440 pp., 6.125 x 9.25, 11 halftones, 1 map, 1 table
Hardcover ISBN: 978-1-4696-5569-7
Published: May 2020
eBook ISBN: 978-1-4696-5570-3
Published: April 2020
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Contributors: Miguel Serra Coelho, Thomas C. Field Jr., Sarah Foss, Michelle Getchell, Eric Gettig, Alan McPherson, Stella Krepp, Eline van Ommen, Eugenia Palieraki, Vanni Pettinà, Tobias Rupprecht, David M. K. Sheinin, Christy Thornton, Miriam Elizabeth Villanueva, and Odd Arne Westad.
About the Authors
Thomas C. Field Jr. is associate professor of global security and intelligence studies at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
For more information about Thomas C. Field Jr., visit the Author Page.
Stella Krepp is assistant professor of Iberian and Latin American history at Bern University.
For more information about Stella Krepp, visit the Author Page.
Vanni Pettinà is associate professor of Latin American international history at El Colegio de México.
For more information about Vanni Pettinà, visit the Author Page.
"In the tradition of the best edited volumes . . . [this book] challenges dominant historiographical trends and opens new fields of exploration. In breaking through the national and regional isolation of most of the literature on Latin America’s Cold War and international relations, the volume invites historians to rethink Latin America’s place in the world and in global trends and identities."—American Historical Review
“Attempting to correct historical omissions that either neglect Latin America’s role in the Third World or discuss only how US foreign policy impacted the region, this volume acknowledges how Latin America’s engagement in global affairs fostered and contributed to conversations that challenged US imperialism and pushed for a multilateral approach to development that treated all states equally.”—CHOICE
“A must-read book for anyone interested in following the intellectual expansion and breadth of Cold War studies in relation to the region…signals the concrete emergence of a field that reaches beyond the Cold War to explore Latin America’s complex relationship with the world.”—Hispanic American Historical Review
“An important new volume. . . . An invaluable supplement to international histories of Latin America that remain too narrowly focused on the Western Hemisphere.”—H-Net Reviews
“Break[s] new ground that promises to reshape future research on the Cold War in the Americas.”—The Americas
“Latin America and the Global Cold War achieves its objective: it tells complicated stories of Latin American foreign relations that have been underemphasized and does so in such a way that builds upon the extant literature. . . . This is an anthology that should be widely read. It is most obviously important to historians of Latin America, and especially scholars of Latin American foreign relations.”—H-Diplo Reviews