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      Women owners in Mexico City during the conjuncture of liberal reform [2]
      Why Seek Clarity in Darkest Hour? [1]
      Vida y milagros de Lorín, el perico detective: violencia, crimen y justicia en la mirada de dos niños mexicanos a principios del siglo XX [1]
      Los usos de la historia en los inicios de la contrainsurgencia novohispana: Manuel Abad y Queipo y Manuel Ignacio González del Campillo [1]
      Unhealthy Entertainment: Cinemas and Children in Mexico City in the 1920s [1]
      Um crime cometido sob o efeito da ira e de intensa dor. Teoria da degenerescência e psiquiatriana defesa de Jorge Eliecer Gaitán em favor de Jorge Zawadzky. Colômbia, 1935 [1]
      ¡Toros sí!, ¡toros no!: del tiempo cuando Benito Juárez prohibió las corridas de toros [1]
      Time as a concept-form and the problem of historicity: a systems perspective [1]
      "Timbres rojos" y el Comité Nacional de Lucha contra la Tuberculosis, Ciudad de México, 1939-1950 [1]
      El tiempo como concepto-forma y el problema de la historicidad: un enfoque sistémico [1]
      The Visual Construction of Happiness and Family Coexistence in Mexico: Advertisements in the Graphic Press (1930-1970) [1]
      The Uses of History in the Beginning of the Novohispanic Counter-insurgence: Manuel Abad y Queipo and Manuel Ignacio González del Campillo [1]
      The Urban Frankenstein: Ecologists, Urban Planners and Engineers Facing the Hydrological Crisis in Mexico City in the Middle of the 20th Century [1]
      The road from the “antituberculosis armory” to the Huipulco Tuberculosis Sanatorium in Mexico City, 1920-1940 [1]
      The Restoration in New Spain: War, Regime Changes and Militarization in New Spain, 1814-1820 [1]
      The reconfiguration of time in historiographic narration by Paul Ricoeur [1]
      The problem of historical truth: a reading from hermeneutic phenomenology [1]
      The Poetics of History as Irony: Constructivism, Observation and Reflexive Value [2]
      The patients and their diagnosis at La Castañeda General Asylum. An approach from quantitative history (Mexico, 1910-1968) [1]
      The Mexican connection: Cárdenas, Roosevelt and the Spanish Civil War [1]