Northeastern Group of Nahuatl Scholars
Dedicated to Alfred W. Crosby, Historian of the World
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A little bit of Nahuatl has made it to the New Yorker in an article about the sculptor Fernando Palma Rodriguez.
The Americas 75:2 (April, 2018)
“From Colonial Performers to Actors of ‘American Liberty’: Black Artists in Bourbon and Revolutionary Río de la Plata,” pp. 261 – 289.
What explains the endurance of Porfirio Díaz's rule from 1876 to 1910 in Mexico?
Since its founding by Edgar Allison Peers in 1923, Bulletin of Hispanic Studies has become the foremost British academic journal devoted to the languages, literatures and civilizations of Spain, Portugal and Latin America.
The above issue is now available online at: http://online.liverpooluniversitypress.co.uk/toc/bhs/95/4?ai=s8&ui=273v&af=T
VII Feria del libro "Federico García Lorca".
Just as a follow-up on a couple of typos:
1) Dear wrote his dissertation on Carlos Salinas, not Ernesto Salinas, and
2) The acronym for US Northern Command is NORTHCOM, not NROTHCOM.
My apologies, and thank you for reading this review.