My review of Renata Keller’s very fine book has now appeared in the Journal of Latin American Studies 48, no. 4 (November 2016): 868-869. Renata Keller, Mexico’s Cold War: Cuba, […]
This review will appear in the Journal of Latin American Studies; at least until it does, I’m reasonably certain that I can host it here. Jorge García-Robles, At the End […]
Update 5/3/2016: this essay has been published in Spanish by Nexos. I’m honored to be making my debut in Dissent, a magazine I greatly admire. To my mind, Irving Howe navigated […]
An article I’ve written, “The Cold War Politics of Literature and the Centro Mexicano de Escritores,” was published in the Journal of Latin American Studies vol 48., no. 2 (May 2016). It is available at […]
Sunrise over El Paso and Juárez, our new home.
A new text of mine has appeared in Nexos. It updates and extends my academic paper about Vicente Lombardo Toledano, placing Mexico’s relative nonchalance about the Snowden revelations in historical […]
The apparent oddity of Juan Rulfo having received CIA dollars, revealed in the essay I recently published with S-USIH, has been making the rounds in the Mexican and international press. Here […]