“Los mensajeros de Job": otra cara de la Revolución en Yucatán
Mérida: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, INSTITUTO MORA, (Serie Ensayos; 28), 2020. First Edition. Paperback. 290p., photos, indices, wrps. New. Item #76914
Through the letters that the first archbishop of Yucatán, Martín Tritschler y Córdova sent to his collaborators during his exile in Cuba, the historian Marisa Pérez de Sarmiento reconstructs in this book the history of "the losers" of the Revolution in the state.
"Los Mensajeros de Job” brings together the missives of Bishop Martín Tritschler The history of the Mexican Revolution in the State is usually known from the perspective of the characters who left their mark on these lands and are associated with General Salvador Alvarado. However “The messengers of Job. Another face of the Revolution in Yucatán”, a new book by historian Marisa Pérez de Sarmiento, which will be presented virtually today, Thursday, exposes that period through the correspondence that Bishop Martín Tritschler y Córdova maintained from his exile in Cuba with the Yucatecan clergy between 1914 and 1919. The work is the result of months of study of documents from the Episcopal Archive of the Archdiocese, kept in the Sacred Art Museum of Conkal.