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CONTRIBUTORS John R. Bawden is an Assistant Professor of History at the University of Montevallo. He holds a PhD in history from the University of California, Riverside. His research interests include the Chilean armed forces, international history, and US-Latin American relations. Benjamin Fraser is Assistant Professor in the Department of Hispanic Studies at The College of Charleston. His books include: Disability Studies and Spanish Culture (forthcoming, Liverpool UP), Understanding Juan Benet (forthcoming, U South Carolina P), Henri Lefebvre and the Spanish Urban Experience (Bucknell UP, 2011), Encounters with Bergson(ism) in Spain (U North Carolina P/NCSRLL #295, 2010), Capital Inscriptions (ed.) (Juan de la Cuesta, 2012), Deaf History and Culture in Spain (ed.) (Gallaudet UP, 2009), La urbanización decimonónica de Madrid (ed.) (Stockcero, 2011), Trains, Literature and Culture and Trains, Culture and Mobility (both co-edited with S. Spalding) (Lexington Books, 2012). Lia Roberts is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Mount St Mary’s College. She received her PhD in political science from the University of California at Santa Barbara, a master’s degree in political science from the University of Tennessee, and a bachelor of arts in political science and psychology from UNC Charlotte. Professor Roberts’ research interests include political development, democratization, women and politics, and political participation. José Pablo Villalobos is Associate Professor of Spanish in the Department of Hispanic Studies at Texas A&M University (College Station). His research and teaching interests encompass U.S./Mexico Border Studies , Latin American Literature, and Latino Studies. He is the author of La imaginación genealógica: Herencia y escritura en México (2006) and numerous articles on Mexican literature and Mexico/U.S. border literature and culture. C  2012 Southeastern Council on Latin American Studies and Wiley Periodicals, Inc 1 ...


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