Reimagining the Gran Chaco

“This book is the first of its kind and fills a very important gap in the anthropology and ethnohistory of the Gran Chaco, especially of the last thirty years. The editors have assembled an outstanding collection of articles by the top and well-recognized anthropologists working on the Gran Chaco.”—René Harder Horst, author of A History of … Continue reading Reimagining the Gran Chaco

Shaping Terrain

"Takes us on a journey throughout Latin America, highlighting different stories of adaptation to the wondrous American landscape: stories of cities being shaped by major infrastructure projects, cities coping with the pressures of informality and unchecked growth, and cities searching for their identity by looking at their pre-Columbian past while embracing modernity on their own … Continue reading Shaping Terrain

The Geopoetics of Modernism

Now available! The Geopoetics of Modernism by Rebecca Walsh “Takes an exciting new approach by reading modernism alongside geographical theorists as well as periodicals such as National Geographic.”—Andrew Thacker, coeditor of Geographies of Modernism “Walsh tells a clear, compelling, and convincing story about geography’s role in shaping experimental poetry.”—Marsha Bryant, author of Women’s Poetry and … Continue reading The Geopoetics of Modernism