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Literature

 

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María Teresa Blandón: http://lacorrientenicaragua.org/

David Cooper: Productive dilemmas: assistance and struggle in a Nicaraguan agricultural cooperative. PhD Thesis, UCL

Anne Diekjobst, Alice Froidevaux, Lara Jüssen (2012): “Gentrification.” Online Dictionary Social and Political Key Terms of the Americas: Politics, Inequalities, and North-South Relations, Version 1.0 (2012).

Victoria González-Rivera: Before the Revolution; Women’s Rights and Right-Wing Politics in Nicaragua, 1821-1979, University Park, PA: Penn State Press 2011.

VV.AA.: Geschichten aus Nicaragua, aus dem Spanischen von Lutz Kliche, Elisabeth Müller.

Angelika Epple, Kirsten Kramer: “Globalization, Imagination, Social Space: The Making of Geopolitical Imaginaries”, fiar 9.1 (2016), 41-6.

Werner Mackenbach: “El testimonio en Centroamérica: entre memoria, historia y ficción. Avatares epistemológicos e históricos”.

Maxine Molyneux: Conditionalities, Cash and Gender RelationsUNRISD Debate on Social Protection and rights; 01.05.14

Birgit Müller: “Farmers, Development, and the Temptation of Nitrogen: Controversies about Sustainable Farming in Nicaragua”, RCC Perspectives 5 (2012), 23-30.

Mona Nikolić: Identität in der Küche. Kulturelle Globalisierung und regionale Traditionen in Costa Rica, Bielefeld: transcript 2015.

Gema Palazón Sáez: Memoria y escrituras de Nicaragua. Cultura y discurso testimonial en la Revolución Sandinista. París, Publibook 2010.

Natascha Pomino, Susanne Zepp: Hispanistik, München: UTB 2008.

Ruben Quaas: Fair trade. Eine global-lokale Geschichte am Beispiel des Kaffees. Köln: Böhlau 2015.

José Luis Rocha: Revista Envío.

Ileana Rodríguez, Mónica Szurmuk: The Cambridge History of Latin American Women’s Literature, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2015.

Hermann Schulz: Nicaragua. Eine amerikanische Vision, Reinbek bei Hamburg: Rowohlt 1987.

Fernanda Soto: “Las historias que contamos”, Confluenze. Rivista di Studi Iberoamericani, 5.1 (2013), 104-120.

Rose Spalding: “Business and State Relations in Post-Revolutionary Nicaragua: Elite Realignment and the New Strategy of Collaboration”, Final draft of paper for Eric Hershberg, Central American Elites Project, FLACSO-Costa Rica, June 29, 2013.