Round 2: Contemporary Movements in Latin America

We are excited to feature a new group of posts this month on contemporary activism in Latin America.  Essays in this round address protest movements in Brazil, focusing primarily on the most recent wave of demonstrations that begin in June of 2013.  Many thanks to the following contributors:

John Burdick, Syracuse University (essay)
Ann Mische, University of Notre Dame (essay)
Federico Rossi, Tulane University (essay)
Luciana Tatagiba and Karin Blikstad, University of Campinas, Brazil (essay)

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