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.
Essays inquiring into conditions for activism, political protest, and public assembly.
A Broad Look at the Environmental History of Eurasia
Traces the “Intellectual Romance” between the European Far Right, and Their Russian Counter-parts.
Explores the complex contours and contested meanings of religious freedom in Russia, from 1520 to the 1990s.
American Dream Deferred challenges postwar narratives of government largess for African Americans by illuminating the neglected stories of these unknown black workers.
The emergence of Latin Americanism as a field of critical debate and inquiry.
How innovation without tradition will lead to technical alienation.
How literature challenges the historical methodologies that have silenced the American experience of Puerto Rican women.
Includes a dossier on cultural politics and political cultures of the Cuban Revolution.
A study of the intermittences of the processes of transitional justice and memory in post-dictatorship Uruguay.
A Prehistory of Genius
A new reading of U.S. Latinx literature in translation.
The interrelations between capitalism and political violence in late 20th century Argentina.
Cuban studies scholars explore reforms, away from communism.