Caribbean & Latin America

Edited by Trey Proctor and Jeff Shumway

Volume 12 (2014)

“Neoclassical Architecture in Spanish Colonial America: A Negotiated Modernity”
Paul Niell

Footprints, Frontiers, and Empires: Latin American Tourism Development, 1840–1959
Evan R. Ward

Volume 11 (2013)

As Historical Subjects: The African Diaspora in Colonial Latin American History
Rachel Sarah O’Toole

Indigenous People and Legal Culture in Spanish America
Yanna Yannakakis

Animals and Imperialism: Recent Historiographical Trends
Aaron Skabelund

Hybrid Atlantics: Future Directions for the History of the Atlantic World
Jorge Cañizares‐Esguerra and Benjamin Breen

Uruguay, Gateway to Nineteenth‐Century Cultural History of the Río de la Plata
William Acree

The Political and Institutional History of Colonial Spanish America
Alejandro Cañeque

Environmental Justice, Environmentalism, and Environmental History in Twentieth‐Century Latin America
Emily Wakild

The History of Time in Colonial Latin America
Matthew D. O’Hara

Volume 10 (2012)

Comparing and Exploring Frontier Myth and Reality in Latin America
Richard W. Slatta

The Empire’s Long Goodbye: Heroes, Crowds and the First Stage of Independence in Argentina
Lyman L. Johnson

The Fringes of Empires: Recent Scholarship on Colonial Frontiers and Borderlands in Latin America
Fabricio Prado

The New Conquest History
Matthew Restall

Against Nature: Sodomy and Homosexuality in Colonial Latin America
Zeb Tortorici

Volume 9 (2011)

The Historical Maya and Maya Histories: Recent Trends and New Approaches to Reconstructing Indigenous Pasts in Guatemala
David Carey Jr.

Bringing the Animals Back in: Writing Quadrupeds into the Environmental History of Latin America and the Caribbean
Lauren Derby

The Historical Maya and Maya Histories: Recent Trends and New Approaches to Reconstructing Indigenous Pasts in Guatemala
David Carey Jr.

Bringing the Animals Back in: Writing Quadrupeds into the Environmental History of Latin America and the Caribbean
Lauren Derby

Sexuality, Witchcraft, and Honor in Colonial Spanish America
Nicole von Germeten

Volume 8 (2010)

Re-visiting Histories of Modernization, Progress, and (Unequal) Citizenship Rights: Coerced Sterilization in Peru and in the United States

Jadwiga E. Pieper Mooney

Some Thoughts on the Economic History of Early Colonial Mexico
Richard J. Salvucci

Historiography of the Structure and Functioning of the Portuguese Inquisition in Colonial Brazil
James E. Wadsworth

Language and Communication in the Spanish Conquest of America
Daniel Wasserman Soler

On Currents and Comparisons: Gender and the Atlantic ‘Turn’ in Spanish America
Bianca Premo

Women and Families in Early (North) America and the Wider (Atlantic) World
Karin Wulf

Family Matters: The Early Modern Atlantic from the European Side
Julie Hardwick

The Devolution of Peru’s Sendero Luminoso: From Hybrid Maoists to Narco-Traffickers?
Daniel M. Masterson

Volume 7 (2009)

Bartolomé de las Casas and the African Slave Trade
Lawrence Clayton

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Mothering Mexico: The Historiography of Mothers and Motherhood in 20th-Century Mexico
Nichole Sanders

Women and War in Latin America, 1950–2000
Lorraine Bayard de Volo

Recent Research on the Andes before Independence: Ethnohistory, Social History, and Revolt and Revolution
Susan Elizabeth Ramírez

Constructing a Narrative: The History of Science and Technology in Latin America
María Portuondo

Guadalupan Devotion in Mexico: A Historiographical Consideration
Linda Hall

Volume 6 (2008)

Convents and Nuns: New Approaches to the Study of Female Religious Institutions in Colonial Mexico
Margaret Chowning

The Virtual and the Real: The Case of the Mysterious Documents from Naples
Kenneth Andrien

Opening New Frontiers in Colonial Spanish American History: New Perspectives on Indigenous-Spanish Interactions on the Margins of Empire
Caroline A. Williams

The Political and Economic Reverberations of the Cuban Revolution in Mexico
Arthur Schmidt

Women with Golden Arms: Narco-Trafficking in North America, 1910–1970
Elaine Carey

From Involution to Revolution in Mexico: Liberal Development, Patriarchy, and Social Violence in the Central Highlands, 1870–1915
John Tutino

How Far is the ‘Rhetoric of Inclusion; Reality of Exclusion’ Argument Applicable to the Relationship of Afro-Latin Americans to the Nation-State?
Helen Creighton

The Globalization of Mexican Cuisine
Jeffrey Pilcher

Recent Work and Prospects in American Indian Contact Population
David Henige

The Products of Consumption: Housework in Latin American Political Economies and Cultures
Marie Eileen Francois

Volume 5 (2007)

Merchant Guilds (Consulados de Comercio) in the Spanish World
Ralph Lee Woodward Jr

Social Catholicism, Modern Consumption and the Culture Wars in Postrevolutionary Mexico City
Patience A. Schell

Vaya con Dios: Religion and the Transnational History of the Americas
Pamela Voekel, Bethany Moreton, Michael Jo

Subjectivity, Agency, and the New Latin American History of Gender and Sexuality
Robert M. Buffington

Reflections on the Historiography of Twentieth-Century Mexico
William H. Beezley

Militant Motherhood Re-Visited: Women’s Participation and Political Power in Argentina and Chile
Jadwiga E. Pieper Mooney

Revisiting the Battle of Iquique
William F. Sater

Of Love and Politics: Reassessing Manuela Sáenz and Simón Bolívar, 1822–1830
Pamela S. Murray

Volume 4 (2006)

Bringing It Back Home: Perspectives on Gender and Family History in Modern Mexico
Ann S. Blum

The Politics of Economic Nationalism in Postrevolutionary Mexico
Susan M. Gauss

Imagining the State and Building the Nation: The Case of Nineteenth-Century Argentina
Mark D. Szuchman

Counterfactual Mexicos
John H. Coatsworth

Volume 3 (2005)

The Revolution, the State, and Economic Development in Mexico
Steven Topik

Cornering the Market: State Intervention in Comparative Perspective Brazilian Coffee and Mexican Henequen
Steven Topik

Women Workers in a Changing Latin American Economy
Heather Fowler-Salamini

New Perspectives on Female Suffrage
Sarah A. Buck

Race, With or Without Color? Reconciling Brazilian Historiography
Gail D. Triner

Many Historiographical Mexicos
William B. Taylor

Afro-Mexican History: Trends and Directions in Scholarship
Ben Vinson III

Volume 2 (2004)

Juan Manuel de Rosas: Authoritarian Caudillo and Primitive Populist
Jeffrey M. Shumway

The Many Faces of El Supremo: Historians, History, and Dr. Francia
Jerry W. Cooney

Latin American Resistance Movements in the Time of the Posts
Glen David Kuecker

Geography, Will it Absolve Cuba?
Luis Martínez-Fernández

Making the Americas: U.S. Business People and Latin Americans from the Age of Revolutions to the Era of Globalization
Thomas O’Brien

Liberalism and Its Discontents: Lessons From the Brazilian Past
Richard Graham

Volume 1 (2003)

Finding the Voices of Nineteenth Century Urban Mexico
Richard Warren

No One Said it was Quetzalcoatl: Listening to the Indians in the Conquest of Mexico
Camilla Townsend

Locating Male Sexualities in Latin American History: Two Anthropological Models
Anne Rubenstein