Pan-Americanism


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Pan-Americanism

the idea of a single state including all of North and South America.
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Pan-Americanism

[ˈpænəˈmerɪkənɪzəm] Npanamericanismo m
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Pan-Americanism

nPanamerikanismus m
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The first section explores the rise of Pan-Americanism, especially the idea of a continental American international law in Latin America.
Rowe argued that scholarly research could be instrumental to foreign policy and that intellectual cooperation was crucial to the growth of Pan-Americanism.
The chapter is framed by the massive "Pageant of Peace" staged in the fair's Court of Abundance and covers topics including local, regional, and national suffrage; the role of women at previous world's fairs; San Francisco Waitresses Local 48; the Woman's Party; Crystal Eastman and Alice Paul; the so-called suffrage envoy that made a cross-country journey from San Francisco to Washington, DC, to present suffrage petitions to Congress; the Panama Canal; and Pan-Americanism. Markwyn casts a wide net and, by doing so, allows many of the "alternative voices" to be heard loud and clear.
This book is focused on the dynamic relationship between place and African American literature during the long nineteenth century (a volatile epoch of national expansion that gave rise to the Civil War, Reconstruction, pan-Americanism, and the African American novel).
The "Americanism"--including variations as "Latin-America" and "Pan-Americanism" --will gain ground only at the end of the XIXth century and at the beginning of the following one (BETHELL, 2009).
Which of the examples and experiences we should creatively emulate, pan-Europeanism, pan-Americanism, pan-Arabism, pan-Islamism or what?
1924 saw the founding of Peru's first leftist political party, the Alianza Popular Revolucionaria Americana (APRA) which espoused anti-imperialism, Pan-Americanism, international solidarity and economic nationalism and sought greater political power for the lower and middle classes.
While it can be problematic to over-generalize or under-specify when talking about "correct" Indigenous designations, recent terminologies refer to larger abstract ideas about Indigenous peoples who subscribe to pan-nationalism, pan-Americanism, panculturalism, and plurinationalism, generally.

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