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Vol. 6  No. 1     June 30, 2005   

Book Review
Schmidt-Cruz, CynthiaGabo y Fidel: El Paisaje de un amistad.By Ángel Esteban and Stéphanie Panichelli

Schwartz, Norman. The Struggle for Indigenous Rights in Latin America. Nancy Grey Postero and Leon Zamosc, editors.

Articles 
Dedicated to:

Latin American Cities
A Symposium on the representation and use of urban spaces
April 7 - 8, 2005
University of Delaware
    Presentations
Movement:
Arbona, Juan Manuel.  Reading the City as (Social) Movement: El Alto, Bolivia - October 2003. Growth and Structure of Cities, Bryn Mawr College 

Piccato, Pablo.   Urban Communities and Crime in Twentieth Century Mexico City.  History, Columbia University 

Biron, Rebecca E.  Mexico City: The Sewer and the Metro. Latin American Studies, University of Miami

Space:
Berrizbeitia, Anita. Parque del Este, Caracas: Between a Critical Naturalism and a Critical Formalism. Landscape Architecture & Urban Design, University of Pennsylvania

Citizenship:
Ramírez Pimienta, Juan Carlos. Border of Words/Border of Images: Tijuana and Los Algodones. Spanish, San Diego State University

Thomas, Lorrin. Migrant Citizens and the Politics of Citizenship: The Puerto Rican Diaspora in Depression-Era New York City. History, Rutgers Camden

Domínguez, Mónica. Artistic Dis/Placement in Colonial Maracaibo. Art History, University of Delaware

Symposium sponsored by:
The University of Delaware College of Arts & Sciences / Latin American Studies Program / Office of Women's Affairs / Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures / Center for International Studies / With Grants/Assistance from The Greater Philadelphia Human Studies Consortium / The Greater Philadelphia Latin American Studies Consortium / The University of Pennsylvania Latin American and Latino Stuides Program

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