Working Papers

Below are many of the interdisciplinary working papers produced through the Latin American Studies Center's coordination and sponsorship throughout the years. These papers comprise a large body of research used to advance our knowledge of Latin America's history and culture.




Latin American Studies Center Series - Rockefeller Humanities Resident Fellow (1989-90, 1992)

No.1 Luis H. Antezana. Dos conceptos en la obra de René Zavaleta Mercado.
No.2 Oscar Terán. Rasgos de la cultura intelectual argentina, 1956-1966.
No.3 Rafael Gutiérrez Girardot. La formación del intelectual hispanoamericano en el siglo XIX.
No.4 Ileana Rodríguez. Transición: Género / Etnia / Nación. Lo masculino.
No.5 Regina Harrison. 'True' Confession: Quechua and Spanish Cultural Encounters in the Viceroyalty of Peru.
No 6 Carlos Altamirano. Peronismo y cultura de izquierda (1955-1965).
No.7 Irene Silverblatt. Honor, Sex and Civilizing Missions in The Making of Seventeenth-Century Peru.
No.8 Barbara A. Tenenbaum. Mexico and the Royal Indian C The Porfiriato and the National Past.
No.9 David M. Guss. AIndianness@ and the Construction of Ethnicity in The Day of the Monkey.
No.10 Agustín Ramos. Historia verdadera del duende de las minas ** double volume.
No.11 Peter Hulme. Rescuing Cuba: Adventure and Masculinity in the 1890s.


Lecture Series - Discovering the Americas

No.1 Miguel León Portilla. Mesoamerica 1492, and on the Eve of 1992.
No.2 Luis Villoro. Sahagún or the Limits of the Discovery of the Other.
No.3 Rubén Bareiro-Saguier. Los mitos fundadores guaraníes y su reinterpretación.
No.4 Dennis Tedlock. Writing and Reflection among the Maya Metamorphosis 1992.
No.5 Bernardo Ortiz de Montellano. Syncretism in Mexican and Mexican-American Folk Medicine.
No.6 Sabine G. MacCormack. Children of the Sun and Reason of State: Myths, Ceremonies and Conflicts in Inca Peru.
No.7 Frank Salomon. Nightmare Victory: The Meanings of Conversion among Peruvian Indians (Huarochirí 1608?).
No.8 Franklin Pease. Inka y kuraca. Relaciones de poder y representación histórica.
No.9 Richard Price. Ethnographic History, Caribbean Pasts.
No.10 Josaphat Kubayanda. On Colonial/Imperial Discourse and Contemporary Critical Theory.
No.11 Nancie L. González. Prospero, Caliban and Black Sambo.Colonial Views of the Other in the Caribbean.
No.12 Franklin W. Wright. Christopher Columbus: Myth, Metaphor, and Metamorphosis in the Atlantic World, 1492-1992.
No.13 A. Lynn Bolles. Claiming Their Rightful Position: Women Trade Union Leaders of the Commonwealth Caribbean.
No.14 Peter Hulme. Elegy for a Dying Race: The Caribs and their Visitor.
No.15 Ida Altman. Moving Around and Moving On: Spanish Emigration in the Age of Expansion.
No.16 Ramón A. Gutiérrez. The Political Legacies of Columbus: Ethnic Identities in the United States.


New Latin American Studies Center Series - Working Papers (1996-21st Century)

No.1 Adolfo Gilly. Por una utopía cruel dejamos nuestras casas (1996).
No.2 Raúl Vallejo. Crónica mestiza del nuevo Pachakutik (Ecuador: del levantamiento indígena de 1990 al Ministerio Étnico de 1996) (1996).
No.3 Jessica Chapin. Crossing Stories: Reflections from the U.S.-Mexico Border Bridge (1997).
No.4 Graciela Montaldo. Intelectuales y artistas en la sociedad civil argentina en el fin de siglo (1999).
No.5 Mieko Nishida. Japanese Brazilian Women and their Ambiguous Identities: Gender, Ethnicity and Class in São Paulo (2000).
No.6 Raanan Rein. The Second Line of Peronist Leadership: A Revised Conceptualization of Populism (2001).
No.7 Soledad Bianchi. Errancias, atisbos, preguntas: Cultura y memoria, postdictadura y modernidad en Chile (2001).
No.8 Hugo Vezzetti. Historia y memorias del terrorismo de estado en la Argentina (2001).
No.9 Alejandra Bronfman. "Unsettlede and Nomadic": Law, Anthropology and Race in Early Twentieth-Century Cuba (2002).
No.10 Roxana Patiño. Narrativas políticas e identidades intelectuales en Argentina (1990-2000) (2003).
No.11 Seth Meisel. Petitions, Petitioners and the Construction of Citizenship in Early Republican Argentina (2004).
No.12 Teixeira Coelho. Tudo fora de lugar, tudo bem (Uma cultura para o século) (2005).
No.13 Jorge Fornet. Nuevos paradigmas en la narrativa latinoamericana (2005)
No.14 Paula Alonso. Contested discourses in the Foundation of ‘Modern Argentina’. The Political Debates of the 1880s in the Party Press (2006)
No.18 Inés Pousadela. La imposible (auto)reforma de la política. Lecciones de la experiencia argentina, 1997-2007 (2007)
No.20 Flavia Fiorucci. La administración cultural del Peronismo, políticas intelectuales y estado.(2007)
No.21 Nick Copeland. Cruel Populism: Counterinsurgency Strategy and the Limits of Democracy in the Guatemalan Highlands (2007)
No.22 Axel Gasquet. El orientalismo argentino(1900-1940) De la revista Nosotros al Grupo Sur (2008)
No.23 Carlos Mascareño. Descentralización y democracia en América Latina: ¿Una relación directa? Elementos conceptuales para su estudio.(2008)


Issues in Culture, Democracy and Development

No.1 Bernardo Kliksberg. Un tema estratégico: el rol del capital social y de la cultura en el proceso de desarrollo.
No.2 Sergio Ramírez. Vigores dispersos (Centroamérica: los retos pendientes de la construcción democrática).



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