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by Christon I. Archer

eBook The Birth of Modern Mexico, 1780-1824 (Latin American Silhouettes) ePub
Author: Christon I. Archer
Language: English
ISBN: 0742556026
ISBN13: 978-0742556027
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (August 20, 2007)
Pages: 270
Category: Humanities
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.5
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Start by marking The Birth of Modern Mexico, 1780-1824 (Latin American Silhouettes) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Christon I. Archer has assembled the most important scholars of the Independence era in Mexican history. Each essay addresses a central theme and brings new perspectives to the topics under consideration. One of the few readable, concise books on the topic of independence, this volume probes the birth of modern Mexico in a crisply written style that is sure to appeal to historians and students of Mexican history more.

Contributions by: Timothy E. Anna, Christon I. Archer, Virginia Guedea.

Read The Birth of Modern Mexico, 1780–1824, by Christon I. Archer online on Bookmate – The Birth of Modern Mexico, 1780–1824 investigates the roots of the Mexican Independence era from a variety o. One of the few readable, concise books on the topic of independence, this volume probes the birth of modern Mexico in a crisply written style that is sure to appeal to historians and students of Mexican history. Contributions by: Timothy E. Archer, Virginia Guedea, Hugh M. Hamill, John E. Kicza, Jaime E. Rodríguez . Anne Staples, Paul J. Vanderwood, and Eric Van Young. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Christon I. Archer, e. The Birth of Modern Mexico 1780–1824. Latin American Silhouettes: Studies in History and Culture. Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, In. 2003. xii + 257 pp. ISBN: 0-8240-5126-0. Gabriel B. Paquette (a1). University of Cambridge. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 22 June 2011.

The first works of modern architecture in Brazil were a series of houses built in São Paulo by the Russian émigré Gregori .

The first works of modern architecture in Brazil were a series of houses built in São Paulo by the Russian émigré Gregori Warchavchik. His house on Rua Santa Cruz (1927–28) is a stark composition of plain white cubic forms whose lines are softened by the extensive use of tropical plants. The Seaplane Station (1938), by Attilio Corrêa Lima, was one of the first radically modern buildings built in Rio. An elegant concrete spiral staircase connects the ticketing and luggage hall with the restaurant and viewing terrace on the second floor.

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Christon Archer provides a stimulating article on viceroy Félix Calleja, showing how the viceroy created the widespread impression that the insurgency had been largely defeated by 1816.

Christon Archer provides a stimulating article on viceroy Félix Calleja, showing how the viceroy created the widespread impression that the insurgency had been largely defeated by 1816 -an impression that remains common. Instead, Calleja's efforts produced a stalemate that could not be sustained indefinitely because insurgent activity and government taxation made economic recovery impossible. Ironically, Calleja was able to convince Spain of his success, and for this very reason he never received the military reinforcements that might have consolidated the royalist cause.

ARCHER, Christon I(rving) 1940-PERSONAL:Born August 24, 1940, in. .

ARCHER, Christon I(rving) 1940-PERSONAL:Born August 24, 1940, in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada; married, 1965; children: tw. Biographical and critical sources: Periodicals.

Latin American Silhouettes (Paperback). The Birth of Modern Mexico, 1780-1824. James A. Wood is associate professor of Latin American history at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in Greensboro.

and Timonthy E. Anna, Augustín de Iturbide and the Process of Consensus, in The Birth of Modern Mexico, 1780–1824, Christon I. Archer (Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, 1997), 187–204. 21. David N. Plank and Rick Ginsberg, ed. Southern Cities, Southern Schools: Public Education in the Urban South (New York: Greenwood Press, 1990);Google Scholar. Carl F. Kaestle, Pillars of the Republic: Common Schools and American Society, 1780–1860 (New York: Hill and Wang, 1983). 24. Michael C. Meyer and William L. Sherman, The Course of Mexican History (New York: Oxford University Press, 1995).

The Birth of Modern Mexico, 1780D1824 investigates the roots of the Mexican Independence era from a variety of perspectives. The essays in this volume link the pre-1810 late Bourbon period to the War of Independence (1810-1821), analyze many crucial aspects of the decade of conflict, and illustrate the continuities with the first years of the independent Mexican nation. Christon I. Archer has assembled the most important scholars of the Independence era in Mexican history. Each essay addresses a central theme and brings new perspectives to the topics under consideration. They all contribute to a nuanced view of the period from roughly the 1790s to the 1830s: the different conceptions of legitimacy between the popular masses and the elite; the skill and importance of pro-Spanish propaganda; the process of organizing conspiracies; the survival and thriving of a mercantile family before, during, and after the creation of the republic; the causes of failing mines; the role of religious thought in the supposed secular state; an exhortation to recall the positive contributions of Iturbide; the viceroyOs military strategy; and differing conceptions of authority by the legislature and the executive. The authors address the basic issues that are key to studentsO understanding: Who fought in the Independence movement, why, and where? Yet the cutting-edge interpretations in the essays make the book equally valuable for more advanced study. In addition, information is provided on the major personalities, including August'n Iturbide, FZlix Calleja, and Father Hidalgo, giving The Birth of Modern Mexico a fascinating human dimension. Unlike many edited volumes, the essays in this book offer a seamless approach to the period that underscores new research and innovative ideas that will reinforce the significance of the Independence era. One of the few readable, concise books on the topic of independence, this volume probes the birth
Zainian
Magnificent! If you want to have different views on the Royal Army, specially on Iturbide, don't miss it! IRMA DICKINSON
THOMAS
It is a modern, complete, 360 degrees, analysis of the last colonial years of Nueva España, the revolution of independence and the first years of Mexico.
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A great book for researchers.
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