Brading, D. A.
BRADING, D. A.
BRADING, D. A. British, b. 1936. Genres: Area studies, Cultural/Ethnic topics, History. Career: University of California, Berkeley, assistant professor, 1965-71; Yale University, New Haven, CT, associate professor, 1971-73; Cambridge University, England, lecturer in history, 1973-91, director of Centre of Latin American Studies, 1975-90; reader in Latin American Histoy, 1991-; writer. Publications: Miners and Merchants in Bourbon Mexico, 1971; Haciendas and Ranchos in Mexican Bajio, 1979; Myth and Prophecy in Mexican History, 1984; The Origins of Mexican Nationalism, 1985; The First America, 1492-1867, 1991; Church and State in Bourbon Mexico 1749-1810, 1994; Mexican Phoenix: Our Lady of Guadalupe, 2001. Address: History Faculty Bldg, Cambridge University, West Rd, Cambridge, England.