Latin American Perspectives

(The TQCC of Latin American Perspectives is 7. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
From the Resources of Poverty to the Poverty of Resources?73
Changing Patrons, from Politician to Drug Don55
From Ideas to Practice53
Worlding Bogotá’s Ciclovía51
From Modernization to Resistance: Latin American Literature 1959-197649
Engendering Powers in Neoliberal Times in Latin America46
Zapatista Anticapitalist Politics and the “Other Campaign”35
An Opportunity Squandered? Elites, Social Movements, and the Government of Evo Morales34
The Creation and Re-creation of Ethnicity33
Zero-Tolerance Policing, Stealth Real Estate Development, and the Transformation of Public Space33
From Wage Migration to Debt Migration?32
From Calpixqui to Corregidor30
Tropical Deforestation, Land Degradation, and Society30
Theorizing Gender, Race, and Cultural Tourism in Latin America29
The Limits of Pragmatism: The Rise and Fall of the Brazilian Workers’ Party (2002–2016)29
Testing the Limits28
The New Far-Right in Brazil and the Construction of a Right-Wing Order27
From Indio to Mestizo... to Indio24
From Neoliberalism to Social Liberalism Situating the National Solidarity Program Within Mexico's Passive Revolutions24
From Interdependence to Neo-mercantilism23
Socio-environmental Conflict, Political Settlements, and Mining Governance: A Cross-Border Comparison, El Salvador and Honduras21
Black Women’s Struggles against Extractivism, Land Dispossession, and Marginalization in Colombia21
Indigenous Peoples and the New Extraction: From Territorial Rights to Hydrocarbon Citizenship in the Bolivian Chaco20
Varieties of Neoliberalism in Brazil (2003–2019)20
Rural Brazil during the Lula Administrations: Agreements with Agribusiness and Disputes in Agrarian Policies20
The Gendered Dimensions of Resource Extractivism in Argentina’s Soy Boom20
The October 2019 Indigenous and Citizens’ Uprising in Ecuador19
Financialization, Institutional Reform, and Structural Change in the Bolivian Boom (2006–2014)18
The Media in Venezuela and Bolivia17
A review of: David Barkin, Desarrollo regional y reorganización campesina: la Chontalpa como reflejo del problema agropecuario mexicano, Mexico City: Editorial Nueva Imagen, 1978. Pp. 165. 96 pesos.Ro16
Free Markets and Fair Trade, Collective Livelihood Struggles, and the Cooperative Model16
Profitability and Distribution: The Origin of the Brazilian Economic and Political Crisis16
From the National-Bourgeoisie to the Dependency Interpretation of Latin America15
Extraction, Revolution, Plurinationalism: Rethinking Extractivism from Bolivia15
Neodevelopmentalism and Dependency in Twenty-first-Century Argentina: Insights from the Work of Ruy Mauro Marini14
From Shame to Confidence14
From the Drum to the Synthesizer14
Reflections on the Venezuelan Transition from a Capitalist Representative to a Socialist Participatory Democracy13
From Sugar to Blackberries13
China in Latin America: South-South Cooperation with Chinese Characteristics13
Bodies, Faith, and Inner Landscapes13
From Integrationist Indigenismo to Neoliberal De-Ethnification in Chiapas12
Changing Strategies of the Brazilian Labor Movement12
From Equality to Opportunity12
The Failure of Dilma Rousseff’s Developmentalist Experiment: A Class Analysis11
From Populism to the Coca Economy in Bolivia11
Unpacking U.S. Democracy Promotion in Bolivia10
From System Collapse to Chavista Hegemony10
Social Inequality and Mental Health in Chile, Ecuador, and Colombia10
Transitions from Authoritarian Rule9
From My Prison Cell9
Pink-Tide Governments: Pragmatic and Populist Responses to Challenges from the Right9
Reinventing the Lefts in Latin America9
Left Populism, State Building, Class Compromise, and Social Conflict in Ecuador’s Citizens’ Revolution8
Neoextractivism and Class Formation: Lessons from the Orinoco Mining Arc Project in Venezuela8
Extractivist Geographies: Mining and Development in Late-Nineteenth and Early-Twentieth-Century Peru8
Transnational Migration, Customary Governance, and the Future of Community8
Brazil’s June Days of 2013: Mass Protest, Class, and the Left8
Lessons from an Activist Intellectual7
Brazil-Israel Relations and the Marketing of Urban Security Expertise7
From Stores to Banks7