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The Resource Exploitation, inequality, and resistance : a history of Latin America since Columbus, Mark A. Burkholder, Monica Rankin, Lyman L. Johnson

Exploitation, inequality, and resistance : a history of Latin America since Columbus, Mark A. Burkholder, Monica Rankin, Lyman L. Johnson

Label
Exploitation, inequality, and resistance : a history of Latin America since Columbus
Title
Exploitation, inequality, and resistance
Title remainder
a history of Latin America since Columbus
Statement of responsibility
Mark A. Burkholder, Monica Rankin, Lyman L. Johnson
Creator
Contributor
Author
Subject
Language
eng
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1943-
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Burkholder, Mark A.
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1972-
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  • Johnson, Lyman L.
  • Rankin, Monica A.
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  • Latin America
  • Latin America
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Exploitation, inequality, and resistance : a history of Latin America since Columbus, Mark A. Burkholder, Monica Rankin, Lyman L. Johnson
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
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Contents
The Eve of Atlantic Empires. Iberia -- Indigenous societies in "the Indies" -- Africa and the early slave trade -- Exploration, Columbus, and Early Settlement. An Age of Exploration -- The Caribbean experiment -- Conquest and Failure on the Mainland. The fall of the Aztec Empire -- The fall of the Inka Empire -- Continued conquest -- Rewards of conquest -- Spectacular failures -- Brazil -- Invaders Alter the Indies. Rethinking the world and identifying unknown peoples -- Demographic disaster -- Environmental change -- The Columbian exchange -- Tools of Empire : Administration. Imperial organizations for the Indies -- The sale of royal appointments in Spanish America -- Municipalities -- Native communities -- Administration in Brazil -- Tools of Empire : The Church. The early church -- The mature church -- The Inquisition -- Language, Education, and Idolatry. Instructing the natives -- Indians in the clergy? -- Formal education -- Campaigns to extirpate "idolatry" -- Economies and Trade. Early tribute -- The evolution of labor systems -- Domestic economies and regional trade -- Mining : gold and silver -- Sugar -- Transoceanic trade -- Societies of Caste and Class. The elites -- The broad base of New World societies -- Family : the foundation of society -- Women in the societies and economies of the Indies -- The culture of honor -- Living in an Empire. Urban and rural environments --- Daily life -- Expanding Empires. The Spanish Empire from the late seventeenth century to the 1750s -- The reforms of Charles III -- Brazil in an Age of Expansion -- Protest, popular insurrections, and conspiracies -- The Age of Independence (I). Collapse -- A political revolution -- Early insurrections in Spanish America -- Rebellion in the Spanish Empire's periphery -- Rebellion in the old viceroyalties -- Portugal and Brazil in an Era of Revolution -- The Age of Independence (II). Spain loses its mainland empire -- Societies at war -- Social change -- Government and political life -- Colonies to Nations. Economic and fiscal consequences of Independence -- Centralism or federalism? -- Caudillos -- Nation-State Formation. Politics and parties -- Mexico and la Reforma -- Colombia and liberal reform -- Liberals and conservatives in Central America -- Venezuela -- Society and culture in the mid-nineteenth century -- Early Foreign Wars and Interventions. Inter-American wars -- Direct intervention and territorial acquisition (1830s-1860s) -- Manifest Destiny -- U.S.-Mexican War -- Filibusters -- Spain and the Dominican Republic -- French intervention -- Social and cultural impact of war -- War, nationalism, and national heroes -- Nationalism and the written word -- Progress and Modernization. Oligarchies -- Argentina's liberal oligarchy -- Mexico -- The Age of Guano in Peru -- Coffee elite in Central America -- Positivism -- Mexico -- Brazil -- Venezuela and the Guzmanato -- Peru -- Social limits of progress -- The Age of Informal Imperialism. New attitudes in the United States -- Expansion of U.S. trade -- Venezuela and the boundary dispute -- Cuba -- Panama -- Intellectual response to Imperialism -- Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine -- Early Populism. Populist responses -- Populism and the labor movement -- Early populism in South America -- Social and cultural dynamics -- Revolutionary populism -- Indigenismo -- Depression and World War. The Great Depression in Latin America -- Latin America and the world -- Changes in populism -- Women's suffrage -- Mass media and a national imaginary -- Onset of Cold War. Leftism in Latin America -- Postwar economic trends -- Consumers and culture at mid-century -- Cold War security and politics -- Cuban Revolution. Interventions and dictatorship -- Revolution -- New government and initial U.S. reaction -- Legacy of the Cuban Revolution -- National Security State and Dirty Wars. National security state defined -- The United States and national security doctrine -- The emergence of national security state trends -- Bureaucratic authoritarianism -- Cultural expression under authoritarianism -- Debt and the Lost Decade. Debt crisis -- Challenges to neoliberalism -- The Cuban exception to neoliberalism -- Cultural production in the lost decade and the special period -- Latin American tourism -- Violence and Security in the Late Twentieth Century. Civil war in Guatemala -- Other violence in Central American -- The United States and the Contras -- Democratization and the end of Cold War -- The illegal drug trade -- Social and cultural impact of violence -- Latin America in the Twenty-First Century. The turn "left" -- Regional integration -- New developments in drug trafficking -- Immigration -- Globalization
Control code
ocn964241504
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxi, 456 pages
Isbn
9780199837618
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
System control number
(OCoLC)964241504
Label
Exploitation, inequality, and resistance : a history of Latin America since Columbus, Mark A. Burkholder, Monica Rankin, Lyman L. Johnson
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
The Eve of Atlantic Empires. Iberia -- Indigenous societies in "the Indies" -- Africa and the early slave trade -- Exploration, Columbus, and Early Settlement. An Age of Exploration -- The Caribbean experiment -- Conquest and Failure on the Mainland. The fall of the Aztec Empire -- The fall of the Inka Empire -- Continued conquest -- Rewards of conquest -- Spectacular failures -- Brazil -- Invaders Alter the Indies. Rethinking the world and identifying unknown peoples -- Demographic disaster -- Environmental change -- The Columbian exchange -- Tools of Empire : Administration. Imperial organizations for the Indies -- The sale of royal appointments in Spanish America -- Municipalities -- Native communities -- Administration in Brazil -- Tools of Empire : The Church. The early church -- The mature church -- The Inquisition -- Language, Education, and Idolatry. Instructing the natives -- Indians in the clergy? -- Formal education -- Campaigns to extirpate "idolatry" -- Economies and Trade. Early tribute -- The evolution of labor systems -- Domestic economies and regional trade -- Mining : gold and silver -- Sugar -- Transoceanic trade -- Societies of Caste and Class. The elites -- The broad base of New World societies -- Family : the foundation of society -- Women in the societies and economies of the Indies -- The culture of honor -- Living in an Empire. Urban and rural environments --- Daily life -- Expanding Empires. The Spanish Empire from the late seventeenth century to the 1750s -- The reforms of Charles III -- Brazil in an Age of Expansion -- Protest, popular insurrections, and conspiracies -- The Age of Independence (I). Collapse -- A political revolution -- Early insurrections in Spanish America -- Rebellion in the Spanish Empire's periphery -- Rebellion in the old viceroyalties -- Portugal and Brazil in an Era of Revolution -- The Age of Independence (II). Spain loses its mainland empire -- Societies at war -- Social change -- Government and political life -- Colonies to Nations. Economic and fiscal consequences of Independence -- Centralism or federalism? -- Caudillos -- Nation-State Formation. Politics and parties -- Mexico and la Reforma -- Colombia and liberal reform -- Liberals and conservatives in Central America -- Venezuela -- Society and culture in the mid-nineteenth century -- Early Foreign Wars and Interventions. Inter-American wars -- Direct intervention and territorial acquisition (1830s-1860s) -- Manifest Destiny -- U.S.-Mexican War -- Filibusters -- Spain and the Dominican Republic -- French intervention -- Social and cultural impact of war -- War, nationalism, and national heroes -- Nationalism and the written word -- Progress and Modernization. Oligarchies -- Argentina's liberal oligarchy -- Mexico -- The Age of Guano in Peru -- Coffee elite in Central America -- Positivism -- Mexico -- Brazil -- Venezuela and the Guzmanato -- Peru -- Social limits of progress -- The Age of Informal Imperialism. New attitudes in the United States -- Expansion of U.S. trade -- Venezuela and the boundary dispute -- Cuba -- Panama -- Intellectual response to Imperialism -- Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine -- Early Populism. Populist responses -- Populism and the labor movement -- Early populism in South America -- Social and cultural dynamics -- Revolutionary populism -- Indigenismo -- Depression and World War. The Great Depression in Latin America -- Latin America and the world -- Changes in populism -- Women's suffrage -- Mass media and a national imaginary -- Onset of Cold War. Leftism in Latin America -- Postwar economic trends -- Consumers and culture at mid-century -- Cold War security and politics -- Cuban Revolution. Interventions and dictatorship -- Revolution -- New government and initial U.S. reaction -- Legacy of the Cuban Revolution -- National Security State and Dirty Wars. National security state defined -- The United States and national security doctrine -- The emergence of national security state trends -- Bureaucratic authoritarianism -- Cultural expression under authoritarianism -- Debt and the Lost Decade. Debt crisis -- Challenges to neoliberalism -- The Cuban exception to neoliberalism -- Cultural production in the lost decade and the special period -- Latin American tourism -- Violence and Security in the Late Twentieth Century. Civil war in Guatemala -- Other violence in Central American -- The United States and the Contras -- Democratization and the end of Cold War -- The illegal drug trade -- Social and cultural impact of violence -- Latin America in the Twenty-First Century. The turn "left" -- Regional integration -- New developments in drug trafficking -- Immigration -- Globalization
Control code
ocn964241504
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxi, 456 pages
Isbn
9780199837618
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
System control number
(OCoLC)964241504

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