Peripheral visions : politics, society, and the challenges of modernity in Yucatan

Clasificación: F 1376 P445 2010 | Agregado: 09/10/2018

editado por Edward D. Terry, Ben W. Fallaw, Gilbert M. Joseph, Edward H. Moseley. -- Tuscaloosa, Al. : University of Alabama, 2010.
viii, 275 p.; 23 cm. -- (Latin american studies)
ISBN 978-0-8173-5564-7.
Incluye referencias bibliográficas e índice.
Contenido: Preface -- Introduction -- Society and politics -- The Caste War of Yucatan in long-term perspective -- Casting an image of modernity: Yucatan and the Worlds Columbian Exposition of 1893 -- A measure of liberty: the politics of labor in revolutionary Yucatan, 1915-1918 -- Removing the Yoke of tradition: Yucatans revolutionary women, revolutionary reforms -- The crusade of the Mayab: Cardenista modernization and contestation in Yucatan, 1935-1940 -- Against great odds: lebanese entrepreneurs and the development of modern Yucatan -- The decline and collapse of Yucatans henequen agro-industry: neoliberalism reconsidered -- Religion -- José Canuto Vela and Yucatans "Benign" clergy from Independence to the Reform, 1821-1861 -- From Santa Iglesia to Santa Cruz: yucatecan popular religion in peace and war, 1800-1876 -- The resurgence of the church in Yucatan: the Olegario Molina-Crescencio Carrillo alliance, 1867-1901 -- From acrimony to accommodation: church-state relations in revolutionary-era Yucatan, 1915-1940 -- Some final thoughts on regional history and the encounter with modernity at Mexicos periphery.