The caudillo of the Andes

Andrés de Santa Cruz by Natalia Sobrevilla Perea

Publisher: Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York

Written in English
Published: Pages: 239 Downloads: 906
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Subjects:

  • Politics and government,
  • History,
  • Marshals,
  • Presidents,
  • Caudillos,
  • Biography,
  • HISTORY / Latin America / General

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (pages 229-234) and index.

StatementNatalia Sobrevilla Perea, University of Kent
SeriesNew approaches to the Americas
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF3324.S26 S68 2011
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 239 pages ;
Number of Pages239
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25107306M
ISBN 109780521895675, 9780521719964
LC Control Number2010049862

  Craib’s book is not a biography of Goméz Rojas: it is, as the historian Natalia Sobrevilla says of her work on Andrés de Santa Cruz, president of the short-lived Peru–Bolivia Confederation (–9), ‘much more the story of the place [and time] he inhabited than a tale of the man as an individual’ (The Caudillo of the Andes: Andrés Author: Joanna Crow. Since its founding in , The Americas (TAm) has been one of the principal English-language journals of Latin American history. It publishes articles on all chronological periods of Latin American, Spanish borderlands, and related Iberian scholarship.   The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS) will present “Mundos Andinos,” a series of lectures, film screenings, and performances related to the Andean Region of South America, from March 22 through April 11 at venues around the NYU campus. historians practice (book reviews, pieces of original research, etc). Required readings: Joao Jose Reis, The Muslim Uprising of in Bahia (John Hopkins University Press) -Natalia Sobrevilla Perea, The Caudillo of the Andes: Andres de Santa Cruz (Cambridge University Press) -Ariel de la Fuente, Children of Facundo (Duke University Press).

New public works began every day, including an ambitious plan to build a railroad through the Andes. President Ramón Castilla, the most powerful in a long line of caudillos from the previous era, pioneered a series of reforms that abolished slavery, eliminated the head tax on indigenous Peruvians, and started a public education system.   ‎The American Historical Association is the largest professional organization serving historians in all fields and all professions. The AHA is a trusted voice advocating for history education, the professional work of historians, and the critical role of historical thinking in public life.5/5(1). Domingo Faustino Sarmiento. The Argentine statesman, educator, and gifted journalist Domingo Faustino Sarmiento () was known as the "Teacher President" for his unremitting efforts to foster education in his country. He was also an intuitive writer with a prophetic gift who created a classic of Argentine literature. The Rise of Constitutional Government in the Iberian Atlantic World covers these issues and adopts a transatlantic perspective that recovers the voices of those who created a vibrant political culture accessible to She is the author of The Caudillo of the Andes: [The Rise of Constitutional Government in the Iberian Atlantic.

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The Caudillo of the Andes Santa Cruz epitomized a Spanish-American caudillo. This book is an attempt to come to terms with what exactly a caudillo was within the context of the nineteenth-century Andean world.

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The term caudillo originates from the Spanish word for head, cabeza, and describes the leader of a political faction, often linked to a band of armed men. Used in Spain since the time of the Reconquista, the term became increasingly common The caudillo of the Andes book Spanish America during the wars of independence.

His book Facundo (Sarmiento ) is a commentary. Caudillismo, a system of political-social domination, based on the leadership of a strongman, that arose after the wars of independence from Spain in 19th-century Latin America.

The Spanish word caudillo (“leader,” from the Latin capitellum [“small head”]) was used to describe the head of irregular forces who ruled a politically distinct territory.

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This is an important book that will be much used in the classroom.' Charles Walker, University of California, Davis. Caudillo, Latin American military dictator. In the wake of the Latin American independence movement in the early 19th century, politically unstable conditions and the long experience of armed conflict led to the emergence in many of the new countries of strongmen who were often charismatic and whose hold on power depended on control.

The epitome of an Andean caudillo, with armed forces at the center of his ideas of governance, he was a state builder whose ambition ensured a strong and well-administered country.

But the ultimate failure of the Confederation had long-reaching consequences that still have an impact : Cambridge University Press. The Caudillo of the Andes: Andrés de Santa Cruz Born in La Paz inAndrés de Santa Cruz lived through the turbulent times that led to independence across Latin America.

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Argentine Caudillo: Juan Manuel de Rosas, is John Lynch's new edition of his book, which is now out of print. The original has been shortened, making it well-suited for classroom use. The figure of Juan Manual de Rosas dominates the history of /5. The Caudillo of the Andes offers an engaging and fascinating Carlos Aguirre, University of Oregon 'Both scholarly and fascinating, this unprecedented biography of General Andres de Santa Cruz highlights the complexities and many meanings of nineteenth-century military caudillos in South America - in this case, one whose pan-Andean legacy still echoes today.'.

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The caudillo of Spanish America was both regional chieftain and, in the turbulent years of the early nineteenth century, national leader.

His power base rested on ownership of land and control of armed bands. He was the rival of constitutional rulers and the precursor of modern dictators. In this book, Lynch explores the changing perception of the caudillo--bandit chief, guerrilla leader, republican hero--and examines his multi-faceted role as regional strongman, war leader, landowner, distributor of patronage, and the "necessary gendarme" who maintained social order.

Her monograph The Caudillo of the Andes: Andres de Santa Cruz was published by Cambridge University Press in and in it was published in Spanish by the Instituto de Estudios Peruanos. Her edited collection on the Impact of the Constitution of Cadiz in the Atlantic world that emerged from the work of an international network of.

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In Smoldering Ashes Charles F. Walker interprets the end of Spanish domination in Peru and that country’s shaky transition to an autonomous republican state. Placing the indigenous population at the center of his analysis, Walker shows how the Indian peasants played a crucial and previously unacknowledged role in the battle against colonialism and in the political clashes of the early Author: Charles F.

Walker. ReferencesUnpublished Documentary SourcesArchivo Accidentia Colombiana de la Historia, Bogotá (aach/b)n.d. “La epopeya de los Mil Días.”Archivo Central del Cauc. Two subsequent efforts to overthrow Gómez--executed by long- exiled caudillo rivals who believed that their landings on the Venezuelan coast would trigger popular insurrections--ended in failure.

The "Tyrant of the Andes" ruled until his death, by natural causes, in December at age seventy-nine. Until quite recently, the Mexican Revolution was usually defined as an agrarian movement, as a peasant war, with Emiliano Zapata, leader of the villagers of Morelos, taken as its most typical figure.

Yet this interpretation leaves many questions unanswered. It ignores the sheer diversity in both regional background and social goals of the revolutionary forces.

It does not explain why the. His novel Death In The Andes () can be read as a cry of frustration with irrationality and superstition. and the abiding temptation to choose the strongman, the caudillo.

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Book Description: This book explores the life and times of Ecuador's most controversial politician within the broader context of the new political history, addressing five major themes of nineteenth-century Latin American history: the creation of political networks, the divisiveness of regionalism, the bitterness of the liberal-conservative ideological divide, the complicating problem.

This paper examines the efforts of Santa Cruz in the realization of the Peru-Bolivia Confederation as put forward by Natalia Sobrevilla Perea in his book The Caudillo of the Andes: Andrés de Santa Cruz. Rise of Santa Cruz. Born in to a Spanish military officer and an elite mother.So I just finished reading a fantastic book, Caudillo of the Andes, about the life of Andres de Santa Cruz, the statesman largely responsible for the formation of the Confederation.I remembered that it was (accurately) the starting configuration of the Andes in Victoria II PDM and thought I'd give it a go.Natalia Sobrevilla Perea is Professor of Latin American History at University of Kent.

She is the author of the book The Caudillo of the Andes: Andrés de Santa Cruz, which was published in English by Cambridge University Press in and in Spanish by the Instituto de Estudios Peruanos in