Revista de Historia <p><strong>ISSN: 1012-9790 / EISSN: 2215-4744</strong> <br> The Journal of History is a publication orientated to the dissemination of research that contributes to the development of historical discipline, as well as interdisciplinary studies with a historical perspective. Its purpose is to promote discussion, dissemination, problematization, theoretical debate and constant historiographic review of articles or research advances specific to the discipline or related to the social sciences. It is a biannual publication.<br>Consists of five sections: América Latina Section, Costa Rica Section, Theoretical-Methodological Contributions, Documentary Section y Bibliographic Critique Section. This Journal is indexed in Latindex, DOAJ, REDIB among others. <br>Its main <em>target audience</em>, as authors and readers, are professionals in history and other social sciences, as well as university students of humanities and social sciences.<br> <strong>Publisher:</strong> School of History, Universidad Nacional, Costa Rica.<br> <strong>Descriptors: </strong>history, historiography, history of Costa Rica, history of Central America, history of Latin America.<br> <strong>Contact:</strong>&nbsp;Andrea Méndez Solano, Director of the Journal <br> <strong>Email:</strong></p> <div>&nbsp;<span id="transmark" style="display: none; width: 0px; height: 0px;"></span></div> Universidad Nacional, Costa Rica en-US Revista de Historia 1012-9790 <div class="page"> <p>Los autores que publican en esta revista están de acuerdo con los siguientes términos:</p> <p>1. Los autores conservan los derechos de autor y garantizan a la revista el derecho de ser la primera publicación del trabajo bajo una Licencia Creative Commons Atribución-NoComercial-CompartirIgual 4.0 Internacional (<a href=""></a>) que permite a otros compartir el trabajo con un reconocimiento de la autoría del trabajo y la publicación inicial en esta revista (componente BY o atribución). Coincidente con la política de Acceso Abierto, no se podrán hacer usos comerciales de los contenidos publicados por esta revista (componente NC). Se permitirán las obras derivadas (remezcla, transformación o creación a partir de la obra original) siempre y cuando sean distribuidas bajo la misma licencia de la obra original (componente SA).</p> <p>2. Los autores pueden establecer por separado acuerdos adicionales para la distribución no exclusiva de la versión original de la obra publicada en la revista (por ejemplo, situarlo en un repositorio institucional o publicarlo en un libro), siempre y cuando: a) sea reconocida la publicación original en esta revista (componente BY); b) no se haga uso del material de reuso con propósitos comerciales (componente NC); c) el material de reuso sea distribuido bajo la misma licencia de la obra original (componente SA).</p> <p>3. Se permite y se anima a los autores a difundir sus trabajos electrónicamente (por ejemplo, en repositorios institucionales o en su propio sitio web) antes y durante el proceso de envío, ya que puede dar lugar a intercambios productivos, así como a una citación más temprana y mayor de los trabajos publicados (Véase <a href="">The Effect of Open Access</a>) (en inglés).</p> </div> Press and Police. The Montevideo Headquarters in the pages of La Tribuna Popular (1911-1923) <p class="Normal1"><span lang="EN-US">In this article I intend to study the relationship between a sector of the Montevideo Press and the Capital’s Police Headquarters during the 1910s and the early 1920s of the twentieth century, from a quantitative approach, through the analysis of news related to the crime.</span><span lang="EN-US"> A moment that stood out because of the tension between newspapers and authorities of the time. For this, I focused on <em>La Tribuna Popular</em>,<em>&nbsp;</em>an organ that closely followed the police chronicles and reports , supporting the idea of the growth in the crime rate in the city. Traditionally , its argument was based on questioning criminal law, the administration of justice and especially the functioning of the Montevideo Police force itself. My proposal aims to analyze the relationship of the evening newspaper with two of the most censored chiefs of the period (</span><span lang="EN-US">Juan Antonio Pintos and Virgilio Sampognaro)&nbsp;</span><span lang="EN-US">until the change of course which was produced by the assumption of Gómez Folle in the year 1923.</span><span lang="EN-US"> The present work confirms the impact that the permanent preaching through editorials and articles dedicated to tracking and monitoring criminal information had. That impact eroded the prestige of an institution systematically presented under the qualifier label of madness or insanity.</span></p> Daniel Fessler ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2023-07-01 2023-07-01 88 1 47 10.15359/rh.88.2 Some Reflections on the Identification of the Concept of Childhood among the Ancient Nahuas based on Colonial Documents <p style="font-weight: 400;">This paper focuses on the main aspects to consider in the historical research on pre-Hispanic Childhood based on colonial documents. I analyze the mentality of the chroniclers, the different ideologies they had, the life cycles, and the models they followed to write their works, in which they described the Indigenous childhood using their own parameters. Also, I include some examples that show how Indigenous people incorporated Western models in the descriptions of their own past. Finally, I analyze the words that the Europeans used to define children, some of which have different meanings nowadays.</p> Alejandro Díaz Barriga Cuevas ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2023-07-01 2023-07-01 88 1 25 10.15359/rh.88.4 «Voices, Registers and Actions of Childhoods in Historical Narratives». Interview With Susana Sosenski <p>This interview with Dr. Susana Sosenski presents the reflections, challenges, and obstacles encountered by a researcher studying childhood in Latin America. The questions she has raised from her own experiences have guided her historiographic work, which contributes to the scholarship of historians in Latin America and around the world. Dr. Sosenski, founder of the Red de Estudios de Historia de las Infancias en América Latina (REHIAL) [Network for the Study of the History of Childhoods in Latin America], shares the origins of REHIAL and its objectives since its inception.</p> Silvana Espiga Dorado María Laura Osta Vázquez Facundo Álvarez Constantín ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2023-07-01 2023-07-01 88 1 13 10.15359/rh.88.5 Book Review: Familias e infancias en la historia contemporánea: Jerarquías de clase, género y edad en Argentina [Families and Childhoods in Contemporary History: Class, Gender and Age Hierarchies in Argentina], by Isabella Cosse (Ed.) <p>Research on childhood, adolescence, and family in Latin America has a longstanding tradition and, at the same time, an arduous task that lies ahead. The book under review is the result of a collaborative project that studies 20th-century social hierarchies in Argentina from the perspective of childhood and the family. Its authors are researchers with a solid background in history. These researchers conduct their work within the framework of the Historical Research Group on Families and Childhood in Contemporary Argentina, based at the Interdisciplinary Institute of Gender Studies within the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters at the University of Buenos Aires.</p> Diego Silva Balerio ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2023-07-01 2023-07-01 88 1 7 10.15359/rh.88.6