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  • La Lucha for Cubaby Miguel A. De La Torre

    University of California Press 2003; US$ 31.95

    For many in Miami?s Cuban exile community, hating Fidel Castro is as natural as loving one?s children. This hatred, Miguel De La Torre suggests, has in fact taken on religious significance. In La Lucha for Cuba, De La Torre shows how Exilic Cubans, a once marginalized group, have risen to power and privilege?distinguishing themselves from other Hispanic... more...

  • Cultural Residuesby Nelly Richard; Theodore Quester; Alan West-Durán

    University of Minnesota Press 2004; US$ 70.50

    A portrait of postdictatorial Chile by one of that country?s most incisive cultural critics, Cultural Residues uses memoirs, photographs, art, and novels?the ?residues? of a culture?to analyze the political-cultural Chilean landscape in the wake of Augusto Pinochet?s seventeen-year military rule. According to Nelly Richard, such residual areas reveal... more...

  • Stolen Waterby W. Hodding Carter

    Atria Books 2007; US$ 19.95

    A riotous journey through America's most controversial, beautifully unapproachable, and abused wilderness -- the Florida Everglades. In December 2000, President Clinton signed into law a $7.8 billion restoration plan for the Everglades that garnered national attention and has since become America's touchstone for environmental issues. Enter W. Hodding... more...

  • Postcards from Paradiseby June Keith

    Palm Island Press 2006; US$ 11.95

    Detailing life in tiny, artsy, anything-goes Key West—where Broadway composers and bestselling authors live on the same funky blocks as housekeepers, bartenders, and tour guides—this updated collection of essays and columns about island life features pieces that first appeared in the Miami Herald.  Profiles of colorful characters such as an Italian... more...

  • Florida Territory in 1844by Edward Anderson; William Stanley Hoole; William Stanley Hoole

    University of Alabama Press 2009; US$ 24.00

    Edward Anderson's diary covers his service in Florida Territory from March 16 to December 31, 1844 during the Navy mission in Florida to protect live oak and pine forests on government land from poachers.  more...

  • Test Ride on the Sunnyland Busby Ana Maria Spagna

    University of Nebraska Press 2010; US$ 19.95

    Test Ride on the Sunnyland Bus chronicles the story of an American family against the backdrop of one of the civil rights movement’s lesser-known stories. In January 1957, Joseph Spagna and five other young men waited to board a city bus called the Sunnyland in Tallahassee, Florida. Their plan was simple but dangerous: ride the bus together—three... more...

  • The History of Chileby John Rector

    ABC-CLIO 2003; US$ 73.00

    This book provides an up-to-date historical overview of this complex and fascinating country. Beginning with a survey of the land, people, and current government, the book then traces Chile's chronological story. Ten chapters detail Chilean history from the indigenous peoples to the democratic transition after the Pinochet dictatorship.||Chile... more...

  • Maya In Exileby Allan Burns

    Temple University Press 2010; US$ 30.95

    The Maya are the single largest group of indigenous people living in North and Central America. Beginning in the early 1980s, hundreds of thousands of Maya fled the terror of Guatemalan civil strife to safety in Mexico and the U.S. This ethnography of Mayan immigrants who settled in Indiatown, a small agricultural community in south central Florida,... more...

  • The Winter Sailorby Carolyn Frances Baker Lewis

    University of Alabama Press 2010; US$ 29.95

    A unique guide to Florida's frontier history along Indian River. The Winter Sailor is a historical adventure that details the yearly winter travels of Francis R. Stebbins to Florida's Indian River. Stebbins, a writer from Michigan, visited Florida in March of 1878 and became entranced by its pristine beauty. Subsequently, Stebbins and his... more...

  • Neoliberal Economics, Democratic Transition, and Mapuche Demands for Rights in Chileby Diane Haughney

    UPF 2002; US$ 44.95

    Haughney aims to correct the widely held view that Chile is a homogenous nation-state and to give voice to the Mapuche, an underestimated indigenous group that has raised broad claims to collective economic and political rights. The Mapuche, who constitute between 4 and 10 percent of the country's population, have directly challenged both private... more...