Buenos Aires: Ediciones Simurg, 2011. 1st ed. Simurg, 1st ed., 2011, 241p., biblio., notes. Col. Cuadernos de Ensayo. Item #45067
[History. A continuation of “Latinoamericanismo: historia intelectual de una geografía inestable” (2010), this collection of essays is divided into two parts, loosely defined and framed by U.S. policies toward Latin America between 1933 and 1973 (with an essay for each administration during that period). Also addresses topics such as Brazilian modernism, the activities of Senghor and Cesaire in the Carribean, the question of Montreal as a “Latin American” city, and the works of Neruda and Graham Greene.].