- The Oxford Handbook of: Latin American History
- Introduction: Latin America—The Limitations and Meaning of A Historical Category
- Historiography of New Spain
- Colonial Spanish South America
- The Historiography of Early Modern Brazil
- Sexuality in Colonial Spanish America
- Independence in Latin America
- Slavery in Brazil
- Postcolonial Brazil
- Race in Postabolition Afro-Latin America
- Indigenous Peoples and Nation-States in Spanish America, 1780–2000
- Rural History
- Latin American Labor History
- Gender and Sexuality in Latin America
- The Historiography of Latin American Families
- The New Economic History of Latin America: Evolution and Recent Contributions
- Disease, Medicine, and Health
- Popular Religion in Latin American Historiography
- Selected Bibliography
(1.) Evan Schofer and John W. Meyer, “The Worldwide Expansion of Higher Education in the Twentieth Century,” American Sociological Review 70:6 (2005): 898–920.
(2.) Marshall C. Eakin, “Latin American History in the United States: From Gentlemen Scholars to Academic Specialists,” The History Teacher 31:4 (1998): 539.
(3.) IESALC (Instituto Internacional de la UNESCO para la Educatión Superior en América Latina y el Caribe), Conferencia Regional de Educatión Superior (Cartagena, 2008). In some countries, as Barbara Weinstein notes in her chapter on Brazil in this volume, the expansion of higher education had actually begun during military dictatorships.
(4.) Hans de Wit et al., eds., Higher Education in Latin America: The International Dimension (Washington, D.C.: The World Bank, 2005), 39.
(5.) UNESCO, Institute for Statistics, Global Education Digest, 2007 (Montreal, 2007), 140–41.