- How radical was the Mexican Revolution?
- Who or what drove the Mexican Revolution and its goals?
- How influential was the Mexican Revolution in Latin America?
- Primary Source: Plan of Ayala: http://www.hist.umn.edu/~rmccaa/la20c/ayala.htm
- Articles 27 and 123 of the Mexican Constitution
- Michael Schroeder, “The Sandino Rebellion Revisited: Civil War, Imperialism, Popular Nationalism, and State Formation Muddied Up Together in the Segovias of Nicaragua, 1926-1934” in Gilbert Joseph (ed.), Close Encounters of Empire [See the Library Scans page for this course]
- Alan Knight, “The Working Class and the Mexican Revolution, c. 1900-1920,” Journal of Latin American Studies, 16:1 (May 1984): 51-79 (available on JSTOR)
Artists' Manifesto on the Mexican Renaissance and the Revolutionary State
Augusto Sandino's Manifesto from San Albino, Nueva Segovia, Nicaragua, 1 July 1927
Peru: Mariategui's Seven Essays on Peruvian Reality, 1928
- Alan Knight, “The Mexican Revolution: Bourgeois? Nationalist? Or Just a 'Great Rebellion'?,” Bulletin of Latin American Research, JSTOR
- Greg Grandin, A Century of Rebellion
- Greg Grandin, The Last Colonial Massacre, Introduction, Chapters 1 and 2
- Alan Knight, The Mexican Revolution, pp. 1-174
- Alan Knight, “Popular Culture and the Revolutionary State in Mexico, 1910-1940,” Hispanic American Historical Review
- John Womack, “The Mexican Revolution, 1910-1920,” in Leslie Bethell, ed., Mexico Since Independence (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1991), 125-200
- David Rock, 'Intellectual Precursors of Conservative Nationalism in Argentina, 1900-1927', Hispanic American Historical Review, Vol.67, No.2 (1987), pp.271-300.
- Jeane DeLaney, 'National Identity, Nationhood, and Immigration in Argentina: 1810-1930', accessible from: http://www.stanford.edu/group/SHR/5-2/delaney.html
- Jorge Nallim, Transformations and Crisis of Liberalism in Argentina, 1930-1955 (Pittsburgh, Pa.: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2012). Chapters 1 and 2.
- Primary source:
- Jose Carlos Mariategui, Seven Interpretive Essays on Peruvian Reality, transl. Marjorie Urquidi, 1971 [first published: 1928] available at Library