Winter 2005 Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies


Building a Creative Utopia in Brazil By Harley Shaiken

The Challenge for Democracy in Argentina By Sebastián Etchemendy

New Directions for the Brazilian Economy By Cristovam Buarque

Can Mexico's Social Programs Help Reduce Poverty? By  Alain de Janvry and Elisabeth Sadoulet

Immigration Reform: Is AgJobs the Answer? By Philip Martin

Remittance-Based Development By Elizabeth Havice

Veracruz: Photographs By Tino Soriano 

The Legacy of the Pinochet Case By Carlos Castresana Fernández

A Journey Toward Simplicity By Beatriz Manz and Horacio Salinas 

Peace, Equality, and Justice in Guatemala By Simeon Tegel

Genocide and Memory: Reflections on Santa María Tzejá By Liza Grandia

Fujimori’s Quiet Coup By Veronica Herrera

ChevronTexaco on Trial in Ecuador By Simeon Tegel

Center for Latin American Studies, UC Berkeley
Publication date: 
March 1, 2005
Publication type: 
Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies Article