Kalowatie Deonandan
Kalowatie Deonandan
Professor, Dept. of Political Studies, University of Saskatchewan
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Mining in Latin America
K Deonandan, L DOUGHERTY
Critical Approaches to the, 2017
Undoing democracy: the politics of electoral caudillismo
D Close, K Deonandan
Lexington Books, 2004
From revolutionary movements to political parties: cases from Latin America and Africa
K Deonandan, D Close
Springer, 2007
Indigenous women’s anti-mining activism: a gendered analysis of the El Estor struggle in Guatemala
K Deonandan, R Tatham, B Field
Oxfam International, 2017
Discipline and punish: gendered dimensions of violence in extractive development
K Deonandan, C Bell
Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 31 (1), 24-57, 2019
Evaluating the effectiveness of the anti-mining movement in Guatemala: the role of political opportunities and message framing
K Deonandan
Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies 40 (1), 27-47, 2015
Mining the gap: Aboriginal women and the mining industry
R Deonandan, K Deonandan, B Field
The role of women and international non-governmental organisations in the resistance to the new extraction in Latin America: The unexplored dimensions
K Deonandan, R Tatham
Mining in Latin America, 273-283, 2016
The assault on pluralism
K Deonandan
Undoing democracy: The politics of electoral caudillismo, 43, 2004
Mining, taxes, and development in Guatemala: The state and the Marlin mine
K Deonandan, P Ortiz Loaiza
Latin American Policy 7 (2), 288-310, 2016
Revolutionaries to Politicians: Can the Transition Succeed?
K Deonandan
From Revolutionary Movements to Political Parties: Cases from Latin America …, 2007
Extractive industries and the global human rights regime for businesses: The Marlin Human Rights Impact Assessment
K Deonandan, J Morgan
Mining in Latin America, 160-181, 2016
Gary Prevost, eds. 2007
K Deonandan, D Close
From Revolutionary Movements to Political Parties: Cases from Latin America …, 0
Discipline and Punish: Gendered Dimensions of Violence in Extractive Development’(2019)
K Deonandan, C Bell
Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 31, 24, 39–40, 0
Corruption and Development in Latin America: The Case of Nicaragua
K Deonandan
Annual Meeting of the Canadian Political Science Association-Draft 3, 1-16, 2006
Undoing democracy: The politics of electoral caudillismo
K Deonandan, C David
Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2004
Transnational and local solidarities in the struggle for justice: Choc versus Padilla
K Deonandan, R Tatham
Human and environmental justice in Guatemala, 56-83, 2018
The caudillo is dead: long live the caudillo
K Deonandan
Undoing Democracy: The Politics of Electoral Caudillismo, 183-98, 2004
Learning from Somalia
K Deonandan
Peace Review 6 (4), 453-459, 1994
The Helms-Burton Bill and Canada's Cuba Policy: Convergences with the US
K Deonandan
Policy and Society 24 (1), 124-149, 2005
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