Dear Colleague,

In the spirit of last week's Network of Iberoamerican Anthropologists' virtual meeting, we are delighted to share the following new and recent titles in Iberoamerican Anthropology.

Along with the freely available introductions to titles below, we have a new open access title from Marina Gold and Alessandro Zagato: AFTER THE PINK TIDE: Corporate State Formation and New Egalitarianisms in Latin America, the first volume in our new Egalitarianism Series edited by Bruce Kapferer.

Enjoy 30% off all titles throughout the summer with discount code SUMMER20 (valid for titles purchased through our website until September 1, 2020).

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Berghahn Books
Open Access After the Pink Tide
Corporate State Formation and New
Egalitarianisms in Latin America

Edited by Marina Gold and Alessandro Zagato
Afterword by Bruce Kapferer

This is a superb and timely set of studies that assess the lasting effects of a recent trend, now subsided, of left and left-leaning governments on politics and daily life for common people in a range of Latin American societies.” • George E. Marcus, University of California

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