In this Issue
Since its founding in 1944, The Americas (TAm) has been one of the principal English-language journals of Latin American history. It publishes articles on all chronological periods of Latin American, Spanish borderlands, and related Iberian scholarship. The journal includes an extensive book review section and a compilation of news and notes of general interest to Latin Americanists.
published byThe Academy of American Franciscan History
viewing issueVolume 62, Number 2, October 2005
Table of Contents
Catholicism and Religious Practices
Literature and Culture
Markets and Economic Globalization
Nation Building and Nationalism
Politics and Governance
Urban Social History
U.S.-Latin American Relations
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