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A Contracorriente: Vol. 6, No. 2. Winter 2009 | Invierno, 2009
National and Transnational Histories
Revisiting nationalism on the Peru-Chile border
Iñigo García-Bryce (New Mexico State University)
Rethinking the Americas in a Globalized World: Connections and Divisions
Elliott Young (Lewis and Clark College)
The Mexican-American War Through Another (Old) Lens
Feather Crawford Freed (University of Oregon)
Human Rights, Memory, and Representation

Photography and the Battle for Guatemala’s Memory
Victoria Sanford(CUNY—Lehman College )

Dar la vida y la muerte: los años 70 y una antropología de la militancia política
Julieta Quirós (PPGAS/Museu Nacional/Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro)
El informe Nunca Más y la CONADEP. Estado, Memoria y Activismo en Derechos Humanos
Virginia Vecchioli (Universidad Nacional de San Martín / Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento)
Environmental and Public Health
Nature’s Place in (Writing) Latin American History
Ida Day and Luis Correa-Díaz (University of Georgia)
No Magic Bullets for Malaria in Mexico
Alexandra Puerto (Occidental College)

Political and Intellectual History

Tras los pasos del republicanismo sudamericano
Fernando Purcell (Pontificia Universidad Católica—Chile)
Empire, Sovereignty, and the Law in Latin American Independence
Karen Racine (University of Guelph)
An Oxford Don Looks at the History of Communism (but fails to see Latin America)
Louis Segal (Independent Scholar)
A Case for Gilberto Freyre as Brazil’s Uomo Universale
Malcolm K. McNee (Smith College)
Gilberto Freyre and Latin American Studies
Richard A. Gordon (Ohio State University)
A Contracorriente is sponsored in part by the Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures at North Carolina State University