x
 

Latin American History

Number of articles per page:

  • 19
    May

    2022

    Cuban Privilege

    On May 1, 2006 approximately three-fourths of a million unauthorized immigrants across America courageously absented themselves from their jobs to participate in “The Day without Immigrants,” to convince...

    Read the Article
  • 4
    Nov

    2021

    New Perspectives on the Haitian Revolution

    How and why did the Haitian Revolution happen? How did enslaved people from varying backgrounds come together to orchestrate the most radical political event of the modern era – the only revolt of enslaved...

    Read the Article
  • 2
    Mar

    2021

    The “National” in National Parks

    When sections of the Amazon rainforest burned in 2019, Brazilian far-right president Jair Bolsonaro blamed international NGOs. The charge, however, was a bluff to deflect criticism of his failure to protect...

    Read the Article
  • 4
    Jun

    2020

    Mexico and the African Diaspora

    This year, Mexico will determine how many of its citizens identify as Afro-Mexican in its 2020 census. Previously, the federal government had only asked about the nation’s African heritage with an intercensal...

    Read the Article
  • 21
    May

    2020

    Lockdown Lectures History

    Lockdown Lectures: Q&A With History Authors

    We hope everyone enjoyed our Facebook Live Q&A yesterday with Kris Lane, Matthew Restall and Merry Wiesner-Hanks! Thank you to everyone who submitted questions. It was great to hear about the authors’...

    Read the Article
  • 3
    Apr

    2020

    Silk in the Atlantic World – a dream...

    How we understand and respond to failure is one of the most defining features of how our lives pan out. Some people refuse to fail. Some people expect to fail. Some people always hide from their own failings...

    Read the Article
  • 27
    Aug

    2019

    Liberating the Left’s History

    “Will Bolivia and Peru become Indian republics through communist instigation?” So asked a conservative Bolivian newspaper in 1949. Two years prior, large portions of the countryside had witnessed indigenous...

    Read the Article
  • 9
    Aug

    2019

    Solidarity Under Siege and Immigration Crisis

    Alejandro Molina Lara, Gloria García, and Ana Alvarenga, the key protagonists in Solidarity Under Siege, all emigrated to North America. During the 1980s, Salvadoran death squads drove them to El Norte....

    Read the Article

Number of articles per page:

Authors in Latin American History