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2019 JLAG, 18:3

Journal of Latin American Geography
Modern-Colonial Geographies in Latin America:  The Mirage of the Civilizing City and the Archaic Countryside
Mara Duer, Simone Veglió
Decolonizing the Landfill:  Counter-Maps of Waste in Buenos Aires
Agnese Codebó
Dscolonizar las epistemolgías urbanas:  Saber experto y colectivos por el derecho a la ciudad, ¿quién puede decir "la verdad" sobre los problemas de la cuidad?
Nizaiá Cassián-Yde
El sentipensar extractivo colonial:  Geografías emocionales de la extracciónen Gulumapu, el territorio mapuche en el sur de Chile
Marien González-Hidalgo, Sandra López-Dietz, Stefanie Pacheco-Pailahual
The Difficult Legacy of Mining in Past and Contemporary Potosí and Ouro Preto
Andreza Aruska de Souza Santos, Sue A. S. Iamamoto
Mapping the Trail of Violence:  The Memorialization of Public Space as a Counter-Geography of Violence in Cuidad Juárez
Elva Fabiola Orozco
 
JLAG Perspectives
Del antagonismo territorial a la convivencia territorial, equilibrar lo marco y micro político
Sergio Coniuqueo Huircapan
Descolonizando los territorios inmateriales:  Entrevista con Bernardo Mancano Fernandes
Mara Duer, Simone Veglió
 
JLAG Pespectives Forum:  Activist Scholarship in Latin America
 
Silent Killing:  The Inhumanity of U.S. Immigration Detention
Kate Swanson
A New Kind of Company Town 
Scott Warren 
The Neoliberal Underpinnings of Prevention Through Deterrence and the United States Government's Case Against Geographer Scott Warren
Geoffrey Alan Boyce
Rethinking Situated Knowledge from the Perspective of Argentina's Feminist Strike
Verónica Gago, Liz Mason-Deese
Activismo geográfico crítico y feminista, contra la explotación del Yasuni y la ecala del cuerpo frente a la criminalización del aborto
Manuel Bayón, Sofía Zaragocin
So your're "Latina Latina":  Positionality and Reflexivity in Developing Scholar-Activist Praxis
Thelma I. Vélez 

Book Reviews

Big Water:  The making of the Borderlands Between Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay, by Jacob Blanc and Frederico Freitas, Eds.
Reviewed by Federico Ferretti
Naturaleza y sociedad:  perspectivas socio-ecológicas sobre cambios globales en América Latina, by Julio C. Postigo y Kenneth R. Young, Eds.
Reviewed by Ramzi Tubbeh
Biodiversity Conservation in Latin America and the Caribbean:  Prioritizing Policies, by Allen Blackman, Rebecca Epanchin-Neill, Juha Siikamaki, and Daniel Velez-Lopez
Reviewed by Kenneth R. Young
 
El gobierno colectivo de la tierra en América Latina, by Alejandro Diez, Ed.
Reviewed by Enrique Mayer
Resource Booms and Institutional Pathways:  The Case of the Extractive Industry in Peru, by Eduardo Dargent, José Carlos Orihuela, Maritza Paredes, and María Eugenia Ulfe, Eds.
Reviewed by Anthony Bebbington
Kuxlejal Politics:  Indigenous Autonomy, Race, and Ecolonizing Research in Zapatista Communities, by Mariana Mora
Reviewed by Lindsay Naylor
Words of Passage:  National Longing and the Imagined Lives of Mexican Migrants, by Hilary Parsons Dick
Reviewed by Michelle DuBreuil