Estudios Latinoamericanos vol. 4 (1978)

 

CARÁTULAS

 
Artículos y estudios

La toponimia indígena en la cuenca del río Chicama (Perú)

    Andrzej Krzanowski (Cracovia) y Jan Szemiński (Varsovia)

Abstract/description:

The Chicama river lies north of river Moche and south of river Jequetepeque and the city of Cajamarca. Among the indigenous languages spoken in this region Yunka, Kullic, Muchic and Quechua had the greatest influence. A number of words exists that originate from other local languages like designated Chicama B. This study includes observations on indigenous depository of toponymics. This is followed by an attempt to reconstruct the history of presence of different indigenous ethnic groups. This includes spatial allocations of vocabularies.

English abstract/description written by Michał Gilewski

 

A formação do capitalismo dependente do Brasil

    Ladislas Dowbor (Coimbra)

The study is dedicated to the process of formation capitalist economical structures in Brazil within the scope of dependency theory.

 

O Estado no capitalismo dependente: Brasil, uma tentativa de análise teórica

    Henryk Szlajfer (Varsovia)

This article is dedicated to the relation between development of institutions of the state and capitalist economy in Brazil.

 

Religious Ferment among the Indians of British Guiana at the Turn of the 19th Century

    Aleksander Posern-Zieliński (Poznań)

Abstract/description:

This article is a the historical overview of local socio-religious syncretic movements in Guiana. Both protestant Christianization and the complex colonization process that resulted in Dutch and British presence were crucial to the emergence of these new ideas. First syncretic beliefs linked the figure of Christ with a local mythical being called Makunaima. This kind of belief appears to start in 1840's with the Awakaipu, a native man who was able to gather some followers. By the end of the 19th Century roots of a new religious movement, named the Hallelujah, started to develop independently.

English abstract/description written by Michał Gilewski

 

El movimiento del proletariado del sector azúcarero en Cuba en la primera mitad de los años treinta

    Marcin Kula (Varsovia)

Abstract/description:

The Cuban Labor movement has origins in a workers' union called Confederación Nacional Obrera de Cuba (CNOC). The union was founded in 1925 under communist leadership. The organization's goal was to unionize 200 thousand Cuban workers. Of great importance was the fact that organization was aimed at rural populations rather than urban workers. Poor farmers and agricultural/migratory workers were in great need of emancipation and deprived of socioeconomic rights. Especially the workers of the sugar industry were eager to participate in the movement. Thanks to them, the organization saw rapid development in the early 30's. The sugar industry workers were very important in shaping the movement. Despite involvement in agriculture they had a lot in common with urban workers which greatly contributed to the development of the CNOC.

English abstract/description written by Michał Gilewski

 

Las fluctuaciones cíclicas y el desarrollo económico de México en los años 1946-1970

    Ryszard Żukowski (Toruń)

Abstract/description:

The article analyzes Mexican economic development between 1946 and 1970. The research objective is to ascertain the cyclic fluctuations in economic data. According to Zukowski, such repeating disturbances are caused by two factors. The first is the relation of Mexican economy with the economy of the United States – the economic situation in United States had great influence on the Mexican economy. The second factor behind such disturbances was related with the fluctuations of agricultural production.

English abstract/description written by Michał Gilewski

 

La reforma agraria y las transformaciones de la agricultura en Colombia y Venezuela

    Maria Skoczek (Varsovia)

Abstract/description:

Columbia and Venezuela are neighboring countries. In this article the structure of land reform is studied and compared. Both countries founded dedicated institutions for managing such reforms. In Venezuela this was the task of Instituto Agrario Nacional (IAN), while the responsible institution in Columbia was Instituto Colombiano de la Reforma Agraria (INCORA). An overview of these actions and their extent as well as corresponding economic indicators are presented.

English abstract/description written by Michał Gilewski

 

Las políticas del desarrollo regional del Caribe: México y Venezuela

    Mirosława Czerny (Varsovia)

Abstract/description:

The Latin-American countries tend to have a certain pattern of centralization of state administration, which remains an important obstacle to the process of sustainable regional development. Developmental policies of Mexico and Venezuela are compared in relation to this problem. Short histories and outlines of those policies are presented. According to Czerny's 1978 study the Mexican policies can be characterized as successful in decentralization and equal development of regions, while Venezuelan policies were not so well designed and rather simplistic.

English abstract/description written by Michał Gilewski

 

Polonia y América Latina

La presencia de la emigración polaca en América Latina y la política cultural de Polonia en este continente

    Tadeusz Łepkowski (Varsovia)

¿Narrativa o cultura? Apuntes sobre las traducciones de narrativa latinoamericana en Polonia

    Carlos Marrodan Casas (Varsovia)

En torno a la serie «Prosa Iberoamericana»

    Maria Kaniowa (Cracovia)
 

Problemas - Discusiones - Polémicas

Interpretación de los movimientos socio-religiosos

    Aleksander Posern Zieliński (Poznań), Jan Szemiński (Varsovia)

De Adaneva a Inkarrí. ¿Una visión científica del Perú?

    Ryszard Tomicki (Varsovia)
    

Reseñas

    Tadeusz Łepkowski (editor): El campesinado en la vida política del Tercer Mundo. De los estudios comparativos sobre la historia de los movimientos campesinos

    (Jacek Kochanowicz - Varsovia)

    Edward Iwaszkiewicz: Desarrollo social de los países del Tercer Mundo. Población, salud y alimentación
    (Andrzej Bonasewicz - Varsovia)
    Marcin Kula (editor): La guerra del Chaco vista por la diplomacia polaca
    (Ryszard Stemplowski y Jan Szemiński - Varsovia)
    Tomasz Knothe: La América Latina en la política de los EE. UU. en los años 1945 –1975

    (Robert Mroziewicz - Varsovia)
    Ewa Legomska-Dworniak: Polonia – Cuba. Economía, colaboración

    (Teresa Gilas - Toruń)
    Elżbieta Helena Nieciowa (editora): Ignacy Domeyko. Cartas a Władysław Laskowicz

    (Ryszard Schnepf - Varsovia)
    Aniela Szwejcerowa: Ignacy Domeyko

    (Ryszard Schnepf- Varsovia)
    Janina Z. Klawe: Aluísio Azevedo – criador do naturalismo brasileiro

    (Adam Janowski - Varsovia)

    Notas bibliográficas

    Bibliografía

 
Fuentes

As fontes da história da emigração para o Brasil situadas nos arquivos da Polónia

    Krzysztof Groniowski

 
Crónica

    La Cátedra de Iberística de la Universidad de Varsovia

    (Jan Kieniewicz - Varsovia)

    La latinoamericanística en el centro etnográfico de Poznań

    (Aleksander Posern-Zieliński- Poznań)

    El Centro de Estudios Latinoamericanos del Instituto Geográfico de la Universidad de Varsovia.

    (Andrzej Bonasewicz - Varsovia)
    La América Latina en el Congreso Mundial de Sociología Rural
    (Jan Grosfeld - Varsovia)

    Las investigaciones acerca de la imigración polaca en América Latina

    Tesis doctorales relacionadas con América Latina, defendidas en Polonia (III)

    Tesis doctorales de segundo grado (habilitacja), relacionadas con América Latina, defendidas en Polonia (I)