restricted access   Volume 66, Number 3, September 2014

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Las Américas Quarterly

Edited by Licia Fiol-Matta & Macarena Gómez-Barris

Editor’s Note

pp. v-vii
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Introduction: Las Américas Quarterly

pp. 493-504
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I. Transgeographies

Humboldt’s American Mediterranean

pp. 505-528
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Barrio Affinities: Transnational Inspiration and the Geopolitics of Latina/o Design

pp. 529-548
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Locating Neoliberalism in Time, Space, and “Culture”

pp. 549-555
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University of Radicalism: Ricardo Flores Magón and Leavenworth Penitentiary

pp. 557-581
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II. Revisiting Memory Politics and Rights Discourse

For a Pluriversal Declaration of Human Rights

pp. 583-608
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A Return to the South

pp. 609-620
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Queer Argie

pp. 621-631
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III. Alternative Histories

Documenting The Crime of Cuba: An Américan Left and the 1933 Cuban Revolution

pp. 633-660
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Recuperating Histories of Violence in the Americas: Vernacular History-Making on the US–Mexico Border

pp. 661-689
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Rules of Disengagement: Masculinity, Violence, and the Cold War Remakings of Counterinsurgency in Brazil

pp. 691-714
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Ruminations on Lo Sucio as a Latino Queer Analytic

pp. 715-726
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IV. Cruel Modernities

Rehumanizing the Disappeared: Spaces of Memory in Mexico and the Liminality of Transitional Justice

pp. 727-748
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Lorenza Böttner: From Chilean Exceptionalism to Queer Inclusion

pp. 749-765
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The Reparative Politics of Central America Solidarity Movement Culture

pp. 767-790
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On Thinking Cruelty: An Interview with Jean Franco

pp. 791-800
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V. Archipelagic Thought

“Under the Skirt of Liberty”: Giannina Braschi Rewrites Empire

pp. 801-818
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The Cuban Exile Wars: 1976–1981

pp. 819-833
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The Myth of Diaspora Exceptionalism: Wyclef Jean Performs Jaspora

pp. 835-852
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Learning to Live in Miami

pp. 853-873
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Contributors

pp. 875-881
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