Bartolomé De Las Casas’ Brevísima Relación: Protestant English Superiority And Catholic Spanish Wickedness
West Point Press
Sarah Fontin, in her second year at McGill University in Montréal, Canada, is double majoring in History and Religious Studies. This paper was written in response to a seminar on Natural and Cultural Encounters in the Early Modern Atlantic World. She became interested in how colonial interests took shape in Europe and decided to explore the use of propaganda by one power in order to elevate their own position and demean their opponents.
Fontin, Sarah. “Bartolomé De Las Casas’ Brevísima Relación: Protestant English Superiority And Catholic Spanish Wickedness.” Report: West Point Undergraduate Historical Review 4, Vol. 2 (2014): 70-82