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Here you will find publications by researchers based in Norway on topics related to Latin America. Please send us an e-mail if you know about other relevant recent publications: firstname.lastname@example.org
Article by Mariel Aguilar-Støen, University of Oslo, in Canadian Journal of Development Studies, published online 16 October 2019.
This book by Vegard Bye analyzes the economic reforms and political adjustments that took place in Cuba during the era of Raúl Castro’s leadership and its immediate aftermath, the first year of his successor, Miguel Díaz-Canel. Faced with economic challenges and a political crisis of legitimacy now that the Castro brothers are no longer in power, the Cuban Revolution finds itself at another critical juncture, confronted with the loss of Latin American allies and a more hostile and implacable US administration.
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Vol 3-4, 2019 of the Norwegian journal Agora, most of it in Norwegian, is a collection of articles on critical theory from the South, including these articles with special relevance for Latin America:
Louisa Olufsen Layne, University of Oslo: Kamau Brathwaites karibiske estetikk. Perseptuelle modeller som skrivemetode
Hans Jacob Ohldieck, University of South-Eastern Norway: Moterobringens kunst. Latin-Amerikas barokke tradisjoner
Enrique Dussel: Eurosentrisme og modernitet
Article by Cecilie Vindal Ødegaard, University of Bergen, in History and Anthropology, published online 26 Sep 2019.
Chapter by Leiv Marsteintredet, University of Bergen, in the book The Politics of Presidential Term Limits, edited by Alexander Baturo and Robert Elgie, Oxford University Press
Article by María A. Guzmán-Gallegos, University of Oslo, in Ethnos, published online 14 June 2019.
Article by Anne Natvig, University of Oslo and Volda University College, in Brazilian Journalism Research, v. 15, n. 2
Article by Isabelle Hugøy and Cecilie Vindal Ødegaard, both University of Bergen, in Ethnos, published online 18 August 2019.
Article by Mariel Aguilar-Støen, University of Oslo, plus 7 authors, in Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, Volume 38, June 2019, Pages 103-110
In this book, Arnhild Leer-Helgesen, University of Agder, argues that relationships between religion and development in faith-based development work are constructed through repeated processes of negotiation. The book draws on a deep ethnographic study of Christian faith-based development work in the Bolivian Andes.
Article by Benedicte Bull, University of Oslo, in Iberoamericana: Nordic Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, 2019.
Article by Antulio Rosales, University of Oslo, in Review of International Political Economy, published online 2 July 2019.
Article by Judith Purkarthofer and Haley De Korne, University of Oslo, in Journal of Sociolinguistics, published online 8 June 2019.
Chapter by Jason Miklian, University of Oslo, and Angelika Rettberg in the book Business, Peacebuilding and Sustainable Development, Routledge, 2019. Jason Miklian is also one of the editors of the book, together with Rina M. Alluri and John Elias Katsos.
Hans Petter Graver, University of Oslo, tells the story of judge Yassmin Barrios in Guatemala in an article on Juridika 24 June 2019. The article is part of a series about lawyers who chose to follow their conscience rather than live up to the system's requirements.
Article by Anne Natvig, Volda University College and University of Oslo, in Journal of Alternative and Community Media, Vol 4, No 2 (2019)
Article by Antulio Rosales, University of Oslo, in Resources Policy, Volume 63, 2019
Report published by By Chr Michelsen Institute, CMI Impact Series IS 2019:01.
Article by Trond Heitmann, Østfold University College, in Journal of Comparative Social Work, Vol 14 No 1 (2019): Special issue on Welfare in Latin America and the Nordic countries
Based on intensive fieldwork with local groups in Oaxaca Mexico in 2015, Alexander Dunlap, University of Oslo, in this book demonstrates the complications and problems that emerge with the current regime of ‘sustainable development’ and wind energy projects in Mexico. Wind energy development, in Mexico and most countries, fall into a ‘roll out’ neoliberal strategy that is justified by climate change mitigation programs that are continuing a process of land and wind resources grabbing for profit. The result has been an exaggeration of pre-existing problems in communities around land, income-inequality, local politics and, contrary to public relations stories, is has been devastating to traditional livelihoods and socio-ecological relationships.
Article by Alexander Dunlap, University of Oslo, in Political Geography, Volume 71, May 2019, Pages 10-25.
Article by Yuri Kasahara, OsloMet, and Antonio José Junqueira Botelho, in Comparative Politics, Volume 51, Number 3, April 2019, pp. 385-405(21)
Article by Astrid B. Stensrud, University of Oslo/Agder, in Focaal – Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology, Volume 2019 (2019): Issue 83 (Mar 2019): The anthropology of austerity.
Article by Leiv Marsteintredet, University of Bergen, and Fredrik Uggla, Stockholm University, in Journal of Latin American Studies. Published online 31 January 2019.