The Traffic in History: Papers from the Tepoztlán Institute for the Transnational History of the Americas

An issue of: Social Text

The Traffic in History
Journal Issue Pages: 156 Volume 25, Number 3 Number: 92 Published: 2007 An issue of Social Text


To subscribe to this journal visit the Social Text page.

Price: $12.00
Request a desk or exam copy

Table of Contents Back to Top

1. Contributors

2. Introduction: The Traffic In History—David Kazanjian And María Josefina Saldaña-Portillo

3. The Tepoztlán Institute For The Transnational History Of The Americas—Pamela Voekel And Elliott Young

4. From The Rivers Of Guinea To The Valleys Of Peru: Becoming A Bran Diaspora Within Spanish Slavery—Rachel Sarah O'toole

5. Sexuality And Gender In Transnational Spaces: Realignments In Rural Veracruz Families Due To International Migration—Rosío Córdova Plaza, Translated By Trudy Balch

6. In Search Of Lourdes Casal's "Ana Veldford"—Frances Negrón-Muntaner And Yolanda Martínez-San Miguel

7. Hysteria And History: A Meditation On Mexico—Frida Gorbach, Translated By Eileen Brockbank

8. The Soul Of Neoliberalism—Bethany E. Moreton

9. Representing Global Labor—Michael Denning

Additional InformationBack to Top