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Experiences from Rural Latin America
Ten Years of Recovery from the Willow Fire
Visualizing Place Through a Popular Lens, 1900s–1950s
Between 1900 and the late 1950s, Mexican border towns came of age both as centers of commerce and as tourist destinations. Postcards from the Sonora Border reveals how images—in this case the iconic postcard—shape the way we experience and think about place. Making use of his personal collection of historic images, Daniel D. Arreola captures the evolution of Sonoran border towns, creating a sense of visual “time travel” for the reader. Supported by maps and visual imagery, the author shares the geographical and historical story of five unique border towns—Agua Prieta, Naco, Nogales, Sonoyta, and San Luis Río Colorado.
Poems from a Marshallese Daughter
Agrarian Conflict, Market Logic, and Conservation in a Mexican Forest
A Social and Cultural History
Regulating Indian Domestic Service in Tucson, 1914–1934
Pesticides, Vegetables, and Agrarian Capitalism in Costa Rica
Green Neoliberalism, Gender, and Garifuna Resistance in Honduras
Racial Tensions and Workplace Inequalities at a Community Clinic in El Nuevo South
The Licit and the Illicit in Archaeological and Heritage Discourses
Indigenous Women, Law, and Political Struggle in Latin America
Constructing and Contesting Social Control in Modern Latin America
The Nature Industry and Maya Post-Conservation
Coca Growing and the Emergence of a New Middle Class in Bolivia
The National Museum, Politics, and Nation Building in Brazil
Flora of the Sonoran Islands in the Gulf of California
Plant Life of a Desert Archipelago is the first in-depth coverage of the plants on islands in the Gulf of California found in between the coasts of Baja California and Sonora. This collective effort weaves together careful and accurate botanical science with the rich cultural and stunning physical setting of this island realm.
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