HISTORIA DE LA TIPOGRAFÍA COLONIAL PARA LENGUAS INDÍGENAS.
Garone Gravier, Marina.
México, D.F: Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social, Universidad Veracruzana, 2014. First edition 374p., photos, illus., facsimiles, graphics, bibl., wrps. New Paperback 9786074862911 Analysis of typography in indigenous languages, specifically focusing on the development of new sounds represented by designs, the transition from oral language to an alphabet, and the legal and administrative aspects of the work that circulated throughout the colonies. Author Marina Garone Gravier also examines the role these texts had in Europe's ideological, religious and commercial expansion in the 16th century; the evolution of graphic design; and the history of printing in colonial America. (Item ID: 173836)