Introduction / Helen Delpar and Ben W. Fallaw pt. 1. Society and politics The Caste War of Yucatan in long-term perspective / Marie Lapointe Casting an image of modernity : Yucatan at the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893 / Helen Delpar A measure of liberty : the politics of labor in revolutionary Yucatan, 1915-1918 / Paul K. Eiss Removing the yoke of tradition : Yucatan's revolutionary women, revolutionary reforms / Stephanie J. Smith The crusade of the Mayab : Cardenista modernization and contestation in Yucatan, 1935-1940 / Ben W. Fallaw Against great odds : Lebanese entrepreneurs and the development of modern Yucatan / Eric N. Baklanoff The decline and collapse of Yucatan's Henequen agro-industry : neoliberalism reconsidered / Othâon Baänos Ramâirez pt. 2. Religion Josâe Canuto Vela and Yucatan's "benign" clergy from independence to the reform, 1821-1861 / Lynda S. Morrison From Santa Iglesia to Santa Cruz : Yucatecan popular religion in peace and war, 1800-1876 / Terry Rugeley The resurgence of the Church in Yucatan : the Olegario Molina-Crescencio Carrillo alliance, 1867-1901 / Hernâan Menâendez Rodrâiguez with Ben W. Fallaw From acrimony to accommodation : church-state relations in revolutionary-era Yucatan, 1915-1940 / Ben W. Fallaw Some final thoughts on regional history and the encounter with modernity at Mexico's periphery / Gilbert M. Joseph.
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Print version: Peripheral visions : politics, society, and the challenges of modernity in Yucatan. Tuscaloosa : University of Alabama Press,  viii, 275 pages ; 24 cm