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2019 JLAG, 18:2

Journal of Latin American Geography
Open Source Mapping in Latin America:  Collaborative Approaches in the Classroom and Field
Marie Price, Andrii Berdnyk, Sudie Brown
Unraveling the Ethnoterritorial Fix in the Peruvian Amazon:  Indigenous Livelihoods and Resource Management after Communal Land Titling (1980s–2016)
Ramzi M. Tubbeh, Karl S. Zimmerer
Forging a Regional Speleoogy:  Publications, Friendship, and Idenitity in Cuban and Venezuelan Cave Science and Exploration
María Alejandra Pérez
Valoración de la seguridad hídrica con enfoque de cuenca hidrográfica:  Aplicación en cuencas rurales del Centro Occidente de México
Oscar Salvatore Olivares, Ana L. Burgos, Joaquin Sosa Ramírez, Gerardo Bocco
Assembling a Marine Extractive Reserve:  The Case of the Cassurubá RESEX in Brazil
Anna Lavoie, Christian Brannstrom
JLAG Perspectives
Human Georgraphy and Post-Crisis Agricultural Policy:  Insights from the Venezuelan Andes
Martina Angela Caretta
At the crossroads of uncertainty:  Venezuelan migration to Colombia
Juan Thomas Ordónez, Hugo Ramírez Arcos
Racial Antagonism in the 2018 Brazilian Presidential Election
Adam Bledsoe
Latin America on Screen:  Film as a Complement to the Teaching of Regional Geography
W. George Lovell

Book Reviews

Framing a Lost City:  Science, Photography, and the Making of Machu Picchu, by Amy Cox Hall
Reviewed by Scott Brady
Phantom Skies and Shifting Ground:  Landscape, Culture and Rephotography in Eadweard Muybridge's Illustrations of Central America, By Byron Wolfe and Scott Brady
Reviewed by Amy Cox Hall
Substance & Seduction:  Ingested Commodities in Early Modern Mesoamerica, by Stacey Schwartzkopf and Kathryn E. Sampeck, Eds.
Reviewed by Kent Mathewson
Landscapes of Freedom:  Building a Postemancipation Society in the Rainforests of Western Colombia, by Claudia Leal
Reviewed by Ulrich Oslender
Earth Beings:  Ecologies of practice across Andean worlds, by Marisol de la Cadena
Reviewed by Sarah A. Radcliffe
They Should Stay There:  The Story of Mexican Migration and Repatriation during the Great Depression, by Fernando Saúl, Alanís Enciso, translated by Russ Davidson
Reviewed by Yolanda Valencia
Beginning to End Hunger:  Food and the Environment in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, and Beyond, by M. Jahi Chappell
Reviewed by Antoinette WinklerPrins