Latin American Research Review
Mar 11, 2019 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...
Jan 18, 2019 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. ...
Jan 16, 2019 0
Missions, Unions, and Indigenous Organization in the Bolivian Amazon: Placing the Formation of an Indigenous Organization in Its Context
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 subtropical...
Jan 09, 2019 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...
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