The Oxford Encyclopedia of Latin American Politics: 3-Volume Set (Hardcover)
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This encyclopedia reviews and interprets a broad array of research on Latin American politics, including topics related to political institutions, processes, and parties; social movements; political economy; racial and gender politics; and Latin America's international relations. Under the
editorial directorship of Harry E. Vanden and Gary Prevost and associate editors Jennifer Cyr, Kwame Dixon, Mary K. Meyer McAleese, Gabriel Ondetti, and Richard Stahler-Sholk, this publication brings together peer-reviewed contributions by leading researchers and offers the definitive resource for
understanding contemporary politics in the region. As a result, the Oxford Encyclopedia of Latin American Politics is a necessary resource for students and as well as both new and established scholars.
About the Author
Harry E. Vanden is Professor Emeritus of Political Science and Latin American Studies at the University of South Florida, where he was the founding director of the Latin American and Caribbean Studies Center. Gary Prevost is Professor Emeritus of Political Science and Latin American Studies at the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University, and Research Associate in Political Studies at Nelson Mandela University.