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cONTINUED What Constitutes Latin America
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A 19TH CENTURY IMPERIALIST  CONSTRUCT First use of the term “Latin America” has been traced  to the 1850s It came from French intellectual circles and a  movement called “Pan-Latinism” Michel Chevalier (1806-79) Contrast of “Latin” peoples vs “Anglo-Saxon” people  in the Americas From an idea about “Latin” peoples to a place on the  Map
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A 19th CENTURY IMPERIALIST CONSTRUCT Latin America vs Spanish America vs Ibero-America Andean America: from Venezuela to Chile though  including Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia Southern Cone (Chile, Argentina, Paraguay, and  Uruguay) 
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ACADEMIC USE OF THE TERM ECLA/ECLAC by United Nations in 1848 Emergence of “Latin American Studies” in U.S., Great  Britain, and Canada in the 1960s Conference on Latin American History (1927) Latin American Studies Association (1967)
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LATIN AMERICA: AN EXCLUSIONARY TERM Latin America vs Afro-Latin America vs Euro-Latin  America
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The Original Americans  PRE-COLOMBIAN NATIVE SOCIETIES
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