A New Study of Mexico Travel Narratives that Illuminates the Agency of the Visited Cultures
The First Book that Considers Roberto Bolaño’s Writing in the Context of Queer Theory
The First Thorough Examination of the Enduring Significance of Plants in Spanish American Literature and Culture
A Collection of Essays that Cast a Light on Giannina Braschi’s Exquisite, Experimental, and Genre and Gender Bending Work
Challenges to the Current Cultural Histories of the Neoliberal Period in Mexico and Brazil
New and Collected Essays on the Idea of Latin America by John Beverley
An Ethnography of the Underground Print Book in Latin America
The Development of Latin American Literary Journalism and the Emergence of an Original Literature
Performance Art as a Source of Historical Truth in Mexico
The interrelations between capitalism and political violence in late 20th century Argentina.
A study of the intermittences of the processes of transitional justice and memory in post-dictatorship Uruguay.
The emergence of Latin Americanism as a field of critical debate and inquiry.
Modernity at Gunpoint provides the first study of the political and cultural significance of weaponry in the context of major armed conflicts in Mexico and Central America.