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100.117, Fall 2017

Paquette, Fall 2017
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1. Brazil: five centuries of change Book, Print in English
Thomas E. Skidmore. 2010.

Skidmore, Thomas E.

Revised and updated in this second edition, Brazil: Five Centuries of Change vividly traces the development of Brazil over the last 500 years. Author Thomas E. Skidmore, a preeminent authority on Brazil, provides a lively political and economic narrative while also including…
2. Brazil: five centuries of change Book, Print in English
Thomas E. Skidmore. 1999.

Skidmore, Thomas E.

edited by Robert M. Levine and John J. Crocitti. 1999.

I. Origins, Conquest, and Colonial Rule -- Origin of Fire / Cayapo Legend -- Noble Savages / John Hemming -- Description of the Tupinamba / Anonymous -- First Wave / Warren Dean -- Letter to Governor Tome de Sousa / Manoel da Nobrega…
edited by Richard Boyer, Geoffrey Spurling. 2000.

The Indians of Tejupan want to raise silk on their own (Oaxaca, Mexico, 1543) -- Land concentration and environmental degradation : town council records on deforestation in Uyumbicho (Quito, 1553-96)…
edited by Stuart B. Schwartz ; translated by Clive Willis and Stuart B. Schwartz. 2010.

"Early Brazil presents a collection of original sources, many published for the first time in English and some never before published in any language, that illustrates the process of conquest, colonization, and settlement in Brazil. The volume emphasizes the actions and…
8. The throes of democracy: Brazil since 1989 Book, Print in English
Bryan McCann. 2008.

McCann, Bryan, 1968-

"In the 1980s, Brazil emerged from two decades of military dictatorship and embarked on an experiment in full democracy for the first time in the nation's history. Since then, Brazilians have sought to live up to the ideals of this experiment while negotiating dramatic economic…