ANT 3150 Nov. 23 - Mexican History and Business Culture...

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Slide # 1 November 23, 2009 Mexican History and Business Culture Mexican History and Business Culture
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Slide # 2 November 23, 2009 Mexican History and Business Culture Purpose of this lecture Mexico and the United States have a long,  inter-twined history; in many respects our  cultures mirror each other.  Mexico is one of  the US’s largest trading partners, and a  major source for materials for many  industries.  By learning more about this  important country, we can better understand  our own culture. 
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Slide # 3 November 23, 2009 Mexican History and Business Culture The pre-conquest period early Indians the first civilizations:  the Olmecs early Maya the Toltec conquest the Aztec empire the Indian legacy
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Slide # 4 November 23, 2009 Mexican History and Business Culture The Conquest The arrival of Cortes Cortes’ army The alliance with the Tlaxcalans The fall of Moctezuma
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Slide # 5 November 23, 2009 Mexican History and Business Culture Colonial government and society The role of the colonial governor Organization of production:  the encomienda Role of the encomendero Forced labor:  repartimiento Intermediate levels:  the corregidores Depopulation:  From 25 million (1529) to 1  million (1605) Colonial society
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Slide # 6 November 23, 2009 Mexican History and Business Culture The Revolution of 1810 Father Miguel Hidalgo y Costillo The revolt against Spain Independence and the new ruling class The rebellion in Texas The Mexican war and the Treaty of  Guadalupe President Benito Juárez and Emperor  Maximillian
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Slide # 7 November 23, 2009 Mexican History and Business Culture Porfirio Diaz Rise to power Elements of the dictatorship Relationships with the Church The influence of Positivism:  Los  Cientificos Accomplishments of the Porfiriato The Revolution of 1910
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