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Horowitz, Joel

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ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT
History
ACADEMIC SCHOOL
School of Arts and Sciences

TITLES/RESPONSIBILITIES
Professor Emeritus, History
CONTACT
OFFICE
COURSES TAUGHT
  • HIST 102. Europe since 1815 
  • HIST 200. Historiography
  • HIST 307. Colonial Latin American History 
  • HIST 308. Modern Latin American History 
  • HIST 309. Argentina and Brazil 
  • HIST 310. History of Mexico 
  • HIST 311. US and the Caribbean
ACADEMIC DEGREES
  • Ph.D., History, University of California, Berkeley
  • MA, History, University of California, Berkeley
  • AB, History, University of Pennsylvania
OTHER EDUCATION
  • Fulbright Research Scholar, 1993;
  • Tibesar Prize, awarded by the Conference on Latin American History for the best article in The Americas, 1991;
  • Fulbright Junior Research Scholar, 1984;
  • Doherty Fellowship for Advanced Study in Latin America, 1975-76.
PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND
ACCOMPLISHMENTS
  • Argentina’s Radical Party and Popular Mobilization, 1916-1930 (University Park: Penn State University Press, 2008).
  • Argentine Unions, the State and the Rise of Perón, 1930-1945 (Berkeley: Institute of International Studies, University of California, Berkeley, 1990). Translated as Los sindicatos, el estado y el surgimiento de Perón, 1930-1946 (Buenos Aires: Universidad de Tres de Febrero, 2004).
  • “Football Clubs and Neighbourhoods in Buenos Aires before 1943: The Role of Political Linkages and Personal Influence,” Journal of Latin American Studies (Aug. 2014), 557-587.
  • “Economic History and the Politics of Culture in Twentieth-Century Argentina,” Latin American Research Review 48, 2 (Summer 2013), 193-203.
  • “Populism and Its Legacies in Argentina,” in Populism in Latin America, ed. by Michael L. Conniff, 2nd ed., (Tuscaloosa:  University of Alabama Press, 2012, 23-47.updated version of 1999 edition.
  • “Argentine Historical Writing during an Era of Political and Economic Instability" Oxford History of Historical Writing, Vol. 5:  Historical Writing since 1945, ed. by Axel Schneider and Daniel Woolf (Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2011), 422-439.
  • “Patrones y clientes: el empleo municipal en el Buenos Aires de los primeros gobiernos radicales (1916-1930)," Desarrollo Económico (Jan.-Mar. 2007), 569-596. Slightly revised version of “Bosses and Clients: Municipal Employment in the Buenos Aires of the Radicals, 1916-1930,” Journal of Latin American Studies (Oct. 1999), 617-644.
  • “Corruption, Crime, and Punishment: Recent Scholarship on Latin America” Latin American Research Review, 40, 1 (Feb. 2005), 268-277.
  • “History: 19th and 20th Centuries: Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay,” with Thomas Whigham, Handbook of Latin American Studies: No. 60, prepared for the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress, ed. by Lawrence Boudon (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2005), 415-460.
  • “Una vez más los sindicatos y el ascenso al poder de Juan D. Perón,” Desarrollo Económico (July-September 2004), 307-311.
  • “Los Radicales, Alvear y la búsqueda de apoyo entre los obreros ferroviarios,” Cuadernos de Historia, Serie Economía y Sociedad, 5, 2002, 85-108.
  • “History: 19th and 20th Centuries: Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay,” with Thomas Whigham, Handbook of Latin American Studies: No. 58 prepared for the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress, ed. by Lawrence Boudon (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2002), 414-458.
  • “Cuando las élites y los trabajadores coincidieron: La resistencia al programa de bienestar patrocinado por el gobierno argentino, 1923-1924, Anuario IEHS, No. 16, 2001,109-12.
  • “El movimiento obrero,” in Nueva historia argentina, ed. by Juan Suriano, Vol VII: Crisis económica, avance del Estado y incertidumbre política (1930-1943), ed. by Alejandro Cattaruzza (Buenos Aires: Sudamericana, 2001), 239-282.
  • “Bosses and Clients: Municipal Employment in the Buenos Aires of the Radicals, 1916-1930,” Journal of Latin American Studies (Oct. 1999), 617-644.
  • “History: 19th and 20th Centuries: Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay,” with Joseph T. Criscenti, Handbook of Latin American Studies: No. 56 prepared for the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress, ed. by Dolores Moyano Martin (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1999), 420-456.
  • “Populism and Its Legacies in Argentina,” in Populism in Latin America, ed. by Michael L. Conniff (Tuscaloosa:  University of Alabama Press, 1999), 22-42.
  • Four articles in Encyclopedia of Latin American History, ed. by Barbara A. Tannenbaum (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1996).
  • “Argentina’s Failed General Strike of 1921: A Critical Moment in the Radicals’ Relations with Unions,” Hispanic American Historical Review (Feb. 1995), 57-79.
  • “The Industrialists and the Rise of Juan Perón, 1943-1946: Some Implications for the Conceptualization of Populism,” The Americas (Oct. 1990), 199-218.
  • “Occupational Community and the Creation of a Self-Styled Elite: Railroad Workers in Argentina,” The Americas (July 1985), 55-81. Also in Spanish translation in Desarrollo Económico (Oct.-Dec. 1985), 421-446.
  • “Ideologías sindicales y políticas estatales en la Argentina, 1930-1943,” Desarrollo Económico (July-Sept. 1984), 275-296.
  • “The Impact of Pre-1943 Labor Union Traditions on Peronism,” Journal of Latin American Studies (May 1983), 101-116. Also in Spanish translation in La formación del sindicalismo peronista, ed. by Juan Carlos Torre (Buenos Aires: Legasa, 1988), 99-118.
TEACHING PHILOSOPHY
CURRENT RESEARCH INTERESTS/PROJECTS
Soccer, civic associations and politics in the interwar period in Argentina.
PERSONAL INTERESTS/COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
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