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University of North Carolina Press

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Please be sure to visit our LASA virtual exhibit on our website to browse our new titles, to learn more about our Envisioning Cuba and Latin America in Translation Series, and to connect with editor Elaine Maisner.


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Cuban Memory Wars
Retrospective Politics in Revolution and Exile
Authors: Michael J. Bustamante
Language: English
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Moral Majorities across the Americas
Brazil, the United States, and the Creation of the Religious Right
Authors: Benjamin A. Cowan
Language: English
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The Black Man in Brazilian Soccer
Authors: Mario Filho, Translated by Jack A. Draper III
Language: English
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The Shadow of El Centro
A History of Migrant Incarceration and Solidarity
Authors: Jessica Ordaz
Language: English
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Oil Palm
A Global History
Authors: Jonathan E. Robins
Language: English
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Dancing with the Revolution
Power, Politics, and Privilege in Cuba
Authors: Elizabeth B. Schwall
Language: English
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Reconstructing the Landscapes of Slavery
A Visual History of the Plantation in the Nineteenth-Century Atlantic World
Authors: Dale W. Tomich, Rafael de Bivar Marquese, Reinaldo Funes Monzote, and Carlos Venegas Fornias
Language: English
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Capitalism and Slavery, Third Edition
Authors: Eric Williams
Language: English
Edition: Third Edition
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The Haitians
A Decolonial History
Authors: Jean Casimir, Translated by Laurent Dubois
Language: English
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The Last Turtlemen of the Caribbean
Waterscapes of Labor, Conservation, and Boundary Making
Authors: Sharika D. Crawford
Language: English
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