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Encyclopedia of Modern Mexico e-book

Author:

David W. Dent

Language:

English

Category:

Other

Subcategory:

Humanities

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1621 kb

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Rating:

4.4

Publisher:

Scarecrow Press (August 2002)

Pages:

376

ISBN:

0810842912

Encyclopedia of Modern Mexico e-book

by David W. Dent


This encyclopedia aims to provide an essential tool for those interested in a better understanding and appreciation of Mexico

This encyclopedia aims to provide an essential tool for those interested in a better understanding and appreciation of Mexico. With more than 250 separate entries covering 15 major thematic topics, Dent's book is a far-reaching reference book focusing on the important individuals, institutions and events that illustrate the modern development of Mexico since 1940. Over 20 million people of Mexican heritage live in the United States, and . Mexican relations have become more cooperative and friendly since the 2000 presidential election of maverick candidate Vicente Fox.

Encyclopedia of Modern Mexico. Historical Dictionaries of Latin America Series. Facts on File library of American History. New York: Checkmark Books. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press. ISBN 9780816043309; ISBN 9780816043316.

David W. Dent is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Towson University in Baltimore, Maryland. author of Historical Dictionary of . He is the author of Historical Dictionary of . Latin American Relations (Greenwood, 2005), Encyclopedia of Modern Mexico (2002), The Legacy of the Monroe Doctrine: A Reference Guide to . Involvemenet in Latin America and the Caribbean (Greenwood, 1999), and the co-author of Historical Dictionary of Inter-American Organizations (1998). Dent is the author of over 100 articles, essays, and chapters on Latin American and . Latin American relations.

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An Encyclopedia of Modern American Humour. Encyclopedia of Italian Literary Studies. The Encyclopedia is a two-volume reference book containing some 600 entries on all aspects off Italian literary culture. This collection of stories, poems, scenes from hit plays, parodies, and feuds, lovingly compiled by a recognized authority in the field, happily intermingles the best humor of recent years with a few rib-ticklers from the past. Major wits and raconteurs too numerous to mention here enliven these pages. The pleasure is all yours. download: An Encyclopedia of Modern American Humour.

Dent, David W. Lanham, Md. : Scarecrow Press, 2002. Encyclopedia of modern Mexico /. David W. Dent. These citations may not conform precisely to your selected citation style. Please use this display as a guideline and modify as needed. Main Author: Dent, David W. Published: Lanham, Md. Regions: Mexico - History - 20th century - Encyclopedias. San Francisco: Backbeat Books.

This is a list of encyclopedias and hical dictionaries published on. .A dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time. Dent, David W. Scarecrow Press, 2002.

A dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time. Joseph Sabin, 1868–1936. Evans, Susan Toby, David L. Webster. Archaeology of ancient Mexico and Central America: An encyclopedia.

Over 20 million people of Mexican heritage live in the United States, and U.S.―Mexican relations have become more cooperative and friendly since the 2000 presidential election of maverick candidate Vicente Fox. Yet our neighbor to the south remains largely unknown to the vast majority of Americans, other than as a tourist destination or a source of cheap labor for American business. This encyclopedia aims to provide an essential tool for those interested in a better understanding and appreciation of Mexico. With more than 250 separate entries covering 15 major thematic topics, Dent's book is a far-reaching reference book focusing on the important individuals, institutions and events that illustrate the modern development of Mexico since 1940.One of Scarecrow Press's first illustrated reference books created for a high school audience, this encyclopedia offers much more than just history. From the Acteal Massacre to Ernesto Zedillo Ponce de León, this exciting work fully explores the rich culture, the depth of achievement, and the creative energy of Mexico and its people. The information included in this volume captures the dramatic transformation that has taken place in Mexico since World War II, emphasizing key events, individuals, institutions, economic milestones, controversies, and political dilemmas. With an extensive bibliography at the end of each entry, more than 50 photos and illustrations, and a section of online resources, Dent has created an exhaustive study that will answer students' report needs and will dispel common misconceptions about Mexico.An essential addition to every high school, public, and undergraduate library. This well indexed volume should also serve as a basic reference for Hispanic-American and Hispanic Studies collections and organizations.

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