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Hacia un balance historiográfico de la salud pública. Las pestes en la Argentina de fines de siglo XX  [cached]
Alvarez Adriana
Anuario Colombiano de Historia Social y de la Cultura , 1999,
Abstract: En la Argentina de los a os 80, del siglo XIX, se inicio un proceso de formación y consolidación de instituciones estatales cuando el Estado argentino comenzaba a delinear algunas pautas que regirían las relaciones sociales en el marco de ideas de tipo positivista. Instituciones relacionadas con la educación o la salud pública gestaron un sólido tejido de prácticas sociales en el momento de la consolidación del Estado Nacional. Pretendo abordar desde la perspectiva historiográfica como el problema sanitario en general ha sido y es una temática nueva en el quehacer de los historiadores argentinos. Para ello he optado por realizar un recorte temático, con el fin de visualizar claramente el lugar que ocupan estas cuestiones en la producción nacional.
Rese a de "Andares negros, caminos blancos. Afroporte os, Estado y Nación Argentina a fines del siglo XIX"
Guillermo Fernández
Identidades , 2013,
Abstract: Rese a de Andares negros, caminos blancos. Afroporte os, Estado y Nación Argentina a fines del siglo XIX, de Lea Geler, Prohistoria Ediciones, Rosario, 2010, 408 pp.
Voces convergentes: Resultados divergentes. Argentina, 1910-2010
Favaro,Orietta;
Revista Pilquen , 2010,
Abstract: the objective of this proposal is to bring some thoughts together about the actions of political leaders and professionals and technicians from the state government that generated public policies and alternatives to the current economic model and the natural resources. this is comparative analyses of two moments: 1910 and 2010.
La Argentina entre sus centenarios
Romero,Luis Alberto;
Revista Pilquen , 2010,
Abstract: in this text we examine the image of argentina in its first centenary, in 1910, and the present vision, at its second centenary. we focus in three main issues: the republic, the nation and the state. we contrast the optimism of 1910 with the present pessimism, and lack of great expectations. we analyze what happened between 1910 and 2010, especially the great change happened in the mid seventies.
1910. Balance y perspectivas: Luis Emilio Recabarrem y Alejandro Venegas ante el Centenario  [cached]
Alvaro Kaempfer
Araucaria , 2011,
Abstract: Los debates en torno al Centenario de las independencias latinoamericanas fueron también una reflexión sobre la memoria de lo que se había intentado liberar en 1810 para poder hacer un balance de lo que se había logrado en 1910. En Chile, Luis Emilio Recabarren y Alejandro Venegas apuntaron a la experiencia de la nación, a los liderazgos y logros de esta como dispositivo de paso del Colonialismo a la Modernidad y como fórmula política de emancipación. En este artículo, abordo la afirmación de ambos autores de que se vivía el ocaso del ciclo histórico abierto por la coyuntura independentista a causa del agotamiento de los sue os de comunidad, felicidad y soberanía trazados por sus relatos de liberación. El énfasis puesto por Recabarren en el quiebre del relato nacional de emancipación y por Venegas en el colapso moral de sus liderazgos los llevaba a explorar, amparados en la memoria, las características de lo que concebían como el final de una historia.
El mapa del Centenario o un espectáculo de la modernidad argentina en 1910  [cached]
Carla Lois
Araucaria , 2010,
Abstract: Las conmemoraciones del primer Centenario de la Revolución de Mayo, que daría lugar a los procesos de independencia de la República Argentina en 1910, motorizaron una serie de eventos, exposiciones y proyectos arquitectónicos y artísticos. También implicaron un inusual despliegue de material gráfico destinado tanto al público local como extranjero. En ese contexto fue publicado el "Mapa General de la República Argentina", un mapa que representa el territorio argentino en escala 1: 5.000.000. Impreso a colores, el mapa es una de las caras de un folio de 92 x 54 cm plegable en 16 cuartillas. Tiene en un reverso un extenso texto escrito en inglés en el que se describen aspectos históricos, geográficos, políticos y económicos de la República. Este trabajo propone, por un lado, revisar el uso de materiales gráficos que hicieron referencia explícita a la geografía nacional en ámbitos de difusión cultural y política de la época: qué elementos de la tradición de las Exposiciones Universales son recuperados para poner en circulación mapas y descripciones geográficas de la Argentina con ocasión de la celebración del Centenario? Por otro lado, se procura examinar el folleto en cuestión a partir del análisis de la relación entre imagen y texto: qué tipo de información despliega el texto y cómo esa información se traduce en el registro cartográfico?
Temperature, precipitations and water balance trends in Maribor in the period 1876 – 2010
Igor ?iberna, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Journal for Geography , 2011,
Abstract: In this article are presented trends of temperature, precipitation, evapotranspiration and water balance for the meteorological station Maribor in the period 1876 – 2010. Analysed are the changes of monthly, seasonal and annual averages in observational sequences. Treated is also dynamics of trend changes in the observational period. Presented are connections between temperature trends and activity of the sun.
The South African Navy and its predecessors, 1910–2010: A century of interaction with Commonwealth navies
A Wessels
Scientia Militaria: South African Journal of Military Studies , 2010,
Abstract: In this article, the history of the South African Navy (SAN) and its predecessors is reviewed, as well as the interaction with other Commonwealth navies during the years 1910 to 2010. Although the Union Defence Forces were established in 1912, the Union only acquired its first naval force in 1922, when the South African Naval Service (SANS) was formed. In the meantime, the country’s naval defence was conducted by the Royal Navy (RN). During World War I, 164 members of the South African Division of the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve served in the RN. The SANS’s three small ships were withdrawn from service in 1933 to 1934, and when World War II broke out, the country’s naval forces had to be built up from scratch – but soon played an important role in patrolling the Cape sea route (and also saw action in the Mediterranean). After the war, South Africa’s naval forces were rationalised, but – in the context of the Cold War and the Soviet threat to the Cape sea route – the SAN then gradually grew in size and importance, albeit that it was (and today still is) small in comparison to major Commonwealth navies. In 1957, the SAN acquired the RN’s Simon’s Town Naval Base. Many exercises were held with the RN and other navies, but gradually South Africa became more isolated internationally because of the National Party government’s racially-based policy of apartheid. In due course, this impacted negatively on the SAN and its interaction with other navies. In 1975, the Simon’s Town Agreement was abrogated and in 1977, the United Nations imposed a mandatory arms embargo against South Africa. In the meantime, the Republic of South Africa (RSA) became embroiled in the Namibian War of Independence (1966–1989) – a war that spilled over into Angola. The SAN played a small, albeit important, role in the war, but the conflict affected the navy negatively. The advent of the truly democratic RSA in 1994 opened new opportunities for the SAN, and since then, the SAN has undertaken many flag-showing cruises to several Commonwealth and other countries, while many foreign warships, including from Commonwealth navies, have visited the RSA and exercised with the SAN.
THE SOUTH AFRICAN NAVY AND ITS PREDECESSORS, 1910–2010: A CENTURY OF INTERACTION WITH COMMONWEALTH NAVIES  [cached]
André Wessels
Scientia Militaria : South African Journal of Military Studies , 2011, DOI: 10.5787/38-2-92
Abstract: In this article, the history of the South African Navy (SAN) and its predecessors is reviewed, as well as the interaction with other Commonwealth navies during the years 1910 to 2010. Although the Union Defence Forces were established in 1912, the Union only acquired its first naval force in 1922, when the South African Naval Service (SANS) was formed. In the meantime, the country’s naval defence was conducted by the Royal Navy (RN). During World War I, 164 members of the South African Division of the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve served in the RN. The SANS’s three small ships were withdrawn from service in 1933 to 1934, and when World War II broke out, the country’s naval forces had to be built up from scratch – but soon played an important role in patrolling the Cape sea route (and also saw action in the Mediterranean). After the war, South Africa’s naval forces were rationalised, but – in the context of the Cold War and the Soviet threat to the Cape sea route – the SAN then gradually grew in size and importance, albeit that it was (and today still is) small in comparison to major Commonwealth navies. In 1957, the SAN acquired the RN’s Simon’s Town Naval Base. Many exercises were held with the RN and other navies, but gradually South Africa became more isolated internationally because of the National Party government’s racially-based policy of apartheid. In due course, this impacted negatively on the SAN and its interaction with other navies. In 1975, the Simon’s Town Agreement was abrogated and in 1977, the United Nations imposed a mandatory arms embargo against South Africa. In the meantime, the Republic of South Africa (RSA) became embroiled in the Namibian War of Independence (1966–1989) – a war that spilled over into Angola. The SAN played a small, albeit important, role in the war, but the conflict affected the navy negatively. The advent of the truly democratic RSA in 1994 opened new opportunities for the SAN, and since then, the SAN has undertaken many flag-showing cruises to several Commonwealth and other countries, while many foreign warships, including from Commonwealth navies, have visited the RSA and exercised with the SAN.
Los desafíos de la democracia argentina en el bicentenario de la Revolución de Mayo
Liliana De Riz
POSTData : Revista de Reflexión y Análisis Político , 2010,
Abstract: En 1910 había conciencia de que un ciclo había concluido. Comenzaba un tiempo de reformas y Argentina era un laboratorio social y político. Este segundo Centenario, en contraste con el clima de ideas de la primera década del siglo XX, se caracteriza por la ausencia de debate público sobre el rumbo del país, sobre cuál es el lugar de Argentina en el mundo y sobre cómo se imagina la Argentina del tercer Centenario. El ejercicio del poder fundado en una peculiar concepción del mandato presidencial, del método para dirimir conflictos y del uso de los bienes públicos configuró una democracia plebiscitaria. In 1910 there was awareness that a cicle had conclude. It started a time of reforms and Argentina was a social and political laboratory. In this second centenary, in contrast to that atmosphere of ideas, there is absence of public debate about the course of the cuontry, its place in the world and how the third centenary is imagined. The exercise of power, based on a peculiar conception of the presidential mandate, the method to resolve the differences and the use of public goods shaped a plebiscitary democracy.
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