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- The Latin Americanist
- The University of North Carolina Press
- Memory and Counter-Memorials: Adriana Corral’s Unearthed: Desenterrado on the United States-Mexico Border Volume 65, Number 1, March 2021, pp. 84-104
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This issue contains 13 articles in total
- Migranthood: Youth in a New Era of Deportation by Lauren Heidbrink (review)
- Erased: The Untold Story of the Panama Canal by Marixa Lasso (review)
- The Dictator Dilemma: The United States and Paraguay in the Cold War by Kirk Tyvela (review)
- Cuban Literature in the Age of Black Insurrection: Manzano, Plácido, and Afro-Latino Religion by Matthew Pettway (review)
- Prevention or Provocation? How U.S. Support for Christian Democrats Radicalized Chile’s MIR, 1964–1970.
- “Asking as a Citizen”: Navigating Ambiguity in the Interests of Community
- The Chiapas Jaguar as Symbol of Maya Resintencia – Resistance and Intention
- Memory and Counter-Memorials: Adriana Corral’s Unearthed: Desenterrado on the United States-Mexico Border
- Reverse Engineering the Narrative: A.B. Nichols’s Failed Attempt to Amend the Canal Zone’s History
- “Reframing Guanajuato’s Indigenous Past: Archaeological Field Notes and Development Priorities”
- Mucamas or Baianas?: Black Female Empowerment and Cultural Representation in Bahia.
- Notes From the Editors
- Contributors Page
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