- Title Pages
- For Nahuel, Leah and Joshua
- Illustrations and Tables
- Preface and Acknowledgements
1.On the border: Chiapas, between empire and republic
2.Post-independence politics and land: from the community to agrarian servitude
3.The politics of Porfirian Chiapas, 1870–1914
4Modernization, race and the state
5.Building the Porfirian state: administrative centralization, Indian communities and the ‘reinvention of tradition’
6.Land privatization and agrarian relations in Chiapas during the Porfiriato
7‘Disguised slavery’: debt peonage in Chiapas, 1876–1914
8.Debt peonage and regional export development: Pichucalco, Chilón, Palenque and Soconusco, 1876–1914
- Producing Modernity in Mexico
- British Academy
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