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Author Salvatore, Ricardo Donato.
Title Disciplinary conquest : U.S. scholars in South America, 1900-1945 / Ricardo D. Salvatore.
Publisher Durham, N.C., : Duke University Press, 2016.
Distributor London : Knowledge Unlatched, 2016.



Descript 1 online resource (360 pages) : illustrations, figures, tables.
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Contents South America as a field of inquiry -- Five traveling scholars -- Research designs of transnational scope -- Yale at Machu Picchu : Hiram Bingham, Peruvian indigenistas, and cultural property -- Hispanic American history at Harvard : Clarence H. Haring and regional history for imperial visibility -- Intellectual cooperation : Leo S. Rowe, democratic government, and the politics of scholarly brotherhood -- Geographic conquest : Isaiah Bowman's view of South America -- Worldly sociology : Edward A. Ross and the societies "South of Panama" -- U.S. scholars and the question of empire.
Note CC BY-NC-ND.
ISBN 9780822374503 (e-ISBN)
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Author Salvatore, Ricardo Donato.
Series American encounters/global interactions
American encounters/global interactions.
Subject Latin America -- Civilization -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- United States.
United States -- Foreign relations -- South America.
South America -- Foreign relations -- United States.
Descript 1 online resource (360 pages) : illustrations, figures, tables.
Content text
Media computer
Carrier online resource
Contents South America as a field of inquiry -- Five traveling scholars -- Research designs of transnational scope -- Yale at Machu Picchu : Hiram Bingham, Peruvian indigenistas, and cultural property -- Hispanic American history at Harvard : Clarence H. Haring and regional history for imperial visibility -- Intellectual cooperation : Leo S. Rowe, democratic government, and the politics of scholarly brotherhood -- Geographic conquest : Isaiah Bowman's view of South America -- Worldly sociology : Edward A. Ross and the societies "South of Panama" -- U.S. scholars and the question of empire.
Note CC BY-NC-ND.
ISBN 9780822374503 (e-ISBN)
Author Salvatore, Ricardo Donato.
Series American encounters/global interactions
American encounters/global interactions.
Subject Latin America -- Civilization -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- United States.
United States -- Foreign relations -- South America.
South America -- Foreign relations -- United States.

Subject Latin America -- Civilization -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- United States.
United States -- Foreign relations -- South America.
South America -- Foreign relations -- United States.
Descript 1 online resource (360 pages) : illustrations, figures, tables.
Content text
Media computer
Carrier online resource
Contents South America as a field of inquiry -- Five traveling scholars -- Research designs of transnational scope -- Yale at Machu Picchu : Hiram Bingham, Peruvian indigenistas, and cultural property -- Hispanic American history at Harvard : Clarence H. Haring and regional history for imperial visibility -- Intellectual cooperation : Leo S. Rowe, democratic government, and the politics of scholarly brotherhood -- Geographic conquest : Isaiah Bowman's view of South America -- Worldly sociology : Edward A. Ross and the societies "South of Panama" -- U.S. scholars and the question of empire.
Note CC BY-NC-ND.
ISBN 9780822374503 (e-ISBN)

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