Course Title: lna 501. Past, Present and Future of Latin America Instructors



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Party Systems in Latin America.(Stanford Univ. Press: Stanford) eds. S: Mainwaring and T Scully, pp.459-474,1995.

Week 11. Soldiers against Politicians?: Latin American Militaries and Politics (by Canan Aslan)

Diamint, Ruth ‘The Military’, Constructing Democratic Governance in Latin America,’ ed. Jorge I Dominguez and Michael Shifter. Baltimore: The John Hopkins University Press.,pp.43-73. 2003. 2nd ed.

Pion-Berlin, D and H. Trinkunas (2005)Democratization, Social Crisis and the Impact of Military Domestic Roles in Latin America’, Journal and Political and Military Sociology, Vol 33, No1 (Summer): 5-24

Galleguillos, N. H. ‘Studying Civil-Military relations in the Post-Dictatorship Era: An Analysis of the Chilean Experience’, Journal of Third World Studies, Vol.XVII. No.2.pp.93-112.2000.



Week 12. Civil Society and Forms of Collective Resistance in the Age of Neoliberalism (by Canan Aslan)

Avritzer, Leonardo. ‘Civil Society in Latin America in the Twenty-First Century’ in R. Freinberg et al Civil Society and Democracy in Latin America, (Palgrave Macmillan; New York),pp.35-58.

Wolford, W. 2006. ‘Deepening Democracy and the Struggle for Agrarian Reform in Brazil’ in R. Freinberg et al Civil Society and Democracy in Latin America, (Palgrave Macmillan; New York), pp. 139-160.

Gilbert, C. and Otero, G., (2001) ‘Democratization in Mexico: The Zapatista Uprising and Civil Society’, Latin American Perspectives, Vol.28 No.4 July .pp.7-29




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