Discusses the social issues in Latin American culture that are presented in Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s novel The Chronicle of a Death Foretold.
This paper discusses the destruction of the Aztec Empire the advanced Mexican civilization, by the 16th Century Spanish invaders: Cortes, Spaniards’ needs and aims, depopulation of Indians and Montezuma.
This paper discusses the interaction between peoples of the Eastern and Western hemispheres when Columbus discovered the New World and the bi-directional effect on each set of cultures and environmental conditions.
Argues the potential benefits for society of a Marxist revolution and cites the reasons for the failed Marxist revolutions in Nicaragua, Cuba and Grenada.
Discussion of the history and impact of U.S. foreign policy toward Nicaragua. Emphasis is placed on the effects of the Contra war.
Shows Mexico’s objections to nuclear testing by its sentiments towards France when the French went against the 2001 Test-Ban Treaty.
An overview the political, social and economic aspects of this Latin American country.
Examines the U.S. government’s policy of sterilizing Latin-American women immigrants within the context of the film, `L’Operacion.
This paper compares the history of various countries during 1919-1945.
A review of Anne Rubenstein’s book Bad Language, Naked Ladies, and other Threats to the Nation: A Political History of Comic Books in Mexico.