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by Robert L. Kapitzke

Category: Americas
Subcategory: History books
Author: Robert L. Kapitzke
ISBN: 081302076X
ISBN13: 978-0813020761
Language: English
Publisher: University Press of Florida; 1st edition (May 12, 2001)
Pages: 240
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Start by marking Religion, Power, and Politics in Colonial St. Augustine as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. This book offers a lively analysis of the religious world of colonial St. Augustine, Florida, focusing on the daily rituals that defined a Catholic life, as well as on the conflicts between religious and political leaders that defined and shaped the city’s social milieu.

Colonial St. Augustine as Religious Microcosm Citation: Chris Beats. Augustine as Religious Microcosm. The study of Spanish Colonial Florida has often meant the study of the Spanish Catholic Mission system. The difference, over the years, between styles of historical inquiry into this topic has generally been one of degrees. Citation: Chris Beats.

In the first of those four chapters the author discusses the politics of religion, maintaining that "the institution of religion.

Gainesville: University Press of Florida. In the first of those four chapters the author discusses the politics of religion, maintaining that "the institution of religion. also functioned as a separate branch of the royal government" in a system in which "the lines of jurisdiction were left intentionally ambiguous to produce" informal checks and balances to limit colonial officials' personal power base

Religion, Power, and Politics in Colonial St. Augustine. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2001.

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Easily the most exceptional book on religion, power, and politics in Colonial St. Augustine from the Florida Museum of.Though it is filled with facts and dates, it is also full of stories that make colonial St. Augustine come alive

Easily the most exceptional book on religion, power, and politics in Colonial St. Augustine from the Florida Museum of Natural History. I found it gripping from front page to last. The way St. Augustine came alive, it was like i was really there. Augustine come alive. It was also helpful that each chapter is a little story of it's own which relates to the whole book, but can be read separately. Best of all, the Spanish Inquisition makes an appearance, and nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition.

Writing Culture: The Poetics and Politics of Ethnography.

Series: Ripley P. Bullen Monographs in Anthropology and History ; No. 7 (Book 7). Hardcover: 468 pages. Writing Culture: The Poetics and Politics of Ethnography. The Native American World Beyond Apalachee: West Florida and the Chattahoochee Valley (Florida Museum of Natural History: Ripley P. Bullen Series).

Ripley Pierce Bullen (1902–1976) was Curator Emeritus at the Florida Museum of Natural History at the University of Florida, where he was the Department Chair of Social Sciences for a period of seventeen years (1956–1973)

Ripley Pierce Bullen (1902–1976) was Curator Emeritus at the Florida Museum of Natural History at the University of Florida, where he was the Department Chair of Social Sciences for a period of seventeen years (1956–1973). He was an archaeologist primarily associated with the Southeastern United States and Florida, and in his later years he was known as the "dean of Floridian archaeology".

This book offers a lively analysis of the religious world of colonial St. Augustine, Florida, focusing on the daily rituals that defined a Catholic life, as well as on the conflicts between religious and political leaders that defined and shaped the city's social milieu. From 1680 to 1763 the small outpost on the edge of the Spanish frontier underwent dramatic changes

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In 'The Revolt of the Masses' Ortega y Gasset set two conceptions of political powers, represented by Cesar and Cicero, against each other. In this article I try to show how both are complementary, as it happened along the history. David Stephenson, Political Power in Medieval Gwynedd: Governance and the Welsh Princes

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"This outstanding study of religious life in Spanish St. Augustine during the years 1670-1763 will surprise many. Employing original records from Spanish archives, the author shows that the principal authorities of church and state were almost constantly engaged in contentious struggles. And at fault was the very structure of Spanish colonial life. This illuminating and most readable book belongs on every Florida history shelf."-- Michael Gannon, Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus of History, University of Florida

This book offers a lively analysis of the religious world of colonial St. Augustine, Florida, focusing on the daily rituals that defined a Catholic life, as well as on the conflicts between religious and political leaders that defined and shaped the city’s social milieu.

Working with documents in both Florida and Spain that correct, amplify, and qualify previous work in the field, Robert Kapitzke describes the turbulent interactions between representatives of the church and the crown. He examines inquisition cases, ecclesiastical asylum disputes, and jurisdictional battles between parish priests and their Franciscan counterparts that regularly threatened the ordered world of the colony. He also shows that, at the same time, the colonists’ deeply rooted religious faith brought stability to their community, which faced destruction throughout its colonial history.This work fills an important gap in Spanish American history by presenting, in vivid detail, the dynamic religious life of the principal settlement and capital of colonial Florida.Robert L. Kapitzke, an independent scholar and former teacher at the University of Sevilla in Spain, is the author of numerous articles on colonial St. Augustine, including one published in the Florida Historical Quarterly that received the 1994 Society of Colonial Wars Annual Publication Award.

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Kefrannan
This is an important book for any re-enactor or tour guide who speaks about St. Augustine for a living. This book should be required reading for any tour guide.
Grinin
This was a very enjoyable history book, and certainly one of the best books I have every read on Florida history. Though it is filled with facts and dates, it is also full of stories that make colonial St. Augustine come alive. It was also helpful that each chapter is a little story of it's own which relates to the whole book, but can be read separately. Best of all, the Spanish Inquisition makes an appearance, and nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition.
Cordanara
A BRILLIANT READ!!!! Easily the most exceptional book on religion, power, and politics in Colonial St. Augustine from the Florida Museum of Natural History. I found it gripping from front page to last. The way St. Augustine came alive, it was like i was really there. This is a must buy for anyone who finds American history thrilling. Genius! Robert L. Kapitzke is one of the most well versed authors of our time.
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