América Latina. La construcción del orden, Tomo I by Waldo Ansaldi

By Waldo Ansaldi

A partir de l. a. thought rectora de que América Latina es una construcción histórica que se constituye desde su origen como unidad estructuralmente desigual y diversa, Waldo Ansaldi y Verónica Giordano despliegan en este libro un análisis de los angeles realidad histórica, social y política de los angeles región, que puede leerse de dos maneras complementarias: como una historia social de lo político y, también, como una historia política de lo social. A diferencia de los angeles perspectiva que adopta en pensamiento conservador, el pensamiento crítico puesto en acto en este volumen propone que el orden es una construcción histórica, colectiva, política y conflictiva. los angeles formación del Estado, l. a. creación de los angeles nación y l. a. constitución de las condiciones que posibilitaron los angeles inserción internacional de nuestra economía son los procesos sobre los que se enfoca y desarrolla el riguroso análisis de los autores. América Latina, l. a. construcción del orden no pretende reconstruir paso a paso l. a. historia de l. a. región, sino advertir sobre los angeles compleja trama de procesos en l. a. construcción del orden, en el que las cuestiones del poder, l. a. explotación y los angeles dominación se encuentran en un primer plano. En palabras del destacado investigador Norbert Lechner, si el orden no es concebido como acción colectiva, “la diversidad no logra ser asumida como pluralidad, sino que es vivida como una desintegración cada vez más insoportable”. Pensada en dos volúmenes, esta primer entrega de América Latina. l. a. construcción del orden se convertirá sin duda en un clásico de obligada referencia para los estudios acerca de l. a. región.

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Trade routes within Africa proved flexible and adaptive in the face of wars and political shifts, but it is not unreasonable to look for major language groups leaving ports closest to the point where they became destined for the trans-Atlantic traffic. The point is illustrated by a remarkable document series in the records of the Anglo-Spanish Court of Mixed Commission that met in Havana between 1821 and 1845. Like its counterparts located around the Atlantic basins, the Court adjudicated slave vessels captured by signatories (of which Great Britain was always one) of bilateral treaties.

3 are based is small by the standards of the data set but adequate (the precise port of embarkation is known for only one-fifth of the slaves estimated to have left), and it is possible that the estimate for Lagos is too high, but nevertheless the increase in slave departures at the beginning of the nineteenth century must have been substantial. As the trans-Atlantic slave trade came to a close, together Lagos and Ouidah sent 90 percent of all people entering the trans-Atlantic slave trade from the Slave Coast, with Lagos alone accounting for 60 percent prior to the British attacking and occupying the island in 1851, sixteen years before the rest of the trans-Atlantic traffic ended.

Yoruba speakers cannot have accounted for more than 12 percent of Cuban arrivals and certainly made up less than 20 percent of those taken to St. Domingue. 27 The above discussion of the direction of the Yoruba diaspora takes no account of the secondary migrations that occurred as the slave trade came to an end. 28 While the Yoruba appear to have been particularly prominent in such efforts to return to Africa, this repatriation is not likely to have been large relative to the outflow—perhaps no more than several thousand.

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