Latin American scholarship since World War II; trends in history, political science, literature, geography, and economics. Edited by Roberto Esquenazi-Mayo and Michael C. Meyer.
Contributor(s): Meyer, Michael C [joint author.].Material type: TextPublisher: Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press Description: xi, 335 p. 24 cm.ISBN: 0803207832; 9780803207837.Subject(s): Latin America -- Study and teaching | Latin America Study and teachingAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Latin American scholarship since World War II.DDC classification: 918/.03 Other classification: 3,6
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Spanish America: the colonial period, by J. Trepaske.--Brazil: the colonial period, by S. B. Schwartz.--Brazil: the national period, by R. Graham.--Chile and the Andean republics: the national period, by F. M. Nunn.--Argentina: the national period, by J. T. Criscenti.--Mexico: the national period, by C. A. Hale and M. C. Meyer.--The Caribbean: the national period, by T. G. Mathews.--Organized labor, by R. J. Alexander.--The Roman Catholic Church, by F. C. Turner.--The military, by S. L. Rozman.--Inter-American relations, by R. R. Trask.--The Spanish American novel and short story, by L. Neal.--Spanish American poetry, by B. Gicovate.--The Brazilian novel and short story, by F. Lucas.--The Brazilian poetry, by W. Martins.--Geographers in the development process, by J. C. Dickinson III and R. E. Crist.--Economic integration, by M. Carnoy.