Sunday, January 15, 2017

Evaluación de la Política de Industrialización de la República Dominicana

Vega, Bernardo, Evaluación de la Política de Industrialización de la República Dominicana, Santo Domingo: UCMM, 1974.

Reseñado por el Dr. Fuat Andic en Caribbean Studies © 1974.

Prólogo (Rafael Herrera)


La República Dominicana ante el proceso de Integración Económica en Latinoamérica (enero 1967)

Política Monetaria y Cambiaria en la Republica Dominicana de 1959 a 1967 (noviembre 1967)

Analisis del Grado de Dependencia de Materias Primas Extranjeras por parte del Sector Industrial Dominicano (noviembre 1968)

Conferencia ante el Consejo Nacional de Hombres de Empresas (mayo 26, 1969)

Apelaciones practicas del Tema de la Inversión extranjera a casos y situaciones dominicanas (junio 13, 1970)

”La República Dominicana y el Cambiante Ambiente Económico de América Latina”

La crisis monetaria internacional y su impacto sobre el turismo en la zona del Caribe (octubre 1971)

”En busca de una estrategia para el desarrollo económico de la República Dominicana”, conferencia dictada ante la Cámara Americana de Comercio de Santo Domingo (21 de octubre de 1971)

La Compañía Gaditana de Negros

Torres Ramírez, Bibiano, La Compañía Gaditana de Negros, Sevilla: Escuela de Estudios Hispano-Americanos de Sevilla, 1973.

Disponible en línea en el repositorio institucional del Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas.

La Compañía Gaditana de Negros era el nombre de una sociedad mercantil española dedicada al tráfico de esclavos entre África y la América española en la segunda mitad del siglo XVIII. Estaba ubicada en Cádiz, sede de la Casa de Contratación.

The Compañía Gaditana de Negros was the name of a Spanish mercantile society dedicated to the slave trade between Africa and Spanish America in the second half of the eighteenth century. It was located in Cadiz, home of the Casa de Contratación.

Estudios Latinoamericanos 6, I Parte (Academia de Ciencias de Polonia) [Journal]

Estudios Latinoamericanos 6 I Parte, Zakland Narodowy im. Ossolinskich – Wydawnictwo, Wroclaw, 1980.

Disponible en línea.

Véase además II Parte.

Culture et développement en Haïti

Douyon, Emerson, Culture et développement en Haïti : [travaux présentés au cours du symposium] / Symposium Haïti [publié sous la direction du professeur Emerson Douyon], Montréal: Leméac, 1972.

Symposium organisé sous les auspices du Dép. d'anthropologie de l'Université de Montréal et du Centre d'études haïtiennes, tenu du 6 au 9 mai. Comprend des références bibliographiques.

Thursday, December 29, 2016

Dark Puritan

Smith, M.G., Dark Puritan, Kingston, Jamaica: University of the West Indies, 1963.

See also Dark Puritan: The Life and Work of Norman Paul.

Michael Garfield Smith OM (18 August 1921 - 5 January 1993) was a Jamaican social anthropologist and poet of international repute.
A prolific writer, Smith authored or co-authored numerous books and articles on theory, on Northern Nigeria, and on the West Indies. The Smith corpus of social science publications, the M.G. Smith Archive, is on-line in, 26 books, 41 articles, 41 chapters, 21 reviews and 10 unpublished manuscripts of various lengths.

The Land Columbus Loved: The Dominican Republic

Harding, Bertita, The Land Columbus Loved: The Dominican Republic, New York: Coward – McCann, Inc., 1949.

Reviewed in Kirkus.

Bertita Harding (11 November 1902 – 31 December 1971) was a royal biographer with an easy and sometimes humorous style that made her a popular author.
In 1940 she made a trip to Brazil that inspired her books on the House of Braganza of Brazil. The following year she began a career as lecturer, giving more than 120 lectures throughout the United States. During World War II her husband served as lieutenant colonel and she sold war bonds on support of the troops. In the last part of the 1940s Bertita published The Land Columbus loved, a traveling book written with her husband, and wrote, Mosaic, in the Fountain, an autobiographical book covering her childhood. The couple had an active social life and traveled extensively as Bertita continued her series of lectures around the United States.

In the Tropics: by a Settler in Santo Domingo

Fabens, Joseph Warren, In the Tropics: by a Settler in Santo Domingo / With an introductory notice by Richard B. Kimball, New York: Carleton, 1863.

Available online.

Author and commercial agent Joseph W. Fabens and land speculator Henry L. Kinney were filibusters in Central America in 1855. In 1854, largely financed by New York backers, Kinney purchased millions of acres of land in Nicaragua under dubious legal circumstances, with the intent to start a colony. In February 1855 Kinney was warned that his proposed colony might violate the U.S. Neutrality Act as well. In April 1855 both Kinney and Fabens were arrested in New York and their vessel blockaded by the U.S. Navy at its East River wharf. Released on bail Kinney slipped out of New York and traveled to Nicaragua. With a handful of followers he launched a failed revolt against both the Nicaraguan government and the regime of fellow American William Walker.