How disability provides a new perspective on our understanding of the nation and the citizen
The classic introduction to the Caribbean's popular music brought up to date
Chilean New Song
An examination of the Chilean New Song movement as an organic part of the struggles for progressive social change, deeper democracy, and social justice in Chile in the 1960s and early 1970s
The Coolie Speaks
A remarkable examination of bondage in Cuba that probes questions of slavery, freedom, and race
Examining the vulnerabilities, discrimination, and exploitation—as well as the sense of belonging and community—that day laborers experience on an NYC street corner
Democratizing Urban Development
Examining how community organizations fight to prevent displacement and secure affordable housing across cities in the U.S. and Brazil
From the author of Sugarball, a look at the important and contested relationship between Major League Baseball and Dominican player development
Fernando Ortiz on Music
Selections from the influential Fernando Ortiz's publications on Afro-diasporic music and dance—now available in English
The first book to examine the rise of Latino mayors in the United States
Putting the environmental humanities into dialogue with Latinx literary and cultural studies
Read a blog entry by the editors
How does the church function in Latin America on an everyday, practical, and political level?
Now Available as an ebook!
A fascinating examination of the social history of merengue dance music and its importance as a social and cultural symbol
Migration and Mortality
Documents and denounces the violent impacts of restrictive migration policies in the Americas, linking this institutional violence to broader forces of racial capitalism
The first history of the music that binds together Mexican immigrant communities
Selecting Women, Electing Women
Offers an analytic framework to show how the process of candidate selection often limits the participation of women in various Latin American countries.