Human rights and transnational solidarity in Cold War Latin America / edited by Jessica Stites Mor.

Contributor(s): Stites Mor, JessicaMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Critical human rights: Publisher: Madison, Wis. : The University of Wisconsin Press, c2013Description: x, 305 p. ; 23 cmISBN: 9780299291143 (pbk. : alk. paper); 0299291146 (pbk. : alk. paper); 9780299291136 (ebook); 0299291138 (ebook)Subject(s): Human rights advocacy -- Latin America -- International cooperation -- Case studies | Solidarity -- Latin America -- Case studies | Latin America -- Politics and government -- 20th century | Cold War -- Social aspects -- Latin AmericaLOC classification: JC599.L3 | H815 2013
Contents:
The Puerto Rican nationalists party, transnational Latin American Solidarity, and the United States during the Cold War / Margaret Power -- Latin America encounters Nelson Rockefeller: imagining the Gringo patrón in 1969 / Ernesto Capello -- The Mexican student movement of 1968: national protest movements in international and transnational contexts / Sara Katherine Sanders -- Cosmopolitans and revolutionaries: competing visions of transnationalism during the boom in Latin America / Russell Cobb -- Transnational concepts, local contexts: solidarity at the grassroots in Pinochet's Chile / Alison J. Bruey -- Cuba's concept of "internationalist solidarity": political discourse, south-south cooperation with Angola, and the molding of transnational identities / Christine Hatzky -- "As the world is my witness": transnational Chilean solidarity and popular culture / Brenda Elsey -- The politics of refuge: Salvadoran refugees and international aid in Honduras / Molly Todd -- Desire and revolution: socialists and the Brazilian gay liberation movement in the 1970s / James N. Green.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 269-284) and index.

The Puerto Rican nationalists party, transnational Latin American Solidarity, and the United States during the Cold War / Margaret Power -- Latin America encounters Nelson Rockefeller: imagining the Gringo patrón in 1969 / Ernesto Capello -- The Mexican student movement of 1968: national protest movements in international and transnational contexts / Sara Katherine Sanders -- Cosmopolitans and revolutionaries: competing visions of transnationalism during the boom in Latin America / Russell Cobb -- Transnational concepts, local contexts: solidarity at the grassroots in Pinochet's Chile / Alison J. Bruey -- Cuba's concept of "internationalist solidarity": political discourse, south-south cooperation with Angola, and the molding of transnational identities / Christine Hatzky -- "As the world is my witness": transnational Chilean solidarity and popular culture / Brenda Elsey -- The politics of refuge: Salvadoran refugees and international aid in Honduras / Molly Todd -- Desire and revolution: socialists and the Brazilian gay liberation movement in the 1970s / James N. Green.

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Jessica Stites Mor is assistant professor of history at the University of British Columbia, Okanagan, and was research affiliate of the Instituto de Historia Emilio Ravignani of the University of Buenos Aires. She is author of Transition Cinema and coeditor (with Claudia Feld) of El pasado que miramos .

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