In this Issue
The Latin American Research Review is the premier interdisciplinary journal that publishes original research and surveys of current research on Latin America and the Caribbean. Interdisciplinary offerings reflect ahead-of-the-curve research, as well as new directions of knowledge creation in areas such as cultural studies, Latino issues and transnationalism, all of which increasingly intersect with Latin America in ways that are intellectually challenging and illuminating.
published byLatin American Studies Association
viewing issueVolume 45, Number 3, 2010
Table of Contents
Research Reports and Notes
- 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
Notes on the Contributors
- Notes on the Contributors
- pp. 278-281
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