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LAHW 2016 Winter Quarter Schedule

Multicultural Inclusion through Afro-Creole Indigeneity: State Ritual and Afro-Creole Performative Culture in Post-Colonial Guyana, 1964–1970s Ramaesh J. Bhagirat

Fellow and Visiting Instructor, History, Kenyon College January 14, 2016, 4:30-6PM

Kelly Hall, Room 114



Illegal Enslavement and International Relations on the Southern Border of the Brazilian Empire

Keila Grinberg

Tinker Visiting Professor, CLAS/Associate Professor, History, UNIRIO

January 28, 2016, 4:30-6PM

Kelly Hall, Room 114



Territory, Indianidad, and the State in the Papaloapan, Mexico Diana Schwartz

PhD candidate, History

February 11, 2016 4:30-6PM

Kelly Hall, Room 114



ABACC and the Evolution of Nuclear Verification between Argentina and Brazil, 1978–1992

Chris Dunlap

PhD candidate, History

February 25, 2016, 4:30-6PM

Kelly Hall, Room 114



Theaters and the Creation of an Urban Public in São Paulo, Brazil

Aiala Levy

PhD candidate, History

March 3, 2016, 4:30-6PM

Rosenwald, Room 405



U.S. Imperialism and Mexican Drug Policy, 1912–1927: A Reassessment

Isaac Campos

Associate Professor, History, University of Cincinnati/ Visiting Scholar, Harvard University March 10, 2016, 4:30-6PM

Kelly Hall, Room 114

Next Week, October 22: Emilio de Antuñano, PhD Candidate, History

The Latin American History Workshop is pleased to present,
Emilio de Antuñano, PhD Candidate, History
“Urbanization through Colonias Proletarias in Mid-Century Mexico City: Colonia Gabriel Ramos Millán”
Thrusday, October 22, 2015, 4:30-6PM, Kelly Hall, Room 114 
(Discussant Chris Gatto, PhD Candidate, Department of History)
Attached here, Introduction to LAHW ReadersColonia Proletaria Ramos Millan you will find Emilio de Antuñano’s dissertation chapter and a brief note/introduction to the LAHW participants. Any questions or concerns, please email the workshop coordinator, Marcel Anduiza, at

LAHW Fall 2015

The University of Chicago

Latin American History Workshop, Fall 2015

(All Meetings in Kelly 114, Thursdays 4:30-6:00, Unless Otherwise Noted)

Oct. 1: Joint Reception: Sponsored by the Latin American History Workshop and the Workshop on Latin America and the Caribbean


Oct. 8: Chris Gatto, “From Cochineal to Coffee: The Making of a New Rural Society in Miahuatlán, Oaxaca, 1780-1880.”


Oct 22: Emilio de Antuñano, “Urbanization through colonias proletarias in Mid-century Mexico City: Colonia Gabriel Ramos Millán.”


Nov. 5: Paul Gillingham, “Journalism, Satire and Censorship in Mexico, c.1945-c.1965.”


Nov. 19: Pablo Palomino, “Global History of Modern Latin America from the Perspective of Musical Practices and Networks.”


Dec. 3: Brian Delay, “Revolution Retail: U.S. Arms Markets and the Independence of Haiti and Spanish America.”