Jewish Writers of Latin America: A Dictionary
Chicano/Latino Homoerotic Identities
Voices of the Survivors: Testimony, Mourning, and Memory in Post-Dictatorship Argentina (1983-1995)
Borges and the Politics of Form
Left in Transformation: Uruguayan Exiles and the Latin American Human Rights Network, 1967 -1984
The Politics of Social Policy Change in Chile and Uruguay: Retrenchment versus Maintenance, 1973-1998
The Politics of Central American Integration
July 16, 2019
On September 11, 1973, Chile's General Pinochet led a quick and brutal military coup ousting the Allende government. Ignacio Lopez-Calvo argues that the rise of the Pinochet dictatorship and the subsequent imprisonment of any Allende sympathizers shaped Chilean narrative into two structural forms:...
Robert O. Kirkland
May 13, 2016
This study analyzes the effectiveness of the U.S. military attaché corps in Latin America from the end of World War II to the Johnson administration....
February 29, 2016
First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....
Paul A. Schroeder
February 29, 2016
First Published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....
February 27, 2015
Describes the prostitution industry form Poland to Argentina from the 1880s to the 1930s. The text follows the life and career of Raquel Liberman, a Polish Jewish prostitute and victim of the white slave trade....
Jose Eduardo Gonzalez
December 22, 2014
Jorge Luis Borges-one of the most important Latin American writers-has also attained considerable international stature, and his work is commonly cited in a wide array of scholarship on contemporary fiction. Partly as a consequence of Borges' international identity, and partly because of a...
September 11, 2014
The purpose of this study is to focus on the intersection of religion and politics. Do different religions result in different politics? More specifically, are there significant contrasts between the political attitudes and behavior of Catholics and Protestants in Latin America?...
May 01, 2013
This book takes an innovative look at international relations. Focusing on the worldwide campaign against abuses by the right-wing authoritarian regime in Uruguay (1973-1984), it explores how norms and ideas interact with political interests, both global and domestic. It examines joint actions by...
Rossana Castiglioni Nunez
May 01, 2013
This work explains the causes of social policy reform in Chile and Uruguay in the areas of health care, pensions and education. Until the 1970s, Chile and Uruguay shared striking similarities....
Rafael A. Sánchez Sánchez
October 10, 2012
Since its inception in the 1960s to the regional negotiations in the 1990s and onwards, Central American integration has been a process characterized by both dramatic advances and setbacks. This book provides a theoretical explanation of this ebb and flow, examining different stages including the...