Latin America and West Indies

Results
Belize's road to independence: decolonisation by internationalisation.
Shoman, Assad, Ph.D. (2008), London (Dunkerley, James)
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Colonising science: nature and nations in the Spanish world, c.1750-1850.
Cowie, Helen, Ph.D. (2008), Warwick (McFarlane, Anthony)
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The masses: Jamaica's poor in the nineteenth century (1830-60).
Dunkley, Daive, Ph.D. (2008), Warwick (Heuman, Gad)
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Youth culture and the politics of youth in 1960s Cuba.
Luke, A., Ph.D. (2007), Wolverhampton
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Antisuyu: an investigation of Inca attitudes to their western Amazonian territories.
Martins, Cristiana B., Ph.D. (2007), Essex
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Economic growth in a slave plantation society: the case of Jamaica, 1750-1805.
Reid, Ahmed, Ph.D. (2007), Hull (Turner, Michael; Richardson, David)
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Material geographies of the colonial everyday: diasporic food cultures and the production of the early modern Francophone Caribbean.
Mandelblatt, Bertie, Ph.D. (2008), London (Crang, 0)
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Gender and the management of Jamaican sugar estates, 1750-1842.
Turner, Sasha D., Ph.D. (2007), Cambridge
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Creole in the archive: imagery, presence and location of the plantation worker of two plantations, nearby villages and towns in Trinidad, 1838-1938.
Kempadoo, Roshini, Ph.D. (2008), London
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Wealth and philanthropy: the economic elite in Peru, 1916-60.
Portocarrero, Felipe, D.Phil. (2006), Oxford
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The struggle for the meaning of democracy in Chile, 1988-94.
Valenzuela, Hernán C., Ph.D. (2007), Essex
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Portuguese colonisation of the Amazon region, 1640-1706.
Chambouleyron, Rafael I., Ph.D. (2005), Cambridge (Brading, David A.)
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Santiago de Chile, 1887-1937: urban transformations and cultural debate.
Ibarra, Macarena, Ph.D. (2005), Cambridge (Bullock, N.O.A.)
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'Far from moderate': an account and appraisal of some aspects of the human involvement with the natural environment of the Falkland Islands and South Georgia.
Palmer, Stephen, Ph.D. (2004), Portsmouth
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Ethnographic curiosity and the aesthetics of othering: 19th-century British representations of Argentine Patagonia.
Peñaloza, Maria F., Ph.D. (2004), Exeter
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The civil war of 1891 in Chile: the political role of the military.
San Francisco, Alejandro, D.Phil. (2005), Oxford (Angell, A.E.)
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Cardenismo, Caciques and Catholicism: the political process of state formation in Oaxaca, Mexico, 1928-47.
Smith, Benjamin T., Ph.D. (2005), Cambridge (Brading, David A.)
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Revolution versus revival: the nature and dynamics of Sandinista-evangelical relations in revolutionary Nicaragua.
Smith, Calvin, Ph.D. (2005), Birmingham (McLeod, D. Hugh)
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Domination and slave resistance on Cuban plantations, 1808-48.
Barcia-Paz, Manuel, Ph.D. (2005), Essex (Röhrig Assunção, Matthias)
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Race, gender and nation in Ecuador: a comparative study of black and indigenous populations, c.1895-1944.
Foote, Nicola C., Ph.D. (2004), London (Abel, Christopher G.)
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'Mercurial malabars': the south Indian presence in the Caribbean, with specific reference to the colony of British Guiana.
Kaladeen, Maria, M.A. (2004), Warwick
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Cultural imperialism or cultural encounters: foreign influence through Protestant missions in Cuba, 1898-1959 - a Quaker case study.
Leimdorfer, Karen, Ph.D. (2004), Southampton
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The frontiers of civilisation: history and politics in 19th-century Argentina.
Lichtmajer, Juan P., Ph.D. (2004), Essex
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Governing national cultures in the Carribean: culture and the state in Castro's Cuba and Burnham's Guyana, c.1959-c.1989.
Quinn, Katherine E., Ph.D. (2005), London (Miller, Nicola A.)
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Brazilian railway culture.
Cooper, Martin, Ph.D. (2008), York (Divall, Colin)
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Theories of generational change in Venezuelan political history, with particular reference to Rómulo Betancourt and the 'generation of 1928'.
Ortiz, Marco, D.Phil. (2008), Oxford
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Managing criticism: intellectuals, journalists and the state during Mexico's dirty war.
Watt, Peter, Ph.D. (2008), Aberdeen
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Colonial identities in the cloister: exploring individual and group identity in a Spanish colonial convent.
Nimmo, Evelyn R., Ph.D. (2008), Reading
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Translation as conquest: Fray Bernardino de Sahagún's Historia Universal de las Cosas de Neuva España.
Ríos Castaño, Victoria, Ph.D. (2008), Nottingham
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Alcohol and national identity in 19th-century Mexican literature.
Toner, Deborah, Ph.D. (2009), Warwick (Earle, Rebecca)
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