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2017 JLAG, 16:1

Journal of Latin American Geography

Special Issue: Critical Geographies in Latin America
Guest Editors: Anne-Marie Hanson and John C. Finn

Critical Geographies in Latin America
John C. Finn and Anne-Marie Hanson
The Incorrigible Subject: Mobilizing a Critical Geography of (Latin) America through the Autonomy of Migration
Nicholas De Genova
Space, Power, and Locality: the Contemporary Use of Territorio in Latin American Geography
López María F. Sandoval, Andrea Robertsdotter, and Myriam Paredes
Geografías de sacrificio y geografías de esperanza: tensiones territoriales en el Ecuador plurinacional
Manuela M. M. Silveira, Melissa Moreano, Nadia Romero, Diana Murillo, Gabriela Ruales, and Nataly Torres
Beyond Removal: Critically Engaging in Research on Geographies of Homelessness in the City of Rio de Janeiro
Katharina Schmidt and Igor M. Medeiros Robaina
Turismo, abandono y desplazamiento: Mapeando el barrio de La Boca en Buenos Aires
Jorge Sequera, Tomás Rodríguez
“I risk everything because I have already lost everything”: Central American Female Migrants Speak Out on the Migrant Trail in Oaxaca, Mexico
Leigh Anne Schmidt and Stephanie Buechler

JLAG Perspectives Forum

Celebrating Critical Geographies of Latin America: Inspired by an NFL Quarterback
Sharlene Mollett
Geografiando para la resistencia
Colectivo de Geografía Crítica del Ecuador
Perplexing Entanglements with a Post-Neoliberal State
Japhy Wilson
The Challenge of Feminist Political Geography to State-Centrism in Latin American Geography
Zoe Pearson and Nicholas J. Crane
Attending to Researcher Positionality in Geographic Fieldwork on Health in Latin America: Lessons from La Costa Ecuatoriana
Ben W. Brisbois and Patricia Polo Almeida

Book Reviews

Amazonia in the Anthropocene: People, Soils, Plants, Forests by Nicholas C. Kawa (review)
Antoinette WinklerPrins
Ocekadi: hidrelétricas, conflitos socioambientais e resistência na Bacia do Tapajós ed. by Daniela Fernandes Alarcon, Brent Millikan, and Mauricio Torres (review)
Robert T. Walker
Beyond the City: Resource Extraction Urbanism in South America by Felipe Correa (review)
David J. Keeling
Radical Cities: Across Latin America in Search of a New Architecture by Justin McGuirk (review)
Cordelia Freeman
Dilemmas of Difference: Indigenous Women and the Limits of Postcolonial Development Policy by Sarah A. Radcliffe (review)
Emily Billo