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Where’s Che? Politics, Pop Culture, and Public Memory in Rosario, Argentina


  • Eric D. Carter

    1. Dr. Eric D. Carter, Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Grinnell College, is a human geographer with research and teaching interests in political ecology, health geography, international development, and historical geography, with an area focus on Latin America. His book, Enemy in the Blood: Malaria, Nationalism, and Development in Argentina, was published by the University of Alabama Press in 2012. Eric can be reached at
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Che Guevara‘s revolutionary image fades with changes in politics and popular culture, allowing for public commemoration in his Argentine birthplace.

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