Spring Calendar

All meetings to be held in Kelly 114, at 4:30 p.m.

with the exception of the May 16 session, which will take place at 12 p.m..

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April 4

José C. Moya,

“Anarchism in Belle Époque Buenos Aires: An International Perspective”

[Commented by  Aiala Levy]

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April 18

José Luis Ramos,

“Oil and US-Mexican Relations during the 1920s”

[Commented by Casey Lurtz]

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May 16

James Brennan,

“Missing Bones: The ‘Dirty War’ in Córdoba, Argentina”

[Commented by Chris Dunlap]

Kelly 114, 12:00 p.m.

(Please note the change of our usual time to noon)

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May 23

Ramaesh Bhagirat,

“Celebrating Diversity, Exacerbating Divisions:

Race and Guyanese Nation-Building through the Caribbean Festival of the Arts, 1972”

 [Commented by María E. Balandrán]

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May 30

Amanda Hartzmark,

“Businessmen, Productivity and Lobbying in the Southern Brazilian Sugar Industry, 1930-1959”

[Commented by Soraia Dornelles]

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Hendrik Kraay, The “Barbarous Game”: Entrudo in Early 19th-Century Brazil

The Latin American History Workshop is pleased to host its first meeting of 2013…

 

Hendrik Kraay,
Professor, Department of History, University of Calgary
The Barbarous Game: Entrudo in Early Nineteenth-Century Brazil
Thursday, January 10, 2013, Kelly 114, 4:30 p.m.
[Commented by Aiala Levy]

 

 

 

Winter 2013 Calendar

Winter Calendar

All meetings to be held in Kelly 114, at 4:30 p.m.

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January 10

Hendrik Kraay,

Professor, Dept. of History, University of Calgary,

“The ‘Barbarous Game’: Entrudo in Early Nineteenth-Century Brazil”

[Commented by Aiala Levy]

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January 24

Aiala Levy,

“The Provincial Capital Gets a Proper Theater:

The São José Theater of São Paulo, 1854-1898”

[Commented by Emilio de Antuñano]

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February 7

Jaclyn Sumner,

“Infrastructural Development in Early Porfirian Tlaxcala”

[Commented by Nicole Mottier]

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 February 21

Diana Schwartz,

“Applied Ethnography: Reconnaissance

and the Initial Relocation Efforts in the Papaloapan, 1947-1953”

[Commented by Meghan Morris]

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March 7

Casey Lurtz,

“Dividing Land, Consolidating Property:

The Mexican Land and Colonization Company in the Soconusco, Chiapas, 1890-1910”

   [Commented by Chris Gatto]

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