Winter 2004 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies


United Nations on the Brink? by Claudine LoMonaco

In Search of Justice by Congresswoman Hilda L. Solis

Modernizing the International Boundary and Water Commission by Mary E. Kelly and Alberto Székely 

Urban Planning: Innovations From Brazil by Jorge Wilheim 

The Wild Side of the Broken City by Paulo Lins

If the Dead Could Vote by Michel Huneault

The “K Era”: President Nestor Kirchner Takes Charge by Gabriela Delamata

Patagonia Taxi by Francine Masiello

The Vicious Cycle of Inequality in Latin America by Nutida Rasrivisuth

Women in Motion: Health and Mexico’s Maquiladora Workers by 

Maquilas in Latin America and China by Marlene Clarke

Fox: Three Years Later by Michelle Johnson

Becoming American in Miami by Jason Cato

Center for Latin American Studies, UC Berkeley
Publication date: 
March 20, 2004
Publication type: 
Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article