The Journal of Latin American Geography builds upon the tradition of the CLAG Yearbook, which published a selection of peer-reviewed papers by distinguished geographers and other scholars from 1985 until 2002. The editorial team works with a multi-disciplinary, international editorial board to promote the publication of original, high quality, and refereed manuscripts that represent the broad spectrum of geographic perspectives on and from Latin America. We are committed to publishing articles in English, Spanish, and Portuguese with the intention of bringing the region's best scholarship to the broadest possible audience.
Current Issue: Volume 16, Issue 2 (2017) Volume 16, Issue 2
Letter from the Editor
Christopher T. Gaffney
Why Do Narcos Invest in Rural Land?
Kendra McSweeney, Nazih Richani, Zoe Pearson, Jennifer Devine, and David J. Wrathall
Making Do: The Practice of Imprisonment in Postwar Guatemala
Kevin Lewis O'Neill and Anthony W. Fontes
In-justicia espacial en Guerrero, México: estudio de la red vial en relación a los fenómenos meteorológicos Ingrid y Manuel
Alma Villaseñor-Franco, Alejandra Toscana-Aparicio, and Guadalupe Rebeca Granados-Ramírez
The Patagonian Imaginary: Natural Resources and Global Capitalism at the Far End of the World
Marcos Mendoza, Robert Fletcher, George Holmes, Laura A. Ogden, and Colombina Schaeffer
Dinámica espacial del proceso de extranjerización de la tierra en la Patagonia
Alberto Vazquez and Marcelo Sili
Local perceptions of measures to control Aedes mosquitoes and mosquito-borne diseases in Puntarenas and San José, Costa Rica
John T. Bandzuh, Luke Juran, Korine N. Kolivras, and Anne Wallis
Displacement, Not Deterrence
What Does a Trump Administration Mean for the Mérida Agreement?