ReVista: Harvard Review of Latin America, published three times yearly, focuses on different themes related to Latin America. The magazine brings together different voices on each theme, highlighting the work of Harvard faculty, students, alumni and Visiting Scholars.

Like our parent institution, Harvard’s David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, we hope to foster cooperation and understanding among the people of the Americas. ReVista, in its pages, seeks to contribute to democracy, social progress and sustainable development and to stimulate dialogue on these issues.

June Carolyn Erlick is the Editor-in-chief of ReVista, the Harvard Review of Latin America and publications director overseeing the Center's book series and working papers. She is also the author ofDesaparecida (Sophos, Guatemala, 2012), Disappeared: A Journalist Silenced, the Irma Flaquer Story (Seal Press, 2004), A Gringa in Bogotá: Living Colombia's Invisible War (University of Texas Press, 2010) and Una Gringa en Bogotá (Santillana, 2007). She teaches journalism at Harvard Extension School and coordinates the journalism internship program there. She is a member of the board of the Maria Moor Cabot Prizes at Columbia University. Erlick received the James E. Conway Excellence in Teaching Writing Award in 2007. She has lived and worked in Latin America and Germany as a foreign correspondent. She holds a Master's degree in journalism from Columbia University, New York. Erlick received her B.A. in Philosophy from Barnard College in New York. She received two Fulbright Fellowships, the first to Guatemala in 2000 and to Colombia in 2005-2006.

ReVista is made possible by generous support from Santander Bank.