The Human Tradition in Modern Brazil makes the last two centuries of Brazilian history come alive through the stories of mostly non-elite individuals. The pieces in this lively collection address how people experienced historical continuities and changes by exploring how they related to the rise of Brazilian national identity and the emergence of a national state. By including a broad array of historical actors from different regions, ethnicities, occupations, races, genders, and eras, The Human Tradition in Modern Brazil brings a human dimension to major economic, political, cultural, and social transitions. Because these perspectives do not always fit with the generalizations made about the predominant attitudes, values, and beliefs of different groups, they bring a welcome complexity to the understanding of Brazilian society and history.That day, the rebels also addressed military grievances, promoting the principal conspirators (Daniel vaulted four grades ... They also established a civilian government, which was dominated by Francisco Sabino Alvares da Rocha Vieira , ... Although the Sabinada had triumphed in Salvador, it failed to carry the RecAancavo.
|Title||:||The Human Tradition in Modern Brazil|
|Author||:||Peter M. Beattie|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2004|