Studies in the formation of the nation-state in Latin America / edited by James Dunkerley
- London : Institute of Latin American Studies, c2002.
- Physical Description:
- viii, 298 p. ; 23 cm.
- Additional Creators:
- Dunkerley, James and University of London. Institute of Latin American Studies
- Preface / James Dunkerley -- Decoding the parchments of the Latin American nation-state: Peru, Mexico, and Chile in comparative perspective / Florencia E. Mallon -- Centre did not hold: war in Latin America and the monopolisation of violence / Miguel Angel Centeno -- Man on foot: conscription and the nation-state in 19th century Latin America / Malcolm Deas -- State reform and welfare in Uruguay, 1890-1930 / Fernando López-Alves -- Hollow state: the effect of the world market on state-building in Brazil in the 19th century / Steven Topik -- State and society in the 19th century Goiás / David McCreery -- Political economy of state-making: the Argentine, 1852-1955 / Colin M. Lewis -- Liberalism and nation-building in Mexico and Spain during the 19th century / Guy Thomson -- Weight of the state in modern Mexico / Alan Knight -- Seeing a state in Peru: from nationalism of commerce to the nation imagined, 1820-1880 / Paul Gootenberg -- Nationalism, internal colonialism and the spatial imagination: the geographic society of La Paz in turn-of-the-century Bolivia / Seemin Qayum.
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