Latin American Studies

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Sussex Library of Study — CILAS/Sussex Latin American Library


The Latin American Library series, titles detailed below, is published with the sponsorship of CILAS, the Center for Iberian and Latin American Studies at the University of California, San Diego, and is a vehicle for the dissemination of research carried out at that institution. The series is refereed by distinguished scholars in the field. Its editor is Emeritus Professor Carlos H. Waisman, Department of Sociology and International Studies Program, University of California, San Diego.

University of California, San Diego

Argentinian Telenovelas
Gabriela Jonas Aharoni

Dr. Debra D. Andrist

Debating Civil–Military Relations in Latin America
Edited by David R. Mares and Rafael Martínez

Environment and the Law in Amazonia
Edited by James M. Cooper and Christine Hunefeldt

Ethnicity from Various Angles and Through Varied Lenses
Edited by Christine Hunefeldt and Leon Zamosc

Exile and the Politics of Exclusion in the Americas
Edited by Luis Roniger, James N. Green and Pablo Yankelevich

Power, Culture and Violence in the Andes
Edited by Christine Hunefeldt and Milos Kokotovic

Utopias in Latin America
Edited by Juan Pro