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Revista de Indias
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  • La migración colombiana en España: ¿salvados o entrampados?

    Actis, Walter (2009)
    This paper shows the evolution and current characteristics of Colombian emigration based in Spain, using information from official sources, namely an exploitation —with unpublished data— of the National Survey of Immigrants of 2007. It analyses, among other things, the importance of transnational links at the beginning of the migratory movement and the current situation. It also reviews the labour integration in both the origin and destination countries, by studying the processes of occupatio...

    «Todos somos iguales». La Revolución de la Igualdad en Santa Cruz, Bolivia. 1876-1877

    Schelchkov, Andrey (2016)
    The Equality Revolution in Santa Cruz (1876-1877), also known as the equality movement, was a conflict between the pairing of the common urban class and local elites who defended a development formula that championed a modern age that balanced the social values of the traditional and patriarchal society, and other local elites who benefited from the boom of free-market capitalism. The political actions of the egalitarians was influenced by the ideology of romantic socialism in its different s...

    La cuestión Cerruti y la crisis diplomática entre Colombia e Italia (1885-1911)

    Tamburini, Francesco (2000)
    In february 1885, during the civil war between the conservative and the upleaved liberal party in the Colombian federated state of Cauca, the real estates and properties of the Italian subject Ernesto Cerruti were destroyed and impounded, under the charge of cooperation with the insurgent liberal forces. The measures taken by the Caucan authorities and the subsequent demand for compensation by Cerruti were the cause of the 26 years longlasting diplomatic clash between Colombia and Italy, whic...


    García Jordán, Pilar (2007)

    Brazilian census sources and the ownership of slaves in the 1870s

    Leite Marcondes, Renato (2011)
    There exists a significant group of sources of a census nature for the study of slavery in the 1870s. These sources derive mainly from the registration of slaves that was established by the Law of the Free Womb of 1871. In this article, we discuss the different ways of presenting registration information. We analyze a sample of the registered slave population, including 69 towns from different parts of the country that total a little over 112,000 slaves and 25, 000 slave holders. In addition ...
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