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Joshua Nadel
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Historian of Latin America and the Caribbean. Interested in food, soccer, and other cultural topics. Constructive critic of international humanitarian and development initiatives.
Historian of Latin America and the Caribbean. Interested in food, soccer, and other cultural topics. Constructive critic of international humanitarian and development initiatives.

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Fútbol: Why Soccer Matters in Latin America named in Zocalo Public Square's end of year top ten non-fiction. I'll take that. http://www.zocalopublicsquare.org/…/the-10-…/books/readings/

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New blog post co-written with Brenda Elsey.

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Note: this post first appeared on The Football Scholars Forum . The Forum is hosting a discussion on women's soccer on Thursday, Dec. 11 at 2 pm. For more information on how to participate via Skype, contact Alex Galaraza at galaraza.alex@gmail.com By Brend...

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On the precariousness of women's soccer
Under the radar of our sports inundated country, two
weeks ago the United States hosted a World Cup qualifying tournament that
culminated last Sunday night at PPL Park in Chester, PA. The women’s teams of
the United States, Costa Rica, and Mexico all qualif...

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Not sure why it took me so long to post this, about Kosovo's first official match...But here it is.. A number of people asked me which side I was on prior to the Haiti-Kosovo friendly in Mitrovica 6 weeks ago. I seem to be a rarity among my friends: I lived...

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Great new book with a chapter on every World Cup...
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Flattering to deceive: Mexico's history of unfulfilled potential
Friday’s CONCACAF qualifying
matches will go a long way to clarifying who will represent the region in 2014
in Brazil. The United States and Costa Rica are already in, while a victory for
Honduras would see it grab a spot in the intercontinental playoffs at...

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Anyone interested in a little reading before (or during) the Gold Cup semi-finals tonight...Or if you're just interested in how sport and race intersect...
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