Latin American Perspectives / Rowman & Littlefield Book Series
This book series consists of two different series:
Below is a description of both.
Latin American Perspectives in the Classroom
Managing Editor: Ronald H. Chilcote, University of California, Riverside
Since its inception, Latin American Perspectives has worked to make its material available for classroom use. That goal is realized in this series of readers by introducing students to the important themes and issues about Latin America that have appeared in the journal. Accessible to nonspecialists, all books in the series comprise selected articles trimmed to their essential core and organized into teachable sections. Each text includes both general and part introductions to contextualize the concepts and topics that follow. Relevant to a broad range of student interests in the social sciences, these readers will be especially valuable in the Latin American studies curriculum. For more information and online purchasing discounts, click on the text graphics to visit Latin American Perspectives‘ in the Classroom Series at the Rowman Littlefield’s website.
Critical Currents in Latin American Perspectives
Managing Editor:В Ronald H. Chilcote, University of California, Riverside
Emphasizing broad studies of Latin America, this series explores the central issues that confront the region today. The series includes both syntheses and cutting-edge research on the institutional, political, economic, and social forces that are shaping Latin America. Theoretically challenging, issue-oriented, cogently argued, often controversial, and always intellectually stimulating, books in the series will appeal to scholars, advanced students, and general readers alike.