The Oxford Handbook of Latin American History by Jose C. MoyaThe Oxford Handbook of Latin American History by Jose C. Moya

The Oxford Handbook of Latin American History

EditorJose C. Moya

Paperback | November 11, 2010

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This Oxford Handbook surveys the large and growing field of Latin American history by bringing together the principal themes and approaches over the past three decades. Essays address indigenous peoples of the region, colonial history, independence movements, rural history, slavery and race,European and Asian immigration, labor movements, gender and sexuality, popular religion, family and childhood, economic history, politics, and disease and medicine. The contributors include top scholars in the field.
Jose C. Moya is Professor of History at Barnard College, Columbia University and the author of Cousins and Strangers: Spanish Immigrants in Buenos Aires, 1850-1930 (California, 1998).
Title:The Oxford Handbook of Latin American HistoryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:480 pages, 9.75 × 6.75 × 0.68 inPublished:November 11, 2010Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195166213

ISBN - 13:9780195166217

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Table of Contents

PrefaceJose C. Moya: Introduction1. Kevin Terraciano and Lisa Sousa: Historiography of New Spain2. Lyman L. Johnson and Susan Migden Socolow: Colonial Spanish South America3. Stuart B. Schwartz: The Historiography of Early Modern Brazil4. Asuncion Lavrin: Sexuality in Colonial Spanish America5. Jeremy Adelman: Independence in Latin America6. Joao Jose Reis and Herbert Klein: Slavery in Brazil7. Barbara Weinstein: Postcolonial Brazil8. Kim D. Butler and Aline Helg: Race in Post-Abolition Afro-Latin America9. Florencia E. Mallon: Indigenous Peoples and Nation-States in Spanish America, 1780-200010. Eric Van Young: Rural History11. James P. Brennan: Latin American Labor History12. Donna J. Guy: Gender and Sexuality in Latin America13. Nara Milanich: Family Matters: The Historiography of Latin American Families14. John H. Coatsworth and William R. Summerhill: The New Economic History of Latin America: Evolution and Recent Contributions15. Diego Armus and Adrian Lopez Denis: Disease, Medicine, and Health, 1500-195016. Reinaldo L. Roman and Pamela Voekel: Popular Religion in Latin American HistoriographyBibliography