Emeritus Professor David Cahill

Professor of History
BA Hons Macquarie, MA PhD Liverpool
School of Humanities & Languages

Contact

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Publications

    Books

    • Cahill DP; Fisher J, (eds.), 2008, De la Etnohistoria hacia la Historia en los Andes, 1, Abya-Yala, Quito
    • Cahill DP, 2005, El Rostro Del Inca Perdido: La Virgen De Loreto, Tocay Capac Y Los AyarMacas En El Cuzco Colonial, Original, IEP Ediciones, Lima
    • Cahill DP; Tovias De Plaisted BI, (eds.), 2003, Elites indigenas en los Andes: Nobles, Caciques y Cabildantes bajo el Yugo Colonial, 1st, Abya Yala, Quita, Ecuador
    • Cahill DP, 2002, From rebellion to independence in the Andes: soundings from southern Peru, 1750-1830, 1st, CEDLA & Aksant, Amsterdam
    • Bradley PT;Cahill DP, 2000, Habsburg Peru - Images, Imagination and Memory, Original, Liverpool University Press, Liverpool, United Kingdom

    Book Chapters

    • Cahill DP, 2011, 'Ethnogenesis in the City: A Native Andean Etnia in a Colonial City', in Murillo DV; Lentz M; Ochoa MR (ed.), City Indians in Spain’s American Empire: Urban Indigenous Society in Colonial Mesoamerica and Andean South America, 1530–1810, edn. 1st, Sussex Academic Press, Eastbourne, pp. 32 - 47, http://www.sussex-academic.com/sa/titles/SS_First_Nations/VelascoMurillo.htm
    • Cahill DP, 2011, 'The Crisis of Ecclesiastical Privilege in Spain and Spanish America: The Question of Insurgent Clergy, 1780-1820', in Carey HM; Gascoigne J (ed.), Church and State in Old and New Worlds, edn. 1st, E. J. Brill, Leiden, pp. 131 - 154, http://catalogue.nla.gov.au/Record/5548462
    • Cahill DP, 2009, 'Advanced Andeans and Backward Europeans: Structure and Agency in the Collapse of the Inca Empire', in McAnany P; Yoffee N (ed.), Questioning Collapse: Human Resilience, Ecological Vulnerability, and the Aftermath of Empire, edn. first, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 215 - 246
    • Cahill DP, 2008, 'Spanish Colonialism 1401-1600', in Historical Atlas: A comprehensive History ow the World, edn. 1, Millenium House, Sydney, pp. 210 - 211
    • Cahill DP, 2008, 'Genocide from Below: the Great Rebellion of 1970-82 in the southern Andes', in Moses D (ed.), Empire, Colony, Genocide: Conquest and Subaltern Resistance in World History, edn. Original, New York, Berghahn Books, pp. 403 - 423
    • Cahill DP, 2008, 'Independence Movements in the New World', in The Atlantic World, 1450-2000, edn. 1, Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, USA, pp. 177 - 210
    • Cahill DP, 2008, 'Una nobleza liminal: los incas en el medio campo del Perúcolonial', in Cahill D; Fisher J (ed.), De la Etnohistoria hacia la Historia en los Andes, edn. 1, Abya-Yala, Quito, pp. 129 - 162
    • Cahill DP;Fisher J, 2008, 'Introduccion: de la Etnohistoria hacia la Historia en los Andes', in Cahill D; Fisher J (ed.), De la Etnohistoria hacia la Historia en los Andes, edn. 1, Abya-Yala, Quito, pp. 1 - 12
    • Cahill DP, 2007, 'Refashioning the Inca: Costume, Political Power and Identity in Late Bourbon Peru', in Roces M; Edwards L (ed.), The Politics of Dress in Asia and the Americas, edn. 1, Sussex Academic Press, Brighton, pp. 182 - 199
    • Cahill DP, 2006, 'Estimating Elites: the Inca nobility of Peru under colonial rule', in Grimshaw P; McGregor R (ed.), Collisions of cultures and identities: settlers and indigenous peoples, edn. 1, University of Melbourne RMIT Press, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 64 - 72
    • Cahill DP;Tovias De Plaisted BI, 2006, 'Introduction: First Nations between Conquest and Independence', in Cahill D; Tovias B (ed.), New World, First Nations: native peoples of Mesoamerica and the Andes under colonial rule, edn. 1, Sussex Academic Press, Brighton UK, pp. 1 - 12
    • Cahill DP, 2006, 'A liminal Nobility: The Incas in the Middle Ground of Late Colonial Peru', in Cahill D; Tovias B (ed.), New World, First Nations: native peoples of Mesoamerica and the Andes under colonial rule, edn. 1, Sussex Academic Press, Brighton UK, pp. 169 - 195
    • Cahill DP, 2005, 'Latin America', in Poddar P; Johnson D (ed.), A Historical Companion to Postcolonial Literatures in English, edn. 1, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, pp. 291 - 297
    • Cahill DP, 2003, 'Una nobleza asediada: los nobles Incas del Cuzco en el Ocaso Colonial', in Cahill D; Tovias B (ed.), Elites indigenas en los Andes: Nobles, Caciques y Cabildantes bajo el Yugo Colonial, edn. 1st, Abya Yala, Quita, Ecuador, pp. 81 - 109
    • Cahill DP, 1998, 'El movimiento inca nacional` del virreinato peruano en el siglo XVIII: Una indagación de los fundamentos del concepto', in Actas del XI Congreso Internacional de AHILA, edn. Original, AHILA, Liverpool, pp. 54 - 72
    • Cahill DP, 1998, 'Violencia, represión y rebelión en el Sur Andino: La sublevación de Túpac Amaru y sus consecuencias', in La violencia en America Latina, siglos XVIII-XIX, edn. Original, AHILA: Cuadernos de Historia, Editorial Algazara, Málaga, pp. 39 - 61
    • Cahill DP, 1998, 'Taxonomy of a Colonial `Riot`: The Arequipa Disturbances of 1780', in Colonial Spanish America. A Documentary History, edn. Original, Scholarly Resources, Wilmington,DE, pp. 298 - 315
    • Cahill DP, 1998, 'After the Fall: Constructing Incan Identity in Late Colonial Cuzo', in Constructing Collective Identities and Shaping Public Spheres: Latin American Paths, edn. Original, Sussex Academic Press, London, pp. 65 - 99
    • Cahill DP, 1997, 'Violence, Resistance and survival in the Americas', in Journal of Latin American Studies, edn. Original, Cambridge Univ Press, New York, NY, USA, pp. 224 - 226
    • Cahill DP, 1997, 'Power and Violence in the Colonial City : Oruro from the mining renaissance to the rebellion of Tupac Amaru (1740-1742)', in AHLIA: Historia Latinoamerican en Europa, edn. Original, Presso Valetto, Turin, pp. 47 - 49
    • Cahill DP, 1997, 'The countryside in Colonial Latin America', in Bulletin of Latin American Research, edn. Original, pp. 417 - 418
    • Cahill DP, 1997, 'Y se armo el tole tole: Tributo indigena y movimientos sociales en el virreintato del Peru', in Journal of Latin American Studies, edn. Original, Cambridge Univ Press, New York, NY, USA, pp. 773 - 775
    • Cahill DP, 1997, 'Bibliotecas privadas en el mundo colonial: La difusion de libros e ideas en el Virreinata del Peru', in Journal of Latin American Studies, edn. Original, Cambridge Univ Press, New York, NY, USA, pp. 183 - 184

    Journal articles

    • Cahill DP, 2011, '“Commentary” to “Dynamics of Indigenous Demographic Fluctuations: Lessons from Sixteenth-Century Cusco, Peru', current anthropology, vol. 52, pp. 348 - 349, http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/659340
    • Cahill DP, 2011, 'New Viceroyalty, New Nation, New Empire: A Transnational Plan for Peruvian Independence', HAHR - Hispanic American Historical Review, vol. 91, http://hahr.dukejournals.org/content/91/2/203.full.pdf
    • Cahill DP, 2008, 'Native insurgencies and the genocidal impulse in the Americas', Americas, vol. 65, pp. 269 - 271
    • Cahill DP, 2008, 'Shadows of empire: The Indian nobility of Cusco, 1750-1825', American Historical Review, vol. 113, pp. 545 - 546
    • Cahill DP, 2007, 'Intersections: Economy, Political Culture and Gendered Lives in the Andes', Ethnohistory, vol. 54, pp. 345 - 353
    • Cahill DP, 2004, 'Primus Inter Pares: La búsqueda del Marquesado de Oropesa camino a la Gran Rebelión (1741-1780)', Revista Andina, vol. 37, pp. 9 - 35
    • Cahill DP, 2004, '“El clero en la revolución de 1814: Dimensión fiscal de la insurgencia”', Revista del Archivo Regional del Cusco, vol. 16, pp. 111 - 128
    • Cahill DP, 2004, 'Looking for an Inca: The Marquesado de Oropesa Litigation (1741-1780) and the Roots of Rebellion', Jahrbüch für Geschichte Lateinamerikas,, vol. 41, pp. 137 - 166
    • Cahill DP, 2003, 'Primus inter pares. La busqueda del Marquesado de Oropesa camino a la Gran Rebelion (1741-1780', Revista Andina, vol. 37, pp. 9 - 35
    • Cahill DP, 2003, 'Nobleza, identidad y rebelion: los incas nobles del Cuzco frent a tupac Amaru (1778-1782)', Historica, vol. 27, pp. 9 - 49
    • Cahill DP, 2002, 'The Virgin and the Inca: an Incaic procession in the city of Cuzco in 1692', Ethnohistory, vol. 49, pp. 611 - 649
    • Cahill DP, 2000, 'Sponsoring Popular Culture: the Jesuits, the Incas and the Making of the Pax Colonial', Journal of Iberian and Latin American Studies, pp. 65 - 88
    • Cahill DP, 1998, 'Review of T. Hampe Martínez `Bibliotecas privadas en el mundo colonial: La difusión de libros e ideas en el virreinato del Perú (siglos XVI-XVII)', Journal of Latin American Studies, pp. 183 - 184
    • Cahill DP, 1996, 'Inka retainer groups and destructuration:the Yanaconas of Cuzco`s cathedral quarter under colonial rule', Tawantinsuyu: International Journal of Inka Studies/Revista Internacional de Estudios Inkaicos, vol. 1, pp. 97 - 103
    • Cahill DP, 1996, 'Financing health care in the Viceroyalty of Peru:the hospitals of Lima in the late colonial period', Americas, pp. 123 - 154
    • Cahill DP, 1996, 'Popular religion and appropriation:the example of Corpus Cristi in eighteenth century Cuzco', Latin American Research Review, pp. 67 - 110

    Conference Proceedings (Editor of)

    • Cahill DP, (ed.), 1997, 'Actas del XI Congreso Internacional de AHILA', AHILA, Liverpool, presented at Actas del XI Congreso Internacional de AHILA, Liverpool, 17 - 22 September 1996

Teaching and Supervision

In Semester 1 of 2009 I am coordinating and teaching HMS3002, Making Histories and Historians
In Semester 2 of 2009 I am coordinating and teaching: HMS3002, Making Histories and Historians; ARTS1150 Introduction to Americas Studies; HIST3117 Colonising the Americas: The Spanish and Portuguese Empires

Consultation Times
David is available for consultation on Thursdays 11-12pm or by prior appointment

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Other information

President, Australasian Iberian and Latin American Studies Association (AILASA), 2008-2010.
Mendel Research Fellow, Lilly Library, University of Indiana, 2010-11
Visiting Professor (Professeur Invit et Matre de Confrences), cole des Hautes tudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris, 2007.
Prize: Awarded the Conference Prize of the Conference on Latin American History (CLAH) for 2003.
Travelling Research Fellow, Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, London, 1996.
Honorary Research Fellow, Institute of Latin American Studies, University of Liverpool, 1996-2007.
General Editor of the Series, First Nations and the Colonial Encounter, for Sussex Academic Press.
Member (2001-2007) of both editorial board and editorial committee of Journal of Religious History
co-Managing Editor,Journal of Iberian and Latin American Research, from 2012.
Member (1996-2011) of the editorial board and editorial committee of the Journal of Iberian and Latin American Research
Member (1995-2000) of editorial board of Tawantinsuyu: International Journal of Inka Studies/Revista Internacional de Estudios Inkaicos
Academic Consultant (“Wissenschaftliche Berater”), 1990-91, Organizing Committee (“Fachbeirat”) of the Berlin Exhibition, Im Zeichen des Kreuzes 1492-1992. Christen in Lateinamerika zwischen Unterdrckung und Befreiung.
Founder Member of the “Arbeitskreis Auereuropische Geschichte” of the German Historical Association, Historikertag, University of Trier, 1986.
First-ever Associate Member of “Asociacin de Historiadores Latinoamericanistas Europeos” (AHILA), 1992
Elected as delegate of behalf of English-speaking countries/scholars to deliver the formal ‘Vote of Thanks’ to the International Congress of Americanists, Warsaw, 14 July, 2000.
Chair of the James Alexander Robertson Prize Committee, Conference on Latin American History (CLAH), for 2010.
Member of the Tibesar Prize Committee of the Conference on Latin American History (CLAH) for 2006.
Prize: contributor to Dirk Moses (ed.), Empire, Colony, Genocide: Conquest and Subaltern Resistance in World History (Berghahn Books, New York), awarded H-Soz-u-Kult Prize for 2008, First Prize in the Category of Non-European History
Prize: contributor to Technology, Disease and Colonial Conquests, Sixteenth to Eighteenth Centuries: Essays Reappraising the Guns and Germs Theories, ed. George Raudzens (E.J. Brill, Leiden), chosen as "Outstanding Academic Book" Award, Choice for 2001.