Signs of life

Signs of life

The Left in the City: Participatory Local Governments in Latin America explores how progressives have been regrouping at a local level

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LatAmRoB, Volume 1, Number 5

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A nervous disposition

A nervous disposition

La historia de Horacio is a delightful foray into the eccentric world of an acutely sensitive antique dealer in the Colombia of the 1960s

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Portrait of an era

Portrait of an era

Rosa de Miami by Eduardo Belgrano Rawson is an epic novel about the 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion whose many voices combine in symphonic triumph

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The existential cop

The existential cop

December Heat by Luiz Alfredo Garcia-Roza follows a bookish policeman’s trip into the urban underbelly of Rio de Janeiro

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No wave José

No wave José

After the Buena Onda, was there anything left? Yes – lots of talent, as Jason Wood explains in The Faber Book of Mexican Cinema

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Blood, sweat… and tears

Blood, sweat… and tears

Guillermo del Toro’s classic Mexican horror debut, Cronos, will bite you where it hurts

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From nationalism to neoliberalism

From nationalism to neoliberalism

Stalled growth put Mexico’s neoliberal conversion back on the political agenda in the run up to the latest presidential elections

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Warrior and servant

Warrior and servant

Aztec Warrior AD 1325-1521 provides rich insights into the life of a boy who becomes a warrior in the great imperial army of Moctezuma

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LatAmRoB, Volume 1, Number 4

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