Spain and Spanish America in the libraries of the University of California a catalogue of books. by California. University. Library.

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SeriesBurt Franklin bibliography and reference series, 115
ContributionsLyser, Alice Irene., Bancroft Library.
LC ClassificationsZ2709 .C1612
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Pagination2 v.
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Open LibraryOL5630771M
LC Control Number68056591

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Berkeley, Calif., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. Get this from a library. Spain and Spanish America in the libraries of the University of California; a catalogue of books. [Alice Irene Lyser; University of California, Berkeley. Library.; Bancroft Library.].

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Spain and Spanish America in the Libraries of the University of California. A Catalogue of Books. (Berkeley: University of California Press. ) Among the recent contributions to the bibliography of the Southwest, the Catalogue of Books, just published by the Univer-sity of California Press, is of the greatest value to all those inter-Author: Eugene C.

Barker. With its insightful biographies and critiques of the literature, Caudillos in Spanish America improves our understanding of political instability throughout the continent.'Charles Walker, University of California at Davis, Bulletin of Latin American Research'Lynch's study is an important contribution to our understanding of the formative period of the nation-state in Spanish America and subsequent.

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When the Spanish colonized the Americas, they brought many cultural beliefs and practices with them, not the least of which involved death and dying.

These essays explore the resulting intersections of cultures through recent scholarship related to death and dying in colonial Spanish America between the 16th and 18th centuries.

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About the Author. Robert Goodwin is an Honorary Research Fellow at University College London. His two trade books, Crossing the Continent The Story of the First African-American Explorer of the American South and Spain: The Centre of the Worldwere published to critical acclaim.4/5(20).

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For the next three. Jill Kuhnheim received her B.A. from Reed College in Portland, Oregon and her Ph.D. in Spanish American Literatures from the University of California, San Diego. She has been a professor in the Dept.

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