August 15, 2018
by Sean Mannion
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Interview with Joshua Frens-String, author of “Communists, Commissars, and Consumers: The Politics of Food on the Chilean Road to Socialism”

Joshua Frens-String is an assistant professor in the Department of History at the University of Texas at Austin. He is currently writing a history of food, consumption, and revolution in twentieth-century Chile. You can read his new article “Communists, Commissars, more »

August 8, 2018
by Sean Mannion
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Interview with Heidi Tinsman, author of “Rebel Coolies, Citizen Warriors, and Sworn Brothers: The Chinese Loyalty Oath and Alliance with Chile in the War of the Pacific”

Heidi Tinsman is professor of history and gender and sexuality studies at the University of California, Irvine. She is the author of Buying into the Regime: Grapes and Consumption in Cold War Chile and the United States and Partners in Conflict: more »

July 12, 2018
by Sean Mannion
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Interview with Sarah Hines, author of “The Power and Ethics of Vernacular Modernism: The Misicuni Dam Project in Cochabamba, Bolivia, 1944–2017”

Sarah Hines is an assistant professor of history at the University of Oklahoma. You can read her new article, “The Power and Ethics of Vernacular Modernism: The Misicuni Dam Project in Cochabamba, Bolivia, 1944–2017,” in HAHR 98.2.

May 20, 2018
by cbv5048
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Thematic Collection: The Environment and Modernity in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Latin America

Thematic Collections are assortments of 3-5 past and recently released articles in HAHR about key issues, events, individuals, or historiographical trends. These collections can be used as gateways into a specific historical subject, demonstrations of methodology, or sources for classroom more »

April 26, 2018
by cbv5048
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Interview with Jaymie Patricia Heilman, author of “Peruvian Cocaine Triangles: Arrests and Assertions of Innocence in Ayacucho’s Drug Trade, 1976-1981”

  Jaymie Patricia Heilman is an Associate Professor of History at the University of Alberta. Her work focuses on indigenous political activism and radical politics in twentieth-century Peru. You can read her new article, “Peruvian Cocaine Triangles: Arrests and Assertions more »

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