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| October 2016

Latin American & Caribbean Studies Series

Copublished with the University of Calgary Press, this series redefines our understanding of historical and current issues in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Series Editor: Hendrik Kraay, Professor,  Department of History, University of Calgary.

                                                        

Waking the Dictator is a study of federalism in late-nineteenth-century...

Author: Karl B. Koth 

This book  provides a detailed history of the northeastern state...

Author: Suzanne B. Pasztor

Clerical Ideology in a Revolutionary Age clearly delineates...

Author: Brian Connaughton 

This book, examines modernization in Mexico City...

Author: Claudia Agostoni

Madness in Buenos Aires examines the interactions between...

Author: Jonathan D. Ablard

Palace intrigues and clientelism drove...

Author: Christoph Rosenmüller

From Many, One looks at the educational policies and practices...

Author: Andrae Marak

Why has violence been a predominant topic in contemporary...

Author: Carolina Rocha 

 Latin American cinema has experienced an...

Author: Nayibe Bermúdez-Barrios 

With a burgeoning academic interest in Latin American science...

Author:Joanna Page

This book examines how twentieth-century Spanish American literature...

Author: Dan Russek

In Whose Man in Havana? provides us with a direct look at international relations through...

Author: John W. Graham

Journalism in a Small Place explores the changes and challenges...

Author: Dr. Juliette Storr