A podcast from Alborada and Peter Watt.
The Americas Uncovered is presented by Peter Watt (Sheffield University, UK) as he interviews authors about their books on Latin America.
::: Episode 1: The Condor Files w/Francesca Lessa
Peter speaks to Dr Francesca Lessa about her book The Condor Trials: Transnational Repression and Human Rights in South America.
::: Episode 2: Central America’s Forgotten History w/ Aviva Chomsky
Peter speaks to Aviva Chomsky, Professor of Latin American Studies at Salem State University in Massachusetts, USA, about her recent book Central America’s Forgotten History: Revolution, Violence, and the Roots of Migration.
::: Episode 3: Mexico’s Spectres of Revolution w/ Alexander Aviña
Peter speaks to Alexander Aviña, Associate Professor of History at Arizona State University (ASU) in the USA, about his book Specters of Revolution: Peasant Guerrillas in the Cold War Mexican Countryside.
::: Episode 4: Revolution in Development w/ Christy Thornton
Peter speaks to Christy Thornton, Assistant Professor in the Sociology Department at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, USA, about her book Revolution in Development: Mexico and the Governance of the Global Economy, which explores the Mexican Revolution’s influence on international economic institutions.
::: Episode 5: Coup w/ Linda Farthing & Thomas Becker
Peter speaks to Linda Farthing and Thomas Becker about their book, Coup: A Story of Violence and Resistance in Bolivia.
::: Episode 6: Central American Migration & US Intervention w/ Jorge E. Cuéllar
Peter speaks speaks to Jorge E. Cuéllar about political resistance in El Salvador, migration from Central America to the US, the Bukele governmentt and Bitcoin.
::: Episode 7: Chile’s Chicago Boys w/ Maria Vásquez Aguilar & Pablo Navarrete