Editor’s Letter: Education in Latin America

by | Apr 7, 1999

This editor’s letter is not an editor’s letter. And even though what you are reading is online under the name ReVista, the Harvard Review of Latin America, it’s really DRCLASNEWS, the predecessor to ReVista.

My editor’s letters started formally in September 2001 when DRCLASNEWS officially changed its name. The publication started in 1997 as a 16-page themed newsletter and grew into a three-times a year magazine on Latin America long before the official name change.

For citation purposes, please use DRCLASNEWS.

 For enjoyment purposes, it’s all the same. 

So enjoy…..

Spring 1999

June Carolyn Erlick, editor-in-chief

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