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Latin American History seminars at the Institute of Historical Research, University of London.
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Institute of Historical Research Democracy, Autocracy and Sovereign Debt in Mexico and Brazil during the pre-1914 Globalisation Leonardo Weller (Fundação Getúlio Vargas, São Paulo) Sovereign debt is a financial as well as a political topi...
Institute of Historical Research Reindigenisation and Culture in the Andes (Nineteenth Century) Adrian Pearce (University College London) Latin American History seminar series
Institute of Historical Research Using Painted Maps as Evidence: Images in Colonial Mexico's Land Grant Proceedings Ana Pulido-Rull (University of Arkansas) Latin American History seminar series
Institute of Historical Research Imperial rivalries, insurgents and spies: Britain and Spain during Latin American Independence Gregorio Alonso (Leeds) Latin American History seminar series
Institute of Historical Research The Party of Order and Progress: The European revolutions of 1848 and the Mexican Conservative Party Ed Shawcross (University College London) The study of conservatism has often been seen as a topic of second...
Institute of Historical Research Psychiatry in Context: the Problem of Degeneration in Brazil Cristiana Fachinetti (Fiocruz) Latin American History seminar series
Institute of Historical Research Slavery and Anti-Slavery in the Spanish American Republics during the Nineteenth Century Marcela Echeverri (Yale) The history of freedom in the Atlantic world is generally portrayed as especially tied to Anglo...
Institute of Historical Research New Considerations behind the Fiscal Failure of the First Mexican Republic, 1824-1837 Luis Jauregui (Instituto Mora, Mexico) In the last four decades much has been written about the evolution and failure of th...
Institute of Historical Research (Trans)Nationalism: Migrant and Diasporic Radicalism in Early Cold War Latin America William Booth (UCL) This paper will examine the interaction between internationalist leftism, transnational activism and pro...
Institute of Historical Research West African Warfare in Bahia and Cuba: Soldier Slaves in the Atlantic World, 1807-1844 Manuel Barcia (University of Leeds) Latin American History seminar series
Institute of Historical Research Unthinking the Canon: Latin America and the History of Historiography Mark Thurner (ILAS) In the late eighteenth century Peruvian intellectuals complained in print that their history "occupies only a diminutiv...
Institute of Historical Research War and independence in Spanish America, 1810-26 Professor Anthony MacFarlane (University of Warwick) Latin American History seminar series
Institute of Historical Research Low Quality Immigrants to Latin America? Human and Social Capital in Historical Migration Latin American History
Institute of Historical Research Towards a More Educated Citizenry? Educational Policies and Outcomes in Peru, 1870 - 1960 Leticia Arroyo Abad (Middlebury College) In the early 20th century, the Peruvian government sought to "liberate people f...
Institute of Historical Research Roberto Gargarella (Universidad Torcuato di Tella/Leverhulme Trust Visiting Professor, UCL Institute of the Americas) In this paper, I provide an analytical framework in order to understand the development of Lati...
Institute of Historical Research The Promise of APRA and Why it Failed: Learning from the Experience of a Town in Peru's Central Andes, 1931-1948 Fiona Wilson (IDS/Sussex) The Alianza Popular Revolucionaria Americana (APRA) had allowed provinc...
Institute of Historical Research The Colony Strikes back: Colombia, Jersey Standard and the American Payment of Reparations for the Loss of Panama Scholarship on economic imperialism has analyzed this phenomenon as a unidirectional one in which t...
Jo Crow (University of Bristol) Latin American History seminar Institute of Historical Research 22 October 2013
Institute of Historical Research Caterina Pizzigoni (Columbia University) The talk will address a new interpretation of the indigenous household composition and its changes over time, comparing it to the Spanish house structure as well as to what...
Juan Pablo Artinian (Stony Brook University) 8 October 2013 Institute of Historical Research This paper analyses the cultural production of Peronism from 1950 until his fall in 1955 across a variety of visual sources — among other culture artifa...
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