Series Editor: Maxine Molyneux
Titles in the Studies of the Americas Series are multi-disciplinary studies of aspects of the societies of the hemisphere, particularly in the areas of politics, economics, history, anthropology, sociology and the environment. The series aims to cover a comparative perspective across the Americas, including Canada and the Caribbean as well as Latin America and the United States. It includes edited collections, which allows an exploration of a topic from several different disciplinary angles by eminent scholars; book-length studies providing a deeper focus on a single topic; and readers on specific themes.
Maxine Molyneux is Director of the Institute of the Americas, University College London, UK.
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