Dunkerley, James

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DUNKERLEY, James. British, b. 1953. Genres: Politics/Government, Cultural/Ethnic topics. Career: Latin America Bureau, London, England, researcher, 1979-80, 1983-84; University of London, research fellow at Institute of Latin American Studies, 1981-82, professor in politics at Queen Mary and Westfield College and Institute of Latin American Studies, 1992-; University of Liverpool, England, research fellow at Centre for Latin American Studies, 1982-83; University of Notre Dame, IN, faculty fellow at Kellogg Institute, 1985. Publications: (with C. Whitehouse) Unity Is Strength: Trade Unions in Latin America, 1980; Bolivia: Coup d'Etat, 1980; The Long War: Dictatorship and Revolution in El Salvador, 1982; Rebellion in the Veins: Political Struggle in Bolivia, 1952-1982, 1984; (with F. Amburseley) Granada: Whose Freedom?, 1984; Origenes del poder militar on Bolivia, 1879-1935, 1987; Power in the Isthmus: A Political History of Central America, 1988; Political Suicide in Latin America, 1992; The Pacification of Central America, 1987-93, 1994; (ed. with V. Bulmer-Thomas) The United States and Latin America, 1999; Americana: The Americas in the World around 1850, 2001; Warriors and Scribes, 2001. Address: Institute of Latin American Studies, 31 Tavistock Square, London WCH1 9HA, England. Online address: [email protected]