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  1. Live from Portland, Yucatán: Felipe de Jesús Castillo Tzec and the Transnational Maya Experience
  2. Paul Worley
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  1. Bringing Hirschman Back In: “Exit”, “Voice”, and “Loyalty” in the Politics of Transnational Migration
  2. Bert Hoffmann
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  1. Sociopolitical Instability, Income Shocks and Household Savings: Evidence from Peru
  2. Solomon Aklilu
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  1. The Role of Higher Education Reform in the Construction of Cuban Identity
  2. José María Aguilera-Manzano
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  1. The Search for the Codex Cardona by Arnold J. Bauer (review)
  2. Jongsoo Lee
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  1. Holiday in Mexico: Critical Reflections on Tourism and Tourist Encounters ed. by Dina Berger and Andrew Grant Wood (review)
  2. Catherine Cocks
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  1. Aftershocks: Earthquakes and Popular Politics in Latin America ed. by Jürgen Buchenau and Lyman L. Johnson (review)
  2. Nathan Clarke
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  1. The Ecuador Reader ed. by Carlos de la Torre and Steve Striffler (review)
  2. George M. Lauderbaugh
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  1. River of Tears: Country Music, Memory and Modernity in Brazil by Alexander Sebastian (review)
  2. Joli Jensen
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  1. The Dictator’s Seduction: Politics and the Popular Imagination in the Era of Trujillo by Lauren Derby (review)
  2. Christina Violeta Jones
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  1. Brazil, Lyric, and the Americas by Charles A. Perrone (review)
  2. R. Hernández Rodríguez
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  1. Hitler’s Man in Havana: Heinz Lüning and Nazi Espionage in Latin America by Thomas Schnoonover (review)
  2. Michael R. Hall
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  1. Uneven Encounters: Making Race and Nation in Brazil and the United States by Micol Seigel (review)
  2. Felipe Cruz
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