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Coleção:INTERAMER
Número: 59
Ano:1999
Autor: José Luis Romero
Título: Latin America: Its Cities and Ideas

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Presentation

History and Commitment: The Writings of José Luis Romero

Introduction

CHAPTER 1
LATIN AMERICA WITHIN THE EUROPEAN EXPANSION

The First Expansion Towards the Margins of Europe
The Role of the Cities in the Expansion Towards the Margins of Europe
Two Casts of Mind: The Lords and the Bourgeoisie
Adjustments in the Feudal-Bourgeois Society
The Second European Expansion
The Societies that Created the Empires

CHAPTER 2
THE CYCLE OF FOUNDATIONS

The Cities and Their Original Functions
The Original Urban Groups
The Foundational Act
The Founding Mentality

CHAPTER 3
THE NOBLE CITIES OF THE INDIES

The Forming of a Baroque Society
The Political Process
Hidalguia and Style of Life
From Naked Blueprint to Actual City
From Conquistador to Hidalgo: A Shift in Mentality

CHAPTER 4
THE CREOLE CITIES

Old and New Economies
A City of Criollos
The New Cityscape
Reform and Revolution
The Creole Bourgeoisie. Enlightenment and Change

CHAPTER 5
THE PATRICIAN CITIES

The City and the Countryside
Bourgeoisie and Patricians
The Struggle over Ideologies
A View of the City
A Creole Communal Life

CHAPTER 6
THE BOURGEOIS CITIES

Transformation or Stagnation
Mobility in Urban Societies
The Haussmann Example
Europe Imitated in Everyday Life
Tension and Confrontation

CHAPTER 7
THE CITIES OF THE MASSES

The Urban Explosion
A Split Society
Metropolis and Slums
Mass Formation and Lifestyle
Mass Formation and Ideology

Index of Authors Cited