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Latin American research review ()

Vol.40 N 3  2005

1. Hooker J. "Beloved enemies": race and official mestizo nationalism in Nicaragua- P. 14-39

2. Sawers L. Nontraditional exports: Ecuador's flower doom - P. 40-67

3. RESEARCH FORUM: From structuralism to the new institutional economics: A half-century of Latin American economic historigraphy - P. 97-144

 

Vol.41 N 1  2006

1. Horta Duarte R. Passaros e cientistas no Brazil: Em busca de protecao,1894-1938 - P.3-26

2. Belini C. El grupo Bunge y la politica economica del primer peronismo, 1943-1952 - P.27-50

3. Biglaiser G. and Derouen K., Jr. Economic reforms and inflows of foreign direct investment in Latin America - P.51-75

4. Mollett Sh. Race and natural resource conflicts in Honduras: The Miskito and Garifuna struggle for Lasa Pulan - P.76-101

5. Hawkins K.A. and Hansen D.R. Dependent civil society: The Circulos Bolivarianos in Venezuela - P.102-132

 

Vol.41 N 2  2006

1. Pineda Y. Sources of finance and reputation: merchant finance groups in Argentine Industrialization, 1890-1930 - P.3-31

2. Lucero J. A. Representing "Real Indians": The challenges of indigenous authenticity and strategic constructivism in Ecuador and Bolivia - P.31-57

3. Roberts B. R., Portes A. Coping with the free market city: collective action in six Latin American cities at the end of the Twentieth century - P.57-84

4. Bortz J., Aguila M. Earning a living: a history of real wage studies in Twentieth-Century Mexico - P.112-139 

 

Vol.41 N 3  2006

1. Tinsman H. Politics of gender and consumption in authoritarian Chile, 1973-1990: women agricultural workers in the fruit-export industry - P.7-32

2. Burt J.-M. "Quien habla es terrorista": the political use of fear in Fujimori's Peru - P.32-63

3. A.Lovell P. Race, gender,and work in Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1960-2000 - P. 63-88

4. Hunt S. Languages of stateness: a study of space and El Pueblo in the Colombian state - P.88-122

5. Weitz-Shapiro R. Partisanship and protest: the politics of workfare distribution in Argentina - P.122-149

 

Vol.42 N 1  2007

1. E. Prescott L. Journeying through Jim Crow: Spanish American travelers in the United States during the age of segregation - P.3-29

2. De La Dehesa R. Global communities and hybrid cultures: early gay and lesbian electoral activism in Brazil and Mexico - P.29-52

3. A. Eisenstadt T. Usos y costumbres and postelectoral conflicts in Oaxaca, Mexico, 1995-2004: An empirical and normative assessment - P.52-78

4. Morgan J. Partisanship during the collapse of Venezuela's party system - P.78-99

5. Kristin Birnir J., Lee Van Cott D. Disunity in diversity: party system fragmentation and the dynamic effect of ethnic heterogeneity on Latin American legislatures - P.99-126

 

Vol.42 N 2  2007

1. Klesner J. L. Social Capital and Political Participation  in Latin America: Evidence from Argentina, Chile, Mexico, and Peru - P.1- 32

2. Giraudy A. The Distributive Politics of Emergency Employment Programs in Argentina (1993-2002) - P.33-55

3. Adelman J. Between Order and Liberty: Juan Bautista Alberdi and the Intellectual Origins of Argentine Constitutionalism - P.86-110

4. Posada-Carbo E. Language and Politicals: On the Colombian "Establishment" - P.111- 135

 

 Vol.42 N 3  2007
1.Escobar C. Extraterritorial Political Rights and dual citizenship in Latin America - p. 43-75
2. Pion-Berlin D., Trinkunas H. Attention deficts: why politicians ignore defence policy  in Latin America - p. 76-100
3. Passanatti T. P. "Nada de papeluchos!" managing globalization in early Porfirian Mexico - p. 101-128
4. Beyensdorf M. Covering the Earth: mapping the walkabout in Andean Pueblos de Indios - p. 161-182

 

Vol.43 N 1 2008

1. Quiroga M.M. La primera mujer presidenta de Chile: Que explico el triunfo de Michelle Bachelet en las elecciones de 2005-2006? - p.7

2. De Theije M. and Mariz C.L. Localizing and Globalizing Processes in Brazilian Catholicism: Comparing Inculturation in Liberationist and Charismatic Catholic Cultures - p.33

3. Feliciano C. Gendered Selectivity: U.S.Mexican Immigrants and Mexican Nonmigrants, 1960-2000 - p.139

4. Raynolds L.T. The Organic Agro-Export Boom in the Dominican republic: Maintaining Tradition or Fostering Transformation? - p.161

 

Vol.43 N 2 2008

1. Perz S.G., Warren J. and Kennedy D.P. Contributions of Racial-Ethnic Reclassification and Demographic Processes to Indigenous Population Resurgence: The Case of Brazil - p.7

2. Lopez R.N. Priests and Pills: Catholic Family Planning in Peru, 1967-1976 - p.34

3. Sneed P. Favela Utopias:The Bailes Funk in Rio's Crisis of Social Exclusion and Violence - p.57

4. Magalon B. and Romero V. Partisan Cleavages, State Retrenchment, and free Trade: Latin America in the 1990s - p.107

5. Jr H.P. Si Nicaragua Vencio, El Salvador Vencera: Central American Peace and solidarity Movement - p.136

 

Vol.43 N 3 2008

1. Eaton K. Paradoxes of Police Reform: Federalism, Parties, and Civil Society in Argentina's Public Security Crisis - P.3

2. Schroeder Rodriguez P.A. Latin American Silent Cinema: Trangulation and the Politics of Criollo Aesthetics - P.33

3. Arditi B. Arguments about the Left Turns in Latin America: A Post-Liberal Politics? - P.59

4. Serulnikov S. "Las proezas de la Ciudad y su Ilustre Ayuntamiento": Simbolismo politico y politica urbana en Charcas a fines del siglo XYIII - P.137

5. Troyan B. Ethnic Citizenship in Colombia: The Experience of the Regional Indigenous Council of the Cauca in Southwestern Colombia from 1970 to 1990 - P. 166

 

Vol.44 N 1 2009

1. Robinson A. Mexican Banditry and Discourses of Class: The Case of Chucho el Roto - P. 5

2. Thurner M. The As-If of the Book of Kings: Pedro de Peralta Barnuevo`s Colonial Poetics of History - P.32

3. Lupu N. and Stokes S.C. The Social Bases of Political in Argentina, 1912-2003 - P.58

4. Arce M. and Rice R. Societal Protest in Post-Stabilization Bolivia - P.88

5. Fenwick T.B. Avoiding Governors: The Success of Bolsa Familia - P.102

6. Colloredo-Mansfeld R. and Antrosio J. Economic Clusters or Cultural Commons? The Limits of Competiton- Driven Development in the Ecuadorian Andes - P.132

7. Blofield M. Feudal Enclaves and Political Reforms: Domestic Workers in Latin America - P.158

 

Vol.44 N 2 2009

1. Rosenmuller C. The Power of Transatlantic Tiers: A Game-Theoretical Analysis of  Viceregal Social Networks in Colonial Mexico, 1700-1755 - P.7

2. William G. and Acree Jr. Jacinto Ventura de Molina: A Black Letrado in a White World of Letters, 1766-1841 - P. 37

3. Bueno N.S. and Fialho F.M. Race, Resouces, and Political Participation in a Brazilian Cily - P.59

4. Agostini C.A. and Jalile I.R. Efectos de los impuestos corporativos en la inversion extranjera en America Latina - P. 84

5. Kowalchuk L. Can Moovement Tactics Infiuence Media Coverage? Health-Care Struggle in the Salvadoran News- P.109

6. Errazuriz L.H. Dictadura militar en Chile: Antecedentes del golpe estetico-cultural - P.136

7. Soifer H.D. The Sources of Infrastructural Power: Evidence from Nineteenth-Century Chilean Education - P.158 

 

Vol.44 N 3 2009

1. Behrens S. F. Maryknoll  Sisters, Faith, Healing, and the Maya Construction of Catholic Communities in Guatemala - P.27

2. Hiner H. Voces soterradas, violencia, ignoradas: Discurso, violencia politica y genero en los Informes Rettig y Valech - P.50

3. Torche F. and Spilerman S. Intergenerational Influences of Wealth in Mexico - P.75

4. Smith A.E. Legitimate Grievances: Preference  for Democracy, System Support, and Political Participation in Bolivia - P.102

5. Hau  M.V. Unpacking the School: Textbooks, Teachers, and the Construction of Nationhood in Mexico, Argentina, and Peru - P.127

6. Bilhao I.  La importancia del Primero de Mayo en la construccion de la idendidad obrera: Estudio centrado en Porto Alegre, Brasil, 1896 - 1920 - P.155

 

 


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