The latest in our series of collected reviews of new works in Latin American history is an issue on 19th Century Mexico. The issue brings together a number of monographs that examine ideas of governance, nation building, and the state during an era of consolidating political power.
Dear H-Energy members,
The OIES has had a number of very interesting papers, comments, and insights publications on various energy issues over the past few months. The most recent paper, "Challenges to the Future of Gas: unburnable or unaffordable?" pertains to the future of natural gas as a transition fuel globally, rather than a discussion limited to the EU.
This review, recently published on H-LatAm, may be of interest to H-Pentecostalism readers.
Several outlets have covered the acquisition and digitization of a Mexican pictorial manuscript called variously the Codex Quetzalecatzin or the Mapa Ecatepec-Huitziltepec. The piece dates from the last quarter of the sixteenth century and details the descendents of Lord Quetzalecatzin.
Here is the link to the manuscript:
And to the press release from the Library:
I am glad to announce the publication of a special issue on "Socialisms in Development" that might be of interest to the members of this list:
Journal für Entwicklungspolitik [Austrian Journal of Development Studies]
Volume XXXIII • Issue 3 • 2017 Socialisms in Development (ed. Eric Burton)
There is an interesting article from Barcelona about the Mexican poet Mardionio Carballo who also writes in Nahuatl: