Publications

Title Author Year Publication typesort ascending
The Mexican Countryside, Past and Present Mario Castillo 2016 Student Research
The Challenges of Mexican Elections Christopher Carter 2014 Student Research
Documentation of Choapan Zapotec Erin Donnelly 2012 Student Research
Collaborative archival work and analysis of Munduruku resistance to gold mining in the Upper Tapajós River of the Brazilian Amazon Ailen Vega 2021 Student Research
Invisible Imprints of Glacial Melt Emma Steigerwald 2018 Student Research
Becoming “Professional” Socialists: The Cuban-Soviet Collaboration for Development Clarissa Ibarra 2017 Student Research
Social Ecologies of Brazil's Atlantic Forest Chris Lesser 2016 Student Research
Tree Species Turnover in Western Amazonia Juan Ernesto Guevara Andino 2013 Student Research
The Multivocality of Daily Life at the Intersection of Past and Presents Erin C Rodriguez 2012 Student Research
“This state so forgotten and so little heard”: The Problem of Governance and Slavery in the Lower Amazonian Borderlands, 1621-1720 Maria Barreiros Almeida Reis 2019 Student Research
Epidemiology of Zika Virus in Brazil: Zika infection during pregnancy and Congenital Zika Syndrome (CZS) Naomi Wilcox 2018 Student Research
Examining Experiential Science Education in Sistema de Aprendizaje Tutorial Program Becca Shareff 2016 Student Research
Discovering Research Opportunities in Quito, Ecuador Gopal Penny 2013 Student Research
Social Housing and Fragmented Politics: A Study of Political Activism In Mexico’s City Metropolitan Area Francisco Trejo Morales 2019 Student Research
On the Cusp of Recognition: The Afro-Mexican Racial Moment in Mexico City Nicole-Marie Cotton 2017 Student Research
Can human selection of ethnobotanical plants enhance phenotypic variation? The case of the calabash tree (Crescentia cujete) in Cuba & Dominican Republic Betsabe Castro Escobar 2016 Student Research
Many flowers, few fruits: Pollen limitation in wild and cultivated Theobroma cacao Emily Kearney 2014 Student Research
Intermittent Water Supply John Erickson 2013 Student Research
Urban governance and health conditions of street vendors in Mexico City Irene Farah Rivadeneyra 2021 Student Research
Mirror Images: 1979 and 2018 — Nicaragua in the Photography of Susan Meiselas Aryeh Neier 2018 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
MEXICO: Why Mexico Fell Apart, and How to Fix It Denise Dresser 2017 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
LABOR: Lessons From Bangladesh Seth Leibson 2015 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
Lavar a Alma Adriana Lisboa 2014 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
IMMIGRATION: Reheating a Cold Enchilada Lawrence Downes 2013 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
COLOMBIA: Restoring Bogotá’s Waterscapes René Davids 2012 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
U.S.-MEXICO FUTURES FORUM, CHINA: Can Eagles Fly With Dragons: China, Mexico and the U.S. Julie Michelle Klinger 2011 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
COMMENT: Spring 2010 Harley Shaiken 2010 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
DEVELOPMENT: Develop as We Say, Not as We Did 2008 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
U.S.-MEXICO FUTURES FORUM: Alternative Energy Martha Delgado 2008 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
BOTERO AT BERKELEY: Art and Violence Sarah Moody 2007 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
Divided Mexico Denise Dresser 2006 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
From Hope to Despair Paulo Paiva 2005 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
CHILE: Mónica González Mujica: Between Sorrow and Hope Elizabeth Farnsworth; María José Calderón 2020 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
MIGRATION: Stitching Together a New Life Lauren Markham 2017 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
TPP & NAFTA: In Whose Interest? Inclusive Trade vs. Corporate Protectionism Harley Shaiken 2016 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
RELIGION: The Final Conversion of Pope Francis Nancy Scheper-Hughes; Jennifer Scheper Hughes 2015 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
MEXICO: Communities Up in Arms Lorena Ojeda 2014 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
FILM: A Melting Pot Boils Over Erica Hellerstein 2013 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
MEXICO'S DRUG WAR: Lessons From New York? Celeste Kauffman 2011 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
ENVIRONMENT: Sustainable Architecture Sandy Brown 2010 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
COMMENT: Fall 2009 Harley Shaiken 2009 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
Excerpt from ‘State of the Planet’ Robert Hass 2008 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
COLOMBIA: The Little Cold War Daniel Coronell 2007 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
RACE & IDENTITY: Legacies of Struggle: Reflecting on the AfroLatinx Voices Roundtable Series John A. Mundell 2021 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
Brazil’s New Role Emily Felt 2006 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
Winter 2002 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Center for Latin American Studies, UC Berkeley 2002 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
HUMAN RIGHTS: Central American Migrations James Gerardo Lamb 2019 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
LITERATURE: Rediscovering Clarice Through Translation Katrina Dodson 2017 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
POLITICS: How Clientelism Actually Works Carlos Schmidt Padilla 2015 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article
PUBLIC HEALTH: Growing Up Too Fast Rose Kagawa 2014 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article