The theme for this year’s International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, “Latin American Studies in a Globalized World,” reflects the international growth of the discipline. In choosing this year’s theme, LASA noted that 45% of its membership reside outside the United States, and while the majority of LASA members live and work in the Americas, LASA highlighted the increasing number of Latin American studies associations and programs in Europe and Asia. The contributors to Mexican Studies/Estudios Mexicanos reflect this international diversity and, in honor of LASA’s theme, we are offering a selection of recent articles authored or co-authored by scholars residing outside of the Americas for you to read for free for a limited time. #LASA2018

Zapata reactivado: una visión žižekiana del Centenario de la Constitución
Ramón I. Centeno

Aliadófilos, germanófilos y neutralistas: la opinión pública mexicana ante la Primera Guerra Mundial
Adriana Ortega Orozco, Romain Robinet

Esclavos/as y cimarrones, monarquía, poder local y negociación en Nueva España
Magdalena Díaz Hernández, Octavio García

El cooperativismo y la industria chiclera en la época posrevolucionaria
Ei Kawakami

Asociación e identidad “imparcial”: una propuesta alternativa a las logias masónicas en la administración de Guadalupe Victoria (1826–1828)
Ana Romero-Valderrama

Moderation vs. Conservation: State Councils and Senates in Mexico’s First Constitutional Proposals
Catherine Andrews


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