Perspectives on Brazilian history, edited with an introd. and bibliographical essay, by E. Bradford Burns.

Comp
Burns, E. Bradford [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
New York, Columbia University Press, 1967.
Description
xii, 235 p. 24 cm.

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Notes
"One of a series of books sponsored by the Institute for Latin American Studies of Columbia University."--Book jacket.
Bibliographic references
"A bibliographical essay on Brazilian historiography": p. [197]-206. Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (p. [207]-227)
Contents
  • How the history of Brazil should be written / Karl Friedrich Philipp Von Martius
  • An outline of Brazilian historiography in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries / Pedro Moacyr Campos
  • A guide for the historiography of the Second Empire / Caio Prado Junior
  • Problems in Brazilian history and historiography
  • The periodization of Brazilian history
  • Capistrano de Abreu and Brazilian historiography / José Honório Rodrigues
  • The periodization of the history of Minas Gerais / Oiliam José
  • A critique of Francisco Adolfo de Varnhagen / João Capistrano de Abreu
  • Historical thought in twentieth century Brazil / Sérgio Buarque de Holanda.
LCCN
67013779
OCLC
485650
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