Inter-American Relations: Past, Present, and Future Trends now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of Inter-American Relations: Past, Present, and Future Trends, Joshua Hyles.
This volume is a collection of essays presented at the 20th annual Eugene Scassa Mock Organization of American States conference, which is the nation’s only “hybrid” conference including an inter-collegiate competition and simulation of the Organization of American States, a moot court simulation of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, and a traditional academic conference for faculty and graduate students centered on the study of Inter-American relations and politics within the Western Hemisphere.
The conference invited recognized authorities and promising new scholars in the vastly varied fields associated with Latin American studies. Taking a broad view of the academic study of the Western Hemisphere, the conference and, subsequently, this volume includes research from fields as diverse as international law, spatial geography, literature, religion, political science, and history.
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About the Editor
Joshua Hyles holds a Master of Arts in History from Baylor University, USA, as well as Bachelors of Arts and Sciences degrees in Archaeology, History, and Classical Languages. He serves as the Executive Program Director of the Eugene Scassa Mock OAS Program, an intercollegiate academic conference and competition involving undergraduate, graduate, and law school students from across the United States, Mexico, and the Caribbean. He has written a number of short works in the fields of colonial history, Latin American studies, and political science. His most recent monograph, Guiana and the Shadows of Empire, a study of the colonial legacies of Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana, has been recognized internationally as a valuable contribution to the overall study of that region of South America.