9 edition of Government and society in Central America, 1680-1840 found in the catalog.
Government and society in Central America, 1680-1840
Miles L. Wortman
|Statement||Miles L. Wortman.|
|LC Classifications||JL1408 .W67 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 374 p. :|
|Number of Pages||374|
|LC Control Number||81012286|
46 Miles Wortman, Government and society in Central America, – (New York, NY, ), pp. , 47 Lynch, John, ‘ The institutional framework of colonial Spanish America ’, Journal of Latin American Studies, 24 (), by: 8. Central America in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Century’s: An Annoted Bibliography. Boston Griffith, W.: The historiography of Central America since In: Hispanic American Historical Review 40/4, Gründer, H.: Eine Geschichte der europäischen Expansion: Von Entdeckern und Eroberern zum Kolonialismus. Stuttgart
Government and Society in Central America: / Miles L. Wortman / X Man: His Nature and Place in the World (European Perspectives: A Series in Social Thought and Cultural Criticism) / Arnold Gehlen / The Introduction presents the main themes of the book—including families, business, religion, gender, and generation—and provides a précis of each chapter. It describes the importance of trade to the fast-growing towns of north-west England during the period of the Industrial Revolution, and the meanings of the terms ‘Industrial Revolution’ and ‘tradesmen’ (and women).
Wortman, Government and Society in Central America, (New York: Columbia University Press, ); Severo Martinez Peliez, La patria del criollo: ensayo de interpretaci6n de la realidad colonial guatemalteca, 13t ed. (Mexico, D.F.: Ediciones en Marcha, ). I discuss the latter work's scholarly ambivalence regarding. "Blacks and Blackness in Central America" by Lokken "Chronicle of The Maya Kings and Queens" by Simon Martin and Nikolai Grube "Conquest and Survival in Colonial Guatemala" by Lovell "Dictators, Drugs, and Revolution" by Menzal "Government and Society in .
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Miles Wortman’s Government and Society is a serious scholarly study of the political and economic history of Central America between and His most significant contributibn lies in deciphering the fiscal structure of the Central American state(s).
In the absence of a profitable legal export trade, the central government in Guatemala was primarily dependent on tribute revenues until Cited by: ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: map ; 24 cm: Contents: El Reino de Guatemala --The Conquest and the Settlement --The Kingdom Under the Hapsburgs --Cross and Crown --Colonial Society --Crisis and Continuity, --pt.
New Order --The Transformation of the Colony --The Bourbon Reforms in Central America --At the Mercy. Government and Society in Central America, by Miles Wortman Government and Society in Central America, by Miles Wortman (pp.
) Review by: Louisa Hoberman. General Overviews. The pathbreaking work of MacLeod notwithstanding, no book-length general synthesis of colonial Central America exists. Parts of some volumes, such as chapters 2 through 4 in Woodwardand the collection of essays on the colonial era in Torres-Rivas offer nice introductions to the period and region, but a comprehensive synthesis continues to elude scholars.
Miles L. Wortman, assistant professor of history at the State University of New York, Geneseo, wrote the forthcoming book ''Government and Society Government and society in Central America Central America, GOBIERNO Y SOCIEDAD EN CENTRO AMERICA. DE MILES WORTMAN In this discussion, Elizabeth Fonseca and Lowell Gudmundson comment on the importante new book by Miles Wortman: "Government and society in Central America, " (New York, Columbia University Press,pp.).
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A younger son of the first marquis of Aycinena, peninsular-born Juan Fermín de Aycinena (), Mariano was a leader of Guatemalan independence from Spain. He served governor of the State of Guatemala in the Central American Federation from 1 March Died: Ma (aged 65), Nueva Guatemala de.
Notes on Central America: Particularly the States of Honduras and El Salvador. New York: AMS Press, New York: AMS Press, Originally published as Die staaten von Central- Amerika, insebondere Honduras, San Salvador und die Moskitokuste (Leipzig: G. Sanf, ).
Wortman, Miles L. Government and Society in Central America, – New York: Columbia University Press, E-mail Citation» Account picks up essentially where MacLeod leaves off. Wortman offers a more optimistic assessment of 17th-century economic conditions than MacLeod, followed by a skeptical appraisal of Bourbon-era.
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Archer, The Army in Bourbon Mexico, Cited by: Government and Society in Central America, – Book. Dec ; Miles L. Wortman The book is based on exhaustive research, including more than testimonies from massacre survivors.
On colonial economy, Miles Wortman´s, Government And Society In Central America,Columbia University Press,is a basic source. Murdo Macleod´s, Spanish Central America, A Socioeconomic History:University of California Press,is.
History, (Berkeley and Los Angeles, CA, ); Miles L. Wortman, Government and Society in Central America, (New York, ); and Ralph Lee Woodward Jr., Central America: A Nation Divided (New York, ). Peaceful Costa Rica, The First Battleground: The United States and the Costa Rican Revolution of * 1 - Volume 50 Issue 2 - Kyle LongleyCited by: 4.
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Abstract. This chapter seeks to understand contemporary and late twentieth century violence in Guatemala—most especially the horrific state-controlled violence of the late s and s and the heightened levels of violent crime in the early twenty-first century—by placing this violence into a historical by: 1.
A more systematic and comprehensive examination of the entire Bourbon century, emphasizing the social and economic aspects of the reforms, is the book by Miles Wortman, Government and Society in Central America, – 63 Unlike Meneray, Wortman had access to a much larger amount of archival evidence and therefore was able to paint a much Cited by: 1.