9 edition of A cultural history of Latin America found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Leslie Bethell.|
|LC Classifications||F1413 .C78 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 538 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||538|
|ISBN 10||0521623278, 0521626269|
|LC Control Number||98020589|
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A Cultural History of Latin America brings together chapters from Volumes III, IV, and X of The Cambridge History of Latin America. The essays place Latin American literature, music and visual arts in historical context, from the early nineteenth century through the late twentieth century.5/5(3).
Nineteenth-Century Spanish America: A Cultural History provides a panoramic and accessible introduction to the era in which Latin America took its first steps into the Modern Age.
Including colorful characters like circus clowns, prostitutes, bullfighters, street puppeteers, and bestselling authors, this book maps vivid and often surprising combinations of the new and the old, the high and the Cited by: 2.
The Cambridge History of Latin America is the first authoritative large-scale history of the whole of Latin America - Mexico and Central America, the Spanish-speaking Caribbean (and Haiti), Spanish South America and Brazil, from the first contacts between the native peoples of the Americas and Europeans in the late-fifteenth and early-sixteenth centuries to the present day.
This book has two goals: to define and explain the basics of cultural theory, or postmodernism, and to demonstrate its usefulness in interpreting nineteenth- and twentieth-century Latin book grows out of an undergraduate seminar we teach at Furman University, a. The Cambridge History of Latin America is a large scale, collaborative, multi-volume history of Latin America during the five centuries from the first contacts between Europeans and the native peoples of the Americas in the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries to the present.
A Cultural History of Latin America brings together chapters from Volumes III, IV, and X of The Cambridge.