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  Volume 45, Number 3, 2010

Table of Contents

Editor's Foreword

Editor's Foreword: Open Access to LARR for Latin America and the Caribbean

pp. 3-4

Indigenous Language Usage and Maintenance Patterns among Indigenous People in the Era of Neoliberal Multiculturalism in Mexico and Guatemala

pp. 5-34

Our Indians in Our America: Anti-Imperialist Imperialism and the Construction of Brazilian Modernity

pp. 35-62

Reconstructing Indigenous Ethnicities: The Arapium and Jaraqui Peoples of the Lower Amazon, Brazil

pp. 63-86

Electoral Revolution or Democratic Alternation?

pp. 87-114

The Eagle and the Serpent on the Screen: The State as Spectacle in Mexican Cinema

pp. 115-141

Precursors to Femicide: Guatemalan Women in a Vortex of Violence

pp. 142-164

Research Reports and Notes

Household Shocks, Child Labor, and Child Schooling: Evidence from Guatemala

pp. 165-186

Instituciones políticas y políticas públicas en la Federación brasileña

pp. 187-211

Review Essays

Mobilizing and Negotiating Meanings: Studies in the Dynamics of Colonial-Imperial Transformations in Art, Science, Law, Historiography, and Identities in the Ibero-American World, 1500–1800

pp. 213-228

Shifting Realities in Special Period Cuba

pp. 229-238

The Transformation of Venezuela

pp. 239-247

Bolivia in the Era of Evo Morales

pp. 248-260

The Cold War and Its Aftermath in the Americas: The Search for a Synthetic Interpretation of U.S. Policy

pp. 261-273

Notes on the Contributors

Notes on the Contributors

pp. 278-281

Research Areas


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