History / Latin America / South America

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Foucault in Brazil

Foucault in Brazil

Dictatorship, Resistance, and Solidarity

Captures the Complexity of Foucault’s Political Engagements and Breaks with the Orthodox View That He Was Anti-Marxist

Inka Bird Idiom

Inka Bird Idiom

Amazonian Feathers in the Andes

How Indigenous People Used Feathers as a Significant Way of Symbolic Communication in the Andes

Conjuring the State

Conjuring the State

Public Health Encounters in Highland Ecuador, 1908-1945

The First English-Language Book on the History of Public Health in Ecuador during the Early and Mid-Twentieth Century

Gendering Antifascism

Gendering Antifascism

Women's Activism in Argentina and the World, 1918-1947

A History of the Women’s Antifascism Movement in Argentina That Contains Lessons for Opposing Fascism Today

Modernity at the Movies

Modernity at the Movies

Cinema-going in Buenos Aires and Santiago, 1915-1945

A Methodological Study of Going to the Movies as Cultural and Societal Practice

Now We Are in Power

Now We Are in Power

The Politics of Passive Revolution in Twenty-First-Century Bolivia

Follows the Rise and Fall of Evo Morales and the Political and Economic Transformations of Bolivia

The Paradox of Violence in Venezuela

The Paradox of Violence in Venezuela

Revolution, Crime, and Policing During Chavismo

An Innovative Approach to Studying the Relationship between Politics, Crime, and Violence

Building Power to Shape Labor Policy

Building Power to Shape Labor Policy

Unions, Employer Associations, and Reform in Neoliberal Chile

How Competing Interests Mobilize and Shape Labor Laws and Reform

Capitalist Outsiders

Capitalist Outsiders

Oil's Legacies in Mexico and Venezuela

How Capitalist Outsiders Willing to Accommodate the Dominant Economic Elite Often Defeat Anticapitalist Outsiders

Mirrors of Whiteness

Mirrors of Whiteness

Media, Middle-Class Resentment, and the Rise of the Far Right in Brazil

Highlights the Intersections between Media, Whiteness, and Middle-Class Identity That Feed Brazil’s Ultraconservative Movement

Claiming Brazil

Claiming Brazil

Performances of Citizenship in the Centenary of Independence

A Timely Study of Brazil’s First Centenary of Independence and Exploration of Brazilian Nationhood and Citizenship

Region Out of Place

Region Out of Place

The Brazilian Northeast and the World, 1924-1968

A Look at Subnational Regional Identity Formation in Brazil within a Global Perspective

Street Matters

Street Matters

A Critical History of Twentieth-Century Urban Policy in Brazil

Shows the Connections between Urban Plans and Street Protests in Brazil

Community of Peace

Community of Peace

Performing Geographies of Ecological Dignity in Colombia

A Rich Ethnography of Grassroots Organizing for Peace in San José de Apartadó

The Religion of Life

The Religion of Life

Eugenics, Race, and Catholicism in Chile

Shows How Catholicism Played a Central Role in the Development of a Scientific Understanding of Race, National Identity, and Human Difference in Chile

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