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Author Brown, Matthew
Title Connections after Colonialism : Europe and Latin America in The 1820s
Imprint Alabama : University of Alabama Press, 2013
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Descript 1 online resource (341 pages)
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Series Atlantic Crossings Ser
Atlantic Crossings Ser
Note Intro -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction: Between the Age of Atlantic Revolutions and the Age of Empire - Matthew Brown and Gabriel Paquette -- 1. Themes and Tensions in a Contradictory Decade: Ibero-America as a Multiplicity of States - Brian Hamnett -- 2. Rafael del Riego and the Spanish Origins of the Nineteenth-Century Mexican Pronunciamiento - Will Fowler -- 3. Include and Rule: The Limits of Liberal Colonial Policy, 1810-1837 - Josep M. Fradera -- 4. Entangled Patriotisms: Italian Liberals and Spanish America in the 1820s - Maurizio Isabella -- 5. The Brazilian Origins of the 1826 Portuguese Constitution - Gabriel Paquette -- 6. An American System: The North American Union and Latin America in the 1820s - Jay Sexton -- 7. The Chilean Irishman Bernardo O'Higgins and the Independence of Peru - Scarlett O'Phelan Godoy -- 8. Corinne in the Andes: European Advice for Women in 1820s Argentina and Chile - Iona Macintyre -- 9. Heretics, Cadavers, and Capitalists: European Foreigners in Venezuela during the 1820s - Reuben Zahler -- 10. Porteño Liberals and Imperialist Emissaries in the Rio de la Plata: Rivadavia and the British - David Rock -- 11. "There Is No Doubt That We Are under Threat by the Negroes of Santo Domingo": The Specter of Haiti in the Spanish Caribbean in the 1820s - Carrie Gibson -- 12. Bartolomé de las Casas and the Slave Trade to Cuba circa 1820 - Christopher Schmidt-Nowara -- 13. The 1820s in Perspective: The Bolivarian Decade - Matthew Brown -- Bibliography -- Contributors -- Index
Normal0falsefalsefalseEN-USX-NONEX-NONEMicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Matthew Brown is a reader in Latin American studies at the University of Bristol. He is writing a short history of Latin America's relationship with global empires since Independence.Gabriel Paquette is an assistant professor in history at the Johns Hopkins University. He was previously a research fellow in history at Trinity College, Cambridge, and a lecturer at Harvard University. He is the author of Enlightenment, Governance, and Reform in SpainandIts Empire, 1759-1808 and the editor of Enlightened Reform in Southern Europe and Its Atlantic Colonies, c. 1750-1830
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Brown, Matthew Connections after Colonialism : Europe and Latin America in The 1820s Alabama : University of Alabama Press,c2013 9780817317768
Subject Postcolonialism - Latin America
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Alt Author Paquette, Gabriel
Fowler, Will
Fradera, Josep M
Gibson, Carrie
Hamnett, Brian Roger
Isabella, Maurizio
Macintyre, Iona
Rock, David
Schmidt-Nowara, Christopher
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