Interview with John Edwin Mason | by Carol Martin

Historian and professional photographer Professor John Edwin Mason (University of Virginia/Charlottesville, USA) visited Cape Town in March 2012 to give a historically revealing pictorial presentation of his experience delving inside the Cape Town Carnival bands....

Chavez isn’t Chavez | by Irene León

Chavez is now a red, overflowing tide of love and commitment, which flooded the streets of Caracas mourning. Chavez is a town that Constitution in hand, starred in a peaceful revolution, with a roadmap ethical, political, social, economic and cultural sovereign. The...
Venezuela after Chávez| by Alejandro Bendaña

Venezuela after Chávez| by Alejandro Bendaña

Even with the death of Venezuela’s Chávez, his continuing legacy – ‘chavismo’ or the Bolivarian revolutionary process – is here to stay. Twenty years of social, political and ideological change are not easily reversible. Chavismo represents a process...