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Native Women and the Making of the Early South

Alejandra Dubcovsky

Antifascism and the Left in the Age of Fascism

Joseph Fronczak

A History

Matthew Brown

Transnational Repression and Human Rights in South America

Francesca Lessa

Race, Legitimacy, and Liberty in Colonial Mexico

Danielle Terrazas Williams

The Legacy of La Malinche

Edited by Victoria I. Lyall and Terezita Romo

Oswaldo Chinchilla Mazariegos

Rural Rebellion, Political Violence, and Historical Memory in Chile

Thomas Miller Klubock

The United States in Latin America, from 1776 to the Twenty-First Century

Britta H. Crandall and Russell C. Crandall

Post-Neoliberal Utopias in the Ecuadorian Amazon

Japhy Wilson

How Editorial Practices Shaped Cosmopolitan Reading

Nora C. Benedict

The Birth of a Strange Dictatorship

Paul Gillingham

Lucas Alaman and Mexico, 1792-1853

Eric Van Young

The Archaeology of Non-urban Complexity in Southeastern Burkina Faso

Daphne E. Gallagher

Political Geography and Capacity Failure in Latin America

Sebastian Mazzuca

Toward a Cartography of Knowledge

Jose Maria Perez Fernandez and Edward Wilson-Lee

Protestants, Catholics, and the Rise of Religious Pluralism in the Early Twentieth Century

Erika Helgen

Britain and Spain in America 1492-1830

J. H. Elliott

How a Revolutionary People Have Survived in a Post-Soviet World

Helen Yaffe