Institute of Latin American Studies

Edited by Susan Deans-Smith and Eric Van Young
March 20, 2007
Edited by Rachel Sieder
January 1, 1999
Edited by Rebecca Earle
October 10, 2000
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Carlos Winograd
March 1, 1995
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Edited by Guillermo Mira Delli Zotti
January 25, 2019
This book about the Falklands/Malvinas conflict centres on the war and its consequences, but from an oblique perspective that brings together English, Spanish and Argentine specialists and researchers. It aims to be an objective and reflective book. It does not approach the topic from the perspective of the war or national sentiment, neither is it an essay. The book is novel in that different social scientists analyse the theme from the perspective of their own disciplines. It combines approaches from history, political science, journalism, literature, film, sociology and cultural studies in general. Through taking different perspectives, which cut across each other and dialogue, it moves beyond traditional approaches to the conflict...
Edited by David James Cantor and Nicolás Rodríguez Serna
November 1, 2016
In Latin America, recent years have seen an unprecedented rise in the number of people forced to flee from their homes due to the activities of organised criminal groups. What are the reasons behind this emerging crisis of forced displacement in the Americas? Who are these criminal groups and how do they operate in Central America, Mexico and Colombia? Who are the victims and how can their needs be met in these violent and insecure contexts? Can law and policy offer a humanitarian response to this crisis? As the first book to deal with this rapidly evolving phenomenon, this innovative collection offers a range of fresh perspectives from leading experts working across Latin America.
Edited by Madeleine Davis
February 1, 2003
Edited by Pedro Monreal
July 1, 2002
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Michael Redclift
December 1, 1981

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