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Transatlantic travels in nineteenth-century Latin America

European women pilgrims

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Published by Bucknell University Press, copublished with Rowman & Littlefield .
Written in English


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FormatHardcover
Paginationxvi, 235p.
Number of Pages251
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25620902M
ISBN 109781611485073


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Transatlantic Travels in Nineteenth-Century Latin America: European Women Pilgrims retraces the steps of five intrepid “lady travelers” who ventured into the geography of the New World—Mexico, the Southern Cone, Brazil, and the Caribbean—at a crucial historical juncture, the period of political anarchy following the break from Spain and the rise of modernity at the turn of the Cited by: 3.

Transatlantic Travels in Nineteenth-Century Latin America: European Women Pilgrims retraces the steps of five intrepid "lady travelers" who ventured into the geography of the New World - Mexico, the Southern Cone, Brazil, and the Caribbean - at a crucial historical juncture, the period of political anarchy following the break from Spain and the rise of modernity at the turn of the twentieth.

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Transatlantic Travels in Nineteenth-Century Latin America: European Women Pilgrims retraces the steps of five intrepid “lady travelers” who ventured Transatlantic travels in nineteenth-century Latin America book the geography of the New World—Mexico.

Get this from a library. Transatlantic travels in nineteenth-century Latin America: European women pilgrims. [Adriana Méndez Rodenas; Bucknell University Press.] -- This book studies the travel accounts of five "lady travelers" to Mexico, the Southern Cone, Brazil, and the Caribbean.

As eye-witness accounts, their books record the rise of independent republics. Transatlantic Travels in Nineteenth-Century Latin America: European Women Pilgrims retraces the steps of five intrepid “lady travelers” who ventured into the geography of the New World—Mexico, the Southern Cone, Brazil, and the Caribbean—at a crucial historical juncture, the period of political anarchy following the break from Spain and.

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Transatlantic crossings are passages of passengers and cargo across the Atlantic Ocean between Europe or Africa and the majority of passenger traffic is across the North Atlantic between Western Europe and North ies after the dwindling of sporadic Viking trade with Markland, a regular and lasting transatlantic trade route was established in with the Spanish West.

For the top ocean liner companies, such as Cunard, White Star, Hamburg-Amerika, and so on, competed for transatlantic travel (as well as steerage passengers headed from Europe for America) and the Blue Ribbon–a prize awarded to the fastest steamship across the Atlantic.

By the s, the average duration of a crossing was days. Liner Transatlantic Crossing Times, – (in days) Note: Liverpool / New : data from P.J. Hugill () World Trade sinceBaltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, p. This book studies the travel accounts of five “lady travelers” to Mexico, the Southern Cone, Brazil, and the Caribbean.

As eye-witness accounts, their books record the rise of independent republics in Spanish America. Women’s travels provide a fresh look at indigenous and.

Perhaps a few books like Mark Wyman’s _Round-Trip to America: The Immigrants Return to Europe, _ (Cornell UP, ) would help you theorize a working-class transatlantic history for the long nineteenth century. Nineteenth-Century Travels, Explorations and Empires, Part I Vol 3 Writings from the Era of Imperial Consolidation, vade Leave a Comment.

A Collection of Voyages and Travels, from the Period of the. Reading North America --"A continent of information": America in the periodical press --Northern exposure: Romantic readers and British North America --"Of such books we cannot have too many": Romantic poets as travel readers.

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The nineteenth century was a period of peak popularity for travel to Latin America, where a new political independence was accompanied by loosened travel restrictions. Such expeditions resulted in numerous travel accounts, most by men.

However, because this period was a time of significant change and exploration, a small but growing minority of female voyagers also portrayed the people and. Pilgrimage In Latin America Pilgrimage In Latin America by N. Ross Crumrine. Download it Pilgrimage In Latin America books also available in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format for read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

This volume explores the historical development, range of diversity, and the structure and impacts of pilgrimage in Latin America. Slavery in the Spanish American colonies was an economic and social institution which existed throughout the Spanish its American territories, it initially bound indigenous people and later slaves of African origin.

The Spanish progressively restricted and outright forbade the enslavement of Native Americans in the early years of the Spanish Empire with the Laws of Burgos of Travel writing is by far her favorite literary genre.

Her book, Transatlantic Travels to Nineteenth Century Latin America: European Women Pilgrims (), was supported by an NEH Fellowship for University Teachers ().

Transatlantic travels in nineteenth-century Latin America: European women pilgrims / by: Méndez Rodenas, Adriana, Published: () Between tyranny and anarchy: a history of democracy in Latin America, / by: Drake, Paul W., Published: ().

A book supported by an NEH Fellowship for University Teachers (), Transatlantic Travels in Nineteenth-Century Latin America: European Women Pilgrims, is forthcoming from the Latin American Theory and Literature Series of Bucknell University Press. You'd never guess it from the title, but this book is a concise history of U.S.-Latin American relations in the 19th century.

(Sneaky!) Sexton frames these relationships through the changing views of the Monroe Doctrine, told mostly through the view of American presidents, secretaries of state, and congressmen/5(13).

In the first half of the nineteenth century, nearly two hundred British men and women toured the United States and then wrote books about their travels.

Their books did much to set the terms for the period's articulation of national differences. in Africa and Latin America as. Latin America as a region has multiple nation-states, with varying levels of economic complexity. The Latin American economy is an export-based economy consisting of individual countries in the geographical regions of North America, Central America, South America, and the Caribbean.

The socioeconomic patterns of what is now called Latin America were set in the colonial era when the. Adriana Méndez Rodenas has been teaching at the University of Iowa since A specialist in Latin American and Caribbean literature, she is particularly devoted to travel writing, transatlantic studies, and women’s writing.

Her book, Transatlantic Travels to Nineteenth-Century Latin America, is forthc. In this book, Hilda Sabato provides a sweeping history of republicanism in nineteenth-century Latin America, one that spans the entire region and places the Spanish American experience within a broader global perspective.

this book situates these fledgling republics in the context of a transatlantic shift in how government was conceived and. Nineteenth-century southerners invested in their futures, and in their identity as southerners, when they expanded their economic and proslavery connections to Latin America, seeking to establish a vast empire rooted in slavery that stretched southward to Brazil and westward to the Pacific Ocean.

For these modern expansionists, failure to. Part history, part polemic, this is a foundational text in understanding the place that Latin America plays in the world today. 10 Black in Latin America by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. My love of travel is sparked by pioneer women travelers and artists, the topic of my most recent book, Transatlantic Travels to Nineteenth-Century Latin America: European Women Pilgrims ().

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Altschul traces the mutating ways in which medieval and oriental temporalizations are used. transatlantic slave trade, part of the global slave trade that transported 10–12 million enslaved Africans to the Americas from the 16th to the 19th century.

In the ‘triangular trade,’ arms and textiles went from Europe to Africa, slaves from Africa to the Americas, and sugar and coffee from the Americas to Europe. on to hinder British–Mexican relations for the greater part of the nineteenth century.

Keywords: Henry George Ward, ‘Mexico in ’, independent Mexico, British– Mexican relations, travel writing Introduction This essay is concerned with how an early British account of independent Mexico depicted the country. María Elena Martínez's Genealogical Fictions is the first in-depth study of the relationship between the Spanish concept of limpieza de sangre (purity of blood) and colonial Mexico's sistema de castas, a hierarchical system of social classification based primarily on ancestry.

Specifically, it explains how this notion surfaced amid socio-religious tensions in early modern Spain, and was. Lines of Geography in Latin American Narrative: National Territory, National Literature (Palgrave Macmillan, ) Aarti Smith Madan looks to the writings of prolific statesmen like D.F.

Sarmiento, Estanislao Zeballos, and Euclides da Cunha to unearth the literary and political roots of the discipline of geography in nineteenth-century Latin America.

Author: Christine DeVine Publisher: Routledge ISBN: Size: MB Format: PDF, ePub Category: Travel Languages: en Pages: View: Book Description: With cheaper publishing costs and the explosion of periodical publishing, the influence of New World travel narratives was greater during the nineteenth century than ever before, as they offered an understanding not only of.

This book looks to the writings of prolific statesmen like D.F. Sarmiento, Estanislao Zeballos, and Euclides da Cunha to unearth the literary and political roots of the discipline of geography in nineteenth-century Latin America. Tracing the simultaneous rise of text-writing, map-making, and.

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Her book, Transatlantic Travels to Nineteenth Century Latin America: European Women Pilgrims (Bucknell University Press: ), came to light with the support of an NEH Fellowship for University Teachers ().

She edited "Women Travelers to Latin America," Review #84—Literature and the Arts of the Americas (), an. Saxton, Alexander, The Rise and Fall of the White Race: Class Politics and Mass Culture in Nineteenth-Century America (London: Verso), ; Stewart, James Brewer, “ The Emergence of Racial Modernity and the Rise of the White North, – ” Journal of the Early Repub no.

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“Travels with Myself is a collection of selected writings by Tahir Shah, acclaimed Anglo-Afghan author and champion of the intrepid.

Written over twenty years, the many pieces form an eclectic treasury of stories from Latin America, Asia, Africa, and beyond. Elisabeth Eaves, Wanderlust: A Love Affair with Five Continents ().Nineteenth-Century Brazil,” Studies in Travel Writing, Vol. 16, no.3, Reclaiming Women’s Knowledge in Latin America.” LASA - XXXVII International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, Boston, “Transatlantic Travels and the Construction of the Literary Authority of Gertrudis Gómez de.