We are pleased to announce that the latest issue of Regions & Cohesion has been published by Berghahn Journals. The Leadership Forum in this issue features contributions made at the Human and Environmental Security in Cross-border Regions: Multidisciplinary approaches in Latin America (2013). Speakers include Alfredo Limas Hernández, professor and artist, and Evangelina Arce, activist and mother of a desaparecida. Regions & Cohesion is pleased to publish their contributions in this Leadership Forum in recognition of their dedicated commitment to address the issue of femicide in Ciudad Juarez.
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Current Issue: Volume 4, Issue 3
The regional offices in Brussels: From “push and pull” to “people and place”
Securitization, alterity, and the state: Human (in)security on an Amazonian frontier
Marc Brightman and Vanessa Grotti
Rethinking generational categories at the border for Latino immigrants
R. Tina Catania
LEADERSHIP FORUM/LIDERAZGO FORUM
Introduction to the Leadership Forum
(In)seguridad humana, violencia feminicida, democracia y capital: del desarrollo y la democracia frente a la violación de los derechos de las mujeres y niñas. Juárez, México, 2008–2013
Alfredo Limas Hernández
Entrevista a la Sra. Evangelina Arce, activista social y madre de Silvia Arce, desaparecida en Ciudad Juárez en 1998
Regions & Cohesion
¿Qué le pasó a Monterrey? Análisis de una crisis urbana de inseguridad a través al duelo colectivo
Ana Gabriela Sánchez Santana y David Pérez Esparza
Peter Gilles, Harlan Koff, Carmen Maganda, Christian Schulz (Eds.). (2013). Theorizing borders through analyses of power relationships. P.I.E. Peter Lang.
Review by Lukasz Swiatek
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