News from Around the World: The Newspapers of Buenos Aires in the Age of the Submarine Cable, 1866-1900- Caimari, L.
This essay examines newspapers in late nineteenth-century Buenos Aires in order to analyze the effects of the submarine telegraph cable. After a brief description of the cable's installation, I analyze how international news was circulated, focuIndigenous Citizenship between Borderlands and Enclaves: Elections in Talamanca, Costa Rica, 1880-1913- Boza Villarreal, A.
In Costa Rican historiography, Talamanca has often been considered one of the country's most isolated areas for two main reasons: it is a border region with a significant indigenous population within a nation that has defined itself racially as- Alberto, P. L.
This article analyzes the rich corpus of stories about the dandy-turned-beggar Raúl Grigera, a popular Afro-Argentine street figure from early 1900s Buenos Aires. Stories about El Negro Raúl, told in hundreds of printed texts and images across multip- Lomnitz, C.