Latin American Perspectives

Papers
(The median citation count of Latin American Perspectives is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
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The October 2019 Indigenous and Citizens’ Uprising in Ecuador21
Introduction:Vivir bien/Buen vivirand Post-Neoliberal Development Paths in Latin America: Scope, Strategies, and the Realities of Implementation12
Challenges for the Implementation of the Rights of Nature: Ecuador and Bolivia as the First Instances of an Expanding Movement11
Buen vivir(Good Living): A “Glocal” Genealogy of a Latin American Utopia for the World11
Socio-territorial Disputes and Violence on Fracking Land in Vaca Muerta, Argentina9
Toward a New Phase of Guerrilla Warfare in Colombia? The Reconstitution of the FARC-EP in Perspective8
Decolonizing Our Feminist/ized Revolutions: Enfleshed Praxis from Southwest Colombia8
Dependency Revisited: Ecuador’s (Re)Insertions into the International Division of Nature7
The Debt/Energy Nexus behind Puerto Rico’s Long Blackout: From Fossil Colonialism to New Energy Poverty7
Lost and Found: Bourgeois Dependency Theory and the Forgotten Roots of Neodevelopmentalism6
Hybrid Governance in Northeastern Mexico: Crime, Violence, and Legal-Illegal Energy Markets6
The Incorporation of Social Organizations under the MAS in Bolivia6
The Moral Economy of Drug Trafficking: Armed Civilians and Mexico’s Violence and Crime6
Social Movements in Latin America: Paradigms, People, and Politics5
Social Classes and Capital Accumulation in Recent Argentina: The 2008 Agrarian Conflict5
University Extension in Dispute: Neoliberal Counterreform and Alternatives in Latin American Universities5
Popular Feminism(s) Reconsidered: Popular, Racialized, and Decolonial Subjectivities in Contention5
The Rise of Authoritarian Corporate Populism4
Forced Disappearance as a Collective Cultural Trauma in the Ayotzinapa Movement4
Party-Base Linkages and Contestatory Mobilization in Bolivia’s El Alto: Subduing theCiudad Rebelde4
Social Conflict in Argentina (1989–2017): Democracy in Dispute4
¿La minería para el buen vivir? Large-scale Mining, Citizenship, and Development in Correa’s Ecuador4
The Longue Durée of the Marxist Theory of Dependency and the Twenty-First Century4
Dependency 4.0: Theoretical Considerations and the Brazilian Case4
Dependency Theory and the Critique of Neodevelopmentalism in Latin America4
Rackets and the Markets of Violence: A Case Study of Altavista, Medellín, Colombia4
What is Sumak Kawsay? A Qualitative Study in the Ecuadorian Amazon4
Asociación de Mujeres Afro por la Paz: Feminism with the Body and Face of a Woman4
Populism and Its Authoritarian Tendencies: The Politics of Division in Bolivia4
Beyond the Institutional Order: Culture and the Formation of New Political Subjects in the Peripheries of São Paulo4
Buen vivirand the Making of Indigenous Territories in the Peruvian Amazon4
Mourning, Activism, and Queer Desires: Ni Una Menos and Carri’s Las hijas del fuego4
Challenges Facing Latin American Peasant Movements under Progressive Governments and New Right-Wing Parties: The Case of Brazil4
The Relational Dynamics of Becoming Popular Feminist Subjects: The World March of Women and Rural/Peasant Women’s Organizing in Brazil in the 2000s3
Perched on a Parched Hill: Popular Women, Popular Feminism, and the Struggle for Water in Medellín3
Land Speculation by International Financial Capital in Brazil3
The Rise of Academic Capitalism in Brazil’s Higher Education3
Environmental Violence and the Socio-environmental (de)Evolution of a Landscape in the San Quintín Valley3
Contesting Mexico’s Necropolitics: Necrogovernance and Subversive Necropower in Two Cases3
Consultation in Ecuador: Institutional Fragility and Participation in National Extractive Policy3
Introduction: Social Movements in Latin America, Part 23
The Age of Transition: Postdevelopment and North-South Synergies3
Communal Responses to Structural Violence and Dispossession in Cherán, Mexico3
Cold War, Neoliberal War, and Disappearance: Observations from Mexico3
Introduction: Salient Characteristics of Mexico’s Neoliberal Turn and Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s Critique3
Introduction: Whither Development Theory?3
Racialized Popular Feminism: A Decolonial Analysis of Women’s Struggle with Police Violence in Rio de Janeiro’s Favelas3
The Missionaries of Francis: The Theology of the People and the Unification of the Argentine Piquetero Movement (2014–2018)3
Neoliberalism in the Grey Area: Community Defense, the State, and Organized Crime in Guerrero and Michoacán3
Introduction: Violence, Capital Accumulation, and Resistance in Contemporary Latin America3
Drugs, Violence, and Capitalism: The Expansion of Opioid Use in the Americas2
On the Concept of the Reserve Army of Labor in Ruy Mauro Marini2
Dependency Theory in the Academic Self-Reports of the Brasília Group2
Internationalism as Political Praxis: Everyday Actions and Transnational Solidarity Building in the Brazilian Landless Rural Workers’ Movement2
Brazilian Subimperialism? Empirical Evidence against Ruy Mauro Marini’s Explanatory Scheme2
Rafael Correa’s Decade in Power (2007–2017): Citizens’ Revolution,Sumak Kawsay, and Neo-Extractivism in Ecuador2
Social Movement Consolidation and Strategic Shifts: The Brazilian Landless Movement during the Lula and Dilma Administrations2
Sumak KawsayIs Harmful for All of Us”: Oil Roads and Well-being among the Waorani in Ecuadorian Amazonia2
Where Impunity Reigns: Nickel Mining in El Estor, Guatemala2
The Cycle of Dependency 50 Years Later2
Not a Mexican Pink Tide: The AMLO Administration and the Neoliberal Left2
Popular Feminism: Considering a Concept in Feminist Politics and Theory2
Racializing Region: Internal Orientalism, Social Media, and the Perpetuation of Stereotypes and Prejudice against Brazilian Nordestinos2
Dynamics of Autonomous Action in Social Movements: From Rejection to Construction2
Education, Science, and Technology Policies during Ecuador’s Citizens’ Revolution: Between Cognitive Dependency and the Struggle for the Social State2
Social Mobility in Chilean Youth and Their Parents: A Generational Analysis from the Perspective of Social Reproduction2
Buen vivir and Changes in Education in Ecuador, 2006–20162
Collective Action and Political Change: Public and Semipublic Strategies of Brazilian Rural Movements (1990s–2017)2
Mapping the Argentine New Left: Social Liberation, National Liberation, and Revolutionary Violence, 1969–19772
Revisiting Bolivian “Progressivism”: The Anticommunalism of the Plurinational State2
The Horizon of Critical Collaboration: Feminist Cogovernance and Movement-State Negotiations in El Salvador2
Neoliberalism and Higher Education in Latin America2
State Violence, Capital Accumulation, and Globalization of Crime: The Case of Ayotzinapa2
Climate Change, Neoliberalism, and Migration: Mexican Sons of Peasants on the Beach1
Social Movements, Crises, and Mobilizations: A Look at Summer 20191
Buen vivir as an Alternative Development Model: Ecuador’s Bumpy Road toward a Postextractivist Society1
Fals Borda’sHistoria doble de la Costa: The Anatomy of a Book Unfolding into Queerness1
Financial Capital and the Parliamentary Coup in Brazil: Division, Reunification, and Crisis of Hegemony1
Rethinking the Role of Religion in Orlando Fals Borda’s Ideas of Social Change, 1948–19701
Transgressive Female Sexuality and Desire in Contemporary Colombian Cinema: Hermida’sLa luciérnagaand Rodríguez’sSeñoritas1
Between Markets and Barracks: The Economic Policy Narrative of Brazilian Authoritarianism1
Radical Reorganization of Environmental Policy: Contemporaneous Evidence from Brazil1
The Rise and Decline of Brazil as a Regional Power (2003–2016)1
Poisonous Exports: Pesticides, Peasants, and Conservation Paradigms in Guatemala1
Building a Strategic Trade and Industrial Policy for Puerto Rico in the Context of Colonial Exclusion and Lack of a Development Strategy1
In the Labyrinths of Dependent Urbanization: Rescue and Perspectives1
Disaster Extractivism: Latin America’s Extractive Shock Therapy in the Age of COVID-191
Küme mongen on the Coast: Contexts and Course Changes in Intercultural Health in the South of Chile1
Opening Pandora's Box: The Extreme Right and the Resurgence of Racism in Brazil1
Calles de la Resistencia: Pathways to Empowerment in Puerto Rico1
Territorial Dispossession in Mexico: Mining and the New Latifundism1
The Diffusion and Circulation of Marxism in the Periphery: Mariátegui and Dependency Theory1
Assessing a Proposal for Updating the Marxist Theory of Dependency1
The Houses That Evo Built: Autonomy,Vivir bien, andViviendasin Bolivia1
In Memoriam: Terrie Ralph Groth (1952–2020)1
Neoliberalism and the Impact of Student Demonstrations in Chile: Pushing the Bounds of the Post-Pinochet Education Project?1
Reassessing Development and Dependency in Latin American Case Studies by1
Mariátegui, Critical Thinking, and Andean Futures1
Theorizing the Revolutionary Political Action of Social Movements during the Pink Tide1
Bolsonaro’s Subservience to Trump, 2019 and 2020: A Demanding Agenda and Limited Reciprocity1
Tongues of Fire: Silas Malafaia and the Historical Roots of Neo-Pentecostal Power in Bolsonaro’s Brazil1
Political Subjectivation, Generation, and Postmemory: Understanding the Activists of the 2011 Chilean Student Movement1
Brazil Facing More Than the Pandemic: Distribution and Exclusion in Economic Policy1
Introduction: Brazil under Bolsonaro1
Silent Indigenous Revolution in Ecuador and Mariátegui’s Thought1
Lajan lajan ’ayatikor “Walking in Complementary Pairs” in the Zapatista Women’s Struggle1
The Impact of For-Profit Higher Education on Brazilian Education1
Development and Globalization in Latin America: Theories and Practice1
U.S. Hegemony in Latin America during an Age of Challenges: The Perception of Threats by the U.S Southern Command1
Socio-Environmental Controversies in Peasant Family Farming in Chile’s Ñuble Region1
How Do Business Schools Contribute to the Perpetuation of the Chilean Labor Model?1
The Geography of Telework in Latin America: New Spatial Devices during the Pandemic1
Victims and Ex-Combatants in Colombia: The Aulas de Paz Model of Truth, Forgiveness, and Reconciliation1
From Lula to Bolsonaro: The Crisis of Neodevelopmentalism in Brazil1
The Self-Inflicted Dimensions of Puerto Rico’s Fiscal Crisis1
Mariátegui and the Search for the Latin American Proletariat1
The End of the Oppression of Indigenous Peoples under Capitalism? Bolivia under the Morales Government1
Introduction: Social Movements, Progressive Governments, and the Question of Strategy1
Routines of Interaction between Latin American Feminists and the State1
Anticorruption and Imperialist Blind Spots: The Role of the United States in Brazil’s Long Coup1
Governance, Participation, and Hegemony: Governing Cananea and the Sonora River Region1
Feminist Solidarities and Coalitional Identity: The Popular Feminism of the Marcha das Margaridas1
Cuba: The July 11, 2021, Protests1
Old Friends in New Times: Progressive Parties and Union Movements in the Southern Cone1
Living Well and Health Practices among Aymara People in Northern Chile1
The Precariousness of Immaterial Labor: Self-Taylorization in the Brazilian Software Industry1
Whither Nicaragua Three Years On?1
TheBuen vivirPostdevelopmentalist Paradigm under Ecuador’s Citizens’ Revolution Governments (2007–2017): An Appraisal1
Female Bodies and Globalization: The Work of Indigenous Women Weavers in Zinacantán1
Conspiracy Theories and Foreign Policy Narratives: Globalism in Jair Bolsonaro’s Foreign Policy1
Russian Foreign Policy in Latin America and the Caribbean in the Twenty-first Century1
Decentering a Mulher popular? Gender-Class and Race in Early and Contemporary Latin American Popular Feminisms1
The World March of Women: Popular Feminisms, Transnational Struggles1
Indigenous Social Movements and Institutional Reform: Mechanisms of Interest Representation in Three Colombian Municipalities1
State Violence against Mapuche Women in Chile, 1998–20180
Building a Culture of Peace: The San José de Apartadó Peace Community0
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Borderland Political Regimes in Latin America0
Enrique Mendieta and the Ghosts of Leftism Past: The Aftereffects of Mexico’s Dirty War in Élmer Mendoza’s Detective Fiction0
Book Review: The Ambiguity and Complexity of Mexico’s Indigenismo0
The Fight to End Neoliberal Madness in Honduras0
Center-Left Parties and Developmental Regimes in Latin America: Assessing the Role of Democracy0
The Effects of Postconflict Memory: Forced Sterilization in Peru0
Primitive Accumulation, Mafia Capitalism, and the Campesino Population in Paraguay0
Introduction: The Nicaraguan Crisis and the Challenge to the International Left0
Wages, Price, and Profit: Protection and Value Capture in the Mercosur Automotive Industry0
Gendered Economic Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic and Rural Women’s Livelihood Strategies in Mexico’s Mixteca Alta0
Interpreting Repressive and Economic Threats:Música contestatariaand Collective Resistance in Central America0
The Pandemic, the Crisis of the Neoliberal Model, and the Emergence of Digital Capitalism: The New Labor Market Environment0
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The Independent Electronic Music Party Scene/Circuit in São Paulo: A Panorama of the 2010s0
The Bolsonaro Government in the Face of the Pandemic: Neoliberalism at a Crossroad?0
Blowtorching Freirean Thought Out of Bolsonaro’s Brazil: Alagoas’s Escola Livre Law0
Social Protections and the COVID-19 Pandemic in Latin America0
Dreams of a Globalized University in Ecuador: The Reforms of the Rafael Correa Government0
The Pattern of Capital Reproduction in Dependent and Financialized Capitalism0
Colonial Ideologies, Narratives, and Popular Perceptions of Ethno-racial Otherness in the Dynamics of Urban Exclusion: Debates and Evidence from Mexico, Colombia, Chile, and Argentina0
Book Review: A Generation of Conflict in Contemporary Brazil0
Place, Violence, and Resistance: Impacts of Mining in the Chilean Andes0
Mobilized Yet Contained: Popular Women, Feminisms, and Organizing around Venezuela’s 2012 Organic Labor Law0
Mariátegui’s Thought and the Solidarity Economy: A Contemporary Dialogue?0
Violence in Mexico, Then, There, and Now: A Review Essay0
Book Review: Myths and Half-Truths about Mexico in the Late Twentieth Century0
False Generosity: A Freirean Reflection on Food Aid and Lima’s Comedores Populares0
Development Projects, Models of Capitalism, and Political Regimes in Brazil, 1988–20210
The Sexual Politics of Beauty: Reflections on Contemporary Argentine Cinema0
The Right to Live in Peace: Musical Responses to Violence in the 2019 Chilean Uprising0
The Crystallization of Human Rights in Latin American Perspective0
The Open Marxism of José Carlos Mariátegui0
“Water Pays for Water”: Sonora, An Affluent of National Privatization0
Beatriz Palacios: Ukamau’s Cornerstone (1974–2003)0
Commentary: Defusing the Myths about China’s Relations with Latin America0
Photo Essay: San Quintín’s Long History of Exploitation and Strikes0
Mariátegui’s Thought in the Peasant Struggles of Hugo Blanco0
Commentary: Unearthing the Root Causes of Central American Migration0
Recent Books on Puerto Rico0
Young Tzeltal Migrants from the Ejido to California’s Cities0
The Cultural Politics of José Carlos Mariátegui0
The Rise and Fall of Marcha Verde in the Dominican Republic0
Power, Legitimacy, and Institutions in the October 2019 Uprising in Chile0
Violence and Political Participation in Northeastern Guatemala0
Protests for Women's Rights and against the Bolsonaro Administration0
Resizing 60 Years of Chilean Politics: Small Acts, Grassroots Movements, and Individual Responsibility0
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The U.S.-Mexican Border and Music as a “Border Crosser”0
Soft Power with Chinese Characteristics: Pandemic Diplomacy in Latin America and the Caribbean0
Book Review: Popular Struggle and Resistance in Latin America0
A Tale of Two Crashes: Pandemic Politics in Brazil and Peru0
The Practice of Thinking: Fernando Martínez Heredia’s Essential Anthology0
Absent, Repressive, and Criminalized States: Forced Internal Displacement and Irregular Migration in El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala0
Brazilian Dependent Capitalism under the Hegemony of Financialized Capital0
Power Bloc Legitimation Strategies in a Dependent Society: The Case of Argentina (2001–2019)0
Samba and Surveillance: Censorship and Black Music during Brazilian Military Rule, 1964–19850
Progress in Latin America: Farewell to Modernity?0
Finding Feminism through Faith: Casa Yela, Popular Feminism, and the Women-Church Movement in Chile0
Brazil’s Cultural Battleground: Public Universities and the New Right0
A New Dawn or a False Hope for Mexico’s Left? Overcoming Neoliberal Legacies in an Uncertain World0
Transnational Corporations and Capitalists from the Global South: Natura & Co. and the IEDI0
Bolivian Critical Marxism: An Approach to the Work of René Zavaleta Mercado and Álvaro García Linera0
Puerto Rico’s Catastrophe0
Notes on the Paths of the Brazilian Revolution0
The Antibusiness Basis of Leftist “Breakthrough” Presidencies in Neoliberal Latin America0
Commentary: Reply0
Worker Resistance in the Formation of the Maquiladora Enclave in Honduras0
Cross-Border Social Practices of Mexican Merchant Women0
The Boricua Summer: Keys from a Human Rights Perspective0
In Memoriam: Elizabeth Dore (1946–2022)0
Photo Essay: Communities of Resistance along the Border0
Defending Territory, Challenging Neoliberalism in Postwar Guatemala: Peaceful Resistance La Puya0
Book Review: Assessing El Sistema and the Claims of Social Change through Music Education0
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Conflict, Memory and Conciliation0
Remittances as Rents in a Guatemalan Town: Debt, Asylum, the U.S. Job Market, and Vulnerability to Human Trafficking0
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Left Government Strategies toward Business Groups and the Outcomes: The Mexican and Venezuelan Cases0
End of Cycle or Continuity of Bolivia’s Democratic-Cultural Revolution?0
The Hazards to Higher Education of Reformist Pragmatism in Cuba: Proposals for an Agenda0
Reconciling the State and Diffused Autonomy? Political Brokers in Venezuelan Poder popular0
From Populism to Neoliberalism: The Political Economy of Latin American Import-Substitution Industrialization: Argentina, Brazil, Mexico and Colombia in Comparative Perspective0
Lava Jato in the Words of Its Task Force: Corruption Probe and the Rise of the Far-Right in Brazil0
Representations of the COVID-19 Crisis in Argentina0
Reflections of Nonnormativity: Photography, Childhood, and Belonging in Mariana Rondón’s Pelo malo0
The Political Economy of Puerto Rico: Surplus Use and Class Structure0
Film Review: Malvinas Female Veterans: Traveling through Memories0
Uprising on the Dance Floor: New Chilean Pop and Protest in Postdictatorship Chile0
The Revolutionary Left in Cuba and Latin America0
The Social Base of Bolsonarism: An Analysis of Authoritarianism in Politics0
The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Women’s Education in Argentina0
Indigenous Migrations to Baja California Sur: Regional Economic Enclaves and Ethnic Apartheid0
Interview with Daniel Feierstein0
Before the “Ecologically Noble Savage”: Gendered Representations of Amazonia in the Global Media in the 1970s0
The Rise of Fascism in Brazil0
La red que crece: Platform Politics and Social Struggle in Neoliberal Guatemala0
Counterhegemonic Mobilization and the Popularity of Backlash in Jujuy, Argentina0
Soy, China’s Food Security, and the Brazilian Supply0
Bolsonaro, the Last Colonizer0
Commentary: Rejoinder0
The Construction of Peace in the Chiapas Highlands: Indigenous Resistance to Structural Violence0
Testimonio at 500
The Struggle for Land in the Eastern Amazon0
Latin American Urbanization and the Political Economy of Inequality0
Introduction: An Insurrection, a Resurrection, and the Right Wing’s Self-Deception0
Film Review: Two Stories about Extractivism0
Recent Books on Neoliberalism, Violence, and Local Memories in El Salvador0
Development and Well¯being: Maritime Infrastructure and Ocean Grabbing on the Colombian Pacific Coast0
Chesucristo, Man or Myth?0
Agustín Cueva and the Construction of Democracy in Latin America0
Book Review: Cuban and U.S. Immigration Inequality0
Violence without Truce: Hondurans in the Gulf of Mexico Corridor0
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