Orphanages without orphans? Reflections of moral anthropology on orphanages for Indian children
In the first decades of the twentieth century, a group of Spanish Capuchin missionaries built a series of educational institutions in northern Colombia that they called “orphanages” (although most of the children educated there were not orphans) and that represented the implementation of a new “conv...
Brill Academic Publishers
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