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Lynch, John


LYNCH, John. British, b. 1927. Genres: History. Career: University of Liverpool, lecturer in History, 1954-61; University of London, lecturer, reader and professor of Latin American History, University College, 1961-74, professor of Latin American History and Director of Institute of Latin American Studies, 1974-87, emeritus professor, 1987-. Publications: Spanish Colonial Administration, 1782-1810: The Intendant System in the Vice-royalty of the Rio de la Plata, 1958; Spain Under the Habsburgs, 2 vols., 1964-69; (ed. with R. A. Humphreys) The Origins of the Latin American Revolutions 1808-1826, 1965; The Spanish American Revolutions 1808-1826, 1973; Argentine Dictator: Juan Manuel de Rosas 1829-1852, 1981; (with others) The Cambridge History of Latin America, vol. 3, 1985, vol. 4, 1986; Bourbon Spain 1700-1808, 1989; Caudillos in Spanish America 1800-1850, 1992; Latin American Revolutions, 1808-1826: Old and New World Origins, 1994; Massacre in the Pampas, 1872: Britain and Argentina in the Age of Migration, 1998; Latin America between Colony and Nation, 2001. Address: 8 Templars Cres, London N3 3QS, England. Online address: [email protected]

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