Table of contents for Beyond neoliberalism in Latin America? : societies and politics at the crossroads / edited by John Burdick, Philip Oxhorn, Kenneth M. Roberts.


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Preface * Beyond Neoliberalism: Popular Responses to Social Change in Latin America * The Chilean Left: Socialist and Neo-Liberal * Neoliberalism and the Left: National Challenges, Local Responses, and Global Alternatives * Decades Lost and Won: Indigenous Movements and Multicultural Neoliberalism in the Andes * The Cristo del Gran Poder and the T”inku: Getting at the Roots of Indigenous Movements in Bolivia * Ethnoracial Identity in a Neoliberal Age: Government Recognition of Difference in Northeast Brazil * Digging Out from Neoliberalism: Responses to Environmental (Mis)governance of the Mining Sector in Latin America * Assessing the limits of neoliberal environmental governance in Bolivia * Nature in Neoliberalism and Beyond?: Community-Based Resource Management, Environmental Conservation, and Farmer-and-Food Movements of Bolivia 1985-present * Neoliberal Reform and Migrant Remittances: Symptom or Solution? * Nothing (Entirely) New Under the Sun: Developmentalism and Neoliberalism in Nicaragua * Beyond Neoliberalism? Latin America’s New Crossroads




Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Latin America -- Politics and government -- 21st century.
Neoliberalism -- Latin America.
Latin America -- Economic conditions -- 21st century.
Latin America -- Social conditions -- 21st century.