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Author Conn, Robert T., 1961-

Title Bolívar's afterlife in the Americas biography, ideology, and the public sphere / Robert T. Conn
Published Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, ©2020

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Contents Intro -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Chapter 1: An Introduction -- New Authorities and Shared Narratives in the Anglo-American Tradition -- Bolívar and State Formation -- Chapter 2: Toward a Usable Narrative -- Chapter 3: Bolívar in Nineteenth-Century Venezuela -- Chapter 4: José Martí and Venezuela: Redressing Bolivarian Doctrine -- Chapter 5: From Liberalism to Positivism: Gil Fortoul and Vallenilla Lanz -- Chapter 6: Rufino Blanco Fombona: An Exile in Spain
Chapter 7: The Construction of a Patrician Heritage and of Calumny: Vicente Lecuna, La Casa Natal, El Archivo del Libertador, and the Bolivarian Society -- A Conservative Elite and a Hemispheric Order in the Age of Oil and the Cold War -- Chapter 8: Revising the Bolivarian Machine: A Venezuela Reclaimed by New Intellectuals -- Chapter 9: Pan Americanism Above Ground: Bolívar in the United States -- Which Brings Us to Bolívar -- Chapter 10: A Rebirth -- Expanding the Audience -- Víctor Andrés Belaúnde and the Search for a Legal Tradition
Chapter 11: Bolívar in the Wake of World War II: Gerhard Masur and Waldo Frank -- Chapter 12: The Bolívar-Santander Polemic in Colombia: Germán Arciniegas and Gabriel García Márquez -- Germán Arciniegas: Pan Americanism, Colombia, and a Democratic Latin America -- García Márquez and a New Politics of Sensibility -- Chapter 13: Bolívar and Sucre in Ecuador: A Case of Two Assassinations -- Chapter 14: Vasconcelos as Screenwriter: Bolívar Remembered -- Chapter 15: Bolívar in Bolivia: On Fathers and Creators -- Chapter 16: Institution Building in Peru: Ricardo Palma and Víctor Andrés Belaúnde
Chapter 17: Bolívar in the Río de la Plata -- Chapter 18: Epilogue -- Bolívar: Gateway to the International Academy -- Bibliography -- Index
Summary Simón Bolívar is the preeminent symbol of Latin America and the subject of seemingly endless posthumous attention. Interpreted and reinterpreted in biographies, histories, political writings, speeches, and works of art and fiction, he has been a vehicle for public discourse for the past two centuries. Robert T. Conn follows the afterlives of Bolívar across the Americas, tracing his presence in a range of competing but interlocking national stories. How have historians, writers, statesmen, filmmakers, and institutions reworked his life and writings to make cultural and political claims? How has his legacy been interpreted in the countries whose territories he liberated, as well as in those where his importance is symbolic, such as the United States? In answering these questions, Conn illuminates the history of nation building and hemispheric globalism in the Americas
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Bolívar, Simón, 1783-1830.
Bolívar, Simón, 1783-1830 -- Influence
Bolívar, Simón, 1783-1830.
History of ideas.
Social & cultural history.
Political science & theory.
History of the Americas.
Science -- History.
History -- Social History.
Political Science -- History & Theory.
History -- Latin America -- General.
Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)
South America -- History -- Wars of Independence, 1806-1830 -- Biography
South America.
Genre/Form Biographies.
History.
Biographies.
Biographies.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9783030262181
3030262189