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Nobody Does It Better: History and the James Bond Film Series
Nobody Does It Better: History and the James Bond Film Series examines the James Bond film series and its viability as a historical document. This study only looks at the Bond films produced by EON Productions. By examining ...
Mexico Flotante: Migration, Culture, and National Identity in Post-Revolutionary Mexico
This dissertation examines the cultural impact of transnational migration at the intersections of race, class, and gender within Mexico from 1929 to the present. Reading the cultural production of Mexicans as text, this ...
Litigious Paupers: Natives and Colonial Demands in Tlaxcala, 1545-1800
Tlaxcala, a small area of the Spanish empire located in what is now central Mexico, became a complex juncture point between Europeans and native peoples who responded to Spanish aggression, which was characterized by ...
AN EXAMINATION OF PREVAILING ECONOMIC THOUGHT AS A NEGLECTION OF ETHICS AND HISTORICAL ANALYSIS
This work is essentially an intellectual history that examines how we have changed our academic approach to economics, weighed against a historical narrative of how we adopted the central banking system we now have to ...