Volume 40, Number 3, 2005

Table of Contents

From: Latin American Research Review

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This Extended Edition, Manuscript Submissions and Acceptances Report for 2004, and Larr 's "Impact Factor"

pp. 5-13
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"Beloved Enemies": Race and Official Mestizo Nationalism in Nicaragua

pp. 14-39
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Nontraditional or New Traditional Exports: Ecuador's Flower Boom

pp. 40-66
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Violence and Difference in Gabriela Mistral's Short Stories (1904-1911)

pp. 68-96
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Research Forum

From Structuralism to the New Institutional Economics: A Half Century of Latin American Economic Historiography

pp. 97-99
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The Rise and Decline of Economic Structuralism in Latin America: New Dimensions

pp. 100-125
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Structures, Endowments, and Institutions in the Economic History of Latin America

pp. 126-144
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From Structuralism to the New Institutional Economics: The Impact of Theory on the Study of Foreign Trade in Latin America

pp. 145-162
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Reviews Essays

The Puerto Rican Paradox: Colonialism Revisited

pp. 163-176
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The Rough Edges of Puerto Rican Identities: Race, Gender, and Transnationalism

pp. 177-190
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Haiti's Condemnation: History and Culture at the Crossroads

pp. 191-201
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Caribbean Currents: Recent Studies in Caribbean Music

pp. 202-205
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Post-Revisionist Scholarship on Race

pp. 206-217
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Juggling Gender Stereotypes: Justifications and Their Consequences

pp. 218-229
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Latin America, Sexualities, and Our Discontents

pp. 230-243
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Decolonizing Culture: Visual Arts, Development Narratives, and Performance in the Americas

pp. 244-253
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Colonial Gender History

pp. 254-265
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Witches, Wailers, and Welfare: The Religious Economy of Funerary Culture and Witchcraft in Latin America

pp. 266-272
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Fast Frames: Insights into Mexican, Latin American, and Brazilian Cinema

pp. 273-282
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Beyond Identity? Analytic Crosscurrents in Contemporary Mayanist Social Science

pp. 283-293
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Writing Without Words/Words Without Writing: The Culture of the Khipu

pp. 294-311
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Forming an Informal Empire Without Colonies: U.S.-Latin American Relations

pp. 312-325
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New Interpretations of Colonial Mexico from the Conquest to Independence

pp. 326-334
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"It's Not Personal. . . It's Strictly Business": The Operation of Economic Enterprise in Mexico, during the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

pp. 335-345
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Always in Demand: Recent Books in Latin American Economic and Business History

pp. 346-353
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Latin America and International Trade: Regionalism and Beyond

pp. 354-364
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Political Culture and the Science of Politics

pp. 365-376
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Revolutions and Revolutionaries in Latin America under the Cold War

pp. 377-389
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Idealism, Impatience, and Pessimism: Recent Studies of Democratization in Latin America

pp. 390-402
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North-South Visions of Central America

pp. 403-416
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Mexico's Long-Awaited Surprise

pp. 417-428
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Post-Authoritarian Politics in Mexico: Beyond 2000, Elections and the Formal Political Arena

pp. 429-442
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Going with the Flow: The State of Contemporary Studies of Water Management in Latin America

pp. 443-456
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Nature's Role in Latin American Governance and History

pp. 457-468
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Index

Index Volume 40 2005

pp. 469-472
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Contributors

Notes on the Contributors

pp. 475-482
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Errata

Notes on the Contributors

p. 482
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