Latin American Research Review (LARR)

In the first Civil Codes of Latin America, married women did not have full capacity. For example, they had to have marital...

Researching and writing about Argentina’s international financial relations during the early years of the last military...

The very first time I visited the Mosetén Ancestral Lands, in 2006, I was working for an NGO and traveling in the company of a...

Activists across Latin America now have a multitude of venues where they can press their demands on government officials and...

LARR Blog

Saturday, January 5, 2019 - 13:45 0
LARR’s invitation to provide a short essay connecting my study with contemporary events is an opportunity to signal clues in the narratives of the nurses regarding the human rights catastrophe...
Saturday, December 22, 2018 - 21:45 0
The money that emigrants send back to their home countries constitutes one of the most important sources of foreign revenue for Latin America. Remittances help families to smooth risks and...
Monday, November 19, 2018 - 08:30 0
En América Latina hay un nuevo ímpetu para el desarrollo de megaproyectos hídricos, cuya construcción está en auge, pero que también genera controversias por cuanto aportan beneficios a...
Thursday, November 8, 2018 - 22:15 0

My original intention when I first had the opportunity to review Ambassador John Bartlow Martin’s papers in the Library of Congress Manuscript Division, was to learn more about Martin’s brief time...

Tuesday, October 16, 2018 - 10:45 0
On June 17th, 1912 health authorities in San Juan, Puerto Rico announced two suspicious deaths. That of Pedro Colón, 18 years old, who lived in a tenement in the section of the city known as...