Institute of Latin American Studies

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Edited by Maria D'Alva G. Kinzo
November 1, 1997
Edited by Peter Lloyd-Sherlock
December 1, 2000
Edited by Eduardo Posada-Carbo, and Anthony McFarlane
January 1, 1999
The essays in this volume re-examine, from a number of different angles the process of Independence in Spanish America. The focus is to a large extent on the consequences of the wars of Independence for the newly established republics. However the first section deals with a critical review of the historiography the ‘revolutionary’ nature of Independence and the comparative elements of Independence in the Americas. The remainder of the book examines the development of the wars and the impact that Independence had on political instability culture citizenship and the formation of new nations. In addition to general chapters there are individual chapters devoted to New Granada Venezuela Mexico Chile and Argentina.
Edited by Clodagh Harrington
October 23, 2014
Edited by Merilee S. Grindle and Pilar Domingo
October 3, 2003
The fiftieth anniversary of the 1952 Revolution in Bolivia offered an opportunity to explore contrasting visions about change in this often overlooked country from a comparative perspective. Blending the approaches of history and the social sciences, the chapters in this volume examine both implicitly and explicitly the extent to which the process opened by the uprising of April 1952 is comparable to the great radical transformations that occurred elsewhere during the twentieth century. The question of historical memory, the origins of the revolution in the political economy and culture of the towns, mines and countryside, and the extent to which the political process after 1952 shaped new interpretations of the country's place in the...
Edited by John Crabtree
June 5, 2006
Edited by Antoni Kapcia and Linda A. Newson
January 30, 2015
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James Dunkerley and University of London
December 1, 1982