The Cambridge History of Latin Americaby Leslie Bethell
Pub. Date: 01/01/1985
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The essays in Volume 10: Latin America since 1930: Ideas, Culture and Society discuss the modernist culture of the early twentieth century; the renaissance of Latin American philosophy in the 1940s; major trends in Latin American narrative and poetry, including the indigenous literatures; the work of twentieth-century Latin American composers, architects, and filmmakers; Latin American mass media, including newspapers, magazines, radio and television; and the development of sculpture, painting, and mural art in the twentieth century.
Table of ContentsList of maps; General preface; Preface to volume 7; Part I. Mexico: 1. Mexico, c.1930–46 Alan Knight; 2. Mexico since 1946 Peter H. Smith; Part II. Central America: 3. Central America since 1930: an overview Edelberto Torres Rica; 4. Guatemala since 1930 James Dunkerley; 5. El Salvador since 1930 James Dunkerley; 6. Honduras since 1930 Victor Bulmer-Thomas; 7. Nicaragua since 1930 Victor Bulmer-Thomas; 8. Costa Rica since 1930 Rodolfo Cerdas Cruz; Part III. The Caribbean: 9. Cuba, c.1930–59 Louis A. Perez; 10. Cuba since 1959 Jorge Dominguez; 11. The Dominican Republic since 1930 Frank Moya Pons; 12. Haiti since 1930 David Nicolls; 13. Puerto Rico since 1930 Robert W. Anderson; Part IV. Panama: 14. Panama since 1903 Michael Conniff; 15. The Panama Canal Zone, 1904–79 John Major; Bibliographical essays; Index.
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