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Landscapes of struggle : politics, society, and community in El Salvador

Author: Aldo Lauria-Santiago; Leigh Binford; University of Pittsburgh. University Library System. Digital Research Library.
Publisher: Pittsburgh, Pa. : University of Pittsburgh Press, ©2004.
Series: Pitt Latin American series.; University of Pittsburgh Press Digital Editions.
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Genre/Form: History
Local history
Additional Physical Format: (DLC) 2003021182
(OCoLC)53131684
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Aldo Lauria-Santiago; Leigh Binford; University of Pittsburgh. University Library System. Digital Research Library.
OCLC Number: 181345993
Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. Pittsburgh, Pa. : University of Pittsburgh Digital Research Library, 2007. (University of Pittsburgh Press Digital Editions)
Description: ix, 326 p. : maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: Local history, politics, and the state in El Salvador / Aldo Lauria-Santiago and Leigh Binford --
Section one: linking the local with the national--prewar Salvadoran history reconsidered. Land, community, and revolt in late nineteenth-century Indian Izalco / Aldo Lauria-Santiago --
The formation of the urban middle sectors in El Salvador, 1910-1944 / Victor Hugo Acuña Ortega --
Patronage and politics under General Maximiliano Martínez, 1931-1939 / Erik Ching --
Colonels and industrial workers in El Salvador, 1944-1972 / Kati Griffith and Leslie Gates --
The formation of a rural community : Joya de Cerén, 1954-1995 / Carlos Benjamín Lara Martínez --
Section two: civil war and its aftermath : local politics and community. Peasants, catechists, revolutionaries : organic intellectuals in the Salvadoran revolution, 1980-1992 / Leigh Binford --
Civil war and reconstruction : the repopulation of Tenancingo / Elisabeth J. Wood --
Between clientelism and radical democracy : the case of Ciudad Segundo Montes / Vincent J. McElhinny --
Not revolutionary enough? : grassroots community rebuilding in postwar Chalatenango / Irina Carlota Silber --
The Salvadoran land struggle in the 1990s / Lisa Kowalchuck --
Section three: culture and ideology in contemporary El Salvador. "This is not culture!" : the effects of ethnodiscourse and ethnopolitics in El Salvador / Henrik Ronsbo --
"El Capitán Cinchazo" : blood and meaning in postwar San Salvador / Ellen Moodie --
In the stream of money : contradictions of migration, remittances, and development in El Salvador / David Pedersen.
Series Title: Pitt Latin American series.; University of Pittsburgh Press Digital Editions.
Responsibility: edited by Aldo Lauria-Santiago and Leigh Binford.

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