De una “feliz revolución” a una “revolución criminal”. El concepto de revolución en la prensa de Lima y Buenos Aires en tiempos de legitimidad política (1810-1816)

Translated title of the contribution: From a “Happy Revolution” to a “Criminal Revolution”. The Concept of Revolution in the Press of Lima and Buenos Aires in Times of Political Legitimacy (1810-1816)

Daniel Morán, Carlos Carcelén

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Abstract

In times of commemorations of the bicentennials of independence in Latin America and before an important historiographical renewal, this work reflects the characteristics, meanings and political uses of the concept of revolution in the press speeches of Lima and Buenos Aires in that complex conjuncture of war (1810-1816). In this sense, the concept of revolution served to defend the interests of the groups of realistic or revolutionary power, characterizing in both cases a political process, the historical agents that faced it, the contrasts, variations and meanings of the term within their spaces of influence and their own legitimacy and political practice.

Translated title of the contributionFrom a “Happy Revolution” to a “Criminal Revolution”. The Concept of Revolution in the Press of Lima and Buenos Aires in Times of Political Legitimacy (1810-1816)
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)148-178
Number of pages31
JournalFronteras de la Historia
Volume27
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - 1 Jan 2022
Externally publishedYes

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