The Resource Keen's Latin American Civilization : primary source reader, edited by Robert M. Buffington, University of Colorado Boulder, Lila Caimari, Conceit/Universidad de San Andrés, Buenos Aires

Keen's Latin American Civilization : primary source reader, edited by Robert M. Buffington, University of Colorado Boulder, Lila Caimari, Conceit/Universidad de San Andrés, Buenos Aires

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Keen's Latin American Civilization : primary source reader
Title
Keen's Latin American Civilization
Title remainder
primary source reader
Statement of responsibility
edited by Robert M. Buffington, University of Colorado Boulder, Lila Caimari, Conceit/Universidad de San Andrés, Buenos Aires
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Language
eng
Summary
  • "Volume Two: The tenth edition of Keen's Latin American Civilization inaugurates a new era in the history of this classic anthology by dividing it into two volumes. This second volume retains most of the modern period sources from the ninth edition but with some significant additions including a new set of images and a wide range of new sources that reflect the latest events and trends in contemporary Latin America. The 75 excerpts in volume two provide foundational and often riveting first-hand accounts of life in modern Latin America. Concise introductions for chapters and excerpts provide essential context for understanding the primary sources." -- back cover
  • "Volume One: The tenth edition of Keen's Latin American Civilization inaugurates a new era in the history of this classic anthology by dividing it into two volumes. This first volume retains most of the colonial period sources from the ninth edition but with some significant additions including two new sets of images (representations of Brazilian cannibals and "casta paintings" of mixed race families), an alternative conquest narrative, two new readings on imperial governance, and three new readings on gender and sexuality, including selections from the autobiography of a Spanish nun who took on a male persona to fight as a soldier in the American colonies. The 88 excerpts in volume one provide foundational and often riveting first-hand accounts of life in colonial Latin America. Concise introductions for chapters and excerpts provide essential context for understanding the primary sources." -- back cover
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Dewey number
980
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
F1408.3
LC item number
.L274 2016
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Keen's Latin American Civilization : primary source reader, edited by Robert M. Buffington, University of Colorado Boulder, Lila Caimari, Conceit/Universidad de San Andrés, Buenos Aires
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Keen's Latin American Civilization : primary source reader, edited by Robert M. Buffington, University of Colorado Boulder, Lila Caimari, Conceit/Universidad de San Andrés, Buenos Aires
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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rdacarrier
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text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Volume 1. The colonial era -- Volume 2. The modern era
  • Mayan Industry, Commerce and Agriculture
  • The More Things Change...
  • Winds of Change
  • Colonial Journalism in Action
  • A Colonial Freethinker
  • A Plan for Democratic Education
  • The Plan of Tupac Amaru
  • A Heroine of the Tupac Amaru Revolt
  • A Charter of Liberty
  • Brazilian Slaves Resist
  • Glossary of Spanish, Portugueses and Indian Terms
  • The Mayan Social Order
  • Index
  • Mayan Religious Life
  • Mayan Origin Myth
  • How the Inca Formed a Nation
  • The Village Basis of Incan Society
  • Two Views of the Inca Empire
  • Hispanic Society on the Eve of the Conquest
  • The Catholic Sovereigns
  • The Spanish Inquistion
  • Volume One: Part One
  • The Spanish Character
  • Columbus Sets the Stage
  • The Portrait of a Conqueror
  • Men's Honor and Women's Shame
  • Devotion to God
  • Part Two
  • Conquest and Colonization
  • Conquest
  • October 12, 1492
  • The Discovery of the Pacific
  • Indian and Hispanic Origins
  • The Meeting of Cortes and Moctezuma
  • Twilight over Tenochtitlan
  • Rendezvous at Cajamarca
  • How the New Laws Were Received in Peru
  • The Man Who Would Be King
  • Advice to a Would-Be COnqueror
  • Lope de Aguirre: Dislillsioned Warrior
  • Journey's End
  • War and Cannibalism Among the Brazalian Indians
  • On Cannibals, Curious Customs, and Conflist
  • Ancient America on the Eve of the Conquest
  • living with the Enemy
  • Colonization
  • The Strange Sermon of Fray Montesinos
  • The Laughter of Dr. Palacios Rubios
  • Bartolome de las Casas: God's Angry Man
  • All Humankind is One
  • The Portuguese Colonizer
  • The Slave Hunters
  • Aimore: Word of Terror
  • Indian Forced Labor in Guatemala
  • Aztec Warfare
  • Debt Peonage in Peru
  • dialogue in Yucatan
  • Guaman Poma Assesses the Conquest
  • Part Three
  • The Colonial Economy
  • The Indian Agricultural Heritage
  • Spain's Contributions to new World Agriculture
  • The Potosi Mine
  • The Colonial Factory
  • On the Sea-Road to the Indies
  • Halls of Moctezuma
  • The Great Fair at Portobello
  • A Foreign View of the Spanish Commerical System
  • The Rise and Fall of Villa Rica
  • Colonial Political and religious Institutions
  • The New laws
  • "These laws Are Obeyed not Enforced"
  • Colonial Pomp and Circumstance
  • " I Have Seen Corruptopn Boil and Bubble"
  • The Corregidor: Enemy of the People
  • City Government in the Spanish Indies
  • Aztec Industry and Commerce
  • The Jesuit Indian Policy
  • The Administration of Colonial Brazil
  • Local Government: The Captiao-Mor
  • Part Four
  • Colonial Society and Culture
  • Colonial Society
  • The Colonial City: Mexico City
  • The Mestizo: Seed of Tomorrow
  • The Indian Town
  • The Structure of Class and Caste
  • The Condition of Aztec Agricultural Workers
  • Racial Anxieties
  • The World of the Sugar Plantation
  • The Free Population
  • The Social Consequences of Slavery
  • Colonial Culture
  • The Colonial University
  • The Tenth Muse
  • On the Foolishness of Men
  • Gender trouble
  • Gaucho Entertainment
  • An Aztec Mother Advises Her Daughter
  • Indians and the Environment
  • Sexual and Racial Politics
  • Part Five
  • Late Colonial Developments
  • The Bourbon Reforms
  • The Bourbon Commerical Reforms
  • The Revival of Mining
  • The New Experimental Sciences and Catholic Education
  • Colonial Industry in Decline
  • Political reform: The Intendant System
  • The Plan of Iguala
  • A Letter to Dom Pedro
  • Memories of Independence: The Sins of the Father
  • Memories of Independence: the Self-Effacing Leader
  • Searching for a New Road
  • The Fatal Legacy
  • In Defense of Spain
  • Bolivar's Ideal Republic
  • The Age of Violence
  • Civilization and Barbarism: Facundo Quiroga
  • Volume Two: Part One
  • Civilization and Barbarism: The Dangerous Classes
  • Mexico City Under Santa Anna
  • Dom Pedro II: A Political Portrait
  • Part Two
  • Constructing the Nation-State
  • Real and Imagined Communities
  • Roads of the Future
  • The Guano Boom
  • Liberal Family Values
  • A Mexican Radical
  • Independence and Its Aftermath
  • Flora Tristan: Pioneer Feminsit and Socialist
  • Black Slavery Under the Empire
  • The Antislavery Impulse
  • On Racial Miscegenation in Brazil
  • Modernity and the Emergence of the Nation-State
  • Political Stability and Economic Development
  • Buenos Aires: First Impressions
  • A Different Model of Economic Development
  • A New Program for Chile
  • On the Power of Science
  • The Struggle for Independence
  • Porfirio diaz Assesses His Legacy
  • A Poplular Perspective on Modernity
  • The Victory of the Abolitionist Cause
  • Carioca Belle Epoque
  • Our America
  • Socialist Perspectives
  • Part Three
  • Consolidating the Nation-State
  • The Rise of Mass Politics and Culture
  • For Land and Liberty
  • The Forging of a Rebel
  • A Revolutionary Constitution
  • The "Indian Problem"
  • What is APRA?
  • Cardenas Speaks
  • Sunday in Mexico City
  • On the Protection of the Brazilian Worker
  • Mulatto Football
  • Peron Appeals to the People
  • Eva Peron: On Women's Right to Vote
  • Letter to President Peron
  • A Question of Leadership
  • Of Man, Woman and Time --
  • Challenges to the Nation-State
  • Globalization and Its Discontents
  • Lula Speaks Out
  • Communique from Subcomandante Marcos
  • The Three Lefts of Latin America
  • The New Populism
  • Challenging the Nation-State
  • Against Pro-Indian "Racism"
  • Man of Destiny
  • drug War in Mexico
  • Sex and revolution
  • Sexual Rights in Brazil
  • The Two Americas
  • The Monroe Doctrine
  • The United States as Model
  • On the Uniqueness of Latin American Spirit
  • The White Man's Burden
  • Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine
  • To Roosevelt
  • The Romance of Independence
  • Mexico's President Looks North
  • National Security
  • Operation Guatelmala
  • Dissent Within the Ranks
  • Covert Operations
  • An International response to a Hemispheric Problem
  • The Devil in the White House
  • Index
  • Liberal Revolution in Mexico
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Edition
Tenth edition.
Extent
2 volumes
Isbn
9780813348896
Isbn Type
(v. 1 : pbk.)
Lccn
2014047541
Media category
unmediated
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Other physical details
illustrations, map
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(OCoLC)900795061

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