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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 msa@uchicago.edu
Best,

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.”