México en dos tiempos: 1521-1821
Mazatlan: Editores Indices Fons, 2021. First Edition. Hardcover. 238p., maps, color plates, illus., facsimiles, boards, dust jackets, wrps. New. Item #77661
The collective effort of "México en Dos Tiempos: 1521-1821" contrasts with the respresentation of the old founding myths of the country's history, the apology of the pantheon of heroes and the vilificaiton of villians, as well as the oficial positions and political polemics. Rather, it seeks to join the initiatives of dissemination, dissemination and debate both commemorative events have been promoting various institutions both inside and ourside of country.
The siege and fall of Tenochtitlanen 1521 was the beginning of the colonial period in what was called New Spain. Three hundred years later, 1821, the Spanish crown recognizes its weakening in its great American colony and the paths of a nation called Mexico are opened.