Latin America & Spain

  • A Spanish Woman in Love and War

    A Spanish Woman in Love and War

    Constancia de la Mora

    By Soledad Fox

    Constancia de la Mora's fame seemed guaranteed by the compelling story of her life. She had been an aristocrat turned Communist, a celebrated author, and an international political figure whose acquaintances and collaborators included Stalin, Eleanor Roosevelt, Ernest Hemingway, Tina Modotti, Vittorio Vidali, and...

    Paper - 9781845194475 - $ 29.95

  • Alcala Zamora and the Failure of the Spanish Republic, 1931-1936

    Alcala Zamora and the Failure of the Spanish Republic, 1931-1936

    By Stanley G. Payne

    The Second Spanish Republic (1931-36) was the only new liberal democratic regime to emerge in Europe during the 1930s. Historians, however, have focused primarily on the Civil War of 1936-39 that followed, devoting much less attention to the parliamentary regime that preceded it. This book deals...

    Paper - 9781845198589 - $ 34.95

  • Ashes and Granite

    Ashes and Granite

    Destruction and Reconstruction in the Spanish Civil War and Its Aftermath

    By Olivia Muñoz-Rojas

    In this book, author Olivia Munoz-Rojas looks at the Spanish Civil War and its aftermath, critically examining the wartime destruction and post-war rebuilding of three prominent sites: Madrid, Bilbao, and Barcelona. Each case highlights different dimensions of...

    Cloth - 9781845194369 - $ 90.00

  • Belize: Tracking the Path of Its History

    Belize: Tracking the Path of Its History

    From the Heart of the Maya Empire to a Retreat for Buccaneers, a Safe-Haven for Ex-Pirates and Pioneers, a Crown Colony and a Modern Nation

    By Renate J. Mayr

    The country of Belize belies its geographical location in Central America. It is a sparsely populated, English-speaking enclave perched between Spanish-speaking Mexico...

    Paper - 9783643904812 - $ 69.95

  • Catholicism, War and the Foundation of Francoism

    Catholicism, War and the Foundation of Francoism

    The Juventud de Acci??n Popular in Spain, 1931-1939

    By Sid Lowe

    Spain's first democracy was announced to popular jubilation in April 1931, a new dawn ushered in without a single shot being fired. Yet just over five years later, the country was plunged into a brutal civil war that resulted in...

    Cloth - 9781845193737 - $ 74.95

  • City Indians in Spain's American Empire

    City Indians in Spain's American Empire

    Urban Indigenous Society in Colonial Mesoamerica and Andean South America, 1530-1810

    Edited by: Dana Velasco Murillo, Mark Lentz, Margarita R. Ochoa

    This book brings together the pioneering work of scholars of urban Indians in colonial Latin America. An important but understudied segment of colonial society, urban Indians composed a...

    Cloth - 9781845194413 - $ 74.95

  • Competition Law and Policy in Latin America

    Competition Law and Policy in Latin America

    Edited by: Eleanor M. Fox, D. Daniel Sokol

    This book offers an unparalleled analysis of the emerging law and economics of competition policy in Latin America. Nearly all Latin American countries now have competition laws and agencies to enforce them. Yet, these laws and agencies are relatively young. The...

    Cloth - 9781841138824 - $ 190.00

  • Constancia de la Mora in War and Exile

    Constancia de la Mora in War and Exile

    International Voice for the Spanish Republic

    By Soledad Fox

    Constancia de la Mora's fame seemed guaranteed by the compelling story of her life. She had been an aristocrat turned Communist, a celebrated author, and an international political figure whose acquaintances and collaborators included Stalin, Eleanor Roosevelt, Ernest Hemingway, Tina Modotti, Vittorio...

    Cloth - 9781845191665 - $ 55.00

  • Contemporary Central American Fiction

    Contemporary Central American Fiction

    Gender, Subjectivity and Affect

    This book is a series of original, critical meditations on short stories and novels from Central America between 1995 and 2016. During the Cold War, literary art in Central America, as in Latin America in general, was strongly over-determined by the politics of the Cold War, which...

    Cloth - 9781845198602 - $ 64.95

  • Democracy in Chile

    Democracy in Chile

    The Legacy of September 11, 1973

    Edited by: Silvia Nagy-Zekmi, Fernando Leiva

    In the 1990s, Latin America emerged from the horror of massive and systematic human rights violations as the region returned to civilian elected regimes. Many hoped that such transitions would bring about significant political, economic and cultural change-the...

    Paper - 9781845192020 - $ 29.95