Table of contents for Beyond imagined communities : reading and writing the nation in nineteenth-century Latin America / edited by Sara Castro-Klar‚en and John Charles Chasteen.

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Introduction: Beyond Imagined Communities
John Charles Chasteen
The Historians
1. Forms of Communication, Political Spaces, and Cultural Identities in the Creation of Spanish American Nations
FranÁois-Xavier Guerra
2. Argentine Counterpoint: Rise of the Nation, Rise of the State
Tulio HalperÌn-Donghi
3. Letters and Salons: Women Reading and Writing the Nation
Sarah C. Chambers
4. Student Culture and Nation-State Formation
Andrew Kirkendall
The Critics
5. Scenes of Reading: Imagining Nations/Romancing History
Fernando Unzueta
6. The Nation in Ruins: Archaeology and the Rise of the Nation
Sara Castro-KlarÈn
7. An Amnesic Nation: The Erasure of Indigenous Pasts by Uruguayan Expert Knowledges
Gustavo Verdesio
8. Showcases of Consumption: Historical Panoramas and Universal Expositions
Beatriz Gonz·lez-Stephan

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Latin America History 19th century, Nationalism Latin America History 19th century, Identity (Psychology) Latin America, Ethnicity Latin America, National state, Anderson, Benedict R, O'G, (Benedict Richard O'Gorman), 1936- Imagined communities