Mexico

Hellboy in Mexico (2016)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at April 29, 2016
Hellboy in Mexico (2016)

Hellboy in Mexico (2016)
English | CBR | 152 pages | 174.39 MB

In 1956, Hellboy caravans across Mexico—vampire hunting with luchadores, finding the Aztec gods, fighting evil turkeys and Frankenstein’s monster, and drinking way too much tequila, in the strangest collection of his adventures yet. Collects “Hellboy versus the Aztec Mummy,” “Hellboy Gets Married,” and “The Coffin Man 2: The Rematch” from Dark Horse Presents, “The Coffin Man” from Hellboy 20th Anniversary Sampler, Hellboy in Mexico, and Hellboy: House of the Living Dead.

Ethnobotany of Mexico  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Underaglassmoon at April 26, 2016
Ethnobotany of Mexico

Ethnobotany of Mexico: Interactions of People and Plants in Mesoamerica
Springer | Plant Sciences | May 25, 2016 | ISBN-10: 1461466687 | 560 pages | pdf | 23.6 mb

Editors: Lira, Rafael, Casas, Alejandro, Blancas, José (Eds.)
Original research from leading scholars on the botany of Mexico
Latest scientific results
Comprehensive coverage of ethnobotany of Mexico

Oh Mexico! Love and Adventure in Mexico City  

Posted by arundhati at May 13, 2015
Oh Mexico! Love and Adventure in Mexico City

Lucy Neville, "Oh Mexico! Love and Adventure in Mexico City"
2011 | ISBN-10: 1857885724 | 330 pages | EPUB | 1 MB
Garmin City Navigator North America NT Lower 49 States + Mexico + Canada NT 2015.20 MULTiLANGUAGE

Garmin City Navigator North America NT Lower 49 States + Mexico + Canada NT 2015.20 | 2.57 GB

Mexico: The Remaking of an Economy  

Posted by bayern at Aug. 18, 2009
Mexico: The Remaking of an Economy

Mexico: The Remaking of an Economy
Publisher: Brookings Institution Press | ISBN: 0815753209 | edition 2002 | PDF | 287 pages | 1,16 mb

Hailed by Choice as "a concise, exceptionally clear exposition of the transformation of Mexican economic policy since 1982," and selected as one of the magazine's outstanding books, the first edition of Mexico: The Remaking of an Economy was published at the height of "Mexico-optimism." In 1992, most analysts and observers viewed Mexico as a model reformer among developing nations. Two years later, however, Mexico was on the verge of a financial collapse; indeed, even before the crisis of 1995, Mexico's performance was lackluster.

The History of Mexico  

Posted by SKS1981 at May 13, 2009
The History of Mexico

The History of Mexico
Publisher: Greenwood Press | ISBN: 0313303517 | edition 2000 | CHM | 245 pages | 1,27 mb

This narrative history of Mexico through 1998 will help students and interested readers to understand the long, distinguished, and sometimes turbulent history of our neighbor to the south. Every American should be familiar with the history of Mexico, which in many ways parallels that of the United States. Surveying Mexico from the arrival of the first humans in the Western Hemisphere to current issues at the turn of the new century, this work dispels many of the stereotypes about Mexico, its history, and its people. The sweep of the narrative transports the reader from Mexico's great cultural past to current issues such as the war on drugs, participation in the North American Free Trade Agreement, and the search for political stability as Mexico enters the 21st century.
So Far from Allah, So Close to Mexico: Middle Eastern Immigrants in Modern Mexico

heresa Alfaro-Velcamp " So Far from Allah, So Close to Mexico: Middle Eastern Immigrants in Modern Mexico "
University of Texas Press | Pages: 286 | 2007-07-01 | ISBN- 0292716419 | PDF | 3MB

Middle Eastern immigration to Mexico is one of the intriguing, untold stories in the history of both regions. In So Far from Allah, So Close to Mexico, Theresa Alfaro-Velcamp presents the fascinating findings of her extensive fieldwork in Mexico as well as in Lebanon and Syria, which included comprehensive data collection from more than 8,000 original immigration cards as well as studies of decades of legal publications and the collection of historiographies from descendents of Middle Eastern immigrants living in Mexico today.
Empire and Revolution: The Americans in Mexico Since the Civil War

Empire and Revolution: The Americans in Mexico Since the Civil War
Publisher: University of California Press | ISBN: 0520223241 | edition 2002 | PDF | 688 pages | 49.3 mb

The deep relationship between the United States and Mexico has had repercussions felt around the world. This sweeping and unprecedented chronicle of the economic and social connections between the two nations opens a new window onto history from the Civil War to today and brilliantly illuminates the course of events that made the United States a global empire. The Mexican Revolution, Manifest Destiny, World War II, and NAFTA are all part of the story, but John Mason Hart's narrative transcends these moments of economic and political drama, resonating with the themes of wealth and power. Combining economic and historical analysis with personal memoirs and vivid descriptions of key episodes and players, "Empire and Revolution" is based on substantial amounts of previously unexplored source material.Hart excavated recently declassified documents in the archives of the United States government and travelled extensively in rural Mexico to uncover the rich sources for this gripping story of 135 years of intervention, cooperation, and corruption. Beginning just after the American Civil War, Hart traces the activities of an elite group of financiers and industrialists who, sensing opportunities for wealth to the south, began to develop Mexico's infrastructure. He charts their activities through the pivotal regime of Porfirio Diaz, when Americans began to gain ownership of Mexico's natural resources, and through the Mexican Revolution, when Americans lost many of their holdings in Mexico. Hart concentrates less on traditional political history in the twentieth century and more on the hidden interactions between Americans and Mexicans, especially the unfolding story of industrial production in Mexico for export to the United States.Throughout, this masterful narrative illuminates the development and expansion of the American railroad, oil, mining, and banking industries. Hart also shows how the export of the 'American Dream' has shaped such areas as religion and work attitudes in Mexico. "Empire and Revolution" reveals much about the American psyche, especially the compulsion of American elites toward wealth, global power, and contact with other peoples, often in order to 'save' them. These characteristics were first expressed internationally in Mexico, and Hart shows that the Mexican experience was and continues to be a prototype for US expansion around the world. His work demonstrates the often inconspicuous yet profoundly damaging impact of American investment in the underdeveloped countries of Latin America, Asia, and Africa. "Empire and Revolution" will be the definitive book on US-Mexico relations and their local and global ramifications.

Open Mexico - 2016 Full Year Issues Collection  Magazines

Posted by crazy-slim at Dec. 6, 2016
Open Mexico - 2016 Full Year Issues Collection

Open Mexico - 2016 Full Year Issues Collection
Spanish | 12 pages | True PDF | 406 MB

Open Mexico - Diciembre 2016  Magazines

Posted by crazy-slim at Dec. 6, 2016
Open Mexico - Diciembre 2016

Open Mexico - Diciembre 2016
Spanish | 118 pages | True PDF | 25 MB