Contributors
paul drake is dean of the Division of Social Science, professor of Political Science,
and adjunt professor of History and of IRPS at the University of California, San Diego. He
is the author of Labor Movements and Dictatorships: The Southern Cone in Comparative Perspective;
The Money Doctor in the Andes: The Kemmerer Missions, 1923–1933; and Socialism and Populism
in Chile, 1932–1952. He is also the coeditor of The Origins of Liberty: Political and Economic
Liberalization in the Modern World; The Struggle for Democracy in Chile; Money Doctors, Foreign
Debts, and Economic Reforms in Latin America from the 1890s to the Present; The Struggle for
Democracy in Chile, 1982–1990; and Elections and Democratization in Latin America, 1980–1985.
volker frank is an associate professor of Sociology at the University of North
Carolina, Asheville. His research interests include labor movements, democratization
and labor parties.
thomas miller klubock is an associate professor of History at the State Univer-
sity of New York, Stony Brook. He is the author of Contested Communities: Class, Gender, and
Politics in Chile’s El Teniente Copper Mine, 1904–1951.
rachel a. schurman is an assistant professor of Sociology at the University of
Illinois, Champaign-Urbana. Her research interests include labor in the global economy,
Latin American development and the political economy of agrofood systems.
joel stillerman is an assistant professor of Sociology at Grand Valley State Univer-
sity. His recent publications on labor and consumer culture in Chile and North America
appear in Mobilization: An International Journal, Social Science History and Journal of Consumer
Culture.
heidi tinsman is an associate professor of History at the University of California,
Irvine. She is the author of Partners in Conflict: The Politics of Gender, Sexuality, and Labor in the
Chilean Agrarian Reform, 1950–1973.
peter winn is a professor of History and the director of Latin American Studies at
Tufts University. He is the author of Americas: The Changing Face of Latin America and the
Caribbean and Weavers of Revolution: The Yarur Workers and Chile’s Road to Socialism.
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