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Exiled : from the killing fields of Cambodia to California and back
Cengel, Katya, author
[Lincoln, Nebraska] : Potomac Books, an imprint of the University of Nebraska Press, [2018]
"The story of four families confronting deportation forty years after the beginning of large-scale resettlement of Southeast Asian refugees in America"--
Baker Berry F870.K45 C46 2018

Transición democrática o autocratización revolucionaria : el desafío venezolano, II
Benigno Alarcón Deza, Miguel Angel Martínez Meucci, editores
Caracas : AB, UCAB Ediciones, Universidad Católica Andrés Bello, Centro de Estudios Políticos, 2016
Baker Berry F2329 .T73 2016

Getúlio Vargas : o lado oculto do presidente
Mariante, João Gomes, 1918- author
Porto Alegre : Sfera Editora de Artes, 2016
Baker Berry F2538.V3 M36 2016

Czech refugees in Cold War Canada
Raska, Jan, author
Winnipeg, Manitoba : University of Manitoba Press, [2018]
Baker Berry F1035.C9 R37 2018

The destruction of the indigenous peoples of Hispano America : a genocidal encounter
Ginzberg, Eitan, author
Eastbourne ; Sussex Academic Press, 2018
Introduction -- 1. America and the Native Americans: On the Eve of a Tragic Encounter -- 2. Spaniards and Indianos at the Onset of the Conquest -- 3. The Discovery and Conquest of America -- 4. The Conquest: A Strategy of Cruelty and Destruction -- 5. Institutions of Subjugation and Acculturation -- 6. Debating the Appropriate Treatment of Native Americans (1511-1539) -- 7. Debating the Appropriate Treatment of Native Americans (1542-1585) -- 8. Unintended Calamity or Genocidal Encounter? What did Actually Happen in Sixteenth-Century Hispano-America? -- Epilogue: Lessons about Genocide and the Destruction of Culture.

The Spanish did not originally intend to harm the Hispanic-American natives. The Spanish Crown, Councils and Church considered the natives free and rational vassals entitled to be embraced by Christianity and by the Hispanic culture. However, at the same time it was the monarchy's decision to exploit the natives as taxpayers and as a reservoir of forced labor. That decision made its rule in America exceptionally destructive. The recruitment of the natives to serve the interests of the Spanish Empire under what can only be considered near to slavery conditions, compounded by systematic annihilation of their cultures as well as by cyclical epidemics, led to the near total eradication of the Indians. This book narrates the story of the Spanish conquest and the widespread violations against the Hispanic-American natives. The author ponders on the question why the Spanish Crown and the Church failed to apply the necessary measures to effectively protect the natives, particularly during the first years of the conquest, when exploitation practices were gradually formed and implemented. The author further enquires how exploitation on this scake was made possible despite a constant flow of reports emphasizing the clear and present danger to the very survival of the natives and the profound debates, led by the most prominent intellectuals of the time, challenging these practices. Based upon primary sources and current research on the relationship between colonialism and genocide, this book examines whether the Spanish actions can be defined as genocidal. What lies at the heart of the issue is whether the wide range of exploitative acts implies ministerial responsibility of the Crown and its Councils in Spain and their agents in America, or whether the destruction of the native population resulted from unplanned and unforeseen circumstances, making it impossible to place the blame on specific persons or institutions--back cover.
Baker Berry F1411 .G556 2018

The fire of the jaguar
Turner, Terence, author
Chicago, Illinois : Hau Books, [2017]
Editor's introduction: or why myth matters / Jane Fajans. Foreword: at long last / David Graeber. Part 1 The fire of the jaguar: the Kayapo myth of the origin of cooking fire : General problems and methodological issues -- The myth -- The social setting -- Cultural associations of the symbolic elements in the myth -- The structure of the myth -- The macaw and jaguar episodes -- The final pair of episodes -- Conclusions. Part 2 Later articles : Beauty and the beast: the fearful symmetry of the jaguar and other natural beings in Kayapo ritual and myth (the 2011 R.R. Marett Lecture) -- Cosmology, objectification, and animism in indigenous Amazonia -- The crisis of late structuralism.

Not since Clifford Geertz's "Deep Play: Notes on the Balinese Cockfight" has the publication of an anthropological analysis been as eagerly awaited as this book. Turner's reanalysis of the famous myth from the Kayapo people of Brazil was anticipated as an exemplar of a new, dynamic, materialist, action-oriented structuralism, one very different from the kind made famous by Claude Lévi-Strauss. But the study never fully materialized. Now, with this volume, it has arrived, bringing with it powerful new insights that challenge the way we think about structuralism, its legacy, and the reasons we have moved away from it. In these chapters, Turner carries out one of the richest and most sustained analysis of a single myth ever conducted. Turner places the "Fire of the Jaguar" myth in the full context of Kayapo society and culture and shows how it became both an origin tale and model for the work of socialization, which is the primary form of productive labor in Kayapo society. A posthumous tribute to Turner's theoretical erudition, ethnographic rigor, and respect for Amazonian indigenous lifeworlds, this book brings this fascinating Kayapo myth alive for new generations of anthropologists. Accompanied with some of Turner's related pieces on Kayapo cosmology, this book is at once a richly literary work and an illuminating meditation on the process of creativity itself.
Baker Berry F2520.1.C45 T87 2017

Rhetorics haunting the National Mall : displaced and ephemeral public memories
edited by Roger C. Aden
Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, [2018]
Introduction -- Haunting, public memories, and the National Mall / Roger C. Aden -- Affective presences of ephemeral memories -- Invoking the spirits: a rhetorical séance / Aaron Hess, A. Cheree Carlson, and Carlos Flores -- Before the National Mall: Coxey's Army and the precedent for public protest / Sean Luechtefeld -- The Bonus Army March of 1932: uneasy legacies of protest, dissent, and violence in American memory / Roger C. Aden and Kenneth E. Foote -- The "unmarked and unremarked" memories of the National Mall: Resurrection City and the unreconciled history of the civil rights movement as radical place-making / Ethan Bottone, Derek H. Alderman, and Joshua Inwood -- Faint traces of deflected memories -- Haunting dreams: time and affect in the neoliberal commemoration of "I have a dream" / Michael P. Vicaro -- The haunting of "forgotten" places: nineteenth century slave-pens on the National Mall / Elizabethada A. Wright -- The portrait monument's emblematic and tortured history / Teresa Bergman -- Which souls shall haunt us? competing genocidal memoryscapes and the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum's selective colonial memorializations / Marouf Hasian Jr. and Stephanie Marek Muller -- Oft remembered, oft forgotten: remembering James Garfield / Theodore F. Sheckels -- The National Gallery of Art: remembering the haunting voices of the ghosts / Carl T. Hyden -- Conclusion -- Confronting the ghosts in the national attic / Roger C. Aden.

"This book explores how ephemeral and displaced public memories continue to linger and circulate around the National Mall in Washington, DC. Chapters examine unrecognized historical events on the Mall, selective interpretations of the past within the Mall's sites, and places of public memory hiding in plain sight."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry F203.5.M2 R47 2018

El chavismo frente al espejo : el rostro de la mentira
Luis Alberto Buttó, José Alberto Olivar (coordinadores)
[Venezuela] : Negro sobre Blanco, 2017
La Revolución Bolivariana y la mentira como práctica política : notas introductorias / Luis Alberto Buttó, José Alberto Olivar -- Unión cívico-militar : la falacia uniformada de la Revolución Bolivariana / Luis Alberto Buttó -- Las narrativas como medio de argumentación emocional en dos discursos de Hugo Chávez Frías / Thays Adrián Segovia -- La revolución de los arteros y la mentira del socialismo del siglo XXI / José Alberto Olivar -- La militarización de la frontera colombo-venezolana : entre el contrabando, el bachaqueo, la paz y su enmascarado pretorianismo / Claudio Alberto Briceño Monzón -- Mentira y contradicción : variables independientes de la política exterior chavista / Carlos Castañeda-Mejías -- La estafa continuada al magisterio venezolano en tiempos de Chávez / Ángel Muñoz Flores.
Baker Berry F2329 .C543 2017

Quién es quién : perfiles políticos de la derecha latinoamericana
autores y autoras: Alejandro Fierro, Ava Gómez Daza, Bárbara Ester, Camila Vollenweider, Carola Herrera Napoleón, Esteban De Gori, Gisela Brito, Javier Calderón, Mariela Pinza, María Florencia Pagliarone y Silvina María Romano ; compiladoras: Ava Gómez Daza y Camila Vollenweider
[Caracas] : Celag, Centro Estratégico Latinoamericano de Geopolítica : [2017]
Argentina. Mauricio Macri ; Sergio Massa ; María Eugenia Vidal -- Bolivia. Samuel Doria Medina ; Rubén Costas ; Jorge Fernando "Tuto" Quiroga -- Brasil. Michel Temer ; Aécio Neves ; Geraldo Alckmin ; Jair Bolsonaro -- Chile. Sebastián Piñera ; Felipe Kast ; Andrés Allamand ; Manuel José Ossandón -- Colombia. Juan Manuel Santos ; Álvaro Uribe ; Germán Vargas Lleras ; Alejandro Ordóñez -- Costa Rica. Otto Guevara -- Ecuador. Guillermo Lasso ; Cynthia Viteri ; Mauricio Rodas -- El Salvador. Guillermo Gallegos -- Guatemala. Jimmy Morales -- Haití. Jovenel Moïse -- Honduras. Juan Orlando Hernández -- México. Enrique Peña Nieto ; Margarita Zavala ; Miguel Ángel Osorio Chong ; Carlos Slim -- Nicaragua. Eduardo Montealegre ; Violeta Chamorro -- Paraguay. Horacio Cartes ; Efraín Alegre -- Perú. Pedro P. Kuczynski ; Keiko Fujimori ; Julio Guzmán -- Puerto Rico. Ricardo Antonio Roselló -- Uruguay. Edgardo Novick ; Jorge Larrañaga -- Venezuela. Henri Falcón ; Leopoldo López ; Henrique Capriles ; Henry Ramos Allup -- Jóvenes promesas. Ahijados de la vieja derecha ; Las nuevas caras de la derecha ; La derecha joven extrapartidaria (o aparentemente).
Baker Berry F1407 .Q54 2017

Del Acuerdo de Ginebra a la Rebelión del Rupununi : tres años del proceso de recuperación de la Guayana Esequiba (1966-1969)
Guzmán Mirabal, Guillermo, 1967- author
Caracas : Academia Nacional de la História, 2016
Baker Berry F2331.B72 G89 2016

El alba de la sociedad venezolana : perspectiva desde el norte de Suramérica
Sanoja, Mario, author
Caracas : Archivo General de la Nación : 2013
Baker Berry F2319 .S24 2013

Rafael Caldera, jurista integral
Alfredo Morles Hernández, Tulio Alberto Álvarez, Gehard Cartay Ramírez
Caracas : Editorial Jurídica Venezolana, 2017
Rafael Caldera, jurista integral / Alfredo Morles Hernández -- Rafael Caldera constitucionalista: el enfrentamiento entre civilismo y barbarie / Tulio Alberto Álvarez -- La paz, tema esencial del discurso y la acción política de Rafael Caldera / Gehard Cartay Ramírez.
Baker Berry F2326.C14 R34 2017

De Borges a Vargas : mudança de rumos na política gaúcha (1922 a 1928)
Balbinot, Jonas, author
Passo Fundo, RS : Méritos Editora, [2017]
Baker Berry F2537 .B35 2017

Rio Grande do Sul ontem e hoje : uma visão histórica
Abreu, Luciano Aronne de
Porto Alegre : EDIPUCRS, 2018
Baker Berry F2621 .A374 2018

Historias mexicanas desde Nueva York
González Velázquez, Eduardo, author
Ciudad de México : Ediciones Proceso, 2018
Baker Berry F128.9.M5 G66 2017

1968 Mexico : constellations of freedom and democracy
Draper, Susana, author
Durham : Duke University Press, 2018
Introduction: the movement of 1968 -- The philosophical and literary configuration of '68 : José Revueltas on cognitive democracy and self-management -- The effects of '68 on cinema : the image as a place of political intervention: -- Where are the women of '68Fernanda Navarro and the materialism of uncomfortable encounters -- Remembrances from the womens' prison and the popular preparatory : of freedom and imprisonment by Roberta "La Tita" Avendaño and Ovarimony by Gladys López Hernández -- Conclusion : '68 after Ayotzinapa.
Baker Berry F1235 .D73 2018

De la historiografía a la historia cultural : resultados de investigación
Amado Manuel Cortés, Marco Antonio Velázquez Albo, Josefina Manjarrez Rosas, José Carlos Blázquez Espinosa (coordinadores)
Puebla, Pue. : Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, 2015
Baker Berry F1224 .D42 2015

Practices of resistance in the Caribbean : narratives, aesthetics, politics
edited by Wiebke Beushausen, Miriam Brandel, Joseph Farquharson, Marius Littschwager, Annika McPherson and Julia Roth
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, an Informa Business, 2018
Using folklore to challenge contemporary social norms : Papa Bois, Mama D'Lo, and environmentalism in Caribbean literature / Giselle Liza Anatol -- Shadows pass the surface : decolonial (re)configurations of indigenous presence in Merle Collins's The colour of forgetting / Geoffrey MacDonald -- Acts of translanguaging and marooning as forms of resistance in French Caribbean literature / Paula Prescod -- From anti-colonial to anti-modernist fesistance : historiopoetic transformations of the maroon in selected works of Édouard Glissant, Patrick Chamoiseau, and Raphaël Confiant / Sarah Gröning -- Cultures of resistance : dialectical images of the Haitian revolution in Haitian culture and literature / Patrick Eser -- Postcolonial poetics : El reino de este mundo and the resistance of lo real maravilloso / Marius Littschwager -- Caribbean activism for slavery reparations : an overview / Claudia Rauhut -- Debated existences, claimed histories : black indigenous women's diasporic lives in Costa Rica / Christina Schramm -- Una universidad tomada : resistance performances in the (re)construction of spaces of resistance and contention during the first wave of the 2010-2011 University of Puerto Rico student movement / Alessandra Rosa -- Troubling our intersections : a Caribbean feminist methodology as resistance approach / Andrea N. Baldwin and Marva Cossy -- Practices of resistance and cyberfeminism in Cuba / Sandra Abd'Allah-Álvarez Ramírez -- Racism vs. socialism in Cuba : a misplaced conflict (notes on/against internal colonialism) / Roberto Zurbano Torres -- "Let us be Moors" : conversion to Islam in Cuba / Ilja Labischinski -- Thinking resistance : critique and resistance in the philosophical concepts of Foucault and in the postcolonial and decolonial theories of Bhabha and Mignolo / Marita Rainsborough.
Baker Berry F2169 .P73 2018

The injustice never leaves you : anti-Mexican violence in Texas
Martinez, Monica Munoz, 1984- author
Cambridge, Massachusetts : Harvard University Press, 2018
Divine retribution -- From silence -- Denial of justice -- Cultures of violence -- Idols -- Reckoning.

The Injustice Never Leaves You documents a little known period of state violence in the early twentieth century that targeted ethnic Mexican residents in the Texas-Mexico borderlands. This book takes on the task of explaining why violence occurred, what it meant at the time, and what it means today. It examines a policing regime that killed with impunity between 1910 and 1920. Politicians, historians, the media, and historical commissions of the early twentieth century inscribed a celebratory version of events in newspapers, books, lesson plans, museums, and monuments as a practice of nation building. They disavowed the loss and trauma experienced by residents. The architects of official history and memory, however, did not account for the witnesses and survivors of violence who would pass their own memories from one generation to another. They underestimated residents who would stake a claim in the border region, residents who would share their story with the next generation, residents who would leave records that documented the terror that shaped daily life. More than an act of recovery, this book gives insight into people who lived in a world shaped by violence but who refused to be consumed by it.--
Baker Berry F395.M5 M375 2018

Tesis políticas del comandante Hugo Chávez : fundamentos para el debate
Sassone, Pedro, author
Quito, Ecuador : Embajada de la República Bolivariana de Venezuela en la República del Ecuador, julio 2017
Baker Berry F2329.22.C54 S27 2017

Guayana profunda : un acercamiento a la Guayana Profunda a través de algunos personajes emblemáticos, siglos XIX y XX
Donís Ríos, Manuel Alberto, 1950- author
Caracas : Universidad Metropolitana, 2016
Baker Berry F2331.G83 D66 2016

Aesthetics and the revolutionary city : real and imagined Havana
Kent, James Clifford, author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2019]
Baker Berry F1799.H357 K46 2019

Formas del discurso nacionalista en la cultura mexicana del siglo XX
Miguel Ángel Burgos Gómez, Josefina Manjarrez Rosas, Amado Manuel Cortés, José Carlos Blázquez Espinosa, Marco Antonio Velázquez Albo (coordinadores)
Puebla : Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, 2015
Presentación -- Puebla 1902: los juegos florales : dos personajes / José Carlos Blázquez Espinosa -- El desarrollo del nacionalismo mexicano a través de su música (1920-1930) / Cristina Cruz Carvajal -- Entre invención y construcción: la imagen del indio en el estado posrevolucionario / Amado Manuel Cortés -- La conformación de la identidad campesina en el estado posrevolucionario : los discursos en torno al campesino, 1920-1940 / Josefina Manjarrez Rosa -- La infancia en México a través del éter radiofónico: discursos nacionalistas en 1930 / Esther Cuatzon Mora -- Los sitios de la memoria nacinoal en el centenario de la Batalla del 5 de mayo, 1862-1962 / Erika Galicia Isasmendi -- Tiempos de combate historiográfica: la discusión teórica de la historia en la prensa mexicana / Abraham Moctezuma Franco -- La construción de un discurso transnacional: México y la UNESCO en los inciios de la Guerra Fría / Pablo Acuahuitl Asomoza -- Los debates en torno a la modernización política en México durante el alemanismo / Marco Antonio Velázquez Albo, Liliana Tapia Ramírez -- México en el nacionalismo / Miguel Ángel Burgos Gómez.
Baker Berry F1210 .F67 2015

Sobre la vida civil : ¿por qué soy radical? : y otros textos humanistas
Aveledo, Ramón Guillermo, author
[Venezuela] : Dahbar, [2018]
La vida civil -- ¿Por qué soy radical?. Ser demócrata es radical : reivindicación del centro, alergia al extremismo ; Ciudadanos de uniforme : reflexión democrática sobre la institución militar ; ¿Son radicales los obispos venezolanos? : doctrina social de la Iglesia y política -- Ciudades y ciudadanos. Por la armonía : al agradecer el homenaje de la sociedad civil larense ; Sobre políticos y planificadores : complementarios, no rivales ; Los derechos humanos en Venezuela : memoria ante el Parlamento Europeo ; Más allá de la demagogia y el rencor : la solución está en la Constitución ; Desarrollo económico local : optimismo con base realista ; Política social municipal : solidaridad, nunca indiferencia ; Ética del funcionario local : el poder sin derecho es bandidaje ; Grandes, como los árboles : unidos para la democracia y el progreso ; La carrera de obstáculos : sobre los problemas, inconvenientes y tropiezos del trabajo parlamentario ; En defensa de la esperanza : por la unidad de la Venezuela que sufre y quiere cambio -- Para una nueva ciudadanía. Democracia y autoritarismo en América Latina : el derecho a tener derechos ; El nuevo mapa global venezolano : consecuencias políticas de la "diáspora" ; Dignos de la patria y de la posteridad : Bello: curiosidad, disciplina, trabajo en tiempos de crisis ; Dilemas de la acción política : diálogo político entre promesa y realización -- Los libros, la vida. El poder del amor : presentación de Mi vida y mi legado, sobre Carlos Cárdenas Lares ; Escribo porque vivo : confesión de optimismo ; Galope libre por la llanura de un libro : leer, como amar, es verbo transitivo ; Garmendia, humano y urbano : testimonio de un lector agradecido -- La vida civil en el municipio y su forma de gobierno / Carlos Mascareño.
Baker Berry F2329 .A87 2018

1889 : the boomer movement, the land run, and early Oklahoma City
Hightower, Michael J., author
Norman, OK : University of Oklahoma Press, [2018]
Indian territory to 1885 -- Antecedents -- Wars and reservations -- On to Oklahoma! -- Four cattle kings -- Boomers -- Our sorrow -- The run -- A big boom -- Endgame -- Everybody at sea -- City building -- Born grown -- Status quo -- 1890.

"Examines how key aspects of the Gilded Age contributed to the push for homesteading and townsite development in central Indian Territory that escalated in the 1870s, crystallized in the 1880s, and ended with the Run of '89; and examines the first stirrings of urbanization in the 320-acre townsite that became Oklahoma City."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry F699 .H54 2018

¡Disparen a la democracia! : los móviles de los golpes de estado de 1992
Buttó, Luis Alberto, author
[Venezuela] : Negro Sobre Blanco, 2017
Baker Berry F2328 .B78 2017

El suicidio de Trujillo : reinterpretando el magnicidio del 30 de mayo
Martínez, Orlando R., author
Santo Domingo : Editora Búho, S.R.L., abril 2016
"La presente obra es una nueva interpretación de la historia de la Era de Trujillo, ocurrida en la República Dominicana entre los años 1930 y 1961, desarrollada con una amplitud en tiempo y espacio sin precedente en los estudios históricos dominicanos. Es además, una nueva biografía del protagonista de dicha Era, conocido como Rafael Leonidas Trujillo Molina, que busca penetrar como nunca antes su mente para conocer su personalidad por las manifestaciones públicas. Pero sobre todo, es una nueva interpretación del final de la vida de Rafael Leonidas, al resolver la paradoja de que para comprender su muerte es imprescindible comprender su vida." -- from back cover.
Baker Berry F1938.5.T7 M37 2016

Brazil : a biography
Schwarcz, Lilia Moritz, author
New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2018
Introduction : "Brazil is just nearby" -- First came the name, and then the land called Brazil -- The sugar civilization : bitter for the many, sweet for a few -- Tit for tat : slavery and the naturalization of violence -- Gold! -- Revolt, conspiracy and sedition in the tropical paradise -- Ship ahoy! a court at sea -- Dom João and his court in the tropics -- The father leaves, the son remains -- Independence habemus : instability in the First empire -- Regencies, or the sound of silence -- The second reign : at last, a nation in the tropics -- The end of the monarchy in Brazil -- The first republic : the people take to the streets -- Samba, malandragem, authoritarianism : the birth of modern Brazil -- Yes, we have democracy! -- The 1950s and 1960s : bossa- nova, democracy and underdevelopment -- On a knife edge : dictatorship, opposition and resistance -- On the path to democracy : the transition to civilian power and the ambiguities and legacy of the military dictatorship -- Conclusion : history is not arithmetic.

For many Americans, Brazil is a land of contradictions: vast natural resources and entrenched corruption; extraordinary wealth and grinding poverty; beautiful beaches and violence-torn favelas. Brazil occupies a vivid place in the American imagination, and yet it remains largely unknown. In an extraordinary journey that spans five hundred years, from European colonization to the 2016 Summer Olympics, Lilia M. Schwarcz and Heloisa M. Starling's Brazil offers a rich, dramatic history of this complex country. The authors not only reconstruct the epic story of the nation but follow the shifting byways of food, art, and popular culture; the plights of minorities; and the ups and downs of economic cycles. Drawing on a range of original scholarship in history, anthropology, political science, and economics, Schwarcz and Starling reveal a long process of unfinished social, political, and economic progress and struggle, a story in which the troubled legacy of the mixing of races and postcolonial political dysfunction persist to this day.
Baker Berry F2510 .S38713 2018

Anatomía del pánico : la batalla de Huaqui, o la derrota de la Revolución (1811)
Rabinovich, Alejandro Martin, author
Buenos Aires : Sudamericana, [2017]
Baker Berry F2845 .R23 2017

Juan Bosch : para estudiar política en República Dominicana
Bosch, Juan, 1909-2001, author
[Santo Domingo,] República Domincana : Ediciones Fundación Juan Bosch, 2017
"Al leer las páginas que siguen a esta presentación, el resultado que se obtiene es una convicción: no se puede hacer ninguna práctica política transformadora en República Dominicana sin acudir al estudio de estos textos, su discusión y reflexión profunda. Para ese propósito escribió Juan Bosch cada uno de estos materiales. Como parte de la Colección ±Estudios Sociales); como trabajos para el periódico y la revista del partido (primero el PRD y luego el PLD); o bien como artículos sueltos, Bosch siempre estuvo formulando en ellos una teoría para ser estudiada y transformada en herramienta de una política concreta, siempre revolucionaria. Con el fin de superar su dispersión y de reunirlos en un solo volumen, hemos tomado aquellos textos que se usaron en los conocidos ±Círculos de Estudios¬ y otros preparados por Bosch para la formación política, y los hemos compilado aquí siguiendo un orden que pueda ser atendido allí donde este material se utilice para fines de divulgación y estudio."--from back cover.
Baker Berry F1938.58.B67 A25 2017

New York : art and cultural capital of the Gilded Age
edited by Margaret R. Laster and Chelsea Bruner
New York : Routledge, 2019
Creating the Art and Cultural Capital -- Institutionalizing Art and Culture in the Capital -- Depicting the Capital in Art and Culture.
Baker Berry F128.47 .N53 2019

Edges, fringes, frontiers : integral ecology, indigenous knowledge and sustainability in Guyana
Henfrey, Thomas, author
New York : Berghahn Books, 2018
Edges -- Edges, fringes, frontiers -- Integral theory and integral ecology -- Integral ecology and ecological anthropology -- Steps to an integral ecological anthropology -- Babylon and the 'crisis of modernity' -- Finges -- Overview of Wapishana settlement & subsistence -- A plural reality -- Panarchy in the deep South -- Composite epistemology in Wapishana subsistence -- An integral ecology of Wapishana subsistence -- Frontiers -- Traditional and Babylon ecologies -- Cultural edges and frontiers.

Based on an ethnographic account of subsistence use of Amazonian forests by Wapishana people in Guyana, Edges, Frontiers, Fringes examines the social, cultural and behavioral bases for sustainability and resilience in indigenous resource use. Developing an original framework for holistic analysis, it demonstrates that flexible interplay among multiple modes of environmental understanding and decision-making allows the Wapishana to navigate social-ecological complexity successfully in ways that reconcile short-term material needs with long-term maintenance and enhancement of the resource base.
Baker Berry F2380.1.W3 H46 2018

Challengers of the sea
Wellman, Jim, 1946- author
St. John's : Flanker Press Limited, [2018]
"Challengers of the Sea or brings you face to face with men and women who take on the best and the worst of what the Northwest Atlantic Ocean offers. Read gripping accounts of losing sons, husbands, fathers, brothers, and best friends to the ravages of unforgiving seas. Meet others whose lives have been touched by the sea in a variety of ways. Learn about a woman who pilots a Beechcraft King Air plane looking for everything from icebergs and whales to those who contravene Canadian laws affecting waters off the east coast of Canada. And meet an artist who uses her craft to send a message of the need to conserve ocean life. You will meet two men who work hard in different ways to make the fishing industry in Atlantic Canada safer. And learn about coping. When the bodies of loved ones lost at sea are never recovered, there is no closure for those left to grieve in silence after the rest of the world moves on. Theirs is a special kind of hearbreak."--
Baker Berry F1035.8 .W45 2018

Sentinel : the unlikely origins of the Statue of Liberty
Viano, Francesca Lidia, 1973- author
Cambridge, Massachusetts : Harvard University Press, 2018
Sea-bound comet -- The winter party -- The fondeur -- An American astray -- The sin of color -- The road to hell -- The atelier of the exiles -- Monsters out -- Lighthouses of the world -- Hidden devils -- Queen of the South -- Fables of madness -- Cuckoo apocalypse -- The veiled valkyrie -- Hemisphere conversion -- Revenge -- The American scene -- Stella -- Adorable woman -- Autopsia -- The democratic watch -- Open tomb -- Childrens' touch -- The Phantom of the Opera -- Miscendo utile dulce -- Advise to all nations -- The idea -- Epilogue. Dot-dot-dot-dash.

Icon of freedom and multiethnic democracy, memorial to Franco-American friendship--the lofty meanings we accord the Statue of Liberty today obscure its turbulent origins in 19th-century politics and art. Francesca Lidia Viano reveals that vibrant history in the fullest account yet of the people and ideas that brought the lady of the harbor to life.--
Baker Berry F128.64.L6 V528 2018

The fall of Wisconsin : the conservative conquest of a progressive bastion and the future of American politics
Kaufman, Dan, 1970- author
New York : W.W. Norton & Company, [2018]
The people's home -- Divide and conquer -- The last deer on earth -- The model for the country -- Worker against worker -- The seventh fire -- Which shall rule, wealth or man?.

"The untold story behind the most shocking political upheaval in the country. For more than a century, Wisconsin has been known nationwide for its progressive ideas and government. It famously served as a 'laboratory of democracy,' a cradle of the labor and environmental movements, and birthplace of the Wisconsin Idea, which championed expertise in the service of the common good. But following a Republican sweep of the state's government in 2010, Wisconsin's political heritage was overturned, and the state went Republican for the first time in three decades in the 2016 presidential election, elevating Donald J. Trump to the presidency. The Fall of Wisconsin is a deeply reported, searing account of how the state's progressive tradition was undone and turned into a model for national conservatives bent on remaking the country. Dan Kaufman, a Wisconsin native who has been covering the story for several years, traces the history of progressivism that made Wisconsin so widely admired, from the work of celebrated politicians like Robert 'Fighting Bob' La Follette and Gaylord Nelson, to local traditions like Milwaukee's 'sewer socialism,' to the conservationist ideas of Aldo Leopold and the state's Native American tribes. Kaufman reveals how the 'divide-and-conquer' strategy of Governor Scott Walker and his allies pitted Wisconsin's citizens against one another so powerful corporations and wealthy donors could effectively take control of state government. As a result, laws protecting voting rights, labor unions, the environment, and public education were rapidly dismantled. Neither sentimental nor despairing, Kaufman also chronicles the remarkable efforts of citizens who are fighting to reclaim Wisconsin's progressive legacy against tremendous odds: Chris Taylor, a Democratic assemblywoman exposing the national conservative infrastructure; Mike Wiggins, the head of a Chippewa tribe battling an out-of-state mining company; and Randy Bryce, the ironworker whose long-shot challenge to Speaker of the House Paul Ryan has galvanized national resistance to Trump."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry F586.2 .K38 2018

Decoding Silicon Valley : the insider's guide
Messina, Michelle E., author
Redwood City, California : Decode Publishers, 2016
Silicon Valley matters -- The Silicon Valley you see -- The Silicon Valley you must experience -- Hidden Silicon Valley -- The Silicon Valley mindset -- Breaking the rules ... and other tactics -- Silly Valley -- The road to Silicon Valley -- Everywhere matters.
Feldberg F868.S25 M47 2016

Through their eyes : a community history of Eagle, Circle, and Central
Koskey, Michael Stephen, author
Fairbanks, AK : University of Alaska Press, [2018]
Shared traditions : the people, the land, the river -- A story of Eagle, Alaska -- A story of Circle, Alaska -- A story of Central, Alaska -- New traditions : subsistence, commerce, and shared history.
Baker Berry F904.6 .K67 2018

Une lecture décoloniale de l'histoire des haïtiens : du Traité de Ryswick à l'occupation américaine (1697-1915)
Casimir, Jean
Port-au-Prince, Haïti : Jean Casimir, [2018]
Baker Berry F1911 .C385 2018

Chronologie de l'occupation américaine d'Haïti, 1915-1934
Société Haïtienne d'Histoire, de Géographie et de Géologie
Port-au-Prince, Haïti : C3 Editions, [2016]
Offers a chronology of the United States occupation of Haiti from 1915 to 1934. The occupation began on July 28, 1915, when 330 U.S. Marines landed at Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on the authority of U.S. President Woodrow Wilson. The July intervention took place following the murder of dictatorial President Vilbrun Guillaume Sam by insurgents angered by the political executions of members of the elite opposition. The occupation ended on August 1, 1934, under President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Baker Berry F1927 .C57 2016

Histoire d'Haïti
Port-au-Prince, Haïti : Éditions Henri Deschamps, 2018
Tome I. 1492-1915 (Jean-Chrysostome Dorsainvil) -- Tome II. 1915-1986 (Geneviève D. Auguste).
Baker Berry F1921 .D67 2018

La nueva mayoría : reflexiones sobre una derrota
Walker, Ignacio, author
Santiago de Chile : Catalonia Ltda., 2018
Baker Berry F3101.3 .W35 2018

La société haïtienne et le complexe de la chauve-souris
Pierre, Délima
Haïti : Editions Mémoire, [2016]
Baker Berry F1916 .P54 2016

The American West and the world : transnational and comparative perspectives
Lahti, Janne, author
New York, NY : Routledge, 2019
Shared worlds -- Settler revolutions -- Violence -- Intimacies of empires -- Imperial eyes.

"The American West and the World provides a synthetic introduction to the transnational history of the American West. Drawing from the insights of recent scholarship, Janne Lahti recenters the history of the U.S. West in the global contexts of empires and settler colonialism, discussing exploration, expansion, migration,violence, intimacies, and ideas. Lahti discusses both established subfields of Western scholarship, such as borderlands studies and transnational histories of empire, as well as relatively unexplored connections between the West and geographically nonadjacent spaces. Lucid and incisive, The American West and the World firmly situates the historical West in its proper global context"--
Baker Berry F591 .L315 2019

San Vicente del Caguán : canto de la Amazonía al despertar : un vistazo a su historia
López Hernández, Miryam Zeidad, 1950- author
Bogotá, Colombia : editora Mariela Zuluaga García, 2016
Baker Berry F2291.S193 L66 2016

Encuentros con el estado : burocracias y colonos en la frontera amazónica (1960-1980)
Martínez Basallo, Sandra Patricia
Cali : Universidad del Valle, 2017
Baker Berry F2281.C26 M378 2017

Globalização em tempos de regionalização : repercussões no território
Etges, Virgínia Elisabeta, author
Santa Cruz do Sul, RS : EDUNISC, 2016
Baker Berry F2538.3 .S459 2016

1619 : Jamestown and the forging of American democracy
Horn, James P. P., author
New York : Basic Books, 2018
Jamestown -- The great reforms -- First Africans -- Commonwealth -- Tumult and liberty -- Inequality and freedom.

"1619 offers a new interpretation of the significance of Jamestown in the long trajectory of American history. Jamestown, the cradle of American democracy, also saw the birth of our nation's greatest challenge: the corrosive legacy of slavery and racism that have deepened and entrenched stark inequalities in our society. After running Jamestown under martial law from 1610-1616, the Virginia Company turned toward representative government in an effort to provide settlers with more control over their own affairs and more incentive to invest further in the colony. In late July 1619, the newly-formed General Assembly gathered to introduce "just Laws for the happy guiding and governing of the people." It was the first legislature in America, and history has cast it as the foundation of American freedom and democracy. From that moment on, propertied white colonists became accustomed to freedoms that would have been unthinkable in England. But those very freedoms also permitted the wholesale and largely unchecked exploitation of poor white laborers and non-European peoples. More than nine-tenths of all those arriving in Virginia at this time were brought in some form of servitude or labor contract. This is a pattern we recognize all too well in modern American society-opportunities are not shared, inequality is rampant, racism is systemic. We would like to think these are problems that can be solved by expanding representative democracy; Jamestown teaches us, instead, that these are problems have long been created and encouraged by American democracy. Casting a skeptical eye on deeply-cherished myths, 1619 will be essential reading for anyone struggling to understand the paradox of American freedom."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry F234.J3 H65 2018

Entre lo individual y lo colectivo : cuestiones afrocolombianas
Jorge Iván Jaramillo Hincapié, compilador
Bogotá, D.C., Colombia : Ediciones USTA, 2017
Baker Berry F2299.B55 E587 2017

Madurez para la paz : evolución de la territorialidad y las estrategias en el conflicto armado colombiano
Echandía Castilla, Camilo, 1961- author
Bogotá : Universidad Externado de Colombia, 2017
Baker Berry F2271 .E24 2017

Pottery ethnoarchaeology in the Michoacán Sierra
Shott, Michael J. author
Salt Lake City : The University of Utah Press, [2018]
The burden of ceramics -- Ceramic assemblages and archaeological inference -- The Michoacán study area -- Data collection -- Data analysis : contextual factors -- Use life and vessel size -- Michoacán data in cross-cultural perspective -- Pottery quantification and the Michoacán discard assemblage -- Conclusions.

"Although most ceramic studies describe vessel production and use, the causes and rates of pottery discard are often neglected in archaeological studies. Michael Shott presents analytical methods for determining pottery use life and demonstrates why use life should not be overlooked. Over a five-year period Shott inventoried the household pottery of about twenty-five homes in five towns in Michoacán, Mexico, recording age and types of use. He also looked at a subsample on a monthly basis over two years to estimate the magnitude of early vessel failure that would go unnoticed in an annual census. His analysis of about 900 vessels clearly shows that context does not explain use life, but vessel size does. Bigger pots last longer. Consulting other ethnoarchaeological sources for comparison and cross-cultural perspectives, Shott shows that his results can be applied to other archaeological data sets for determining numbers of original whole vessels as well as site occupation span."--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry F1219.1.M55 S56 2018

Todo al furgón : fotografías entre Campana y Ballester
Barutta, Matías, 1984- photographer,
[Argentina] : Diarios a Pedal ; [2013]
Baker Berry F2817 .B37 2013

Godoy, Javier, 1965- photographer
Santiago : LOM Ediciones, 2016
Baker Berry F3271.1 .G63 2016

Black British migrants in Cuba : race, labor, and empire in the twentieth-century Caribbean, 1898-1948
Giovannetti, Jorge L., author
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; Cambridge University Press, 2018
Historical groundings : unsettled times, unsettled people -- Black British Caribbean migration to Cuba, 1898-1948 -- Migration, racial fears, and violence, 1898-1917 -- The limits of British imperial support : diplomacy after Jobabo and Cuban national interests -- "Cuba got mash up" : British Antilleans between Cuba and the Empire, 1921-1925 -- The racial politics of migrant labor : company town control, and repatriations, 1925-1931 -- Transactions in colonial Caribbean governments and consular policy, 1925-1933 -- The nationalization of labor and Caribbean workers, 1933-1938 -- "The best and most permanent solution"? Repatriation or assimilation, 1938-1948 -- Race, nation, and empire.
Baker Berry F1789.N3 G56 2018