Author: Lilian del Castillo-LabordePublish On: 2008-03-27
Floro Costa, Angel, La Canalización del Estuario del Río de la Plata, Coni
Hermanos, Buenos Aires, 1906. Frenkel, Leopoldo, 'El Estatuto Internacional del Río de la Plata', Revista Jurídica Argentina La Ley, Volume 1975–B, La Ley,
Author: Lilian del Castillo-Laborde
In a thorough study of this international River and its adjacent maritime zone, the book explores both in the Treaty and in its subsequent practice, the regime and practice of jurisdiction, navigation, fisheries, works, and pollution prevention among other issues.
Author: David William FosterPublish On: 2013-12-06
Revista del Rio de la Plata 1 (4): 556- 585. Translated by Angel Flores under the
title The Slaughterhouse (Adam 179 : 5-13). Epstein, Julia, and Kristina
Straub, eds. 1991. Body Guards: The Cultural Politics of Gender Ambiguity.
Author: David William Foster
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Since the 1991 publication of his groundbreaking book Gay and Lesbian Themes in Latin American Writing, David William Foster has proposed a series of theoretical and critical principles for the analysis of Latin American culture from the perspectives of the queer. This book continues that project with a queer reading of literary and cultural aspects of Latin American texts. Moving beyond its predecessor, which provided an initial inventory of Latin American gay and lesbian writing, Sexual Textualities analyzes questions of gender representation in Latin American cultural productions to establish the interrelationships, tensions, and irresolvable conflicts between heterosexism and homoeroticism. The topics that Foster addresses include Eva Peron as a cultural/sexual icon, feminine pornography, Luis Humberto Hermosillo's classic gay film Doña Herlinda y su hijo, homoerotic writing and Chicano authors, Matias Montes Huidobro's Exilio and the representation of gay identity, representation of the body in Alejandra Pizarnik's poetry, and the crisis of masculinity in Argentine fiction from 1940 to 1960.
En la sesion de la Convencion de la Provincia para la reforma de su Constituiion
del i8 de Julio de i87i" (in Revista del Rio de la Plata, no. 2, i87i: 275-289). In a
plea for total religious freedom, free from favoritism, Cambaceres said: That ...
Author: Eugenio Cambacérès
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
"In bold strokes and forceful scenes, Cambaceres describes the vibrant culture of fin-de-siecle Buenos Aires. Written when heavy waves of immigration were rapidly transforming Buenosairean culture, the book raises the issue of mestization, or the mixing of races, as well as the creation of a new dominant class. As a new addition to the already-acclaimed Library of Latin America, Pot Pourri will claim its rightful place alongside other major works of Latin American literature."--BOOK JACKET.
Pedro S. Lamas, “La orientación económica del mensaje, La industria nacional,
Un gran plan de gobierno,” Revista Económica (del Río de la Plata), May 10,
1899, 56 42. “Crónica Parlamentaria, Senado,” El Correo Español, December 13,
Author: Steven Bryan
Publisher: Columbia University Press
By the end of the nineteenth century, the world was ready to adopt the gold standard out of concerns of national power, prestige, and anti-English competition. Yet although the gold standard allowed countries to enact a virtual single world currency, the years before World War I were not a time of unfettered liberal economics and one-world, one-market harmony. Outside of Europe, the gold standard became a tool for nationalists and protectionists primarily interested in growing domestic industry and imperial expansion. This overlooked trend, provocatively reassessed in Steven Bryan's well-documented history, contradicts our conception of the gold standard as a British-based system infused with English ideas, interests, and institutions. In countries like Japan and Argentina, where nationalist concerns focused on infant-industry protection and the growth of military power, the gold standard enabled the expansion of trade and the goals of the age: industry and empire. Bryan argues that these countries looked less to Britain and more to North America and the rest of Europe for ideological models. Not only does this history challenge our idealistic notions of the prewar period, but it also reorients our understanding of the history that followed. Policymakers of the 1920s latched onto the idea that global prosperity before World War I was the result of a system dominated by English liberalism. Their attempt to reproduce this triumph helped bring about the global downturn, the Great Depression, and the collapse of the interwar world.
Author: National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on a Treatise on Marine Ecology and PaleoecologyPublish On: 1955
1-7 , 1938 , Frenguelli , Joaquin , Diatomeas del Golfo de San Matias ( Rio Negro
) : Revista del Museo de la Plata ( Mueva Serie ) , Tomo 2 , Sección Botanica , pp
. 201-226 , pl . 1-2 , 1939 . NON - MARINE Frenguelli , Joaquin , Diatomeas ...
Author: National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on a Treatise on Marine Ecology and Paleoecology
... 1852 ) Revista del Río de la Plata ( 1871 – 1877 ) Revue de Deux Mondes (
Paris , 1838 – 1845 ) BOOKS , ARTICLES , AND MONOGRAPHS Alberdi , Juan
Bautista . Bases y puntos de partida para la organización política de la República
Author: William H. Katra
Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press
"An informative and well-written study of the Generation of 1837, whose members were instrumental in forging a modern liberal nation out of a near-empty, unorganized Argentine polity. Uses chronological approach, following the ideas and public profiles of these men through five decades of political tumult. Study is especially strong in its detailed treatment of the bitter debates and problematic relations between the various pensadores. Based not only on standard published sources, but also on archival documentation and little-known newspaper articles of the era"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.
“La Guerra de Sucesión en el Río de la Plata y las consecuencias del Tratado de
Utrecht.” Revista Lotería 338–39 (1984): 114–29. Nacuzzi, Lidia R. “Los
cacicazgos del siglo XVIII en ámbitos de frontera de PampaPatagonia y el Chaco
Author: Saliha Belmessous
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Most histories of European appropriation of indigenous territories have, until recently, focused on conquest and occupation, while relatively little attention has been paid to the history of treaty-making. Yet treaties were also a means of extending empire. To grasp the extent of European legal engagement with indigenous peoples, Empire by Treaty: Negotiating European Expansion, 1600-1900 looks at the history of treaty-making in European empires (Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, French and British) from the early 17th to the late 19th century, that is, during both stages of European imperialism. While scholars have often dismissed treaties assuming that they would have been fraudulent or unequal, this book argues that there was more to the practice of treaty-making than mere commercial and political opportunism. Indeed, treaty-making was also promoted by Europeans as a more legitimate means of appropriating indigenous sovereignties and acquiring land than were conquest or occupation, and therefore as a way to reconcile expansion with moral and juridical legitimacy. As for indigenous peoples, they engaged in treaty-making as a way to further their interests even if, on the whole, they gained far less than the Europeans from those agreements and often less than they bargained for. The vexed history of treaty-making presents particular challenges for the great expectations placed in treaties for the resolution of conflicts over indigenous rights in post-colonial societies. These hopes are held by both indigenous peoples and representatives of the post-colonial state and yet, both must come to terms with the complex and troubled history of treaty-making over 300 years of empire. Empire by Treaty looks at treaty-making in Dutch colonial expansion, the Spanish-Portuguese border in the Americas, aboriginal land in Canada, French colonial West Africa, and British India.
Revista Peruana de Derecho lnternacional Vol. 15 Nos. 47-48, Jan. -Dec. 1955,
pp. 76-99. Texts with ... "Operacion lnflamar: Estudio sobre lntegration de los
Sistemas Amazonas y Rio de la Plata." Revista ALAMAR Aug. 1965 1095
Author: Martin Ira Glassner
Publisher: M.E. Sharpe
Now fully revised and expanded, this is the only available bibliography on the subject of "land-lockedness" and its effects on economic development. Reflecting its expanded title, this new edition includes not only updated information on the plight of land-locked countries, but also their current levels of economic development and their role in international law, such as the International Law of the Sea, Kyoto Protocol on Greenhouse Gas Emissions, and international pipeline agreements. The volume lists thousands of primary and secondary source materials for research, including books, monographs, journals, governmental reports, NGO publications, and unpublished materials. The book is truly international in scope, with listings in 29 languages.
Ramos Mejía, José María. Las multitudes argentinas. Rosario: Editorial
Biblioteca, I974. . Las neurosis de los hombres célebres en la historia argentina.
Buenos Aires: Anaconda, 1936. Revista Río de la Plata: Culturas. Sarmiento. Su
Author: Diana Sorensen Goodrich
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Domingo F. Sarmiento's classic 1845 essay Facundo, Civilizacion y Barbarie opened an inquiry into the nature of Argentinian culture that continues to the present day. In this elegantly written study, Diana Sorensen Goodrich explores the varied, and often conflicting, readings that Facundo has received since its publication and shows how these readings have contributed to the making and remaking of the Argentine nation and its culture. Goodrich's analysis sheds new light on the intersection between canon formation and nation-building. While much has been written about Facundo as a primary text in Latin American letters, this is the first study that locates it within the problematics of canon formation and the cultural, social, and political contexts in which conflicting interpretations are constructed. This new approach to Facundo illuminates the interactions among institutions, cultural ideologies, and political life. This book will be important reading for everyone interested in questions of national identity and the institutionalization of a national tradition.
Author: Monroe Gutman Professor of Latin American Affairs and Radcliffe Alumnae Professor Tamar HerzogPublish On: 2004
Mariluz Urquijo , J . M . Ensayo sobre los juicios de residencia indianos . Seville ,
1952 . - Orígenes de la burocracia rioplatense . Buenos Aires , 1974 . - . “ El
asesor letrado del virreinato del Río de la Plata . ” Revista de historia del derecho
Author: Monroe Gutman Professor of Latin American Affairs and Radcliffe Alumnae Professor Tamar Herzog
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
Explores the close relationship between judicial institutions and the social fabric of early modern Quito
Both stories appeared in Julio Cortázar, Final del juego (Buenos Aires:
Sudamericana, 1974). I have studied them in detail in the context of Cortázar's
perspective on the uncanny in my Figuras furiosas (Paris: Revista Rio de la Plata,
Author: Alicia Borinsky
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Alicia Borinsky argues that the contemporary Latin American novel does not just ingeniously dismantle the referential claims of the more traditional novel; it offers a postmodern version of the lessons taught by fiction. Latin American fiction, perhaps the most inventive literature of recent decades, seems marked by its self-reflexivity, by its playful relationship to history and the everyday, and by its concerns with the ways in which language works. But is it, Borinsky asks, really a literature whose primary goal is to raise metafictional questions about writing and reading? While the effects of this literature include dismantling the illusions of realism, naturalism, and historicism, the haunting and disturbing energy of its major works lies in their capacity of invoke a region beyond literature through literature. Theoretical Fables progresses by way of close readings of the works of eight canonical—and not quite canonical—Latin American Authors. Borinsky argues that the Latin American "theoretical fable" has its origins in the work of the early twentieth-century Argentinean writer Macedonio Fernández. In this light she studies the works of Jorge Luis Borges, Gabriel Garcia Márquez, Julio Cortázar, José Donoso, Adolfo Bioy Cesares, Manuel Puig, and Maria Luisa Bombal.
“Bonpland's Useful Exertions in the Region Watered by the River La Plata. ...
Cady, John F. Foreign Intervention in the Rio de la Plata, 1838–50: A Study of
French, British, and American Policy in Relation to the ... Revista bibliography
Author: Stephen Bell
Publisher: Stanford University Press
French naturalist and medical doctor Aimé Bonpland (1773–1858) was one of the most important scientific explorers of South America in the early nineteenth century. From 1799 to 1804, he worked alongside Alexander von Humboldt as the latter carried out his celebrated research in northern South America, but he later returned to conduct his own research farther south. A Life in Shadow accounts for the entire span of Bonpland's remarkable and diverse career in South America—in Argentina, Paraguay (where he was imprisoned for nearly a decade), Uruguay, and southernmost Brazil—based on extensive archival material. The study reconnects Bonpland's divided records in Europe and South America and delves into his studies of rural resources in interior regions of South America, including experimental cultivation techniques. This is a fascinating account of a man—a doctor, farmer, rancher, scientific explorer, and political conspirator—who interacted in many revealing ways with the evolving societies and institutions of South America.
13 Revista de la Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad Complutense , 1979 III .
FISHERIES IN ... El Derecho Internacional de Pesquería y su aplicación al
problema de la pesca en el Frente Marítimo del Río de la Plata ” . Buenos Aires .
Author: José Antonio de Yturriaga
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
Until recently, the international community failed to adopt either an agreed limit for the breadth of the territorial sea or a satisfactory regime of fisheries in the waters adjacent to the territorial sea. This provoked an eruption of unilateral acts by which coastal states extended their jurisdiction towards the high seas. The Third U.N. Conference on the Law of the Sea accepted the establishment of a 12-mile territorial sea and a 200-mile exclusive economic zone. While taking into account the non-existent rights and interests of the so-called geographically disadvantaged states and of states with broad continental shelves, the 1982 Convention on the Law of the Sea practically ignored existing rights and interests of habitual fishing states. It maintained the well-established principle of freedom of fishing on the high seas but with specific conditions. Dissatisfied with the Convention's regulation of fishing on the high seas, a few states elected to hold a U.N. Conference on Straddling and Highly Migratory Fish Stocks which adopted the 1995 Agreement for the implementation of the provisions of the Convention relating to the conservation and management of such stocks. Similarly, some of these states, like Chile, Argentina, and Canada, adopted legislation extending their jurisdiction beyond their respective 200-mile fishing or exclusive economic zones. This book explores these events in the historical development of the international regulations of fisheries and concludes with a look into recent developments in the area.