Latin American Gender and Sexualities | Rowman & Littlefield
Latin American Gender and Sexualities
The Latin American Gender and Sexualities series is a timely addition to current scholarship on gender and sexuality. In the last decade, a number of Latin American governments are showing openness to new kinds of sexualities through public policy. The study of gender and sexuality also developed during that time to examine questions of power, nationalism, and changing identities within the social fabric of Latin American countries. Because of its appeal ranging from gender and feminist studies to queer theory, this series is a vibrant component of Latin American studies looking at the intersection of gender and culture.Works include book-length studies and essay collections that combine the methodologies and insights of cultural studies and literature with those of history, anthropology, and other social sciences.

Editor(s): Carolina Rocha (
Advisory Board: Cristina Alcade, Dorian Lugo Bertrán, Rhonda Buchanan, Jack Draper, Hólmfríður Garðarsdóttir, Amanda Holmes, Antonio Isea, Adriana Premat, Anne Rubenstein, and Jean-Claude Seguin Vergara
Staff editorial contact: Mark Lopez (