Luces y sombras sobre América Latina en una historia global

Carlos Riojas

Resumo


Tras haberse realizado una actualización bibliométrica del número de artículos publicados sobre América Latina como tema principal de estudio en las revistas Journal of World History y Journal of Global History, se ratifica que existe una periferización del continente. El objetivo del presente artículo es cuestionar si lo anterior es un fenómeno cuantitativo o si existen algunas excepciones al respecto; es decir, ¿cuáles son los factores institucionales que subyacen a ese fenómeno? La exposición se divide en tres partes. Primero, se detallan los hallazgos relacionados con la actualización bibliométrica; luego, se exponen cuatro ejemplos donde el papel de América Latina es relevante en narraciones influyentes que se conectan con la historia global; por último, se exponen algunos factores con los que se intenta explicar la naturaleza de esas manifestaciones, lo que arroja un panorama de luces y sombras sobre América Latina en las interpretaciones de historia global.

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América Latina; Historia Global; Periferia

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5007/2175-7976.2019v26n41p42

Direitos autorais 2019 Carlos Riojas

Esboços: histórias em contextos globais - ISSN da versão impressa 1414-722x (cessou em 2008) e ISSN eletrônico 2175-7976 - Florianópolis - SC - Brasil