Final Call for Articles, Encyclopedia of U.S.-Latin American Relations
The Encyclopedia of United States - Latin American Relations (EUSLA), scheduled for late 2011 publication by CQ Press in Washington, D.C., is in need of a few additional authors.
We have about 20 remaining topics, many of them historical, to be filled in the next couple months. The encyclopedia will be a two-volume, A to Z reference work (print and online) with more than 850 entries, from 500 to 5,000 words. Entries will provide historical context to issues, people, events, organizations, policies, treaties, and conflicts central to the political history of the Western Hemisphere.
Please see the open articles after my signature. For other relevant information about the project, Please contact me or my assistant, John Martino of CQ Press at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your time and consideration. We are eager to complete this important work.
Distinguished University Professor
Department of History
University of North Florida
Jacksonville, Florida 32224
For all topics, essay is intended to focus on relevance they to U.S.-L.A. relations
Campos, Francisco Luiz da Silva
Declaration of San Josť Agreement, 1980
Drier, John C.
Fenwick, Charles G.
First Meeting of American Presidents (Panama), 1956
Intellectual Property Rights
International Waterways Commission (IWC)
Latin American Energy Organization (OLADE)
Latinos and U.S. Policy
Martin, Edward M.
Marxism Economic Development Model
Seabed Arms Control Treaty, 1972
Second Meeting of American Presidents (Punta del Este), 1967
Sevilla Sacasa, Guillermo
Vina del Mar Consensus
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