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  • Argentina's Partisan Pastby Michael Goebel

    Liverpool University Press 2011; US$ 73.99

    A challenging study about the production, spread and use of understandings of national history and identity for political purposes in twentieth-century Argentina. more...

  • Loving Pablo, Hating Escobarby Virginia Vallejo

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2017; US$ 13.98

    A revealing memoir of Colombian television journalist Virginia Vallejo's affair with the "King of Cocaine," notorious Medellin drug lord, Pablo Escobar. Soon to be a Major Motion Picture starring Javier Bardem and Penelope Cruz.  At 33, Virginia Vallejo was part of the media elite. A renowned anchorwoman and socialite, and a model who appeared on... more...

  • The Oligarchy and the Old Regime in Latin America, 1880-1970by Dennis Gilbert

    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2017; US$ 27.95

    Dennis Gilbert provides a systematic comparative history of the rise and ultimate demise of the oligarchies that dominated Latin America for nearly a century. Focusing on five key countries, he tells the compelling story of the sugar planters, coffee growers, cattle barons, miners, and bankers who grew rich in a rapidly expanding global economy.... more...

  • Keen's Latin American Civilization, Volume 1by Robert M. Buffington; Lila Caimari

    Avalon Publishing 2015; US$ 52.00

    The tenth edition of Keen's Latin American Civilization inaugurates a new era in the history of this classic anthology by dividing it into two volumes. This first volume retains most of the colonial period sources from the ninth edition but with some significant additions including two new sets of images (representations of Brazilian cannibals... more...

  • Keen's Latin American Civilization, Volume 2by Robert M. Buffington; Lila Caimari

    Avalon Publishing 2015; US$ 52.00

    The tenth edition of Keen's Latin American Civilization inaugurates a new era in the history of this classic anthology by dividing it into two volumes. This second volume retains most of the modern period sources from the ninth edition but with some significant additions including a new set of images and a wide range of new sources that reflect... more...

  • Psychedelic Chileby Patrick Barr-Melej

    The University of North Carolina Press 2017; US$ 19.99

    Patrick Barr-Melej here illuminates modern Chilean history with an unprecedented chronicle and reassessment of the sixties and seventies. During a period of tremendous political and social strife that saw the election of a Marxist president followed by the terror of a military coup in 1973, a youth-driven, transnationally connected counterculture smashed... more...

  • Colombiaby Michael J. LaRosa; Germán R. Mejía; Pamela S. Murray

    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2017; US$ 35.00

    This deeply informed and accessible book traces the history of Colombia thematically over the past two centuries. Michael J. LaRosa and Germán R. Mejía move beyond the common perception of a failed state to explore the rich heritage and dynamism that have characterized Colombia past and present. more...

  • There Are No Dead Hereby Maria McFarland Sánchez-Moreno

    PublicAffairs 2018; US$ 38.00

    In the 1990s and 2000s, in the midst of the decades-long civil war, and with the complicity of much of the country's military and political establishment, Colombian paramilitary groups with close ties to drug cartels massacred, raped, and tortured thousands. In There Are No Dead Here , three ordinary Colombians-a prosecutor, an activist, and a journalist-risk... more...

  • Indigenous Media and Political Imaginaries in Contemporary Boliviaby Gabriela Zamorano Villarreal

    UNP - Nebraska 2017; US$ 60.00

    Gabriela Zamorano Villarreal examines the political dimension of indigenous media production and distribution as a means by which indigenous organizations articulate new claims on national politics in Bolivia, a country experiencing one of the most notable cases of social mobilization and indigenous-based constitutional transformation in contemporary... more...

  • Loving Pablo (Loving Pablo, Hating Escobar MTI)by Virginia Vallejo; Megan McDowell

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2017; US$ 8.99

    A revealing memoir of Colombian television journalist Virginia Vallejo's affair with the "King of Cocaine," notorious Medellin drug lord, Pablo Escobar. Soon to be a Major Motion Picture starring Javier Bardem and Penelope Cruz.  At 33, Virginia Vallejo was part of the media elite. A renowned anchorwoman and socialite, and a model who appeared on... more...