Bolivia: Revolutions and Beyond (Fall 2011)


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Table of Contents

Five Years of Evo by Pablo Stefanoni

Through a Glass Darkly by Merilee Grindle and Mary Hilderbrand

The Bolivian Economy by Gonzalo Chávez A.

Evo Morales by Raúl Peñaranda U.

Human Rights as a Vocation by Tom Pegram

El Alto in Flux by Xavier Albó

Coca by Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui

Bolivian Women by Gratzia Villarroel

Medical Practices in Bolivia by Kate McGurn Centellas

Regional Identities by Paula Peña Hasbún

Post-Neoliberal Policies and the Populist Tradition by Juan Antonio Morales

Falling in the Rentier Trap by Roberto Laserna

Development with a Woman’s Touch by Gonzalo Alaiza

Microfinance by Elisabeth Rhyne

Communal Economy by Félix Patzi Paco

The Water Is Ours Damn It! by Nicole Fabricant and Kathryn Hicks

The Economy of the Extractive Industries by Fernanda Wanderley

Bolivia’s Lithium Potential by David Daepp

Bolivian Resource Politics by Bret Gustafson

Reciprocal Agreements for Water by Nigel Asquith

We Want Public Education! by Luz Jiménez Quispe

Warisata by Brooke Larson

Bolivia’s Indigenous Universities by Marcia Mandepora

The New Bolivian Education Law by Helen Strom

Justice to President, Justice to Change by Eduardo Rodríguez Veltze

After the Gasolinazo by Fernando Mayorga

Evo Morales Through the Prism of Wikileaks by Martín Sivak

Beyond Caudillos by Miguel Centellas

Art and Politics by Maristella Svampa

The Flowering of Culture in Santa Cruz by Alcides Parejas Moreno

International Theater Festival by Maritza Wilde

Crash Course on Bolivian Cinema by Mauricio Souza Crespo

Historic Archives of Santa Cruz de la Sierra by Paula Peña Hasbún

Revolution in Venezuela? A Review by Peter DeShazo

The Panama Canal A Review by Fernando Berguido

Exploring the Jungle Cradle A Review by Deborah T. Levenson

Copan’s Stone Puzzles Come Indoors A Review by Eulogio Guzmán