The Latin American city is the realization of a European model of thought and customary practices that was used as an instrument of order during the process of colonization of the lands discovered in the New World. The article presents a cartography of the Latin American city, considering three aspects: a) the foundation of cities, b) the city during the Colonial period, and c) the critique of the representations that support city institutions. The objective is to show the genesis of the urban model and its implementation, as well as the birth of a new representation that questions the means through which it was realized.
|Título traducido de la contribución||Cartography of the Latin American City: Foundation of the colonial order|
|Número de páginas||30|
|Publicación||Ideas y Valores|
|Estado||Publicada - 2015|
|Publicado de forma externa||Sí|
- Colonial period
- F. G. P. de Ayala