Volume 39, Number 2, 2004

Table of Contents

From: Latin American Research Review

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Editor's Foreword

pp. 3-5
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Modernism without Modernity: The Rise of Modernist Architecture in Mexico, Brazil, and Argentina, 1890-1940

pp. 6-34
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The Gatekeeper State: Limited Economic Reforms and Regime Survival in Cuba, 1989-2002

pp. 35-65
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Vote Buying in Argentina

pp. 66-88
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Madness, Neurasthenia, and "Modernity": Medico-Legal and Popular Interpretations of Suicide in Early Twentieth-Century Lima

pp. 89-113
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Structuralism and Dependency in Peripheral Europe: Latin American Ideas in Spain and Portugal

pp. 114-140
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Latin American Constitutionalism, 1810-60

pp. 141-153
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Book Reviews

Before and After the Boom: Recent Scholarship on Latin American Literary and Cultural Studies

pp. 155-163
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Politics and Romance in the Scholarship on Cuban Politics

pp. 164-177
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Transatlantic Ties: Recent Works on the Slave Trade, Slavery, and Abolition

pp. 178-195
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Silver, Slaves, and Sugar: The Persistence of Spanish Colonialism from Absolutism to Liberalism

pp. 196-210
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Pushing the Borders of Latin American Mission History

pp. 211-220
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Perspectives on Late Colonial Mexican Cultural History

pp. 221-238
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Between a Rock and a Softer Place: Reflections on Some Recent Economic History of Latin America

pp. 239-257
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Political Economy in a Time of Capital Outflows: Theory, Historical Analysis, and Prescriptions

pp. 258-274
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Democracy and Political Institutions in Latin America: Reconciling Approaches

pp. 275-290
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Peace and War in Latin America: Changing Perspectives on Military-Civilian Relations

pp. 291-299
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Notes on the Contributors

Notes on the Contributors

pp. 300-302
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