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Jorge Gamboa Mendoza

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Jorge Gamboa Mendoza
Born (1970-01-27) January 27, 1970 (age 49)
ResidenceBogotá
NationalityColombian
Alma materUniversidad Nacional de Colombia
Known forAnthropology, Colombian history
Scientific career
FieldsHistory, anthropology
InstitutionsInstituto Colombiano de Antropología e Historia (ICANH)
ThesisEl Significado de la dote dentro de las prácticas matrimoniales de la sociedad colonial: El caso de la Provincia de Pamplona de la Nueva Granada a finales del siglo XVI (2002)
The site of El Abra, dated at 12,400 years BP, one of the oldest human evidences in South America
The site of El Abra, dated at 12,400 years BP, one of the oldest human evidences in South America

Jorge Augusto Gamboa Mendoza (born 27 January 1970) is a Colombian anthropologist and historian.[1] He has been contributing on the knowledge of colonial and pre-colonial Colombia, especially the Muisca.[2] Jorge Gamboa speaks Spanish and French.[1]

Biography

Jorge Gamboa Mendoza was born in Pamplona in the northern department of Norte de Santander. He studied anthropology as an undergraduate at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia in Bogotá from 1988 to 1993 and history from 1993 to 2002 at the same university, graduating with a thesis called El Significado de la dote dentro de las prácticas matrimoniales de la sociedad colonial: El caso de la Provincia de Pamplona de la Nueva Granada a finales del siglo XVI ("The significance of the dowry within the matrimonal practices of the colonial society: The case of the Pamplona Province of the New Kingdom of Granada at the end of the 16th century").[1]

Since 2001 Jorge Gamboa Mendoza is a researcher at the Instituto Colombiano de Antropología e Historia (ICANH) in Bogotá.[1]

Works

This list is a selection.[1][2]

Books

  • 2010 - Fray Bernardo de Lugo. Gramática en la lengua general del Nuevo Reino, llamada Mosca [1619]
  • 2010 - El cacicazgo muisca en los años posteriores a la Conquista : del sihipkua al cacique colonial, 1537-1575
  • 2010 - La dote matrimonial a finales del siglo XVI : el caso de laprovincia de Pamplonaen el Nuevo Reino de Granada, 1574-1630
  • 2003 - El precio de un marido. El significado de la dote matrimonial en el Nuevo Reino de Granada. Pamplona (1570-1650)
  • 2002 - Encomienda, identidad y poder. Los encomenderos y conquistadores del Nuevo Reino de Granada vistos a través de las probanzas de méritos y servicios (1550-1650)

Articles

  • 2006 - Caciques, encomenderos y santuarios en el Nuevo Reino de Granada: reflexiones metodológicas sobre la ficción en los archivos: el caso del cacique de Tota, 1574-1575
  • 2004 - La encomienda y las sociedades indígenas del Nuevo Reino de Granada: el caso de la provincia de Pamplona (1549-1650)
  • 1998 - El régimen de la encomienda en una zona minera de la Nueva Granada, 1549 - 1620
  • 1997 - La dote matrimonial a finales del siglo XVI. El caso de la Provincia de Pamplona en el Nuevo Reino de Granada, 1574-1630
  • 1993 - Cabildo y Elites Locales en la Sociedad Colonial: Encomenderos, mineros y comerciantes en la Provincia de Pamplona (1600-1660)

See also

Notable works by Gamboa Mendoza

References

External links

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