Libros de HISTORIA Y CULTURA DE HISPANOAMERICA

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THE HISTORY OF THE FUTURE IN COLONIAL MEXICO

por O'HARA, MATTHEW D.

2019 YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS

THE HISTORY OF THE FUTURE IN COLONIAL MEXICO

Going against the grain of most existing scholarship, Matthew D. OHara explores the archives of colonial Mexico to uncover a history of 'futuremaking.' While historians and historical anthropologists of Latin ...

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THE CODEX MEXICANUS : A GUIDE TO LIFE IN LATE SIXTEENTH-CENTURY NEW SPAIN

por BOORNAZIAN DIEL, LORI

2019 UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS

THE CODEX MEXICANUS : A GUIDE TO LIFE IN LATE SIXTEENTH-CENTURY NEW SPAIN

Some sixty years after the Spanish conquest of Mexico, a group of Nahua intellectuals in Mexico City set about compiling an extensive book of miscellanea, which was recorded in pictorial ...

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BARCOS Y CONSTRUCCIÓN NAVAL ENTRE EL ATLÁNTICO Y EL MEDITERRÁNEO EN LA ÉPOCA DE LOS DESCUBRIMIENTOS  " (SIGLOS XV Y XVI)"

Esta obra analiza las embarcaciones y la construcción naval a comienzos de la modernidad atendiendo a diversos factores que incidieron en el progreso de la navegación en los siglos XV ...

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MENONITAS DE NUEVA DURANGO

por BERGASA, MIGUEL

2018 UNIVERSIDAD DE NAVARRA

MENONITAS DE NUEVA DURANGO

Los menonitas surgen después de la reforma de Lutero, y su historia es la de una larga huida. Desde Holanda, Suiza y Alemania, pasaron a Rusia, y siglos después a ...

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RADICAL WOMEN: LATIN AMERICAN ART, 1960-1985

por FAJARDO-HILL, CECILIA

2018 PRESTEL

RADICAL WOMEN: LATIN AMERICAN ART, 1960-1985

Amidst the tumult and revolution that characterized the latter half of the 20th century in Latin America and the US, women artists were staking their claim in nearly every field. ...

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THE NOISEMAKERS : ESTRIDENTISMO, VANGUARDISM, AND SOCIAL ACTION IN POSTREVOLUTIONARY MEXICO

The Noisemakers examines Estridentismo, one of Mexicos first modernist art and literary movements. Founded by poet Manuel Maples Arce, Estridentismo spurred dynamic collaborations and debates among artists, writers, and intellectuals ...

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ANTIGÜEDAD CLÁSICA Y NACIONES MODERNAS EN EL VIEJO Y EL NUEVO MUNDO

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HISTORIA INTERNACIONAL DE AMÉRICA LATINA (1776-1945)

por TABANERA GARCÍA, NURIA

2018 SINTESIS

HISTORIA INTERNACIONAL DE AMÉRICA LATINA (1776-1945)

Desde la independencia de España y Portugal, los estados en América Latina han constituido un sistema internacional con características propias. Esta obra, dirigida tanto a estudiantes como a investigadores, así ...

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MEXICAN COSTUMBRISMO "RACE, SOCIETY, AND IDENTITY IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY ART"

por MORIUCHI, MEY-YEN

2018 PENN STATE UNIVERSITY PRESS

MEXICAN COSTUMBRISMO "RACE, SOCIETY, AND IDENTITY IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY ART"

The years following Mexican independence in 1821 were critical to the development of social, racial, and national identities. The visual arts played a decisive role in this process of self-definition. ...

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REPUBLICS OF THE NEW WORLD  "THE REVOLUTIONARY POLITICAL EXPERIMENT IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY LATIN AMERICA"

By the 1820s, after three centuries under imperial rule, the former Spanish territories of Latin America had shaken off their colonial bonds and founded independent republics. In committing themselves to ...

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ART MUSEUMS OF LATIN AMERICA "STRUCTURING REPRESENTATION"

Since the late nineteenth century, art museums have played crucial social, political, and economic roles throughout Latin America because of the ways that they structure representation. By means of their ...

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THE MATTER OF PHOTOGRAPHY IN THE AMERICAS

por BRIZUELA, NATALIA

2018 STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

THE MATTER OF PHOTOGRAPHY IN THE AMERICAS

Latin American and Latino artists have used photography to engage with modern media landscapes and critique globalized economies since the 1960s. But rarely are these artists considered leaders in discussions ...

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SENSING DECOLONIAL AESTHETICS IN LATIN AMERICAN ARTS

por RAMOS, JUAN G.

2018 UNIVERSITY PRESS OF FLORIDA

SENSING DECOLONIAL AESTHETICS IN LATIN AMERICAN ARTS

Bringing Latin American popular art out of the margins and into the center of serious scholarship, this book rethinks the cultural canon and recovers previously undervalued cultural forms as art. ...

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THE CUBAN ECONOMY IN A NEW ERA "AN AGENDA FOR CHANGE TOWARD DURABLE DEVELOPMENT"

por DOMÍNGUEZ, JORGE I.

2018 HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS

THE CUBAN ECONOMY IN A NEW ERA "AN AGENDA FOR CHANGE TOWARD DURABLE DEVELOPMENT"

The Cuban Economy in ?a New Era diagnoses the ills that afflict Cubas economy and examines possible economic policy changes in seven areas: macroeconomic policy, central planning, small and medium ...

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CHILDHOOD AND MODERNITY IN COLD WAR MEXICO CITY

por FORD, EILEEN

2018 BLOOMSBURY PUBLISHING

CHILDHOOD AND MODERNITY IN COLD WAR MEXICO CITY

Childhood and Modernity in Cold War Mexico City traces the transformations that occurred between 1934 and 1968 in Mexico through the lens of childhood. Countering the dominance of Western European ...

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DIPLOMATIES CULTURELLES ET FABRIQUE DES IDENTITÉS "ARGENTINE, BRÉSIL, CHILI (1919-1946)"

S'inscrivant dans le champ de l'histoire des relations culturelles internationales, cet ouvrage analyse de manière comparatiste et transnationale l'élaboration d'une diplomatie culturelle par l'Argentine, le Brésil et le Chili dans ...

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SAN ANTONIO 1718 "ART FROM MEXICO"

por OETTINGER, MARION JR.

2018 Trinity University Press

SAN ANTONIO 1718 "ART FROM MEXICO"

Three hundred years ago San Antonio was a outpost of presidios and missions on the edge of northern New Spain, imposing Spanish political and religious principles on this contested, often ...

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VISUALIZING SENSUOUS SUFFERING AND AFFECTIVE PAIN IN EARLY MODERN EUROPE AND THE SPANISH AMERICAS

Visualizing Sensuous Suffering and Affective Pain in Early Modern Europe and the Spanish Americas is a trans-cultural collection of studies on visual treatments of the phenomena of suffering and pain ...

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TRANSATLANTIC ENCOUNTERS "LATIN AMERICAN ARTISTS IN PARIS BETWEEN THE WARS"

Paris was the artistic capital of the world in the 1920s and 30s, providing a home and community for the French and international avant-garde, whose experiments laid the groundwork for ...

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ANDEAN COSMOPOLITANS: SEEKING JUSTICE AND REWARD AT THE SPANISH ROYAL COURT

por DE LA PUENTE LUNA, JOSE CARLOS

2018 UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS

ANDEAN COSMOPOLITANS: SEEKING JUSTICE AND REWARD AT THE SPANISH ROYAL COURT

After the Spanish victories over the Inca claimed Tawantinsuyu for Charles V in the 1530s, native Andeans undertook a series of perilous trips from Peru to the royal court in ...

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RADICAL WOMEN: LATIN AMERICAN ART, 1960-1985

Amidst the tumult and revolution that characterized the latter half of the 20th century in Latin America and the US, women artists were staking their claim in nearly every field. This wideranging volume examines the ...

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WEARING CULTURE "DRESS AND REGALIA IN EARLY MESOAMERICA AND CENTRAL AMERICA"

Wearing Culture connects scholars of divergent geographical areas and academic fields-from archaeologists and anthropologists to art historians-to show the significance of articles of regalia and of dressing and ornamenting people and objects among the Formative ...

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SPANISH WOMEN TRAVELERS AT HOME AND ABROAD, 1850-1920 "FROM TIERRA DEL FUEGO TO THE LAND OF THE MIDNIGHT SUN"

Between 1850 and 1920 female travel and travel writing underwent an explosion. It was an exciting period in the history of travel, a golden age. Transportation had improved but mass tourism had not yet robbed ...

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MYTHICAL INDIES & COLUMBUS'S APOCALYPTIC LETTER "IMAGINING THE AMERICAS IN THE LATE MIDDLE AGES"

With his "Letter of 1493" to the court of Spain, Christopher Columbus heralded his first voyage to the present-day Americas, creating visions that seduced the European imagination and birthing a fascination with those "new" lands ...

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THE ART OF PROFESSING IN BOURBON MEXICO "CROWNED-NUN PORTRAITS AND REFORM IN THE CONVENT"

In the eighteenth century, New Spaniards (colonial Mexicans) so lauded their nuns that they developed a local tradition of visually opulent portraits, called monjas coronadas or "crowned nuns," that picture their subjects in regal trappings ...

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FRANCISCAN SPIRITUALITY AND MISSION IN NEW SPAIN, 1524-1599 "CONFLICT BENEATH THE SYCAMORE TREE (LUKE 19:1-10)"

Franciscans in sixteenth-century New Spain were deeply ambivalent about their mission work. Fray Juan de Zumárraga, the first archbishop of Mexico, begged the king to find someone else to do his job so that he ...

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IMPERIAL EMOTIONS "CULTURAL RESPONSES TO MYTHS OF EMPIRE IN FIN-DE-SIÈCLE SPAIN"

This book reconsiders debates about historical memory from the perspective of the theory of emotions. Its main claim is that the demise of the Spanish empire in 1898 spurred a number of contradictory emotional responses, ...

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CONFLICT IN THE EARLY AMERICAS "AN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE SPANISH EMPIRE'S AZTEC, INCAN, AND MAYAN"

As the study of world history evolves from a Eurocentric perspective to a more global viewpoint, formerly marginalized groups are now the focus of discussion, revealing a background rich with important military, political, social, and ...

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AMAZONS, WIVES, NUNS, AND WITCHES "WOMEN AND THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN COLONIAL BRAZIL, 1500-1822"

The Roman Catholic Church played a dominant role in colonial Brazil, so that women's lives in the colony were shaped and constrained by the Church's ideals for pure women, as well as by parallel concepts ...

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PRIVATEERING, PIRACY AND BRITISH POLICY IN SPANISH AMERICA, 1810-1830

Private maritime predation was integral to the Spanish American Wars of Independence. When colonists rebelled against Spanish rule in 1810 they deployed privateers - los corsarios insurgentes - to prosecute their revolutionary struggle at sea. ...

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VISUALIZING GUADALUPE "FROM BLACK MADONNA TO QUEEN OF THE AMERICAS"

The Virgin of Guadalupe is famously migratory, traversing continents and crossing and recrossing oceans. Guadalupe's earliest cult originated in medieval Iberia, where Our Lady of Guadalupe from Extremadura, Spain, played a significant role in the ...

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ANCIENT ORIGINS OF THE MEXICAN PLAZA "FROM PRIMORDIAL SEA TO PUBLIC SPACE"

The plaza has been a defining feature of Mexican urban architecture and culture for at least 4,000 years. Ancient Mesoamericans conducted most of their communal life in outdoor public spaces, and today the plaza is ...

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EARLY VISIONS AND REPRESENTATIONS OF AMERICA "ALVAR NUNEZ CABEZA DE VACA'S NAUFRAGIOS AND WILLIAM BRADFORD'S ."

When the Europeans first arrived in America, they had a number of preconceptions, prejudices, expectations and hopes about what life in the New World would be like. This book examines the different visions and representations ...

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