Robert J. Alexander, one of the post- World War II pioneers in the study of Latin America and the Caribbean in the United States, died April 27, 2010. His was a remarkable career in terms of the quality and quantity of his scholarship and the depth and breadth of his social activism. Among his many accomplishments, he was one of the founders of the Middle Atlantic Council on Latin American Studies in 1979. He also served as President of MACLAS in 1987-88.
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Wasserman, M., (2010). In Memoriam: Robert J. Alexander (1918-2010): Pioneer Latin Americanist. Middle Atlantic Review of Latin American Studies. 23(1), pp.5–10. DOI: http://doi.org/10.23870/86