Bulletin of Latin American Research
© Society for Latin American Studies
Edited By: Jasmine Gideon, Geoffrey Kantaris, Tony Kapcia, Lucy Taylor, Ann Varley and Matthew Brown
Impact Factor: 0.273
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 45/65 (Area Studies)
Online ISSN: 1470-9856
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Now included in ISI
We are pleased to announce the BLAR is now indexed in the ISI Journal Citation Reports.
Authors are now able to submit their paper to Bulletin of Latin American Research online via the new electronic editorial office.
Bulletin of Latin American Research Sessions at RGS-IBG
Sovereignty, place and security: Latin American and Caribbean geographies (2012)
Susan Mains, Ulrich Oslender, Karen Salt, David Howard
Post-liberal Forms of Development in Latin America: Beyond Standard Categories? (2010)
Speakers: Sarah Radcliffe, Sharlene.L.Mollett, Penelope Anthias, Istvan Praet. Discussant: Marcus Power
Harold Blakemore Prize
The Society for Latin American Studies is inviting submissions to its annual essay competition for current or recent (graduated in the year preceding the submission date) postgraduate students of British universities. The winning essay writer will receive a cash prize (of approximately £400). The winning essay may also be considered by the Editors for publication in the Bulletin of Latin American Research.
The deadline for submission is 28 February 2013.
Brokering Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity: Chilean Lawyers and Public Litigation Strategies
Penny Miles, Cardiff University (2010)
New Political Spaces and Public Sphere 'Deliberativeness' in Ecuador 1822-2009
Conor Farrington (2009)
The Making of Customary Territories
Michael Kent (2008)
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BLAR Book Series
The BLAR Book Series is published in collaboration with the Society for Latin American Studies, edited by the academic team of the Bulletin. This series publishes research monographs and edited collections that complement the wide scope of the Bulletin itself.
We welcome outlines or high quality manuscripts, whether single authored, jointly authored or edited, and have a articular interest in publishing innovative, interdisciplinary work.
Latest Title in the Series
Rethinking the Cuban Revolution Nationally and Regionally: Politics, Culture and Identity
by Par Kumaraswami
The Latin Americanist
Published on behalf of the Southeastern Council on Latin American Studies (SECOLAS)
Latin American Politics and Society
Published on behalf of the Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Miami
The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology
Published on behalf of the American Anthropology Association
Latin American Policy
Published on behalf of the Policy Studies Association