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‘The world created anew’: Land, religion and revolution in the Gran Nayar region of Mexico

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The Mexican Revolution – the first of the great revolutions of the twentieth century – is today recognised by scholars as the cumulative result of ‘many Revolutions,’ occurring in multiple locations, for multiple reasons, over a thirty year period from Madero’s rebellion against the Díaz dictatorship in 1911, to the consolidation of the Mexican state in the late 1930s. No region remained untouched by the rebellions and reforms that transformed the country over these years: not least ‘el Gr...

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University of Oxford
Oxford college:
New College
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New College, Oxford
Grant:
1379 Society Old Members Scholarship: The Graeme Gates Award
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Arts & Humanities Research Council
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327629
Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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2018-07-23

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