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Hemispheric perspectives on the United States : papers from the New World Conference / edited by Joseph S. Tulchin, with the assistance of María A. Leal.

; Tulchin, Joseph S., 1939- ; Leal, María A
Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1978.
ISBN 9780313200533, 031320053X

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Other Authors Leal, María A.
Tulchin, Joseph S., 1939-
Subjects America -- Civilization -- Congresses.
America.
Civilization.
International relations.
Latin America -- Relations -- United States -- Congresses.
Latin America.
United States -- History -- Congresses.
United States -- Relations -- Latin America -- Congresses.
United States.
Series Contributions in American studies ; no. 36.
Description xv, 445 pages ; 25 cm.
Copyright Date 1978.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents I. The American Revolution in cross-cultural perspective -- The United States : revolution, independence and interdependence / William H. Goetzmann -- The impact of the American Revolution on the independence of Guatemala / Reyes Antonio Pérez Rojas -- The United States and the River Plate : interrelations and influences between two revolutions / Hernán Asdrúbal Silva -- The American Revolution and Vietnam / David V.J. Bell -- Why does the United States prevent social change from occurring in Latin America? / Mario Alberto Carrera Galindo translated by María A. Leal -- The impact of the American Revolution in two Brazilian cities : Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo / Antônia Fernanda Pacca de Almeida Wright translated by María A. Leal -- II. Arts and culture in the Americas -- Mexican and North American culture during the first half of the nineteenth century / Jesús Velasco Márquez translated by María A. Leal --The role of private foundations in the development of art and culture in Venezuela / Carmen Cecilia de Mayz translated by María A. Leal -- On the instrumental use of the mass media in America for purposes of dependence / Antonio Pasquali -- Hierarchy and equality : a structural study of two carnivals / Roberto da Matta -- Folklore and ethnomusicology in Latin America / Isabel Aretz translated by María A. Leal -- Censorship and best sellers : some considerations about conformism in literature / Walnice Nogueira Galvão -- Contemporary North American literary primitivism : deliverance and surfacing / Evelyn J. Hinz -- The impact of the American film industry on Quebec society and its cinema / Michel Brûlé -- Hamburger stand : industrialization and the fast-food phenomenon / Bruce A. Lohof -- III. The United States and the hemisphere : special problems -- The Commonwealth Caribbean in U.S. foreign policy : a Caribbean perspective / Basil A. Ince -- War, cold war, and Canadian dependency / J.L. Granatstein -- U.S.-Latin American relations in a changing international framework / Luciano Tomassini -- Transfer of technology : a fortuitious time machine / César Peña Vigas translated by Lillian Morganti -- Argentina's four types of inflation / Marcelo Diamand -- The emergence of U.S. control of the Peruvian economy : 1850-1930 / Heraclio Bonilla -- IV. Pan American veiws of ethnicity -- The Afro-American experience in the south of North America / Gloria Blackwell -- Haiti and black Americans : relations and encounters / Richard A. Long -- Capital or labor? The decision to introduce the Industrial Stabilization Act (Trinidad and Tobago, March 1965) / Carl D. Parris -- Race, class, and culture as explanations of the black experience in the Americas / Anthony P. Maingot -- "Now or never is the time" : anthropology, government policy, and the concept of the vanishing Indian / Brian W. Dippie -- V. Studying the United States -- American culture : an enigma to be taught? / Ezequiel Theodoro da Silva -- American studies, pedagogy, and programs in Canada / Peter Buitenhuis.
Genre Conference proceedings.
History.
Geographic Area North America
United States
South America
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3607561
(OCoLC)ocm03607561
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat

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