Radical Americas

Volume 3, Issue 1

10 August 2018

Radical Americas

UCL Press

Table of contents

Unreasonable doubt: Politics and aesthetics in the crime novels of Horacio Vázquez Rial
Making fútbol straight again: Homophobia, misogyny and the politics of Alexis Sánchez’s sexuality
Marc Becker, The FBI in Latin America: The Ecuador Files, (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2017), 322pp., $26.95
Scott Henkel, Direct Democracy: Collective Power, the Swarm, and the Literatures of the Americas, (Jackson, MS, University Press of Mississippi, 2017), 224pp., $65.00
Heather Ann Thompson, Blood in The Water. The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and Its Legacy, (NY: Pantheon Books, 2016), 724pp., $35
Rafael Torrubia, Black Power and the American People: Culture and Identity in the Twentieth Century, (London: I.B. Tauris, 2016), 336pp., £69/$110
Carlos Mignon, Córdoba Obrera: El sindicato en la fábrica, 1968–1973, (Buenos Aires: Imago Mundi, 2014), 384pp., $530
“We Charge Genocide”: Revisiting black radicals’ appeals to the world community 1
Taxation as tyranny: American Progress and the ultraconservative movement
Chronicling subversion: The Cronaca Sovversiva as both seditious rag and community paper
Rebel Youths: English-language anarchist periodicals of the Great Depression, 1932–1939
‘Watching the Waters’: Tropic flows in the Harlem Renaissance, Black Internationalism and other currents
Black power print
Aguirre, Carlos and Paulo Drinot. The Peculiar Revolution: Rethinking the Peruvian Experiment Under Military Rule. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2017
Sex and the radical imagination in the Berkeley Barb and the San Francisco Oracle
‘A women’s war against war: The socialist-feminist pacifism of Four Lights: An Adventure in Internationalism
Reading the Radical American Periodical