Diálogos Series

Kris Lane, Series Editor

Understanding Latin America demands dialogue, deep exploration, and frank discussion of key topics. Founded by Lyman L. Johnson in 1992 and edited since 2013 by Kris Lane, the Diálogos Series focuses on innovative scholarship in Latin American history and related fields. The series, the most successful of its type, includes specialist works accessible to a wide readership and a variety of thematic titles, all ideally suited for classroom adoption by university and college teachers.

Creating Charismatic Bonds in Argentina

Letters to Juan and Eva Perón
By Donna J. Guy

Focusing on the first era of Peronism, from 1946 to 1955, this work shows how President Perón and the First Lady created charismatic ways to link themselves to Argentine supporters through letter writing.

Gendered Crossings

Women and Migration in the Spanish Empire
By Allyson M. Poska

Gendered Crossings brings to life the diverse settings of the Iberian Atlantic and the transformations in the peasants’ gendered experiences as they moved around the Spanish Empire.

From Shipmates to Soldiers

Emerging Black Identities in the Río de la Plata
By Alex Borucki

This book analyzes the lives of Africans and their descendants in Montevideo and Buenos Aires from the late colonial era to the first decades of independence.

Searching for Madre Matiana

Prophecy and Popular Culture in Modern Mexico
By Edward Wright-Rios

Edward Wright-Rios examines the much-maligned—and sometimes celebrated—character of Madre Matiana and her position in the development of Mexico.

Women Drug Traffickers

Mules, Bosses, and Organized Crime
By Elaine Carey

“The first full-length study of female drug traffickers. The lives of these women are fascinating and skillfully analyzed by the author. The book will be pleasurable reading to general readers and specialists alike.”—Howard Campbell, author of Drug War Zone: Frontline Dispatches from the Streets of El Paso and Juárez

Africans into Creoles

Slavery, Ethnicity, and Identity in Colonial Costa Rica
By Russell Lohse

Unlike most books on slavery in the Americas, this social history of Africans and their enslaved descendants in colonial Costa Rica recounts the journey of specific people from West Africa to the New World.

Emotions and Daily Life in Colonial Mexico

Edited by Javier Villa-FloresSonya Lipsett-Rivera

The history of emotions is a new approach to social history, and this book is the first in English to systematically examine emotions in colonial Mexico.

Native Brazil

Beyond the Convert and the Cannibal, 1500-1900
Edited by Hal Langfur

This volume is a significant contribution to understanding the ways Brazil’s native peoples shaped their own histories.

The Course of Andean History

By Peter V. N. Henderson

The only comprehensive history of Andean South America from initial settlement to the present, this useful book focuses on Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia, the four countries where the Andes have played a major role in shaping history.

Masculinity and Sexuality in Modern Mexico

Edited by Víctor M. Macías-GonzálezAnne Rubenstein

In Masculinity and Sexuality in Modern Mexico, historians and anthropologists explain how evolving notions of the meaning and practice of manhood have shaped Mexican history.

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