Latin American Studies ETDs

Latin American Studies ETDs

 
The LAS program is administered by the Latin American and Iberian Institute (LAII) in partnership with the College of Arts and Sciences, which confers LAS degrees. The LAS program draws on UNM's cross-campus excellence in research, scholarship and teaching on Latin America, and is dedicated to advancing knowledge in, and service to, the field.

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Dissertations

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Natural Resource Revolutions: Mexico and Cuba Within the Sphere of U.S. Hegemony, Joseph J. García

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Marginality, Mayhem and Middle Class Anxieties: Imaginaries of Masculinity and Urban Violence in Contemporary Mexican and Brazilian Film, Jeremy Lehnen

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Governing through Malaria: Biopolitics, Health Discourses, and Mining/Border Communities in Post-Colonial Suriname, Javier Eli Astorga

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Reformism and Autonomism in Cuba: 1835-1898, Frank L. Baird Jr

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Guadiana: An Initital Reconnaisance of the Service-Area Community of a Mexican Ejido, Robert Curry Barnard

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Process of definition and development of the Haitian-Dominican borderland, Carolina Bonilla Elvira

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Hispanic American Vanguard Poetry (1916-1925), C.A.W. Capsas

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The Trends in Legal Arrangements Regarding Importation of Mexican Agricultural Workers to the United States, Eugene Caselle

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The Theory of Recognition in American International Law, Paige W. Christiansen

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The Hospitals of New Spain in the Sixteenth Century, Jean Maxine Cohen

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Cooperatives as a Possible Answer for Women Living with Violence and Poverty on the US/Mexico Border, Nubia Restrepo Collaros

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A Bibliography of the German Element in Latin America, Theo R. Crevenna

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The South American Career of General William Miller, Robert F. Delaney

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Envisioning the Farms of the Future: In Pursuit of Sustainable Agriculture in the Rio Grande valley, Matthew Draper

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From Garbage to Gardens: Urban Agriculture in Mexico City, Edwina duBois

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Campesino Participation in Rural Paraguay: Practical and Theoretical Challenges, Joseph J. Garcia

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From Bomb Zone to Boom Town: Real Estate Trends and Community Based Practice in Vieques, Puerto Rico, Ivis Garcia Zambrana

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The Agrarian Reform Under Cardenas, Paul Giron

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Beyond the paint and ink: ASAR Oaxaca resistance and getting up Arte Pal Pueblo, Mike L. Graham De La Rosa

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Non-Intervention as a Doctrine of American International Public Law, Richard Edward Greenleaf

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We Put Down Our Guns and Picked Up Microphones: Community Radio as a Conduit for Community Development in Guatemala, Elizabeth Halpin

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Ideological Aspects of the Mexican Revolution (1910), Jacquelyn Hillman

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The City as a Growth Machine: Reynosa, MX, Victoria Hirschberg

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Gold, Water, and Governance: the Stakes in the Santurbán Páramo Debate, Amanda Hooker

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The right to work in Argentina : job policy and economic rights in a worker cooperative, Patricia Kent

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Jose Figueres (1906-): A Study in Latin American Politics, Kathleen K. Kulp

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"God Must Have Been a Feminist to Make Me": Writings from the Girls of El Hogar la Buena Esperanza, Anna Lapera

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A Tropical Flour: Manioc in the Afro-Brazilian World, 1500-1800, Joseph Leestma

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"We Know Where We Stand": Contesting and Constructing Knowledge in Nicaragua's Chronic Kidney Disease Epidemic, Sarah Leister

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Alternative Income Generating Opportunities: A Case Study in Mezquital, Mexico, Kristen Mattila

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CREATING SPACES OF THIRD GENDER IN EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY NEW SPAIN: REPRESENTATIONS OF GENDER IN PORTRAIT PRINTS OF MEXICAN COLONIAL NUNS, Molly Nelson

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Changing relationship with the land and one another in Pindoyú, Paraguay, Kathryn E. Peters

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The Right to City in Argentina: Building Capacity through Hecho en Buenos Aires, a Street Newspaper, Keira Philipp-Schnurer

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Valor Wrought Asunder: The Mexican General Officer Corps in the U.S.-Mexican War, 1846-1847., Javier Ernesto Sanchez

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Spatial Transitions and the Political Economy in Latin America's Memorial Museums: The ex-ESMA and the Memorial Da Resistência, Julia Youngs