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Latin American popular culture : an introduction / William H. Beezley and Linda A. Curcio-Nagy, editors.

Other author/creatorBeezley, William H.
Other author/creatorCurcio, Linda Ann.
Format Book and Print
Publication InfoWilmington, Del. : SR Books, 2000.
Descriptionxxiii, 255 pages ; 24 cm
Subject(s)
Partial contents Piety and public space : the cemetery campaign in Veracruz, 1789-1810 / Pamela Voekel -- Church, Humboldt, and Darwin : the tension and harmony of art and science / Stephen Jay Gould -- Black Kings, blackface carnival, and nineteenth-century origins of the Tango / John Charles Chasteen -- Peddling the pampas : Argentina at the Paris Universal Exposition of 1889 / Ingred E. Fey -- Death and disorder in Mexico City : the state funeral of Mauel Romero Rubio / Matthew D. Esposito -- Images of Indians in the construction of Ecuadorian identity at the end of the nineteenth century / Blanca Muratoria -- Many chiefs in the national kitchen : cookbooks and identity in nineteenth century Mexico / Jeffery M. Pilcher -- Portraits of a possible nation : photographing medicine in Brazil / Nancy Leys Stepan -- The new order : diversions and modernization in turn-of-the-century Lima / Fanni Muǫz Cabrejo -- From the ruins of the ancien rǧime : Mexico's monument to the revolution / Thomas L. Benjamin -- Racial parity and national humor : exploring Brazilian Samba from Noel Rosa to Carmen Miranda / Dariň J. Davis -- Oil, race, and Calypso in Trinidad and Tobago, 1909-1990 / Graham E. Holton -- The dictator's seduction : gender and state spectacle during the Trujillo Regime / Lauren H. Derby.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references and index.
LCCN 00029665
ISBN0842027106 (alk. paper)
ISBN0842027114 (paper)

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