Latin American Landscapes

Latin American Landscapes is an environmental history series that investigates how the peoples of Latin America and the Caribbean have both shaped and been shaped by their environment over time.

Building on the University of Arizona Press’s longstanding record of publication in environmental studies and Latin American history, this series seeks to publish scholarship that integrates social and ecological history across Latin America. Titles in the series address the widest possible variety, time periods and geographies, focusing on local, regional, national or bioregional narratives ranging from Pre-Columbian studies to twenty-first century questions.

Landscapes of Freedom Landscapes of Freedom
Landscapes of Freedom

Landscapes of Freedom

Building a Postemancipation Society in the Rainforests of Western Colombia

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Activist Biology Activist Biology
Activist Biology

Activist Biology

The National Museum, Politics, and Nation Building in Brazil

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A Land Between Waters A Land Between Waters
A Land Between Waters

A Land Between Waters

Environmental Histories of Modern Mexico

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Revolutionary Parks Revolutionary Parks
Revolutionary Parks

Revolutionary Parks

Conservation, Social Justice, and Mexico’s National Parks, 1910–1940

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