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8-26-10 - o Sao Paulo: 17 million (#4) o Buenos Aires: 12...

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Latin American Civilization – 8-26-10 What constitutes “Latin America” Miami – 65% Hispanic Geographic Diversity - Highlands o Andes o Central America o Mexico o Islands - Lowlands o Caribbean o Amazon - Piedmont - Deserts/Rainforest Patagonia, Argentina Cultural Diversity - Indian - European - African - Recent Immigrants - Hybridity o Castas o Mestizaje o Transnationalism o Religion – Catholicism mixed with African religions Population Statistics - Today, 77% Urban o 1950s: 60% rural - 15% of Earth’s Land mass o 9% of World Population - Largest Cities o Mexico City: 18 million (#2)
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Unformatted text preview: o Sao Paulo: 17 million (#4) o Buenos Aires: 12 million (#10)-Total Population, 585 million o Central America and Mexico: 153 million o Caribbean: 42 million o South America: 391 Million-Most Populous Countries o Brazil, 193 million o Mexico, 110 million o Columbia 45 million Analytical Tools-Abstract concepts historians use to interpret the past…. . o Race o Class o Gender o Environmental change o Reform and Revolution o Foreign Intervention...
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2012 for the course LAH 1093 taught by Professor Weber during the Fall '08 term at FSU.

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