Latin American Research Review (LARR)

Elections in Venezuela

Conspiracy theories are present in politics everywhere, but they do not bode well for politics anywhere. Beliefs that...

Chavismo’s Regional Legitimation Strategy

How can we understand the regional “appeal” that the Chavista project had for years, and its more recent deceleration? In this...

On a warm evening in February 2013, residents in Arquitecto Tucci convened to discuss their concerns about their...
What role do civil society and social movements play in controlling violence in Latin America and the Caribbean?  Over the...

LARR Blog

Thursday, April 18, 2019 - 15:15 0
Los saraguros son un grupo étnico que vive en comunidades de las provincias de Loja y Zamora Chinchipe, en los Andes ecuatorianos. Dedicados tradicionalmente a la agricultura y la ganadería...
Friday, March 15, 2019 - 00:30 0
In the first Civil Codes of Latin America, married women did not have full capacity. For example, they had to have marital authorization to process a passport and the husbands were the legal...
Thursday, January 10, 2019 - 22:15 0

Researching and writing about Argentina’s international financial relations during the early years of the last military dictatorship was a unique professional opportunity and a daunting task.  In...

Saturday, January 5, 2019 - 15:15 0

The very first time I visited the Mosetén Ancestral Lands, in 2006, I was working for an NGO and traveling in the company of a Bolivian colleague. We visited several communities in of the...

Saturday, January 5, 2019 - 13:45 0
LARR’s invitation to provide a short essay connecting my study with contemporary events is an opportunity to signal clues in the narratives of the nurses regarding the human rights catastrophe...