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Encuentro de Especialistas de la Región Norte de Jalisco y Sur de Zacatecas
Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mex. : Prometeo Editores S.A. de C.V
Baker Berry F1314 .E53

Jujuy en fotos : antiguas fotografías de una provincia multiétnica
selección y compilación Elena Bardi, Walter Reinaga, Marcelo Constant
[San Salvador de Jujuy, Argentina] : Fondo Editorial, Gobierno de Jujuy, Secretaría de Cultura, [2014]
Baker Berry F2906 .J963 2014

The Maya calendar : a book of months, 400-2000 CE
Lamb, Weldon, 1953- author
Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, [2017]
Introduction -- The ancient Maya hieroglyphic calendars -- The ethnographic calendars -- The Maya month names : forms and meanings -- The Maya month initial dates -- Continuity in sound and sense -- Appendix A. Phonemes of languages relevant to Maya hieroglyphic writing -- Appendix B. Sites with affiliated languages -- Appendix C. Innovative hieroglyphic month names -- Appendix D. Stemmas -- Appendix E. Index to counterparts to stemmas -- Appendix F. Themes with traditions -- Appendix G. Zenith passage dates by culture, site, and latitude.

"This reference work collects, defines, and relates the month names in every recorded Maya calendrical tradition, starting from their creation as hieroglyphics during the Classic period (200-900 CE) to the present day."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry F1435.3.C14 L34 2017

Black Detroit : a people's history of self-determination
Boyd, Herb, 1938- author
New York : Amistad, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, [2017]
Foreword / by Rev. Dr. JoAnn Watson -- Introduction -- Cadillac, "the Black Prince" -- The Blackburn affair -- Black abolitionists -- Faulkner and flames -- Early years of the black church -- Black arts in the gilded age -- The Pelhams and the black elite -- Detroit and World War I -- Dr. Sweet and Mr. Ford -- White bail and the Brown Bomber -- The turbulent thirties -- Boom town -- Breakthroughs -- From Motown to showdown -- A brand-new beat -- Bing and bang -- March to militancy -- The Motor City is burning -- Our thing is DRUM! -- Under duress from STRESS -- Muses and music -- Coleman and Cockrel -- Postindustrial blues -- A mayor and malice -- Emergency, resurgency -- Kwame time! -- A spark of redevelopment -- Dhaka in Detroit -- A looming chimera -- Afterword / by Ron Lockett, executive director of the Northwest Activities Center -- Author's note: A son remembers.

"Award-winning journalist Herb Boyd chronicles the fascinating history of Detroit through the lens of the African American experience. Offering an expansive discussion of this iconic city, Black Detroit ranges in subject from Antoine de Lamothe Cadillac's initial vision of what would become a thriving metropolis to the city's glory days as the center of American commerce; from the waves of fugitives traveling on the Underground Railroad to the advent of the People Mover circling downtown; from the creation of the unparalleled sound of Motown to the emergence of Wayne State University as a hotbed of political thought. Boyd combines deep passion and a stunning eye for detail to seamlessly blend personal experience, exhaustive research, and eyewitness accounts collected from some of the city's wisest griots. Black Detroit looks at the influence African Americans have had on various aspects of the city's history, culture, and politics, including the auto industry--both as the cornerstone of the union movement and the majority population on the factory floor--and it reframes the riots sparked by police brutality and housing discrimination from the perspective of the people most impacted by the city's neglectful policies. In the process, the book presents a roll call of the illustrious men and women who have defined and shaped the Motor City, including Malcolm X, Aretha Franklin, Berry Gordy, Fannie Richards, abolitionist William Lambert, and Coleman Young, Detroit's first black mayor. This important book documents how a committed work ethic, a well-developed spirit of resistance, and a deep sense of heritage continue to run strong through Detroit's black community--providing the true engine propelling the city's reemergence as a viable urban center for the twenty-first century."--Jacket.
Baker Berry F574.D49 N429 2017

Brooklyn's Renaissance : commerce, culture, and community in the nineteenth-century Atlantic world
Bullard, Melissa Meriam, 1946- author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
Baker Berry F129.B7 B85 2017

Citizen Trudeau : an intellectual biography, 1944-1965
Mills, Allen George, 1945- author
Don Mills, Ontario, Canada : Oxford University Press, [2016]
Preface -- Introduction -- A portrait of the activist as a young man -- Trudeau agonistes -- Mounier, Maritain, and Laski: getting an education -- Trudeau's profound moralism: the matter of Quebec -- Church and state -- Socialism and economics -- Trudeau abroad -- Federalism and nationalism -- To the liberal station: Trudeau's surprising terminus -- Afterword -- Notes -- Index.

"Pierre Elliot Trudeau was a man of deep intellect, of strongly held philosophy, and of bold - if not occasionally audacious - personality. He was no high-minded, distant philosopher-ruler however. A consummate pragmatist, Trudeau sought to be a moral man of action. This important work looks his intellectual evolution as a young man, in the years before he entered politics. Beautifully written, this biography also paints a fascinating, colourful and multilayered portrait of Trudeau. Born into a wealthy family, Trudeau's years among then-Jesuits at Brébeuf College in Montreal were formative, among other reasons for what would become his long-term interaction with Catholicism. Following law school at University of Montreal, Trudeau studied at Harvard in the US, at LSE in London, England, and at Sciences Po in Paris. Mills' considers the biggest influences on Trudeau, including Harold Laski, Jacques Maritain, and Emmanuel Mounier. Mills also recounts Trudeau's travels across the world throughout the 1950s, travelling in Europe, the Near and Far East, Egypt and Sudan, the USSR, Pakistan, India, Indonesia, Australia and New Zealand, regions in West Africa, Israel, Vietnam, Persia and Taiwan. A chapter considers Trudeau's evolving thought on Federalism and Nationalism, both internationally and in terms of Quebec and Canada. A chapter on Trudeau's moralism highlights his belief that politics requires individuals of conscience, who have the courage to speak frankly about their beliefs. Mills' biography shows us that understanding Trudeau the thinker is key to understanding Trudeau the politician, whose life was both a practical and a theoretical one. He was a cool political thinker who believed that clear analysis of political questions was essential to good governance."--Publisher's website.
Baker Berry F1034.3.T7 M55 2016

Latin America since independence : two centuries of continuity and change
Wright, Thomas C., author
Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, [2017]
Colonial Roots. Origins of the colonial legacies -- Independence and Its Challenges, 1790s-1870s. The independence of Latin America -- The age of caudillos -- Reflections on the colonial legacies, 1790s-1870s -- Exports, Oligarchies, and Yankees, 1870s-1930. The export economies -- Political consolidation and social change -- Rise of the yankee -- Reflections on the colonial legacies, 1870s-1930 -- Revolution, Depression, and Cold War, 1930-1959. The Mexican Revolution -- Depression, political change, and Cold War -- Reflections on the colonial legacies, 1930-1959 -- The era of the Cuban Revolution, 1959-1990. The Cuban Revolution -- The Cuban Revolution, Latin America, and the United States -- The reaction : repression and state terrorism -- Reflections on the colonial legacies, 1959-1990 -- Contemporary Latin America, 1990-Present. Neoliberalism, democracy, the pink tide, and other developments since 1990 -- Reflections on the colonial legacies, 1990-present -- Conclusion: Colonial legacies and today's Latin America.

This innovative text offers a clear and concise introduction to Latin America since independence. Thomas C. Wright traces continuity and change in five central colonial legacies: authoritarian governance; a rigid social hierarchy based on race, color, and gender; the powerful Roman Catholic Church; economic dependency; and the large landed estate. He shows that the outcomes of debate and contestation over these colonial legacies have been crucial in shaping contemporary political systems, economies, societies, and religious institutions in a richly diverse region. These unifying themes guide the reader through each period. The text's user-friendly illustrations, maps, chapter summaries, and suggestions for further reading enrich student understanding of a major part of the world--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry F1413 .W75 2017

Bogotá : el tiempo del juego y los placeres. Siglo XIX
Peralta, Victoria, author
Bogotá, D.C. : Ediciones Aurora, agosto de 2016
Baker Berry F2291.B657 P48 2016

Collection of theater and concert programs performed in 1869 in Boston, Massachusetts
Rauner Rare Book F73.1 .C655 1869

Twentieth-century Latin American revolutions
Becker, Marc (Professor of history), author
Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, [2017]
Theories of revolution -- Biography: José Carlos Mariátegui (1894-1930) -- Document: José Carlos Mariátegui, "The New Peru" 1929 -- Mexican Revolution (1910-1920) -- Biography: Emiliano Zapata (1879-1919) Document: Emiliano Zapata, "Plan of Ayala," 1911 -- Guatemalan Spring (1944-1954) -- Biography: Jacobo Arbenz (1913-1971) -- Document: The final speech of Jacobo Arbenz Guzmán, June 27, 1954 -- Bolivia's National Revolution (1952-1964) -- Biography: Juan Lechín Oquendo (1914-2001) -- Document: The Union Federation of Bolivian Mine Workers (FSTMB), "Pulacayo Theses," 1946 -- Cuban Revolution (1959-) Biography: Fidel Castro (1926-) -- Document: "First declaration of Havana," September 2, 1960 -- Chilean road to socialism (1970-1973) -- Biography: Salvador Allende Gossens (1909-1973) -- Document: "Economic development program of the Popular Unity," 1970 -- Nicaraguan Sandinistas (1979-1990) -- Biography: Carlos Fonseca Amador (1936-1976) -- Document: "The historic program of the FSLN,"1969 -- Guerrilla warfare -- Biography: Che Guevara (1928-967) -- Document: Che Guevara, Guerrilla warfare, 1960. -- Venezuela' Bolivarian Revolution (1999- Biography: Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías (1954-013) Document: Hugo Chávez, World Social Forum, 2005 -- Socialisms of the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries

"Revolutions are a commonly studied but only vaguely understood historical phenomenon. This clear and concise text extends our understanding with a critical narrative analysis of key case studies: the 1910-1920 Mexican Revolution; the 1944-1954 Guatemalan Spring; the 1952-1964 MNR-led revolution in Bolivia; the Cuban Revolution that triumphed in 1959; the 1970-1973 Chilean path to socialism; the leftist Sandinistas in Nicaragua in power from 1979-1990; failed guerrilla movements in Colombia, El Salvador, and Peru; and the Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela after Hugo Chávez's election in 1998. Marc Becker opens with a theoretical introduction to revolutionary movements, including a definition of what "revolution" means and an examination of factors necessary for a revolution to succeed. He analyzes revolutions through the lens of those who participated and explores the sociopolitical conditions that led to a revolutionary situation, the differing responses to those conditions, and the outcomes of those political changes. Each case study provides an interpretive explanation of the historical context in which each movement emerged, its main goals and achievements, its shortcomings, its outcome, and its legacy. The book concludes with an analysis of how elected leftist governments in the twenty-first century continue to struggle with issues that revolutionaries confronted throughout the twentieth century."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry F1414 .B43 2017

Problems in modern Mexican history : sources and interpretations
edited by William H. Beezley and Monica A. Rankin
Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, [2017]
Introduction -- Independence, 1810-1820 -- The early republic, 1820-1848 -- The liberal era, 1848-1862 -- The French intervention, 1862-1876 -- The Porfirian years, 1876-1911 -- The Revolution, 1910-1920 -- The Revolution as lived experience, 1920-1936 -- The apogee of the Revolution, 1934-1940 -- The Second World War, 1940-1945 -- The miracle, 1945-1985 -- The lost decades, 1982-2000 -- Contemporary issues, 2000-.

This reader collects a rich array of documents that show how Mexicans viewed their history and culture since independence. Offering a wide variety of materials--texts, visuals, videos, and sounds--that can be tailored to the needs of individual instructors, these sources will stimulate critical thinking and give students new insights.--Publisher description.
Baker Berry F1226 .P964 2017

Memory, truth, and justice in contemporary Latin America
edited by Roberta Villalón
Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, [2017]
Introduction: Memory, truth, and justice in twenty-first century Latin America / Roberta Villalón -- Part I. Framing collective memory : counter-hegemonic and master narratives -- Introduction to Part I / Roberta Villalón -- Genesis, uses, and significations of the Nunca Más report in Argentina / Emilio Crenzel -- "We're all victims" : changes in the narrative of "national reconciliation" in Argentina / Valentina Salvi ; translated by Luis Alberto Hernández -- Irreconcilable differences : political culture and gender violence during the Chilean transition to democracy / Hillary Hiner and María José Azócar -- Part II. Defining historical periods, blame, and reparation -- Introduction to Part II / Roberta Villalón -- The memory of the national and the national as memory / Juan Poblete -- Between two pasts : dictatorships and the politics of memory in Bolivia / Francisco Adolfo García Jerez and Juliane Müller ; translated by Margot Olavarria -- Colombia's gallery of memory : reexamining democracy through human rights lenses / Erika Márquez -- Part III. Cultures of trauma, healing, and justice -- Introduction to Part III / Roberta Villalón -- Trauma and the politics of memory in the Uruguayan dictatorship / Lorenzo D'Orsi -- Living with ghosts : death, exhumation, and reburial among the Maya in Guatemala / Virginia Garrard-Burnett -- Argentina's trials : new ways of writing memory / Susana Kaiser -- Part IV. Arts, media, museums, and memory -- Introduction to Part IV / Roberta Villalón -- The murals of La Victoria : imaginaries of Chilean popular resistance / Alexis Cortés ; translated by Margot Olavarria -- Choreography of a massacre : memory and performance in the Ayacucho Carnaval / Renzo Aroni Sulca ; translated by Margot Olavarria -- Reckoning with dictatorship in Brazil : the double-edged role of artistic-cultural production / Nina Schneider and Rebecca J. Atencio -- Historical memory at El Salvador's Museo de La Palabra y La Imagen / Diana Carolina Sierra Becerra -- Conclusion: Complexities, controversies and the value of collective memory and social justice / Roberta Villalón.

"This text is the first to address the second wave of memory and justice mobilization throughout Latin America. Pairing clear explanations of concepts and debates with cases studies, the volume offers a unique opportunity for students to understand and interpret the history and politics of Latin American countries"--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry F1414.3 .M45 2017

Down the up staircase : three generations of a Harlem family
Haynes, Bruce D., 1960- author
New York : Columbia University Press, [2017]
Mad money -- Not alms but opportunity -- New negroes -- Soul dollars -- Stepping out -- Do for yourself -- Free fall -- Moving on down -- Keep on keepin' on.

"Down the Up Staircase tells the history of three generations of a black middle-class family against the backdrop of the three-story brownstone at 411 Convent Avenue in the Sugar Hill section of Harlem. The home once belonged to its patriarch, George Edmund Haynes, a migrant from Pine Bluff, Arkansas, who went on to become the first African American to earn a PhD at Columbia University and found the National Urban League. He was the first prominent black economist in the country, the first to predict the great sweeping migration of blacks from the rural South to the urban North, a power broker of the Harlem Renaissance, and the first black to serve in a federal sub-cabinet post, where he mobilized the new Black migrants for the war effort. His wife, Elizabeth Ross Haynes, was a noted children's author of the period and a prominent social scientist. Yet these early advances and gains provided little anchor to the succeeding generations. Their son had dreamed of becoming an engineer but spent his entire career as a parole officer in the Bronx. Their eldest grandson graduated from the prestigious Horace Mann High School but spent much of his adult life in and out of drug rehabilitation clinics, psychiatric hospitals, and the streets. Their second grandson was slain on the streets of the Bronx during his last semester of college, at age twenty-three. Only the youngest grandson--the book's author, Bruce Haynes--was able to build on the gains of his forefathers. Haynes brings sociological insight to a familiar American tale, one where the notion of social mobility and black middle class is a tenuous term"--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry F128.9.N4 H38 2017

Cattle kingdom : the hidden history of the cowboy West
Knowlton, Christopher, author
Boston : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2017
The demise of the bison -- Cattle for cash -- Birth of the cattle town -- Cattle-town high jinks -- Lighting the fuse -- Cowboy aristocrats -- From stockyard to steakhouse -- The rise of Cheyenne -- Barbed wire: The devil's rope -- Frewen's castle -- The nature crusader -- Teddy Blue and the necktie socials -- Mortal ruin -- Poker on joint-stock principles -- The big die-up -- The fall of Cheyenne -- The rustler problem -- Nate Champion and the Johnson County War -- The cowboy president -- The closing of the range -- Failed second acts -- Myths of the Old West -- Afterword: "Unhorsed for good."

The open-range cattle era lasted barely a quarter century, but it left America irrevocably changed. These few decades following the Civil War brought America its greatest boom-and-bust cycle until the Depression, the invention of the assembly line, and the dawn of the conservation movement. It inspired legends, such as that icon of rugged individualism, the cowboy. Yet this extraordinary time and its import have remained unexamined for decades. Cattle Kingdom reveals the truth of how the West rose and fell, and how its legacy defines us today. The tale takes us from dust-choked cattle drives to the unlikely splendors of boomtowns like Abilene, Kansas, and Cheyenne, Wyoming. We venture from the Texas Panhandle to the Dakota Badlands to the Chicago stockyards. We meet a diverse array of players -- from the expert cowboy Teddy Blue to the failed rancher and future president Teddy Roosevelt. Knowlton shows us how they and others like them could achieve so many outsized feats: killing millions of bison in a decade, building the first opera house on the open range, driving cattle by the thousands, and much more.
Baker Berry F596 .K58 2017

The history of Ruby, Alaska, "the gem of the Yukon"
Hart, Betsy
Anchorage, Alaska (2223 Spenard Rd., Anchorage 99503) : National Bilingual Materials Development Center, Rural Education, University of Alaska, [1981]
Baker Berry F914.R8 H37 1981

Discours et proclamations dans l'histoire d'Haïti : 1804-1986
Soukar, Michel, author
Delmas : C3 Éditions, [2015]
1804-1915. Proclamation du général en chef au people d'Haïti ; Acte de l'Indépendance ; Proclamation annonçant l'extermination de Français Liberté ou la Mort ; Vérification des titres de propriétés et Décret relatif aux testaments ; Résistance à l'oppression ; Proclamation de Christope (24 décembre 1806) ; Donation du 30 décembre 1809 ; Discours de Salomon ; Proclamation d'Acaau ; Faustin Soulouque, Président d'Haiti ; Fabre Geffrard, Président d'Haïti, 6 avril 1861 ; Ratification du Concordat avec le Saint-Siège - 1er août 1860 ; Fabre Geffrard, Président d'Haïti, 3 juin 1863 ; Discours du 11 octobre 1867 sur l'affaire Léon Montas ; L'Acte du Trou ; Discours sur la réforme financière ; Manifeste de Kingston ; Discours du Cap de Salomon (23 avril 1882) ; Ultimatum du Corps diplomatique ; Discours sur l'ouverture de la banque ; Discours d'Hyppolite ; Discours de Firmin ; Proclamation de Tiresias Augustin Simon Sam ; Proclamation de Firmin ; Proclamation d'Alexis du 15 mars 1908 ; Déclaration de Bobo contre les contrats a propos des projets de contrats américains ; Appel au peuple haïtien (pour le renversement de Vilbrun Guillame) -- 1915-1986. Fondation de l'union patriotique ; Dieu et Patrie-Liberté ou la mort-République d'Haïti ; L'Inauguration du monument de Marchaterre ; Proclamation Borno Président de la République ; Le moniteur 19 mai 1941 ; Exposé des motifs - moniteur 20 avril 1944 ; Serment rejeté ; La nation 21 janvier 1946 ; La figue-banane en danger ; Quand les fils du peuple sont au pouvoir ; Lettre du Président Fignolé au chef d'État-Major ; La nuit tragique du samedi à dimanche ; Réaction du pouvoir par le Decret du 16 mai 1960 ; Discours du 14 juin 1964 ; Nous sommes tous coupables ; Notre rédacteur Gasner Raymond meurt étrangement ; Déclaration, 9 mai 1979 ; Message d'adieu du Président Jean-Claude Duvalier prononcé le 7 fevrier 1986.

The speeches and proclamations selected for this book provide readers the opportunity to form connections between the economic, social, political, and cultural events that have taken place in Haiti, and which give the country its unique character. The selections have been chosen mainly to address the areas of history, politics, and economics. This book is not intended to be exhaustive, but rather to present those speeches and proclamations that offer a general, yet precise vision of a particular time period. This is not a work of Haitian history; the goal of this book, rather, is to offer a synthesis of these themes, while presenting as much information as possible.
Baker Berry F1921 .S68 2015

Quand Émile Saint-Lot parle de 46
Supplice, Daniel, 1951- author
Port-au-Prince, Haïti : C3 Éditions, [2016]
Émile Saint-Lot (1904-1976) was a Haitian politician, lawyer, and journalist. He held several governmental posts such as Minister of Education, Public Health and Labour (1947) and Minister of Labour and Justice (1950). He served as the first ambassador of Haiti to the United Nations, and was a member of the Security Council responsible for voting on the independence of countries. He was also a witness of the 1946 revolt that ousted President Lescot from power and to exile. This book includes an extensive interview with Saint-Lot recalling those events along with several letters by Saint-Lot published in Le Nouvelliste as well as other documents related to this episode in 20th century Haitian political history.
Baker Berry F1927 .S86 2016

Haïti - République dominicaine : projeter l'avenir
Yves Michel Thomas and six others ; éditeurs: Suzy Castor, Licette G. Sabaiz
[Port-au-Prince, Haïti?] : CRESFED : [2015]
De la "question de l'est" aux relations haïtiano-dominicaines : une approche dynamique des rapports entre les deux entités politiques de l'île d'Haïti/Quisqueya / Yves Michel Thomas -- Aspects de la construction historique de la frontière entre Haïti et la République dominicaine / Rubén Silié Valdez -- Le poids des représentations sociales dans la dynamique des relations entre haïtiens et dominicains / Rachelle Charlier Doucet -- Haïti et République dominicaine, une fois de plus / Raymond LaFontant Jr. -- Commentaires / Colette Lespinasse, Jean-Marie Théodat, Sauveur Pierre Étienne.

Four well-documented essays on the evolution of Haitian-Dominican relations, present day issues and tensions and actions needed to improve relations in the future.
Baker Berry F1922.5.D65 H387 2015

Atropellado amanecer : el comunismo en el tiempo de la Revolución Mexicana
Condés Lara, Enrique, author
Puebla, [Mexico] : Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, 2015
El Marxismo y América -- El México que emerge de la revolución armada -- Utopismos, anarquismo y socialdemocracia en México -- El atropellado amanecer del comunismo en México -- Cómo se filtró el Marxismo-Leninismo en las instituciones del México posrevolucionario.
Baker Berry F1234 .C655 2015

De viva voz : vida y obra de Gilberto Bosques : entrevistas y testimonios
Liberman, Lillian, compiler,
México, D.F. : El Colegio de México, 2015
Gilberto Bosques y su tiempo / Fernando Serrano Migallón -- Mi encuentro con don Gilberto / Lillian Liberman -- Entrevista a Gilberto Bosques -- Sección documental -- Otras entrevistas -- Testimonios -- Bibliografía.

"De viva voz se centra en la actuación de Gilberto Bosques - narrada por él mismo - durante su misión diplomática en Francia en los años de la ocupación nazi, poco después de la derrota de la República española, antecedente inmediato de la segunda Guerra Mundial, que provocó el éxodo hacia Francia de más de medio millón de ciudadanos españoles y brigadistas internacionales"--Page 9.
Baker Berry F1235.5.B67 L5 2015

Development arrested : the blues and plantation power in the Mississippi Delta
Woods, Clyde Adrian, author
London : Verso, 2017
Poem / by Sterling D. Plumpp -- Introduction / by Ruth Wilson Gilmore -- 1. What Happens to a Dream Arrested? -- 2. The Blues Tradition of Explanation -- 3. The Social-Spatial Construction of the Mississippi Delta -- 4. The Shotgun Policy and the Birth of the Blues -- 5. Segregation, Peonage, and the Blues Ascension -- 6. The Enclosure Movement -- 7. The Green Revolution -- 8. Poor People and the Freedom Blues -- 9. The Crises of Tchula, Tunica, and Delta Pride -- 10. Writing the Regional Future -- 11. The Blues Reconstruction.

"Development Arrested is a major reinterpretation of the 200-year-old conflict between African American workers and the planters of the Mississippi Delta. The book measures the impact of the plantation system on those who suffered its depredations firsthand, while tracing the decline and resurrection of plantation ideology in national public policy debate. Despite countless defeats under the planter regime, African Americans in the Delta continued to push forward their agenda for social and economic justice. Throughout this remarkably interdisciplinary book, ranging across fields as diverse as rural studies, musicology, development studies, and anthropology, Woods demonstrates the role of music--including jazz, rock and roll, soul, rap and, above all, the blues--in sustaining a radical vision of social change." --
Baker Berry F377.M6 W66 2017

The Irish in New England
editor, Peter Benes ; associate editor, Jane Montague Benes
Deerfield, MA : Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife, 2016
Introduction / Donald R. Friary -- New Ireland to New England: The McCormick Family's Peregrinations from Ulster to New Brunswick to the Boston States, 1822 to 1935 / Donald R. Friary -- Irish Labor Unrest on an Early Massachusetts Railroad / Katheryn P. Viens -- Irish Influence in Gilded Age Newport / John F. Quinn -- "An Enemy to this country": Rev. John Houston and the Revolutionary Culture War among New Hampshire's Irish Presbyterians / Peter E. Gilmore -- Wemms et al.: The Enlisted Men at the Boston Massacre / J. L. Bell -- The Irish in Rhode Island / Robert W. Hayman -- Irish Immigrant Families in New England and Ethnic Inheritance / Jonathan Keljik -- The Greening of Norwood: Irish Migration and Life in a Massachusetts Town / Patricia J. Fanning -- Faces and Makers: The Irish Presence in Eighteenth-Century Boston Furniture and Silver / Gerald W. R. Ward -- John Brenon: The Saga of an Eighteenth-Century Irish Showman / Peter Benes -- David Claypoole Johnston and the Boston Irish, 1825-1865 / Jack Larkin -- Irish in New England Bibliography / Donald R. Friary -- Notes.
Baker Berry F1 .D824 2012

The manuscript hunter : Brasseur de Bourbourg's travels through Central America and Mexico, 1854-1859
Brasseur de Bourbourg, abbé, 1814-1874 author
Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, [2017]
Introduction -- "Notes from a voyage in Central America: letters to Alfred Aury" -- "From Guatemala City to Rabinal: an episode during my stay in Central America during the years 1855 and 1856" -- Voyage across the Isthmus of Tehuantepec in the state of Chiapas and the Republic of Guatemala in 1859 and 1860.
Baker Berry F1432 .B8313 2017

El México profundo en la gran década de desesperanza (1846-1856)
Raymond Buve, Romana Falcón, coordinadores ; Will Martin Fowler and seven others
Ciudad de México : Ediciones EyC ; 2016
El México de los años de la intervención estadounidense y la posguerra (1846-1856) / Will Fowler -- La invasión de Estados Unidos a México : un asunto tiempo atrás anunciado / Alonso Domínguez Rascón -- Puebla y su "Bocasierra" : San Juan de los Llanos y Tlatlauquitepec en la intervención estadounidense (1846-1848) / Óscar Fernando López Meraz ; Diana Villegas Loeza -- Los pueblos tlaxcaltecas, los bandoleros y el "Señor Gobierno" en la década de la desesperanza (1846-1857) / Raymond Buve -- Condiciones de vida y trabajo en los pueblos de Tlaxcala entre 1840 y 1867 / Blanca Esthela Santibáñez Tijerina -- En medio del asedio bélico : defensas institucionales, resistencias y rebeliones de los pueblos del centro y sur del país, 1846-1856 / Romana Falcón -- Oaxaca en la guerra y la guerra en Oaxaca / Leticia Reina.
Baker Berry F1231.5 .M49 2016

Los pueblos indígenas del estado de México : atlas etnográfico
Efraín Cortés Ruiz, Jaime Enrique Carreón Flores (coordinadores)
México : Secretaría de Cultura, Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia : 2016
Introducción / Efraín Cortés Ruiz -- ESTUDIOS BÁSICOS -- Las lenguas otomianas del Estado de México / Yolanda Lastra -- Del "altépetl" a la hacienda. Historia y proceso de configuración en el Estado de México / Maricela Gallegos Devéze -- Las regiones étnicas del Estado de México / Reyes Álvarez Fabela -- La economía indígena del Valle de Toluca. Casos de comunidades mazahuas y otomíes / Efraín Cortés Ruiz -- Economía en la sierra de Texcoco / Jaime Enrique Carreón Flores -- Organizaciones políticas indígenas en el Estado de México / Reyes Álvarez Fabela y Fidel Camacho Ibarra -- ENSAYOS TEMÁTICOS -- MACROETNIAS -- Relaciones sociales predominantes entre los caciques de Atlacomulco a finales del siglo XVII y principios del siglo XVIII / María de los Ángeles Velasco Godoy -- Relatos sobre los desplazamientos de la población de Jilotepec en el siglo XVI / Rosa Brambila Paz -- Cultura y medio ambiente en el Valle de Bravo, Estado de México / Andres Latapí Escalante -- El culto a los santos en el Alto Lerma. El caso de los oratorios / Efraín Cortés Ruiz -- El imaginario serpentino. Dones y contradones entre los mazahuas / Fidel Camacho Ibarra -- Antes de la humanidad el coyote: Una imagen de lo sagrado entre los mazahuas / Fidel Camacho Ibarra -- El parentesco ritual, compadrazgo y el sistema de cargos en una comunidad mazahua / Felipe González Ortiz -- El complejo dancístico mazahua y la cosmovisión / Felipe González Ortiz -- Los que trabajan con el tiempo cósmico. Apuntes etnográficos sobre los graniceros del Olotepec, región del Nevado de Toluca / Beatriz Albores Zárate -- Los "hiedhete" o curanderos entre los otomíes del Estado de México / Karla Rodríguez Martínez -- Vida lacustre en las ciénagas del Alto Lerma / Yoko Sugiura, Carmen Pérez, Elizabeth Zepeda -- La danza de los Arrieros de Ocoyoacac, Estado de México / María Isabel Hernández González -- La Clanchana de las ciénagas del Alto Lerma, un mito mesoamericano vigente en el Valle de Toluca / María Isabel Hernández González -- Las almas "monarcas" / Efraín Cortés Ruiz -- La organización social de los otomíes del Estado de México / Eduardo Sandoval Forero -- El compadre del combate y la bendición del "sincolote" ritual agrícola otomí / Juan Jose Atilano -- Los otomíes de Temoaya / Laura Collin H. -- "No somos nosotros es Dios en nosotros". Catolicismo y emergencia evangélica en casos de comunidades mazahuas y otomíes en el Estado de México / Felipe Canuto -- La petición del "don de hablar en lenguas" / Felipe Canuto -- Cargueros. Transformación y asimilación del cargo de San Jose Boctó Acambay en el Estado de México / Desirée Bonardel -- Buscando compadres en barrio de Guadalupe / Desirée Bonardel -- MICROETNIAS -- La diversidad étnica en Chalco / Tomás Jalpa Flores -- La integración de los grupos étnicos en la sociedad teotihuacana / Sergio Gómez Chávez -- La "nauajtlu". Aproximaciones a la lengua nahua de San Mateo Almomoloa, Temascaltepec / Crispín Amador Ramirez -- La Danza de Moros y Cristianos en el valle de Teotihuacán: el caso de los "Alchileos" y los "Santiagos" en San Martín de las Pirámides / Efraín Cortés Ruiz -- Diálogos de la Danza de los Archareos / Alfredo Ramirez Celestino -- La "casa" en San Jerónimo Amanalco, Texcoco / Jaime Enrique Carreón Flores -- El territorio simbólico en Texcoco / Jaime Enrique Carreón Flores -- Agua, sociedad y política en el Acolhuacan septentrional / Junior Encarnación -- El Estado de México. Población indígena comunidades e instituciones / Leif Korsbaek -- Matlazincas y nahuas, peregrinos de un santuario natural: el Nevado de Toluca / Marisela Gallegos Devéze -- Fiesta de San José. Fiesta dedicada al fuego / Marisela Gallegos Devéze -- El tejido de tule en San Pedro Tultepec de Quiroga: una comunidad ribereña del Alto Lerma / María Isabel Hernández González y Efraín Cortés Ruiz -- El "Tlatol" de Día de Muertos y el mundo espejo pjikak'jo / Reyes Álvarez Fabela -- Las "santas varas de justicia". Un modelo de gobierno comunitario / Reyes Álvarez Fabela -- El maíz y los pjikak'jo / Reyes Álvarez Fabela -- "No es que este duro, esta pesado". La Danza de Concheros / Reyes Álvarez Fabela.
Baker Berry F1219.1.M4 P84 2016

Cinco siglos de identidad viva : Camino Real de Tierra Adentro : Patrimonio de la Humanidad
Perea Gonzáles, José Luis, author
Ciudad de Mexico : Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Diciembre, 2016
Baker Berry Oversize F1210 .P47 2016

Morelos
Herrejón Peredo, Carlos, author
Zamora, Michoacán : El Colegio de Michoacán, [2015]
Volumen I. Primera Parte: De Valladolid a Urecho ; El cura de Carácuaro ; Segunda Parte: La revelación del Rayo del Sur ; Primera campaña ; Segunda campaña ; Tercera campaña ; Tercera Parte: La cumbre del poder ; En Oaxaca ; Campaña de Acapulco ; Chilpancinco ; Campaña de Valladolid -- Volumen II. Cuarta Parte: Costanga en la adversidad ; En el Supremo y perseguido Gobierno ; Los progresos ; Apéndices: Apéndice I.Lecturas de Morelos ; Apéndice II.Documentos apócrifos.

Two-volume set by author-historian Carlos Herrejón Peredo (b. Michoacán, 1942) on the life and personality of José María Morelos (b. Michoacán, 1765-1815). Morelos was a priest, strategist, and a leader in the war for Mexican independence from Spain. Peredo has compiled iconography, maps, paintings, sketches, and documents in the effort to recreate the time that Morelos lived in and shape so the reader can better understand him, both as the man and the leader.
Baker Berry Oversize F1232.M836 H47 2015

The best land under heaven : the Donner Party in the age of Manifest Destiny
Wallis, Michael, 1945- author
New York : Liveright Publishing Corporation, a division of W.W. Norton & Company, [2017]
Introduction: 1846 -- Prologue: Donner Lake, June 6, 1918 -- Call of the West -- A migrating people -- The best land under heaven -- Gray gold -- Snake heads -- California dreaming -- The bold plunge -- Wagons ho! April 1846 -- Farewell, April 14-15, 1846 -- Independence bound, April 15-May 10, 1846 -- The journey -- Queen city of the trails, May 10-12, 1846 -- Indian country, May 12-18, 1846 -- Soldier Creek, May 19, 1846 -- The others, May 20, 1846 -- People of the south wind, May 21-24, 1846 -- Alcove Spring, May 25-29, 1846 -- The rhetoric of fear, May 30-June 2, 1846 -- Ebb and flow, June 3-7, 1846 -- On the Platte, June 8-10, 1846 -- Life goes on, June 10-15, 1846 -- A letter from Tamzene Donner, June 16, 1846 -- The promised land -- Change of command, June 16-19, 1846 -- Chasing mirages, June 19-25, 1846 -- Sage advice, June 26-27, 1846 -- A sense of urgency, June 28-July 12, 1846 -- Parting of the ways, July 13-19, 1846 -- The Donner party, July 20-28, 1846 -- Betrayed, July 28-31, 1846 -- The Hastings cutoff, August 1-22, 1846 -- The fearful long drive, August 23-September 10, 1846 -- Race against time, September 11-October 4, 1846 -- Blood rage, October 5-20, 1846 -- Perseverance, October 21-30, 1846 -- Out of time -- Snowbound, November 1846 -- Desperate times, desperate measures, November-December 1846 -- The forlorn hope, December 1846 -- Camp of death, December 1846 -- The starving time, January 1847 -- In dire straits, January-February 1847 -- Man on a mission, January-February 1847 -- To the rescue, February 1847 -- The first relief -- The second relief -- The third relief -- The fourth relief -- Aftermath.

In the eerily warm spring of 1846, George Donner placed this advertisement in a local newspaper as he and a restless caravan prepared for what they hoped would be the most rewarding journey of a lifetime. But in eagerly pursuing what would a century later become known as the "American dream," this optimistic-yet-motley crew of emigrants was met with a chilling nightmare; in the following months, their jingoistic excitement would be replaced by desperate cries for help that would fall silent in the deadly snow-covered mountains of the Sierra Nevada. We know these early pioneers as the Donner Party, a name that has elicited horror since the late 1840s. Now, historian Michael Wallis continues his life's work of parsing fact from fiction to tell the true story of one of the most embroidered sagas in Western history.
Baker Berry F868.N5 W36 2017

Del desencanto al mesianismo (1996-2006)
Krauze, Enrique, author
Ciudad de México : Debate, octubre, 2016
Second volume of a trilogy on democracy within the six-volume Colección Ensayista liberal; comprises political essays by Mexican historian, intellectual, and critic Enrique Krauze.
Baker Berry F1236 .K73 2016

Perspectiva histórica del arte
Carmen Lorenzo Monterrubio, coordinadora
Pachuca de Soto, Hidalgo, México : Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo, 2016-
Baker Berry F1219.3.A7 P47 2016

Il y a deux cents ans : Simon Bolivar aux Cayes :1815/1816-2015/2016
Soukar, Michel, author
[Haiti] : C3 Éditions : [2016]
Les Cayes et le Bolivarisme -- Simon Bolivar aux Cayes en 1815-1816 -- Le témoignage de Cinna Marion -- L'apport de Gilette Saurat -- La version de Gerhard Masur -- Jean Joseph Ewald Percy.

A collaboration between the historian Michel Soukar and the musical group led by André Maxime Percy, this book and CD tell the story of Simon Bolivar's welcome and support in 1815/1816 by the Haitian city of Cayes. The folk songs included on the CD were originally collected by Maxime Percy's late father, Ewald Percy, a native of Camp-Perrin, and are now reinterpreted by Maxime Percy and his group Jardin Folklorique. The book includes a history of Bolivar's relationship with Cayes, as well as an interview with Soukar and Ewald Percy, and the lyrics to some of the folk songs collected by the latter.
Baker Berry F1924 .S68 2016

Haïti, en lettres et en images
Belaskri, Yahia, author
Delmas : C3 Éditions, [2015]
Collection of texts and photographs that capture unique observations of Haiti.
Baker Berry F1916 .B453 2015

Oralité et récit médiatique : les dédales du personnage Duvalier dans les méandres du kairos
Pierre Louis, Luné Roc, author
Port-au-Prince, Haiti : Média-Texte, [2015]
Study on François Duvalier as a mass media figure through his oral speech, written texts and general image. Luné Roc Pierre Louis is professor and the author of Habermas et "Haïti: prolégomènes a une sémantique politique" (2014) and "Communication et espace public: une reconstruction à travers l'espace public politique haïtienne" (2012).
Baker Berry F1928.D86 P545 2015

Cárdenas por Cárdenas
Cárdenas Solórzano, Cuauhtémoc, author
Ciudad de México : Peguin Random House Grupo Editorial, 2016
Baker Berry F1234.C233 C233 2016

La realeza sagrada en México (siglos XVI-XXI)
Dehouve, Danièle, author
Zamora, Michoacán : El Colegio de Michoacán ; 2016
Introducción -- I. Las teorías sobre la organización social indígena -- El sistema de cargos (1950-1990) -- Un modelo atractivo -- Un modelo ficticio -- Un modelo dañino -- Usos y costumbres -- II. El sistema de realeza sagrada -- El responsable -- El principal o personaje central -- El despliegue de las funciones reales -- Las especializaciones en serie -- Las réplicas -- Una forma específica de secularización -- Un método para el análisis -- La noción de función -- III. El soberano mexica y sus funciones -- Las redes de gobernantes -- El guerrero -- El justiciero -- El penitente -- La fuerza corporal del rey -- El responsable de la prosperidad y la adversidad -- IV. El soberano mexica y sus divinidades -- El sustituto -- Los dioses astrales y guerreros -- Los dioses de la lluvia y la autoctonía -- El rey sacerdote -- V. Los altos personajes mexicas -- El círculo amplio de los sustitutos del rey -- El círculo estrecho de los personajes reales -- La persona duplicada del rey -- VI. Entronizaciones en el siglo XVI -- La secuencia ritual -- Los actos rituales -- Las cuatro lecturas -- La entronización y las teorías antropológicas -- La metáfora del ciclo solar -- VII. Las características de la realeza mexica -- El personaje central -- La persona duplicada -- El protocolo ritual -- El sistema de roles y las identidades nómadas -- Ni rey divino ni rey chamán -- La variante mexica en Mesoamérica -- VIII. Dualidades coloniales -- La colonización española -- El personaje central político-ritual -- Los grupos periféricos -- Cuestiones de método -- IX. El gobernante en el sistema político contemporáneo -- Las funciones reales -- El personaje central y el especialista ritual -- Las figuras reales en los estados nacionales -- Las réplicas del grupo central -- X. Las réplicas periféricas -- La réplica de las funciones reales -- La burocracia de la realeza sagrada -- Las constelaciones sin centro -- XI. Permanencia de la entronización -- Las entronizaciones tlapanecas -- Otras entronizaciones -- Conclusión -- El papel del personaje central -- La búsqueda colectiva de la vida.
Baker Berry F1219.3.K55 D44 2016

Dictionnaire biographique des personnalités politiques de la République d'Haïti (1804-2014)
Supplice, Daniel, 1951- author
Pétion-Ville, Haïti : C3 Éditions, [2014]
Baker Berry F1924 .S86 2014

De la crónica al icono : la fotografía de la Revolución mexicana en la prensa ilustrada capitalina (1910-1940)
Gautreau, Marion, author
México, D.F. : Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, 2016
Prólogo. Una visualidad comprometida -- Introducción -- 1. Nuevas miradas, nuevas imágenes: fotógrafos y fotografía de prensa -- 2. La prensa ilustrada: un vector de difusión que se transforma -- 3. Del acontecimiento al símbolo: elecciones para la memoria -- 4. La génesis de las figuras heroicas -- Conclusión.

Photographs of the Mexican Revolution that continue to circulate widely today are not very numerous and little represent the reality and complexity of the armed conflict. The objective of this text is to help understand the process of decanting of the original corpus of photographs of the Mexican Revolution through the study of one of the supports for the dissemination of this iconography: the illustrated press. From a comparative analysis of photographs of the Revolution published during the armed conflict (1910-1920) and during the Post-Revolution (1920-1940), the author tries to explain the gradual disappearance of some types of images and at the same time, the transformation of very specific photos in. The book highlights the role of the illustrated press in the consolidation and the post-revolutionary ideology through a selection of a symbolic iconography that allows the public certain events and key figures of the revolution.
Baker Berry F1234 .G39 2016

Que c'est triste d'être ministre sour Martelly! ... : mémoires
Dumas, Pierre-Raymond, author
[Port-au-Prince, Haïti?] : [publisher not identified], [2015]
Memoire of former Minister under President Martelly tells of the difficulties serving under Martelly that led to his resignation. Dumas is a prolific writer who has published Fin du militarisme haïtien? (1996), Panorama de la littérature haïtienne de la diaspora (2012) and Une police dans la tourmente (2015).
Baker Berry F1928.23.M37 D85 2015

El zapatismo en el imaginario anarquista norteño : Regeneración, 1911-1917
Melgar Bao, Ricardo, compiler
Mexico : Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, 2016
Baker Berry F1234 .M466 2016

A busca da chama
Borges, Huxley
[Porto Alegre] : [publisher not identified], [2015]
Baker Berry F2621 .B67 2015

"Rulpachen ka wigkachen pu Mapuche" : az nentulelu pu kapuchinu patiru Mapuche Mapu mew = "Evangelizar, civilizar y chilenizar a los Mapuche" : fotografías de la acción de los misioneros capuchinos en la Araucanía
edicion a cargo de Jaime Flores Chávez, Alonso Azócar Avendaño
Sevilla : Editorial Universidad de Sevilla : [2017]
Wünentuku zugun -- Prólogo -- Konwirin -- Introducción -- Kapuchinu mision mapuche mapu akuyelu : 1850-1930. Rulpachen, wigkachen / Jaime Flores Chávez -- Misiones capuchinas en la Araucanía : 1850-1930 -- Evangelizar, civilizar y chilenizar / Jaime Flores Chávez -- Chem pin ñi azentun ti pu capuchino patiru fey tüfachi mapuche mapu mew / Alonson Azócar Avendaño -- El discurso fotográfico de los capuchinos sobre los mapuche / Alonso Azócar Avendaño -- Espacio geográfico -- Construccióndemisiones -- Construcciones indígenas -- Acciones evangelizadoras -- Instrucción escolar -- La enseñanza y ejecución de oficios -- La acción sociopolítica -- Retratos de religiosos -- Retratos de mapuche -- Exposiciones en Europa.
Baker Berry F3126 .R85 2017

Espacios en la historia : invención y transformación de los espacios sociales
edición, Pilar Gonzalbo Aizpuru
México, D.F. : El Colegio de México, 2014
Los autos de fe de Cartagena de Indias : espacios ceremoniales del poder y castigo / Pablo Rodríguez Jiménez -- Los espacios de la muerte / Asunción Lavrin -- Campanas, esquilones y esquilitras : el espacio y el orden de la sonoridad conventual en la Puebla de los Angeles del siglo XVIII / Rosalva Loreto López -- Los espacios y los gestos del "otro" : los primeros jesuitas en el lejano Oriente / Leticia Mayer Celis -- Las mujeres en el espacio musical del siglo XIX mexicano / Verónica Zárate Toscano -- Los espacios teatrales, arquitectura y escena : Ciudad de México (1823-1844) / Miguel Angel Vásquez Meléndez -- El teatro como espacio de distinción / Ana Lidia García Peña -- Espacios transformados : el impacto de la reconfiguración urbana de la ciudad de México en el siglo XIX / Anne Staples -- Conquista de territorios = riqueza minera novohispana / Eduardo Flores Clair -- Espacio laboral y vida en familia : las mujeres en la Real Fábrica de Tabacos de la Ciudad de México / Pilar Gonzalbo Aizpuru -- El espacio de las mujeres en el Primer Congreso Indigenista Interamericano de Pázuaro (1940) / Engracia Loyo Bravo -- Abriendo fronteras : espacios de formación y cambio de los Altos de Chiapas (1940-1974) / Cecilia Greaves Lainé -- Casa, calle e iglesias : familias y espacios sociales / Dora DAvila Mendoza -- El espacio de poder político de los indios : la casa de comunidad en los pueblos de indios, arquitectura civil del siglo XVI / Dorothy Tanck de Estrada -- El patio de vecindad como espacio público para la convivencia : Ciudad de México, siglo XVIII / Teresa Lozano Armendares -- Entre dentro y fuera : el Hospital Morelos para prostitutas enfermas / Ana María Carrillo -- Las drogas en el México posrevolucionario, 1920-1930 : el escarceo popular y el vacilón / Ricardo Pérez Montfort.
Baker Berry F1226 .E773 2014

La nación desdibujada : México en trece ensayos
Lomnitz-Adler, Claudio, author
Barcelona : Malpaso, [2016]
Este libro reúne trece ensayos (diez de los ensayos de este libro fueron escritos originalmente en inglés; el resto en espanol), y un bonus ensayo, sobre México en la era del neoliberalismo y la globalización, mancomunando temas que van desde Ayotzinapa, Mamá Rosa, Oscar Lewis, el sismo del 1985, Octavio Paz, las repetidas crisis económicas, Carlos Chávez, y Memín Pinguín, entre otras.
Baker Berry F1236.7 .L655 2016

De Satiricón a HUM® : risa, cultura y política en los años setenta
Burkart, Mara
Madrid : Miño y Dávila, 2017
Baker Berry F1414.2 .B87 2017

Colombia : a concise contemporary history
LaRosa, Michael author
Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, [2017]
Origins -- The Colombian nations -- The dynamics of a political community -- The cadence of unity -- Conflict -- Economic unity -- A common space -- Cultural dynamism -- Daily life -- Colombia and the world -- Colombians abroad -- Peace talk and peace accords: a history.
Baker Berry F2273 .L37 2017

Raízes de Bom Jesus e São José dos Ausentes : XXIV Encontro dos Municípios Originários de Santo Antônio da Patrulha
Lucila Maria Sgarbi Santos and 7 others, organizadoras
Porto Alegre, RS : CORAG, Companhia Rio-grandense de Artes Gráficas, 2016
Baker Berry F2651.B64 E53 2016

Actes du forum international sur les traces de nos ancêtres amérindiens
sous la direction de Rachelle Charlier Doucet
[Pétionville, Haiti] : Fondation Odette Roy Fombrun pour l'éducation, [2015]
Pourquoi récupérer et valoriser notre mémoire amérindienne? : enjeux et problématique / par Rachelle Charlier Doucet -- États des lieux : vers un inventaire systématique du patrimonie amérindien d'Haïti. Inventaire et préservation des sites tainos en Haïti : les roches tampées / par Gilbert Valmé ; Contribution du Bureau National d'Ethnologie à l'archéologie précolombienne : passé, présent et futur / par Érol Josué ; L'art taïno d'Hispaniola et le catalogage digital des collections de musées de la République dominicaine / par Juan Rodriguez -- Vie des amérindiens avant Christophe Colomb : le choc des civilisations. Le projet deu Parc archéologique de la Navidad / par Ginette Chérubin ; En Bas-Saline et Puerto Real : héritage taïno et espagnol en Haïti / par Kathleen Deagan, Ph.D ; Pour rendre pérenne l'héritage amérindien / par Cassandre Méhu -- Survivances amérindiennes dans la culture haïtienne d'aujourd'hui et la question identitaire. L'acte de re-nommer dans la construction identitaire de l'île d'Haïti / par Rachelle Charlier Doucet, Ph.D ; Survivances taïnos et identité haïtienne / par Kendrick Demesvar, Ph.D ; L'apport amérindien à la culture populaire haïtienne / par Eddy Lubin ; L'héritage taïno en Haïti : notre essence indigène est bel et bien vivante et combattante / par Rachel Beauvoir Dominique -- Valorisation de l'héritage taïno : les institutions du patrimonie : mandat et défis. Le patrimonie bâti / par Monique Rocourt ; Pour un aménagement du territoire soucieux de la préservation du patrimoine / par Rose-May Guignard et Daniel Elie ; Un siècle d'archéologie précolombine en Haïti : entre questionnements et perspectives / par Lewis Clorméus -- Valorisation de l'héritage taïno : les institutions du patrimonie : mandat et défis. Renouveau de l'anthropologie et enseignement de l'archéologie en Haïti / par Jhon Picard Byron ; L'archéologie au service du développement / par Jean-Marie Théodat ; Le programme de formation gestion et conservation de biens culturels en Haïti / par Olsen Jean Julien -- Vestiges amérindiens, tourisme et développement durable, défis, propositions et moyens d'action. L'importance des attractions pour développer un tourisme durable - le cas des sites précolombiens / par Pierre Chauvet ; Les contrefaçons : un défi aux collectionneurs / par Michaëlle Saint-Natus ; Pré-inventaire en prélude à l'organisation du Forum sur les amérindiens d'Haïti / par Jean Mozart Féron -- Annexes. Dossier archéologie. Un siècle d'archéologie précolombienne en Haïti : entre questionnements et perspectives / par Lewis Clorméus.
Baker Berry F1909 .F67 2013

Develando la tradición : procesos rituales en las comunidades indígenas de México
Lourdes Baez Cubero, coordinadora
México, D.F. : Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, 2015-
Baker Berry F1220 .D48 2015

Masterless men : poor whites and slavery in the antebellum South
Merritt, Keri Leigh, 1980- author
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; Cambridge University Press, 2017
Introduction: The second degree of slavery -- 1. The Southern origins of the Homestead Act -- 2. The demoralization of labor -- 3. Masterless (and militant) white workers -- 4. Everyday life : material realities -- 5. Literacy, education, and disfranchisement -- 6. Vagrancy, alcohol, and crime -- 7. Poverty and punishment -- 8. Race, Republicans, and vigilante violence -- 9. Class crisis and the Civil War -- Conclusion: A duel emancipation -- Appendix: Numbers, percentages, and the census.

"Analyzing land policy, labor, and legal history, Keri Leigh Merritt reveals what happens to excess workers when a capitalist system is predicated on slave labor. With the rising global demand for cotton--and thus, slaves--in the 1840s and 1850s, the need for white laborers in the American South was drastically reduced, creating a large underclass who were unemployed or underemployed. These poor whites could not compete--for jobs or living wages--with profitable slave labor. Though impoverished whites were never subjected to the daily violence and degrading humiliations of racial slavery, they did suffer tangible socio-economic consequences as a result of living in a slave society. Merritt examines how these 'masterless' men and women threatened the existing Southern hierarchy and ultimately helped push Southern slaveholders toward secession and civil war"--
Baker Berry F220.A1 M37 2017

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