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2020 JLAG, 19:4

Journal of Latin American Geography
Editorial: Mobility, Connectivity, and the Implications of Covid-19 for Latin American Geography
Volume 19 Reviewers
 
Articles
 
Legitimating the State and the Social Movement: Clientelism, Brokerage, and Collective Land Rights in Honduras
Fernando Galeana
Deterioro ambiental y ocupación urbana irregular en la Zona Lacustre de Xochimilco, Ciudad de México
Isabela Rojas Villamar, Adrian Guillermo Aguilar
Lithium as a Strategic Resource: Geopolitics, Industrialization, and Mining in Argentina
Felix M. Dorn, Fernando Ruiz Peyré
La red de los caminos en Yucatán, siglo XVI: una propuesta de análisis a partir de las funetes coloniales
Gaia Carosi
Buscando el Cuidado: Spatial Mismatch of Physician Services in Spanish for Latinxs in Suburban Chicago
Aída Guhlincozzi
Historic Evolution and Neoliberal Urbanism in Asunción
E. Eric Boschmann
Procesos de cambio en la cubierta vegetal de la Reserva Forestal Nacional Porción Boscosa del estado de San Luis Potosi
Humberto Reyes-Hernández, Erika Galarza-Rincón, Carlos Alfonso Muñoz-Robles, Alejandro Duran-Fernández, francisco Javier Sahagún-Sánchez
Tracking the History of Protected Areas in Chile: Territorialization Strategies and Shifting State Rationalities
Magdalena García, Monica E. Mulrennan
Influence of Context-Specific Cognitions and Values on Pro-Environmental Land Management in the Rio Savegre Watershed, Costa Rica
Edgar Espinoza-Cisneros
 
JLAG Perspectives
Lessons in Resilience from the Maya-Achí
Nathan Einbinder
 
JLAG Retrospective
 
Building a Just City: A Retrospective of Social Segregation in Metropolitan Lima
Paul A. Peters, Maria Tovar Hidalgo, Emily Skop