Monica Michelle Desmond, “Literature of the Mexican Revolution”

John Thomas Paul Perry, “The Chaco War (1932-1935)”


Steven Greg Doherty, “Reciprocity as a Cultural Expression in Boruca, Costa Rica”

Eric Alan Kline, “Literature and Poetry in the Nicaraguan Revolution”

Tracey D’Anna Kline, “Comparing the Role of the Military in Argentina and Chile”

Kristin Farrell McCarthy, “Sendero Luminoso: Its Origins and Consequences on the Peruvian Government”

Steven Floyd McEwen, “Land Tenure and the Mexican Revolution”

Brian Edward Ruszczyk, “The Demise of Chilean Constitutional Democracy: Internal and External Constraints on the Government of Salvador Allende”

Shawn Susan Stelow, “Guatemalan Land Tenure since the Advent of Coffee Farming”


Michael Gordon Hoffman, “The Argentine Problem: Pan-American Solidarity and the Second World War”

Johanna Dane Sharp, “Amazon Development”


Maria Elizabeth Avila, “The Influence of Argentine Labor, 1943-1955: Perón’s Bases of Support”

Lynne Margaret Hamilton, “The Sanctuary Movement: A Response to Human Rights in Guatemala and El Salvador”


Kevin James Kelly, “The Mexican Revolution: A Literal/Historical Portrait”

Cassandra Maragos, “The Argentine Debt Crisis”

Brian D. Pedrow, “An Application of Mexican Psychological Research to Anthropological Investigations of Mexico”

Veronica Somarriba, “Modernismo, Tenentismo, and the Revolution of 1930: The Transformation of Brazil”


Margot Denoie, “Mexican Corporatism”

Karen Lee Koch, “Mario Benedetti: The Uruguayan Socio-Political Influence on his Literature”

Albert Michael Moore, “Governmental Illusion and Human Practicality: Social Welfare/Health Policy in Mexico”



Susan Marie Berg, “The Illegal Immigrant from Mexico” (Spanish).

Christine Louise Dettra, “The Vargas Regime as Viewed in Various Works of Jorge Amado” (Spanish).

Eric Marshall Dull, “Modernization in Colombia: Understanding the Balance” (Political Science and Spanish).

Robin Lisa Glanz, “The History of the Jews in Argentina and Brazil: Yesterday and Today” (Spanish).

Elizabeth Ann Henning, “Economic Development and Urban Poverty in Brazil: Can and Agreement be Reached?” (International Studies and Spanish).

Nadine Leonard, “Religious Syncretism in Brazil” (International Studies and Spanish).

Emile Ann Matuska, “The Culture of Poverty” (International Studies and Spanish).

Kevin Bruce Nicusanti, “The Mexican Peasant in the Works of Juan Rulfo” (Spanish).

Rena Ronson, “Male and Female Roles in Mexican Society” (Music and Spanish).

Kelly Elizabeth Waser, “Rural-Urban Migration in Peru: Effects on Individuals and their Communities” (International Studies).


Dan Barnes, “An Examination of Latin American Agrarian Reform: Case Studies, Colombia, Mexico, Bolivia, Chile, and Cuba”

Gregory Scott Burton, “Perón in Argentina: The Polarization of Society”

Patricia Chorno, “Mexican Labor Migration: Economic Gains and Social Costs”

Laurie DeMille Fisher, “The Political and Social Modernization of the Guatemalan Indian Communities, Success or Failure?”

Carmita Bartlett Foster, “Mexican-American Poverty North and South of the Border”

Janet E. Herr, “The Mapuche Indians of Chile”

Andrea Lenore Paolella, “The Economic and Political Policies of the Cuban Revolution”

Maureen Lynn Ruggiero, “A Comparison of the Urban Poor in Brazil and Cuba”

Sandra Hunt Wheaton, “Ernesto Cardenal: A Christian Revolutionary in the Process of Liberation”



Robert M. Fleming, “Economic Imperialism in Latin America”

Elizabeth Anne Gill, “Fidelismo and its Role in Cuban Government, Economy, and Literature, 1959-1981”



Neil Jordan Kaplan, “The Cuban Revolution and the Urban Lower Class”

David Claude Kramer, “The Latin American ‘One-Man Earthquake’: The Dictator”

Tamara Sue Lovell, “La Violencia: Political and Literary Perspectives”

Adam Cupler Mosher, “The Mexican Labor Movement”

Robyn Alice Nichols, “The Downfall of the Unidad Popular – An Economic and Political Analysis”

Sandra Jean Smith, “The Mexican Revolution and its Novel”

Arthur George Wasserman, “Third World Urbanization: The Latin American Experience”