📒The Mexico Reader ✍ Gilbert M. Joseph

â™ Book Title : The Mexico Reader
✍Author : Gilbert M. Joseph
â™›Publisher : Duke University Press
♣Release Date : 2009-01-01
âśżPages : 808
â™ ISBN : 9780822384090
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French


📝The Mexico Reader Book Synopsis : The Mexico Reader is a vivid introduction to muchos Méxicos—the many Mexicos, or the many varied histories and cultures that comprise contemporary Mexico. Unparalleled in scope and written for the traveler, student, and expert alike, the collection offers a comprehensive guide to the history and culture of Mexico—including its difficult, uneven modernization; the ways the country has been profoundly shaped not only by Mexicans but also by those outside its borders; and the extraordinary economic, political, and ideological power of the Roman Catholic Church. The book looks at what underlies the chronic instability, violence, and economic turmoil that have characterized periods of Mexico’s history while it also celebrates the country’s rich cultural heritage. A diverse collection of more than eighty selections, The Mexico Reader brings together poetry, folklore, fiction, polemics, photoessays, songs, political cartoons, memoirs, satire, and scholarly writing. Many pieces are by Mexicans, and a substantial number appear for the first time in English. Works by Octavio Paz and Carlos Fuentes are included along with pieces about such well-known figures as the larger-than-life revolutionary leaders Pancho Villa and Emiliano Zapata; there is also a comminiqué from a more recent rebel, Subcomandante Marcos. At the same time, the book highlights the perspectives of many others—indigenous peoples, women, politicians, patriots, artists, soldiers, rebels, priests, workers, peasants, foreign diplomats, and travelers. The Mexico Reader explores what it means to be Mexican, tracing the history of Mexico from pre-Columbian times through the country’s epic revolution (1910–17) to the present day. The materials relating to the latter half of the twentieth century focus on the contradictions and costs of postrevolutionary modernization, the rise of civil society, and the dynamic cross-cultural zone marked by the two thousand-mile Mexico-U.S. border. The editors have divided the book into several sections organized roughly in chronological order and have provided brief historical contexts for each section. They have also furnished a lengthy list of resources about Mexico, including websites and suggestions for further reading.

â™ Book Title : The History of Mexico 2nd Edition
✍Author : J. Burton Kirkwood
â™›Publisher : ABC-CLIO
♣Release Date : 2009-11-25
âśżPages : 258
â™ ISBN : 9780313366024
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French


📝The History of Mexico 2nd Edition Book Synopsis : This sweeping introduction unveils the fascinating, complex, and evolving history of Mexico—from its earliest settlement to the first decade of the 21st century. • Maps help students visualize Mexico's geography and where events occurred • A bibliography provides a broad list of works in English on Mexico's diverse history for further study

â™ Book Title : History of Mexico Reader First Edition
✍Author : Melisa Galvan
â™›Publisher : Cognella Academic Publishing
♣Release Date : 2017-12-31
âśżPages :
â™ ISBN : 1516527011
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French


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â™ Book Title : The Mexico City Reader
✍Author : Ruben Gallo
â™›Publisher : Univ of Wisconsin Press
♣Release Date : 2009-09-29
âśżPages : 366
â™ ISBN : 0299197131
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French


📝The Mexico City Reader Book Synopsis : Mexico City is one of Latin America’s cultural capitals, and one of the most vibrant urban spaces in the world. The Mexico City Reader is an anthology of "Cronicas"—short, hybrid texts that are part literary essay, part urban reportage—about life in the capital. This is not the "City of Palaces" of yesteryear, but the vibrant, chaotic, anarchic urban space of the1980s and 1990s—the city of garbage mafias, necrophiliac artists, and kitschy millionaires. Like the visitor wandering through the city streets, the reader will be constantly surprised by the visions encountered in this mosaic of writings—a textual space brimming with life and crowded with flâneurs, flirtatious students, Indian dancers, food vendors, fortune tellers, political activists, and peasant protesters. The essays included in this anthology were written by a panoply of writers, from well-known authors like Carlos Monsiváis and Jorge Ibagüengoitia to younger figures like Fabrizio Mejía Madrid and Juieta García González, all of whom are experienced practitioners of the city. The texts collected in this anthology are among the most striking examples of this concomitant "theory and practice" of Mexico City, that most delirious of megalopolises. “[An] exciting literary journey . . .”—Carolyn Malloy, Multicultural Review

📒The Human Tradition In Mexico ✍ Jeffrey M. Pilcher

â™ Book Title : The Human Tradition in Mexico
✍Author : Jeffrey M. Pilcher
â™›Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
♣Release Date : 2003
âśżPages : 242
â™ ISBN : 0842029761
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French


đź“ťThe Human Tradition in Mexico Book Synopsis : The Human Tradition in Mexico is a book of real-life stories of Mexicans throughout more than 250 years of the country's history. This text does not focus on presidents, generals, and other well-known figures, but rather on the ordinary individuals who faced challenges common to all Mexicans of their generation. Editor Jeffrey M. Pilcher uses these vignettes to explore three significant themes: nationalism and globalization, modernization and its effects on ordinary people, and the struggle for the self. Exploring these pivotal topics, this book personalizes abstract, and sometimes baffling, generalizations on social history by providing fascinating and accessible mini-biographies that will appeal to undergraduate students. In The Human Tradition in Mexico, readers will explore the story of a Mexican Romeo and Juliet, gain insight into the Mexican version of Woodstock, learn to make a fine, aged tequila, and meet the "apostle of the enchilada." These essays, written by a talented group of specialists, will show how each individual contributed to the forging of the Mexican identity as the country went from a struggling new nation to a modern republic trying to find its place in an increasingly globalized culture. This book will enlighten and entertain readers with its colorful and engaging narratives of Mexicans throughout the country's rich past.

â™ Book Title : Mexico s National Sport The Charreada Reader s Theater Script and Lesson
✍Author : Cathy Mackey Davis
â™›Publisher : Teacher Created Materials
♣Release Date : 2014-01-01
âśżPages : 5
â™ ISBN : 9781480767430
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French


đź“ťMexico s National Sport The Charreada Reader s Theater Script and Lesson Book Synopsis : Improve reading fluency while providing fun and purposeful practice for performance. Motivate students with this reader's theater script and build students' knowledge through grade-level content. Included graphic organizer helps visual learners.

â™ Book Title : State Governors in the Mexican Revolution 1910 1952
✍Author : Jürgen Buchenau
â™›Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
♣Release Date : 2009-03-16
âśżPages : 220
â™ ISBN : 0742557715
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French


📝State Governors in the Mexican Revolution 1910 1952 Book Synopsis : This unique book traces Mexico's eventful years from 1910 to 1952 through the experiences of its state governors. During this seminal period, revolutionaries destroyed the old regime, created a new national government, built an official political party, and then discarded in practice the essence of their revolution. In this tumultuous time, governors—some of whom later became president—served as the most significant intermediaries between the national government and the people it ruled. Leading scholars study governors from ten different states to demonstrate the diversity of the governors' experiences implementing individual revolutionary programs over time, as well as the waxing and waning of strong governorship as an institution that ultimately disappeared in the powerful national regime created in the 1940s and 1950s. Until that time, the contributors convincingly argue, the governors provided the revolution with invaluable versatility by dealing with pressing issues of land, labor, housing, and health at the local and regional levels. The flexibility of state governors also offered test cases for the implementation of national revolutionary laws and campaigns. The only book that considers the state governors in comparative perspective, this invaluable study offers a fresh view of regionalism and the Revolution. Contributions by: William H. Beezley, Jürgen Buchenau, Francie R. Chassen-López, Michael A. Ervin, María Teresa Fernández Aceves, Paul Gillingham, Kristin A. Harper, Timothy Henderson, David LaFrance, Stephen E. Lewis, Stephanie J. Smith, and Andrew Grant Wood.

📒The Mexican Revolution ✍ Douglas W. Richmond

â™ Book Title : The Mexican Revolution
✍Author : Douglas W. Richmond
â™›Publisher : Texas A&M University Press
♣Release Date : 2013-03-22
âśżPages : 264
â™ ISBN : 9781603449557
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French


📝The Mexican Revolution Book Synopsis : In 1910 insurgent leaders crushed the Porfirian dictatorship, but in the years that followed fought among themselves, until a nationalist consensus produced the 1917 Constitution. This in turn provided the basis for a reform agenda that transformed Mexico in the modern era. The civil war and the reforms that followed receive new and insightful attention in this book. These essays, the result of the 45th annual Walter Prescott Webb Memorial Lectures, presented by the University of Texas at Arlington in March 2010, commemorate the centennial of the outbreak of the revolution. A potent mix of factors—including the concentration of wealth in the hands of a few thousand hacienda owners, rancheros, and foreign capitalists; the ideological conflict between the Diaz government and the dissident regional reformers; and the grinding poverty afflicting the majority of the nation’s eleven million industrial and rural laborers—provided the volatile fuel that produced the first major political and social revolution of the twentieth century. The conflagration soon swept across the Rio Grande; indeed, The Mexican Revolution shows clearly that the struggle in Mexico had tremendous implications for the American Southwest. During the years of revolution, hundreds of thousands of Mexican citizens crossed the border into the United States. As a result, the region experienced waves of ethnically motivated violence, economic tensions, and the mass expulsions of Mexicans and US citizens of Mexican descent.

📒The History Of Mexico ✍ Philip Russell

â™ Book Title : The History of Mexico
✍Author : Philip Russell
â™›Publisher : Routledge
♣Release Date : 2011-10-14
âśżPages : 808
â™ ISBN : 9781136968280
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French


đź“ťThe History of Mexico Book Synopsis : The History of Mexico: From Pre-Conquest to Present traces the last 500 years of Mexican history, from the indigenous empires that were devastated by the Spanish conquest through the election of 2006 and its aftermath. The book offers a straightforward chronological survey of Mexican history from the pre-colonial times to the present, and includes a glossary as well as numerous tables and images for comprehensive study. For additional information and classroom resources please visit The History of Mexico companion website at www.routledge.com/textbooks/russell.

📒Mexico In World History ✍ William H. Beezley

â™ Book Title : Mexico in World History
✍Author : William H. Beezley
â™›Publisher : Oxford University Press
♣Release Date : 2011-09-28
âśżPages : 200
â™ ISBN : 9780199913275
♬Available Language : English, Spanish, And French


đź“ťMexico in World History Book Synopsis : Drawing on materials ranging from archaeological findings to recent studies of migration issues and drug violence, William H. Beezley provides a dramatic narrative of human events as he recounts the story of Mexico in the context of world history. Beginning with the Mayan and Aztec civilizations and their brutal defeat at the hands of the Conquistadors, Beezley highlights the penetrating effect of Spain's three-hundred-year colonial rule, during which Mexico became a multicultural society marked by Roman Catholicism and the Spanish language. Independence, he shows, was likewise marked by foreign invasions and huge territorial losses, this time at the hands of the United States, who annexed a vast land mass--including the states of Texas, New Mexico, and California--and remained a powerful presence along the border. The 1910 revolution propelled land, educational, and public health reforms, but later governments turned to authoritarian rule, personal profits, and marginalization of rural, indigenous, and poor Mexicans. Throughout this eventful chronicle, Beezley highlights the people and international forces that shaped Mexico's rich and tumultuous history.