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Juan Gomis Coloma
Universidad Católica de Valencia
Eva Romero
Universidad Católica de Valencia
España
Vol. 43 Núm. 1 (2021), Varia, Páginas 293-322
DOI: https://doi.org/10.14201/shhmo2021431293322
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Este artículo analiza el fenómeno del asociacionismo de los ciegos en la España Moderna, que se materializó en la fundación de hermandades en un buen número de ciudades entre los siglos XIV y XVI. Además de ofrecer, por primera vez, un panorama general de la red de cofradías que florecieron en territorio hispánico, se analizan sus primeros siglos de andadura, en los que las finalidades caritativas y asistenciales que persiguieron en sus orígenes fueron pronto sustituidas por otras de tipo profesional, cuando estas corporaciones consiguieron obtener del poder civil el monopolio sobre el rezo ambulante de oraciones. Se estudia el proceso de concesión de este privilegio, la regulación profesional a la que los ciegos sometieron el rezo y las razones que pudieron impulsar al poder a favorecer de este modo a los ciegos.

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