Tuesday, April 1, 2008

History 113 - Mexico Since Independence

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Finds articles on the Zapatistas (or Chiapas), provided they deal with issues of trade/economics. Limiters insure that the articles are either available in paper or full text. View Results

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Wallach, Lori. "Has the North American Free Trade Agreement Been A Success? Con." International Debates May 2005: 157-159. Academic Search Premier. Web. 30 Apr. 2007. Discusses the negative results of NAFTA in Mexico, including the Zapatista revolt in Chiapas. Very brief, no references, few dates, some useful quotes.


Mexico : an encyclopedia of contemporary culture and history [F1234 .C67 2004]

Historical atlas of Central America [G1551 .S1H2 2003]

Search for this in Oxford Reference: The Oxford encyclopedia of Mesoamerican cultures : the civilizations of Mexico and Central America [Reference F1218.6 .O95 2001 & Search for this in Oxford Reference: Online]

Illegal immigration in America : a reference handbook [JV6483 .I53 1999]

Milenios de Mexico [F1204 .M955 1999]

The United States and Mexico at war : nineteenth-century expansionism and conflict [E404 .U66 1998]

The Cambridge history of Latin America [F1410 .C1834]

Reference Articles Online

Kirkwood, Burton. "The Aftermath of Independence, 1821–1876." from The History Of Mexico. Greenwood. 2000. in ebrary. Also other sections in the same title.

"Mexico." Worldmark Encyclopedia of the Nations. 2004. p283-301. in Gale Virtual Reference Library.

Main Collection – Call Number Areas
E184 - Hispanic/Latino/Chicano History
E404 - Mexican War (1846-48)
F1200+ - Mexico - History
JV6400+ - Immigration