Contested Sites of Dependence and Independence in Latin America
This book is the product of a collaborative experience that emerged from the Association of Latin Americanists in Ireland conference on ‘Interpreting Independence’, held at NUI Galway in 2010. We would like to thank the members of the Association, as well as all those who participated in that event, for their dedication to and enthusiasm for Latin American studies in Ireland. In particular, we thank all the contributors for their generosity and amiability, which is what made this book possible. We would like to thank the College of Arts, Social Sciences and Celtic Studies at NUI Galway for its financial contribution to that initial con- ference, and the NUI Galway Millennium Fund for assisting with the cost of publication. We also acknowledge the significant contribution – both financial and moral – made by the Spanish section of the School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures at NUI Galway, as part of its endeav- our to encourage research in Latin American Studies and to develop an interdisciplinary approach to this important academic field. Thanks also to our families, friends and colleagues who supported and encouraged us through the process of editing this collection.
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