Joseph L Love

 Joseph Love

Contact Information

Lemann Inst. of Brazilian Sts.
300 Intl. Studies Bldg.
910 S Fifth
M/C 481
Champaign, IL 61820
Professor Emeritus
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Biography

Joseph Love is professor emeritus of history at the university of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.  He formerly directed the Lemann Institute for Brazilian Studies at the university.  Previous to that he was director of the Center for Latin American  and Caribbean Studies.

Research Interests

  • His research interests include Brazilian history and the history of economic ideas in Latin America.

Education

  • A.B., Harvard, 1960 (economics)
  • M.A., Stanford, 1963 (history)
  • Ph.D, Columbia, 1967 (history)

Distinctions / Awards

  • Commendation of "Distinction" on dissertation at Columbia University, 1967
  • Conference Prize, CLAH (1971) for article, "Political Participation"
  • Honorable mention (2d place) for Bolton Prize (1972) for Rio Grande do Sul
  • Prize for best paper in Latin American history, Southwest Social Science Assn. (1977), fpr "Against the Tide: Liberal Politics in Sao Paulo, 1930-1937
  • Cited on UIUC list of "excellent teachers"
  • Grant from UIUC program for Faculty Study in a Second Discipline, fall, 1978, and fall, 1985
  • Research Associate, St. Anthony's College, Oxford University, Mar.-Aug., 1982
  • Undergraduate Instructional Award, UIUC, Summer 1983
  • Mobil Award for outstanding Instructional Project
  • Visiting Fellow, Institudo de Estudos Avancados (Inst. for Advanced Study), U. de Sao Paulo, 1989-90
  • Arnold O. Beckman Research Award, UIUC, 1993 (with reseach funds)
  • Named "Distinguished Brazilian Studies Scholar" by Brazilian Embassy, Washington, D.C., 2002
  • Visiting Scholar, Department of Economics, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, 2004-05, 2008-2009
  • Visiting Scholar, University of Leuven (Louvain), April-May 2004 (Leuven-UIUC exchange)
  • Foreign Area Fellowship (Ford)
  • Visiting Fellow, Instituto Ortega y Gasset, and Visiting Associate, Fundacion Juan March, Madrid, 1995-96
  • Listed in Who's Who in America,1995-
  • Senior University Scholar, UIUC, 1993 (with research funds)
  • Woodrow Wilson Fellowship
  • Fulbright-Hays Research Grants (twice)
  • SSRC Fellowship (twice), University of Illinois
  • NEH Senior Research Fellowship (twice)
  • Hewlett Fellowship
  • IREX Fellowship
  • Guggenheim Fellowship
  • Delivered annual UIUC Humanities Lecture, Sept., 2000: “Ideas and Institutions: A View from the Periphery.”
  • Named one of 50 scholars since 1913 in College of Liberal Arts and Sciences’ Gallery of Excellence for “positioning LAS as a leader in Brazilian studies,” 2014.

Courses

  • Surveys of colonial and national periods of Latin American history; history of Brazil; history of Mexico; slavery and race relations in Latin America; history of Spain and Portugal; social science approaches to Latin American issues; emergence of the Third World; Four Latin American ideas: structuralism, dependency, liberation theology, and pedagogy of the oppressed; modern Cuban history; graduate seminar and problems courses; "Economic Growth, the State, and Ideology in Latin America: 1880-1980" (NEH Seminar for College Teachers, 1984); undergraduate seminars for U. of Illinois students in Mexico City (the Mexican Revolution), June, 1995, Havana, Cuba (Cuba and the United States), June, 2000, and Madrid, Spain (Spanish Civil War), June 2002; graduate courses on economic history of the world since 1945 (2004); recent historiography of Brazil (2006, 2008).

Selected Publications

Books

The Revolt of the Whip Stanford Stanford University Press 2012.
Translated as Făurirea Lumii a Treia: Teorii şi Teoreticieni ai Subdezvoltării în Romania şi Brazilia Bucharest Editura Univers 2002.
Translated as A Construção do Terceiro Mundo: Teorizando o Subdesenvolvimento na Romênia e no Brasil Rio de Janero Editora Paz e Terra 1998.
Crafting the Third World: Theorizing, Underdevelopement in Rumania and Brazil Stanford, California Stanford U. Press 1996.
Translated as A Locomotiva: São Paulo na Federação Brasileira Rio de Janeiro Editora Paz e Terra 1982.
São Paulo in the Brazilian Federation, 1889-1937 Stanford, California Stanford U. Press 1980.
Translated as O Regionalismo Gaúcho e as Origens da Revolução de 1930 São Paulo Editora Perspectiva 1975.
Rio Grande do Sul and Brazilian Regionalism, 1882-1930 Stanford, California Stanford U. Press 1971.

Journal Articles

The Brazilian Federal State in the First Republic (1889-1930): Did Regime Change Make a Difference?” to be published in Miguel Centeno and Agustin Ferraro Paper Leviathans? Latin American State Formation, 1830-1930 2012.
Ideias e ideologias econômicas na América Latina, c. 1930-c.1990 Historia da America Latina 8 2011, p. 161-242; 679-685.
The Latin American Contribution to Center-Periphery Perspectives: History and Prospect Cores, Peripheries, and Globalization: Essays in Honor of Ivan T. Berend 2011, p. 15-42.
Late Agrarianism in Brazil: Kautsky and Chayanov in the 1970s and 1980s Bauerngesellschaften auf dem Weg in die Moderne: Agrarismus in Ostmitteleuropa 1880 bis 1960 2010, p. 257-274.
Latin America, UNCTAD, and the Postwar Trading System Economic Development in Latin America: Essays in Honor of Werner Baer 2010, p. 22-33.
The Roots of Unequal Exchange: Mihail Manoilescu and the Debate of the 1930s Ragnar Nurkse (1907-2007): Classical Development Economics and its Relevance for Today 2009, p. 103-118.
Love, Joseph L A Reversal in the Historical Role of Tariffs in Economic Growth? The Cases of Brazil and Portugal Estudos Econômicos 38 3 2008, p. 461-492.
A Reversal in the Historical Role of Tariffs in Economic Growth? The Cases of Brazil and Portugal Estudos Econômicos 38 3 2008, p. 461-492.
Liberalism: Overview The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Modern World. Edited by Peter N. Stearns 4 2008, p. 499-504.
The Lula Government in Historical Perspective Brazil under Lula 2008, p. 305-315.
Hentschke, Jens, and Joseph Love Vargas and Brazil: New Perspectives Journal of Latin American Studies 2008, p. 4.
Elites regionais Por outra história das elites 2006, p. 77-97.
Flux and Reflux: Interwar and Postwar Structuralist Theories of Development in Romania and Latin America History and Culture of Economic Nationalism in East Central Europe 2006, p. 71-86.
Marinheiros negros em águas internacionais [Marinheiros negros em águas internacionais] Revista de História da Biblioteca Nacional 1 9 2006, p. 30-32.
Prebisch en la UNCTAD ., Raúl Prebisch: Power, Principle and The Ethics of Development 2006, p. 37-63.
Prebisch en la UNCTAD Raúl Prebisch: El poder, los principios y la ética del desarrollo 2006, p. 39-65.
Institutional Foundations of Economic Ideas in Latin America, 1914-1950 Economic Doctrines in Latin America: Origins, Embedding and Evolution 2005, p. 142-156.
O sistema de Castilhos 100 anos depois: A perspectiva de um comparativista Júlio de Castilhos e o paradoxo republicano 2005, p. 71-84.
Summerhill, William, and Joseph Love Order against Progress: Government, Foreign Investment, and Railroads in Brazil, 1854-1913 Histoire Sociale/Social History 75 2005, p. 195-197.
The Rise and Decline of Economic Structuralism in Latin America: New Dimensions Latin American Research Review 40 3 2005, p. 100-125.
The Rise and Decline of Economic Structuralism in Latin America: New Dimensions Latin American Research Review 40 3 2005, p. 100-125.
The Rise and Fall of Structuralism Economic Doctrines in Latin America: Origins, Embedding and Evolution 2005, p. 157-181.
Structuralism and Dependency in Peripheral Europe: Latin American Ideas in Spain and Portugal Latin American Research Review 39 2 2004, p. 114-139.
Structuralism and Dependency in Peripheral Europe: Latin American Ideas in Spain and Portugal Latin American Research Review 39 2 2004, p. 114-139.
Acotaciones a la influencia de las ideas económicas de Mihail Manoilescu en Portugal y España Empresas Políticas 2 3 2003, p. 101-105.
Entrevista com Joseph L. Love Estudos Históricos 32 2003, p. 165-177.
Love, Joseph, and Judy Bieber Power, Patronage, and Political Violence: State Building on a Brazilian Frontier, 1822-1889 AHR 2003, p. 1497-1498.
Flux şi Reflux: Teoriile Structuraliste ale Dezvoltării din Perioada Interbelică şi Cea Postbelică în România şi America Latină Oeconomica XI 3 2002, p. 269-283.
Mihail Manoilescu în Peninsula Iberică şi în America Latină Oeconomică XI 2 2002, p. 273-287.
Raúl Prebisch on CEPAL’s Achievements and Deficiencies: An Unpublished Interview CEPAL Review 41 164 2002, p. 531-553.
Resisting Liberalism: Theorizing Backwardness and Development in Rumania before 1914 Economic Thought and Policy in Less Developed Europe: The Nineteenth Century 2002, p. 105-128.
CEPAL’s Achievements and Deficiencies: An Unpublished Interview CEPAL Review 75 2001, p. 9-22.
Entrevista inédita a Prebisch: Logros y deficiencias de la CEPAL Revista de la CEPAL 75 2001, p. 9-23.
Furtado e o estruturalismo” in Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira and José Márcio Rego A grande esperança em Celso Furtado 34 2001, p. 221-252.
A república brasileira: Federalismo e regionalismo, 1889-1937 A viagem incompleta: A experiência brasileira 1500-2000 2 2000, p. 121-160.
Regionalism and Federalism in Brazil, 1889-1937 Percursos da Memória: Construções do Imaginário Nacional 2000, p. 233-254.
Furtado, las ciencias sociales y la historia Estudios Sociológicos de El Colegio de México 17 49 1999, p. 3-21.
História da vida privada no Brasil, 4: Contrastes da intimidade contemporánea [History of Private Life in Brazil : Contrasts of Contemporary Intimacy] Folha de S. Paulo 1999, p. 1.
Las fuentes del estructuralismo latinoamericano Prebisch y Furtado: El estruc-turalismo latinoamericano 1999, p. 17-32.
Latin America’s Path from Backwardness to Development Perspectives on Development: The Euro-Mediterranean Partnership 1999, p. 138-164.
Dependency Theories in Rumania before 1945 Uneven Development in Europe, 1918-1939 1998, p. 85-106.
Furtado, Social Science, and Historiography Colonial Legacies: The Problem of Persistence in Latin American History 1998, p. 209-222; 293-299.
Latin America’s Path from Backwardness to Development Journal of North African Studies 3 2 1998, p. 138-164.
Ideas and Action in Postwar Brazil Macalester International 5 1997, p. 3-38.
Regionalism and Federalism in Brazil, 1889-1937 Politics, Society, and Democracy 1997, p. 207-236.
Economic Ideas and Ideologies in Latin America since 1930 Ideas and Ideologies in Twentieth Century Latin America 1996, p. 207-274; 371-377.
Las fuentes del estructuralismo latinoamericano Desarrollo Económico 36 141 1996, p. 391-402.
Las raíces del retraso económico en Latinoamérica Revista Paraguaya de Sociología 33 95 1996, p. 57-80.
The Roots of Latin America's Backwardness Rich Nations--Poor Nations: The Long-Run Perspective 1996, p. 39-64.
Economic Ideas and Ideologies in Latin America since 1930 Cambridge History of Latin America 11 1995, p. 873-878.
A New Look at the International Intellectual Environment of the 1930s and 1940s The Legacy of Raúl Prebisch 1994, p. 55-62.
Federalismo y regionalismo en Brasil, 1889-1937 Federalismos latinoamericanos: México/Brasil/Argentina 1 1993, p. 180-223.
Nueva visión del entorno intelectual internacional de las décadas de los años treinta y cuarenta El legado de Raúl Prebisch 1993, p. 59-66.
Prebisch, Raúl Oxford Companion to Politics of the World 1993, p. 741-742.
Reflections on the Revolution of 1893 Pensar a Revolução Federalista 1993, p. 15-18.
The Origins of Dependency Analysis Key Concepts in International Political Economy, 2 1993, p. 181-206.
Una Aproximación al Regionalismo CERES Monografías 1993, p. 36.
A República Fez Alguma Diferença?" [Did the Republic Make a Difference?] O Estado de S. Paulo, 1991.
Pinheiro Machado: Apogeu e Declínio Revista do Instituto de Filosofia e Ciências Humanas da Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul 14 1990, p. 59-79.
Structural Change and Conceptual Response in Latin America and Romania, 1860-1950 Love and Jacobsen 1990, p. 1-33.
The Origins of Dependency Analysis Journal of Latin American Studies 22 1 1990, p. 143-168.
Theorizing Underdevelopment in Latin America and Romania, 1860-1950 Estudos Avançados 4 8 1990, p. 62-95.
Modeling Internal Colonialism: History and Prospect World Development 17 6 1989, p. 905-922.
Of Planters, Politics, and Development Latin American Research Review 24 3 1989, p. 127-135.
Regional Elites Modern Brazil: Elites and Masses in Historical Perspective 1989, p. 3-22.
Raúl Prebisch (1901-1986): His Life and Ideas Diario del Caribe 713 1988, p. 9-12.
Theorizing Underdevelopment in Latin America and Romania, 1860-1950 Review 11 4 1988, p. 453-496.
Raúl Prebisch (1901-1986): Su vida y sus ideas Comercio Exterior 37 5 1987, p. 361-365.
Raúl Prebisch and the Origins of the Doctrine of Unequal Exchange Latin America's Economic Development: Institutionalist and Structuralist Perspectives 1987, p. 78-100.
Manoilescu, Prebisch, and Unequal Exchange Rumanian Studies 5 1986, p. 125-133.
Rulers and Owners: A Brazilian Case Study in Comparative Perspective Hispanic American Historical Review 66 4 1986, p. 743-761.
New Bibliographies on Brazilian History Latin American Research Review 20 2 1985, p. 235-240.
Raúl Prebisch (1901-1986): His Life and Ideas Latin American and Caribbean Record V 1985, p. A143-A150.
A Revolução de 30 e o Regionalismo Gaúcho Simpósio sobre a Revolução de 30 1983, p. 59-83.
Um Segmento da Elite Política Brasileira em Perspectiva Comparada in A Revolução de 30: Seminário Internacional 1982, p. 47-92.
Raúl Prebisch and the Origins of the Doctrine of Unequal Exchange Revista Mexicana de Sociología 42 1 1980, p. 375-405.
Raúl Prebisch and the Origins of the Doctrine of Unequal Exchange Latin American Research Review 15 3 1980, p. 45-72.
Third World: A Response to Prof. Worsley Third World Quarterly 2 2 1980, p. 315-317.
Third World: A Response to Prof. Worsley Why Third World? 7 1980, p. 33-35.
Centro-Periferia e Troca Desigual: Origens e Crescimento de uma Doutrina Econômica Dados 19 1978, p. 47-62.
Autonomia e Interdependência: São Paulo e a Federação Brasileira, 1889-1937 História Geral da Civilização Brasileira 1 1975, p. 53-76.
Rio Grande do Sul como Fator de Instabilidade na República Velha História Geral da Civilização Brasileira 1 1975, p. 99-122.
External Financing and Domestic Politics: The Case of São Paulo, Brazil, 1889-1937 Latin American Modernization Problems 1973, p. 236-259.
Utopianism in Latin American Cultures Aware of Utopia 1971, p. 117-134.
Indice cronológico dos Papéis de Antônio Augusto Borges de Medeiros: 1909-1932 Revista do Instituto Histórico e Geográfico Brasileiro 1970, p. 223-276.
La Raza: Mexican-Americans in Rebellion Mexican-Americans in the United Staes: A Reader 1970, p. 459-473.
La Raza: Mexican-Americans in Rebellion Awakening Minorities: American Indians, Mexican American, Puerto Ricans 1970, p. 105-122.
Political Participation in Brazil, 1881-1969 Luso-Brazilian Review 7 2 1970, p. 3-24.
La Raza: Mexican-Americans in Rebellion Trans-action (later Society) 6 4 1969, p. 35-41.
La Raza: Mexican-Americans in Rebellion Social Progress: A Journal of Church and Society 59 5 1969, p. 30-35.
Sources for the Latin American Student Movement The Journal of Developing Areas 1 1967, p. 215-226.
Pôrto Alegre: [Historical] Research Opportunities Brazil:Field Research Guide in the Social Sciences 1966, p. 88-96.
Retrospectiva do golpe Caderno Cultura 1964, p. 6.

Book Contributions

Late Agrarianism in Brazil: Kautsky and Chayanov in the 1970s and 1980s Bauerngesellschaften auf dem Weg in die Moderne: Agrarismus in ostmitteleuropa 1880 bis 1960 Late Agrarianism in Brazil: Kautsky and Chayanov in the 1970s and 1980s Wiesbaden, Germany Harrassowitz 2010, p. 257-274.
Latin America, UNCTAD, and the Postwar Trading System Economic Development in Latin America: Essays in Honor of Werner Baer Latin America, UNCTAD, and the Postwar Trading System Houndmills, UK Palgrave Macmillan 2010, p. 22-33.
The Roots of Unequal Exchange: Mihail Manoilescu and the Debate of the 1930's Ragnar Nurkse (1907-2007): Classical Development Economics and its Relevance for Today The Roots of Unequal Exchange: Mihail Manoilescu and the Debate of the 1930's London Anthem Press 2009, p. 103-118.
Liberalism: Overview The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Modern World Liberalism: Overview New York Oxford University Press 2008, p. 499-504.
The Rise and Fall of Structuralism Economic Doctrines in Latin America: Origins, Embedding and Evolution The Rise and Fall of Structuralism Houndmills, UK Palgrave 2005, p. 157-181.
An Approach to Regionalism New Approaches to Latin American History An Approach to Regionalism Austin Universtity of Texas Press 1974, p. 137-155.
La Raza: Mexican-Americans in Rebellion Pain and Promise: The Chicano Today La Raza: Mexican-Americans in Rebellion New York Mentor 1972, p. 217-286.
La Raza: Mexican-Americans in Rebellion Promises to Keep: A Portrayal of Non-whites in the United States La Raza: Mexican-Americans in Rebellion Chicago Rand McNally 1972, p. 354-363.
La Raza: Mexican-Americans in Rebellion The Politics of Social Change: A Reader for the Seventies La Raza: Mexican-Americans in Rebellion New York Holt, Rinehart, and Winston 1971, p. 286-296.
La Raza: Mexican-Americans in Rebellion The Politics of the Powerless La Raza: Mexican-Americans in Rebellion Cambridge Winthrop 1971, p. 221-231.

Edited Books

Baer, Werner, and Joseph Love Brazil under Lula: Economy, Society, and Politics under the Worker-President New York Palgrave Macmillan 2009.
Love, Joseph, and Werner Baer Liberalization and its Consequences: A Comparative Perspective on Latin America and Eastern Europe Cheltenham, UK Edward Elgar 2000.
Love, Joseph L Liberalization and its Consequences: A Comparative Perspective on Latin America and Eastern Europe Cheltenham, UK Edward Elgar 2000.
Guiding the Invisible Hand: Economic Liberalism and the State in Latin American History New York Praeger Publishers 1988.
Love, Joseph L Quantitative Social Science Research on Latin America Urbana, Illinois U of Illinois Press 1973.