The idea of Latin America

@inproceedings{Mignolo2005TheIO,
  title={The idea of Latin America},
  author={Walter D. Mignolo},
  year={2005}
}
Acknowledgments. Preface: Uncoupling the Name and the Reference. 1 The Americas, Christian Expansion, and the Modern/Colonial Foundation of Racism. 2 "Latin" America and the First Reordering of the Modern/Colonial World. 3 After "Latin" America: The Colonial Wound and the Geo-Political/Body-Political Shift. Postface: After "America". Notes. Index 
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