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2013
E. Wakild, Environmental Justice, Environmentalism, and Environmental History in Twentieth-Century Latin America: Environmental Justice in Latin America, History Compass, vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 163 - 176, 2013.
C. J. Williams, Expect a stealth leadership struggle in post-Chavez Venezuela, Los Angeles Times, 2013.
P. Gootenberg, Fishing for Leviathans? Shifting Views on the Liberal State and Development in Peruvian History, Journal of Latin American Studies, vol. 45, no. 01, pp. 121 - 141, 2013.
Gy Montero S.S.A., Form F-1 Registration Statement Under the Securities Act of 1933, 2013.
C. Aguirre and Doyle, K., From silence to memory: revelations of the AHPN. Eugene: University of Oregon Libraries, 2013.
Y. Dziewior, Gabriel Orozco: natural motion. Bregenz; Köln: Kunstmuseum Bregenz ; König, 2013.
J. Tucker, Gentleman troubadours and Andean pop stars huayno music, media work, and ethnic imaginaries in urban Peru. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2013, p. 1.
Introduction : cities, sounds, and circulation in twenty-first century Peru -- The distributed society -- The Andean music scene -- Bohemians, poets, and troubadours -- The commercial huayno business -- Finding the huayno people -- Epilogue : folkloric frames and mass culture
G. T. Cushman, Guano and the Opening of the Pacific World: a Global Ecological History. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013, p. 1.
The Environmentalist ManifestoExploding the Population Bomb; 9 Guano and the Blue Revolution; Guano and the Green Revolution; The Geopolitics of the Blue Revolution; "To Fish or Not to Fish?"; Chicken from the Sea; Replacing the Guano Birds; 10 Conclusion; "How'd You Like to Spend Christmas on Christmas Island?"; Silent Spring on Isla Don Martín; Waking Up from a Silent Spring; Select Bibliography; Index 5 Conservation and the Technocratic IdealOrder, Then Progress; The Guano Problem; "A Practicable Soviet of Technicians"; 6 The Most Valuable Birds in the World; Protecting Perus "Billion-Dollar Birds"; Disciplining Workers, Serving Agribusiness; Coping with Resistance; The Lord of the Guanays; Opening New Horizons; 7 When the Japanese Came to Dinner; "An Era of Diminishing Returns"; "Must We Fight Japan?"; Population Bomb in the Central Pacific; The Road to Underdevelopment; 8 The Road to Survival; Peru and the Pan American Conservation Movement; Latin America and the Land Ethic Illustrations and Tables; Preface; Abbreviations and Acronyms; Prologue; 1 Introduction; The Lord of Guano; Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Shit in History; Overview; 2 The Guano Age; In Humboldts Footsteps; The End of the Ecological Old Regime; Peru in the Guano Age; The Nitrogen Wars of the Atacama; 3 Neo-Ecological Imperialism; Guano and American Expansionism; "The Cecil Rhodes of the Pacific" and Workers of Niue; The Age of Soap and Water; 4 Where Is Banaba?; The People of the Rock; The Ecology of Invasion; Phosphate and the Grasslands Revolution; Toward a "Final Solution.&quotThis book traces the history of bird guano, demonstrating how this unique commodity helped unite the Pacific Basin with the industrialized world
[HD] Massive Attack V Adam Curtis. 2013.
J. Manuel Barreto, Human Rights and emotions from the perspective of the colonised: Anthropofagi, legal surrealism and subaltern studies, Revista de Estudos Constitucionais, Hermenêutica e Teoria do Direito (RECHTD), vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 106 - 115, 2013.
Human rights and transnational solidarity in Cold War Latin America. Madison, Wis: University of Wisconsin Press, 2013, p. 305.
Machine generated contents note Margaret Power -- Ernesto Capello -- Sara Katherine Sanders -- Russell Cobb -- Alison J. Bruey -- Christine Hatzky -- Brenda Elsey -- Molly Todd -- James N. Green CRITICAL PRECURSORS TO TRANSNATIONAL SOLIDARITY -- Puerto Rican Nationalist Party, Transnational Latin American Solidarity, and the United States during the Cold War / Latin America Encounters Nelson Rockefeller: Imagining the Gringo Patron in 1969 / Mexican Student Movement of 1968: National Protest Movements in International and Transnational Contexts / SOLIDARITY IN ACTION -- Cosmopolitans and Revolutionaries: Competing Visions of Transnationalism during the Boom in Latin America / Transnational Concepts, Local Contexts: Solidarity at the Grassroots in Pinochet's Chile / Cuba's Concept of "Internationalist Solidarity": Political Discourse, South-South Cooperation with Angola, and the Molding of Transnational Identities / INFLUENCE OF TRANSNATIONAL SOLIDARITY ON POSTNATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES -- "As the World Is My Witness": Transnational Chilean Solidarity and Popular Culture / Politics of Refuge: Salvadoran Refugees and International Aid in Honduras / EPILOGUE -- Desire and Revolution: Socialists and the Brazilian Gay Liberation Movement in the 1970s
S. Garfield, In search of the Amazon: Brazil, the United States, and the nature of a region. Durham: Duke University Press, 2013.
Gyger, Helen, The Informal as a Project: Self-Help Housing in Peru, 1954-1986, Columbia University, New York, 2013.
Latin American modern architectures: ambiguous territories. New York: Routledge, 2013, p. 301.
"Latin American Modern Architectures has thirteen new essays from a range of distinguished architectural historians to help you understand the region's rich and varied architecture. It will also introduce you to major projects that haven't been written about in English. A foreword by historian Kenneth Frampton sets the stage for essays on well-known architects, such as Luis Barragán and Félix Candela, which will show you unfamiliar aspects of their work, and for essays on the work of little-known architects, such as Lucio Costa and Joaquim Cardozo, which will spark your creativity. This book is your best source for historical and critical essays on a sampling of Latin America's diverse architecture, providing much-needed information on key case studies"--Machine generated contents note Gaia Piccarolo -- Jorge Nudelman Blejwas -- Noemi Adagio -- Luis Castaneda -- Viviana d'Auria -- Daniel Talesnik -- Hugo Palmarota Sagredo -- Claudia Shmidt -- Paulo Tavares -- Cristina Lopez Uribe -- Hugo Mondragon Lopez -- George F. Flaherty -- Maria Gonzalez Pendas SINGULAR JOURNEYS -- Lucio Costa's Luso-Brazilian Routes -- Recalibrating "Center" and "Periphery" / "Corbusians" in Uruguay -- Contradictory Report / Mass Culture at Mid-Century -- Architecture under a "New Humanism" / TECHNO-CULTURAL ASSEMBLAGES -- Pre-Columbian Skins, Developmental Souls -- Architect as Politician / Caracas's Cultural (Be)longings -- Retracing the Troubled Trajectories of the Superbloque Experiment / Monumentality and Resignification -- UNCTAD III Building in Chile / Panel's Tale -- Soviet I-464 System and the Politics of Assemblage / Argentina's Cuestion Capital -- Founding a Modern Nation / Modern Frontiers -- Beyond Brasilia, the Amazon / MEDIATED TERRITORIES -- Reflections of the "Colonial" -- Between Mexico and Californiano / Aviation, Electrification, and the Nation -- Visions from Colombia and Chile / Mario Pani's Hospitality -- Latin America through Arquitectura/Mexico / Technics and Civilization -- Felix Candela's Geopolitical Imaginary
P. Tavares, Lines of Siege: The Contested Government of Nature, in The Biopolitics of Development: Reading Michel Foucault in the Postcolonial Present, S. Mezzadra, Reid, J., and Samaddar, R. New Delhi: Springer Science & Business Media, 2013, pp. 123 - 164.
Maestro y constructor incansable, Propuesta, vol. 12, no. 95, pp. 8 - 9, 2013.
T. Angotti, The new century of the metropolis urban enclaves and orientalism. New York: Routledge, 2013, p. 1.
Description based on print version recordMachine generated contents note Samuel Stein -- Urban Fallacies -- Metropolis in the Twenty-First Century: Problem or Solution? -- Urban Orientalism, Planning and the Metropolis of "The Others" -- Urban and Rural Dependencies and Divides -- Enclaves and Orientalisms -- Last Chance for the Urban Village? The Urban-Rural Divide and Food Sovereignty in India -- Orientalist Roots: Palestine and the Israeli Metropolis -- Lessons from Twentieth Century Socialism: The USSR and China / Free-Market Metropolis and Enclave Urbanism -- Latin America: Enclaves, Orientalism and Alternatives -- Looking Ahead -- New Century, New Ways of Planning
New natures: joining environmental history with science and technology studies. Pittsburgh, Pa: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2013, p. 292.
Machine generated contents note Sara B. Pritchard -- Anya Zilberstein -- Frank Uekotter -- Dolly Jørgensen -- Finn Arne Jørgensen -- Kevin C. Armitage -- Michael Egan -- Eunice Blavascunas -- Tiago Saraiva -- Thomas D. Finger -- Stephen Bocking -- David Tomblin Joining Environmental History with Science and Technology Studies: Promises, Challenges, and Contributions -- Natural History of Early Northeastern America: An Inexact Science / Farming and Not Knowing: Agnotology Meets Environmental History / Environmentalists on Both Sides: Enactments in the California Rigs-to-Reefs Debate / Backbone of Everyday Environmentalism: Cultural Scripting and Technological Systems / Soil Doctor: Hugh Hammond Bennett, Soil Conservation, and the Search for a Democratic Science / Communicating Knowledge: The Swedish Mercury Group and Vernacular Science, 1965-1972 / Signals in the Forest: Cultural Boundaries of Science in Bialowieza, Poland / Production and Circulation of Standardized Karakul Sheep and Frontier Settlement in the Empires of Hitler, Mussolini, and Salazar / Trading Spaces: Transferring Energy and Organizing Power in the Nineteenth-Century Atlantic Grain Trade / Situated yet Mobile: Examining the Environmental History of Arctic Ecological Science / White Mountain Apache Boundary-Work as an Instrument of Ecopolitical Liberation and Landscape Change / NEOecology: The Solar System's Emerging Environmental History and Politics
Photogrammetry, Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. 2013.
M. Pollan, A Place of My Own: The Education of an Amateur Builder. Random House Publishing Group, 2013, p. 356.
L. Castaneda, Pre-Columbian Skins, Developmental Souls: Architect as Politician, in Latin American modern architectures: ambiguous territories, Del Real, Patricio and Gyger, Helen New York: Routledge, 2013.
"Latin American Modern Architectures has thirteen new essays from a range of distinguished architectural historians to help you understand the region's rich and varied architecture. It will also introduce you to major projects that haven't been written about in English. A foreword by historian Kenneth Frampton sets the stage for essays on well-known architects, such as Luis Barragán and Félix Candela, which will show you unfamiliar aspects of their work, and for essays on the work of little-known architects, such as Lucio Costa and Joaquim Cardozo, which will spark your creativity. This book is your best source for historical and critical essays on a sampling of Latin America's diverse architecture, providing much-needed information on key case studies"--Machine generated contents note Gaia Piccarolo -- Jorge Nudelman Blejwas -- Noemi Adagio -- Luis Castaneda -- Viviana d'Auria -- Daniel Talesnik -- Hugo Palmarota Sagredo -- Claudia Shmidt -- Paulo Tavares -- Cristina Lopez Uribe -- Hugo Mondragon Lopez -- George F. Flaherty -- Maria Gonzalez Pendas SINGULAR JOURNEYS -- Lucio Costa's Luso-Brazilian Routes -- Recalibrating "Center" and "Periphery" / "Corbusians" in Uruguay -- Contradictory Report / Mass Culture at Mid-Century -- Architecture under a "New Humanism" / TECHNO-CULTURAL ASSEMBLAGES -- Pre-Columbian Skins, Developmental Souls -- Architect as Politician / Caracas's Cultural (Be)longings -- Retracing the Troubled Trajectories of the Superbloque Experiment / Monumentality and Resignification -- UNCTAD III Building in Chile / Panel's Tale -- Soviet I-464 System and the Politics of Assemblage / Argentina's Cuestion Capital -- Founding a Modern Nation / Modern Frontiers -- Beyond Brasilia, the Amazon / MEDIATED TERRITORIES -- Reflections of the "Colonial" -- Between Mexico and Californiano / Aviation, Electrification, and the Nation -- Visions from Colombia and Chile / Mario Pani's Hospitality -- Latin America through Arquitectura/Mexico / Technics and Civilization -- Felix Candela's Geopolitical Imaginary
A. Geuna and Lenz, J., PREVI: architecture, politics, utopia, 2013.
The Shock of the New - Ep. 1 - The Mechanical Paradise - Robert Hughes. 2013.
The Shock of the New - Ep. 4 - Trouble in Utopia - Robert Hughes. 2013.
I. James and Toothaker, Supporters of ailing Hugo Chavez rally at alternative inauguration, The Toronto Star, 2013.

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