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Haunted by empire : geographies of intimacy in North American history
A milestone in U.S. historiography, Haunted by Empire brings postcolonial critiques to bear on North American history and draws on that history to question the analytic conventions of postcolonialExpand
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Rediscovering The Past at Mexico's Periphery: Essays on the History of Modern Yucatan
Increasingly, the modern era of Mexican history (c. 1750 to the present) is attracting the attention of Mexican and international scholars. Significant studies have appeared for most of the majorExpand
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The American colonial state in the Philippines : global perspectives
In 1898, the United States declared sovereignty over the Philippines, an archipelago of seven thousand islands inhabited by seven million people of various ethnicities. While it became a colonialExpand
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Foreign in a Domestic Sense: Puerto Rico, American Expansion, and the Constitution
In this groundbreaking study of American imperialism, leading legal scholars address the problem of the U.S. territories. Foreign in a Domestic Sense will redefine the boundaries of constitutionalExpand
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Fragments of a Golden Age : the politics of culture in Mexico since 1940
During the twentieth century the Mexican government invested in the creation and promotion of a national culture more aggressively than any other state in the western hemisphere. Fragments of aExpand
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Witness to Execution
Author's note: Yesterday's chat on capital punishment was lively and informative. Expand
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Rural Revolt in Mexico: U.S. Intervention and the Domain of Subaltern Politics
Rural Revolt in Mexico is a historical investigation of how subaltern political activity engages imperialism, capitalism, and the United States. In this volume, Daniel Nugent has gathered a group ofExpand
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