A community of interests: a social history of the British in Buenos Aires, 1860-1914
Argentina--Foreign Relations--Great Britain
Great Britain--Foreign Relations--Argentina
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Tierras, Regiones Y Zonas: Poéticas y políticas de espacios no-urbanos en los sesenta en Brasil y Argentina Sadek, Isis (2008-04-17)This dissertation examines the ways in which non-urban spaces were approached as objects of knowledge in Argentine and Brazilian essays, chronicles, and films in the 1960s. It is comprised of three case-studies. The first ...
War, Photography, and Visual Citizens: Territorial and Visual Expansion in the Construction of Chile and Argentina (1860s-1880s) Marini, Candela (2018)This dissertation explores the development of war photography in crucial decades of the construction of Chile and Argentina as nation-states (1860s-1880s). This was a moment of intense change and expansion of visual media, ...
Bessner, Daniel (2013)What accounts for the rise of defense intellectuals in the early Cold War? Why did these academics reject university life to accept positions in the foreign policy establishment? Why were so many of German origin? "The Night ...