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2017 JLAG, 16:3

Journal of Latin American Geography
Medicinal Snow as a Public Good: Indigenous Communities, Merchants, and Justice in Colonial Veracruz, Mexico
Matthew C. LaFevor and Elisabeth K. Butzer
Potable or Affordable?: A Comparative Study of Household Water Security Within a Transboundary Aquifer Along the U.S.-Mexico Border
Emilie Louise Schur
¡La violencia cambia! Securitización y configuración territorial del crimen organizado en México, 2007–2011
María del Pilar Fuerte Celis and Enrique Pérez Lujan
Planning for Urban Life: Equality, Order, and Exclusion in Bogotá’s Lively Public Spaces
Juan P. Galvis
La religión de la infraestructura en las fronteras amazónicas: el caso del Purús
C. Melissa Velasco Alarcón, David S. Salisbury, and Aaron A. Groth
Between Grassroots Expectations, Political Visions, and the Contemporary Local State: The Everyday Challenges of Indigenous/Peasant Organizations in the Bolivian Andes
Monika Hess, Sabino Ruiz Flores, and Urs Geiser
JLAG Perspectives: Videography for Participatory Cartography in a Site of Wind Power Conflict in Coastal Ceará State, Brazil
Adryane Gorayeb, Christian Brannstrom, Jociclea de Sousa Mendes, Antonio Jeovah de Andrade Meireles, Leilane Oliveira Chaves, and Edson Vicente da Silva

Book Reviews

A Camera in the Garden of Eden: The Self-Forging of a Banana Republic by Kevin Coleman
Craig S. Revels
An Aqueous Territory: Sailor Geographies and New Granada’s Transimperial Greater Caribbean World by Ernesto Bassi
Karl Offen
Corazón de Dixie: Mexicanos in the U.S. South since 1910 by Julie M. Weise
James P. Chaney
Shaping Terrain: City Building in Latin America ed. by René Davids
Jill Stackhouse
Neil Smith: Gentrificación urbana y desarrollo desigual [Neil Smith: Urban gentrification and uneven development] ed. by Luz Marina García Herrera and Fernando Sabaté Bel
Blanca Rebeca Ramírez Velázquez
The Punitive City: Privatized Policing and Protection in Neoliberal Mexico by Markus-Michael Müller
Nicholas Jon Crane