How can we help?
You can also find more resources in our
Select a category
Something is confusing
Something is broken
I have a suggestion
What is your email?
What is 1 + 3?
Upgrade to remove ads
latin american studies
ethnicity in the southern cone
ethnicity in the amazon
ethnicity in the andes
ethnicity in brazil
ethnicity in the caribbean
ethnicity in mexico/central america
rio de la plata flows through...
orinoco river flows through...
two main andes countries
date of the mexican revolution
date of the independence of spanish latin america
date of european arrival in latin america
one of the official indigenous languages of peru
one of the official indigenous languages of bolivia
one of the official indigenous languages of paraguay
a period of economic and cultural imperialism on latin america by US and Europe without direct intervention
a profitable product from the amazon
a profitable product from argentina
a profitable product from brazil and some central america/caribbean
the idea that authoritarian rule is the answer to achieve order and progress (as long as its for the good of the country)
united fruit company
central american (and columbian, venezuelan) company that basically controlled land and government
united fruit company
set up "banana republics"
spanish american war
war between US and spain over US intervention in cuban war of independence. US wins cuba and other countries
biased/exaggerated writing which is often illegitimate
part of the cuban constitution which allows US to intervene in cuban affairs if we withdrew our troops (after spanish american war). guantanamo bay
president who tried to separate columbia from panama in order to build the canal
white superiority (cultural, racial)
white mans burden
often used as an excuse for US intervention, the idea that we (white people) are superior and need to help inferior races
the US idea that we should reach our full potential by expanding west
statement by the US saying only we have the right to involve ourselves with latin american affairs (no european)
addition to the monroe doctrine saying that US are the "police" of latin america and we will enforce european requests rather than them directly
mexican dictator during the neocolonialism period. welcomed US investment which led to prosperity for mexico
machado de assis
one of the great brazilian novelists despite being half black during the late 1800s
a great nicaraguan poet despite being meztizo during the late 1800s
general date for the great export boom
great export boom
time during the neocolonial era where exports grew, large landowners/middle class prospered, and mass migration to urban areas
rule by few
the main profitable export in central america and some caribbean
the two english speaking countries in latin america
the new wave of patriotism that swept latin america after the neocolonial era
a type of nationalism that stands up to foreign economic imperialism
a type of nationalism that focusses on indigenous foods, traditions, etc.
it was during this period that the old ideas of inferior races began to die in latin america
import substitution industrialization
the process of latin americans operating in markets left vacant by US and european factories because of the great depression. brazil, argentina and mexico benefitted greatly
good neighbor policy
the decision by the US to avoid aggressive intervention with latin american countries. improved relations
one of the leading figures in the mexican revolution, led forces in the south
one of the leading figures in the mexican revolution, gathered former workers and cowboys in the north to fight
a mexican nationalist painter who painted large murals on ceilings
a mexican nationalist painter who painted small portraits
cuban nationalist army sergeant who helped overthrow the cuban government and ran cuba as a pro-US "client state"
pro-US dictator from the dominican republic who was very tyrannical. "our bastard"
a brazilian singer/dancer who acted in some US movies
nationalistic president of argentina who passed many social reforms similar to fdr
1932, when an el salvadorian dictator massacred more than 10,000 people because they were indians
a very nationalistic leader of brazil for 70 years. leftist, similar to FDR
Upgrade to remove ads