The Latin Americanist
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Edited By: Gregory Weeks (Editor); Jurgen Buchenau and Gregory Crider (Co-Editors, SECOLAS Annals)
Online ISSN: 1557-203X
CALL FOR PAPERS
Presenters at the April 2010 SECOLAS meeting in Mexico City are encouraged to submit their papers for possible publication in the The Latin Americanist: SECOLAS Annals Issue.
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TLA - 2009 SPECIAL ISSUE on Cuba
The Latin Americanist is pleased to announce that in 2009 issue 53.3 will be dedicated to Cuba and the 50th Anniversary of the Cuban Revolution.
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Given the wide variety of political conflicts that have appeared in Latin America in recents years, it is essential to keep scholarly attention on analyses of Latin American democracy.
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Latin American Politics and Society
Published on behalf of the Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Miami
Latin American Politics and Society presents the highest-quality original social science scholarship on Latin America. The Editorial Board is dedicated to challenging prevailing orthodoxies and promoting innovative theoretical and methodological perspectives on the states, societies, economies, and international relations of the Americas in a globalizing world. Further information here.
Bulletin of Latin American Research
Published on behalf of the Society for Latin American Studies
The Bulletin of Latin American Research publishes original research of current interest on Latin America, the Caribbean, inter-American relations and the Latin American Diaspora from all academic disciplines within the social sciences, history and cultural studies. Also launched in 2008 is the BLAR/SLAS Book Series.Further information here.
SLAS - Society for Latin American Studies (UK)
SLAS was founded in 1964 and is one of the leading Latin American studies organizations in Europe. We hold an annual conference in March/April, an Annual Lecture and publish the Bulletin of Latin American Research (BLAR). We have around 400 members. While most are academics and PhD students, members also include diplomats, journalists, and research analysts from business and non-governmental organizations. Further information here.