Workers' Control in Latin America, 1930-1979

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NOTES ON THE CONTRIBUTORS
Andrew Boeger is assistant professor of history at North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro. He obtained his doctorate at the University of Texas at Austin, completing a dissertation on the miners of Chojlla, Bolivia. Before entering graduate school, Boeger spent four years as a labor and community organizer in the Midwest. As a graduate student, he was active with the Texas State Employees Union/Communications Workers of America Local 6186.
Michael Marconi Braga is a prizewinning journalist who currently writes for the Gulf Coast Business Journal in Sarasota, Florida. He covers banking, finance, insurance, and international trade and labor relations. Graduating from the University of Texas at Austin with a master's degree in economics, Braga wrote his thesis on the Cuban sugar industry and its workers from 1920 to 1934. His bachelor's degree is from Duke University. Braga has also worked for the Buenos Aires Herald and Cuba News, a publication of the Miami Herald.
Jonathan C. Brown teaches Latin American history at the University of Texas at Austin. He has published articles and books on Mexico and Argentina and specializes in economic and labor history. At the moment, he is completing a book on the social history of colonial Latin America.
Josh DeWind is currently director of the International Migration Program of the Social Science Research Council. He is on leave from the Department of Anthropology at Hunter College, City University of New York, where he directs programs on Latin American and Caribbean studies and human rights. DeWind received his Ph.D. in anthropology from Columbia University in 1977. His research and writing has covered various aspects of economic development in Latin America and the Caribbean and of international migration to the United States.
Marc Christian McLeod is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of History at the University of Texas at Austin. He is currently working on a dissertation that compares the histories of Haitian and British West Indian immigrants to Cuba in the early twentieth century. His master's thesis examines the history of railway workers in Guatemala from 1912 to 1954. He is a graduate of the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University.

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