These essays by noted scholars place Latin America's Jews squarely within the context of both Latin American and ethnic studies, a significant departure from traditional approaches that have treated Latin American Jewry as a subset of Jewish Studies.
Mexico, Cuba, and the United States during the Castro Era
By Christopher White
$29.95 Paperback 978-0-8263-4238-6 October 2007
White examines the complex political relationships among the three countries during the sixties and how Mexico and Cuba utilized the Cold War to define themselves as influential leaders in the developing world.