Historical sources & Cultural comment

Culture & Folklore

  • http://noblebandits.asu.edu/Intro.html – Noble Bandits in the Context of the Humanities and Media Studies (Gary D Keller): “In 1959 Eric Hobsbawm published an essay, “The Social Bandit,” in his book Primitive Rebels: Studies in Archaic Forms of Social Movement in the 19th and 20th Centuries. In it he explored “the curious fact that exactly the same stories and myths were told about certain types of bandùits as bringers of justice and social redistributors all over Europe; indeed, as became increasingly clear, all over the globe” (Bandits, ix). Ten years later, on the basis of further studies (particularly in Latin America), Hobsbawm expanded the 1959 essay into a book, Bandits (1969), that has been revised several times and translated into various languages.”
  • http://noblebandits.asu.edu – Bold Caballeros and Noble Bandidas (Arizona State University)
  • http://entertainment.time.com/2011/08/30/all-time-100-best-nonfiction-books/slide/the-hero-with-a-thousand-faces-by-joseph-campbell/ – The Hero with a Thousand Faces & Joseph Campbell (Time Magazine)

Historical Inquiry

Lamport’s original writings & materials

Bibliography

  • Luis González Obregón, D. Guillén de Lampart. La inquisición y la independencia en el siglo XVII. París, Librería de la Viuda de Ch. Bouret, 1908.

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