The Student Journal of Latin American Studies was established at The University of Texas at Austin in order to increase student involvement in Latin American Research and to further connect the research of graduates and undergraduates across the nation. The Journal encourages students to take more initiative in engaging in Latin American Studies, sharing of information across universities, and providing the opportunity to have their research published. Student Journal for Latin American Studies invites all to contribute to the Journal through filling leadership positions and submitting research. No longer published.
(University of Texas at Austin, 2012) University of Texas at Austin
Table of Contents: A Note From the Managing Editor (p. 5) -- Military, Power and Polyarchy in Honduras: Towards Understanding the 2009 Constitutional Crisis / by David Fisher (p. 6-14) -- Mexicanos al Grito de Guerro: What is causing the drug war in Mexico? / by Ashley Nelcy Garcia (p. 15-28) -- The Third Face of the Coin: Navigating Mis/Non/Re/Presentation of Women Artists in 1970s Mexico / by Erin L. McCutcheon (p. 29-64)
(University of Texas at Austin, 2011) University of Texas at Austin
Table of Contents: A Note from the Editor-in-Chief (p. 5) -- Race, Immigration and Income: The Brazilian Case Economic Outcomes for Afro-Brazilians in the United States / by Mateo Clarke (p. 6-16) -- The Born Criminal in the Coffee Metropolis: The Ideas of Lombroso in São Paulo and Latin America in the Late Nineteenth Century / by Marcelo Thadeu Quintanilha Martins (p. 17-26) -- Politics and Poetics: Exploring Socialism and Cubanidad in the Works of Antonio Quintana / by Margaret Starkweather Hoffman (p. 27-36) -- Fair Trade in Peru: An Analysis of the Current Situation / by Alicia del Carmen Mariñas Tapia (p. 37-54).
(University of Texas at Austin, 2009) University of Texas at Austin
Table of Contents: A Note from the Editor (p. 6-8) -- "Pido Justicia": Women and Land in Highland Guatemala / by Lucas Desmond (p. 10-25) -- Rural Entrepreneurial Education: An Innovative Piece of Practical Development in Latin America / by Christopher Severen (p. 26-51) -- "Welcome to Domestic Service": The Effect of Feminized Migration on Gender Relations in Ecuador / by Emma O'Driscoll (p. 52-75) -- On the Mechanisms of Power in the Southern Forests of the Kingdom of Chile in the "Transition Stage" (1598-1683) / by Francis S. Goicovich (p. 76-99)