Ronald Newton

Professor Emeritus

Areas of Study: AMERICAS.

Publications (Books)

  • The "Nazi Menace" in Argentina. 1931-1947. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1992.

Publications (Articles)

  • 'Latin America's Authoritarian Populist Rulers and the Jews: An Afterword', Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies (Special issue: Cardenas, Vargas, Peron and the Jews) 20: 39-40 (1995), 207-214.
  • 'German Nazism and the Origins of Argentine Anti-semitism', in D. Scheinin and Lois Baer Barr, eds., The Jewish Diaspora in Latin America: New Studies on History and Literature. (New York and London: 1996), 199-218.
  • 'Not For Export: Italian Fascism and the Argentine Right', in Theo R. Crevenna, ed., RMCLAS, Proceedings from the 41st and 42nd Annual Meetings (Albuquerque NM: Latin American Inst. University, New Mexico, 1995), 127-142.
  • 16 entries on "Argentina" in B. Tenenbaum, ed., Encyclopedia of Latin American History (NYC: Chas. Scribners Sons, 1995).
  • 'Italienischer Faschismus und Deutscher Nationalsozialismus in Argentinien. Eine Vergleichen de Analyse', in H. Meding, Hrsg.,Nationalsozialismus und Argentinien: Beziehungen. Einfluse. un Machwirkungen (Frankfurt/M: Peter Lang, 1995), 117-138.
  • 'The German Argentines between Nazism and Nationalism: The Patagonia Plot of 1939', The International History Review, iii (1981): 76-114.
  • 'Latin American Populism: Some Notes on Periodization', in The Continuing Struggle for Democracy in Latin America, ed. Wiarda (Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 1980), pp. 71-76.
  • 'Social Change, Cultural Crisis, and the Origins of Nazism in the German-speaking Community of Buenos Aires', Canadian Journal of Latin American Studies, i (1976): 62-105.
  • 'Natural Corporatism and the Passing of Populism in Spanish America', Review of Politics, xxxvi (1974), pp. 34-52. Reprinted in the New Corporatism: Social-Political Structures in the Iberian World, eds. F. Pike and T. Strich (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1974), pp. 34-52; and anthologized in Peter F. Klaren and Thomas J. Bossert, eds., Theories of Change in Latin America (Boulder and London: 1986), pp. 219-233
  • 'On 'Functional Groups,' 'Fragmentation,' and 'Pluralism' in Spanish American Political Society', Hispanic American Review, 1 (1970); anthologized in H.J. Wiarda, ed., Politics and Social Change in Latin America; The Distinct Tradition, (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1974), pp. 129-156.
  • 'University Students and the Political System of the University of Buenos Aires', Journal of Inter-American Studies, viii (1966): 633-656.