HISTORY 830: INTELLECTUAL HISTORY OF LATIN AMERICA, Spring 2000
FURTHER RESOURCES ON THE ASSIGNED WRITERS, THEIR WORKS AND THEIR THEMES.

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To go further:

Latin American History at SFSU: Key Links to Latin American Resources

Recommended further reading for History 830:

Alaman, Lucas. "Our Profession of Faith," El Tiempo, February 12, 1846, in Joseph S. Tulchin (ed.), Problems in Latin American History (New York, 1973).

Electa Arenal. The Answer: La Respuesta. Including a selection of Poems - Sor Juana Inez de la Cruz (New York, 1994).

Franco, Jean. The Modern Culture of Latin America (Penguin Books, 1984).

Gender Power in the Third World.

Gramci, Antonio. Selections from the Prison Notebooks, edited by Quintin Hoare and Geoffrey N. Smith (New York, 1978).

Giraldes, Ricardo, "Rosaura" in Bradford Burns, Latin America. Conflict and Creation (Englewood Cliffs, N.J. 1993).

Haya de la Torre, Victor Raul. "Indo-America" and "Thirty Years of Aprismo," in Paul E. Sigmund (ed.), The Ideologies of the Developing Nations, (New York, 1972).

Montejo, Victor. El Kanil. Man of Lightning (Signal Books, 1984).

Mora, Jose MarÌa Luis. "The Corporate Spirit" and "Corporate Property and Individual Property," in Joseph S. Tulchin (ed.) op. cit.

Paz, Octavio. "The Meaning of Independence," in Sheldon B. Liss and Peggy K. Liss (eds.), Man, State, and Society in Latin American History. New York: Praeger Publishers, 1972.

Vasconcelos, Jose. "La Raza Cosmicaiin." Bradford Burns (ed.), op. Cit.

Williams, Raymond. "Base and Superstructure in Marxist Cultural Theory", in Problems in Materialism and Culture (New York, 1980).

Zea, Leopoldo. "The Struggle for Intellectual Emancipation," in Sheldon B. Liss (eds.), op. cit.

Zuloaga, Felix. "In Defense of Religion," in Joseph S. Tulchin (ed.) op.cit.