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The Hegemonic Pact and Radical Politics in Argentina

This post is a part of our “Latin America’s Ongoing Revolutions” series, which explores the colonial and post-colonial angles of Latin America’s revolutionary history. Check out the entire series. By Julia Kornberg & Pablo...
From: Age of Revolutions on 9 Nov 2020

From Tucumán With Love: Revolution and Marriage in the Argentine War of Independence

By Alejandro H. Morea The revolutionary process in Latin America was tied to the crisis of the Spanish monarchy that began in 1808. In the case of the Viceroyalty of Río de la Plata, the revolution ended with the formation of four new republics:...
From: Age of Revolutions on 15 Jan 2018

Martina Chapanay (1800-1887): An Argentinian Female Robin Hood

[Header Image: Courtesy of http://www.taringa.net/posts/info/15548586/Martina-Chapanay-La-Montonera-Federala.html%5D In this post, we turn to Argentina in the nineteenth century. On 9 July 1816 the United Provinces of South America (which is still one...

The Big Week!

It is finally here, the 400th Anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death and this week has been a particularly busy one! For the past few weeks we have had the honour of the company of a paper sculpture of William Shakespeare sitting quietly in...
From: Finding Shakespeare on 22 Apr 2016

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From: Shakespeare Anniversary on 27 Mar 2016

The Nation, the Global Game and the Weight of it All

 For the past month, our eyes have been on the ball. Perfectly round, it flies and falls, across stadium skies through fields of grass, past fast, neon shoes and into goals, from Brazil to where we are. Our eyes follow. From Manaus and Fortaleza in the...
From: The Junto on 14 Jul 2014