Public sphere in Latin America: a map of the historiography

  title={Public sphere in Latin America: a map of the historiography},
  author={P. Piccato},
  journal={Social History},
  pages={165 - 192}
Abstract “Public sphre” is often used by historians of modern Latin America without much concern about its theoretical and methodological implications. Some historians have used it as a model to fit evidence about public debates and politics during the modern period, yet few have engaged it as a theory with deeper methodological and conceptual implications. This article will review the historical literature that has applied Habermas's ideas to Latin American history. Focusing on a few… Expand
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