TUESDAY / FULL SCHEDULE
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TUESDAY 8:30AM - 5:00PM
001 // MTG - Meeting - Tuesday, 8:30am - 5:00pm, Flamboyan
National borders, securitization and migration insecurity
Contact Person: Sara Z Poggio, University of Maryland/Baltimore
County
TUESDAY 1:00PM - 5:00PM
002 // MTG - Meeting - Tuesday, 1:00pm - 5:00pm, Tropical A
Exploring the Dynamics of China-Caribbean Relations
Sponsor: Asia and the Americas Section and Open Society
Contact Person: Adrian H Hearn, University of Melbourne
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003 // HUM - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Ponce de
Leon C
Acontecimientos traumáticos, desplazamiento y experiencia
Chair: Jeimy Alejandra Arias Castano, Universidad Nacional de
Colombia
Armero, el Nevado del Ruiz y 1985: implicaciones de un
acontecimiento traumático: Nicolas Rodriguez, Université de
Montréal
Organización campesina en el Alto Sinú (Colombia): reflexiones a
partir de un proceso comunitario: Jeimy Alejandra Arias
Castano, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Settling Accounts in the Aftermath of the 1970s Mexican guerra
sucia: Fernando H Calderon, University of Northern Iowa
So Near and Yet So Far: Nationalism and Identity among Brazilian
Exiles in Chile: Mila Burns, The Graduate Center, City
University of New York
The past and the present for Families of the Disappeared in
Japanese Community in Argentina: Chie I Ishida, Japan Society
for Promotion of Science
004 // LST - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Flamingo D
Apandos: Narrating Imprisonments and Unveiling the Crises of
Coexistence in the Americas
Session Organizer: Noe E Bautista, New York University
Chair: Giselle V Vitaliti, University of Michigan
The Penitentiary and Penitential Rites in Asturias’s El Señor
Presidente: John S Marchese, University of Notre Dame
Undesired Proximities: The Aesthetics of Disgust and the Subaltern
Nadien in El Apando: Noe E Bautista, New York University
Uncovering the absent jungle in El zorro de arriba y el zorro de
abajo: Giselle V Vitaliti, University of Michigan
Museo Travesti del Peru: a different national project: jose chueca,
Stony Brook University
005 // CSS - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Conference 7
Before and After a Pedagogy of the Oppressed: From Cold War
Politics to 21st-Century Social Action
Session Organizer: Courtney J Campbell, University of London
Chair: Courtney J Campbell, University of London
The Making of A Pedagogy of the Oppressed: Courtney J Campbell,
University of London
A Missionary “Pedagogy of the Oppressed:” Finding Freire in the
Eastern Nicaraguan Wilds during the Long Sixties: Ryne Clos,
University of Notre Dame
A Pedagogical Approach to Activism in Argentina: The Frente de
Organizaciones en Lucha: Steven G Araujo, University of
California/Santa Cruz
Discussant: Andrew J Kirkendall, Texas A&M University
006 // CUL - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Conference 8
Computing in Zones of Conflict: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
from Latin America
Chair: Anita J Chan, University of Illinois
Urban Rebot 2.0: Un Loquer, hackerspace en la Medellín del
Conflicto y la Innovación: Rodulfo A Castiblanco Carrasco;
Anita J Chan, University of Illinois
Precarious Mothers and Emergent Infant Mortality: Debating
Bolivia’s Traditional Medicine Policy as a Technology of
Inclusion: Rico K Kleinstein Chenyek, University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign
New Materialities in the Chilean Andes: Nature, Conflict and
Technologies of Mining Production: Karla Palma Millanao,
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Individual Expressions and Collective Actions: Digital Artistic
Practices in Colombia: Isabel C Restrepo Acevedo
Decoding Peripherals: “Propriety” and Emerging Classes of
Computing in Colombia in the 80s: Fabian M Prieto Ñañez,
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
007 // LST - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Flamingo C
Desafíos para crear, proteger y promover la literatura
Chair: Lourdes M González Herrero, UNEAC
La política cultural hacia las provincias: precariedad económica vs.
inclusión: Aida Bahr, UNEAC
Editoriales provinciales: márgenes y autonomía: Lourdes M
González Herrero, UNEAC
Bibliodiversidad en América Latina: El valioso modelo de la
editorial Cuarto Propio en Chile: Nancy J Tille Victorica,
Armstrong State University
El libro y la producción científica: desafíos contemporáneos de la
edición universitaria en Argentina: Alejandro Dujovne, CISIDES/CONICET
008 // DEF - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, San Cristobal
C
El crimen organizado en América Latina y el Caribe:
instituciones, actores, información y escenarios
Sponsor: FLACSO Sede Ecuador-RELASEDOR
Session Organizer: Fredy Rivera-Velez, FLACSO Ecuador
Chair: Fredy Rivera-Velez, FLACSO Ecuador
Delitos ambientales y crimen organizado: el caso de la tala ilegal
de madera en la Amazonía peruana: Johanna P Espin,
University of Florida
Policy Responses and Gang Related Homicides in Jamaica: Tarik T
Weekes, Violence Prevention Alliance-Jamaica Chapter
¿Por qué no se despenalizan las drogas? Razones de la vigencia de
una política fallida: Daniel K Pontón Cevallos, FLACSO Sede
Ecuador
Segregación y violencia urbana: entre la especulación y el
narcotráfico. El caso de Rosario, Argentina: Martín Scarpacci,
FLACSO Sede Ecuador
009 // LTC - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, San
Geronimo Ballroom A
Exclusiones históricas y sociales: respuestas desde la narrativa
hispanoamericana contemporánea
Chair: Carmen I Pérez-Marín, Universidad de Puerto Rico
La memoria como recurso de identidad en La maravillosa vida
breve de Oscar Wao: Manuel A Aponte Borrell, University of
Puerto Rico
Duerme: una historia apócrifa de México: Rebecca Carrero,
Universidad de Puerto Rico/Rio Piedras
Representaciones marginales de cuatro personajes femeninos de
Gioconda Belli: Wanda M Cosme Montalvo
La novela negra y el Boom hispanoamericano: Espectros y
asesinos: Xiomara H Feliberty-Casiano, University of Puerto
Rico
La exclusión y precariedad del héroe moderno en El sueño del celta
de Mario Vargas Llosa: Desimarie Quintana González
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010 // LTC - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, San
Cristobal E
Fronteras, desplazamientos y exclusiones en la literatura y cine
latinoamericanos
Chair: Hilma N Zamora-Breckenridge, Valparaiso University
La distancia entre nosotros de Reyna Grande: testimonio de
desplazados y exclusiones en la nueva literatura chicana.:
Alejandra Rengifo, Central Michigan University
Paraíso Travel y el concepto de viaje en un mundo marcado por la
exclusión y la marginalidad: Hilma N Zamora-Breckenridge,
Valparaiso University
Siervo sin tierra de Eduardo Caballero Calderón: Denuncia vigente
de la exclusión del campesinado colombiano al derecho de
propiedad agraria.: Carlos Federico Rengifo
Exclusiones cosmopolitas: la construcción social del espacio
urbano y la crisis de representación en la obra de Carlos
Fuentes y Roberto Bolaño: Roberto Mendoza-Farías, Central
Michigan University
Discussant: Michele C Dávila-Gonçalves, Salem State University
011 // HEA - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Boardroom 2
Healthcare challenges and transformations under neoliberalism
Sponsor: Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO),
Toronto
Session Organizer: Doris Grinspun, Registered Nurses Association
of Ontario
Chair: Jaime LLambias-Wolff, York University
Legal institutionality in the establishment of a market model of
health care in Chile: 1973–1989: Jaime LLambias-Wolff, York
University
Expanding medical tourism in the Americas: Economic benefit or
health curse?: Doris Grinspun, Registered Nurses Association of
Ontario
Unbillable and formidable care: Child and maternity health care
during neoliberalism in Colombia: Cesar E Abadia-Barrero,
University of Connecticut
012 // OTS - Workshop - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am,
Conference 5
Imagining Epistemologies Otherwise in the Americas
Session Organizer: Julia Roth, University of Bielefeld
Chair: Anne Tittor, University of Bielefeld
Presenters: Manuela Boatca, Freie Universität Berlin
Claudia Rauhut, Institute of Latin American Studies, Freie
Universität Berlin
Julia Roth, University of Bielefeld
Racismo y exclusión de migrantes en Chile: entre lo visible e
invisible: Macarena Bonhomme Cousiño, Goldsmiths,
University of London
Intersectionality and Latino Immigrants in Georgia: Kenneth M
Williamson, Kennesaw State University
Multiple Identities: The Chinese Diaspora in Puerto Rico: Carlos E
Rodriguez Iglesias, University of Puerto Rico - Rio Piedras
¿Qué es ser un joven pobre en Cuba? Los jóvenes cubanos entran
en contradicción.: Irena Reyes Soca
015 // LTC - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Murphy 1
Márgenes, violencia y narrativa
Chair: Juliana Martínez, American University
The Writer as a Listener: Understanding War Through
Compassion.: Gabriela Polit, University of Texas/Austin
The Theater of War in Colombia: Maria Helena Rueda, Smith
College; Frederic C Schaffer, University of Massachusetts
Amherst
Violencias en la narrativa de Tomás González: Juanita C Aristizabal
Peraza, Pitzer College
¿”Pero sigo siendo el rey”? Rewriting the narcocorrido:
masculinity, language and violence in Los trabajos del reino
and Narco cultura.: Juliana Martínez, American University
016 // CIT - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Foyer A
Neoliberalism and City Hall: Alternatives and Acquiescence in
the Latin American Metropolis
Session Organizers: Paul G Dosh, Macalester College
Benjamin S Goldfrank, Seton Hall University
Chairs: Paul G Dosh, Macalester College
Fernando Carrión Mena, FLACSO Ecuador
The Broad Front’s 25 Years in Montevideo: Good Government or
Machine Politics?: Benjamin S Goldfrank, Seton Hall
University
Análisis de la Participación Ciudadana: Una Clave para Definir la
Autodenominada Izquierda Contemporánea en la Ciudad de
Quito: Paul Ponce Solórzano
Metropolitan Mayors Against Neoliberalism? Urban Development
and the Center-Left in Lima and Mexico City: Paul G Dosh,
Macalester College; Julia Smith, ITAM
Discussant: Heather A Sullivan, Hamilton College
013 // FIL - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Boardroom 1
Journalism, Media, and the Memory of the Past in Film
Chair: Megan L Corbin, West Chester University
Chacabuco: A Cinematic Palimpsest of Memory: Megan L Corbin,
West Chester University
Para una nueva justificación del poder: hagiografía y nueva
narrativa del pasado en Eva de la Argentina de María Seoane:
Matias Beverinotti, University of Michigan
Discussant: Alfredo A Fernandez, Texas A&M University/Prairie
View
017 // CUL - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Boardroom 3
Performing the Plantation 1: Visual Culture
Sponsor: Organizers: Odette Casamayor-Cisneros and Guillermina
De Ferrari
Chair: Guillermina De Ferrari, University of Wisconsin/Madison
The Medium is Sugar: The Legacies of the Sugar Plantation in
Contemporary Art: Marcela C Guerrero Medina, Hammer
Museum
Sensation and Ghostliness in Joscelyn Gardner’s multimedia
installations: Guillermina De Ferrari, University of
Wisconsin/Madison
The Autoethnographic Weave of Plantation Poker: The Merkin
Stories by Joscelyn Gardner: Nicole M Fadellin King,
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Discussant: Gerard L Aching, Cornell University
014 // MLD - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Murphy 2
Migración, raza, etnia y otras interseccionalidades
018 // TRA - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, San
Cristobal F
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Peripheral Projects: Nation Building in “Empty Spaces” from
Baja California to La Pampa
Session Organizer: Sky M Johnston, University of California, San
Diego
Chair: Troy A Kokinis, UC San Diego
Failed Missions of Inclusion: The Dry Climate of California
Thwarts German Jesuit Missionaries: Sky M Johnston,
University of California, San Diego
To Govern is to Depopulate the Pyrenees: Basque Identity and
Hispanidad in Argentina, 1870-1939: Troy A Kokinis, UC San
Diego
Humanitarian Disappointments: The Case of Southeast Asian
Refugees in Dirty War Argentina: Jael Vizcarra, University of
California, San Diego
The Border as Fertile Desert: The Case of Mexican-American
Deportees in Tijuana: Mael Vizcarra, Emory University
Discussant: Rachel S O'Toole, University of California/Irvine
019 // PIP - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Conference 4
Political Reform in Cuba
Bureaucratic Change and Economic Reform: Administrative
decentralization under the 2011 Cuban Guidelines: Sharon L
Wrobel, University of Memphis
Atributos De Capacidad Institucional: Posibles Instrumentos Para
Gestionar A Nivel Local En Cuba Hoy.: Dayane Proenza
Gonzalez, Universidad de La Habana
La construcción de un nuevo modelo de desarrollo socialista en la
sociedad cubana actual: continuidad, rupturas y emergencias.:
Concepción Nieves Ayús, Instituto de Filosofia de La Habana
020 // CUL - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Ponce de
Leon B
Políticas culturales, derechos y ciudadanía: precariedades y
emergencias
Chair: Mareia Quintero Rivera, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Desafíos y promesas: participación ciudadana y diseño de política
cultural democrática: Lissette Rolón-Collazo, University of
Puerto Rico-Mayaguez
Los sistemas de información cultural y las políticas para el
desarrollo de las industrias culturales: Javier J Hernandez
Reimaginar el desarrollo: un reto de política cultural: Mareia
Quintero Rivera, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Discussant: Pedro A Reina, University of Puerto Rico
021 // ECO - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Ceiba
Políticas sociales: moderando y reproduciendo las
marginaciones sociales en Argentina
Session Organizer: Pilar P Arcidiacono, UBA-CONICET
Brechas de bienestar en argentina: Gustavo G Gamallo,
Universidad de Buenos Aires
Diez años de políticas de trasferencias de ingreso en argentina
(2003-13). Tensiones políticas en un esquema de alta cobertura
y fragmentación: Pilar P Arcidiacono, UBA-CONICET
Políticas sociales y ampliación de derechos en la Argentina.
Obligatoriedad educativa, derecho a la educación y formación
para el trabajo: Esther Debora Levy, Universidad de Buenos
Aires
Derecho a la Alimentación Adecuada en Argentina. Acerca de los
“Indicadores de progreso para la medición de derechos
contemplados en el Protocolo de San Salvador” para la
producción de información.: Maximiliano Carrasco,
Universidad de Buenos Aires
Discussant: Lorena Balardini, Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA)
022 // AFR - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Tropical B
Recognition and Denial: Race and Ethnicity in Latin America.
Chairs: Brian W Conz, Westfield State University
Dario H Vasquez Padilla, UMass Amherst
El racismo dentro de las tradiciones de los afrodescendientes:
Victor Manuel Betancourt Estrada, Sociedad Étnica Ifá Iranlówo
Bio-cultural Texts for Civic Learning: Reading Diversity,
Subsistence and Survival in Stann Creek, Belize: Brian W Conz,
Westfield State University
Expanding Ideas of Mexicanidad: Possibilities for Government
Recognition of Afro-Mexicans as a Population: Savannah N
Carroll, Afro-American Studies, University of Massachusetts
Amherst
023 // CIT - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Salon del Mar
A
Revisiting the Panamerican Movement
Chair: Marysa Navarro Aranguren, Dartmouth College, DRCLAS Harvard University
The National Paper and Type Company and the business of
Panamericanism: Ana Maria Serna, Instituto José María Luis
Mora
The Early Pan-American Conferences and the Balance of Power in
Late Nineteenth-Century Latin America: Sergio SilvaCastañeda, ITAM
Pan-Americanism. Its Early Years.: Marysa Navarro Aranguren,
Dartmouth College, DRCLAS - Harvard University
024 // GEN - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Caribe
Social Movements, Gender, and Colonialism
Chair: Isabel G Guzzardo, University of Puerto Rico
Black Women’s Policed Bodies and Sexual Expression: Fanon’s
Oversights in Claude McKay’s Banana Bottom: Isabel G
Guzzardo, University of Puerto Rico
Evaluating the Effects of Microfinance on Women's Political
Empowerment: Lindsey E Richardson, University of
Colorado/Boulder
Women, Natural Resources, and Grassroots Social Movements in
Mexico: Maria L Cruz-Torres, Arizona State University
Rompiendo la dicotomía colonizado/colonizador en Sor Catalina de
Jesús Herrera: Diana Serrano, Armstrong Atlantic State
University
025 // ECO - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Conference 9
Social responsability
Sponsor: Marcelo Paixão
Chair: Priscilla P Vaz, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Institutions, Firms, and Communities: Explaining Social Response
to Chinese Investment in Latin America: Kerry Ratigan,
Amherst College
Reprodución de la pobreza familiar y transformaciones en el
régimen de bienestar cubano. Retos ante nuevas emergencias:
Angela Isabel Peña Farias, Universidad de La Habana
Socially responsible enterprise in Cuba: a positive role model for
Corporate Social Responsibility?: Stephen H Wilkinson,
International Institute for the Study of Cuba
Solidarity Economy in Brazil: an effective model of people-driven
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territorial development?: Priscilla P Vaz, University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill
026 // LST - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Flamingo B
Specters of the Vanguard
Session Organizers: Travis W Williams, University of Michigan
Matthew S Johnson, Indiana University
Chair: Travis W Williams, University of Michigan
Art, Violence, and the Avant-Garde in Roberto Bolaño’s 2666:
Travis W Williams, University of Michigan
The Afterlife of Estrangement as Literary Device in Matilde
Sánchez’s El desperdicio: Matthew S Johnson, Indiana
University
Apocryphal Memory and Displacing the Chronological Past:
Reconfigurations of Time in Bolaño’s Amuleto: Tamara L
Mitchell, Indiana University
Playing the Game of Fort and Da: The Disappeared in Recent
Argentine Cinema: Ali Kulez, University of Southern California
Discussant: Brett S Levinson, State University of New
York/Binghamton
027 // SMP - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Conference 3
States and Their Others: Rule as Process in the Andes
Session Organizer: Christopher Krupa, University of Toronto
Chair: Lesley Gill, Vanderbilt University
State Realism and Political Phenomenology in the Andes:
Christopher Krupa, University of Toronto
The Rule of Gas in Bolivia: Bret D Gustafson, Washington
University/St. Louis
State Formation and Class Politics in Colombia: Lesley Gill,
Vanderbilt University
Discussant: David L Nugent, Emory University
028 // LTC - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Flamboyan
Teatralidad y espacio social: miradas a un cruce
Chair: Dianelis Diéguez La O, Consejo Nacional de Artes Escénicas
El cine y el teatro, testimonio político para Cuba: Lilián Broche
Moreno, Casa Editorial Tablas-Alarcos
Lo real como utopía en el joven teatro cubano. Breve aproximación:
Karina Pino Gallardo, Casa Editorial Tablas-Alarcos
Diálogos entre la gestión pública y alternativa en la escena cubana:
Dianelis Diéguez La O, Consejo Nacional de Artes Escénicas
Tejidos sonoros para representar lo social: Corporalidades y
discursos sonoros de la escena latinoamericana: Andy
Arencibia Concepción, Consejo Nacional de las Artes Escénicas
(CNAE)
030 // CUL - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Murphy 6
Visualidades: artes, cidades e subjetividades
Session Organizer: Ludmila L Brandão, Universidade Federal de
Mato Grosso
Chair: Mário Cezar S Leite, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso
Espaço, Visibilidade e Cidadania: Nizia M Villaça, Universidade
Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Visualidades em Mato Grosso: arte se faz na ponta da saída e não
na ponta da entrada: Larissa Menendez
Os meios de contraste na obra “Souzousareta Geijutsuka” de Yuri
Firmeza: desnudando a colonialidade da arte.: Ludmila L
Brandão, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso
031 // CUL - Workshop - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am,
Conference 10
Wielding Words: Power, Culture & Politics in Translation of
Cuban Literature
Chair: Sara E Cooper, California State University/Chico
Presenters: Mirta G Yañez Quiñoa, Unión de Escritores y Artistas de
Cuba
Cayetana Nancy Morejón Hernández, Casa de las Américas
Jeffrey C Barnett, Washington and Lee University
Uva De Aragón, Florida International University
Barbara D Riess, Allegheny College
032 // HIS - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Executive
Boardroom
World War I and the Inclusive-Exclusion of Puerto Rican
Soldiers
Sponsor: Puerto Ricans in US history Workshop
Chair: Charles R Venator Santiago, University of Connecticut
Race and the Naturalization of Puerto Rican Soldiers at The Dawn
of the First World War: The 1914 Military Appropriations Act’s
Citizenship Provision: Charles R Venator Santiago, University
of Connecticut
Camp las Casas: Una historia de guerra y racismo en Puerto Rico
en tiempos de la Primera Guerra Mundial (1917-1918): Silvia
Alvarez Curbelo, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Migrating Soldiers: The Puerto Rican Diaspora and Military
Service: Harry Franqui-Rivera, Hunter College
Discussant: Robert J Cottrol, George Washington University
029 // ART - Panel - Wednesday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Salon del
Mar B
Visual Art: A Method of Cultural Communication and
Education in the Era of New Technology
Session Organizer: Diógenes Ballester, Diogenes Ballester Studio
LLC
Diógenes Ballester: Manifesto of an Arteologist: Diógenes Ballester,
Diogenes Ballester Studio LLC
Tontxi (Jose Antonio Vazquez): The Point of Aspect (La Punta Del
Aspecto): Jose A Vazquez
Printmaking Collaborations as a Means of Understanding and
Expressing Views about Modern Conditions and Cultural
Realities: Pepe D Coronado, Coronado printstudio
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033 // ECO - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Executive
Boardroom
A pobreza em foco nos Programas de Transferência de Renda
na América Latina e Caribe
Session Organizer: Maria Ozanira S Silva, Universidade Federal do
Maranhão
Chair: Maria Ozanira S Silva, Universidade Federal do Maranhão
Aportes teóricos de fundamentação dos programas de transferência
de renda na América Latina e Caribe: pobreza, focalização,
capital humano e capital social: Maria Ozanira S Silva,
Universidade Federal do Maranhão
Contextualização socioeconômica e política dos programas de
transferência de renda na América Latina e Caribe: Valéria A
Lima, Universidade Federal do Maranhão
Dimensões qualificadoras dos programas de transferência de renda
na América Latina e Caribe: Salviana de Maria P Santos Sousa,
Universidade Federal do Maranhão (UFMA)
034 // TRA - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Murphy 2
Alien, Subversive, Recalcitrant: Migrants, Exiles, and Cultural
Brokers in Latin American Transnational Anarchist
Movements, 1880s-1940s
Chair: Kirwin R Shaffer, Penn State University
Anarchist Migrations and Transatlantic Homelands in Spain and
Argentina, 1880-1940: James A Baer, Northern Virginia
Community College
Argentine and Chilean Anarchist Exiles and the Making of Peru’s
Anarchist Movement, 1900-1919: Steven J Hirsch, Washington
University in St. Louis
International Solidarities and Militant Soul-Searching in Classical
Latin American Anarchism’s Twilight: The American
Continental Workers’ Association (ACAT) in 1929: Geoffroy de
Laforcade, Norfolk State University
Discussant: Kirwin R Shaffer, Penn State University
035 // HIS - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, San
Cristobal G
América y el nacionalismo español, siglo XX.
Chair: Marcela A García Sebastiani, Universidad Complutense de
Madrid
Los “Santuarios de la Raza”: la geografía imaginada del pasado
imperial español: David Marcilhacy, Université Paris-Sorbonne
América en la geografía del nacionalismo español: los festejos del
12 de octubre, del tardofranquismo a la democracia.: Marcela A
García Sebastiani, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
La identidad española en el Museo de América de Madrid.: Marisa
González de Oleaga, Universidad Nacional de Educación a
Distancia (UNED)
036 // MLD - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, San
Geronimo Ballroom B
Between a Rock and a Hard Place: (Im)migration and its
Transformational Impact on Gender, Class and Ethnic
Identities
Session Organizer: Jacqueline M Hayes, University of
Albany/SUNY
Chair: Rafael Gomez, University at Albany, SUNY
Crossing Borders, Re-signifying Roles: Peruvian Women Workers in
Chile: Leila Juzam Pucheu, University of California/Berkeley
International Migration, Remittances, and Gender: A Qualitative
Study of the Peruvian Province of Callao: Arinka A Abad, State
University of New York/Albany
Havana and Miami as Receiver Cities of Cuban Immigrants: A
Study of Migratory Policies: Lilian Gomez, Centro Felix Varela
(ONG)
Fighting for Protection: Undocumented Workers and Labor
Organizing in New York State: Jacqueline M Hayes, University
of Albany/SUNY
037 // INT - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Ponce de
Leon A
Brazil’s Foreign Policy: Is there anything new? Do we need new
lenses?
Chair: Ana o Margheritis, University of Southampton
Is there a theory of Brazilian foreign policy?: Sean W Burges,
Australian National University
Brazil’s South-South Cooperation in the field of Education: Actors,
Agendas, and Foreign Policy Priorities: Carlos R S Milani,
IESP-UERJ
From Rule-Taker to Rule-Maker and Agenda-Setter? Brazil’s Role
in Global Economic Governance: Mahrukh Doctor, University
of Hull
Discussant: Joseph C Marques, Brazil Institute, Kings College,
London
038 // SEC - Workshop - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Las
Olas
Bridging Scholarly Divides: Open Access Publishing in Latin
American Studies
Sponsor: Scholarly Communication and Research
Session Organizer: Pamela M Graham, Columbia University
Chair: Pamela M Graham, Columbia University
Presenters: Domínique Babini Saugy, CLACSO
Eduardo Aguado-Lopez, Redalyc.org
Arianna Becerril-Garcia, Universidad Autonoma del Estado de
Mexico
Alicia Girón, Instituto de Investigaciones Económicas/UNAM
Héctor González Lima, IIEc - UNAM
039 // PIP - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Caribe
Brokers and Clientelism
Chair: Gilles Serra, Centro de Investigacion y Docencia Economicas
CIDE
Democratic Accountability: Issue Congruence and Clientelism in
Latin America: Zoila I Ponce de Leon Seijas, UNC Chapel Hill
Motivated Brokers: Tesalia Rizzo, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology
Challenges of an electoral democracy: Illegal campaign finance and
vote buying in Mexico: Gilles Serra, Centro de Investigacion y
Docencia Economicas CIDE
Compensating Governors for their Territorial Support: Presidential
Politics and Distribution in Developing Federal Democracies:
Lucas I Gonzalez, CONICET/Universidad Católica ArgentinaUniversidad Nacional de San Martin
040 // DEF - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Ceiba
Central America from Behind Bars
Session Organizer: Julienne Weegels, Centre for Latin American
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Research and Documentation CEDLA
Chair: Dennis Rodgers, University of Glasgow
Doing the Numbers: Central American Incarceration Rates and
Gang Membership Estimates in Comparative Perspective:
Robert E Brenneman, Saint Michael's College
Disposing of Delinquents: Change and Violence in a Nicaraguan
Prison: Julienne Weegels, Centre for Latin American Research
and Documentation CEDLA
The Barrio and the Prison in Guatemala: Paolo Grassi
‘I’ve seen things you wouldn’t believe…’: The changing experience
of incarceration in Nicaragua: Dennis Rodgers, University of
Glasgow
Discussant: Gareth Jones, London School of Economics and
Political Science
041 // MLD - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, San
Cristobal D
Central American-U.S. Migration and Discourses of
“Humanitarian Crisis” - Part 1
Session Organizer: Joseph L Wiltberger, California State University,
Northridge
Chair: Daniel R Reichman, University of Rochester
The (Im)Possibilities of the Politics of (In)visible Victims: Human
Rights Defenders Discourses on Undocumented Transmigrants
in Mexico: Priscilla M Solano, Lund University
Central American Migrant Narratives, Border Security, and
Constructions of “Humanitarian Crisis”: Joseph L Wiltberger,
California State University, Northridge
Migrant Journeys: everyday dangers and the construction of crisis:
Kathy Powell, National University of Ireland/Galway
042 // FIL - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, San
Cristobal E
Cine documental y nuevas subjetividades
Session Organizer: Antonio D Gómez, Tulane University
Chair: Laura M Martins, Louisiana State University
Testimonio y registro: la tecnología del yo en Luca de Rodrigo
Espina: Antonio D Gómez, Tulane University
Autoría, movilidad y subjetividad en el documental latinoamericano
contemporáneo: una topografía posible y el caso de La chica
del sur de José Luis García: Pablo Piedras, Universidad de
Buenos Aires, CONICET, UNILA
Subjetividades colectivas: espacios urbanos, documentales y artes
visuales en Puerto Rico: Anastasia Valecce, Spelman College
043 // CSS - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Conference
4
Crowds and Municipal Politics in São Paulo
Chair: Daniel J Gough, University of Chicago
The Virada Cultural: The Crowd as Cultural Movement and Urban
Revitalization at São Paulo's City Party: Daniel J Gough,
University of Chicago
A Parada Popularizada: São Paulo's LGBT Pride Parade as
Megaevent: Joseph J Sosa, University of Chicago
Songs Gathering Throngs for Electoral Love: Existe Amor em SP,
Fora do Eixo and the Political Expediency of Crowds in São
Paulo’s 2012 Mayoral Election.: Shannon Garland, Columbia
University
044 // MLD - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am,
Boardroom 1
Cultura, migraciones y relaciones internacionales en América
Latina y el Caribe
Sponsor: Red de Investigación Cultura, Sociedad y Política en el
Caribe
Session Organizer: Antonio Gaztambide-Géigel, Universidad de
Puerto Rico/Río Piedras
Chair: Rafael Meinardo Hernández Rodríguez, Revista Temas
: Los movimientos migratorios en América Latina y el Caribe en el
presente siglo.: Antonio Aja Díaz, Universidad de La Habana
Migraciones, cine y fronteras en el Caribe.: Marta Díaz Fernández,
Instituto Superior de Arte
Migraciones, relaciones internacionales y cultura compartida en el
Caribe: Antonio Gaztambide-Géigel, Universidad de Puerto
Rico/Río Piedras
045 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Wednesday, 10:00am 11:45am, San Cristobal A
Dislocación y desplazamiento en el Cono Sur: Tránsitos,
diásporas y relocalización de cuerpos y subjetividades en la
trama social y cultural Parte I
Sponsor: International Migrations
Chair: Cristian A Doña Reveco, Michigan State University
The Great War in ‘Il Plata’: Italians in Buenos Aires and
Montevideo during the First World War: John S Galante,
University of Pittsburgh
Social Transformations and International Migration: Southern Cone
Migration to the United States since the 1950s: Cristian A Doña
Reveco, Michigan State University
Uruguay’s Changing Patterns of International Migration and Policy
Implications: Jorge A Brea, Central Michigan University
046 // MLD - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am,
Almendros
Diásporas y migraciones en Cuba: impactos históricos y
desafíos presentes
Chair: Evarina Victoria Deulofeu Zamorano, Universidad de La
Habana
Cuba's Haitian-heritage Communities: Ethnicity, Race, Religion and
the Socialist Project: Grete Viddal, Harvard University
Diáspora irlandesa a Cuba e impacto en el pensamiento social
antillano.: Dúnyer Jesús Pérez Roque, Unión Nacional de
Historiadores de Cuba
Migración y turismo en Cuba: bases para el desarrollo local: Ivis
Gutiérrez Guerra, Universidad de La Habana
Emigración, inmigración, migración. Algunas notas desde la
mismidad.: Evarina Victoria Deulofeu Zamorano, Universidad
de La Habana
Discussant: Grete Viddal, Harvard University
047 // LAT - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Murphy 4
Economic Opportunity After the Great Recession: The Case of
Puerto Ricans and Other Latinos
Sponsor: Center for Puerto Rican Studies
Chair: Edwin J Meléndez, City University of New York/Hunter
College
Skin Color and Economic Opportunity for Puerto Ricans and Other
Latinos: Marjorie Ann Visser, University of California, Davis
Poverty and Extreme Poverty in Puerto Rico: Hector R CorderoGuzmán, City University of New York
Settlement Patterns, Socioeconomic Progress and Cultural Identity
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among Puerto Ricans in the Northeast: Jennifer Hinojosa,
University of Maryland, College Park
048 // AFR - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Tropical A
El espacio del racismo. Contextos de análisis por distintos
territorios
Session Organizer: Eduardo L Espinosa, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana/Xochimilco
Chair: Carmen Rosa Rea Campos, Universidad de Guanajuato
La construcción y el peso del discurso racial en las prácticas
sociales de los jóvenes de preparatoria en la ciudad de León,
Guanajuato: Carmen Rosa Rea Campos, Universidad de
Guanajuato
Se oye, se siente, incluso muestra sus rasgos primigenios: Gisela
Arandia Covarrubias, Unión de Escritores y Artistas de Cuba
Challenges and consequences of social mobility in Mapuche
indigenous people in Chile: Denisse S Sepúlveda, The
University of Manchester
Discussant: Monica G Moreno Figueroa, University of Cambridge
049 // SMP - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am,
Boardroom 2
Experiments in Social Change
Chair: Douglas Friedman, College of Charleston
Corporate Social Responsibility in Urabá, Colombia: Genuine
Change or On the Conveyor Belt to Nowhere?: David H Uzzell
Jr, University of Vermont/University at Albany SUNY
Lineamientos de la política económica y social del partido y la
Revolución and the Prospects for Civil Society Development in
Cuba: Douglas Friedman, College of Charleston
The State as Raw Material: Territory, Rent, and Finance in Largescale Territorial Acquisitions in Brazil: Anthony R Pahnke,
University of Minnesota/Twin Cities
050 // MAS - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Maguey
Graphic Narratives, Music, and Democracy
Chair: Sarah Dowman, University of Maryland
La animación argentina: Fontanarrosa en la pantalla: Geraldine
Annick Pellegrin, University of Mauritius
Punk Ass Queers: Performances of the Underground in the Works of
Martín Sorrondeguy: Sarah Dowman, University of Maryland
Understanding Maitena: The Invisible Art of Feminist
(De)Construction in Mujeres alteradas: Janis B Breckenridge,
Whitman College
Entre Pancho Villa y una Calavera de Cristal: apuntes sobre la
novela gráfica en México: Argelia González Hurtado, St.
Thomas University; Adonay M Guerrero Cortés, University of
New Brunswick
Discussant: Antonio Ernesto Guzmán, Cubavisión Internacional
051 // DEF - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, San
Geronimo Ballroom A
Historical Accounts to Violence in Central America
Session Organizers: Sebastian Huhn, University of Bielefeld
Hannes Warnecke, Universität Leipzig
Chair: Hannes Warnecke, Universität Leipzig
“For all who draw the sword will die by the sword”. Religious
dimensions to the accounts of violence, crime, and rehabilitation
in Central America: Maren Christensen Bjune, University of
Bergen
On the History of the Central American Crime Problem: Sebastian
Huhn, University of Bielefeld
This is How It Works: The 21st Century Guatemalan Police Hit
Squad: Victoria Sanford, City University of New York/Lehman
College
Historical Causes of Forms of Violence in San Salvador and Belize
City in Comparative Perspective: Hannes Warnecke, Universität
Leipzig
Discussant: Harry E Vanden, University of South Florida
052 // MLD - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, San
Cristobal F
International migration paradoxes: distributive justice and
migrants skills in Latin America
Session Organizer: Camelia Nicoleta Tigau, Universidad Nacional
Autónoma de México
Chair: Fernando Lozano Ascencio, CRIM-UNAM
Negotiating Social Class Identity in the Context of International
Migration:: Carmen Henne-Ochoa, Bucknell University
Mexican Skilled Migration to the US: a Gender Perspective:
Camelia Nicoleta Tigau, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de
México
Migración calificada en América Latina: debates y desafíos teóricometodológicos: Luciana Gandini, Instituto de Investigaciones
Jurídicas UNAM
Desequilibrios en el mercado laboral de profesionistas en México y
su relación con la migración internacional de mano de obra
calificada: Fernando Lozano Ascencio, CRIM-UNAM
Discussant: Sara Z Poggio, University of Maryland/Baltimore
County
053 // LST - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Flamingo
A
Jewish Latin America: Heterodoxias and Heresies
Chair: Raelene C Wyse, University of Texas at Austin
Del dogma a la herejía: la transformación del detective en
Leonardo Padura: Rosa M Sarabia, University of Toronto
Exploring Jewish Forms of Speaking to God: The Use of Apostrophe
in David Rosenmann-Taub’s Cortejo y epinicio: Raelene C
Wyse, University of Texas at Austin
Second Generation Exile and Return: Postmemory and Haunting in
Myriam Moscona’s Tela de sevoya: Charlotte Gartenberg,
CUNY Graduate Center
054 // SLS - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Tropical C
La Diversidad Sexual como expresión humana. Procesos de
transformación en América Latina.
Chair: Idianelys Santillano Cárdenas, Centro de Estudios Sobre la
Juventud
Conflictos familiares asociados a la diversidad sexual. Desafíos
para la Educación de la sexualidad.: Natividad Guerrero
Borrego, Centro Nacional de Educación Sexual (CENESEX)
Victimización secundaria de personas trans en América Latina: una
mirada hacia la discriminación en el ámbito del proceso
jurídico penal.: Manuel Vázquez Seijido, Centro Nacional de
Educación Sexual (CENESEX)
La reciente transformación de la Comunidad LGBT en Puerto Rico
y Cuba.: Wilfred Labiosa, Simmons College
Estrategia para la integración social de las personas transexuales
en el contexto actual de la sociedad cubana: Ramón Rivero
Pino, CENESEX
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055 // LSN - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Flamingo
D
La construcción de la identidad nacional antes y después de la
independencia
Chair: Virginia Aspe Armella, Universidad Panamericana
Remembering Home and Imagining Independence: The Spanish
American Jesuit Diaspora in Italy, 1767-1810: Luis Ramos,
NYU
Emancipation and independence in Francisco Xavier Clavijero's
Dissertations: Virginia Aspe Armella, Universidad
Panamericana
Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, reescrituras y prácticas de
“civilización y barbarie”, o del método y el exceso: María
Gabriela Mizraje, Instituto de Capacitación Parlamentaria,
Congreso de la Nación Argentina (ICAP)
Condor Pasa: The Re-Colonization of Latin America in the 19th
Century: Pedro Garcia-Caro, University of Oregon
Discussant: Yenisleidy Armas Méndez, Televisión Avileña
056 // LTC - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am,
Conference 5
Maps, Signs, and Motion Pictures: a visual discovery,
[re]creation, and [re]claiming of Latin American cultural
artifacts
Chair: Valerie A Hecht, College of Southern Nevada
Sign to Signficance: Neon as National Heritage in Santiago de
Chile: Valerie A Hecht, College of Southern Nevada
Esbozando la cultura popular nacional: Carteles del cine mexicano
de la Época de Oro: Valentina Velazquez-Zvierkova, Elmhurst
College
The Demise of the Ubiquitous Visual Tropes of Body and Space in
Alex Rivera’s Sleep Dealer and Amat Escalante’s Los
bastardos: Arturo R Vargas, Sonoma State University
The postnational as national: Ecuadorian cinema and the work of
Sebastián Cordero: Yarí M Pérez Marín, Durham University
057 // MAS - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Guayacan
Media on the Frontlines: Recording of Violence and Crime in
Latin America
Session Organizers: Ieva Jusionyte, University of Florida
M. Gabriela Torres, Wheaton College
Violence as Censorship in Modern Central America: Rick J
Rockwell, Webster University
Violated Women, Reason, and Lo Politico in the Imaginary of the
Guatemalan Nation: M. Gabriela Torres, Wheaton College
Media and Penal Populism in Argentina and Chile: Michelle D
Bonner, University of Victoria
Crimecraft: Police Violence, Journalism and News Publics on
Argentina’s Northern Border: Ieva Jusionyte, University of
Florida
Discussant: Winifred L Tate, Colby College
058 // EDU - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Murphy 5
Memoirs of rural education and stories of teaching work in
Brazil and Mexico
Session Organizer: Yolanda Padilla Rangel, Universidad Autónoma
de Aguascalientes
Aurélia de Souza Braga: história de vida contada por seus alunos
(1930-1945) em Belford Roxo/Rio de Janeiro: Kátia M Soares,
Fabel
Los Profesores De La Telesecundaria Y Sus Trayectorias
Profesionales: Recuento De La Travesía: Guadalupe Villaseñor
Mercado, SEGE
De que están hablando las maestras? La articulación de discursos
de género, trabajo y familia, que emergen en las narrativas
biográficas de dos profesoras de primaria mexicanas.: Zavala A
Adriana, Colegio de San Luis
“Vayamos con todo cariño a laborar por la educación del
campesino”. Los orígenes y desarrollo de la Escuela Normal
Rural de Tamatán, Tamaulipas, (1942-1969).: Yessenia Flores
059 // CIT - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Conference
6
Panel #1: "Paradox and Progress? Mega Projects, Planning and
Urban Impacts Across Latin American Cities"
Sponsor: Latin American Cities Working Group
Session Organizer: Julie C Gamble, University of
California/Berkeley
Chair: Andrea Marpillero-Colomina, The New School
Variáveis que impactam Grandes Projetos Urbanos no Brasil:
Betina Sarue, Center for Metropolitan Studies (CEM/Cepid);
Telma Hoyler, Universidade de São Paulo
Rolling out Transantiago: How Cultural and Political Paradigms
Bred Chaos in Chile’s Transportation Mega Project: Andrea
Marpillero-Colomina, The New School; Thomas Bassett,
American Planning Association
Mega Urban Projects and Path Dependence: Planning Quito’s
Future Metro Rail: Julie C Gamble, University of
California/Berkeley
060 // AFR - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Foyer C
Participación Política Indígena y Afrodecendiente
Chair: Sergio Miguel Huarcaya, Universidad del Pacífico
Indigenous Counterpublics and the Neoliberal State in Guatemala:
Lisa Maya Knauer, University of Massachusetts/Dartmouth
El Sumak Kawsay como elemento de una decolonización local en el
Ecuador: Philipp Altmann, Universidad Central del Ecuador
Indigenous Protest as a Performance Genre: Sergio Miguel
Huarcaya, Universidad del Pacífico
Prior consultation to indigenous and native peoples in Peru:
advances and setbacks: Paolo Andre Sosa Villagarcia, Instituto
de Estudios Peruanos
Etnocidio,destierro y simulacro estatal: la consulta previa entre los
afrocolombianos: Santiago Arboleda Quiñonez, Universidad
Andina Simón Bolívar- Quito
061 // CUL - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am,
Boardroom 3
Performing the Plantation 2: Literary approaches.
Sponsor: Organizers: Odette Casamayor-Cisneros and Guillermina
De Ferrari
The Specters of Slavery: Writing Sugar in the Cuban PostEmancipation Era: Kahlil Chaar-Pérez, University of Pittsburgh
Corporal Economies and the Canon of Deformity: The Literary
Lineage of Makandal: Samuel Ginsburg, University of
Texas/Austin
Emancipating the Undead: Affective Belonging in the Science
Fiction of Pedro Cabiya: Natalie L Belisle, University of
Wisconsin/Madison
The Persistence of the Plantation in Maryse Condé's "In the Time of
Revolution.": Jeannine Murray-Román, Reed College
Discussant: Sibylle Maria Fischer, New York University
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062 // FIL - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Conference
7
Political Economies and Film
Chair: Anita Simis, Universidade Estadual Paulista
Economia Política do Cinema: a exibição cinematográfica na
Argentina, Brasil e México: Anita Simis, Universidade Estadual
Paulista
Economía política del cine mexicano: de lo local a lo global: Lucila
Hinojosa Córdova, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
La obra fílmica de Fernando Eimbcke y José Luis Valle:
Emergencia y glocalización de un nuevo cine poético mexicano:
Júlia González de Canales Carcereny
063 // CIT - Workshop - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, San
Geronimo Ballroom C
Precariedades, exclusiones y emergencias en Ciudad Juárez
Chair: Maria Teresa Vazquez Castillo, Universidad Autonoma de
Ciudad Juarez
Presenters: César M Fuentes Flores, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte
Sergio Peña, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte
064 // LST - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Tropical B
Race and the Colonial Past in Modern Caribbean Literature
Chair: Juan C López, University of Oklahoma
Etnógrafo o humanista. Cambio de paradigma cultural caribeño
desde una relectura de Pedro Claver: Lina M Martinez
Hernandez, University of Pennsylvania
Jacques Viau Renaud: Primera voz poética domínico-haitiana en la
literatura dominicana: Sophie Maríñez, City University of New
York
Una vejez cool: lo gótico como memoria histórica en Vampiresas de
Marta Aponte Alsina: Juan C López, University of Oklahoma
Vientres esclavos en Puerto Rico: cadenas de victimización y
resistencia entre madres, matronas y nodrizas en narrativa
contemporánea.: Ivette M Guzmán-Zavala, Lebanon Valley
College
065 // LST - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Murphy 7
Remapping World Literatures Between Latin America and the
Middle East
Session Organizer: Amal Eqeiq, Williams College
Indigeneity in Palestinian and Mayan Literatures: Amal Eqeiq,
Williams College
Exiliados en Casa: Entre el “opsimista” de Haifa y la embajada
Quiteña: Shadi Rohana, UNAM
Escritores latinoamericanos de origen árabe entre generaciones y
traducciones: Ghadeer Abu Sneineh
Discussant: Gilberto Conde, El Colegio de México
066 // PIP - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Garita
Representação, participação e accountability em inovações
democráticas
Session Organizer: Wagner M Romão, Univ Est Campinas Unicamp
Chair: Carla Giani G Martelli, UNESP
Em busca do sentido político de processos participativos: uma
tipologia das conferências nacionais de políticas públicas no
Brasil: Wagner M Romão, Univ Est Campinas Unicamp
Gênero e representação política nos Conselhos Gestores no Brasil:
Lígia H Lüchmann, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Conferências municipais: setores de políticas públicas e a
diversidade de seus participantes: Carla Giani G Martelli,
UNESP
Instituições participativas na era da internet: aprimorando a
accountability?: Debora R Rezende de Almeida, Universidade
de Brasilia
Designing Deliberation: The Structure of Participatory Budgeting
and Wellbeing in Brazil: Michael Touchton, Boise State
University
Discussant: Benjamin S Goldfrank, Seton Hall University
067 // CIT - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Foyer A
Retos y experiencias de decentralización
Chair: Thamara C Strelec, State University of Campinas
Agência Local e Indução Federal: a Política de Habitação em
Recife e Curitiba: Hellen Guicheney, Universidade de São Paulo
(USP)
Consórcios públicos: panorama atual e perspectivas para a
cooperação federativa no Brasil: Thamara C Strelec, State
University of Campinas
The metropolitan challenge for decentralization in Chile: Arturo
Orellana, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
068 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Wednesday, 10:00am 11:45am, San Cristobal B
Rio By Night, 1840s-1940s
Sponsor: Brazil
Chair: Henrique Espada Rodrigues Lima Filho, Universidade
Federal de Santa Catarina
The Twilight of Slavery in the City that Didn't Sleep: Rio de Janeiro
in the late 19th Century and the Politics of Nightfall: Amy E
Chazkel, City University of New York/Queens College
O Joelho de Sarah Bernardt: A Musa Francesa no Palco Carioca
na Belle Epoque Rio de Janeiro: James N Green, Brown
University
Ecos Noturnos: A Noite Carioca e seus Sujeitos nas Crônicas de
Vagalume (1904): Leonardo M Pereira, PUC-Rio
A Noite dos Ladrões: Assaltos e Roubos na Escuridão do Rio de
Janeiro (1900-1930): Diego A Galeano, PUC/Rio de Janeiro
Orson Welles Cai no Samba: O Cineasta e a Cidade numa
Encruzilhada: Bruno M Carvalho, Princeton University
Discussant: James N Green, Brown University
069 // LTC - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Flamingo
B
Sin murallas:Puerto Rico, ciudad e identidades híbridas
Chair: Marie Ramos Rosado, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Distancias, cercanías: miradas entre San Juan y La Habana desde
la literatura e historias orales: Mario E Mercado Diaz,
University of Texas
Bilingual Writers Creating and Recreating Hybrid Identities in
Puerto Rico and in the US Diaspora: A postcolonial look at
Esmeralda Santiago’s América’s Dream and Rosario Ferré’s
The House on the Lagoon: Aurora Sambolin Santiago,
Universidad de Santiago de Chile
Sobre cómo se escribe la ciudad: La construcción del imaginario
citadino en Los pies de San Juan de Eduardo Lalo: Carla R
Vargas-Fuster
Es estado de situación de las investigaciones y publicaciones de la
negritud boricua de finales del siglo XX e inicio del XXI.: Marie
Ramos Rosado, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Discussant: Tania Carrasquillo Hernández, Linfield College
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070 // CUL - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am,
Conference 8
Sociology of the Trace and the Américas
Session Organizer: Ana Paulina Lee, Tulane University
Chair: Ana Paulina Lee, Tulane University
Juan Acha’s Visual Latinamericanism: Joaquín BarriendosRodríguez, Columbia University
Informatic Opacity and Biometrics: Zachary M Blas, University at
Buffalo, SUNY
Júlio Bressane’s Aesthetics of Displacement: Ana Paulina Lee,
Tulane University
Discussant: Marcial Godoy-Anativia, New York University
071 // LTC - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Flamingo
C
The Re-emergence of Utopias
Chair: Alessandra S Santos, University of British Columbia
Shopping Center Flash Mobs: Protest or Alienation?: Alessandra S
Santos, University of British Columbia
Patagonian Utopias: Revisiting Marginality through Poetry: Kim M
Beauchesne, University of British Columbia
Intertwined Histories: Video Art and Violence in Latin America:
Elena Shtromberg, University of Utah
Fragmented Utopia and the Brazilian Counterculture: Christopher J
Dunn, Tulane University
proyecto: Jessica J Castro Burunate, Universidad de La Habana
La nueva universidad cubana: Internet y pedagogía crítica: Hiram
Hernandez Castro, Universidad de La Habana
Escritura joven cubana: globalización e intertextualidad
postmoderna: Jamila Medina Ríos, Ediciones UNION,
Redacción de Poesía, Unión Nacional de Escritores y Artistas de
Cuba (UNEAC)
Ser un joven de la montaña: alternativas frente al abandono: Carla
Gloria Colomé Santiago
Comunidades emergentes de LGBTs y Otakus. Estudio de dos
grupos excluidos del discurso cultural nacional cubano a través
de sus bitácoras.: Sheila Padrón Morales, Proyecto para la
Divulgación del Arte y la Literatura Fantástica (DiALFa)
Discussant: Alexander Correa Iglesias, freeland
075 // CUL - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am,
Conference 3
¿Patrones emergentes en la cultura venezolana de hoy?
Session Organizer: Michelle L Farrell, Fairfield University
“El significado de la escena”: Marina A Fernández, Universidad
Central de Venezuela
“¿Final feliz o punto final?: La telenovela venezolana y la
Revolución Bolivariana”: Carolina Acosta-Alzuru, University of
Georgia
“Pelo Malo y Azul y no tan rosa: ¿Una nueva fase del cine
venezolano contando otras historias en las pantallas
nacionales?”: Michelle L Farrell, Fairfield University
072 // CIT - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Salon del
Mar A
Transportation and housing #2: precariousness and social
exclusions in Latin America and the United States
Sponsor: Latin American Cities Working Group
Session Organizer: Erik Vergel Tovar, University of North
Carolina/Chapell Hill PhD student in City/Regional Planning
Chair: Monica Villalobos, University of Calfornia/Berkeley
Exploring Housing and Energy Hardship among Native Born and
Immigrant Low-Income Families: Diana Hernández, Columbia
University- Mailman School of Public Health
Transportation Planning, Equity, and Decision-Making in U.S.
Minority Communities: Monica Villalobos, University of
Calfornia/Berkeley
Desigualdades sociales y segregación urbana en Montevideo:
Danilo A Veiga, Universidad de la República
073 // LST - Workshop - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am,
Murphy 1
Violencia y memoria en la literatura Colombiana de las últimas
dos décadas
Chairs: Carolina Gómez-Montoya, Bard Early Colleges
Chila B Hidalgo, Universidad de Maryland
Presenters: Kevin G Guerrieri, University of San Diego
Maria Ospina, Wesleyan University
074 // CUL - Panel - Wednesday, 10:00am - 11:45am,
Conference 10
«Los nuevos calibanes»: culturas e identidades juveniles
cubanas
Session Organizer: Hiram Hernandez Castro, Universidad de La
Habana
Chair: Maylén Domínguez Mondeja, UNEAC
«La naranja se picó»: los nuevos cubanos entre el poder y el
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076 // FIL - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San
Cristobal E
(In)visible Generation? Children in Contemporary Latin
American Film
Session Organizer: Georgia S Seminet, St. Edward's University
Chair: Sarah Wright, University of London
Playing Woman in María Novaro’s Lola: Amanda Holmes, McGill
University
After-images of the Chilean past: Ignacio Agüero’s Cien niños
esperando un tren (1988): Sarah Wright, University of London
Umbrales de resistencia: La invisibilidad de la niñez en el cine
peruano contemporáneo: Rosana L Díaz-Zambrana, Rollins
College
The Wandering Child: Resisting Invisibility in Marcos Carnevale’s
Anita: Mirna Vohnsen, University College Dublin
077 // LTC - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Flamingo B
Archives of Emergency and Revolution: Cuba in Comparative
Context
Sponsor: Ana Dopico
Chair: Jill M Lane, New York University
"Refugees, Bombs, and Lines of Flight: Revolution and Reaction in
Miami's Cold Civil Wars": Ana Maria Dopico, New York
University
Everyday Revolution: Narrating the Sovereign through Political
Cartoons in Cuba and Egypt: Eman S Morsi, New York
University
"Books of Blood: Cuba, Revolutionary Fantasies, and the New York
Press, 1873-1878": JOhn P Leary, Wayne State University
078 // MLD - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San
Cristobal D
Central American-U.S. Migration and Discourses of
“Humanitarian Crisis” - Part 2
Session Organizer: Joseph L Wiltberger, California State University,
Northridge
Chair: Thomas J Boerman
"What goes around, comes around: Gang Violence and
Unaccompanied Central American Minors": Elana Zilberg,
University of California/San Diego
Producing the Diaspora: Education and the formation of diasporic
citizens in San Salvador: Andrea E Dyrness, Trinity College
Other People's Blood Revisited: Central American Families and
Manufactured Crises in South Texas, 1988 and 2014: Peter C
Haney, University of KS
Menores no acompañados que transitan por Puebla, México, con
destino a Estados Unidos: María de Lourdes Rosas-López,
Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla
Si uno es mujer las cosas se ponen dificil: The Role of Sexual
Violence in Central American Transmigrant Memory: Alejandro
Villalpando, University of California, Riverside
079 // AFR - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Tropical B
Cultura en Resistencia: Voces Indígenas y Afrodecendientes
Chair: Herlinda Flores Badillo, University of Veracruz
Ajaw Tzeltzatl Juan López: su transculturación y su difrasismo
narrativo: Herlinda Flores Badillo, University of Veracruz
Arco y fuego: representación ritual y memoria en la poesía de Jaime
Huenún y Bernardo Colipán: Andrea L Echeverría, Wake Forest
University
Rebuilding a Mayan world: Awakening, presence and possibilities:
Silvia Soto, University of California/Davis
Discussant: Hilda Lagunas Ruiz, Universidad Autónoma del Estado
de México
080 // CUL - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Boardroom
2
Cultural manifestations of marginality, uncertainty and change
in contemporary Cuba
Race and Narratives of Exclusion: The Emergence of the Afrocuban,
from Cinema to Video-Art: Yissel Arce Padrón, Universidad
Autónoma de México-Xochimilco
From Juliette to Ana: Post-Special Period Film in Cuba?: Dunja
Fehimovic, University of Cambridge
El latido de la ausencia: Living a culture of diaspora from within
Cuba: Patrick O'Shea, University of Manchester
Cultural articulations of affect in Cuban tourism's new spaces:
Rebecca H Ogden, University of Manchester
081 // PIP - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Caribe
Democratic Development for Securing Livelihoods, Peace,
Gender Equality, and the Protection of Migrants
Peasant Enterprise Zones: an Instrument with the Potential to
Contribute to the Development of Colombia: Paola M Cardenas
Camacho, Georgetown University
Rights and Human Security: The Gender Dynamics of Neglected
Salvadoran Transnational Families: Paola Bichara, American
University
Analyzing gender-based violence in Mexico through the Power
Cube: Ana Isabel Rodriguez Iglesias, Complutense de Madrid
082 // INT - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Ponce de
Leon A
Drug policies in Latin America: a survey of main approaches
and obstacles to reduce drug production and drug
trafficking
Chair: Ana Torres, Universidad Antonio de Nebrija
International drug policies: the US and the European Union
approaches to reduce drug production. Colombia as a case
study: Ana Torres, Universidad Antonio de Nebrija
The Bolivian approach towards combating drug trafficking: a model
to follow, or a sui generis case?: Alba Hesselroth, American
University/Center Latin American and Latino Studies
Border Management against Drug Trafficking in Latin America:
The Chilean Case: Andres De Castro Garcia, Academia
Nacional de Estudios Políticos y Estratégicos
Narco- threats to democracies of the northern triangle: Lidija Kos
Stanisic, University of Zagreb
Narratives and government discourses on drug trafficking and
organised crime in Latin America: Jorge Resina de la Fuente,
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
083 // EDU - Workshop - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm,
Murphy 5
Educación e Historia. Conciencia histórica, ciudadanía
democrática y enseñanza de Historia y Ciencias Sociales
Chair: Sol Serrano, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Presenters: Rodrigo Mayorga, Teachers College, Columbia
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Valentina Errazuriz, Teachers College, Columbia University
084 // EDU - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Salon del
Mar B
Educational reforms, social change and educational identities.
Session Organizer: Teresa González Pérez, Universidad de la
Laguna
Chair: Teresa González Pérez, Universidad de la Laguna
Chilean School Nurse to the beginning of the 20th century: Estela F
Socias
The identity of elementary school teachers in the State of
Paraná/Brazil from 1930 to 1950.: Ariclê Vechia, Universidade
Tuiuti do Paraná.
Identities teachers and renewal of the teaching task. Policies on
teacher training in Spain in the last third of the twentieth
century.: Teresa González Pérez, Universidad de la Laguna
Historical Trends and Emerging Issues in Teacher Preparation
Programs in the United States.: Karl M Lorenz, Sacred Heart
University; Maria Lizano-DiMare, Sacred Heart University
Discussant: Yolanda Padilla Rangel, Universidad Autónoma de
Aguascalientes
085 // AGR - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Foyer C
Educação do campo, desenvolvimento territorial e residência
agrária: resistência ao processo de exclusão e precariedade
no campo brasileiro.
Session Organizer: Bernardo Mançano M Fernandes, Universidade
Estadual Paulista
Chair: Janaina Francisca de Souza Campos Vinha, Universidade
Federal do Triângulo Mineiro UFTM
Educação, produção familiar e gênero: Djacira Maria Oliveira
Araujo, ENFF - Escola Nacional Florestan Fernandes
As condições de saúde em territórios camponeses: Ana Lucia J
Almeida, Associação dos Geógrafos Brasileiros - AGB
A soberania alimentar nos territórios camponeses: resistência e
desenvolvimento: Janaina Francisca de Souza Campos Vinha,
Universidade Federal do Triângulo Mineiro UFTM
A educação do campo e o Residência Agrária: uma proposta
pedagógica: Noemia N Ramos Vieira, Universidade Estadual
Paulista
Discussant: Fina Carpena-Méndez, Oregon State University
086 // AFR - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Tropical A
El espacio del racismo. Contextos de las nuevas formas de
racismo
Session Organizer: Carlos F Tapia, Global Language Translation,
Inc.
Chair: Marta D Molina, Universidad Nacional de San Juan,
Argentina.
Nuevas Formas de Racismo: Una Perspectiva Psicosocial: Marta D
Molina, Universidad Nacional de San Juan, Argentina.
El racismo en el contexto de la biopolítica: Alan Arias Marin,
UNAM
Del Racismo al Especismo: expandiendo los horizontes morales de
la discriminación: Luciana B Russo
Discussant: Eduardo L Espinosa, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana/Xochimilco
087 // LST - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Murphy 1
Escritoras cubanas: voces refractarias
Chair: Agustin De Jesus, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Discurso refractario en Hagiografía de Narcisa la bella de Mireya
Robles: Agustin De Jesus, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Esclavitud y abolicionismo en el Caribe hispano: la condesa de
Merlin y Los esclavos en las colonias españolas (1841): Daylet
Dominguez, University of California/Berkeley
Digital Afro Feminism: Writing Through Fear in Sandra Álvarez
Ramírez’s Blogging: Judith Sierra-Rivera, Pennsylvania State
University
088 // TRA - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Murphy 2
Exclusion Among Runaway Communities in the Americas,
1600-1800
Session Organizers: Kristie P Flannery, Univ. of Texas at Austin
Isaac Curtis, University of Pittsburgh
Chair: Jorge Cañizares-Esguerra, University of Texas/Austin
Curaçaoan Maroons to Venezuela before the Audiencia of Santo
Domingo: Linda M Rupert, University of North Carolina at
Greensboro
Exclusion: A Fugitive Chino Slave in Seventeenth-Century
Guatemala: Kristie P Flannery, Univ. of Texas at Austin
Poachers, Runaways, and the Origins of the Buccaneers in
Sixteenth-Century Hispaniola: Isaac Curtis, University of
Pittsburgh
089 // AGR - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Tropical C
Food sovereignty, neoregulation, extractivism and community
governance
Chair: Patrick Clark, Carleton University/ FLACSO-Ecuador
Neoliberalism, Left-wing Governments, and Food Sovereignty:
Exploring the Contradictions: Leandro Vergara Camus,
University of London
Neoregulation, the State and Contested Agro-Food Governance in
Ecuador: Patrick Clark, Carleton University/ FLACSO-Ecuador;
Patric Hollenstein, Universidad Central del Ecuador
Framing water and forests as global or local? Transnational
community-based networks transforming common-pool
resources essence and scales: Emilie Dupuits
Intersections of Influence: The effects of international NGO
interventions on community forestry in southern Peru: Sarah A
Lupberger, Yale University
Discussant: Lisandra Palenzuela Ferrera, Universidad de la Habana
090 // CUL - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Boardroom
1
Forms of Belonging, Forms of Exclusion: In/visible Others in
Latin America and the Caribbean
Chair: Evelyn M Dean-Olmsted, Universidad de Puerto Rico, Río
Piedras
The Papo Uarhani: Performing Blackness in the P’urhépecha
Wedding: Mintzi A Martínez-Rivera, Indiana
University/Bloomington
When Styling Respectability Contributes to Exclusion: Afrodescendants and the Morenos de Paso in Arica, Chile: Juan
Eduardo Wolf, University of Oregon
Contingent Foundations of Inclusion and Exclusion: SyrianLebanese-Brazilians in the Decade of the 1930s: José D Najar,
Southern Illinois University
Precarious Belonging: The Semiotics of Jewishness in Mexico City:
Evelyn M Dean-Olmsted, Universidad de Puerto Rico, Río
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091 // MAS - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Guayacan
From Beauty Pageants to Audiovisual Art: The Portrayal of
Precarious Bodies in Dominican Culture
Session Organizers: Sharina Maillo Pozo, SUNY New Paltz
Elena Valdez, Christopher Newport University
Chair: Sharina Maillo Pozo, SUNY New Paltz
Beyond the Crown: The Staging of Contemporary Socio-Political
Issues in the Miss República Dominicana Universo and the Miss
Haití Universo Pageants: Danny Méndez, Michigan State
University
Visibility through the Carnivalesque: Reading the Queer and the
Black in Dominican Popular Music and Videos: Angelina M
Tallaj, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Precarious Womanhood in Raquel Paiewonsky’s Guardarropía:
Elena Valdez, Christopher Newport University
From the Margins: Constructing Contemporary Dominican Identity
through the Female and Queer Bodies: Sharina Maillo Pozo,
SUNY New Paltz
Discussant: Maja Horn, Barnard College
092 // SLS - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Flamboyan
Globalization, Migration, and Sexual Tourism
Sponsor: Shawn Schulenberg
Chair: Juan Antonio Trujillo, Oregon State University
Artistas Transformistas: Trans Art, Artists, and Identities in
Contemporary Salvador, Brazil: Naomi P Wood, Colorado
College
Gay Men on a Mission: Ex-Mormon Stories of Male Desire in Latin
American Missions: Juan Antonio Trujillo, Oregon State
University
La antropología de la experiencia homoerótica y el estudio del
comercio sexual entre hombres en Latinoamérica: Porfirio
Miguel Hernandez Cabrera, Universidad Autónoma de la
Ciudad de México (UACM)
Discussant: Felipe Bruno M Fernandes, Universidade Federal da
Bahia
093 // GEN - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San
Cristobal F
Género, Democracia y Políticas de Representación
Chair: Maria Stella Toro Cespedes, Universidad de Chile
Lo femenino como complemento. Mujeres y formas de participación
política en Chile (1930-1950): Maria Stella Toro Cespedes,
Universidad de Chile
Entre la casa y el barrio. Participación social y política de mujeres
populares en Chile 1970'-1980': Valentina Alvarez, PhD
Student
Protagonists or outcomes? Assessing Women’s Representation
Developments from the Brazilian 2014 Presidential Race Case:
Ana L Henrique Teixeira Gomes, Universidade Federal de
Goiás
094 // INT - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference
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International Regimes
Chair: Mary A Clark, Tulane University
Alianza del Pacífico y CELAC: ¿dos agendas geopolíticas
divergentes para América Latina?: Aránzazu Tirado Sánchez,
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)
Compromissos sobre propriedade intelectual de Colômbia e
Panamá decorrentes de seus acordos com os EUA: Joao Paulo P
Hernandes Teodoro, Institute of International Relations at
University of Sao Paulo
International Institutions and the Governance of Noncommunicable
Diseases in Latin America: Mary A Clark, Tulane University
095 // INV - Workshop - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San
Geronimo Ballroom B
Invited Session - [email protected] Studies and LASA
Session Organizer: Carlos R Alamo Pastrana, Vassar College
Presenters: Carlos R Alamo Pastrana, Vassar College
Marisol Lebron, Dickinson College
Michael C Aronna, Vassar College
096 // INV - Featured/Invited Session - Wednesday, 12:00pm 1:45pm, Las Olas
Invited Session - Storms, worms, and other plagues: government
control and local response in Puerto Rico, c. 1880-1920
Sponsor: History and Historiography Track
Session Organizer: Ann L Zulawski, Smith College
Chair: Ann L Zulawski, Smith College
Puerta de Tierra, Puerto Rico: Precarious Urban Development,
Public Health Emergencies and the Struggle against Exclusion,
c.1880-1920: Ann L Zulawski, Smith College
Jíbaros y médicos durante la “conquista de Puerto Rico para la
ciencia” (norteamericana): los cuerpos anémicos en la
ecuación imperial: Francisco A Scarano, University of
Wisconsin/Madison
Respuestas a crisis sanitarias en Puerto Rico, 1898-1919:
gobiernos, organizaciones y personas: José G Rigau-Pérez
Discussant: Steven P Palmer, University of Windsor
097 // HIS - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Murphy 4
Izquierdas latinoamericanas en ciclos de crisis 1930, 1970, y el
presente.
Chair: Joaquin M Chavez, University of Illinois/Chicago
Mas allá de la supuesta excepcionalidad Boricua: Memoria Crítica
de las Izquierdas en Tres Tiempos: Agustin G Lao-Montes,
University of Massachusetts
Izquierda y contrarrevolución en Colombia: Jose A Figueroa,
Instituto de Altos Estudios Nacionales
Imagining Revolution: Left intellectuals on the threshold of El
Salvador’s Civil War, 1972-1979: Joaquin M Chavez,
University of Illinois/Chicago
Discussant: Valeria Coronel, FLACSO
098 // LSN - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Flamingo D
Jesuitas y la educación en América Latina: Discursos del saber
en los siglos XVI-XVIII I
Session Organizers: Stephanie L Kirk, Washington University
Javiera S Jaque, Washington University in Saint Louis
Chair: Javiera S Jaque, Washington University in Saint Louis
La Masculinidad del Saber: Genealogías de la educación de la
Compañía de Jesús en México: Stephanie L Kirk, Washington
University
Educación, ascetismo y masculinidad en la hagiografía jesuita de
Nueva España, 1682-1767: Bryan D Green, Pontificia
Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso
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La Logica Mexicana de Antonio Rubio S.J. y el empirismo jesuita en
la enseñanza de la filosofía natural.: Domingo Ledezma,
Wheaton College/Massachussetts
Saber y pedagogía en las misiones jesuíticas: Veronica SallesReese, Georgetown University
099 // LTC - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Flamingo C
Literatura digital en América Latina: escrituras, prácticas y
estéticas emergentes
Session Organizer: Carolina O Gainza, Universidad Diego Portales
Chair: Juan Manuel Acevedo Carvajal, Universidad del
Quindío/Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar
Reflexiones en la Era Afterpop desde Latinoamérica: Juan Manuel
Acevedo Carvajal, Universidad del Quindío/Universidad Andina
Simón Bolívar
Literatura digital en Chile: prácticas de producción y circulación en
la cibercultura.: Carolina O Gainza, Universidad Diego Portales
Poesía tecno(digito)-remediada: Luis A Correa-Díaz, University of
Georgia
Ciborgs, algoritmos y archivos comunes: el poema-proceso y el
software-art en Latinoamérica: Osvaldo Cleger, Georgia
Institute of Technology
Discussant: Hilda Chacón, Nazareth College
100 // MAS - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Maguey
Media, Politics, and Democracy in Latin America
Chair: Harry L Simón Salazar, University of California/San Diego
Television, Democracy, and the Mediatization of Latin American
Politics: 1980 through 2000.: Harry L Simón Salazar,
University of California/San Diego
The Colombian Peace Process and the Press: Discourse Analysis of
News Outlets about the Negotiations between the FARC and the
Government in La Habana (Cuba): Félix M Burgos Trujillo,
New York University
Media, governments and social movements: negotiating media
legislation in Mexico and Argentina.: Diana K Soto, Stone
Center at Tulane University; Ivan Schuliaquer, Universidad de
Buenos Aires, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento,
Conicet, Université de Paris 3 Sorbonne-Nouvelle
Necropolitical Technologies: Webmapping and Governmentality in
Puerto Rico: Iván Y Chaar López, University of Michigan
Prensa y participación popular en el ámbito municipal de la
Argentina peronista: Marina Poggi, CONICET / CEAR-UNQ;
Alejandra L Salomón, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes
101 // HUM - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Ponce de
Leon B
Memorias latinoamericanas y conflictividad social
Chair: Annette Georgina Hernandez-Rivas, Museo de la Palabra y la
Imagen
Cartografía de la memoria, nuevos mapas de prácticas culturales en
El Salvador de Posguerra: Annette Georgina Hernandez-Rivas,
Museo de la Palabra y la Imagen
Latin American Memories and Canadian Experiences: Joan G
Simalchik, University of Toronto Mississauga
Reclaiming truth through memory: The role of epistemic authority in
Guatemala’s genocide debates: Doc M Billingsley, Washington
University in Saint Louis
Rest in Peace: Memorialization and Marginalization in Ciudad
Juarez: Corinne Boudreaux, Tulane University
Discussant: Andres Arteaga, Saint Mary's University
102 // CSS - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference
4
Mexico D.F.: Generating Cultural and Political Change
Session Organizer: Livia K Stone, Illinois State University
Chair: Livia K Stone, Illinois State University
Sexual Citizenship: The First Mexican Homosexual Liberation
Movement and Mexican Nationalism, 1960-1985: Ryan M
Jones, SUNY Geneseo
Spatial and Discursive Practices in Luis Zapata’s El vampiro de la
colonia Roma: Manuel R Cuellar, University of
California/Berkeley
Mexico City and New Transnational Anarchisms: Livia K Stone,
Illinois State University
103 // LST - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Flamingo A
Mujeres desde el Caribe hispánico: precariedades y emergencias
en cine, poemas, narrativa
Session Organizer: Ester Gimbernat G Gonzalez, University of
Northern Colorado
Chair: Maria Isabel I Tamargo López, Inter American University of
Puerto Rico
La propuesta narrativa de Marta Aponte Alsina: Maria Isabel I
Tamargo López, Inter American University of Puerto Rico
Mentoras y niñas en la filmografía cubana de los últimos años:
Maria del Mar López-Cabrales, Colorado State University
“Las sonoridades y las texturas” : poéticas emergentes en Onirias
de Ángela Hernández: Ester Gimbernat G Gonzalez, University
of Northern Colorado
Escultura y mujer en poemas de Julia de Burgos: Miriam B
Echeverria, Texas State University
104 // MLD - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San
Cristobal C
New Directions in Immigration Law and Policy in Latin
America and Southern Europe
Session Organizers: Diego Acosta Arcarazo, University of Bristol
Maria Lorena Cook, Cornell University
Chair: Alexandra Delano, The New School
What Drives Immigration and Asylum Reforms in Latin America?
Between Populist Liberalism and a New Commitment to Human
Rights: Luisa Feline Freier, London School of Economics and
Political Science
A Real Legislative Liberal Turn on Migration Law in South
America?: Diego Acosta Arcarazo, University of Bristol
Why Is Portugal Good to Immigrants? Explaining Immigration and
Integration Policies: Maria Lorena Cook, Cornell University
105 // CUL - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference
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Otras políticas
Chair: Jon P Beasley-Murray, University of British Columbia
Alternative Economies and Grassroots Politics in Medellín,
Colombia: From Trueque to Transformación: Brian J Burke,
Appalachian State University
Beyond the Pink Tide: Hegemony, Democratization and Postneoliberal Transitions: Gabriel Chouhy, University of
Pittsburgh
Debating alternatives to capitalism in the 21st-century: the case of
Argentina's worker recuperated enterprises: Manuel Larrabure,
York University
The Zapatista Experience of Direct Democracy and The Culture of
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Anti-Power: Tijen Tunali, University of New Mexico
106 // CIT - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference
6
Panel #2: Paradox and Progress? Mega Projects, Planning and
Urban Impacts Across Latin American Cities
Sponsor: Latin American Cities Working Group
Chair: Julie C Gamble, University of California/Berkeley
Exclusion and fragmentation, an analysis of the land policies of the
urban megaproject Angelopolis: Pedro Martínez Olivarez,
Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana - Unidad Azcapotzalco
Weaving the Built Environment: Social infrastructure networks
enhancing urban equity, social inclusion and community
resilience.: Santiago Sanchez Guzman, Vienna University of
Technology
Un Avance Transformador: el paso de Lugares a Espacios El caso
de la Ampliación del Aeropuerto Internacional Jorge Chávez,
Perú: Lorena De la Puente Burlando, Pontificia Universidad
Católica del Perú
Discussant: Catalina Ortiz, University College London
107 // DEF - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San
Geronimo Ballroom C
Precariedad y mundos carcelarios en América Latina I
(Venezuela y Bolivia)
Session Organizers: Luis Duno-Gottberg, Rice University
Andres Antillano, Universidad Central de Venezuela
Chair: Luis Duno-Gottberg, Rice University
Carceral Coloniality in Venezuela: Theorizing beyond the Latin
American Penal State: Cory Fischer-Hoffman
La prisión desde abajo: la producción del orden social en una
cárcel venezolana.: Andres Antillano, Universidad Central de
Venezuela; Veronica Zubillaga, Universidad Simón Bolívar
Spiritual Life and the Rationalization of Violence: The State Within
the State and the Evangelical order in a Venezuelan Prison:
Luis Duno-Gottberg, Rice University
Un orden carcelario: violencia, mediación y representación:
Chelina D Sepúlveda, UCV; Ivan Sergio Pojomovsky Soler
From the Panopticon to the Anti-Panopticon in San Pedro Prison
(La Paz-Bolivia): Toward a Changing Model of Prison and
Surveillance?: Francesca Cerbini
Discussant: Christopher E Garces, Cornell University
108 // SEC - Workshop - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San
Cristobal B
Sistemas de distribución, acceso y circulación
Sponsor: Film Studies
Session Organizer: Valentina Velazquez-Zvierkova, Elmhurst
College
Chair: Arturo R Vargas, Sonoma State University
Presenters: Gilberto A Sobrinho, Universidade Estadual de
Campinas
Arturo R Vargas, Sonoma State University
Emily F Davidson, Pacific Lutheran University
Yarí M Pérez Marín, Durham University
109 // CSS - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference
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Social Movement Dynamics: New Perspectives on Theory and
Research from Latin America
Chair: Marisa Von Bülow, Universidade de Brasília
Partisan Performance: The Relational Construction of Brazilian
Youth Activist Publics: Ann E Mische, University of Notre
Dame
Brokers in Social Movement Networks: different roles, similar
dilemmas: Marisa Von Bülow, Universidade de Brasília; Adrian
Gurza Lavalle, Universidade de São Paulo
Advocacy and Resistance: The Ambivalent Relationship of Social
Movements with International Human Rights Law: Lorenza B
Fontana, University of Sheffield
Discussant: Rose J Spalding, DePaul University
110 // ECO - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Salon del
Mar A
Synergies between Conditional Cash Transfers (CCT's) and
Rural Development programs
Sponsor: Centro de Estudios en Desarrollo Económico (CEDE) &
IFAD
Session Organizer: Jorge H Maldonado, Universidad de los Andes
Chairs: Jorge H Maldonado, Universidad de los Andes
Michael R Carter
Transferencias Monetarias Condicionadas y Programas de
Desarrollo Rural en Colombia: Una evaluación de Familias en
Acción y Oportunidades Rurales: Andrés Moya, Univesidad de
los Andes
¿Son las transferencias monetarias condicionadas o son los otros
componentes del programa lo que genera mejores resultados
para los hogares que también participan en programas de
desarrollo rural en el Salvador?: Margarita Beneke de Sanfeliu,
FUSADES; Amy Angel; Mauricio A Shi Artiga, FUSADES
“El Impacto del Proyecto Sierra Sur en la Población de Juntos” El
caso de Chumbivilcas, en Cusco, Perú: Ursula T Aldana Durán
Efecto sinérgico entre el Programa Ingreso Ético Familiar y los
Programas de promoción laboral del Fondo de Solidaridad e
Inversión Social en Chile, 2012-2014: María I Fernández Gatica,
RIMISP
El programa de combate a la pobreza y las políticas de desarrollo
rural en México: evaluación de impactos y opciones de políticas
alternativas: Antonio Yúnez Naude, El Colegio de México
Discussant: Karen Macours, Paris School of Economics
111 // ART - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Ceiba
The Latin American Artistic Archive and its Display at Home
and Abroad
Chair: Luisa F Serviddio, CONICET/Universidad Nacional de Tres
de Febrero
Caribe y valor universal excepcional. Sesgos y exclusiones en el
reconocimiento de su patrimonio cultural: Claudia Felipe Torres
Coleccionismo y exposición de Arte Aborigen de Cuba en el Museo
Nacional de Bellas Artes. Historia y perspectivas.: Niurka D
Fanego Alfonso
El Coleccionismo y la exhibición de arte en los museos de
Latinoamérica. Surgimiento, desarrollo y actualidad en Cuba.:
Yanet C Berto Serrano, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes
Entre documento y obra de arte: criterios curatoriales en la
selección latinoamericana del MoMA: Luisa F Serviddio,
CONICET/Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero
Discussant: Elvis Fuentes, Rutgers University
112 // CUL - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Boardroom
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Translating Modernities in the Global South I
Chair: Gustavo Morales, Carleton University- Universidad Javeriana
Cali
Furthering Modernity in the Name of Indigeneity in Bolivia: Cristina
Rojas, Carleton University
Reverse Auto-ethnography and the De-politicization of Indigenous
Peoples’ Narratives in Ecuador since 2008: The Case of Sumak
Kawsay: Esteban J Nicholls, Carleton University
Emerging Modernity Projects in Latin America in the Early XXI
Century: An Interpretative Analysis of their Variations: Gustavo
Morales, Carleton University- Universidad Javeriana Cali
113 // LTC - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Murphy 6
Transnational Intellectual Exchange in Latin America
Session Organizer: Katerina Seligmann, Brown University
Chair: Thayse Leal Lima, University of Maryland
Biblioteca Ayacucho as Instrument for Transnational Intellectual
Exchange: Thayse Leal Lima, University of Maryland
“Good Neighbor” Translations: The First English Language
Anthologies of Latin American Poetry: Katerina Seligmann,
Brown University
A voz da Raça: Race, Power and Transnational Discourses of Black
Elites in 1930s: Satty Flaherty-Echeverría, University of
Minnesota
114 // CIT - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Foyer A
Urbanismo social ¿El lado malo de las buenas prácticas?
Decolonizing Social Urbanism: Improving Substantive Citizenship
Rights for Indigenous Peoples and Afro-Colombians in
Medellin: Andrea Restrepo-Mieth, Cornell University
Problems with Urban “Best Practices” in Latin America: Tom
Angotti, Hunter College
Producción social de vivienda asistida como alternativa para
disminuir el rezago habitacional: El caso del ITAVU: Juana I
Vera López, El Colegio de Tamaulipas
Urbanismo Social en Medellín-Colombia: política urbana y derecho
a la ciudad: Quinchia Roldan Suly Maria, Universidad Nacional
de Colombia
Discussant: Tom Angotti, Hunter College
Session Organizers: Marianne Braig, Lateinamerika Institut der FU
Berlin
Markus Hochmüller, Freie Universität Berlin
Chair: Marianne Braig, Lateinamerika Institut der FU Berlin
Transnational Circulations of Security, Violence and the Limits of
the State in Guatemala: Jennifer L Burrell, State University of
New York/Albany
Building a Democratic Police after War – The Role of Guatemala’s
Transnationalized Security Elites: Markus Hochmüller, Freie
Universität Berlin; Bernardo L Jurema, Freie Universität Berlin
(Trans)formación del Estado y violencia en la Guatemala de posguerra: Matilde L González, Facultad Latinoamericana de
Ciencias Sociales
117 // HIS - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference
7
Whose Modernization Theory? Imperial, Transnational, and
National Perspectives on "Development" in Cold War Latin
America
Session Organizers: Thomas C Field, Embry-Riddle University
Stella P Krepp, University of Berne
Chair: Robert Karl, Princeton University
Operation Pan America is more than a mere program; it is an entire
policy’: Brazil and the beginnings of South-South co-operation,
1958-61?: Stella P Krepp, University of Berne
The Foreign Policy of Development: Mexico during the presidency
of Adolfo López Mateos (1958-1964): Vanni Pettina, El Colegio
de México, A.C.
A General with a Social Conscious: René Barrientos, Authoritarian
Development, and the Struggle for Cold War Bolivia: Thomas C
Field, Embry-Riddle University
Brazil after the 1973 Oil Crisis: Carlo Patti
Discussant: Robert Karl, Princeton University
115 // LTC - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference
5
Ways of Seeing: Foreigners and Cuba in the Twentieth Century
Session Organizer: James Clifford Kent, University of Chester
Chair: James Clifford Kent, University of Chester
Indagación del choteo and Terry’s Guide to Cuba: A Dialogue on
Precariousness: Persephone Braham, University of Delaware
“Gay spot”: Graham Greene & Norman Lewis in Cuba, 1938-1959:
Christopher C Hull, University of Chester
‘An island of pleasure gone adrift’: Henri Cartier-Bresson in
Havana (1963): James Clifford Kent, University of Chester
A Tale of Two Cities: Observing and Enjoying Havana in the 1950s
and 1990s: Philip Swanson, University of Sheffield
When I Grow Up, I Want To Be A Foreigner: Viewing the Cuban
Exile: Orlando Luis L Pardo Lazo, Voces Magazine
116 // DEF - Panel - Wednesday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San
Geronimo Ballroom A
When Historical Legacies meet Transnationalism – Security
Governance and Violence in Post-War Guatemala
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118 // LSN - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Flamingo B
19th-Century Colonial Cuba
Chair: Ronald Antonio Ramírez Castellanos, Universidad de Oriente
La pena del amor y guerra del sujeto en Sab por Gertrudis Gómez
de Avellaneda: Sarah Skillen, University of Southern California
Raza, vestimenta e identidad en la literatura de viajeras del siglo
XIX en Cuba: Monica E Lugo-Velez
Blanquitud en Autobiografía de un esclavo de Juan Francisco
Manzano: Lina M Muñoz Márquez, University of Kansas
El patrimonio literario de Santiago de Cuba en el período colonial
(siglo XIX): Ronald Antonio Ramírez Castellanos, Universidad
de Oriente
119 // INT - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Ponce de
Leon A
Backyard no more? The Caribbean and the U.S: Rethinking
strategic relations in the XXI century.
Chair: Arturo L Lopez-Levy, Josef Korbel School of International
Studies
Retracing the Triangle: How Cuba's reform changes its relations
with Europe and the United States.: Rogelio Sanchez-Levis
¿Qué cambia en la política actual de los Estados Unidos hacia
Cuba?: Elier Ramírez, Consejo de Estado
La geopolítica del Caribe a la luz del Comando Sur y del Comando
del Norte: Humberto R García-Muñiz, University of Puerto Rico
Políticas y estrategias neoconservadoras hacia América Latina y el
Caribe: un freno a la integración regional.: Eliades I Acosta
Matos
120 // DEM - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Executive
Boardroom
Capacidades Estatales, cambio político y calidad de la
ciudadanía en los estados mexicanos
Session Organizer: María Fernanda Somuano Ventura, El Colegio
de México
Chair: Juan Fernando Ibarra del Cueto, Centro de Investigación y
Docencia Económicas
Trayectorias Divergentes en el Desarrollo Regional en México: un
Problema Político y de Política Pública: Juan Fernando Ibarra
del Cueto, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas
Los procesos de democratización en algunos estados mexicanos:
trayectorias y variables explicativas: Reynaldo Yunuen Ortega
Ortiz, El Colegio de México
Capacidades estatales, cambio político y calidad de la ciudadanía
en los estados mexicanos: María Fernanda Somuano Ventura, El
Colegio de México
Congreso y fiscalización en los estados de México: Rodrigo
Velázquez, Centro de Investigacion y Docencia Economicas
Discussant: Juan C Olmeda, El Colegio de Mexico
121 // MLD - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, San
Cristobal D
Central American and Mexican governments’ responses to the
increased risks of emigration: A planned strategy or a
reaction in “times of crisis”?
Session Organizer: Alexandra Delano, The New School
Responses of the Mexican State to the crimes against Central
American migrants in transit. Analysis from an ethical and
human rights perspective: Natalia Armijo Canto, Universidad de
Quintana Roo
Migración y desaparición en México: Del banco forense a la
exhumación de fosas comunes: Pablo Domínguez Galbraith,
Princeton University
“Deportee trash” or humanitarian responsibility: Central American
government state responses to deported nationals: Ninna
Nyberg Sorensen, Danish Institute for International Studies
Discussant: Alexandra Delano, The New School
122 // CUL - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Boardroom
1
Chile: Transformación y resistencia
Chair: Alessandro Fornazzari, University of California/Riverside
Emergiendo como sujetos políticos: socialización, resignificación e
identidades políticas en escuelas secundarias chilenas: Rodrigo
Mayorga, Teachers College, Columbia University
Estacion San Pedro: Co-optation, Resistance, and the Double Bind
of Mining-Community Relations in Northern Chile: Anita
Carrasco, Luther College
Social Abjection and Political Subjectivity in Santiago’s Urban
“Belts of Misery”: Denisa Jashari, Indiana University
123 // PIP - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Caribe
Corruption and Transparency
Chair: Luiz Fernando V Miranda, Universidade Federal Fluminense
Transparency and System Support in Peru: Darren G Hawkins,
Brigham Young University
Political Scandals and Government Protection: studies of
parliamentary investigation committees through processtracing: Luiz Fernando V Miranda, Universidade Federal
Fluminense
National Mechanisms of Direct Democracy and Citizens'
Perceptions of Vote Efficacy in Latin America: Daiane B
Menezes, FEE - Fundação de Economia e Estatística
Discussant: Wagner Pralon Mancuso, Universidade de São Paulo
124 // LST - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Flamingo A
Debates político-identitarios en Puerto Rico
Chair: Maria Acosta Cruz, Clark University
Dream Nation: the Precariousness of the Dream of Independence”:
Maria Acosta Cruz, Clark University
René Marqués and the Red Pill: Olga Nedvyga, University of
Toronto
“Mejorando” la raza: La absorción del negro por el blanco en la
ensayística belavaliana: Violeta Lorenzo Feliciano, University
of Arkansas
Discussant: Kelly Linares Terry, El Instituto de Literatura y
Lingüística "José Antonio Portuondo Valdor"
125 // EDU - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Murphy 5
Education challenges in order to guarantee the rights of children
in the contexts of vulnerability, migration and the violence
generated by organized crime.
Session Organizers: Oresta López Pérez, El Colegio de San Luis
Cecilia Costero, El Colegio de San Luis
Chair: Beatriz E Calvo Pontón, Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios
Superiores en Antropología Social
Niñez invisibilizada en Ciudad Juárez y dos acciones desde la
sociedad civil: “Taller de duelo” y “Abriendo espacios
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humanitarios” en escuelas públicas: Beatriz E Calvo Pontón,
Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en
Antropología Social
El sector educativo frente al problema de la trata de personas en la
región centro –norte de México: Cecilia Costero, El Colegio de
San Luis
Discriminación y racismo en la Telesecundaria de Zozocolco de
Hidalgo, Veracruz, México.: Sonia Comboni Salinas,
Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana/Xochimilco; José Manuel
Juárez Núñez, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana/Xochimilco
Un modelo de buenas prácticas de prevención con enfoque de
derechos humanos en casos de trata sexual de mujeres y niñas
en México.: Teresa Galicia, COESPO
neoliberal: nuevo cine peruano y chileno
Chair: Carl P Fischer, Fordham University
Ciudad y exclusión en la mirada de nuevas directoras chilenas:
Vania Barraza Toledo, University of Memphis
Pablo Larraín y las exclusiones de la excepcionalidad chilena: Carl
P Fischer, Fordham University
Exclusiones sociales y ciudadanía cultural en Las malas
intenciones de Rosario García-Montero: Mary Beth TierneyTello, Wheaton College
La ciudad fragmentada: estancamiento y espacialidad en Lucía de
Niles Atallah: María Constanza Vergara Reyes, Universidad
Alberto Hurtado
Geografía de la precariedad: una lectura de Paraíso de Héctor
Gálvez: Cynthia M Vich, Fordham University
126 // SMP - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Boardroom
2
El Caribe, Cuba y los desafíos del escenario internacional para
las pequeñas economías: cooperación, integración y
rearticulación externa
Chair: Jacqueline Laguardia Martínez, The University of the West
Indies
Desafíos económicos y de política exterior de los países de
CARICOM en la actualidad: Jacqueline Laguardia Martínez,
The University of the West Indies
Cuba. transformaciones económicas y sociales en el contexto de la
actualización del modelo: el sector externo: Humberto Blanco
Rosales
Pequeñas economías, inserción internacional y desarrollo:
posibilidades de cooperación entre Cuba y los países de
CARICOM: Antonio Fidel Romero Gómez, Universidad de La
Habana
Panorama monetario-financiero de los países de la CARICOM:
Experiencias de interés para Cuba: Marlen Sanchez Gutierrez,
Universidad de La Habana
La IED en Cuba y la Zona Especial de Desarrollo del Mariel:
posibilidades de cooperación con los países del Caribe: Carola
Salas Couce, CIEI
Discussant: Juan Pablo T Triana Cordovi, Universidad de La
Habana
129 // EDU - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Salon del
Mar B
Exclusiones e inclusiones. Estudios latinoamericanos, ciencia y
tecnología e investigación socioeducativai
Chair: Valentina Errazuriz, Teachers College, Columbia University
Creating, Teaching, and Maintaining Latin American Studies at a
Liberal Arts Institution: Cathy M Ouellette, Muhlenberg College
Latino/a Studies: ¿Un Campo Académico o un Imaginario
Académico?: Carolina D Bown, Salisbury University
Precariedades e desafios na produção de conhecimento
educacional: redes de pesquisa e sua avaliação: Denise B
Cavalheiro Leite, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
¡Viva la Diferencia! Diversity, Exclusion and Inclusion in the
Chilean Social Studies Curriculum: Valentina Errazuriz,
Teachers College, Columbia University
Propuesta de herramienta virtual para la realización de prácticas
de laboratorios: Ernesto Fernández Rodríguez, Instituto
Superior Politécnico José Antonio Echeverría; Viviana Rosario
Fernández Pozo, Instituto Superior Politécnico José Antonio
Echeverría en Cuba
127 // HIS - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference 7
Evolving Nations, Persistent Inequalities: The Operation of
Race, Honor, and Sexual Violence in the Caribbean, 18001924
Session Organizer: Tiffany A Sippial, Auburn University
Chair: Tiffany A Sippial, Auburn University
Los vericuetos del honor y el deshonor femenino en el Puerto Rico
decimonónico: Maria del Carmen D Baerga Santini, University
of Puerto Rico/Rio Piedras
Masculinity in Revolution: How Gender Ideologies helped
Consolidate Racism in the Colorblind Cuban Republic: Bonnie
A Lucero, University of Texas/Pan American
“A Self-Respecting Mulatto”: Race, Prostitution, and Rape in the
Dominican Republic under U.S. Occupation, 1916-1924”:
Micah W Wright, Texas A&M University
Discussant: Tiffany A Sippial, Auburn University
128 // FIL - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, San Cristobal
E
Excepcionalidades, exclusiones y agencia en la ciudad
130 // FEA - Featured/Invited Session - Wednesday, 2:00pm 3:45pm, San Cristobal B
Featured Session - Exploring the Ins and Outs of Academic
Publishing: An Insider's View (Monographs)
Sponsor: Stanford University Press, Cambridge University Press,
Rowman & Littlefield
Session Organizer: Philip D Oxhorn, McGill University
131 // LST - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Murphy 1
From the Revolution to Neoliberalism: Forming Race through
Technology in Mexico
Chair: David S Dalton, University of Kansas
Science and the (Meta)physical Body: A Critique of Positivism in
the Vasconcelian Utopia: David S Dalton, University of Kansas
Utopía y raza en Eugenia de Eduardo Urzáiz Rodríguez: Jorge I
Quintana Navarrete, Princeton University
The construction of the male cyborg in Pepe Rojo’s “Ruido gris”:
Alexander P Shafer, UC Riverside
Discussant: Brian L Price, Brigham Young University
132 // GEN - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Murphy 7
Historias no contadas: producción audiovisual de mujeres en
Cuba
¿Quiénes, cuándo y qué? Ellas en la dirección del cine cubano:
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Maricela de la Caridad Perera Perez, Instituto Cubano de Arte e
Industria Cinematograficos
Las que visten nuestro cine: mujeres, diseño de vestuario y cine
nacional en Cuba: Daymar Valdés Frigola, ICAIC
El cuerpo como destino: Isabel Catalina Moya Richard, Universidad
de La Habana
Las causas de las cosas: Miradas de género a la crítica de cine en
Cuba: Danays Carbonell Dieguez, Instituto Superior de Arte
Discussant: Sandra Alvarez Ramirez, Instituto Cubano del Libro
133 // LAW - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Ponce de
Leon C
Human Rights and Democratic Transitions in the Southern
Cone: Local, National, and Transnational Perspectives
Chair: Elizabeth Q Hutchison, University of New Mexico
“Situating the Southern Cone in Global Human Rights Politics in
the 1970s": Patrick W Kelly, University of Chicago
“Popular Politics and the Transition to Democracy in Greater
Buenos Aires, 1979-1983": Jennifer A Adair, Fairfield
University
“Plebiscites, Politics, and the Fraught Rebirth of Uruguayan Civil
Society”: Debbie V Sharnak, University of Wisconsin/Madison
134 // INV - Featured/Invited Session - Wednesday, 2:00pm 3:45pm, Las Olas
Invited Session - Abriendo Brechas, Entablando Conexiones:
Géneros y Feminismos Contemporáneos
Sponsor: Gender and Feminist Studies
Session Organizers: Pamela R Calla Ortega, New York University
Monica Szurmuk, UBA-CONICET
Chairs: Monica Szurmuk, UBA-CONICET
Pamela R Calla Ortega, New York University
Fracturas entre la experiencia y la construcción académica: Pilar
Calveiro, Universidad Autónoma de la Ciudad de México
Geo-cosmo-politics and Translation: Reflections for Decolonial
Feminisms: Claudia de Lima Costa, Universidade Federal de
Santa Catarina
Tomar los muros/tomar la palabra: Construcción de la subjetividad
en espacios radicales como el sitio y el encierro: María Isabel I
Belausteguigoitia Rius, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de
México
Cotidianidad académica: biografía y poder en la creación de
conocimiento: Kemy Oyarzun Vaccaro, Universidad de Chile
135 // INV - Featured/Invited Session - Wednesday, 2:00pm 3:45pm, San Geronimo Ballroom B
Invited Session - Mass Media and Storytelling: Strategies in the
Global Era
Sponsor: Mass Media and Popular Culture
Session Organizer: Hilda Chacón, Nazareth College
Chair: Hilda Chacón, Nazareth College
Elena Poniatowska and Storytelling in Cyberspace: Elizabeth
Coonrod Martínez, DePaul University, Chicago
Rock’s and Mass Media’s Impact on Latin American narrative
1968-1984: Javier F Gonzalez, Augustana College
Visual and Aural Storytelling: Media in Contemporary
Performances of Latin America: Maria R Matz, UMass Lowell
Putting Race into the (Trans)national: An Inquiry Into Brazilian
Cinema: Cileine I De Lourenço, Bryant University
Discussant: Gail A Bulman, Syracuse University
136 // LSN - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Flamingo D
Jesuitas y la educación en América Latina: Discursos del saber
en los siglos XVI-XVIII II
Session Organizers: Javiera S Jaque, Washington University in Saint
Louis
Stephanie L Kirk, Washington University
Chair: Stephanie L Kirk, Washington University
Mártires jesuitas y el ordenamiento territorial de la Amazonía:
segunda mitad del siglo diecisiete: Carmen M FernándezSalvador, Universidad San Francisco de Quito
Misiones ambulantes en territorios periféricos: resistencia indígena,
evangelización y desafíos a la administración colonial: Javiera S
Jaque, Washington University in Saint Louis
Los jesuitas y la propagación de las lenguas quechua y aymara en
el siglo 17: Catalina D Andrango-Walker, Virginia Tech
Translation and Accommodation: Luis de Valdivia and the
Adaptation of the Tercero Catecismo.: Andrés Ignacio Prieto,
University of Colorado/Boulder
137 // MAS - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Maguey
Media, Music, and Popular Culture
Chair: Darien V Lamen, University of Wiscosin/Madison
Crafting Sound: Ethnographic Reflections on “Culture Work” in
Belém, Brazil’s Informal Sound System Economy: Darien V
Lamen, University of Wiscosin/Madison
Salsa Dancing with ‘Chinese Characteristics’: In Search of
Cosmopolitan Identity Markers: Ketty A Wong, University of
Kansas
Sin negro no hay guaguancó: Urban Identities and Salsa
Consumption in Cali, 1975-1986: Natalia Triana Angel,
Binghamton University
Swiping kicks across the Atlantic: Afro-Brazilian capoeira and
Angolan combat games: Matthias Röhrig Assunção, University
of Essex
Un Pájaro Progresivo: Pop Music, Propaganda, and the Struggle
for Modernity in Argentina: Timothy D Wilson, University of
Alaska/Fairbanks
138 // MAS - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Guayacan
Niños, adolescentes y jóvenes como protagonistas de la
comunicación: experiencias mediáticas en América Latina
Session Organizer: Andrea Valdivia, Universidad de Chile
Chair: Andrea Valdivia, Universidad de Chile
La radio como herramienta educativa y de transformación social en
Chile: Raul Antonio Rodriguez Ortiz, Universidad de Chile
¿[email protected] en Facebook? Problematizando la participación
ciudadana en redes sociales a partir de un estudio con jóvenes
universitarios chilenos, desde la Etnografía Virtual: Yadira
Palenzuela Fundora
Adolescentes mediáticos como creadores y generadores de
contenidos. ¿qué nos dicen de sus propias prácticas?: Andrea
Valdivia, Universidad de Chile
139 // AFR - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Foyer C
Organización social, política, religiosa y militar indígena en
territorios de frontera, ayer y hoy
Session Organizer: Raquel Padilla Ramos, Instituto Nacional de
Antropologia e Historia
Chair: Ana L Ramirez, El Colegio de Sonora
La delimitación de la frontera en el noroeste novohispano: un arduo
y prolongado proceso (siglos XVII-XIX): Dora Elvia E Enríquez
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Licón
El proyecto educativo entre los conca'ac en la época
posrevolucionaria: Ana L Ramirez, El Colegio de Sonora
Los símbolos de la cristiandad en la evangelización de los pueblos
originarios de Sonora. Devoción y abominación.: Socorro E
Donjuan Espinoza, Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia
Matachini, la milicia de la Virgen entre los yaquis: Raquel Padilla
Ramos, Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia
Las autoridades civiles indígenas en Sonora, 1831-1867: Zulema
Trejo Contreras, El Colegio de Sonora
140 // DEF - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference
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Percepciones de (in)seguridad
Chair: Gloria C Perez Rivera, Vanderbilt University
Políticas públicas de segurança, confiança e medo: os casos de
Peru e Chile: Luiza M Bastos, Universidade Federal de Minas
Gerais
(In) seguridad pública y cambio de hábitos personales en el Norte
de México: Juan Poom-Medina, El Colegio de Sonora
“The City is Like a Disease for Displaced People, once They Touch
It, They will Never be Cured”: Urban Displaced Peoples and
the Land Restitution Program in Cartagena, Colombia: Gloria C
Perez Rivera, Vanderbilt University
Análisis del nivel y tendencia de la mortalidad por homicidios en
Colombia y México, 2000-2011: Claudio A Davila, FLACSO;
Ana M Pardo, UNAM
141 // DEF - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, San
Geronimo Ballroom C
Precariedad y mundos carcelarios en América Latina II (Brasil,
Ecuador y Perú)
Session Organizers: Luis Duno-Gottberg, Rice University
Christopher E Garces, Cornell University
Chair: Fiona J Macaulay, University of Bradford
Dez anos de pesquisa sobre o PCC: notas sobre um percurso
teórico-metodológico: Karina Biondi, Universidade Estadual de
Campinas
´My prisoners or yours?´ Conflicts of authority and legitimacy
between and among criminal justice and civil society actors in
relation to prisoners in Brazil: Fiona J Macaulay, University of
Bradford
"Confraternidad Carcelaria as De-secularized Justice? On the
religious uses of ‘avowal’ in Ecuador's Penal State":
Christopher E Garces, Cornell University
Self-Governing Prison Communities: the APAC Phenomenon: Sacha
Darke, University of Westminster
Discussant: Lirio del Carmen Gutiérrez Rivera, Universidad
Nacional de Colombia, Núcleo El Volador
142 // LTC - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Murphy 6
Precarious Affect in Latino America
Chair: Juan F Marguch, New York University
Afectos prepóstumos: Cristel M Jusino Diaz, New York University
Afectos precarios y políticas de la sexualidad en la imaginación
cultural argentina contemporánea: Juan F Marguch, New York
University
#PrecariousLife: Memory, Affect and Social Media: Irina Troconis,
New York University
Discussant: Vincent D Cervantes, University of Southern California
143 // AFR - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Tropical A
Reconocimiento de pueblos originarios en Chile: Actores,
Participación Social, Salud, Lengua y Educación
Session Organizer: Maite De Cea, Universidad Diego Portales
Chair: María Gabriela Rubilar Donoso, Universidad Católica
Problematizando la interculturalidad en Chile: una mirada desde lo
institucional y lo local.: Diego J Valdivieso
Participación ciudadana y perspectivas multiculturales. Debates,
tensiones y desafíos ante los pueblos originarios y las nuevas
formas de migración en Chile: María Gabriela Rubilar Donoso,
Universidad Católica
Implementación de la Interculturalidad: Políticas Públicas,
Convenio 169 de la OIT y Consulta Indígena en Chile: Camila
D Peralta
Revitalización de la lengua mapuche en una comuna de la Región
de la Araucanía- Chile: Maria Isabel I Lara Milapan, Pontificia
Universidad Católica de Chile
Inmigrantes en Chile, complejidades en la atención de salud:
¿racismo?: Rodrigo Gutiérrez, Pontificia Universidad Católica
de Chile
Discussant: Claudio A Fuentes Saavedra, Universidad Diego
Portales
144 // CSS - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Foyer A
Repertoires of Colective Action: Memory, Identity, Art and
Clientelism
Chair: Amy E Risley, Rhodes College
Mobilisational Citizenship: Memory, Identity and Contentious
Politics in Santiago de Chile’s poor neighbourhoods: Simón A
Escoffier Martínez, University of Oxford
Before and After Exile: The Music of Protest in Brazil: Cynthia
Machado Campos, King's College London
¿Cooperar? ¿Con quién?: Género, acción colectiva y clientelismo
en México: Cristina Tapia Muro, Universidad de Colima; Aimé
Tapia González, Universidad de Colima; Claudia M PradoMeza, Universidad de Colima
Protesting for Protection: The Effects of Social Movements Against
Civil War Violence in Colombia: Oliver Kaplan, University of
Denver
Discussant: Amy E Risley, Rhodes College
145 // HUM - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Ponce de
Leon B
Represión, tortura y género
Chair: Mercedes Crisostomo, Pontificia Universidad Católica del
Perú
Gender, emotions and the campaigns of Amnesty International
against torture. Brazil, Uruguay , Chile and Argentine in the
1970´s: Cristina S Wolff, Universidade Federal de Santa
Catarina
Género, conflicto armado y memoria: trayectorias de las
presidentas de ANFASEP en Perú: Mercedes Crisostomo,
Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
Gaming the Gringos:American Electoral Cycles and Strategic
Repression in Latin America: Horace A Bartilow, University of
Kentucky
The Jewish Community Conflict during the 20th century “Dirty
War” and Jacobo Timerman’s Testimony-The “Jewish
Question”: Gina D Malagold, University of Massachusetts
Amherst
Discussant: Márcia L Lopes Reis, UNESP - Universidade Estadual
Paulista
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146 // AFR - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Tropical B
Resistencia en la Palabra Escrita: Escritoras Indígenas y
Afrodecendientes Contemporáneas I
Chair: Hapsatou Wane, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Jazz Poet. Diálogos entre Género y Cubanidad. Voces
afrodescendientes: Katia Pupo Campoalegre, Cubarte
Oriki para Georgina Herrera: entre identidad racial y discurso
hegemónico: Lidice Aleman, Truman State University
"Sharing the (M)Other's Text: Mother-Daughter Relationships in
Afro-Cuban Women's Writing": Paula Sanmartin, California
State University/Fresno
147 // HIS - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Murphy 4
Ruling the Territory: The Multiple Spaces of Power of Colonial
New Granada (1600-1800)
Session Organizer: Ainara Vázquez Varela, UCDavis
Chair: Ainara Vázquez Varela, UCDavis
The Royal encomienda of Opiramá. Center-Periphery Dynamics in
the New Kingdom of Granada during the 17th century: Angel
Luis Roman Tamez, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Family, Solidarity, and Power. How the Jesuit Expulsion Affected
the Royal Seminar and Colegio Mayor of San Bartolomé of
Santa Fe de Bogota (1742-1792): Juana Marin Leoz, Pontificia
Universidad Javeriana
Flórez vs Gálvez. The Viceregal Court of Santa Fe de Bogotá as
Space of Power, Negotiation and Reform (1776-1781): Ainara
Vázquez Varela, UCDavis
148 // MTG - Meeting - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:00pm, San
Cristobal A
Social Media: Best practices In Latin American Studies
Contact Person: Paloma M Diaz, LLILAS, University of
Texas/Austin
149 // CSS - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference 4
Social Movements in the streets
Chair: Gianpaolo Baiocchi, New York University
The Making of the Mass Protests in Brazil and Turkey: A
Comparative Approach: Asli Postaci, Stockholm University,
Institute of Latin American Studies
Características de las protestas sociales en República Dominicana
durante el periodo 2008-2013: Altagracia D Medina,
Observatorio Político Dominicano; Diuris A Betances,
Observatorio Político Dominicano
Between cleats and boots – The protests in Brazil during the World
Cup: Rafael Murta Reis, Fundação Getulio Vargas; Ana Cristina
Martes Braga, Fundação Getulio Vargas
Contesting Urban Space in Brazil: An Analysis of the Meaning of
the 2013 Protest Movement: Thomas J Vicino, Northeastern
University
Vamos para Rua! – Taking to the Streets! Protests in Brazil: Rubia
R Valente, The University of Texas at Dallas
Discussant: Maria Thereza R Ribeiro, Universidade Federal de
Pelotas
150 // ART - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Ceiba
The Expansion of the Arts I: Conceptualism
Sponsor: No sponsor, but under Art & Architecture track
Session Organizer: Rachel L Price, Princeton University
Chair: Sergio Delgado, Harvard University
The Dematerialization of Art and Labor in Latin America: Karen
Benezra, Columbia University
Politics and Conceptualism: Expansions: Natalia Brizuela,
University of California/Berkeley
Verbivocovisual: Art as Discourse and the Place of Criticism: Pedro
R Erber, Cornell University
Discussant: Gabriela Nouzeilles, Princeton University
151 // CUL - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Boardroom
3
Translating Modernities in the Global South II
Chair: Manuel Sevilla, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Cali
Democratizing Consumption: Luís Mazzantini in Guatemala City,
1905: Michael D Kirkpatrick, University of Saskatchewan
Alternatives Modernities Inside Europe: the Case of Fascist Italy:
Marta Moreno
Being Colombian According to Carlos Vives: Faces of Modernity in
Colombian Popular Music: Manuel Sevilla, Pontificia
Universidad Javeriana, Cali
Discussant: Cristina Rojas, Carleton University
152 // TRA - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Murphy 2
Transnational Capitalism, Local Actors
Chair: Kevin Funk, University of Florida
Between National, Regional, Transnational, and Ethnic: The
Competing Subjectivities of Latin America’s “Transnational”
Capitalists: Kevin Funk, University of Florida
Latin American Economies and their Problematic Factors
according to the World Economic Forum: Between Welcomed
Diffusion and Disguised Consent.: Ricardo E Rivas, University
of Arizona
From Liberalism to Regionalism: an Assessment of the Experiences
in Legal Reform and Development in Asia and Latin America:
Yi Shin Tang, University of São Paulo
Drivers of excellence in emerging countries: Research Networks
and International Collaboration.: Isabel Pinho, University of
Aveiro
Variedades de capitalismo y sus implicaciones para el desarrollo
latinoamericano: Mario H Hernández López
153 // CUL - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference 8
Transportation, Progress, and Decay
Session Organizer: Rosa Elena Ficek, Wesleyan University
Chair: Rosa Elena Ficek, Wesleyan University
Rebuilding Burnt Bridges: Development, Reconstruction, and
Reparation in Colombia: Erin D Parish, Duke University
“A la Panamericana se le dice la Calle Principal”: Perspectives on
Development from an Incomplete Road That Keeps Falling
Apart: Rosa Elena Ficek, Wesleyan University
Progress Derailed: Railway Crisis and Revolution in Argentina:
Stephanie Mc Callum, University of California, Santa Cruz
154 // DEF - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, San
Geronimo Ballroom A
Violencia, inseguridad y justicia en México, cinco miradas
regionales.
Sponsor: El Colegio de México, Centro de Estudios Sociológicos
Chair: Markus Gottsbacher, International Development Research
Centre
ORILLADOS A LA INFRACCIÓN: Historias familiares de
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adolescentes en conflicto con la ley en la Ciudad de México:
Gabriel Tenenbaum Ewig, El Colegio de México & Universidad
de la República
La inseguridad urbana y la fragmentación social y espacial,
estudios de caso el la frontera norte de México.: Ariadna H
Sánchez Nava
Figurando las violencias: la contrainsurgencia y los homicidios en
Atoyac de Álvarez, Guerrero, a través de las narrativas
biográficas de cuatro grupos de edad: Libertad Arguello, El
Colegio de México, A.C.
Hasta que los beneficios se nos acaben: cambios y continuidades en
la dinámica carcelaria mexicana: Velvet Romero
¿Un mundo de Lewis Carroll? Crecimiento y Violencia en
Querétaro: Minerva Ramos Sánchez, Universidad Autónoma de
Querétaro
Discussant: Cristina M Herrera Carnevale, El Colegio de México
Access to Motor Transportation in Postrevolutionary Mexico":
Michael K Bess, Centro de Investigación y Docencia
Económicas
“Automobility, Technocracy, and Progress in 1960s Argentina: The
Ford Falcon as High Modernist Artefact”: Karen J Robert, St.
Thomas University
WEDNESDAY 3:00PM - 6:45PM
158 // MTG - Meeting - Wednesday, 3:00pm - 6:45pm, San
Cristobal A
Workshop: Directors of Latin American Studies
Centers/Institutes Section Meeting
Sponsor: LASA
Contact Person: Merilee S Grindle, Harvard University
155 // LTC - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Almendros
Violeta Parra's Life and Legacy Reframed Across (and Outside)
the Disciplines
Session Organizer: Serda A Yalkin, University of New Mexico
Chair: Ericka K Verba, California State University/Dominguez Hills
Violeta Parra: La investigadora creativa: Paula Andrea Miranda
Herrera, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
The Hybrid Purity and International Nationalism of Violeta Parra’s
Folkloric Project: Ericka K Verba, California State
University/Dominguez Hills
Violeta Parra at the Louvre: ‘Naïve’ as a Strategy of the Authentic:
Serda A Yalkin, University of New Mexico
La Carpa de la Reina: The Impossible Dream as Performance in
Process: Catherine M Boyle, King's College London
El Carpe diem de Violeta Parra y su poesía cantada como
autopoiesis: Patricia X Díaz Inostroza
Discussant: Nancy Morris, Temple University
156 // CSS - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference 3
Women in movement
Chair: Martha Balaguera, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Género, indigeneidad y moviliación femenina: la experiencia de las
mujeres indígenas del Cabildo Mayor Kichwa Camainkibo de
Bogotá: Vivian A Martínez Díaz, Universidad de los Andes
Sub-national Feminist Legal Mobilization and Federalism in Latin
America: Legal Strategies and Local Courts in the Field of
Women’s Rights in Argentine Provinces: Alba M Ruibal,
CONICET-Argentina
Abortion reform in the Southern Cone. Social Movements, party
systems, presidential preferences and secularism in Argentina,
Chile and Uruguay (2000-2012): Cora Fernández Anderson,
UMASS Amherst
Gender’s Place in the Andes: Toward a Decolonial Feminist
Practice: Florence E Babb, University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill
Discussant: Maria Alicia A Gutiérrez, Universidad de Buenos Aires
157 // CIT - Panel - Wednesday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference 6
“Driving Modernities: Automobile Politics in the Americas”
Chair: Karen J Robert, St. Thomas University
"El paisaje de la carretera. Miradas sobre la naturaleza (y la
tecnología) desde el automóvil. Chile, 1902-1939": Rodrigo
Booth Pinochet, Universidad de Chile
"Carrying Progress to All Parts of the Republic? Road Building and
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159 // LTC - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Almendros
Beyond Bodies, Images, and Texts: Re-visioning Cultural
Trends in Latin America and the Caribbean
Session Organizer: Rebeca L Hey-Colon, Harvard University
Chair: Rebeca L Hey-Colon, Harvard University
Vanishing Acts: Mexicanness and Frida Kahlo’s “Ethnic”
Fashions: Alba F Aragón, Bridgewater State University
"Por amor en el caserío:" Caribbeanizing "West Side Story" in the
21st Century: Rebeca L Hey-Colon, Harvard University
Entre la palma y la caña: Reinaldo Arenas y su relectura de “lo
cubano” en Fernando Ortiz: Monica Simal, Providence College
Espacio, memoria y corporalidad: Metáforas políticas del teatro de
Griselda Gambaro y su resignificación hoy: Maria Alessandra
Woolson, University of Arizona
160 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Wednesday, 4:00pm 5:45pm, San Cristobal D
Blackness in Latina/o America: Working Across Latina/o, Latin
American and Black Diaspora Studies
Sponsor: Latino Studies
Jim Crow Meets Post-Racial Democracy: Inter-American Blackness
in the Shadow of the Panama Canal Zone: Ifeoma C Kiddoe
Nwankwo, Vanderbilt University
Migrating Women: Female West Indian Labor and Migration to
Honduras during the Banana Boom from 1899-1932: Christina
E Green, University of California San Diego
The Use of Globalized Pop Culture to Create Spaces for Racial,
Sexual, and Gender Difference and Hybridity in Contemporary
Dominican and U.S. Dominican Novels: Virginia Arreola,
Hiram College
161 // TRA - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Murphy 2
Care in transnational families: blurring dichotomies
Session Organizer: Elaine Acosta González, Universidad Alberto
Hurtado
Chair: Gail R Mummert, El Colegio de Michoacan
Kinwork in Transnational Colombian Families: an anti-dichotomic
approach to care: Herminia Gonzálvez
The contested construction of migrant subjects: experiences and
representations of Peruvians and Ecuadorians on the move:
Elaine Acosta González, Universidad Alberto Hurtado; Gail R
Mummert, El Colegio de Michoacan
Hombres migrantes, trabajo de cuidados y servicio doméstico:
Raquel Martínez-Buján, Universidade da Coruña
Discussant: Gioconda Herrera, FLACSO Ecuador
162 // MAS - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Guayacan
Comunicación alternativa en Cuba: realidades de una sociedad
desconectada
Session Organizer: Maria del Carmen Perez
Chair: Luis M Cabrera Vazquez
Youtube cubano: el fenómeno de un paquete semanal por USB:
Maria del Carmen Perez
Redes clandestinas en Cuba: la Internet de los desconectados: Luis
M Pimentel Gonzalez
Nuevos publicistas en Cuba: redimensionando el contexto
comunicativo: Marisleydis Lara Izquierdo
Panorama audiovisual cubano:la ficción como alternativa para la
denuncia social: Luis M Cabrera Vazquez
Discussant: Luis M Pimentel Gonzalez
163 // EDU - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Murphy 5
Continuities and discontinuities influencing the development of
linguistic skills throughout schooling
Session Organizer: Silvia Romero-Contreras, Universidad
Autónoma de San Luis Potosí
Chair: Silvia Romero-Contreras, Universidad Autónoma de San
Luis Potosí
El desarrollo de las habilidades lingüísticas: Un reto para la
educación inclusiva.: Ismael Garcia-Cedillo, Universidad
Autónoma de San Luis Potosí
Prácticas de lenguaje y lectura en familias mexicanas y
costarricenses: consideraciones para una educación equitativa:
Silvia Romero-Contreras, Universidad Autónoma de San Luis
Potosí
La alfabetización académica: ¿qué deben saber los universitarios
para aprender y comunicarse en su disciplina?: Soledad
Concha, Universidad Diego Portales
Modeling Reading Comprehension Across Two Languages:
Continuities and discontinuities: Patrick Proctor, Boston College
164 // PIP - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Garita
Cuba en tiempos de Raúl Castro: tendencias y nuevos
desarrollos
Session Organizer: Ramón Igor Centeno Miranda, The University of
Sheffield
Chair: Ramón Igor Centeno Miranda, The University of Sheffield
Periodismo y Revolución: Hacia una Actualización de la Prensa
Cubana: Sara Garcia Santamaria, University of Sheffield
Cuba at the OAS Summit April 10-11: Participation of Civil Society:
Sjamme Herman Joseph Van de Voort, Aarhus Universitet
US-Cuba relations: How has ‘democracy promotion’ changed with
Barack Obama?: Alessandro Badella, University of Genoa
La inserción al cuentapropismo en Cuba: el papel de los contactos
personales y de la afiliación al Partido Comunista: Sara
Romanò, Turin University; Dayma Echevarria Leon, Centro de
Estudios de la Economía Cubana
Cuba: el doble giro político del régimen durante la presidencia de
Raúl Castro: Ramón Igor Centeno Miranda, The University of
Sheffield
Discussant: Ted A Henken, City University of New York/Baruch
College
165 // MAS - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Maguey
Cyberspace and Cultural Politics
Chair: Valnora Leister, James Madison University
"Vale Cultura": Brazil's New Path for Inclusion?: Valnora Leister,
James Madison University
Relación entre agendas públicas y mediáticas en Cuba. Propuestas
para repensar su estudio en un escenario cambiante: José Raúl
Gallego, Universidad de Camagüey
La investigación en el campo académico de la comunicación. Una
aproximación desde La Habana: Mabel Olalde Azpiri; Carol
Muñoz Nieves
Apocalipse e/ou integração? Usos e práticas da internet no Brasil e
as possibilidades de uma esfera pública virtual. Uma discussão
a partir dos dados quantitativos disponíveis entre 2000 e 2014:
Enio Passiani, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Discussant: Antonio Ernesto Guzmán, Cubavisión Internacional
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166 // LTC - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Murphy 6
Desexilios, retornos y reterritorializaciones en literatura y artes
visuales centroamericanas contemporáneas
Session Organizers: Magdalena Perkowska, Hunter College/The
Graduate Center, CUNY
Valeria O Grinberg Pla, Bowling Green State University
Chair: Magdalena Perkowska, Hunter College/The Graduate Center,
CUNY
Una estética del desarraigo: la poesía de Aida Toledo: Guillermina
Walas-Mateo, Independent Scholar
El imposible retorno a la normalidad: reterritorializaciones de la
posguerra en la ficción y el cine centroamericanos
contemporáneos.: Magdalena Perkowska, Hunter College/The
Graduate Center, CUNY
Territorios centroamericanos: recorridos, exilios y
territorializaciones. Las representaciones de espacios, afectos y
movimiento, en el cine centroamericano: Amanda Alfaro
Córdoba, University College London
“Que te mataron no es cierto”: ¿viva la revolución? Nostalgia
crítica, amor y utopía en el film El último comandante: Valeria
O Grinberg Pla, Bowling Green State University
Discussant: Werner Mackenbach, Universidad de Costa Rica
167 // CSS - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Boardroom 1
Desigualdades: Tolerancia, legitimación y conflicto en las
sociedades latinoamericanas
Chairs: Emmanuelle Barozet, Universidad de Chile
Mayarí Castillo, Universidad Academia de Humanismo Cristiano/
ICIIS
Legitimación de desigualdades socio-espaciales en la Argentina
pos-neoliberal: Ramiro Segura, Instituto de Altos Estudios
Sociales - Universidad Nacional de San Martín
(IDAES/UNSAM)
El discurso de la igualdad de género en el Chile neoliberal:
¿’nuevos’ significados para la igualdad?: Carmen G Godoy
Desigualdad, conflicto y movilización social. Algunas posibilidades
teóricas para pensar la política y la hegemonía en el Chile
actual: Claudia Verónica Maldonado Graus, Freie Universität
Desigualdad como producción de conflictos: 3 ejemplos en la
tributación chilena: Jorge Atria, Freie Universität Berlin
168 // INT - Workshop - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Ponce de
Leon A
Documenting Fifty Years of U.S.-Cuban Dialogue: The Views
from Havana and Washington
Session Organizer: Peter R Kornbluh, National Security Archive
Chair: Peter R Kornbluh, National Security Archive
Presenters: William M LeoGrande, American University
Esteban Miguel Morales Domínguez, Universidad de La Habana
Elier Ramírez, Consejo de Estado
169 // PIP - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 4
Ethnographic Perspectives on Conditional Cash Transfer
Programs, Part I
Session Organizer: Emmanuelle Piccoli, Fonds de la recherche
scientifique / Université catholique de Louvain
Chair: Lindsay DuBois, Dalhousie University
Popular Critique and Religious Interpretations of Programa Juntos
in Peru: Emmanuelle Piccoli, Fonds de la recherche scientifique
/ Université catholique de Louvain
For whose own good? The JUNTOS Conditional Cash Transfer
Program in Peru: Bronwen M Gillespie, University of Sussex
Examining the impacts of Progresa-Oportunidades on poverty and
inequality: A case study in Las Margaritas, Chiapas, Mexico:
David J Calles Montaño, Simon Fraser University; Gerardo
Otero, Simon Fraser University
From Bearers of Indigeneity to Pliant Citizens: Transforming
Indigenous Women's Citizenship in Mexico's Oportunidades
Program: Holly A Dygert, Rhode Island College
170 // FEA - Featured/Invited Session - Wednesday, 4:00pm 5:45pm, San Cristobal B
Featured Session - Exploring the Ins and Outs of Academic
Publishing: An Insider's View (Journals)
Session Organizer: Philip D Oxhorn, McGill University
Apuntes, Revista de Ciencias Sociales: Martín Monsalve Zanatti,
Universidad del Pacifico
Crítica y Emancipación. Revista Latinoamericana de Ciencias
Sociales: Pablo Gentili, Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias
Sociales (CLACSO)
Estudios Interdisciplinarios de America Latina y el Caribe: Nahuel
Ribke, Tel Aviv University
European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies
(ERLACS): Barbara B Hogenboom, Centre for Latin American
Research and Documentation
Hispanic American Historical Review: Jocelyn H Olcott, Duke
University
Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology: Florence E
Babb, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Journal of Latin American Studies: Gareth Jones, London School of
Economics and Political Science; Paulo Drinot, University
College London; Diego Sánchez-Ancochea, University of
Oxford; Sian M Lazar, University of Cambridge
Latin American Politics and Society: William C Smith, University
of Miami; Alfred P Montero, Carleton College
Pensamiento Propio: Andrés Serbin, Coordinadora Regional de
Investigaciones Económicas y Sociales
Política y Gobierno: Julio Antonio Ríos-Figueroa, CIDE
Nomadías (Universidad de Chile): Kemy Oyarzun Vaccaro,
Universidad de Chile
Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies: Amy M Kennemore,
University of California/San Diego
171 // DEF - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 6
Fronteras, crimen organizado y seguridad nacional
Chair: Margath A Walker, University of Louisville
From theoretical borders to methodological practice: la frontera as
method: Margath A Walker, University of Louisville
Tráfico de Pessoas: Um crime de difícil percepção: Vinicius N
Correia
Multidimensional security dilemma in the cyberwarfare paradigm:
Eloi M Senhoras, Universidade Federal de Roraima (UFRR
172 // GEN - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, San
Cristobal F
Gender Representation in Print Culture
"Ineffective Masculinity:" Intersection of Masculinity & Nationhood
in Portraits of Cuban Men from Time & Newsweek 1959-2010:
Jamie L Palmer, University of Georgia
Spectacular Bodies: Portrays of Women Intellectuals and Artists in
Cuban Print Culture (1868-1912): Maria Alejandra Aguilar
Dornelles, SUNY Oswego
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"Born to Make Homes, Not for the Street": Working-Class Women
and the Politics of Peronist Desire in the Children's Magazine
Mundo Infantil, 1949-1955: Thomas J Brinkerhoff, University
of Pennsylvania
Monstrous and Domesticated: Women Politicians in Mexican and
U.S. Editorial Cartoons: Zazil E Reyes Garcia, University of the
Incarnate Word
Discussant: Jesús E Muñoz Machín, Editorial de la Mujer
173 // SMP - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Boardroom
2
Globalization and Structural Reform Impact on the Economies
Chair: María de la Paz Guzmán Plata, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana Azcapotzalco
Amarillo o negro, no es oro todo lo que reluce. Análisis de la
complejidad económica en la Región Andina, 1995-2012.: Sara
Caria, Universidad de Salamanca; Miguel Carrera Troyano,
Universidad de Salamanca; Rafael Dominguez Martín,
Universidad de Cantabria
How Deep Is Your Love (For Globalization)? Survey Experiment
Evidence from Mexico, Colombia, and Ecuador: David B Crow,
Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas
Cambio estructural en México: ¿la nueva quimera del desarrollo en
el siglo XXI?: Jose Cruz Roa Hernandez
Crédito y crecimiento en México: María de la Paz Guzmán Plata,
Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Azcapotzalco
174 // LTC - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 5
Gótico tropical. Aproximaciones al Gótico en América Latina
Session Organizer: Gabriel A Eljaiek-Rodriguez, Lawrence
University
Chairs: Gabriel A Eljaiek-Rodriguez, Lawrence University
Felipe Martinez Pinzon, College of Staten Island-CUNY
Revolcones y pinchazos: ciencia y espiritismo decimonónicos en
Póstumo, el transmigrado (1872) y Póstumo el envirginado
(1882) de Alejandro Tapia Rivera: María del Pilar Blanco,
University of Oxford
La humanización del monstruo o la monstrificación del humano:
dilemas de la novela gótica actual.: Nadina E Olmedo,
University of San Francisco
Gótico y mestizaje en la narrativa del medio siglo XIX
latinoamericano: Felipe Martinez Pinzon, College of Staten
Island-CUNY
¿Gótico mexicano? Intertextualidades ominosas en el cine de
Carlos Enrique Taboada: Enrique Ajuria Ibarra, Universidad de
las Américas Puebla
“Si entras en esta casa, no salgas”. El tropo de la casa embrujada
en La mansión de Araucaíma de Álvaro Mutis y su versión
fílmica de Carlos Mayolo: Gabriel A Eljaiek-Rodriguez,
Lawrence University
175 // HIS - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, San Cristobal
G
Historias de violencias, aprehensiones y pánicos sociales
Sponsor: Universidad de Puerto Rico Río Piedras
Chair: Mayra Rosario-Urrutia, Universidad de Puerto Rico/Río
Piedras
Prevenciones gubernativas contra fugitivos; acogida y ocultación
de los escapados en la década de los 1840 en Puerto Rico:
Fernando Picó, Universidad de Puerto Rico
"Un desastre natural global”: la llegada y difusión de la pandemia
de influenza a Puerto Rico en 1918: Mayra Rosario-Urrutia,
Universidad de Puerto Rico/Río Piedras
De olvidos, perdones y reconciliaciones: “performance” del terror
y memoria en la posdictadura chilena: Juan R Hernández
García, Universidad de Puerto Rico/Rio Piedras
La cartografía del desastre: Defensa Civil y refugios en Puerto Rico
durante la Guerra Fría: Manuel R Rodriguez, University of
Puerto Rico
¿Cómo imaginar lo “inimaginable”?: Carlos Pabón Ortega,
Universidad de Puerto Rico
176 // AFR - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Tropical A
Identidades en movimiento: Diasporas y Migración Indígena y
Afrodecendiente. I
Chair: Daniel A Castelblanco, Georgetown University
Gaga Pa'l Pueblo: An exploration of an Afro Dominican cultural
celebration: Daly Guilamo, Borough of Manhattan Community
College/CUNY
La resurrección de las huacas: los sikuris metropolitanos más allá
del “corazón de los Andes” y su papel en la apropiación,
resignificación y sacralización de espacios urbanos: Daniel A
Castelblanco, Georgetown University
Evangelicals and New Agers in the Last Inka Ayllu. A Quechua
community’s conflicts over indigeneity: Guillermo Salas
Carreño, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
Transnational Generations: Mixtec Migrants in Oxnard, California:
Noe Lopez, University of Texas at Austin
Discussant: Cecilia Sheridan-Prieto, CIESAS
177 // INV - Featured/Invited Session - Wednesday, 4:00pm 5:45pm, Las Olas
Invited Session - The Intersection of Queer Artists, Activists,
and Scholars in Puerto Rico
Sponsor: Sexualities Track
Session Organizer: Salvador Vidal-Ortiz, American University
Feathering the Literature: Angel Antonio Ruiz Laboy, Colectivo
Literario Homoerótica
The Political and Social Advances and Setbacks of the LGBTT
Movement in Puerto Rico: Revising Strategies for Resistance:
Olga Orraca Paredes, Human Rights Activist
Translating Mala Mala: Film and the Cultural Politics of Puerto
Rican Drag and Trans Identities: Lawrence M La FountainStokes, University of Michigan
Discussant: Licia Fiol-Matta, City University of New York/Lehman
College
178 // GEN - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Murphy 7
Jurisprudencia, Derehos Humanos y Género I
Chair: Elizabeth Rocio M Vallejo Rivera, Pontificia Universidad
Católica del Peru
"La mujer de solar": La estigmatización de la mujer pobre en la
Cuba republicana: Mélanie Moreau-Lebert, Université
Bordeaux Montaigne
Sex and Honor in the Courtroom: El Salvador, 1920s-1950s: Aldo
V Garcia Guevara, Worcester State University
The Invisible Violence: Street Sexual Harassment in Metropolitan
Lima and Callao: Elizabeth Rocio M Vallejo Rivera, Pontificia
Universidad Católica del Peru
179 // CSS - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Foyer A
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Clases medias y mediadas. Identidades emergentes, precariedad
y retos politicos en LA
Chairs: Cecilia Guemes, Centro de Estudios Políticos y
Constitucionales
Maria L Stasevicius, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Middle class in LA: Work in progress?: Cecilia Guemes, Centro de
Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales
Agenda y efectos de la protesta en la Venezuela post-Chávez:
Manuel Hidalgo Trenado, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Clases Medias, Neoliberalismo y Politicas Urbanas en Buenos
Aires: Carolina A Sternberg, DePaul University
Nuevos precarios. Incongruencia y pérdida de subjetividad en Las
viudas de los jueves: Maria L Stasevicius, University of Illinois
at Urbana Champaign
Discussant: Maria Hermínia Tavares de Almeida,
CEBRAP/University of Sao Paulo
180 // SEC - Workshop - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, San
Cristobal C
La cultura popular en los medios masivos
Sponsor: Mass Media and Popular Culture
Session Organizer: Silvia G Kurlat Ares
Chair: Silvia G Kurlat Ares
Presenters: Paul T Alonso, Georgia Tech
Lara N Dotson-Renta, Brown University
Discussant: Eduardo González Castillo, CRÉVAJ
181 // LSN - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Flamingo D
La escritura de viaje: una práctica emergente entre las mujeres
sudamericanas del siglo XIX
Session Organizer: Vanesa A Miseres, University of Notre Dame
“Los escritos de las monjas francesas viajeras en Colombia, Siglo
XIX”: Beatriz Castro Carvajal, Universidad del Valle
“La figura del “guía” en los relatos de viajeras: precariedad,
intercambio de conocimiento y políticas discursivas de
exclusión”: Vanesa A Miseres, University of Notre Dame
Con anteojos rosados: la Inglaterra de Viaje de recreo y Paseos
por Londres: Francesca A Denegri, Pontificia Universidad
Católica del Perú
182 // FIL - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, San Cristobal
E
La reinvención de Latinoamérica : transnacionalismo desde los
marginados en el cine
Chair: Marie-Eve Monette, McGilUniversity
Bandidaje como cuéstion de clase: el rol del marginal romántico en
el imaginario latinoamericano: Luiza C Lusvarghi,
Universidade de São Paulo
Historiografía, postcolonialismo y descolonización en También la
lluvia (Bollaín 2010): Marie-Eve Monette, McGilUniversity
Sin vampiras ni atormentadas: La construcción al margen de la
figura lesbiana en las películas de Lucia Puenzo y Marta
Balletbó-Coll: Maria Adelaida Escobar Trujillo, McGill
University
183 // CUL - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 8
Las corporalidades excluidas. PARTE 1
Session Organizer: Juan Carlos Jorge, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Chair: Mauricio List Reyes, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de
Puebla
Sujetos dóciles en el ámbito hospitalario: el manejo clínico de la
intersexualidad humana: Juan Carlos Jorge, Universidad de
Puerto Rico
Discriminación y códigos corporales en experiencias obstétricas:
Maria de los Angeles Sánchez Bringas, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana
Índice de Masa Corporal y estigmatización de las personas obesas.:
Dora I Cardaci, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana/Xochimilco
La “apariencia”: Una constelación de exclusiones corporales: Elsa
E Muñiz, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana/Xochimilco
Discussant: Veronica V Rodriguez Cabrera, Univ Autónoma
Mtrpl/Xochimilco
184 // MAS - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Caribe
Media, History, and Fiction
Chair: Vanessa M Fernández, Duquesne University
Balconeando la historia: la Primera Guerra Mundial vista a través
de las imágenes de la revista Caras y Caretas (Argentina 19141918): Ana M Moraña, Shippensburg University
El discurso escolar de la clase media a través de las revistas
Billiken y Anteojito. Apuntes sobre la reconstrucción de voces
de una infancia mayoritaria y silenciosa.: Antonella Tiravassi
Readers as Stars: A Case Study of Two Contests in Argentine
Women’s Magazines in the Late 1950s.: Carlos R De Souza,
UTPA
Latino, Ibero, and Hispano—americanismo(s) and the Literary
Magazines that Bridged the Atlantic (1920-1930): Vanessa M
Fernández, Duquesne University
Avant-Garde Inquiries: Questioning Art and Identity in Latin
American Print Culture: Lori Cole, New York University
Discussant: Manuel Gutiérrez, Rice University
185 // LAT - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Murphy 4
Miami Latins: Past and Present.
Remembering Pedro Pan: Childhood and Collective Memory in
Havana and Miami, 1960-2000.: Anita M Casavantes Bradford,
University of California/ Irvine
Exiles, Cuban-Americans, or Hispanics? Identity Politics in Miami's
"Lost" Decade of the 1970s.: Michael Bustamante, Yale
University
Two Wings of the Same Bird? Comparing Cubans in Miami and
Puerto Ricans in Orlando.: Jorge L Duany, Florida International
University
Moving Up and Down the Ladder: Perceived Social Mobility and
Happiness among Miami's Immigrants.: Elizabeth M Aranda,
University of South Florida; Elizabeth Vaquera, University of
south Florida
186 // HUM - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Ponce de
Leon C
Migración, derechos humanos y nuevas identidades
Chair: Yaser Robles
Central American Child Migrants and the U.S./Mexico Border
Crisis: A Honduran Case Study: Yaser Robles
Micro, Meso, and Macro Articulations of Human Rights:
Understandings from Migrants, Discourses from Activists, and
Responses from Institutions Along the U.S.-Mexico Border:
Heidy Sarabia, University of Pennsylvania
Social and Symbolic Boundaries, Anti-Haitianismo and Dominican
Identity: From the Haitian Occupation to la Sentencia of
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September 2013: Yanick St Jean, NorthWest Arkansas
Community College; Ana Liberato, University of Kentucky
The widowhood in the Years of Lead: memories and fluid identities:
Lidia Maria V Possas, UNESP campus de Marília/SP
187 // LST - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Flamingo A
Narrativa contemporánea I: Espacios cruzados y los lindes de lo
humano
Chair: Héctor M Hoyos Ayala, Stanford University
Embodiment, Space, and Hemispheric Consciousness:
Representations of Central American Migration in Amarás a
Dios sobre todas las cosas de Alejandro Hernández: Mario N
Castro-Villarreal, University of Texas at Austin
Building the Narco-Machine: Maps, Borders and Cartographies in
Daniel Sada's "El lenguaje del juego": Thelma JiménezAnglada, The University of Chicago
Drogas y marginalidad en Cualquier miércoles soy tuya de Marya
Santos Febres: Victor J Figueroa Sepulveda, Wayne State
University
Fronteras de identidad y cyberpunk: una lectura de Los cuerpos del
verano, de Martín Castamente: Liliana Colanzi, Cornell
University
The Juridical Personhood of Nature in El jardín de Nora: Héctor M
Hoyos Ayala, Stanford University
188 // CSS - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 3
Negotiating the State: Citizen Demands and Marginal Activisms
through Engagement with Development and Policy
Session Organizer: Mary Elena Wilhoit, Northwestern University
Chair: Jael A Goldsmith Weil, Universidad de Los Lagos Chile
Activist bureaucrats and the “power of the pen”: An ethnographic
approach to bureaucratic power and environmental governance
in Brazil: Paula S Dias, Brown University
Gendered Labor in Rural Peru: Linking Formality and Political
Subjectivity: Mary Elena Wilhoit, Northwestern University
Activists as Journalists? Toward an Understanding of How Activists
in El Salvador Use Social Media for Social Change: Summer D
Harlow, Florida State University
Ethics at the Margins?: Intersections of Ethical Labeling,
Development, and Gender in Fair Trade Coffee Co-operatives
in Northern Nicaragua: Rebecca Kruger, Columbia University
Demanding Development: Empowerment and the Shrinking State in
Andean Peru: Eric M Hirsch, University of Chicago
Discussant: Elizabeth Cartwright, Idaho State University
189 // CUL - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 9
On Fútbol, Politics, and the State
Session Organizer: Alfio S Saitta, Indiana University
Chair: Alfio S Saitta, Indiana University
“El gobierno no tolerá nuevos excesos” - Intervención estatal en el
fútbol argentino, 1966-1974: Rwany Sibaja, University of
Maryland-Baltimore County
Fútbol y crisis: La Liga y el “mercado” transatlántico: Luis
González-Barrios, The College of William and Mary
Sports, labor politics, and the internationalization of Argentine
fútbol: The Footballers’ Strike of 1948: Alfio S Saitta, Indiana
University
Copa pra Quem? (Who is the World Cup for?): Social
Fragmentation and Anti-World Cup Activism: Margit Ystanes,
University of Bergen
190 // PER - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Flamboyan
Precarious Settings, Intervening Performances
Chair: Gad Guterman, Webster University
"Esquizofrenia Puertorricensis" by José (Papo) Márquez: A
Response to the "Precariedad" of Being Puerto Rican: Gloria F
Waldman, CUNY Graduate Center, York College
Constructing a Mestizaje Girlhood: (Trans)Indigeneity in the
Coming-of-Age Performances and Rituals in the Americas:
Cecilia J Aragón, University of Wyoming
A Supreme Education: Sonia Sotomayor’s Early Exposure to
Performance Practices: Gad Guterman, Webster University
Precarious Spaces: Post-Human Aesthetic in Contemporary Chilean
Theatre and Performance: Claudia Villegas-Silva, Arizona State
University
Midwest Boricua, Fred Arroyo: From Factory and Farmworker to
the Halls of Academe: Geraldine J Casey, Indiana University
191 // AGR - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Tropical C
Reestructuraciones, intervenciones, y mercados en en el sector
agroindustrial
Chairs: Estela Martínez-Borrego, Universidad Nacional Autónoma
de México
Gustavo A Gordillo de Anda, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de
México
Rol del Estado en el proceso de precarización del sector
agroexportador en Chile (1973 -2010): Estudio de Caso:
Claudia Cerda Becker, Friedrich Schiller Universität Jena
Agricultura, reestructuración productiva y exportaciones en la Zona
Metropolitana de León Guanajuato, México: Estela MartínezBorrego, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Closing the yield gap: The politics of agrarian extractivist
technologies in Brazil: Ryan Nehring, Cornell University
La experiencia reciente en Colombia: José Antonio Ocampo,
Columbia University
La experiencia reciente en México: Gustavo A Gordillo de Anda,
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Discussant: Jimena S Valdes Subercaseaux, Centro de Estudios para
el Desarrollo de la Mujer
192 // AFR - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Tropical B
Resistencia en la Palabra Escrita: Escritoras Indígenas y
Afrodecendientes Contemporáneas. II
Chair: Pamela Cappas-Toro, Stetson University
“Grinding Words”: Ethel Xochitiotzin Pérez’s Subversion of Nahua
Patriarchy in <i>Tlaoxtika in tlajtol</i>: Adam W Coon,
University of Texas/Austin
“In the Shade of Precarious Limbs: Risia’s Muddy Entanglements in
Marilene Felinto’s As Mulheres de Tijicopapu”: Hapsatou
Wane, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
“Yo amo a mi pajón”: Empoderamiento femenino, activismo afrodominicano y las redes sociales: Pamela Cappas-Toro, Stetson
University
193 // BIO - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Foyer C
Rethinking Development from a Latin American Perspective
Session Organizer: Johannes M Waldmueller, New York University
/ Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar, Quito
Chair: Artur Zimerman, Universidade Federal do ABC
The Emerging Tensions of Rethinking Development: Juan Loera
Gonzalez, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Separating the Wheat from the Chaff: Challenging the Boundaries
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of the Human Development Paradigm from the Andes: Ana
Estefania Carballo, University of Westminster
Landscapes of Contrast: The Neo-extractivist State and Indigenous
Peoples in “Post-neoliberal” Times: Lucas D Savino, Huron
University College
Terra e conflitos na América Latina redemocratizada: Artur
Zimerman, Universidade Federal do ABC
Human Rights Indicators and Framing the Right to Food
Sovereignty in Ecuador: Johannes M Waldmueller, New York
University / Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar, Quito
194 // CUL - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Ponce
Sacándole el cuerpo a la norma: precarización y subalternidad
en Puerto Rico
Chair: Lara Caride Alonso
La representación de la violencia en las cárceles estadounidenses
desde el testimonio del ex-prisionero político puertorriqueño
Juan Segarra Palmer (1985-2004): Lara Caride Alonso
Cuerpo pobre: colonialidad del género e imperialismo somático:
Jaime A Géliga Quiñones, PIEM, Colegio de México
Miradas a lo criminal: la imagen de Jean Carlos y Heriberto:
Rafael Acevedo-Cruz
Degradando a la yal: racialización y violencia de las mujeres
pobres en Puerto Rico: Katsi Y Rodriguez Velazquez, Brown
University
La prostitución femenina en Puerto Rico: el cuerpo reglamentado.:
Karim N Perez Torres
195 // DEF - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Executive
Boardroom
Safe and Inclusive Cities in Latin America: Research to Reduce
Urban Violence, Poverty, and Inequalities
Sponsor: International Development Research Centre (IDRC)
Session Organizer: Jennifer E Salahub, International Development
Research Centre
Chair: Jennifer E Salahub, International Development Research
Centre
Social Cohesion and Violence Prevention Programmes in Rio de
Janeiro: Ignacio I Cano, Universidade Estadual do Rio de
Janeiro
Violencia y Comunidad en Lima, Bogotá y Santiago: Hugo H
Frühling, University of Chile
The Role of Informal Institutions in Promoting Safe and Inclusive
Cities: Roberto Briceño-León, Laboratorio de Ciencias Sociales,
LACSO
Understanding Non-Violent Masculinities in Rio de Janeiro: Tatiana
Moura, Instituto Promundo
Safe and Inclusive Cities: Insights for Latin America from South
Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa: Jennifer E Salahub, International
Development Research Centre
Discussant: Arturo Alvarado Mendoza, El Colegio de México
196 // LST - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Murphy 1
Sobre el género policíaco
Chair: Oscar E Montoya-Guerra, University of Pennsylvania
Sunny Places for Shady People: The Mexican Post-policiaco:
Joseph M Towle, Augsburg College
Ética de la violencia y tradiciones de izquierda en "Algunas nubes "
y "No habrá final feliz" de Paco Ignacio Taibo II: Oscar E
Montoya-Guerra, University of Pennsylvania
The Forensic Novel: Event, Archive, and Violence after Roberto
Bolaño’s 2666: Carlos Fonseca Suárez, Princeton University
Discussant: Gonzalo M Aguiar Malosetti, State University of New
York at Oswego
197 // LTC - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Flamingo B
Subjetividades Caribeñas: espacios de reflexión en la literatura
contemporanea
Chair: Mon Zabala-Aleman
Caribe, cuerpo y exilio: contextualizando las subjetividades
caribeñas: Mell Rivera Diaz
Escritura del exilio: un espejo de la memoria en papel: Irving S
Rodriguez Acosta, Universidad de Puerto Rico
¿Quién cuenta el cuento? : el sujeto transeúnte en la literatura de
Manuel Ramos Otero: Gabriela P Calzada Rodriguez
Infantes y animales: el devenir de una corporalidad caribeña
posinsular: Madeline Lamboy Benítez
Discussant: Mon Zabala-Aleman
198 // CUL - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference
10
Subjetividades al borde: precariedad, afectos y política
Session Organizer: Irene Depetris Chauvin, UBA CONICET
Chair: Cecilia M Macon, University of Buenos Aires
Lamentos relacionales: desposesión como resiliencia en Paula
Luttinger y Lygia Clark: Cecilia M Macon, University of
Buenos Aires
Precariedades y afectos en dos documentales sobre el sertão
brasileño: Irene Depetris Chauvin, UBA CONICET
Legislar los afectos: Ana L Abramowski, FLACSO Argentina
Materialidades y afectos precarios en la literatura argentina
contemporánea: Cynthia A Francica, The University of Texas at
Austin
199 // CUL - Workshop - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm,
Boardroom 3
Tecnologías de la Crítica.
Session Organizer: César A Pérez Sanchez, University of Southern
California
Presenters: Maddalena A Cerrato, Texas A&M Department of
International Studies
Pablo Domínguez Galbraith, Princeton University
César A Pérez Sanchez, University of Southern California
Michela Russo, Texas A&M University
200 // LTC - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Flamingo C
Texto, cuerpo y periferia en el modernismo hispanoamericano.
Session Organizer: Erick J Blandon, University of MissouriColumbia
Chair: Jorge Camacho, University of South Carolina
Dandis latinoamericanos: las batallas de la pose en el modernismo
a inicios del siglo XX: Juan Pablo P Sutherland P, Universidad
de Chile
Enrique Gómez Carrillo: La irresistible atracción de lo siniestro:
Erick J Blandon, University of Missouri-Columbia
“De porcelana de China": erotismo y lujo en el Modernismo: Jorge
Camacho, University of South Carolina
200-b // CSS - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Ponce de
Leon B
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The Communal State and the Quest of Inclusion in Venezuela:
Theoretical Debates and Empirical Challenges
Session Organizers: Maria del Pilar García-Guadilla, Universidad
Simón Bolívar
Eduardo Silva, Tulane University
Chair: Maria del Pilar García-Guadilla, Universidad Simón Bolívar
Theories on the State Applied to Venezuela: Can a State-Driven
Transformation under Capitalism Lead to the Construction of a
Communal State?: Steve Ellner, Universidad de Oriente Puerto
La Cruz
Tantalizing Sphinx: Commune and State in Venezuela: George
Ciccariello-Maher, Drexel University
The Commune as Popular Incorporation in the Political Arena:
Eduardo Silva, Tulane University
The Commune in One Place: Promise and contradiction in the 23 de
Enero: Alejandro Velasco, New York University
La inclusión-excluyente y el debate alrededor de la viabilidad
territorial, política y económica del Estado Comunal: Maria del
Pilar García-Guadilla, Universidad Simón Bolívar
Discussant: David A Smilde, Tulane University
201 // ART - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Ceiba
The Expansion of the Arts II: Politics
Session Organizer: Natalia Brizuela, University of
California/Berkeley
Chair: Natalia Brizuela, University of California/Berkeley
The Market and Consumption as Powers in the Realm of
Consciousness: Sergio Delgado, Harvard University
Social Allegories of Reading: Francis Alÿs in the Age of
Cuauhtémoc: Amy Sara Carroll, University of Michigan
‘This is Not America’: Negation in Contemporary Art and Theory:
Esther L Gabara, Duke University
La memoria de lo inacabado: arqueología y temporalidad en Lina
Bo Bardi y Flávio de Carvalho: Luz Horne, Universidad de San
Andrés
Discussant: Lisa M Blackmore, Universität Zürich
Duran Gonzalez, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo
De Estados Unidos a San Luis Potosí: discriminación e invisibilidad
social y educativa de los niños retornados.: María Guadalupe
Ávila Vázquez
La Chiquillada”: infancia y trabajo invisibilizado de los niños en
un poblado del medio rural michoacano: Maria del Pilar Angón
Torres
Discussant: Lydia Raesfeld, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de
Hidalgo
204 // ECO - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Salon del
Mar A
Understanding Global Inequalities through Local Arenas of
Negotiation: The Contentious Politics of Nature
Sponsor: desiguALdades.net / BMBF
Session Organizer: Rodrigo Rodrigues-Silveira, Universidad de
Salamanca
Chair: Marianne Braig, Lateinamerika Institut der FU Berlin
Identifying Typical Settings of Socially Embedded Inequalities in
Latin American Regions: Looking Through the Socioecological
Glasses: Rodrigo Rodrigues-Silveira, Universidad de Salamanca
Prior Consultation as Arena of Negotiation: The Impact of ILO
Convention 169 in the Production of Inequalities in Colombia:
Manuel E Gongora-Mera, Lateinamerika-Institut / Freie
Universität Berlin
Countering Social Conflict: Strategies of Companies and the State
in the North-Chilean Water Conflicts: Bettina M Schorr, Freie
Universität Berlin
Discussant: Astrid Ulloa, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
202 // HIS - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 7
The FBI and United States counter intelligence networks in
Latin America
Sponsor: Latin American Perspectives
Chair: Victor Silverman, Pomona College
Oil, the FBI and the U.S. Security Complex in Venezuela 1935-1947:
Miguel R Tinker Salas, Pomona College
The FBI in Ecuador: Marc Becker, Truman State University
The FBI, Puerto Rico, and the Nationalist Party: Margaret M
Power, Illinois Institute of Technology
Discussant: J. Patrice McSherry, Long Island University,
Universidad Alberto Hurtado
203 // EDU - Panel - Wednesday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Salon del
Mar B
The challenge of making children’s adverse circumstances
visible; such as vulnerability conditions and migratory
dynamics; and how to provide them with education.
Session Organizer: Lydia Raesfeld, Universidad Autónoma del
Estado de Hidalgo
Chair: Sonia Comboni Salinas, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana/Xochimilco
Dinámicas sociales y educativas de los niños y niñas indígenas en
escuelas urbanas de Pachuca, Hidalgo. México: Rosa Elena
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205 // LAW - Workshop - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Ponce
de Leon C
Asylum Advocacy: Building Academic and Professional Support
Networks for Immigrants
Session Organizer: Kimberly A Gauderman, University of New
Mexico
Chairs: Kimberly A Gauderman, University of New Mexico
Elizabeth Q Hutchison, University of New Mexico
Presenters: Michele L Leiby, College of Wooster
Shannon Speed, University of Texas/Austin
Maria T Baldini-Potermin
Megan E Jordi, New Mexico Immigrant Law Center / Kids in Need
of Defense (KIND)
Wayne J Pitts, RTI International
Forrest S Pitts, University of New Mexico
206 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Wednesday, 6:00pm 7:45pm, San Cristobal D
Cine Puertorriqueño en S8: Colectivo de cine Taller La Red
Sponsor: Film Studies
Chair: Isabel Arredondo, State University of New York
¿Y por qué el super8?: Eduardo Canovas
El cine súper 8 experimental en Puerto Rico en los ’80: Poli
Marichal
Historia de La Red: Joaquín García, .
Taller La Red: Cine independiente en el Puerto Rico predigital:
Carlos Malavé
Discussant: María Cristina Rodríguez-Pagán, Universidad de Puerto
Rico
207 // HIS - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Boardroom 1
Colonial Latin America: The State, its Subjects and National
Patriomonies in historical perspective
Chairs: Ana E Schaposchnik, DePaul University
Christina M Bueno, Northeastern Illinois University
Exploring Topics of Town Government in Tepetlaoztoc: from the
Altepetl to the Nahua Cabildo: Octavio Barajas, Tulane
University
Inside the Prisons of the Lima Inquisition: Individual and
Collective Agency (Peru, 1600s): Ana E Schaposchnik, DePaul
University
Sermons, Biblical Typology, and Colonial Creativity: Why a Whole
World became Invisible: Jorge Cañizares-Esguerra, University
of Texas/Austin
Authenticity and Archaeological Patrimony in Porfirian Mexico:
Christina M Bueno, Northeastern Illinois University
Peyote as an indigenous patrimony, 1970-2000: Alexander S
Dawson, Simon Fraser University
208 // BIO - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Foyer C
Conservation in Latin America and the Caribbean
Chair: Grace Iara Souza, King's College London
Análisis económico de funciones ambientales del manglar en el
Ecosistema Sabana-Camagüey (ESC).: Gloria de las Mercedes
Gómez Pais, Dirección de Medio Ambiente del CITMA; Jorge
Alejandro Delgado Gomez, IACC
Fauna de Cuba en base de datos para la Gestión Ambiental: Teresa
Rubio, Agencia de Medio Ambiente de Cuba
Human precarity extended: the case of farmers and invasive species
on the highlands of Galapagos: Paolo Bocci, University of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The Environment or the Economy?: National Park Politics in Latin
America and the Caribbean: Grant A Burrier, Curry College
Global demands, National Commitments, Local Impacts: Reflecting
on Global Human Security and Local Livelihoods in the
Amazonas State of Brazil: Grace Iara Souza, King's College
London
Discussant: Bertha Lizano Machado, Universidad de Ciencias
Médicas de La Habana
209 // FIL - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, San Cristobal
E
Cracks in the Screen: Theorizing a Third Space in Mexican
Cinema
Sponsor: UC-Mexicanistas
Session Organizer: Ilana S Luna, Arizona State University
Chair: Ilana S Luna, Arizona State University
Dirty Laundry (Literally) and Third Space in Contemporary
Mexican Film: Emily A Hind, University of Florida
As Seen on TV: Central American Migrants and Third Spaces in
Mexican Film: Carlos A Vargas, University of California/Irvine
The Stain of the Third Space in Mexican Cinema: John V Waldron,
University of Vermont
Including Excess: Camp Aesthetics and the Creation of a Third
Space in the Films of Teresa Suárez: Ilana S Luna, Arizona State
University
Discussant: Laura G Gutiérrez-Escarpita, University of Texas at
Austin
210 // PIP - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Caribe
Decentralization, local governments, and progressive parties
Chairs: Don Leonard, Tulane University
Patricio D Navia, Universidad Diego Portales
All Politics is Local: Decentralization and Government
Performance across Bolivian Municipalities: Don Leonard,
Tulane University
La legitimación electoral de las autonomías departamentales:
Análisis de resultados electorales y proceso políticos en Santa
Cruz, Cochabamba y Oruro: Erika M Brockmann, Instituto
Prisma - Centro de Promoción Gregoria Apaza
Parallel Political Developments in Latin America: A Historical
Appraisal: Matthew C Wilson, Pennsylvania State University
Building Governability? Some Lessons from Morales’ Bolivia: John
F Crabtree, University of Oxford
Resisting Social Movement Party Normalization: A Comparative
Analysis of the MAS in Bolivia and Brazil’s PT: Mariana Giusti
Rodríguez, Cornell University
Discussant: Chad P Kiewiet de Jonge, Centro de Investigación y
Docencia Económicas (CIDE)
211 // OTS - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Salon del
Mar B
Decolonizing Knowledge Practices
Chair: Rosana L Simons, UCLA César E. Chávez Dept of Chicana/o
Studies
Co-Creating "bozalta": A Decolonial Interactive-Archive: Rosana L
Simons, UCLA César E. Chávez Dept of Chicana/o Studies
El diseño de espacios populares de formación y organización
política para promover la solidaridad haitiana-venezolana:
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Jeanette Charles, Universidad Bolivariana de Venezuela
Outros Saberes para Outras Democracias: Um diálogo a partir da
experiência da Universidade Pública Haitiana: Pâmela M
Marques
212 // LTC - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Flamingo B
Desde el espacio fronterizo hacia una poética de la frontera
Chair: Cintia Tatiana C Navallo Coimbra, Pontificia Universidad
Catolica del Valparaiso
Desplazamientos poéticos en escrituras y cuerpos fronterizos: Cintia
Tatiana C Navallo Coimbra, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del
Valparaiso
Trazando nuevas fronteras ideológicas: La maleabilidad de la Santa
Muerte: Pamela Bastante, University of Prince Edward Island
Del testimonio a la autoficción: El caso del taller literario Ave
Fenix de la Casa Museo de la Memoria en Medellín: Andres
Arteaga, Saint Mary's University
El enmascaramiento femenino en la frontera: poéticas de la
resistencia en Estilo (2011) de Dolores Dorantes y Seducción de
los venenos (2008) de Roxana Rupailaf: Tatiana T Calderón Le
Joliff, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso
Escritura del cuerpo e identidades femeninas transfronterizas desde
la violencia: Sangre en el desierto, de Alicia Gaspar de Alba:
Edith Mora, Pontifica Universidad Catolica del Valparaiso
213 // CUL - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference
10
Dinamización del espacio cultural cubano desde la perspectiva
de las redes de colaboración
Session Organizer: Amaya Carricaburu Collantes, Centro de
Investigaciones y Desarrollo de la Música Cubana
Chair: Angel G Quintero-Rivera, Universidad de Puerto Rico
La investigación musicológica en el contexto de las redes de
información. Una experiencia cubana: Amaya Carricaburu
Collantes, Centro de Investigaciones y Desarrollo de la Música
Cubana
“Cultura campesina en Cuba. Importancia de las redes de
colaboración para su sostenibilidad: Eurídice Averhoff Pérez,
Instituto Cubano de la Música
Proyecto de transformación integral del barrio La Corea. Una
experiencia de desarrollo territorial: Ada Llanes Marrero,
Instituto Cubano de la Música
214 // MLD - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Las Olas
Dinámicas de Exclusión y Precariedad de la Migración
Mexicana a Estados Unidos
Session Organizer: Gustavo Lopez Angel, Benemérita Universidad
Autónoma de Puebla
:La Precarización Laboral De Migrantes Mexicanos En Los
Estados Unidos Después De La Crisis Económica, La
Vulnerabilidad Laboral Que Llego Para Quedarse: Oscar
Calderón Morillón, Benemerita Universidad Autónoma de
Puebla
Vulnerabilidad Del Mercado De Trabajo Migrante Mexicano En
Estados Unidos En La Construcción De Una Sociedad Informal:
Samuel Amador Vazquez, Benemerita Universidad Autónoma
de Puebla
Pluralidad Religiosa y Tensiones en los Sistemas Normativos
Indígenas en una Comunidad Transnacional de la Mixteca
Poblana: Gustavo Lopez Angel, Benemérita Universidad
Autónoma de Puebla
Discussant: Rogelio Sebastián Salcido González, Benemérita
Universidad Autónoma de Puebla
215 // PIP - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Maguey
Election, Campaigns and Party Survival
Chair: Shin Toyoda
Análisis espacial de las elecciones presidenciales dominicanas
(1962-2012): Omar Alejandro Perez Rubiera
Why Did Mexican PRI Survive the Democratic Transitions? An
Institutional Explanation: Shin Toyoda
Do natural disasters affect electoral results? Evidence from 2010
Chilean Earthquake: Giancarlo Visconti, Columbia University
Street fighters and media stars: The effectiveness of different
campaign strategies in Brazilian proportional elections: Wagner
Pralon Mancuso, Universidade de São Paulo
216 // PIP - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference 4
Ethnographic Perspectives on Conditional Cash Transfer
Programs, Part II
Session Organizer: Lindsay DuBois, Dalhousie University
Chair: Emmanuelle Piccoli, Fonds de la recherche scientifique /
Université catholique de Louvain
Political rights or social assistance? Argentine understandings of
the Asignacion Universal por Hijo and political subjectivities:
Lindsay DuBois, Dalhousie University
L´assistance sociale et marché: le Conditional Cash Transfer
Program: Anete B Ivo, Professor of Universidade Católica do
Salvador - UCSAL - Programa de Pós-Graduação em Políticas
Sociais e Cidadania).
La socialización de los beneficios y mejoras privados de la política
neoliberal: una etnografía de la corresponsabilidad en los
programas de transferencias monetarias condicionadas.:
Alejandro Agudo-Sanchíz, Universidad Iberoamericana
Discussant: Nora Nagels, Université du Québec à Montréal
217 // ECO - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Salon del
Mar A
Exclusiones, Precariedades, Políticas Públicas y Justicia Social
Session Organizer: Nora Goren, Universidad Nacional Arturo
Jauretche
Chair: Andrea M Daverio, Universidad Nacional de Lanus
Políticas de flexibilidad laboral en México: Un análisis feminista
desde la condición masculina: Olivia Tena-Guerrero,
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Cooperativismo y políticas públicas. Los sentidos en disputa en la
promoción del trabajo asociado en Argentina: Johanna
Maldovan Bonelli, CEIL-CONICET/UBA/UNAJ
Estado, políticas públicas y violencia contra las mujeres en
Argentina. Desafios de implementación en espacios federales:
Andrea M Daverio, Universidad Nacional de Lanus
La gestión sexuada de la mano de obra. Cooperativas y Pymes.
Estado y Políticas Públicas: Nora Goren, Universidad Nacional
Arturo Jauretche
Discussant: Nora Goren, Universidad Nacional Arturo Jauretche
218 // FEA - Featured/Invited Session - Wednesday, 6:00pm 7:45pm, San Cristobal B
Featured Session - Latin American Studies Journals at a Critical
Juncture
Session Organizer: Ronald H Chilcote, University of
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California/Riverside
Chair: Ronald H Chilcote, University of California/Riverside
Presenters: Carmen Diana Deere, University of Florida
Steve Ellner, Universidad de Oriente Puerto La Cruz
Pablo Gentili, Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales
(CLACSO)
Rafael Meinardo Hernández Rodríguez, Revista Temas
Kemy Oyarzun Vaccaro, Universidad de Chile
Miguel R Tinker Salas, Pomona College
219 // PER - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Flamboyan
From Cafés to Conflagrations: Re/Mapping NuyoRico Beyond
Los Barrios
Chair: Jason Ramirez, SUNY - Suffolk
Nuyorican Aesthetics: The Pioneer Work of Miguel Piñero: Beatriz J
Rizk, Miami-Dade College, Miami, FL
Out of the Closet and Into the Kitchen: Negotiating Exclusion
through dis/comfort food in plays by Janis Astor del Valle:
Kimberly Ramirez, City University of New York
Nuyorican Cartographies: Welcome to Boogie Rican Boulevard:
Patricia Herrera, University of Richmond
The Stage is on Fire: The Bronx is Burning in Firehouse and
Happyland: Jason Ramirez, SUNY - Suffolk
220 // LST - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Murphy 1
Hegemony and Masculinity in Latin American Literature
Chair: Samanta Ordonez Robles, Cornell University
Historias de patitos feos: vergüenza, humor y escritura en relatos de
infancia en La traición de Rita Hayworth (1968) y La patografía
(1998): Celina Bortolotto, Massey University
La dimensión ética de las políticas transgénero en Salón de belleza
de Mario Bellatin: Samanta Ordonez Robles, Cornell University
La violencia y la masculinidad hegemónica: Ciclos eternos en Cien
botellas en una pared: Jennifer M Abercrombie, University of
Kansas
Entre el compromiso y la negociación: Teresa de la Parra como
intelectual: Gabriela E Romero-Ghiretti, Lindenwood University
221 // MAS - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Guayacan
Hemispheric Blackface: Performances of racial parody in the
Andes, the Caribbean and the diaspora
Chair: Danielle Roper, New York University
Mediascapes: Local Languages and Global Blackness in the
Dominican Republic: Jossianna Arroyo-Martínez, University of
Texas/Austin
“La rumba” en La Jungla: Wifredo Lam’s Performance(s) of the
“African Aesthetic of Modernism” and Avant-garde blackface:
Matthew Nicdao, NYU
Blackface in the Andean Fiesta: Blackness in Peru and the myth of
racial democracy in Latin America: Danielle Roper, New York
University
Racial Predation: Jill M Lane, New York University
222 // AFR - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Tropical A
Identidades en movimiento: Diasporas y Migración Indígena y
Afrodecendiente. II
Chair: Luis D Sánchez Ayala, Universidad de los Andes
Contra Viento y Marea, aquí estoy: Territorio e Identidad en San
Cristóbal: Luis D Sánchez Ayala, Universidad de los Andes
Displacing Indigeneity: Mapuche Youth Identity Formation in
Urban Centers in Santiago, Chile: Manuel A Burciaga,
University of California Santa Cruz
Afro-Descendent Islamic Heritage and Modern Migration Myths in
Brazil and the Caribbean: Nikolai A Dobronravin, St.
Petersburg State University.
African Diasporas in the Andes: Civil Rights, Social Visibility and
Cultural Identity: Fanny S Arellano López, Binghamton
University SUNY
223 // AFR - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Tropical B
Inequidad Racial y Discriminación
Chair: Luz L Marrero, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Catholic Heritage, Ethno-Racial Identity, and Prejudice in the
Dominican Republic: Cristian L Paredes, University of Texas at
Austin
Bringing to Light Racist Experiences of Black Men Living in Puerto
Rico: Luz L Marrero, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Discriminação de cor ou raça no acesso ao crédito produtivo no
Brasil: Marcelo Paixão, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
224 // GEN - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Murphy 7
Jurisprudencia, Derehos Humanos y Género II
Chair: Maria Moreno, Miami University
The materiality of the body and women´s rights. Affects and the
political, a new approach: Laura Gioscia, Universidad de la
República
“Lo político es personal” y las políticas “de género”: reflexiones
desde Nicaragua (1990-2014): Delphine Lacombe, École des
Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales
¿Justicia para las Mujeres Indígenas? Reflexionando desde el caso
del Reglamento de la Buena Convivencia: Maria Moreno,
Miami University
225 // CUL - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference 8
Las corporalidades excluidas. PARTE 2
Session Organizer: Elsa E Muñiz, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana/Xochimilco
Chair: Maria de los Angeles Sánchez Bringas, Universidad
Autónoma Metropolitana
La vivencia cotidiana de exclusión en la universidad: Mauricio List
Reyes, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla
Los cuerpos de la experimentación: algunas formas de
discriminación étnica, de género y de clase en la investigación
científica: María Guadalupe Huacuz Elías, Universidad
Autónoma Metropolitana Unidad Xochimilco
Cuerpos diabéticos, cuerpos afectados por prejuicios y
arbitrariedades: Veronica V Rodriguez Cabrera, Univ
Autónoma Mtrpl/Xochimilco
226 // LAT - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Murphy 4
Latino New York: changing profiles of Latinos in NYC
Session Organizer: Victoria Stone-Cadena, The Graduate Center,
CUNY
Chair: Teresita Levy, LehmanCollege/CUNY
How gender and race/ethnicity shaped the experiences of social
status among Latinas in New York City between 1990 and 2010:
Justine E Calcagno
Colombian and Dominican Children of Immigrants Growing Up in
New York City: Parallel Experiences of Identity Negotiation,
Divergent Life Trajectories: Debora A Upegui-Hernandez,
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CLACLS, City University of New York/Graduate Center
Indigenous Latinos: Challenges for Inclusion and Representation:
Victoria Stone-Cadena, The Graduate Center, CUNY
227 // MAS - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, San
Cristobal F
Lo narco entre precariedad y poder: Matices políticos,
performativos y afectivos
Session Organizer: Sophie Esch, Colorado State University
Chair: Sophie Esch, Colorado State University
“La balada que canta el cuerno de chivo”: Armas de fuego,
precariedad y actos performativos en el conflicto armado en
México: Sophie Esch, Colorado State University
Borrados, la identidad precaria del cholo ante el abismo de la
Guerra de las Drogas, en Luis Felipe Lomelí y Luis Humberto
Crosthwaite: Rafael Acosta Morales, University of Kansas
La precariedad de la clase media en el cine contemporáneo
colombiano: Miguel A Cabañas Enríquez, Michigan State
University
Las narco-telenovelas: las culturas bastardas toman la televisión:
Omar Gerardo Rincón Rodríguez, Universidad de los Andes
Heterosexualidad compulsiva y crisis histórica en la producción
cultural contemporánea sobre el narcotráfico: Maria Ospina,
Wesleyan University
Discussant: Oswaldo Zavala, College of Staten Island & The
Graduate Center, CUNY
228 // LSN - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Flamingo D
Modernities and Modernizations in 19th-Century Latin
America
Chair: Mayra G Bottaro, University of Oregon
An Andean El Dorado: Juana Manuela Gorriti’s Incan Romances of
the Guano Era: Lisa R Burner, University of Illinois/UrbanaChampaign
La representación de la utópica modernidad capitalista en 'Aves sin
nido' de Matto de Turner: Jack D Martinez Arias, Northwestern
University
Old new media in the 19th century and the possibilities of language:
Mayra G Bottaro, University of Oregon
Fotografía, arqueología y paisaje andino al filo del siglo XIX: Una
historia en disputa: Ximena M Briceño Battistini, Stanford
University
Discussant: Alejandro Ruiz Chang, Emisora Nacional Radio
Progreso
229 // HIS - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference 7
New Perspectives on the Cold War in Latin America
Chair: Sebastián P Carassai, CONICET-Universidad Nacional de
Quilmes / Universidad de Buenos Aires
Las grandes causas a pequeña escala. La guerra de Malvinas desde
Correa (Santa Fe): Sebastián P Carassai, CONICETUniversidad Nacional de Quilmes / Universidad de Buenos
Aires
Mapping Wounds: Planning as Violence in Argentina's Dirty War:
Alexandra H Missirian, Bentley University
Radio Praga. International radio broadcasting as part of
Czechoslovakia’s political engagements in Latin America, 19481989: Katerina Brezinova, Metropolitan University Prague
"Worthy Sons of Sandino": Kinship, Martyrdom, and Morality in
Sandinista Nationalist Discourse, 1979-1990: Shannon James,
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
230 // PER - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Executive
Boardroom
Performance and Politics in the Americas: Emergent
Approaches, Resistant Encounters
Sponsor: Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics
Session Organizer: Marcial Godoy-Anativia, New York University
Chair: Marcial Godoy-Anativia, New York University
A Good Neighbor on Catfish Row: Porgy and Bess in Latin
America: Charlotte Canning, University of Texas Department of
Theatre and Dance
Precarious Collectivities, Expanding Connectivities: Theater and
Performance in the Age of Neoliberalism: Leticia RoblesMoreno, New York University
Populism and Performance: Angela Marino, University of
California/ Berkeley
231 // SEC - Workshop - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, San
Cristobal C
Poder y Política en el Perú de Hoy: Miradas Interdisciplinarias
Sponsor: Peru
Sponsor: Latin American Perspectives
Chairs: Guillermo Salas Carreño, Pontificia Universidad Católica
del Perú
Jo-Marie Burt, George Mason University
Presenters: Steve J Stern, University of Wisconsin/Madison
Cecilia Méndez Gastelumendi, University of California/Santa
Barbara
Aldo I Panfichi Huaman, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
Maria Elena García, University of Washington
Manuel A Glave Testino, Grupo de Análisis para el Desarrollo
Federico M Helfgott, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San
Marcos/Universidad Antonio Ruiz de Montoya
Eduardo Dargent Bocanegra, Pontificia Universidad Católica del
Perú
232 // CUL - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference 5
Puerto Rico: culture, power, colonialidad
Chairs: Silvia Alvarez Curbelo, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Pablo S Torres Casillas
: Sixty Years Before the Homicide: The Vieques Movement and
Trauma Resolution: Roberto Vélez Vélez, SUNY-New Paltz
Being part but not belonging to: Puerto Rican Commonwealth,
Translation, Hybridity, and National Identy: Alejandro ÁlvarezNieves, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Insularidad, excremento, imperialismo y derecho: el caso de las
Islas de Guano: Jose M Atiles-Osoria, University of Puerto
Rico, Mayaguez Campus; Beatriz Llenín Figueroa
“¡Libertad para Oscar!”: Espacios de cultura y poder, desde las
murallas del Viejo San Juan: Joseph A Torres González,
University of Puerto Rico
Los cronistas de la americanización: representación y discurso
colonial en Puerto Rico, 1898-1932.: Pablo S Torres Casillas
Discussant: Ines M Pousadela, American University/Center for
Latin American and Latino Studies
233 // LTC - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Flamingo C
Reconsidering the circulation metaphor: Latin American
cultural critiques of global exchange
Session Organizer: Leonora Paula, Rice University
Chair: Daniel Quirós, Lafayette College
New Maricón Cinema: Circulations of Affect and Empathy in Recent
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Latin American Film: Vinodh Venkatesh, Virginia Tech
Mutantes, monstruos y esperpento en la obra de Fernando
Contreras Castro: María del Carmen Caña Jiménez, Virginia
Tech
The road to nowhere: deconstructing the bildungsroman in El
camino: Daniel Quirós, Lafayette College
Peripheral Culture in Urban Brazil: New Voices Speak from the
Margins: Leonora Paula, Rice University
234 // PIP - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Garita
Reevaluating Colonial Administration in the Spanish American
World: Habsburg incompetence vs. Bourbon expertise?
Session Organizers: Judith M Mansilla, Florida International
University
Juan Carlos De Orellana Sanchez, University of Texas at Austin
Chair: Mariselle Meléndez, University of Illinois/UrbanaChampaign
Burocracia, gobierno y redes de poder en el Perú: vacíos políticos
en torno a la empresa de conquista transpacífica (1567-1581):
Diego Alexander Chalan Tejada, Pontificia Universidad
Católica del Perú
Empire of letters (or how the City Council of Lima became a policymaker institution for the Spanish Monarchy). 1567-1620: Juan
Carlos De Orellana Sanchez, University of Texas at Austin
Serving the King: Control and administration of the Royal Treasury
of Lima in the late seventeenth century: Judith M Mansilla,
Florida International University
“Transportar los despachos de su majestad”: La administración del
sistema de correos americano (1720-1807): Nelson Fernando
Gonzalez Martinez
Discussant: Charles F Walker, University of California/Davis
235 // CUL - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference 9
Relating the Rhetoric, Politics, and Experience of Conversion
Session Organizers: Carlos Padrón, New York University
Amaury L Sosa, New York University
Chair: Carlos Padrón, New York University
La conversión del tabú en tótem: sobre la filosofía antropofágica y
su ética en Oswald de Andrade: Carlos Padrón, New York
University
Initiation and Conversion as Colonialism: Reading Cavell through
Dussel: Daniel Jove, New School for Social Research
The Shadow of Latinamerican “Machismo”: Víctor J Krebs,
Pontifical Catholic University of Peru
Theological revolution: para ir a donde no se sabe: Daniel R
Esparza
Discussant: Amaury L Sosa, New York University
236 // CUL - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Boardroom
3
Rethinking Chilean New Song: Musicians and Activists Look
Back over Five Decades
Session Organizers: Nancy Morris, Temple University
David Spener, Trinity University
Chair: David Spener, Trinity University
Looking back: The Significance of the Chilean New Song Movement:
J. Patrice McSherry, Long Island University, Universidad
Alberto Hurtado
Chilean New Song and the Paradox of Cultural Hybridity: Nancy
Morris, Temple University
La Nueva Canción Chilena en dictadura: resistencia, memoria y
escuela: Juan Pablo González, Universidad Alberto Hurtado SJ,
Santiago/Chile
Between Nostalgia and Sustained Commitment: Music and Memory
in the Lives of Chilean Luchadores Sociales: David Spener,
Trinity University
Discussant: Patricia X Díaz Inostroza
237 // SMP - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Boardroom
2
Shared, Negotiated and Contested Sovereignties at the State
Margins
Chair: Diana B Graizbord, Brown University
Weak States, Strong Participation? Landless Workers, Participatory
School Governance, and Brazilian State(s): Rebecca S Tarlau,
Soka University of America
Struggle from the margins: Juridical processes and Entanglements
with the Peruvian State in the Era of Mega-mining: Natalia F
Guzmán Solano, Washington University in St. Louis
Las Organizaciones Indígenas del Norte de Amazonía Peruana y la
Captura del Estado en la Provincia de Datem del Marañón:
Marcela Torres Wong, American University
Contesting Neoliberal Housing: Subsidy Policies and Housing
Movements on the Peripheries of Santiago, Chile and São
Paulo, Brazil.: Carter M Koppelman, University of
California/Berkeley
Discussant: Gianpaolo Baiocchi, New York University
238 // ECO - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference
3
Social vulnerabilty of child, youth and elderly people
Sponsor: Marcelo Paixão
Chair: Sandra Trejos, Clarion University of Pennsylvania
Child Labor and Economic Growth in Latin America: Sandra
Trejos, Clarion University of Pennsylvania
Remittances and Child Labor in Bolivia: Michael Coon, Hood
College
Aging in Latin America with a Focus on Demographic
Vulnerability. Socioeconomic and Political Economy Aspects.:
Aída Díaz-Tendero Bollain, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de
México (UNAM)
239 // CUL - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Ponce de
Leon A
Stirring the ajiaco: Mobilities of race in Cuba
Chair: Kristina Wirtz, Western Michigan University
¿Todo comenzó en La Habana?: Contextos y procesos culturales en
la obra de don Fernando Ortiz: Maria del Rosario Diaz
Rodriguez, Biblioteca Nacional Jose Marti
Crossing Spirits, Negotiating Cultures: Transmigration and
Transculturation in Espiritismo, Kardec, and Ortiz: Solimar
Otero, Louisiana State University
Los factores cubanos de la humanidad: A Note on the Analytics of
Fernando Ortiz’s El engaño de las razas (1946): Stephan
Palmie, University of Chicago
Mobilizing Blackness as History in Santiago de Cuba’s
Carnivalesque: Kristina Wirtz, Western Michigan University
241 // ART - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Ceiba
The Expansion of the Arts III: Mediums and Materials
Session Organizer: Natalia Brizuela, University of
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California/Berkeley
Chair: Luz Horne, Universidad de San Andrés
Speculative Lights, Camera, Action: Studio Practice in Latin
American Photography: Roberto J Tejada, University of
Houston
Luminous Blindness: on the Misencounters of Image and Word:
Gabriela Nouzeilles, Princeton University
The Mathematical Poetics of Wlademir Dias-Pino. Prehistory of the
Present: Rachel L Price, Princeton University
Pintura en la mira: La expansión y los límites del medio pictórico
actual: Florencia Malbrán, New York University Buenos Aires
Discussant: Alejandra Uslenghi, Northwestern University
242 // TRA - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Murphy 2
The Personal, the Public, and the Political: Civil Society and
Early Twentieth Century U.S.-Cuban Relations
Chair: Alejandro De La Fuente, Harvard University
Santa Claus vs los Reyes Magos: Ups and Downs in the Expansion
of U.S. Culture into Prerevolutionary Cuba: Maikel Fariñas
Borrego, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Inscribing Modernity: The Cuban Educational Association and the
Reconfiguration of Cuban Society, 1898-1901: William T Kelly,
Rutgers University
Salvation and Order: The Role of Missionaries in Establishing U.S.
Dominance During Cuba’s Republican Era (1898-1958):
Samuel R Finesurrey, Univeristy of North Carolina/Chapel Hill
Discussant: Ann E Halbert-Brooks, University of North
Carolina/Chapel Hill
243 // LAB - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Flamingo A
The Politics of Capital and Labor Organizing
Chair: Geraldine J Casey, Indiana University
Challenging Pinochet's NeoLiberal Dictatorship: The Great Panal
Strike of 1980: Peter E Winn, Tufts University
The other banana men: agricultural banana workers and the Great
Banana Strike of 1954 in Honduras: Suyapa G Portillo Villeda,
Pitzer College
Institutional Embeddedness and Labor Relations: Wal-Mart in
Brazil: Scott B Martin, New School/Columbia University
Outsourcing en un campo petrolero: De la Texas a los Chinos en el
Magdalena Medio colombiano: Mónica Yobana Amador
Jiménez, Universidad de Oslo
244 // CIT - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference 6
Towards Habitat III 2016, Learning from Latin America and
the LAHN
Sponsor: Latin American Housing Network (LAHN)
Session Organizer: Peter M Ward, University of Texas/Austin
Chair: Peter M Ward, University of Texas/Austin
Housing and Community Rehab in the Existing Housing Stock: The
Next Challenge for UN HABITAT III.: Peter M Ward, University
of Texas/Austin
“Cambios en el acceso de los pobres al suelo y a la vivienda”.:
Edith R Jimenez Huerta, Universidad de Guadalajara
Dinámicas urbanas y familiares: los procesos de producción del
hábitat en urbanizaciones populares del Área Metropolitana de
Buenos Aires, Argentina: María Mercedes Di Virgilio, Instituto
de Investigaciones Gino Germani/ CONICET; María Soledad
Arqueros Mejica, Instituto de Investigaciónes Gino Germani
Revitalización y Redensificación como políticas de integración
social: el papel de los asentamientos de origen informal
consolidados en Bogotá”: Angélica P Camargo Sierra,
Universidad Externado de Colombia
The self-help house: a lived experience. Intergenerational
challenges and perspectives for four generations living in the
‘consolidated’ low-income settlement of Lima Peru and
Guayaquil Ecuador: Olga Peek, KU Leuven / Universidad de
Guayaquil; Viviana dAuria, KU Leuven
245 // LAB - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, San
Cristobal G
Trabajo precario en Colombia y Mexico
Chair: Olivia Miljanic, University of Houston
El sesgo anti-laboral del modelo de desarrollo colombiano: Javier A
Pineda-Duque, Universidad de los Andes
Desigualdad de Oportunidades y Diferenciales de Ingresos por el
Color de la Piel en Colombia: Carlos Augusto Viáfara López,
Universidad del Valle
Social Stratification and Conituity on Urban Labor Market: The
Quality of Employment in Bogota. Colombia: Thibaud
Deguilhem, University of Bordeaux
LABOR AND MUSICAL CREATIVE PROCESSES IN MEXICO
CITY Creators and underground territories: Luis Alberto
Hernández de la Cruz, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana
Cuajimalpa
Los dilemas del trabajo artístico: entre la precariedad y la
creatividad. El caso de los músicos intérpretes en México.:
María del Rocío Guadarrama Olivera, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana/Cuajimalpa
Discussant: María Josefa Luis Luis, Centro de Estudios Sobre la
Juventud/ONG
246 // LTC - Panel - Wednesday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Almendros
Virgilio Piñera: (Des)Mitificaciones del peso de la Isla.
Traducciones, precariedades, emergencias
Session Organizer: Dainerys Machado Vento, Journalist
Chair: Ernesto D Fundora Castro, University of Miami
Morir de luz: Virgilio Piñera, traductor de Aimé Césaire: Ernesto D
Fundora Castro, University of Miami
“Isla en frío”: el humor en la cuentística de Virgilio Piñera: Lucila
Navarrete
Vientos de ciclón, desde el Sur: Dainerys Machado Vento, Journalist
WEDNESDAY 8:00PM - 9:00PM
247 // REC - Workshop - Wednesday, 8:00pm - 9:00pm, San
Geronimo Ballroom A
Welcome Ceremony: Diálogo con Mayra Santos-Febres y Mare
Advertencia Lirika
Chair: Lynn M Stephen, University of Oregon
Presenters: Mayra Santos-Febres
Mare Advertencia Lirika
WEDNESDAY 9:00PM - 10:30PM
248 // REC - Reception - Wednesday, 9:00pm - 10:30pm, San
Geronimo Ballroom B
Welcome Reception
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249 // CUL - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Conference 10
(I) Precariedades
Session Organizer: Mabel E Moraña, Washington University/St.
Louis
"Escasez y modernidad en America Latina:claves para un debate":
Mabel E Moraña, Washington University/St. Louis
Cuando morir no es suficiente: el narco y la emergencia de lo
siniestro: Rossana Reguillo, ITESO
De precariedades, humanitarianismo y territorios. Nuevas fronteras
y futuros en la Colombia contemporanea: Juan R Aparicio,
Universidad de Los Andes
"Santos populares: mistica y precariedad en la religiosidad popular
mexicana": José Manuel Valenzuela Arce, El Colegio de la
Frontera Norte
250 // LAW - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Murphy 4
Agravio, comunidades emocionales y justicia en Guatemala
Session Organizers: Morna Macleod, Universidad Autónoma del
Estado de Morelos
Natalia Leonor De Marinis, UNAM
Chair: Morna Macleod, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de
Morelos
Documenting the experiences of intermediaries accompanying
Mayan women survivors of gross violations of human rights:
Maria Gabriela Távara, Boston College & Pontificia
Universidad Católica del Perú
Constructing knowledge at the interstices of community: Feminist
participatory action research with Mayan and mestiza
protagonists in Guatemala: Brinton Lykes, Boston College;
Alison D Crosby, York University
La construcción de comunidades emocionales para la paz en
sociedades saturadas de agravio: Yolanda de la Luz Aguilar
Urizar
Contornos de la (in)justicia y luchas de mujeres mayas ante la
impunidad: Morna Macleod, Universidad Autónoma del Estado
de Morelos
Discussant: Natalia Leonor De Marinis, UNAM
251 // CSS - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Ponce
Assessing ‘resilience’, development, and cultural politics in
Latin American and Caribbean contexts
Session Organizers: Ulrich Oslender, Florida International
University
David J Howard, University of Oxford
Chair: Ulrich Oslender, Florida International University
Questioning resilience in the context of sustainable urban
development in Jamaica: David J Howard, University of Oxford
Resilient Latino youth: in their own voices: Patricia Foxen, National
Council of La Raza
Resilience, resistance and the quest for a counter-space in
Colombia’s Pacific coast region: Ulrich Oslender, Florida
International University
Beyond Resistance and Resilience: Conceptualizing Epistemological
Geographies of Hope de los Bases: Julianne A Hazlewood,
Trent-in-Ecuador, Trent University
252 // LTC - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Flamingo B
Chile y los espejismos de la modernidad.
Chair: Sebastian Reyes Gil, Universidad de Santiago de Chile
Una modernidad vulnerada: la otredad en los cuerpos de la
literatura chilena a principios del siglo XX: Andrea Roberta
Kottow Keim, Universidad Andrés Bello
Raza, clase y género en la narrativa de mujeres del cambio de siglo:
Ana Carolina Traverso Munnich, Universidad Austral de Chile
Marginalidades e invisibilidades del sueño neoliberal chileno.:
Sebastian Reyes Gil, Universidad de Santiago de Chile
Discussant: Alvaro Kaempfer, Gettysburg College
253 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Thursday, 8:00am 9:45am, San Cristobal A
Colonial materiality: everyday objects in early-modern Spanish
America
Sponsor: Colonial
Session Organizer: Pablo García Loaeza, West Virginia University
Chair: Pablo García Loaeza, West Virginia University
Coca, Bread, and Wine: Plebeian Links and Connections with the
Countryside: Leo J Garofalo, Connecticut College
Infrastructure and Race in Colonial Mexico: Daniel Nemser,
University of Michigan
Putting the Saints on Trial: Miracle Accounts and Image-Objects in
18th Century Peru: Caroline A Garriott, Duke University
Discussant: Pablo García Loaeza, West Virginia University
254 // INT - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Ponce de Leon
A
Comparative Foreign Policy in Latin America
Sponsor: Pontifica Universidad Javeriana
Chair: Henry Cancelado, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Estrategias nacionales frente a los procesos de cooperación e
integración regional en América Latina: Peter Birle, IberoAmerikanisches Institut
El papel central de Rafael Correa y del movimiento social indígena
en la construcción del nuevo rol nacional ecuatoriano: Ana M
Trujillo-Currea, Universidad El Bosque
Visión de la política exterior desde el presidencialismo: un estudio
comparado desde Colombia, Ecuador, Perú, Venezuela y Brasil:
Edwin Murillo Amaris
Security cooperation and regional stability: The Colombia and
Chile cases: Henry Cancelado, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Análisis de política exterior en Suramérica: eclectismo, diversidad y
puentes de investigación.: Diego Felipe F Vera Pineros
255 // SEC - Workshop - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Las Olas
Cuban Studies: Nuevas voces, nuevas perspectivas
Sponsor: Cuba
Session Organizer: Iraida H López, Ramapo College of New Jersey
Chair: Lillian Manzor, University of Miami
Presenters: Jenna R Leving Jacobson, University of Chicago
Bonnie A Lucero, University of Texas/Pan American
Denise Ocampo Alvarez, Instituto de Literatura y Lingüística
Orlando Rivero-Valdes, University of Pittsburgh
Ailynn Torres Santana, Universidad de La Habana
Kelly L Urban, University of Pittsburgh
256 // INT - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, San Cristobal B
Debating Latin America-China Interactions (Part I)
Session Organizer: Kathleen M Lopez, Rutgers University
Chair: Monica C Dehart, University of Puget Sound
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Latin America-China Relations in Historical Perspective: From the
Manila Galleon through the Cold War Era: Kathleen M Lopez,
Rutgers University
Latin America and China: Nuances of an Emerging Field of Study:
Ariel C Armony, University of Miami
Experiences and Results of CECHIMEX and RED ALC-CHINA on
the Latin America-China Relationship over the Past Decade:
Enrique S Dussel Peters, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de
México
RMB Internationalization and Its Potential Effects on Central
America and the Caribbean: Leonardo E Stanley, CEDES
Brazil, China, and the Politics of Soy: Adrian H Hearn, University
of Melbourne
257 // LAW - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Ponce de Leon
C
Defending Migrant Rights
Chair: Amalia Pallares, University of Illinois/Chicago
"Obama, Escucha, Estamos en la Lucha": Civil Disobedience and
Unodcumented Immigrant Activist Political Subjectivity: Amalia
Pallares, University of Illinois/Chicago; Kevin A Escudero,
Williams College
Borders and Badges: How Arizona’s Children Make Sense of
Detention and Deportation Through Art: Silvia P Rodriguez
Vega, University of California, Los Angeles
Reconocimiento en Construcción: Motivaciones, Riesgos y
Estrategias de Protección en la Defensa de DDHH de
Migrantes: Patricia E Zamudio Grave, CIESAS-Golfo
“Las voces del retorno y su incidencia en la construcción de la
política migratoria en Colombia”: Maria Margarita Echeverry
Buritica, Docente Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Discussant: Leidy Herrera Landa, MINCEX
258 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Executive
Boardroom
Development Committee Meeting
Contact Person: Kevin J Middlebrook, University College London
259 // INT - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Ponce de Leon
B
Diplomacy and Foreign Policy
Chair: Dawisson Belém Lopes, Universidade Federal de Minas
Gerais
Foreign Policy Cycles in Latin American Democracies: Dawisson
Belém Lopes, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais; Carlos
Aurélio Pimenta P de Faria, Pontificia Universidade Catolica de
Minas Gerais PUC MInas
International Politics "em familia": Brazil and the other Lusophone
Countries: Joseph C Marques, Brazil Institute, Kings College,
London
La cooperación descentralizada vista desde su institucionalización.
El caso de Bogotá, Colombia: Denisse Grandas, Universidad de
Bogotá Jorge Tadeo Lozano
Venezuela y Guyana: diplomacia y vías de hecho – 1966-1969:
Guillermo Guzmán Mirabal, Universidad Católica Andrés Bello
260 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Thursday, 8:00am 9:45am, San Cristobal C
Dis/placed visualities: aesthetic practices beyond the common
place
Sponsor: Visual Culture Studies
Chair: Lisa M Blackmore, Universität Zürich
The Photos that We Don’t Get to See. Sovereignties, Archives, and
the 1928 Massacre of Banana Workers in Colombia: Kevin P
Coleman, University of Toronto
“Tension admisible” and “m2”: On the work of Graciela Sacco:
Vikki H Bell, Goldsmiths, University of London
Tortured bodies as lieux de mémoire: Lisa M Blackmore,
Universität Zürich
Discussant: Jens E Andermann, University of Zurich
261 // FIL - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Ceiba
Diversidad cultural en el espacio audiovisual cubano: prácticas,
emergencias y desafíos
Session Organizer: Ariadna Ruiz, Asociación Cubana de la Prensa
Cinematográfica
Chair: Mildrey Ponce, Asociación Hermanos Saíz
Muestra Joven: por una imagen plural de la Cuba de hoy: Ariadna
Ruiz, Asociación Cubana de la Prensa Cinematográfica
Nuevo Cine Latinoamericano en La Habana: “Política de
festivales” o de cómo los festivales hacen política: Alberto
Vicente Ramos Ruiz, La Habana Film Festival of New Latin
American Cinema
El ejercicio de la crítica audiovisual en el ámbito universitario
cubano como una estrategia para promover la diversidad
cultural: Rubens Riol Hernández, University of Havana
Producciones Cucurucho, una apuesta a la diversidad: Ivette A
Martin, Productions CUCURUCHO
Discussant: Samuel Hernández Dominicis, Asociación Hermanos
Saíz
262 // BIO - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Conference 3
Environmental Costs and Justice
Chair: Isabella Alcañiz, University of Maryland
50 years of Ventanas: rethinking environmental justice in the
Chilean mining industry: Leonardo F Valenzuela, School of
Geosciences
Chasing Chevron: Struggles for Accountability and Justice Across
National Borders: Monique A Segarra, Bard College
Futuro Incierto: Lithium Industrialization in Bolivia: Anna C
Revette, Northeastern University
263 // LTC - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Flamingo D
Escrituras a ras de suelo: crónica latinoamericana del siglo XX
(mesa I)
Session Organizer: Claudia M Darrigrandi, Universidad Finis Terrae
Chair: Isabel Castro, Boston University
París sin el velo de la idealización: un análisis de la crónica
desmitificadora de Raúl Andrade: Isabel Castro, Boston
University
Las dialogantes crónicas periodístico-literarias venezolanas, de
Elisa Lerner: María J Barajas, Universidad Central de
Venezuela / Universidad Simón Bolívar
Modernidad, memoria y melancolía: el registro de lo rural en la
crónica urbana de Rubem Braga: Ignacio Corona, Ohio State
University
Discussant: Antonia Viu, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez
264 // CSS - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Boardroom 1
Ethnic Inequality, Indigenous and Afro Struggles
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Chairs: Adriana Lopez Monjardin, Escuela Nacional de
Antropología e Historia
Magdalena Ugarte, University of British Columbia
El movimiento social de 1979: Santa Fe de la Laguna un paradigma
en la defensa por las tierras comunales de México.: Amaruc
Lucas-Hernández
Pedagogies of Resistance and Solidarity: toward revolutionary and
decolonial praxis: Nathalia E Jaramillo, Kennesaw State
University
Movimientos antes de los Movimientos Sociales Afrocolombianos:
Carlos A Valderrama
La buena nutrición: El olvido de los recursos propios. Alimentación
en Caño Mochuelo, Casanare, Colombia: Yudy Liliana
Tibaduiza Roa, Centro de Investigación y de Estudios
Avanzados del Instituto Politécnico Nacional
¿Autodeterminación o consulta? Negociando la implementación del
Convenio 169 en Chile: Magdalena Ugarte, University of British
Columbia
265 // FIL - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Foyer C
Film and Theater: Emerging Practices
Chairs: Julio Jose Valdes Jover, Concordia University
Maria E Harretche, Smith College
Emerging Publics In Present-Day Cuba: The Case Of Private Film
Theaters: Julio Jose Valdes Jover, Concordia University
Una Isla para quién: Estado, Nación, Derecho. Nociones de campo
en el cine joven cubano: Marianela González Lavandero
Estrategias emergentes de inclusión: Arístides Vargas y su antídoto
contra la muerte: Maria E Harretche, Smith College
Testimony & Witness in Yuyachkani’s "Contraelviento": Caitlin A
Purdy
266 // GEN - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, San Cristobal
D
Gender in contemporary borderlands
Session Organizers: Marianne H Marchand, Universidad de las
Americas Puebla
Marlene C Solís Pérez, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte
Chair: Rosa M Soriano-Miras, Universidad de Granada
Working women in the export industry in Tangier: An intersectional
analysis: Rosa M Soriano-Miras, Universidad de Granada
The transformation of Tangier into an urban area of labor
migration: Antonio Trinidad Requena, Universidad de Granada
Género y la Frontera/Engendering the Border: unas Reflexiones":
Marianne H Marchand, Universidad de las Americas Puebla
Feminismo transnacional y el campo de acción de las mujeres en
las fronteras: Marlene C Solís Pérez, El Colegio de la Frontera
Norte
Discussant: Kathryn M Kopinak, Kings University College
267 // LTC - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Conference 5
Hasta sus últimas consecuencias. Radicalidad, literatura, arte y
política
Session Organizer: Javier Guerrero, Princeton University
Materia en ebullición. El gesto extremo de los Apocalípticos y
Balleneros: Gina Alessandra Saraceni Carlini, Universidad
Simón Bolívar
Radical Andeans in the 20s, and 30s: Silvia Spitta, Dartmouth
College
La máquina radical. Desde el archivo de Diamela Eltit: Javier
Guerrero, Princeton University
The Radicality of the Outcast: Nestor Vitor's Homosexual and Cruz
e Sousa's Blackness: César Braga-Pinto, Northwestern
University
Discussant: Gustavo Guerrero, University of Cergy-Pontoise / Ecole
Normale Superieure
268 // LTC - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Flamingo C
Human Rights and Crisis in Literature and Visual Culture
Chair: Carlos Gardeazabal Bravo, University of Connecticut
"Comunidades emocionales y terror en El ruido de las cosas al caer
de Juan Gabriel Vásquez": Carlos Gardeazabal Bravo,
University of Connecticut
Ciudades invisibles, ciudades posibles: clase, ciudadanía y derechos
humanos en Los parientes de Ester de Luis Fayad: Diego J
Bustos, University of New Mexico
The Crisis Narrative in Mexico: Mark Daniel D Anderson,
University of Georgia
"Supplementing Moments of Crisis on the Border in Registro de
causantes by Daniel Sada andLaberinto (As Time Goes By) by
Gabriel Trujillo Muñoz": Paul F Fallon, East Carolina
University
Against a Language of Violence: Natalia Almada’s El velador:
Esther K Whitfield, Brown University
269 // CUL - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Conference 9
Locating the Tri-Border Area: Latin American conversations at
a crossroads
Session Organizers: Jennifer L Tucker, University of
California/Berkeley
Caroline Schuster, Australian National University
Governing Megaprojects: From Garden City to Itaipú’s Unruly
City. Ciudad del Este, the Parana River, and the Itaipu Dam
(1957-1991): Carlos A Gomez Florentin, State University of
New York/Stony Brook
On the frontiers of governance: Informal sovereigns and affective
infrastructures in Ciudad del Este, Paraguay: Jennifer L Tucker,
University of California/Berkeley
On mau cars: the politics of (anti)regulation across the triplefrontier: Caroline Schuster, Australian National University
Four generations: Fernando Rabossi, Universidade Federal de Rio
de Janeiro
Discussant: Ieva Jusionyte, University of Florida
270 // HIS - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Conference 7
Looking at the Island from the Diaspora--Historical
Perspectives on Migration and Puerto Rico
Sponsor: “Puerto Ricans in US history Workshop”
Session Organizer: Aldo A Lauria-Santiago, Rutgers University
Chair: Aldo A Lauria-Santiago, Rutgers University
Revisiting the causes and contexts of Puerto Rican migration, 19421960: Industrialization, Mobility, and Class Formation: Aldo A
Lauria-Santiago, Rutgers University
"Frontiers in Public Welfare": Women’s Activism and the Social
Security Act in Puerto Rico, 1935-1950: Emma B Amador,
University of Michigan
Recruiting Colonial Migrants for U.S. Farms: The Emergence of
Puerto Rico’s Farm Labor Program (1940s-1950s): Ismael
García Colón, City University of New York/College of Staten
Island
Cross-Overs: Cuban and Puerto Rican Marital Migrations, 19551980: Eileen J Findlay, American University
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Discussant: Juan J Baldrich, Universidad de Puerto Rico
271 // LST - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Murphy 1
Modernismos alternativos: excursiones y éticas literarias del
medio siglo
En tierras de Magú Pelá: Federico Gauffin’s modernist
bildungsroman: Steve Sloan, Texas Christian University
Borges contra la encarnación del verbo: teología literaria y acción
política.: Lisandro S Kahan, Smith College
Textos no ficcionales en las secciones misceláneas de Mito y la
Revista Mexicana de Literatura: Alejandro Iván Pérez Daniel,
Universidad de Talca
José Emilio Pacheco’s Approximations—Reciprocity in Latin
American Translation Practice: Isabel C Gómez, University of
California/Los Angeles
Discussant: Alejandro Ruiz Chang, Emisora Nacional Radio
Progreso
272 // LST - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Flamingo A
Narrativa contemporánea II: prácticas del "yo" y el mercado
literario
Chair: Jeffrey Lawrence, Fordham University
La emergencia del discurso autobiográfico en Hispanoamérica:
Sergio R Franco, Temple University
Realismo, materialidad y mercado: algunos casos de autoficción en
la escritura mexicana contemporánea: Raul C Verduzco,
Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey
Sonoridad tropical: la capitalización del relato subalterno en
Washington Cucurto: Giselle Roman Medina, University of
Pennsylvania
The Anagrama Aesthetic: Literature and Publishing in the
Contemporary Spanish-speaking World: Jeffrey Lawrence,
Fordham University
273 // AGR - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, San Geronimo
Ballroom A
Nuevas Oportunidades y Desafíos Persistentes en el Comercio
Agropecuario México-Estados Unidos
Chair: Steven S Zahniser, USDA Economic Research Service
Medidas Fitozoosanitarias al Comercio y su Impacto en el
Comercio Internacional de Alimentos, MEXICO-US: Belem
Dolores Avendaño Ruiz, Universidad Autónoma Baja California
Competitividad de México en el Mercado Mundial de Carne de
Ganado Bovino: Iliana Enriqueta Montaño Mèndez, Instituto
Tecnologico Superior de Mulege
Oportunidades para Facilitar Más Crecimiento en el Comercio
Agropecuario México-Estados Unidos: Steven S Zahniser,
USDA Economic Research Service
274 // GEN - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Murphy 7
Nuevas realidades y dinámicas de las familias latinoamericanas
y caribeñas en el contexto globalizador. Relaciones de
género, sexualidades y políticas públicas.
Session Organizer: Graciela Di Marco, Universidad Nacional de San
Martín
Chair: Luisa Fernanda Giraldo
Relaciones de Género y sexualidades: la construcción de un
imaginario de familia en una ciudad de frontera: Luisa
Fernanda Giraldo
Cuba: nuevas realidades y dinámicas familiares. Los desafíos de
las políticas públicas.: Rosa Campoalegre Septiem, Centro de
Investigaciones Psicológicas y Sociológicas
Regulaciones estatales respecto a la maternidad y el cuidado
alimentario infantil como un derecho. Un análisis comparativo
Colombia/ Argentina.: Sandra Milena Franco Patiño,
Universidad de Caldas
Realidades y dinámicas de familias y géneros consideradas en la
Política Integral Migratoria de Colombia: Luz M LopezMontaño, Universidad de Caldas
Sexualización y racialización de la niñez migrante de América
Latina y el Caribe: Configurando cuerpos para la nación
chilena.: Dery Lorena L Suárez-Cabrera, Universidad de Chile
Discussant: Luz M Lopez-Montaño, Universidad de Caldas
275 // CUL - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Conference 8
Percepciones de clase, raza y cultura
Beyond the Nação Mestiça: On "Post-Raciality," Native
Sovereignty, and Political Community in Contemporary Brazil:
Tracy L Devine Guzmán, University of Miami
O Nordeste: Masculinities and Representations of Social Class in
the “Terra de Contrastes,” 1950s – 1960s: Sarah R Sarzynski,
Claremont McKenna College
Percepción de inequidades en la población joven cubana. Desafíos
para las políticas de juventud.: Elaine Morales Chuco, Instituto
Cubano de Investigación Cultural "Juan Marinello"
276 // PIP - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Garita
Political Institutions and Change
Chair: Augusto S De Venanzi, Indiana University-Purdue
University/Fort Wayne
Political Institutions and Administrative Reform in Brazil,
Colombia, and Venezuela (2000-2010): Augusto S De Venanzi,
Indiana University-Purdue University/Fort Wayne
Las Asociaciones Público Privadas en México. Una mirada desde la
Administración Pública: Yanella Martínez Espinoza
Are executive-legislative relations in the states replicas of the
federal dynamics under presidentialisms? Three Mexican States
in Comparative Perspecive: Laura D Stevens León
The Effect of Local Politics on Economic Voting: A Comparative
Study: Scott J Morgenstern, University of Pittsburgh; Noah D
Smith, University of Pittsburgh
277 // MLD - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, San Geronimo
Ballroom B
Precarious Passages: The Insecurity of Immigration Control in
the Americas
Session Organizers: Deborah A Boehm, University of Nevada/Reno
Deanna E Barenboim, Sarah Lawrence College
Chairs: Deanna E Barenboim, Sarah Lawrence College
Deborah A Boehm, University of Nevada/Reno
“Arrested Motion: ‘Operation Return to Sender’ and the Politics of
(Im)mobility for Maya Migrants in the United States”: Deanna E
Barenboim, Sarah Lawrence College
On (Not) Counting: Enumerating Removals and Devaluing Lives
through Operation Streamline: Deborah A Boehm, University of
Nevada/Reno
Legalization or Marginalization? Nicaraguan Immigrants and
Costa Rican Law: Caitlin E Fouratt, California State University,
Long Beach
From “Deportability” to “Denounce-ability:” New Forms of Labor
Subordination in an Era of Governing Immigration through
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Crime: Sarah B Horton, University of Colorado/Denver
278 // EDU - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Salon del Mar
B
Precarious Positions: Interdisciplinarity in the Americas
Session Organizers: Patricia Somers, University of Texas/Austin
Maria Estela Dal Pai Franco, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande
do Sul
Chair: Sérgio R Franco, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
American Foundations and the Decline of Funding for
Interdisciplinary Programs: Lisa Jasinski, University of Texas
at Austin; Coreen Davis, The University of Texas at Austin
Impacts of the Increased Use of Contingent Faculty in the Americas:
Jeffrey Mayo, The University of Texas at Austin; Diane B
Ginsburg, Health Outcomes & Pharmacy Practice
Interdisciplinaridade na Pos-Graduação : um estudo relacionado
aos Parques Tecnológicos: Lucia M Giraffa, Pontificia
Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul; Aline O Cardoso,
PUCRS-PPGEdu
Interdisciplinaridade e Áreas de Conhecimento: perspectiva de
agência brasileira: Maria Estela Dal Pai Franco, Universidade
Federal do Rio Grande do Sul; Elizabeth D Krahe, Universidade
Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Discussant: Denise B Cavalheiro Leite, Universidade Federal do Rio
Grande do Sul
279 // AFR - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Tropical A
Procesos Educativos Alternativos Indígenas y Afrodecendientes
Chair: Maria A Servigna, Universidad del Zulia
Continuamos Nepantla: Ana C Sanchez, West Chester University of
PA; Maria E Arias Zelidon, Temple University
Klabel: A representation of the dialectics of knowledge in Honduran
Garífuna culture: Bryn Campbell, University of New Mexico
La kompuTATOOra. Rompiendo barreras generacionales,
espaciales y culturales en las escuelas Wayuu y Añu de la
Goajira venezolana.: Maria A Servigna, Universidad del Zulia
280 // REL - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Guayacan
Protestant Competition and National Identity: La Reforma to
1994.
Session Organizer: Kathleen M McIntyre, Clarion University of
Pennsylvania
Chair: David K Burden, Indiana Wesleyan University
Catholic Opposition to Religious Toleration on the Eve of La
Reforma.: David K Burden, Indiana Wesleyan University
Los inicios del Protestantismo en México (1862-1910).: Rubi
Baroccio, Universidad Iberoamericana
Mexican Mormon Women and Nationalism: Female Involvement in
the Schism Known as the Third Convention, 1936-1946.: Elisa E
Pulido, Claremont Graduate University
Customary Law, Protestantism, and the Oaxacan State, 1982-1994.:
Kathleen M McIntyre, Clarion University of Pennsylvania
From “poor, rough Indians” and Repatriated Scapegoats to
Ciudadanos: Pentecostal Precariousness and Pugilism in
Postrevolutionary and Cristero Mexico.: Daniel Ramirez,
University of Michigan
Discussant: Deborah J Baldwin, University of Arkansas at Little
Rock
281 // SMP - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Boardroom 2
Puerto Rico ante la estadidad: Transformaciones económicas
imprescindibles
Chair: Indira Luciano
Implicaciones económicas de la incorporación de Puerto Rico al
sistema fiscal federal de los Estados Unidos: Eileen V Segarra
Alméstica
La estadidad y la competitividad internacional de la economía de
Puerto Rico: Juan A Lara Fontánez, Universidad de Puerto Rico
- San Juan
La estadidad como vehículo de convergencia en el crecimiento
económico de Puerto Rico: Indira Luciano
282 // PIP - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Caribe
Quality of Democracy in the Andes
Chair: Sam Kelly, Institute of the Americas, University College
London
Ethnic Voting in the Andes: The Results from an Experiment in
Peru: Sam Kelly, Institute of the Americas, University College
London
Anti-Corruption Policy in Bolivia: Impact, Integrity and
Measurement: Nieves Zúñiga, University of Nottingham
Legitimacy Deficits in Colombia’s Peace Talks: Ryan E Carlin,
Georgia State University
Los Circuitos Políticos: Cambios institucionales y nuevos
movilizadores de la organización política estudiantil en Perú:
Noelia S Chávez Angeles, Pontificia Universidad Católica del
Perú
283 // DEF - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Boardroom 3
Reading drug and security policy through the lens of the streetlevel bureaucrat: Reflections on practice from Brazil,
Argentina, Chile, and Ecuador
Session Organizer: Maria Jose Bermeo, Teachers College Columbia
University
Chair: Tânia M Pinc, Getulio Vargas Foundation
Law enforcement vs. service provision: normative expectations in
police-citizen encounters: Rodrigo F Suassuna, Universidade
Católica de Brasília
Drugs and educational exclusion: Unpacking how teacher
discretion can impact access and equity: Maria Jose Bermeo,
Teachers College Columbia University
How Have Street Level Bureaucrats Been Enforcing Drug Laws? A
comparative study among Brazil, Chile, and Argentina: Tânia M
Pinc, Getulio Vargas Foundation
284 // ECO - Workshop - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Murphy 2
Reevaluating Economic 'Turning Points' in 20th Century Latin
America
Session Organizer: Christy Thornton, New York University
Chair: Susan M Gauss, SUNY/University at Albany
Presenters: Amy C Offner, University of Pennsylvania
Rafael R Ioris, University of Denver
Yovanna Y Pineda, University of Central Florida
Anne G Hanley, Northern Illinois University
Christy Thornton, New York University
Susan M Gauss, SUNY/University at Albany
285 // LAB - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Murphy 3
Reflexiones sobre la precariedad desde el trabajo intimo
Session Organizer: Mirza Aguilar Pérez, Benemérita Universidad
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Autónoma de Puebla
Chair: Mónica Patricia Toledo González, Universidad Autónoma de
Tlaxcala
“Es como de la familia”: cuando la intimidad se convierte en
justificación de la precariedad laboral.: Alejandra Guadalupe
Hidalgo Rodríguez
Con horario de oficina y “final feliz”: Las masajistas de las
estéticas masculinas de Guadalajara: Briseida Gwuendolin G
Olvera, Universidad de Guadalajara
Trabajo sexual trans callejero en la Ciudad de México: Berenice
Pérez Ramírez, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Au pairs mexicanas: Sobre los nichos de trabajo de cuidado
internacional y la precariedad laboral juvenil de las mujeres en
México.: Mirza Aguilar Pérez, Benemérita Universidad
Autónoma de Puebla
Discussant: Mary Rosaria Goldsmith Connelly, Universidad
Autónoma Metropolitana/Xochimilco
286 // EDU - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Murphy 5
Resurgencias del desarrollo laboral – profesional e inclusión de
grupos vulnerables
Session Organizer: Jose Perez Nussa, Historian Office
Chair: Elizabeth I Iglesias, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
Center for Foreign Trade and Foreign Investment Curricular
Language Program: Tatiana Rodriguez Vergara, Centro de
Superacion para el Comercio Exterior y la Inversion Extranjera;
Ada Reyes Barzaga, Instituto COMEX e Inversion Extranjera
Procesos de Institucionalización artística: Museo de la Cerámica de
Cuba: Ana Rivero, Historian Office
Emergencias socio- culturales- educativas en la población de la
Habana Vieja (Programas Sociales de Atención a Niños y
Adolescentes y al Adulto Mayor): Jose Perez Nussa, Historian
Office; Yuriesky Agustin Vicente Sanchez, Historian Office
Discussant: Caridad Morales Nussa, Towson University
287 // LTC - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Murphy 6
Romances nacionales y feminismo
Chair: Diana Mejias Fermaintt, Centro de Estudios Avanzados de
Puerto Rico y el Caribe
El feminismo en la obra de Oscar Vázquez López: Diana Mejias
Fermaintt, Centro de Estudios Avanzados de Puerto Rico y el
Caribe
Fisuras Fundacionales: Imposibilidad del Romance como Alegoría
de la Ruptura en el Proyecto Nacional Panameño: Gisela P
Dieter, Slippery Rock University
Ni mistelas fraganciosas, ni bitters excitantes: el problemático
binomio romántico-naturalista en "Herencia" de Clorinda
Matto de Turner: Flor de Maria Mallqui Bravo, Pontificia
Universidad Católica del Perú
Discussant: Norah L Hamze Guilart
288 // MAS - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Maguey
Slums on Show: Poverty and Violence as Spectacular
Commodity
Session Organizers: Eveline Dürr, Ludwig-Maximilians-University
Gareth Jones, London School of Economics and Political Science
Chair: Gareth Jones, London School of Economics and Political
Science
Touring Tepito: Commodification of Violence and Poverty or
Resistance?: Barbara Vodopivec, LMU Munich, Germany
NGOs and the Creation of Poor/Risky but Safe Places for Tourists.
The Case of ‘Destino Guatemala’: Sarah J Becklake, Lancaster
University
Atis Rezistans and the Politics of Artistic Slum Tourism in Port-auPrince: David Peter Frohnapfel
Imaginary Tourisms: Aestheticizing Poverty and Violence in Trench
Town, Jamaica: Alana D Osbourne, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Meu Vizinho o Gringo: Outsider Hospitality and Gentrification in
Favelas of Rio de Janeiro: Alessandro M Angelini, London
School of Economics
Discussant: Florence E Babb, University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill
289 // EDU - Workshop - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Foyer A
Teaching Critically in the Neoliberal Classroom: Finding
Possibilities in a Time of Crisis
Chair: Sheila R Tully, San Francisco State University
Presenters: Linda B Green, University of Arizona
Jadwiga E Pieper Mooney, University of Arizona
Kathleen M Coll, University of San Francisco
290 // ECO - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Salon del Mar
A
Tensiones y avances de la equidad social en la Cuba actual
Session Organizer: María del Carmen Zabala Argüelles,
Universidad de La Habana/FLASCO
Chair: Antonio Fidel Romero Gómez, Universidad de La Habana
Cepos de la memoria. Marcas de la esclavitud en la
intersubjetividad social cubana: Zuleica Romay, Instituto
Cubano del Libro
Retos en la atencion a la pobreza y desventajas sociales: María del
Carmen Zabala Argüelles, Universidad de La Habana/FLASCO
La desigualdad en los procesos de Reforma parcial: Una visión
institucionalista para el Caso Cubano.: Arturo L Lopez-Levy,
Josef Korbel School of International Studies
Cuba: reforma y retos a la política social para promoción de
equidad.: Mayra Paula Espina Prieto, Agencia Suiza para
Desarrollo y la Cooperación (COSUDE)
291 // FIL - Workshop - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, San
Cristobal E
Thinking visibility, archive and Latin American documentary
practices
Session Organizer: Pablo Domínguez Galbraith, Princeton
University
Chair: Camila A Moreiras-Vilarós, New York University
Presenters: Jennifer M Rodríguez, Princeton University
Gerardo Munoz, Princeton University
Guillermo Garcia Urena, Texas A&M University
292 // PER - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Flamboyan
Transnational Dance and Identity in the Americas
Sponsor: PER
Chair: Yesenia Fernandez Selier, NYU
Making the Transnational Rumba Body: Yesenia Fernandez Selier,
NYU
Práctica social y performance. Danza brasileña en el Norte de la
Argentina (Provincia de Salta): Grit Kirstin Koeltzsch,
Universidad Nacional de Salta, Argentina
Performing Toughness: The Slam Dance and the Portazo in Mexico
City’s Punk Scene: Kelley Tatro, North Central College
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Por la Vida hasta el Pueblo Viejo: Flamenco and Chicanidad in the
Southwest: Erica G Ocegueda, Arizona State University
293 // GEN - Panel - Thursday, 8:00am - 9:45am, San Cristobal
F
“Circulaciones de conocimientos científicos: la perspectiva
interseccional”
Session Organizer: Stephanie Schütze, Freie Universität Berlin
Chair: Angela Maria Carneiro Araújo, Universidade Estadual de
Campinas
Rethinking Interseccionality: equal opportunities in Latin-American
HE institutions.: Maria Stella Gonzalez-Arnal, University of
Hull
La enseñanza de calidad en las instituciones de educación superior
y la educación inclusiva. Reflexiones críticas desde una
perspectiva de género ineterseccional: Martha I Zapata Galindo,
Freie Universität Berlin
La interseccionalidad y sus recepciones y aplicaciones en las
ciencias sociales: Nina Lawrenz, Institute of Latin American
Studies
“Espaços transnacionais de conhecimentos: Um estudo sobre
mobilidade científica a partir da perspectiva interseccional”:
Maria Conceição da Costa, Universidade Estadual de Campinas;
Stephanie Schütze, Freie Universität Berlin
Discussant: Angela Maria Carneiro Araújo, Universidade Estadual
de Campinas
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294 // CUL - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Conference
10
(II) Exclusiones
Session Organizer: Mabel E Moraña, Washington University/St.
Louis
Chair: Ignacio M Sánchez Prado, Washington University/St. Louis
" 'El cobarde no hace historia'. Orlando Fals Borda y la doble
historia d ela costa del Caribe.": Joanne Rappaport,
Georgetown University
"Letrados mayas, memorias esteticas y su otredad liminal": Arturo
Arias, University of Texas/Austin
"Cronicas despolitizadas: los imaginarios periodisticos sobre el
narco en Mexico": Oswaldo Zavala, College of Staten Island &
The Graduate Center, CUNY
"Los sonidos de un Lof Mapuche: colonialismo acustico, entorno
urbano y resistencia en el arte de Christian Wenuvil": Luis E
Cárcamo-Huechante, University of Texas/Austin
Cuerpos Excluidos, Cuerpos Desechables: Violencia de Estado y
desaparición Forzada en México: Rosalva Aida Hernández
Castillo, CIESAS-Mexico
295 // INT - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Ponce de
Leon A
A critical assessment of the EU's Strategic Partnerships
Sponsor: ELAS
Session Organizer: Raynier P Azopardo, Research Center for
International Policy
Chair: Susanne S Gratius, Autonomous University of Madrid
Brasil y México: dos modelos de asociaciones estratégicas con la
UE: Susanne S Gratius, Autonomous University of Madrid
El fin de una des-asociación estratégica? La UE y Cuba en camino
hacia un acuerdo de cooperación: Bert Hoffmann, GIGA
German Institute of Global and Area Studie
Asociación estratégica EEUU – UE: estado actual y sus impactos
para América Latina en el ámbito de la seguridad.: Nelson
Roque-Suástegui, Research Center for International Policy
La crisis ucraniana y la confrontación entre Rusia, Estados Unidos
y la UE. Impactos regionales, globales y para América Latina.:
Iván León, Research Center for International Policy
Convergencias y divergencias de EE.UU. y sus aliados
trasatlánticos respecto a Cuba: ¿cambio o continuidad?:
Raynier P Azopardo, Research Center for International Policy
Discussant: Miriam Gomes G Saraiva, Universidade do Estado do
Rio de Janeiro
296 // DEM - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Boardroom
1
Authoritarian Successor Parties in Latin America
Session Organizer: James I Loxton, University of Notre Dame
Chair: James I Loxton, University of Notre Dame
Persecution and Populism: Analyzing the Electoral Success of
Guatemala’s FRG: Regina A Bateson, Massachusetts Institute
of Technology
Personalistic Authoritarian Successor Parties in Latin America:
Steven R Levitsky, Harvard University
The Effects of Authoritarian Successor Parties on Democracy:
Negative, Positive, or Double-Edged?: James I Loxton,
University of Notre Dame
Regime Legacies and Authoritarian Successor Parties: The
Contrasting Trajectories of the PDS and PFL in Brazil, 19852015: Timothy J Power, University of Oxford
Discussant: Frances Hagopian, Harvard University
297 // MAS - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Maguey
Cinema, Print Culture, and Global Exchanges in Early
Twentieth Century Latin America
Chair: Juan S Ospina Leon, University of California/Berkeley
Experiencing modernity through film magazines in Santiago and
Buenos Aires, 1915-1945: Camila Gatica Mizala, University
College London
Carlos Noriega Hope in El Universal Ilustrado: Between
Cosmopolitan Film Criticism and Local Film Production: Rielle
E Navitski, University of Georgia
Modernity, Film Aesthetics, and Pedagogy of Filmgoing in Early
Colombian Film Periodicals, 1914-1920: Juan S Ospina Leon,
University of California/Berkeley
Revista del Cine: Regional Modernity in Yucatán: Laura I Serna,
University of Southern California
298 // LST - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Murphy 1
Ciudades a la deriva: ruinas, miserias, y el arte del vivir urbano
Chair: Maria de los Angeles Gutierrez Bascon, University of
Chicago
La Villa Miseria: Representations of Slums in Contemporary South
American Culture: Nicholas M Kramer, Lewis and Clark
College
La somatización de la ruina: cuerpo y ciudad en el “ciclo de Centro
Habana” de Pedro Juan Gutiérrez: Maria de los Angeles
Gutierrez Bascon, University of Chicago
The San Juan YMCA and the Americanization of Culture: Ellen T
Baird, University of Illinois-Chicago (retired)
Discussant: Kelly Linares Terry, El Instituto de Literatura y
Lingüística "José Antonio Portuondo Valdor"
299 // LST - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Flamingo A
Colonialism and Latin American Science Fiction
Session Organizer: Antonio Córdoba, Manhattan College
Chair: Emily A Maguire, Northwestern University
Game of the Worlds and the Dispossessed: On César Aira's Science
Fiction: Antonio Córdoba, Manhattan College
Colonialism and Brazilian Steampunk: Mary Elizabeth E Ginway,
University of Florida
Twisted Tales and Tangled Origins: Colonialism and Literary
History in Pepe Liboy’s El informe Cabrera: Emily A Maguire,
Northwestern University
Instrucciones para resistir y confrontar la globalización: Postcolonialismo y post-cyberpunk en la expresión artística U.S.
Latina: Hernán M García, Wayne State University
300 // LTC - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Flamingo B
Contamination: materiality and cultural metaphor. Emergent
theoretical perspectives in Caribbean literatures and
cultures
Session Organizer: Liliana Gómez-Popescu, Harvard University
Chair: Liliana Gómez-Popescu, Harvard University
The Motif of Dirt from Naturalism to Ecopoetics: dis/continuities in
Caribbean literatures of precarity: Isabel V Exner, Universität
des Saarlandes
Construction and destruction, Urban Space and the 68 massacre in
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the novel Crónica de la Intervención de Juan García Ponce:
Enrique Chacón, Villanova University
Materiality in Caribbean literatures: figurations of crisis and the
notion of expenditure: Liliana Gómez-Popescu, Harvard
University
Discussant: Juan Ramon Duchesne Winter, University of Pittsburgh
301 // DEF - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Murphy 3
Crime and Prisons in Latin America: New Evidence
Chair: Carlos J Vilalta Perdomo, Centro de Investigación y
Docencia Económicas (CIDE)
Counterproductive punishment: Prison gangs as invisible threat to
state authority: Benjamin Lessing, University of Chicago
A ticking time bomb? Penal populism and the growing problem of
growing prison populations in Latin America: Carlos J Vilalta
Perdomo, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas
(CIDE)
El tratamiento de drogas para personas privadas de libertad en
Chile: Diego A Piñol, Universidad De Chile; Olga Espinoza,
Universidad de Chile
The poor have a strategy: What inmates have to say about legal
defense in Latin America: Gustavo J Fondevila, Center for
Economic Research and Teaching’s (CIDE)
Poor deterrence, weak incapacitation and the challenges of
incarceration policies in Latin America: Marcelo Bergman,
Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero, Argentina
302 // LAW - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Executive
Boardroom
De los derechos y las leyes a su implementación. Aproximaciones
conceptuales. Casos prácticos de México y Venezuela.
Session Organizer: Victor S Peña, Universidad Autónoma de
Coahuila
Chair: Juan C Centeno, Universidad Autónoma de Coahuila
Implementación de políticas públicas de transparencia en gobiernos
sub nacionales. Análisis de caso desde las unidades de enlace
en Coahuila, México: Jesus Rubio, El Colegio de la Frontera
Norte
Políticas públicas asistencialistas y condicionamiento de la
participación ciudadana. Estudio comparativo en los municipios
de Guadalupe, Nuevo León - México y Libertador, Caracas –
Venezuela: Juan C Centeno, Universidad Autónoma de Coahuila
De la legitimidad a la captura: Diseño normativo para la
integración del órgano nacional para el acceso a la información
y protección de datos personales en México: Victor S Peña,
Universidad Autónoma de Coahuila
La migración internacional como parte de las políticas públicas
estatales: Los casos de México y Venezuela: Tomás M Muñoz
Bravo
303 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Thursday, 10:00am 11:45am, San Cristobal B
Debating Latin America-China Interactions (Part II)
Sponsor: Asia and the Americas
Sponsor: The Open Society Institute
Session Organizer: Adrian H Hearn, University of Melbourne
Chair: Kathleen M Lopez, Rutgers University
China’s growing pragmatism in Cuba: a historical comparison with
the USSR: Paul Wang, Jilin University
China’s New Commitments to Latin America and their geopolitical
Implications: Shoujun Cui, Renmin University of China
New Dynamics of Sino-Cuban Relations: Haibin Niu, Shanghai
Institutes for International Studies
China and Caribbean Tourism: Jingsheng Dong, Peking University
Discussant: Ariel C Armony, University of Miami
304 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Thursday, 10:00am 11:45am, Caribe
Dislocación y desplazamiento en el Cono Sur: Tránsitos,
diásporas y relocalización de cuerpos y subjetividades en la
trama social/ cultural Parte II
Sponsor: Southern Cone Studies
Session Organizer: Cristián M Opazo, Pontificia Universidad
Católica de Chile
Chair: Fernando A Blanco, Bucknell University
¿Y al volver…? Retorno de los intelectuales exiliados y reconstrucción de esfera pública el contexto posautoritario: Saúl
Sosnowski, University of Maryland
Escrituras en fuga: migración intelectual y desterritorialización de
las tramas culturales cono-sureñas: Roberto F Brodsky, Center
for Latin American Studies
Estéticas de lo Precario: Hilando fino desde el Sur: Marta Josefina
Sierra, Kenyon College
Agencias cívicas: las humanidades en el espacio público: Doris
Sommer, Harvard University
Migraciones teatrales (pos) institucionales: María Soledad Lagos
Rivera
Discussant: Cristián M Opazo, Pontificia Universidad Católica de
Chile
305 // DEF - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Boardroom
3
El potencial transformador de la violencia y la exclusión social
por la investigación social
Sponsor: IDRC
Chair: Markus Gottsbacher, International Development Research
Centre
Violencia juvenil, factores de riesgo y vulnerabilidad, una
comparación entre Brasil, México y Colombia.: Arturo
Alvarado Mendoza, El Colegio de México
Violencia escolar en el Triángulo Norte de Centroamérica: Isabel
Aguilar Umaña, Interpeace
Mecanismos locales de mitigación y contención de la violencia en
territorios afectados por delincuencia organizada.: Verónica
Martínez-Solares, Fundación para el Estudio de la Seguridad y
Gobernanza
Sistema Fronterizo Global en América Latina: Fernando Carrión
Mena, FLACSO Ecuador
Collective Action and Armed Group Presence in Colombia: Ana M
Ibañez, Universidad de los Andes
Discussant: Roberto Briceño-León, Laboratorio de Ciencias
Sociales, LACSO
306 // LTC - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Flamingo D
Escrituras a ras de suelo: crónica latinoamericana del siglo XX
(mesa II)
Session Organizer: Claudia M Darrigrandi, Universidad Finis Terrae
Chair: Macarena L Urzúa, CIDOC-Escuela de Literatura
Universidad Finis Terrae
Operación masacre: una aproximación a la locura: Carolyn
Wolfenzon Niego, Bowdoin College
“El pájaro verde” de Joaquín Edwards Bello: de crónica a capítulo
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de novela: Osvaldo R Carvajal Muñoz, Universidad de Chile
Ciudades son imágenes: postales de Nueva York, paisaje de la tierra
prometida en las crónicas de Rosamel del Valle: Macarena L
Urzúa, CIDOC-Escuela de Literatura Universidad Finis Terrae
Discussant: Graciela A Queirolo, Universidad de Buenos Aires
307 // SLS - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Flamboyan
Escrituras, teorías y desafíos de lo trans
Session Organizer: Vincent D Cervantes, University of Southern
California
Chair: Juan A Gómez, University of Pennsylvania - Universidad
Nacional de Mar del Plata
Aguijones en el aire: el cuerpo y la nada en Animal fiero y tierno y
La novelabingo: Raquel Salas-Rivera, University of
Pennsylvania
“Una isla loca flotando fuera del tiempo”: cronicidad, longevidad,
subjetividades trans en Rosa prepucio, de Alejandro Modarelli.:
Juan A Gómez, University of Pennsylvania - Universidad
Nacional de Mar del Plata
La escena trans en la Argentina actual: crónicas de una lucha
estética y estatal: Maria R Pichon Riviere
Descorporeización y pensando al lado de la trans-corporalidad en
Ana Clavel: Vincent D Cervantes, University of Southern
California
308 // FIL - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, San Cristobal
E
Espacios de destitución y encierro en el cine latinoamericano
reciente
Session Organizer: Jorge G Marturano, University of California/Los
Angeles
Chair: Jorge G Marturano, University of California/Los Angeles
De encierros femeninos: Elena, de Petra Costa: Moira I Fradinger,
Yale University
Love Thy Neighbor: comunidades cerradas en el cine
latinoamericano reciente: Gabriela Copertari, Case Western
Reserve University
El interior de la ley en los documentales de María Augusta Ramos:
Fernando J Rosenberg, Brandeis University
Enclaustramiento y ruptura en el cine cubano: Jorge G Marturano,
University of California/Los Angeles
309 // HIS - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Conference 7
Estado y Políticas Represivas en el Siglo XX Latinoamericano
Chair: Verónica P Valdivia, Universidad Diego Portales
Movimiento Obrero y Frontera. El Enemigo Interno en el
Nacimiento de la Delimitación Internacional entre Argentina y
Chile (Patagonia Austral, 1918-1922): Alberto A Harambour
Ross, Universidad Diego Portales
1925: La Reorganización de los Dispositivos Represivos en el Chile
del Siglo XX: Verónica P Valdivia, Universidad Diego Portales
La Construcción de la Noción de Enemigo Interno en Chile:
Rolando E Álvarez, Universidad de Santiago de Chile
Presagios Golpistas: la Izquierda Armada y su Visión del
Autoritarismo Militar en el Cono Sur de los Sesentas.: Alberto
Aldo Marchesi, Universidad de la República
Os expurgos de docentes universitários na ditadura brasileira:
Rodrigo P Motta, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
310 // EDU - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Salon del
Mar B
Evaluación y calidad educativa. Exclusión social y estándares
internacionales.
Chair: Karla N Penna, Murdoch University
Chile’s Invisible Children: What Standardized Tests Left Behind:
Alvaro Quezada-Hofflinger, University of Texas/Austin
New standards for education and training for preservation in Brazil:
Karla N Penna, Murdoch University
Dropout Rates in Secondary School: What are the Determinants?
Rosario, Argentina 2013: Maria S Barboza, University of
Pittsburgh
311 // GEN - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Murphy 7
Exclusión y precariedad. Obstáculos y desafíos en las
trayectorias de mujeres en el trabajo: Chile desde una
perspectiva comparada
Sponsor: Fondecyt 1130779 y Fondecyt 1130890
Session Organizer: Claudia A Mora, Universidad Andres Bello
Chair: Virginia B Guzmán Barcos, CEM
Continuidad y cambio en las relaciones de género: mecanismos de
reproducción, resistencia o cambio de la desigualdad de género
en las prácticas de trabajadores/as de dos generaciones:
Virginia B Guzmán Barcos, CEM
La Normatividad Familiar como obstáculo laboral de las mujeres
en Chile: Claudia A Mora, Universidad Andres Bello
Calidad del empleo, riesgos psicosociales y violencia de género en
las trabajadoras asalariadas en Chile: Patricia Ximena Díaz,
Centro de Estudios de la Mujer
312 // CSS - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, San
Cristobal G
Expresiones de cambio cultural mobilizacion y subjetividad
Sponsor: Centre for Social Conflict and Cohesion Studies, Chile
Chair: Donald V Kingsbury, University of Toronto
La evitación del conflicto en las relaciones interpersonales en el
Chile actual: Subjetividades en tensión.: Dariela Sharim,
Universidad catolica de Chile
Understanding the "encapuchado" youth protesters in contemporary
Chile: Ana Velitchkova, COES
Infrastructures of Revolt: The Caracas Metro, Constituent Power,
and the “Right to the City” in Bolivarian Venezuela: Donald V
Kingsbury, University of Toronto
The Waorani of Ecuador: the Realities of Globalization within a
Plurinational State.: Kristina D Cvetich, FLACSO - Ecuador
Discussant: Joel P Stillerman, Grand Valley State University
313 // CUL - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Conference
8
Folklore del norte argentino: la tensión entre “lo auténtico” y la
estética del mercado
Session Organizer: Yolanda Fabiola F Orquera, CONICET/ISES
Chair: Oscar A Chamosa, University of Georgia
El negocio del folklore: Los caminos musicales que llevan al éxito
en el Festival Nacional de Folklore de Cosquín: Jane L Florine,
Chicago State University
Tamales, Folk Music, and Brave Horses: Folklore Festivals in the
Argentine Northwest in the Intersection of Tourism, Community
and Tradition.: Oscar A Chamosa, University of Georgia
“Y que el Inca llamó Jujuy, Jujuy”. Representaciones sobre Jujuy
(Argentina) y búsquedas de una autenticidad musical y sonora:
Radek Sánchez Patzy, Universidad de Buenos Aires
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¿Folklore no comercial? 'Autenticidad' y subalternidad en marcos
políticos cambiantes: Yolanda Fabiola F Orquera,
CONICET/ISES
314 // LTC - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Conference
6
History and Fiction in Latin America: A Creative Relationship?
Session Organizers: Eduardo Posada-Carbo, St Antony's College,
Oxford University
Ben A Bollig, University of Oxford
Chair: Ben A Bollig, University of Oxford
Fiction and Utopia in Esteban Echeverría’s “The Slaughterhouse”.:
Karina Galperin, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella
Andrés Bello: The Uses of Literature and History in the
Independence Period.: Ivan A Jaksic, Stanford University
Democracy and Nineteenth-Century Literature in Colombia.:
Eduardo Posada-Carbo, St Antony's College, Oxford University
The Present of an Illusion: José Revueltas and the History of
Communism.: José Antonio Aguilar Rivera, Centro de
Investigación y Docencia Económicas
New Lyricism and the Rewriting of Popular History in
Contemporary Argentine Poetry.: Ben A Bollig, University of
Oxford
Discussant: Ericka A Beckman, University of Illinois/UrbanaChampaign
315 // PIP - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Garita
Influences in the Legislative Process
Chair: Ricardo J Gamboa, Universidad de Chile
Ministers as active political actors in Brazil: pork barrel inside the
cabinet from 2010 until 2014: Arnaldo Mauerberg Junior,
Getulio Vargaas Foundation
Daughters and wives, brothers and sons: Gender and Political
Dynasties in the Brazilian Legislature: Maria Luiza Aberceb
Carvalho Gatto, University of Oxford
Interest Groups in the Legislative Process: The case of Chile.:
Ricardo J Gamboa, Universidad de Chile; Carolina Segovia,
Universidad Diego Portales
Conflict or Cooperation: The power of Latin American legislatures:
Svitlana Chernykh, Australian National University; David
Doyle, University of Oxford
How Language Matters for Implementation: Policy Literature,
Policy Rhetoric, & Writing for Ideologically Conscious
Audiences: Alec I Gershberg, The New School
Discussant: Alec I Gershberg, The New School
316 // DEF - Workshop - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, San
Geronimo Ballroom A
Insecurity, Trauma, & Aftercare: Researcher Reflections In and
Off the Field
Sponsor: Drugs, Security, & Democracy Fellowship (SSRC)
Session Organizer: Audrey A Winpenny, University of
Pennsylvania
Chair: Audrey A Winpenny, University of Pennsylvania
Presenters: Annette I Idler, Oxford University
Jeremy Slack, University of Arizona
Audrey A Winpenny, University of Pennsylvania
317 // INV - Workshop - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Las
Olas
Invited Session - Discursos de seguridad nacional: implicaciones
para los movimientos sociales latinoamericanos
Sponsor: Track Human Rights and Memories
Session Organizers: Alejandro Cerda García, Universidad
Autónoma Metropolitana/Xochimilco
Carlos A Aguirre, University of Oregon
Chair: Alejandro Cerda García, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana/Xochimilco
Presenters: Maurice R Magaña, University of California, Los
Angeles
Alejandro Cerda García, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana/Xochimilco
Francesca Lessa, University of Oxford
Pedro Cayuqueo, Mapuche Times
318 // INV - Workshop - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, San
Geronimo Ballroom C
Invited Session - States, Markets, and the Political Economy of
the Caribbean
Sponsor: States, Markets, and Political Economy Track
Session Organizers: Diego Sánchez-Ancochea, University of Oxford
Kathryn A Hochstetler, University of Waterloo
Chair: Kathryn A Hochstetler, University of Waterloo
Presenters: Michael J Piore, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
José Antonio Ocampo, Columbia University
Emily J Morris, University College London
David J Howard, University of Oxford
Discussant: Diego Sánchez-Ancochea, University of Oxford
319 // INV - Workshop - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, San
Geronimo Ballroom B
Invited Session - When Does a Latin American become a
Latina/o?
Sponsor: LAT Latino(as) in the United States and Canada
Presenters: Carmen E Lamas, La Salle University
Laura Anne Lomas, Rutgers University
Daisy V Reyes, University of Connecticut
Jason M Ruiz, University of Notre Dame
320 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Thursday, 10:00am 11:45am, San Cristobal D
Justicia reproductiva, derechos sexuales y guerras culturales en
las Américas
Sponsor: Gender and Feminist Studies
Session Organizer: Elizabeth Maier, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte
Chair: Gabriela Arguedas Ramirez, Universidad de Costa Rica
Las ciudadanías y los derechos sexuales en el Cono Sur de las
Américas: Graciela Di Marco, Universidad Nacional de San
Martín
Restringiendo Libertades en USA: El aborto y el ocaso de la
libertad de decidir: Elizabeth Maier, El Colegio de la Frontera
Norte
El aborto en el caso de México: Regina Tamés
Pautas culturales, ejercicio de la sexualidad y justicia reproductiva
en Puerto Rico: Alice E Colón-Warren, Universidad de Puerto
Rico/Río Piedras
321 // HIS - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, San Cristobal
C
La circulación de las ideas en las Américas
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Session Organizers: Mark W Thurner, University of London
Veremundo Carrillo Reveles, El Colegio de México
Chairs: Luciano A Abreu, Pontifícia Universidade Católica/RS PUCRS
Teresa Cribelli, University of Alabama
Latin America and the History of Historiography: Mark W Thurner,
University of London
“Money Doctors” para un continente enfermo. Las Conferencias
Financieras Panamericanas y el debate sobre las ideas de
política económica para las Américas, 1915-1920.: Veremundo
Carrillo Reveles, El Colegio de México
Martinez de Hoz and the birth of Neoliberalism in Latin America.
(1976-1981): Bruno H Biazetto, Georgetown University
A produção cultural no Brasil e o direito de acesso à cultura:
Leandro José R Mendonça, Universidade Federal Fluminense
Redimensionando a Consolidação do Neoliberalismo no Brasil dos
Anos 1990: Monica P Almeida
Discussant: Mark W Thurner, University of London
322 // DEF - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Murphy 6
Land and Local Governance in Post-conflict Settings
Session Organizer: Fernan E Gonzalez, CINEP
Chair: Francisco A Gutiérrez Sanín, Universidad Nacional de
Colombia
The Institutional Legacies of War: Challenges and Opportunities in
the Post-conflict Period: Ana M Arjona, Northwestern
University
Community Institutional Innovations as a Shortcut of State-building
efforts in Post-conflict Settings: Fernan E Gonzalez, CINEP
Patrones de Despojo “Jurídico” en Colombia: Una historia sin fin:
Rocio del Pilar Peña-Huertas, Universidad del Rosario
Alcaldes y Regulación de Derechos de Propiedad Agraria. Una
aproximación desde la pregunta por el despojo de tierras en
Urabá, Colombia: Jenniffer Vargas Reina
Coerción, Mercado y Estado: El Despojo de tierras en Tibú, Norte
de Santander: Sonia Uribe Kaffure
323 // OTS - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Murphy 4
Latin American Indigenous Futures
Session Organizer: Emma Cervone, Johns Hopkins University
Chair: Emma Cervone, Johns Hopkins University
An End to Indigeneity?: Reconceptualizing the Political Uses of
Indigeneity in Bolivia Today: Nancy G Postero, University of
California/San Diego; Nicole W Fabricant, Towson University
Indigenous peoples, community and disputed legalities in
Guatemala: Rachel Sieder, Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios
Superiores en Antropología Social
Memorias de mujeres indígenas: interseccionalidad, despojos y
sentidos de justicia.: Natalia Leonor De Marinis, UNAM
Indigenous Women Migrants: Navigating the Shadowy Space of
Neoliberal Multicriminalism: Shannon Speed, University of
Texas/Austin
324 // EDU - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Foyer A
Latin American educational projects in the twentieth century:
the presence of the New School in Latin America
Session Organizer: Macioniro Celeste Filho, Universidade Estadual
Paulista - UNESP
Chair: Oresta López Pérez, El Colegio de San Luis
Influence of the New School in rural education projects of the postrevolutionary Mexico: between bullets and the new Pedagogy of
State: Oresta López Pérez, El Colegio de San Luis
Lay and catholic people in dispute for New School in Brazil in the
1930s: Macioniro Celeste Filho, Universidade Estadual Paulista
- UNESP
Emergence of the principles of the New School in Chile: Jaime
Caiceo Escudero, Universidad de Santiago de Chile
Studies on the New School movement in Brazil: research production
in the CAPES database (2000-2010): Virgínia P Ávila,
Universidade de Pernambuco; Jardel Costa Pereira,
Universidade de Pernambuco
325 // AGR - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Tropical C
Los sistemas de intermediacion laboral en el Mercado de trabajo
agricola
Chair: Kim Sánchez, Universidad Autonoma del Estado Morelos
Contratistas e Intermediarios Laborales en la Industria Hortícola
en Baja California: Christian C Zlolniski Palacios, University of
Texas/Austin
El Papel de la intermediación en la conformación de las corrientes
migratorias en la provincia de Santiago del Estero, Argentina:
Germán J Quaranta, CONICET
Los contratistas de mano de obra en las cadenas de exportación de
productos frescos en Uruguay: Alberto Riella, Universidad de la
República de Uruguay
Los intermediarios laborales tradicionales como brokers culturales:
Kim Sánchez, Universidad Autonoma del Estado Morelos
Labor Contractors, Coyotes, and Travelers: the migration industry
in Latin America and the United States: David C Griffith, East
Carolina University
Discussant: Mónica Isabel Bendini, Universidad Nacional del
Comahue
326 // ART - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Ceiba
Material and Style in the Arts of Colonial Latin America
Chair: Paul B Niell, Florida State University
Material Culture of Pearl in the Early Modern Spanish Americas:
Paul B Niell, Florida State University
Pedro José Márquez and David Hume: a theory of taste in Mexican
philosophy of the eighteenth-century: María del Carmen Garcés
Zapico, Universidad Panamericana
Las huellas de lo mudéjar en Colombia: Ana M Carreira,
Universidad de Bogotá Jorge Tadeo Lozano
Discussant: Yelena Febles Alfonso
327 // CSS - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Conference 4
Movimentos Sociais, Interações Socioestatais e Políticas
Públicas: Novas Fronteiras Analítico-Teóricas
Session Organizer: Monika Dowbor, CEM
Chair: Luciana A Martins de Souza, Cebrap - Centro Brasileiro de
Análise e Planejamento
Movimentos Sociais, Participação e Institucionalização no Brasil
Contemporâneo: Euzeneia Carlos Nascimento
Repertório Organizacional, Processo Político e Mudanças nas
Políticas Públicas: Movimento pela Reforma Sanitária e sua
estratégia de formação de recursos humanos em saúde: Monika
Dowbor, CEM
A Mobilidade Urbana como Objeto de Contestação Pública:
retórica e dramaturgia de movimentos em perspectiva
comparada: Pedro Medeiros, Universidade Federal do Paraná
O Lugar do Movimento Social na Política Socioeducativa. A
participação política do movimento social na relação com
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outros atores que incidem na política pública: Maria do Carmo
A Albuquerque, Cebrap
Discussant: Wagner M Romão, Univ Est Campinas Unicamp
consultation in Bolivia: Tom A Perreault, Syracuse University
Discussant: Barbara Deutsch Lynch, Georgia Institute of
Technology
328 // GEN - Workshop - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, San
Cristobal F
Mujeres Indígenas, Saberes y Estrategias Políticas
Sponsor: CIESAS
Session Organizer: Cristina Rojas, Carleton University
Chair: Pamela R Calla Ortega, New York University
Presenters: Toribia Lero Quispe, CONAMAQ
Yamila Gutierrez Callisaya
332 // AFR - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Tropical A
Race, Ethnicity and Political Culture(s) in Latin America
Session Organizer: Barry S Levitt, Florida International University
Chair: Abby Cordova, University of Kentucky
The Mysterious Case of the Disappearing Indians, or: How the
Questions You Ask Determine the Answers You Get: Daniel E
Moreno Morales, Ciudadanía
Exporting Racial Paradise: Tianna S Paschel, University of Chicago
Experiencing Good Times and Bad Times: Racism, Rising
Consumerism, and Increasing Incomes among Afro-Brazilians:
Gladys L Mitchell-Walthour, University of Wisconsin
Milwaukee
A Perfect Marriage: Socialism and Racelessness in Contemporary
Cuba: Danielle P Clealand Lenz, Florida INternational
University
Discrimination and Democratic Discontent: Racism, Ethnic
Discrimination and Political Culture(s) in Latin America: Barry
S Levitt, Florida International University
Discussant: Edward E Telles, Princeton University
329 // ECO - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Murphy 2
México: las Perspectivas de una Economía Reformada
Chair: Ricardo M Buzo de la Peña, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana
La Economía Política de las Reformas Económicas del sexenio de
Enrique Peña Nieto: Ricardo M Buzo de la Peña, Universidad
Autónoma Metropolitana
Las Reformas Estructurales: Análisis de sus Posibles Efectos sobre
la Competitividad de la Economía Mexicana.: Carlos GómezChiñas, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana/Azcapotzalco
El Impacto de las Reformas Laboral y Financiera en la producción
y en las Exportaciones de la Industria Manufacturera
Mexicana: Una Investigación Empírica: Víctor M Cuevas,
Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana/Azcapotzalco
Contradicciones y Exclusiones de las Reformas Energéticas en
México: Paulino Ernesto A Arellanes Jimenez, Benemérita
Universidad Autónoma de Puebla
330 // ECO - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Salon del
Mar A
Poverty, middle class growth and human development
Sponsor: Marcelo Paixão
A ascensão da nova classe média e a queda das desigualdades de
cor ou raça: Irene Rossetto, Universidade de Sao Paulo
Comparing IHD Indicators within the Southern Cone and Brazil –
2014: Clarice Melamed, IFundação Oswaldo Cruz - Ministério
da Saúde
Alternative Assessment of Poverty Indicators in the MDGs:
Measuring Progress as Acceleration or Achievement of Targets:
Gibrán Cruz-Martínez, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Pobreza multidimensional no Brasil no período 2006 a 2012: Jair
A Araujo, Ceará Federal University (UFC)
331 // BIO - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Conference 3
Precarious Inclusion: The Politics of Public Participation in
Andean Environmental Governance
Chair: Adam K French, University of California/Berkeley
The Limits of Prior Consultation Initiatives in the Peruvian and
Bolivian Andes: Gerardo Hector Damonte Valencia, GRADE
and PUCP; Manuel A Glave Testino, Grupo de Análisis para el
Desarrollo
Post-facto Consent: Contentious Resources in Peru’s Huascarán
National Park: Mattias B Rasmussen, University of Copenhagen
Politics of Exclusion: Contention and Corruption in the Governance
of Peru’s Santa River Watershed: Adam K French, University of
California/Berkeley
Performing participation: Mining, power and the limits of
333 // LTC - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Conference
5
Representing Human Rights: Latin America and the Global
Market
Session Organizer: Luz Angelica Kirschner, University Bielefeld
Chair: Sara E Armengot, Rochester Institute of Technology
Do you believe in magic?: Yamashita’s Magical Realism as Human
Ecology in the Era of Globalization: Nicole L Sparling, Central
Michigan University
“You can’t be too rich or too thin”: The Politicization of the Obesity
Discourse in Ana María Shua’s El peso de la tentación: Luz
Angelica Kirschner, University Bielefeld
Resisting the Dominant Narratives on Environmentalism in the
Dominican Republic: Sara E Armengot, Rochester Institute of
Technology
334 // LTC - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Flamingo C
Retracing Literary and Visual Aesthetics in Brazilian Cultural
Production
Session Organizer: Celia C Cordeiro, University of Texas at Austin
Chair: Jessica Carey-Webb, University of Texas
Charming Maids on Cheias de Charme: The Race and Gender
Politics of Domestic Workers on Brazilian Television: Alida
Perrine, University of Texas at Austin
Gendered Politics of Empire: The Female Explorateur and Natural
Histories of the Amazon Bain 1899-1901: Jessica Carey-Webb,
University of Texas
Spaces of Sex, Prisms of Empire: Queering Sex Work in
Northeastern Brazil From the Cabaré Maria Boa to World Cup
Sex Tourism in Natal, RN: Sarah E Nicholus, University of
Texas at Austin
The Anthropologist as an aesthetic representation of Azorean
collective memory in Santa Catarina, Brazil: Celia C Cordeiro,
University of Texas at Austin
Discussant: Sarah E Nicholus, University of Texas at Austin
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335 // EDU - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Murphy 5
Salud, deporte y actividades extracurriculares. Una educación
en los márgenes y más allá de la escuela
Bases científicas para la masificacion del ajedrez en diferentes
contextos.: Lázaro Antonio Bueno Pérez, MES
Entablando un diálogo entre curriculum y cultura juvenil: el
discurso sobre exclusiones y precariedades socioeducativas
presente en las líricas del rap chileno actual y su relación con el
discurso curricular.: Olga Espinoza Aros, Pontificia
Universidad Católica de Chile
Sistema de tareas docentes desde la asignatura de Ciencias
Naturales, para la prevención del VIH en los adolescentes:
Claudia M Lopez Cardoso
336 // CSS - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Ponce
Social movements: the constitution of political subjects
Movimientos sociales latinoamericanos: mística y emergencia de
nuevos sentidos y prácticas de socialidad: Lázaro Magdiel
Bacallao Pino, ICEI-Universidad de Chile / Programa
FONDECYT Postdoctorado
SELF-FORMATION in SOCIAL MOVEMENT: The Movimento dos
Sem Terra and the World Social Forum: Benjamin Bunk, MaxWeber-Kolleg, University Erfurt
Deepening Democracy Through Constituency Formation via 'selfappointed' representative contexts: Dominique Rumeau,
Universidad de la Republica and The University of British
Columbia
Are they like us? Political Attitudes among Protest Participants and
Non-Participants in Mexico City.: Maria Inclán, Centro de
Investigación y Docencia Económicas
The Paradox of Scholarly Fascination with “Intrinsically Virtuous”
Grassroots Struggles: When Social Movements Fail: Donna L
Chollett, University of Minnesota/Morris
337 // LAW - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Ponce de
Leon C
The Citizens’ Revolution in the City: Governing Subaltern
Subjects in Quito’s Historic Center
Session Organizer: Nicholas Limerick, University of Pennsylvania
Chair: Anna V Wilking, New York University
Speaking Like Liberal Multicultural Citizens: The Politics of
Schooling and Illustrating Indigeneity for Quichua Youth in
Ecuador: Nicholas Limerick, University of Pennsylvania
"El Ecuador en Chiquito": The Infrastructures of Politics in an
Urban Market in Quito's Historic Center: Taylor C Nelms,
University of California, Irvine
The Citizens’ Revolution, Sex Work, and Exclusion in Quito’s
Historic Center: Anna V Wilking, New York University
Discussant: María Amelia A Viteri Burbano, University of San
Francisco, Quito
338 // FIL - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Foyer C
The Dystopian Childhood in Latin American Film
Chair: Raciel Alonso, University of Kansas
(Des)articulaciones de la nación: el cine de niño en la Cuba del
siglo XXI: Raciel Alonso, University of Kansas
Relación con y continuación del género de la migración en La jaula
de oro: vacíos y virtudes: Richard K Curry, Texas A & M
University
The Adolescent Gaze and Dystopian Realities in La Yuma (2009)
and El camino (2007): Hólmfríður Garðarsdóttir, University of
Iceland
Children in the promised land. Film, migration, and dystopia.:
Alvaro Baquero-Pecino, The City University of New York.
College of Staten Island
339 // SMP - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Boardroom
2
The Political Dynamics of Taxation in Latin America: Current
Reforms and Comparative Perspectives
Chair: Gabriel A Ondetti, Missouri State University
Chile’s 2014 Tax Reform: Breaking with the Past?: Tasha A
Fairfield, London School of Economics
The Politics of Fiscal Reform in Colombia: Gustavo A FloresMacias, Cornell University
Mexico’s 2013 Tax Reform and its Congressional Approval
Process: What is the Role of Congress in the Mexican Tax
System?: Mónica Unda Gutiérrez, ITESO - Universidad Jesuita
de Guadalajara
Class Actors and the Politics of Light Taxation in Mexico: Gabriel A
Ondetti, Missouri State University
States and Social Forces: Tax, Spending, and the Social Coalitions
Supporting Brazilian and Indian Development: Aaron M
Schneider, University of Denver
Discussant: James E Mahon, Williams College
340 // AFR - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Tropical B
Thread-ing: Imaginaries for Indigenous and Campesino
mobilization in Colombia
Chair: Ivan D Vargas Roncancio, Duke University
Indigenous Guard(s): Decolonial networking and social action:
Miguel L Rojas Sotelo, Duke University
Visiones de cabeza y textualidades otras en una nueva lectura
cartográfica De-Colombia: Miguel Rocha, University of North
Carolina/Chapel Hill
Weaving Politics: On connections and free associations in the
Indigenous and Campesino movement in Colombia (2010-2014):
Ivan D Vargas Roncancio, Duke University
Discussant: Diana M Gomez Correal, University of North Carolina
341 // AFR - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Almendros
Tierra y Libertad: Los Efectos del Neo-extractivismo en la
Resistencia Indígena y Afrodecendiente
Chair: Fernando López-Vega, Instituto Colombiano de Antropología
e Historia (ICANH)
From Autonomy to Displacement: Black Land Rights and
Victimization in Colombia: Shantee Rosado, University of
Pennsylvania
Contesting Afro-national narratives: Chocó and the re-imagining of
Black communities in Colombia: Ximena A Gonzalez-Parada,
The University of Georgia
Coltán: falsa bonanza y desigualdad socioambiental en el río
Inírida, Guainía, Colombia.: Fernando López-Vega, Instituto
Colombiano de Antropología e Historia (ICANH)
Ancestral Land or Corporate Land: Conflicts over Identity and
Territory in La Guajira, Colombia: Emma L Banks, Vanderbilt
University
Cartografías ilegales: El latinoamericanismo frente a la
territorialidad ancestral: Santiago Acosta, Columbia University
342 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Thursday, 10:00am -
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“Race, Religion and Resistance in Colonial Times.”
Sponsor: Colonial
Session Organizer: Mónica Díaz, University of Kentucky
Chair: Mónica Díaz, University of Kentucky
Traducción como mediación e interpretación como agencia: el caso
de los traductores/intérpretes africanos en Cartagena de Indias
a comienzos del siglo XVII: Rubén A Sánchez-Godoy, Southern
Methodist University
“Montes d’Oca vs. de Cabrera: El caso de los mulatos en el México
de 1576”: Hector E Weir, Texas A&M University
“Su Fingida Santidad”: Narratives of Saintliness and Blackness in
Late Colonial Mexico: Krystle A Farman, Graduate Center,
CUNY
“Mohanes contra frailes. La resistencia nativa en la gobernación de
Santa Marta y sus implicaciones religiosas. Siglos XVI-XVII”:
Luis Miguel Córdoba Ochoa, Universidad Nacional de
Colombia-Sede Medellin
Mounting the “Poyto”: An Image of Afro-Catholic Syncretic
Submission in the Mystical Vision of Peru’s Úrsula de Jesús:
Rachel Spaulding, University of New Mexico
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343 // CUL - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference
10
(III) Emergencias
Session Organizer: José Manuel Valenzuela Arce, El Colegio de la
Frontera Norte
Chair: José Manuel Valenzuela Arce, El Colegio de la Frontera
Norte
"Emergencia, subjetivizacion y gobernanza postliberal": Benjamin
M Arditi, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
"De la violencia a la comuna: Viejos y nuevos sujetos emergentes en
Mexico": Bruno G Bosteels, Cornell University
"Agripina: hacia una geopolitica decolonial de los placeres
desobedientes": Victor M Rodriguez-Sarmiento
344 // ECO - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Murphy 7
A propriedade em suas múltiplas dimensões no século XIX
Sponsor: REDE PROPRIETAS - FAPERJ
Session Organizer: Marina M Monteiro Machado, Universidade do
Estado do Rio de Janeiro
Chair: Marina M Monteiro Machado, Universidade do Estado do
Rio de Janeiro
Rede Proprietas: propriedade e direito a acesso: Márcia Maria
Menendes Motta, Universidade Federal Fluminense
Fronteiras fluminenses: propriedades, mapas e territórios: Marina
M Monteiro Machado, Universidade do Estado do Rio de
Janeiro
From Plants to Property: the role of scientific expeditions and
economy botany in nineteenth-century settlements in the U.S.
and Brazil: Teresa Cribelli, University of Alabama
345 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Thursday, 12:00pm 1:45pm, San Cristobal A
Academic Profession facing current emergencies and challenges
in higher education.
Sponsor: Educación y Políticas Educativas en América Latina
Session Organizer: Norberto R Fernández Lamarra, Universidad
Nacional de Tres de Febrero
Chair: Norberto R Fernández Lamarra, Universidad Nacional de
Tres de Febrero
¿ La profesión académica universitaria en América Laina está en
crisis? un análisis en perfectiva comparada: Norberto R
Fernández Lamarra, Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero
La profesión académica en el contexto de la competencia y la
productividad: Jorge Enrique Delgado Troncoso, University of
Pittsburgh
Profissão acadêmica no Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil: limites e
possibilidades do campo institucional das universidades
comunitárias: Susana Margarita M Speroni, Universidade de
Santa Cruz do Sul; Cesar H Brito Goes, Universidade de Santa
Cruz do Sul - UNISC
Docência no ensino superior: culturas acadêmicas e iniciação
profissional: Maria Isabel da Cunha, Universidade do Vale do
Rio dos Sinos
Discussant: Patricia Somers, University of Texas/Austin
346 // LTC - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference 5
Afro-Asia in Latin America: Religion, Literature, and Film
Session Organizer: Zelideth M Rivas, Marshall University
Chair: Zelideth M Rivas, Marshall University
Body of Reconciliation: Aida Petrinera Cheng’s Journey in Como
un mensajero tuyo by Mayra Montero: Dania E Abreu, Trinity
University
Beyond Brazilian Racial Categories: On Afro-Japanese Brazilian
Connections: Zelideth M Rivas, Marshall University
Asian and Latino Labor in the End Times: Camilla M Fojas, DePaul
University
Discussant: José G Amador, Miami University
347 // ECO - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Murphy 2
Argentina since the 2001 Crisis: Recovering the Past,
Reclaiming the Future
Chair: Miguel A Rivera Quinones
Post-Neoliberal Developmental Regimes in Latin America:
Argentina under Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner: Christopher
Wylde, Richmond, the American International University in
London
Joblessness and underemployment among the middle class in postcrisis Argentina: Superior capital possession as a poisoned
chalice: Daniel S Ozarow, Middlesex University
Post-neoliberal Governance in Argentina: New ‘Dependency’ with a
’Progressive’ face: Miguel A Rivera Quinones
348 // LAW - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Ponce de
Leon C
Between Rights & Regulation: Birth, Borders, Bodies and
Biotech
Session Organizer: Diana B Graizbord, Brown University
Chair: Marcelo A Bohrt, Brown University
The Politics of Standards: Biotech pharmaceuticals regulation in
Colombia: Tatiana S Andia Rey, Brown University
Through a White Logic? Screening Asylum Seekers in Brazil:
Katherine C Jensen, University of Texas at Austin
The Politics of Jurisdiction and Reproductive Rights in Mexico:
Amy B Krauss, Johns Hopkins University
'De-bureaucratizing' Care: Bureaucrats and Healthcare
Professionals Changing Birth in Salvador, Bahia: Kathryn E
Williamson, Rice University
Discussant: Alejandro Agudo-Sanchíz, Universidad Iberoamericana
349 // HIS - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Foyer C
Brazilian Identity in Development and Post-Development
Contexts
Chair: Gabriele dos Anjos, Fundação de Economia e Estatística FEE
Oliveira Vianna and the transnational legal and racial arguments
for Brazil’s corporatist experiment: Melissa Teixeira, Princeton
University
On Liberty and Order: Brazilian Catholic intellectuals 1960-1970:
Travis Knoll
“Missão de brasilidade”: O Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e
Estatística e a identidade nacional brasileira: Gabriele dos
Anjos, Fundação de Economia e Estatística - FEE
350 // CSS - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference 4
Civil Society/Political Society: Social Movements, Political
Parties and the State
Chair: Frederick W Solt, University of Iowa
State, Social Citizenship, and Political Mobilization in Brazil and
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Argentina: Shimaa E Hatab, University Of Essex
The Effect of Regionalist and Left Parties on the Participation in
Neighborhood Councils in Chile: Kayo Hoshino
The participation of the civil society in México viewed from the Civil
Society Organizations (CSOs): Pablo Armando G González
Ulloa Aguirre, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Veracruz: Protesta social y sistema político autoritario 2000-2014:
Martín Gerardo Aguilar Sánchez, Universidad Veracruzana
Neoliberal Economic Reform and Political Protest: Insights from
New Data: Frederick W Solt, University of Iowa
Discussant: Evelina Dagnino, Universidade Estadual de Campinas
351 // BIO - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference 3
Climate Refugees in Latin America
Session Organizer: Bernardo Hipolito Bolaños Guerra, Universidad
Autónoma Metropolitana
Chair: Bernardo Hipolito Bolaños Guerra, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana
Climate Change and Migration: Zacatecas and San Luis Potosi, a
Case Study: Ana M Aragones Castañer, Universidad Nacional
Autonoma de Mexico; Uberto Salgado Nieto, Universidad
Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
Long Term Climate Concerns in the Spanish Caribbean:
Adaptation, Resilience and Displacement in Cuba, Dominican
Republic, and Puerto Rico: Andrea C Simonelli, Independent
Assessing Climate Factors in Historical Migrations in Order to
Estimate Future Resilience: Bernardo Hipolito Bolaños Guerra,
Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana
Discussant: Camelia Nicoleta Tigau, Universidad Nacional
Autónoma de México
352 // LSN - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Flamingo D
Colonial Indigenous Intellectuals: Writing, Voices, and
Networks
Chair: Amber E Brian, University of Iowa
La función social de la oralidadL actos de habla e historia indígena
en las obras de escritores andinos: Rocio Quispe-Agnoli,
Michigan State University
‘Viracocha vs. Dios’ Andean Thought and Cultural Change in
Colonial Bolivia: Alcira Dueñas, Ohio State University
“Los hombres nobles y bien nacidos [que] no saben las letras, ni
tienen entendimiento son nobles bestias”: El Libro de los
guardianes de Cuauhtinchan y el intercambio intelectual de
Nueva España: Rocio Cortes, University of Wisconsin/Oshkosh
Letters to Felipe II: Native Epistolary and the Negotiation for
Power: Amber E Brian, University of Iowa
Discussant: Yanna P Yannakakis, Emory University
353 // INT - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Ponce de Leon
A
Cooperation and Drug policies in Latin America: Major
Challenges in 2014.
Session Organizer: Jonathan D Rosen, La Universidad del Mar
Chair: Roberto Zepeda Martinez
Drug Trafficking and Security Cooperation: the Case of Bolivia:
Marten W Brienen, Oklahoma State University
Counternarcotics Cooperation and the Shining Path in Peru: A New
Direction for Peru’s Drug Policy in 2014-2015?: Barnett S
Koven, George Washington University; Cynthia McClintock,
George Washington University
The Transition from Calderón to Peña Nieto and Cooperation of the
War on Drugs: Roberto Zepeda Martinez
354 // OTS - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Murphy 1
Disarticulating Mestizaje: Archive, Capital, and Difference
Session Organizer: José Antonio Lucero, University of Washington
Chair: José Antonio Lucero, University of Washington
Jack D. Forbes and The Indigenous Approach to Mestiza/o History:
Notes Toward a Speculative Historiography for a Future
without Europe: Simon V Trujillo, New York University
Ugly Abstraction and Colonial Objectivity (Mexico City, Circa
1604): Raquel Albarrán, University of Washington
Motley Mestizaje: René Zavaleta Mercado and the Sociology of
Abigarramiento: José Antonio Lucero, University of
Washington
Revisiting Mestizaje in the Filipinas: Representation and
Ethnography: Alicia Arrizón, UC Riverside
Discussant: Jason O Chang, University of Connecticut
355 // SEC - Workshop - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San
Cristobal D
Disidentes: Diálogos Sur-Norte para el estudio de la diversidad
sexual desde América Latina
Sponsor: Latino Studies
Chair: Carlos U Decena, Rutgers University
Presenters: María Amelia A Viteri Burbano, University of San
Francisco, Quito
Mia L Romano, Bard High School Early College- Newark
Yolanda M Martínez-San Miguel, The State University of New
Jersey
Gerardo Mejía-Núñez
María Isabel I Belausteguigoitia Rius, Universidad Nacional
Autónoma de México
Riansares Lozano de la Pola, UNAM
Discussant: Enmanuel Martínez, Rutgers University
356 // LTC - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Flamingo B
El horror: violencia y neoliberalismo
Chair: Andreia Lisboa de Sousa, University of Texas/Austin
Estrategias de la violencia jurídica neoliberal en la narrativa
reciente de Chile, México y Brasil: Danilo Santos Lopez,
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; Ingrid Urgelles
Latorre, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Prolongation of Violence and Unquiet Silences in Contemporary
Guatemalan Fiction: Roy W Ketchum, College of Saint
Benedict | Saint John's University
Terror as Life on Death Row: The Poetics of Óscar Hahn: Vanessa
M Ovalle, University of Southern California
Whose Memorial Sites? Negotiating the Past in Leopoldo Brizuela’s
_Una misma noche_: Michelle E Hulme-Lippert, Emory
University
Discussant: Leonardo Gala Echemendía, Escritor
357 // EDU - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Salon del
Mar B
Experiencias de cooperación, universidad, sociedad y ambiente
Chairs: Eika Auschner, University of Applied Sciences Muenster
J. Alejandro A Tirado-Alcaraz, Texas Tech University
Análisis de la implementación de la Educación Intracultural,
Intercultural y Plurilingue en el Subsistema de Educación
Regular dentro la nueva curricula y normativa educativa del
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Estado Plurinacional de Bolivia.: Mauricio R Siñaniz
Zambrana, Universidad Mayor de San Simón
Latin American Students in Germany: Integration and Development
of Intercultural Competence in Double Degree Programs: Eika
Auschner, University of Applied Sciences Muenster
Experiencias de diseño e implementación para el cambio climático
de la gestión ambiental en políticas públicas en el Caribe. Una
mirada desde la sociedad civil.: Armando Luis Fernández
Soriano, Coordinadora Regional de Investigaciones Economicas
y Sociales (CRIES)
Experiencia de capacitación ambiental en el Proyecto Ecoparque de
El Colegio de la Frontera Norte de México: Xiomara M
Delgado Rodríguez, El COLEF
Discussant: Sonia Isabel Catasús Cervera, Unión Nacional de
Escritores y Artistas de Cuba
358 // ECO - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Ponce
Figuras emergentes en Cuba: economía, diseño y patrimonio
cultural
Session Organizer: Gerlins Rivero Cuervo
Chair: Gerlins Rivero Cuervo
Impacto de la gestión económica privada dentro de la actualización
del modelo económico cubano: Maylin Crespo Diaz, Asociacion
Nacional de Economistas de Cuba
Lógicas arrendatarias y tributarias del nuevo modelo económico
cubano: Yinex M Beltran Alvarez, Association National de
Economist as de Cuba
Paralelismos y convergencias: la gestión del patrimonio en el
Centro Histórico La Habana Vieja: Pablo Abelis Riaño San
Marful, Oficina del Historiador de la Ciudad de La Habana
Figuras emergentes en el contexto laboral y económico cubano: la
experiencia del Diseño en la relación Empresa“Cuentapropismo”: Daniel Díaz Milán, Unión Nacional de
Escritores y Artistas de Cuba
Nuevos retos y oportunidades para las industrias creativas en una
Cuba que redefine su modelo económico: Arnulfo Espinosa
Discussant: Ariadna Ruiz, Asociación Cubana de la Prensa
Cinematográfica
359 // HIS - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Foyer A
Fontes e Procedimentos para a História Urbana de São Paulo
Chair: Fernando Atique, Universidade Federal de São Paulo
Construtores da contradição: Discursos e práticas na produção do
espaço urbano de São Paulo (1870 - 1933): Lindener Pareto Jr,
Universidade de São Paulo
"Índice (do) Concreto": Trabalho, Cosmopolitismo, Técnica e
Urbanização em São Paulo (1890-1920): Fernando Atique,
Universidade Federal de São Paulo; Maria Lucia C Gitahy,
Universidade de São Paulo
Constructions of/in Mooca: Local Cartography, Urban Planning,
and Cultural Geographies in Early Twentieth-Century São
Paulo: Andrew G Britt, Emory University
A vocação das geotecnologias para a história urbana e alguns
experimentos com a cidade de São Paulo: Luis Antonio C Ferla,
Universidade Federal de São Paulo
Discussant: Cristina Campos, Universidade Estadual de Campinas
360 // FIL - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San Cristobal
E
Forms of Precariousness in Latin American Cinema
Session Organizer: Beatriz D Urraca, Widener University
Chair: Beatriz D Urraca, Widener University
Circulating Images of Precariousness and Exclusion: Hamaca
Paraguaya and 7 Cajas in the Film Festival Circuit: Constanza
Burucua, University of Western Ontario
The Precarious Image in Pablo Larraín’s Tony Manero and NO:
James R Cisneros, Université de Montréal
Cine ecuatoriano del nuevo milenio: un ejercicio precario y privado
de retórica: Carolina Sitnisky, Pomona College
Precariedad y autorreflexividad en el cine argentino
contemporáneo.: Beatriz D Urraca, Widener University
Discussant: Carolina M Rocha, Southern Illinois
University/Edwardsville
361 // SLS - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference 7
Fundamentalisms, religions and sexuality in Latin America
Session Organizer: Horacio F Sívori, Universidade do Estado do Rio
de Janeiro
Chair: Jaris Mujica, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
A research agenda on fundamentalisms, sexuality and Human
Rights in Latin America: Marcos C Carvalho, Universidade
Estadual do Rio de Janeiro; Horacio F Sívori, Universidade do
Estado do Rio de Janeiro
Charismatic Religiosity, Political Economy and the Question of
“The Popular”: Brazil, US, and Egypt in Comparative Context:
Paul E Amar, University of California/Santa Barbara
Contested Beliefs: Ixchel, Goddess of Fertility or Icon of Culture?:
Chelcee Aitchison, University of Michigan
Neither/Nor: A Queer-Liberationist Reading of Christian
Sacrament: Alejandro S Escalante, Union Theological Seminary
in the City of New York
Discussant: María Carolina Justo von Lurzer, Universidad de
Buenos Aires
362 // REL - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Guayacan
Globalización, migraciones y recomposición religiosa
Chair: Ana Maria Bidegain, Florida International University
Migracion,Religion y Politica Bibiana Astrid Ortega Gómez:
Bibiana A Ortega Gómez, Universidad de los Andes
Transformación e intercambio religioso en Miami Ana Maria
Bidegain: Ana Maria Bidegain, Florida International University
Immigrant Latinas and their Shahadah in Miami: Stephanie
Londono
Discussant: Stephanie Londono
363 // DEM - Workshop - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm,
Boardroom 3
Gobernabilidad democrática y roles militares
Session Organizer: José Manuel Ugarte, Universidad de Buenos
Aires
Chair: Orlando J Perez, Millersville University
Presenters: Bertha J García-Gallegos, Pontificia Universidad
Católica del Ecuador
José Manuel Ugarte, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Raúl M Benítez Manaut, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de
México
Maria Celina S Araujo, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de
Janeiro
364 // DEF - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference 8
Género, violencia, seguridad y conflicto
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Chair: Elvira M Restrepo, University of Miami
Las Mujeres De La Droga: Female Involvement in Narco-drug
Industry: Cristina Maldonado, Chapman University
Women: from Conflict Victims to Peace Builders: Elvira M
Restrepo, University of Miami
From confusions, doubts and contradictions. Perceptions and
justifications of maltreated women about domestic violence
against women of Ayacucho, Peru: Sharon Gorenstein,
Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
“Mujeres centroamericanas en Tapachula: diversas concepciones
sobre (in)seguridad y derechos humanos.”: Meztli Y Rodriguez
Aguilera
365 // DEM - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Boardroom 1
How do Latin Americans Vote?
Session Organizer: María Celeste Ratto, CONICET
Chair: María Celeste Ratto, CONICET
Class and Material Goods: Eric Belanger, McGill University
Anchor Variables and the Vote in 18 Latin American Countries:
Richard Nadeau, University of Montreal; Michael S LewisBeck, University of Iowa
Comparing individual-Level Voting Determinants Across Latin
America: Francois Gelineau, Université Laval
366 // HIS - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Murphy 5
Interpersonal and International Relations: Inter-American
Connections During the Cold War
Session Organizer: Catherine Vézina, Centro de Investigación y
Docencia Económicas
Chair: Alan L McPherson, University of Oklahoma
Diplomacy’s Backstage: Espionage and International Relations
Among Mexico, Cuba, and the United States: Renata Nicole
Keller, Boston University
Internal and External Pressures: An Analysis of the Longevity and
Cancellation of the Bracero Program, 1942-1964: Catherine
Vézina, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas
The other norteamericanos: Transnational Solidarity and CanadaCuba Relations, 1959-1969: Asa McKercher, Queen's
University
Agissons! La “conversión” pro-indígena y la militancia por los
derechos humanos de los misioneros francocanadienses en
Honduras, Guatemala y Nicaragua durante la guerra fría:
Maurice Demers, Université de Sherbrooke
Discussant: Alan L McPherson, University of Oklahoma
367 // INV - Workshop - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San
Geronimo Ballroom A
Invited Session - Cross-disciplinary Perspectives on Latin
American Democratization: Enhanced Citizen Participation
or Managed Inclusion?
Sponsor: Democratization Track
Session Organizer: Juliet A Hooker, University of Texas/Austin
Chair: Juliet A Hooker, University of Texas/Austin
Presenters: Nancy G Postero, University of California/San Diego
Frances Hagopian, Harvard University
Charles R Hale, University of Texas/Austin
Mario M Pecheny, Universidad de Buenos Aires
368 // INV - Workshop - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San
Geronimo Ballroom B
Invited Session - Crossings: Race, Class, Migration, and the
Imagination of the Americas
Sponsor: HISTORY AND HISTORIOGRAPHY TRACK
Session Organizer: Heidi E Tinsman, University of California/Irvine
Chair: Sandhya Shukla, University of Virginia
Presenters: Sandhya Shukla, University of Virginia
Eileen J Findlay, American University
Ana Elizabeth E Rosas, University of California, Irvine
Heidi E Tinsman, University of California/Irvine
369 // INV - Featured/Invited Session - Thursday, 12:00pm 1:45pm, Las Olas
Invited Session - Educación propia, luchas reivindicatorias y
precariedad de las políticas públicas en la región
indoamericana del continente americano
Sponsor: Políticas Educativas y Pedagogía
Session Organizer: Maria Bertely Busquets, Ctro Invst y Estd Sup
de Antr Soc
La producción de materiales educativos desde las comunidades:
Rafael Cardoso Jiménez
La persistente lucha indígena por una educación justa: Luis Enrique
Lopez-Hurtado Quiroz, PROEIB Andes, Universidad Mayor de
San Simón
Nuevos movimientos sociales, luchas étnico-políticas y educaciones
alternativas como respuesta a las políticas neoliberales en
México: Maria Bertely Busquets, Ctro Invst y Estd Sup de Antr
Soc
370 // INV - Featured/Invited Session - Thursday, 12:00pm 1:45pm, San Geronimo Ballroom C
Invited Session - Precarious Practices: Division, Space, and the
Body in Latin American Theatre and Performance
Sponsor: Performance Track
Session Organizer: Jimmy A Noriega, The College of Wooster
Chair: Jimmy A Noriega, The College of Wooster
Women’s Ritualized Public Performance of Knowledge and Power
in Militarized Guatemala: Roselyn Costantino, Penn State
University Altoona
Liminal Spaces: When the European “Intellectual” Meets the
American “Savage”: Sharon D Magnarelli, Quinnipiac
University
Rebelión en el teatro puertorriqueño: el cisma entre el cuerpo y la
literatura: Rosalina Perales
371 // CIT - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Almendros
La tierra es nuestra: Transmutación y resistencias sociopolíticas de las comunidades del Caño Martín Peña
Chair: Vanesa Contreras, University of Puerto Rico
A la cañona: Subversiones desde la emergencia ambiental en las
comunidades aledañas al Caño Martín Peña: Shariana Ferrer
Núñez, Universidad de Puerto Rico
De las letras a la participación ciudadana: el rol de la educación
popular en el Caño Martín Peña: Ana G Serrano Ocasio
¡¿Que verja, ni verja?!: Espacios comunitarios inclusivos y los
retos del límite: Lourdes M Pérez
372 // LAB - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Murphy 3
Las relaciones laborales en América Latina: continuidades y
rupturas
Session Organizer: Cecilia I Senén González, Universidad de
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Chair: Ana Miranda, FLACSO Argentina
Space and Labor Protest in Chile, 1945-2005: Joel P Stillerman,
Grand Valley State University
Acción sindical en Chile posdictadura ( 1990-2015): Lucas
Cifuentes
Libertad sindical en tiempos de crisis. La experiencia en
maquiladoras de México.: Cirila Quintero-Ramirez, El Colegio
de la Frontera Norte
A Workers’ Republic? Changes in Labor Relations during the PT
Governments in Brazil: Jean François Mayer, Concordia
University
Discussant: Peter E Winn, Tufts University
373 // SEC - Workshop - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San
Cristobal C
Los cambios socio-económicos en Cuba a la luz de los
Lineamientos
Sponsor: Cuba
Session Organizer: Ricardo Torres Pérez, University of Havana
Chair: Ricardo Torres Pérez, University of Havana
Presenters: Anabel Díaz Hurtado, Universidad Central "Marta
Abreu" de Las Villas/Centro de Estudios Comunitarios
María de los Angeles Arias Guevara, Universidad de Holguín
Omar Everleny Perez Villanueva, Universidad de La Habana
Mayra Paula Espina Prieto, Agencia Suiza para Desarrollo y la
Cooperación (COSUDE)
Paolo Spadoni, Georgia Regents University - Augusta
374 // HIS - Workshop - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San
Cristobal G
Maritime Routes and Shipwrecks at the edge of the Iberian
world
Sponsor: PITN2013 GA 607545 ForSEAdiscovery
Session Organizer: Ana M Crespo-Solana, Consejo Superior de
Investigaciones Científicas
Chair: Nigel T Nayling, University of Wales Trinity Saint David
Presenters: Luis Filipe M Vieira de Castro, Texas A&M University
Flor Trejo Rivera
Marta Domínguez Delmás, University of Santiago de Compostela
Miguel San Claudio
Adolfo M Martins, Wales and Trinity Saint David University
Alexandre Monteiro, IAP / FCSH-Universidade Nova de Lisboa
375 // MAS - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Maguey
Media, Identities, and Representations
A Crossover Fail: Flex/Nigga’s “Romantic Style in da World”:
Michelle M Rivera, University of Illinois/Urbana-Champaign
Brazilian Reality Shows and Celebrity Politics: An Accelerated
Platform for Rookie Politicians?: Nahuel Ribke, Tel Aviv
University
La representación de los estudiantes en el discurso periodístico de
los diarios venezolanos El Universal, El Nacional y Últimas
Noticias.: Yanela Soler Mas, University of Havana
Discussant: Annet Martínez Hernández, Cubavisión Internacional
376 // CUL - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference 9
Mining, the State, and Emerging Collectivities in Bolivia
Session Organizer: Amy M Kennemore, University of
California/San Diego
Chairs: Tom A Perreault, Syracuse University
Andrea J Marston, University of California/Berkeley
Exractivist State Effects: Mining Cooperatives, Indigenous
Communties, and the Plurinational State in the Bolivian
Highlands: Andrea J Marston, University of
California/Berkeley; Amy M Kennemore, University of
California/San Diego
Trans “Nationalism” and Cooperative Mining in Bolivia: Kirsten S
Francescone, Carleton University
The Limits of the Nationalism of the MAS Government in Bolivian
Mining: Vladimir Dennis Diaz Cuellar, Carleton University
Indigenous Rights to Self-Determination in Bolivia: CONAMAQ’s
Contentious Relationship with Neo-Extractivism: Bridget Footit
Discussant: June C Nash, City University of New York
377 // AFR - Workshop - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Tropical
B
Narciso descubre su trasero, su legado a los 40 años
Chair: Salvador Mercado Rodriguez, University of Denver
Presenters: Salvador Mercado Rodriguez, University of Denver
Francisco Cabanillas, Bowling Green State University
Luis A Miletti, Clark Atlanta University
Roberto Marquez, Mount Holyoke College
378 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Thursday, 12:00pm 1:45pm, San Cristobal B
New Approaches to Asian-Latin American Studies
Sponsor: Ethnicity, Race, and Indigenous Peoples
Session Organizer: Teresa Ko, Ursinus College
Chair: Teresa Ko, Ursinus College
Which Asia? Which Latin America?: The Politics of Location in
Asian- Latin American Studies: Junyoung Verónica Kim,
University of Iowa
Procesos de diasporización y des-diasporización de nikkei
latinoamericanos en tres escenarios: México, Perú y Japón:
Dahil Melgar Tisoc, CIESAS
Afro-Chinese Lukumi in Cuba: A Case of Interdiasporic CrossFertilization: Martin Tsang, Florida International University
(FIU)
Possibilities and Limitations of an "Asian-Argentine" Category:
Teresa Ko, Ursinus College
379 // CIT - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Garita
Periferias urbanas: segregación, fragmentación, riesgos y
conflicto
Chair: Sérgio Henrique H Rocha Franco, University of Barcelona
¿Periferias en disputa? Reflexiones sobre el desarrollo urbano
contemporáneo desde la experiencia de las favelas Santa Marta,
Pavão-Pavãozinho y Vidigal: Sérgio Henrique H Rocha Franco,
University of Barcelona
La periferia en conflicto. Repliegue y resistencia de lo rural en la
cuarta zona metropolitana de México: Jose Alvaro Hernandez
Flores, El Colegio De Mexico
Nuevos barrios y hábitos de movilidad socio-espacial en Colombia:
Francisco Adolfo Garcia Jerez, Universidad del Valle
Claiming ‘Space' in the City: The Resettlement of Rural Displaced
Persons in Medellín, Colombia.: Claudia M Lopez, University
of California/Santa Cruz
Implicaciones de una Política de Prevención de Riesgos Basada en
la Restricción para Construir - El Caso de Quito, Ecuador:
Fernando X Puente
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380 // DEF - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Murphy 6
Organized Crime and Layers of Control in Outlawed
Territories
Session Organizer: Katherine E Saunders-Hastings, University of
Oxford
Chairs: Katherine E Saunders-Hastings, University of Oxford
Yulia Vorobyeva, University of Miami
The Pacification of Ciudad Juarez: Overlapping Authorities and the
Stabilization of Violence in the Murder Capital: Michael J
Wolff, University of New Mexico
Behind Enemy Lines? The Mara and the Military in a Guatemalan
Barrio: Katherine E Saunders-Hastings, University of Oxford
Explicaciones sobre las “contrainsurgencias” en América Latina:
los casos de Colombia, Perú y El Salvador: Javier F Torres
Preciado, Universidad de los Andes
How States Shape Organized Crime: The Other Side of Mexican
Democracy: Yulia Vorobyeva, University of Miami
Las violencias y el Estado en El Salvador: desde la violencia
politica hacia la violencia multifactorial: Cecilia Gosso,
Università degli Studi di Torino
Discussant: Graham A Denyer Willis, University of Cambridge
381 // LST - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Flamingo A
Orientalism Decentered: An Inside and Outside Look at the
Periphery in Contemporary Latin American Literature
Chair: Allison E White, Tulane University
Domingo Faustino Sarmiento and the Near East of Jorge Luis
Borges: Allison E White, Tulane University
De Oriente al “otro oriente”: la estética de la repetición en Cobra
(1972): Paula C Park, Ohio University
Eduardo Lalo's Simone: A Heterosexist Fantasy of the Asian
Lesbian: Juan P Rivera, Clark University
382 // ECO - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Salon del
Mar A
Politics and Interests in Public Goods and Services Provision
Session Organizer: Veronica M Herrera, University of Connecticut
Chair: Rebecca N Abers, Universidade de Brasília
Moving Water Around: Drought and Politics in Metropolitan São
Paulo: Margaret E Keck, Johns Hopkins University
Development vs. Development: Production and Consumption of
Renewable Electricity in Brazil and South Africa: Kathryn A
Hochstetler, University of Waterloo
Reconsidering the Organizational Landscape for Local Public
Goods Provision: Insights from the Water and Transport Sectors
in Latin America and Asia: Alison E Post, University of
California/Berkeley; Vivian Bronsoler, Abdul Latif Jameel
Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) Latin America & Caribbean Office
Cities and Services in Mexico: Escaping Clientelism through
Programmatic Reform: Veronica M Herrera, University of
Connecticut
Leaving Money on the Table: The Determinants of Underspending
in Peru and Colombia: Alisha C Holland, Harvard University
Discussant: Aaron M Schneider, University of Denver
383 // INT - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Ponce de Leon
B
Practices on Strategic Governance and International
Development
Session Organizer: Oscar Orlando Simmonds Pachón, Pontificia
Universidad Javeriana
Chair: Alizabeth H Brady, Chemonics International
Estrategia de gobernanza regional de Brasil frente al proyecto
venezolano: el Consejo de Defensa Suramericano: Carolina S
Pedroso, Univesidade Estadual Paulista
Brasil y su visión regional de la seguridad y defensa suramericana:
Dirceo Córdoba Guzmán, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Local Capacity Building within Development Aid; the Case of
Consolidated and Enhanced Livelihoods Initiative North/South
project in Colombia: Alizabeth H Brady, Chemonics
International
Discussant: Ricardo Betancourt Vélez, Pontificia Universidad
Javeriana
384 // ART - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Executive
Boardroom
Precarious Materialities and Artistic Production
Session Organizers: Sophie Halart de la Forest, University College
London
Mara Polgovsky Ezcurra, University of Cambridge
Chair: Cynthia A Francica, The University of Texas at Austin
La obra como objeto: precariedad en las poéticas argentinas
actuales: Constanza Ceresa, Universidad de Chile
Precariousness and Affective Materiality in Chilean Contemporary
Art: Sophie Halart de la Forest, University College London
The Pillar of Light in Mexico City and the Precariousness of
Transparency: Mara Polgovsky Ezcurra, University of
Cambridge
EPS Huayco, artistic recycling, and biopolitics in 1980s Lima:
Dorota M Biczel, University of Texas/Austin
385 // CIT - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference 6
Public services and infrastructure in the neo-liberal city
Chair: Marcela G Gonzalez Rivas, University of Pittsburgh
Growing the multi-utility: The rise and expansion of the Empresas
Públicas de Medellín (EPM): Kathryn M Furlong, Université de
Montréal
The prospects of sustainable water management in Mexico City:
Marcela G Gonzalez Rivas, University of Pittsburgh
La población recicladora como prestadora del servicio público de
manejo de residuos reciclables en Bogotá: Federico Parra
Hinojosa, WIEGO
Public Services: Push and Pull Factors for Community
Development in Ecuador: Mildred E Warner, Cornell
University; Eleanor Pratt, The Urban Institute
386 // GEN - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San Cristobal
F
Questioning the 'Margins' of Labor: The Precarity of Domestic
Labor in Modern Latin America and the Caribbean
Session Organizer: Joan Flores-Villalobos, New York University
Chair: Jaira J Harrington, University of Chicago
Domestic Servants and Downtime: The Controversy over Cuban
Law No. 1754: Anasa S Hicks, New York University
Profiles of Political Leadership: Domestic Worker’s Unions in
Brazil: Jaira J Harrington, University of Chicago
“Laboring Women or Prostitutes?”: Caribbean Domestic Workers
in the Panama Canal Zone: Joan Flores-Villalobos, New York
University
Discussant: Paula A De la Cruz Fernandez, Florida International
University
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387 // ART - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Ceiba
Qué puede un cuerpo: arte y sexualidad en las encrucijadas de
lo nacional (1950-1990)
Chairs: Germán A Garrido, New York University
Aime I Iglesias Lukin, Rutgers University
Erotic Modernity. Alexander Apóstol's "Ensayando la Postura
Nacional": Aime I Iglesias Lukin, Rutgers University
Las Yeguas del Apocalipsis: Cultura Loca en la Sociedad Neoliberal
(1988-1996): Florencia San Martin, Rutgers University
Cuerpos del pop porteño: las poses desobedientes de Alfredo Arias
y Juan Stoppani en los sesenta argentinos: Germán A Garrido,
New York University
Rosa extremo: la política menor de Jorge Gumier Maier: Mariano G
López Seoane, New York University/UNTREF
Discussant: Claudia Calirman, John Jay College
388 // AGR - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Tropical C
Reassessing Rural Poverty in Peru. Essays to Honor Jose Maria
Caballero.
Session Organizer: Elena H Alvarez, Business and Professional
Women, Inc.
Chair: Cristóbal Kay, International Institute of Social Studies
Paradigmatic Changes in the Rural Development Literature in the
Last Three Decades.: Elena H Alvarez, Business and
Professional Women, Inc.
The Political Economy of Sustainable Livelihoods in Peru’s
Altiplano.: Corinne B Valdivia, University of
Missouri/Columbia
Understanding Living Conditions of Small Agricultural Producers
in Peru Today: Hector Maletta, Universidad del Pacifico
Discussant: Michael J Twomey, University of Michigan
389 // SMP - Workshop - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm,
Boardroom 2
Repensando los desafíos de las ciencias sociales en América
Latina
Sponsor: REPAL (Red de Economia Politica de America Latina)
Presenters: Ricardo Martin Tanaka, Pontificia Universidad Católica
del Perú - Instituto de Estudios Peruanos
Juan Pablo Luna, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Julio Antonio Ríos-Figueroa, CIDE
Discussant: Maria Victoria Murillo, Columbia University
States, democracy, and economic development
Sponsor: Political Institutions
Chair: Hillel David Soifer, Temple University
Oro Ilegal y Respuesta Estatal en el Perú (2002-2014): Eduardo
Dargent Bocanegra, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
Does the distribution of rents matter? Rents and Democracy in the
Argentine Patagonia: Diego Díaz Rioseco, Brown University
Patrimonialism, Democratic Governance and Economic Well-being
in Contemporary Latin America: Jonathan Hartlyn, University
of North Carolina
The anemic state. The commodity boom and state weakening in
contemporary Peru: Andreas E Feldmann, University of Illinois
at Chicago
Discussant: Aníbal S Pérez-Liñán, University of Pittsburgh
392 // PIP - Workshop - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Caribe
The Resilience of the Latin American Right
Chair: Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser, Universidad Diego Portales
Presenters: Leigh A Payne, University of Oxford
Steven R Levitsky, Harvard University
Wendy A Hunter, University of Texas/Austin
Felipe Botero, Universidad de los Andes
Paula Muñoz Chirinos, Universidad del Pacífico
393 // SLS - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Flamboyan
Traces of Violent Heteronormativity: Reinterpreting
Configurations of Queerness in Twenty-First Century Latin
American Cultures
Chair: Danny Méndez, Michigan State University
La exclusión de modelos de masculinidad y sexualidad alternativos
en la película "Sanky Panky": Jonathan Montalvo, Michigan
State University
¿Show a medio terminar o a medio camino? El espectáculo y el
showbiz de la performance femenina en la vida cotidiana en
“Sirena Selena vestida de pena”: Claudia Berrios-Campos,
Michigan State University
Scars of Violent Heteronormativity: Reactions and Adaptations to
Objective Violence in “Contracorriente”: Philip T Fitzgerald,
Michigan State University
Divas in huipiles and high heels: Transgendered Violence in
Contemporary Guatemala City: Andrew T Bentley, Michigan
State University
Discussant: Elena Valdez, Christopher Newport University
390 // LTC - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Flamingo C
Sound Cultures and Popular Imaginaries
Session Organizer: James C Staig Limidoro, University of Texas at
Austin
Chair: Megan L Thornton Velazquez, John Carroll University
Reimagining the volcanto tradition through the music of
Perrozompopo: Megan L Thornton Velazquez, John Carroll
University
Sonidos y silencios en la voz y el oído de Gabriela Mistral: James C
Staig Limidoro, University of Texas at Austin
Guerreros, Panks, and the Soundscape of The Chilean
Undercommon: Carlos M Amador, Michigan Technological
University
Discussant: Francine R Masiello, University of California/Berkeley
391 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Thursday, 12:00pm 1:45pm, Tropical A
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and Opportunities: Nehemias Jose Jaen Celada, Renmin
University of China
THURSDAY 2:00PM - 3:45PM
394 // OTS - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Murphy 1
"Endangered" Heritage, Precarious Heritagization
Session Organizer: Michelle L Bigenho, Colgate University
Chair: Michelle L Bigenho, Colgate University
De-Heritagization: Debating UNESCO and Heritage Tourism in
Antigua Guatemala: Walter E Little, SUNY/University at
Albany
Other Ways of Seeing Bolivian Heritage: Michelle L Bigenho,
Colgate University
"Standing There Like a Statue": Death and Vitality in Salvador,
Bahia’s Pelourinho Historical Center: John F Collins, City
University of New York
Assembling the Historic City: Dwelling, Translation, and the
Mobility of Local Lifeworlds in a Cuban UNESCO World
Heritage Site: Matthew J Hill, UMass Amherst
Discussant: Joanne Rappaport, Georgetown University
398 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Thursday, 2:00pm 3:45pm, San Cristobal B
Another Side of Mestizaje: Mexicans of African and Asian
Descent
Sponsor: Ethnicity, Race, and Indigenous Peoples
Session Organizers: Christina A Sue, University of Colorado
Jason O Chang, University of Connecticut
Chairs: Christina A Sue, University of Colorado
Jason O Chang, University of Connecticut
Race, Region, and Identity: Blackness in the Costa Chica, Mexico:
Christina A Sue, University of Colorado
The issue of Blackness and Mestizaje in two distinct Mexican
contexts: Veracruz and Costa Chica: Odile Hoffmann, IRD
Machines, Corpses and Defilers: The Racial Transformation of
Mexico’s Chinese: Jason O Chang, University of Connecticut
Discussant: Tanya K Hernandez, Fordham University
395 // CUL - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference 10
(De) Formações do Brasil: linguagem e política III
Chair: Virginia Celia Camilotti, Universidade Metodista de
Piracicaba
As artes visuais e a(s) formulação(ões) de identidades em Debret e
Porto Alegre: Valéria Alves Esteves Lima, Universidade
Metodista de Piracicaba, São Paulo
Revistas culturais binacionais: gestos e palavras em favor da
latinidade: Virginia Celia Camilotti, Universidade Metodista de
Piracicaba
Formações identitárias: solo-pátrio e paisagem: Marcia Naxara,
UNESP
399 // LTC - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Flamingo C
Bibliodiversity, Multimedia, and Literary Imaginaries in Latin
America
Chairs: Matthew R Bush, Lehigh University
Jane D Griffin, Bentley University
Holonomic Brain Theory and/as Literary Fantasy: Recording
Memory in Buenos Aires: Rebecca E Biron, Dartmouth College
Googling McOndo: Papered Multimedia and the Aesthetics of
Reading with Internet: J. Andrew Brown, Washington
University
Post-Dictatorship Chilean Literature and Auto-gestión: Advantages
and Disadvantages of Precarious Artistic Labor: Jane D Griffin,
Bentley University
396 // BIO - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Almendros
(Neo)extractivism: Argentina, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador – 1
Session Organizer: Bernd Reiter, University of South Florida
Chair: Hans Juergen Burchardt, University of Kassel. ICDD
Iniciativas de Desarrollo Locales. La Habana Vieja como escenario
de transformación: Rebecca Ramos Padrón, Universidad de La
Habana
Latin American (Neo-)Extractivism – A New Shade of Rentierism?:
Stefan Peters, Kassel University
The Ins and Outs of (Neo-)Extractivism in Latin America: Hans
Juergen Burchardt, University of Kassel. ICDD
Discussant: Bernd Reiter, University of South Florida
397 // INT - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Ponce de Leon
A
Alternative Models for Latin American and Caribbean
Engagement with Asia
Chair: Robert Evan Ellis, US Army War College Strategic Studies
Institute
The Pacific Alliance, ALBA, and MERCOSUR as alternative
conceptualizations for Engagement with China: Robert Evan
Ellis, US Army War College Strategic Studies Institute
China’s Expanding Economic Role in Latin America: Implications
for Inter-State Power Relations and Development Theory: Satya
R Pattnayak, Villanova University
The Pacific Alliance: deepening economic relations with East Asia?:
Genevieve W Marchini, Universidad de Guadalajara
CELAC-China Cooperation Forum in Perspective: Shortcomings
400 // SEC - Workshop - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, San
Cristobal A
Challenges, Perspectives, and Possibilities in Defense and Public
Security in Latin America
Sponsor: Defense, Public Security and Democracy
Chairs: José Manuel Ugarte, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Kristina Mani, Oberlin College
Presenters: Raúl M Benítez Manaut, Universidad Nacional
Autónoma de México
Bertha J García-Gallegos, Pontificia Universidad Católica del
Ecuador
Miguel M Navarro
Jaime Zuluaga, Universidad Externado de Colombia
401 // HIS - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, San Cristobal
G
Clases medias: Entre lo vivido y lo imaginado. Procesos de
construcción y transformación en América Latina s. XX
Session Organizer: claudia stern, Tel Aviv University
Chair: claudia stern, Tel Aviv University
“A Middle Class Revolution”: The Alliance for Progress,
Democracy, and Labor in Colombia, 1958-1970: Abel Ricardo
Lopez, Western Washington University
Clases medias y pugnas por la apertura del sistema político en la
historia reciente de El Salvador: Irene Lungo, El Colegio de
México
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Memoria e historia de las clases medias profesionales. El caso del
Colegio Médico de Chile entre socialismo, dictadura y
democracia (1970-1990).: Azun S Candina Polomer, University
of Chile
Los sectores medios se van de vacaciones. Uruguay 1930-55:
Rossana A Campodónico
¿Apología o reprobación? Los sectores medios chilenos y el
mundial del 62: claudia stern, Tel Aviv University
Discussant: David S Parker, Queen's University
402 // ECO - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Foyer C
Crisis, Respuestas y Alternativas en el Gran Caribe
Session Organizer: Maribel Aponte-García, University of Puerto
Rico, Río Piedras Campus
Chair: Jessica M Byron-Reid, University of the West Indies
Los procesos de integración del Gran Caribe: Una mirada desde la
prospectiva-crítica: Luis Suárez Salazar, Instituto Superior de
Relaciones Internacionales
Las Soberanías Emergentes en el Nuevo Regionalismo Estratégico:
Respuestas a las Crisis y Exclusiones Coloniales: Maribel
Aponte-García, University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus
The Bolivarian Constitution of 1999 and its Covenants for Human
Rights: Mirna M Lascano, National Coalition for Independent
Scholars; Sandra V Angeleri, Universidad Central de Venezuela
“El No Murió, El Se Multiplicó!” Hugo Chávez: Transformational
Leader And Parrhesiastes: Cynthia McKinney, Antioch
University
Discussant: Juana Tania García Lorenzo, ICDCC Juan Marinello
403 // PIP - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Caribe
Critical Junctures and Party Systems: Argentina and the
Formation of Peronism
Session Organizer: Moira B Mackinnon, Universidad Nacional Tres
de Febrero
Chair: Moira B Mackinnon, Universidad Nacional Tres de Febrero
The Critical Juncture of the Postwar Period and the Reshaping of
the Argentine Political System: Carlos H Waisman, University
of California/San Diego
The Peronist Party and the Division into Branches: Moira B
Mackinnon, Universidad Nacional Tres de Febrero
El conservadurismo ante la emergencia del peronismo (1945/1946):
Julio A Canessa, Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero
The Irruption of Peronism and the Lasting Resignification of the
Argentine Party System in the 1940s: Pierre Ostiguy, ICP,
Universidad Católica de Chile
404 // PIP - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Garita
Electoral reforms and changes in party fortune: Explaining
instability in Latin American elections
Session Organizer: Irma Méndez de Hoyos, FLACSO México
Chair: Miguel A López Varas, Universidad de Chile
Voting stability turnout instability in times of political
disenchantment: The case of Chile: Miguel A López Varas,
Universidad de Chile
Electoral Power: Measuring Executive Control in Andean
Institutions: Katja S Newman, University of California/Irvine
Electoral mal practices in Latin America: shaping electoral
preferences in Presidential and Legislative Elections 20002012: Irma Méndez de Hoyos, FLACSO México
Accountability in Changing Scenarios: assessing the impact of
electoral reforms in Latin America: María Celeste Ratto,
CONICET
405 // LST - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Flamingo A
Emergencias en lo precario: aproximaciones a la poesía
latinoamericana contemporánea
Session Organizer: Julio Prieto, Universität Potsdam
Chair: Julio Prieto, Universität Potsdam
Exiliarse del exilio: política del desarraigo y cosmopolitismo
marginal en la poesía de Tomás Segovia: Daniel AguirreOteiza, Harvard University
Lírica y poéticas no-simbólicas: tres poetas “peruanos”: José
Ignacio Padilla, Iberoamericana Editorial Vervuert
Poesía como ciencia-ficción: aspectos trans-históricos y
transmediales en la poesía latinoamericana reciente: Alan
Mills, Universität Potsdam
La escritura patchwork: Puerto Rico digital de Julia Piera: Marcos
Canteli-Vigón, Duke University
Hilumbres: poética y política de la precariedad en Cecilia Vicuña:
Julio Prieto, Universität Potsdam
406 // HIS - Workshop - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm,
Conference 7
Emotional Economies: Rescuing Precarious Sentiments from the
Colonial Archive
Chair: Karen B Graubart, University of Notre Dame
Presenters: Jane E Mangan, Davidson College
Karen B Graubart, University of Notre Dame
Alexander L Wisnoski, University of Minnesota: Twin Cities
Bianca Premo, Florida International University
407 // GEN - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Tropical C
Feminismos Contemporáneos y Otras movilizaciones de mujeres
Chair: Clarisse G Paradis
Trajetórias dos feminismos latino-americanos e as reconfigurações
do Estado na região: Clarisse G Paradis
É Possível Falar do Feminismo como Movimento Social no Século
21?: Céli Regina J Pinto, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande
do Sul
Clube das Mães: Countering Economic Exclusion and Gender
Inequality by Mobilizing Women of Bequimão, Brazil (1960s70s): Myriam Alarie, Université de Sherbrooke
Discussant: Yelena Febles Alfonso
408 // FIL - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, San Cristobal E
Globalization and Latin American Film: Politics, Aesthetics, and
Ethics
Chair: Sophia A McClennen, Penn State University
Mexican Cinematographers in the 21st Century: Re-Evaluating
Visual Language in a Global Age: Kerry T Hegarty, Miami
University of Ohio
Mi sueño es representar la belleza de mi estado: Latin American vs.
World Cinema: Jeffrey J Middents, American University
The Location of Capital: What Latin American Cinema teaches us
about Globalization: Sophia A McClennen, Penn State
University
409 // CUL - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference 8
Goces sensuales y prácticas discursivas
Session Organizer: Zilkia Janer, Hofstra University
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Chair: Zilkia Janer, Hofstra University
De la psicalipsis al melodrama: transmutación del goce en las
prácticas musicales en México y España.: Pepa Anastasio,
Hofstra University
Agite y azote: poética culinaria del Tuntún de pasa y grifería: Juan
Carlos Quintero-Herencia, University of Maryland/College Park
El malestar en la gastronomía puertorriqueña: Zilkia Janer, Hofstra
University
Discussant: Lena Burgos-Lafuente, SUNY Stony Brook
410 // HUM - Workshop - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm,
Executive Boardroom
Historia reciente y derechos humanos en América Latina y el
Caribe: nuevas posibilidades y
Sponsor: Historia Reciente y Memoria
Session Organizer: Alejandro Cerda García, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana/Xochimilco
Chair: Juan R Hernández García, Universidad de Puerto Rico/Rio
Piedras
Presenters: Susana M Kaiser, University of San Francisco
Juan R Hernández García, Universidad de Puerto Rico/Rio Piedras
Carlos Pabón Ortega, Universidad de Puerto Rico
3:45pm, San Geronimo Ballroom B
Invited Session - Transformaciones del Trabajo Rural en
América Latina: Precariedades, Exclusiones y Emergencias
Sponsor: Vida Agraria y Rural
Session Organizers: Sara Maria Lara Flores, Universidad Nacional
Autónoma de México
Cristóbal Kay, International Institute of Social Studies
Chair: Cristóbal Kay, International Institute of Social Studies
Transformaciones del Trabajo Rural en América Latina: Evolución
y precariedades: Martine Dirven, Consultora Independiente
Tecnología y degradación del trabajo. El ejemplo de la producción
de caña de azúcar en Brasil: Maria Aparecida De Moraes Silva,
Universidade Federal de São Carlos (UFSCar)
Salario temporal y emancipación precaria: las asalariadas
temporales en la agricultura de exportación: Jimena S Valdes
Subercaseaux, Centro de Estudios para el Desarrollo de la Mujer
Precariedad de las condiciones laborales de los y las trabajadores
agrícolas en el Ecuador: Luciano Martínez Valle, FLACSO
Modernización de la agricultura mexicana: empresas ricas con
trabajadores pobres: Sara Maria Lara Flores, Universidad
Nacional Autónoma de México
Discussant: Hubert Carton de Grammont, Universidad Nacional
Autónoma de México
411 // LSN - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Flamingo D
Indigenous Characters in the 19th-Century Imagination
Chair: Maria Marsilli, John Carroll University
El retorno del indígena suprimido en la Colombia liberal del siglo
XIX: ¿por qué María Ticince se ahoga en la narrativa de
Eugenio Díaz?: Celina de las Mercedes L Lopez Rodriguez,
University of South Carolina
Darwin's Fuegians: Mario Ortiz-Robles, University of
Wisconsin/Madison
El Demonio Mestizo: Imaginacion Politica y Mestizaje en la obra de
Benjamin Vicuna Mackenna: Maria Marsilli, John Carroll
University
El recluta indio como portal de la nación peruana: Evelyn
Sotomayor Martinez, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
414 // DEF - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Murphy 6
La Construcción de la Paz en Colombia: Avances y Retos /
Building Peace in Colombia: Advances and Challenges
Sponsor: USIP
Chair: Virginia M Bouvier, United States Institute of Peace
Las contribuciones del movimiento de derechos humanos a la
construcción de paz: avances y retos: Kimberly A Stanton, U.S.
House of Representatives and George Washington University
A New Dawn for Colombia? Between post-conflict and non-conflict
violence: Adam D Baird, FLACSO, Ecuador
Building Peace at the Local Level: Translating the Havana Accords
to Regional Conflicts: Marc Chernick, Georgetown University
Innovations, Continuities and Challenges of the Colombian Peace
Process: Virginia M Bouvier, United States Institute of Peace
412 // INV - Featured/Invited Session - Thursday, 2:00pm 3:45pm, San Geronimo Ballroom C
Invited Session - The study of Religion in Latin America: New
Realities, New Approaches
Sponsor: Religions and Spiritualities
Session Organizer: Daniel H Levine, University of Michigan
Chair: Bryan Thomas Froehle, St. Thomas University
Constructing an Agenda for Future Research. Ten Points and How
to Get There: Daniel H Levine, University of Michigan
Latin America as the Center: Todd F Hartch, Eastern Kentucky
University
Toward A Pentecostal Hermeneutics of Social Engagement? Testing
the Waters in El Salvador and Guatemala: Virginia GarrardBurnett, University of Texas/Austin
Lived Citizenship and Lived Religion in Latin America’s Zones of
Crisis: David A Smilde, Tulane University; Jeffrey W Rubin,
Boston University; Benjamin Junge, State University of New
York/New Paltz
Discussant: Catalina Romero, Pontificia Universidad Católica del
Perú
415 // HIS - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Foyer A
Laboring to Belong: Nationalism, Union Organizing, and Nation
Building in the Central American Isthmus
Session Organizers: Carmen R Kordick, Roosevelt University
Carlos E Alemán Torres, Samford University
Chair: Justin Wolfe, Tulane University
Costa Rica’s Inter-American Highway: Building an Inter-American
Dream, 1941-44: Carmen R Kordick, Roosevelt University
In the Shadows of the Second Republic: Nicaraguans in Post-Civil
War Costa Rica, 1948-1957: Carlos E Alemán Torres, Samford
University
Populist Anticommunism and the Roots of Counterrevolution in
1950s Nicaragua: Hilary Francis, University of London
413 // INV - Featured/Invited Session - Thursday, 2:00pm -
416 // LTC - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference 5
Latin American Mixed-Media Poetry After World War II
Session Organizer: Ornela S Barisone, CONICET, Universidad
Nacional de Rosario, Universidad Autónoma de Entre Ríos,
Universidad Católica de Santa Fe
Chair: Vaughn Anderson, Rutgers University
The Ecopoetic Mode in Araya and Other Latin American
Documentaries: Mac J Wilson, Brigham Young University
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From Neons to Poetry: Visuality, Technology and Mass Culture in
Poetamenos: Ingrid Robyn, Trinity College
Poéticas del cuerpo e interferencias visuales: Participación, acción
y textualidad: María E Lucero, Universidade Federal da
Integração Latino Americana/Universidad Nacional de Rosario
La matemática se encuentra con la poesía: Edgardo Antonio Vigo,
poeta visual: Ornela S Barisone, CONICET, Universidad
Nacional de Rosario, Universidad Autónoma de Entre Ríos,
Universidad Católica de Santa Fe
Settling the Visual Score: Augusto de Campos and the Eye Music
Tradition: Vaughn Anderson, Rutgers University
417 // LAT - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Murphy 4
Latino Political Alliances in the US: Comparative Historical
Views
Justice Now!, ¡Justicia Ahora!’: Puerto Rican-African American
Coalition Building and Black Power Politics: Laurie Lahey,
University of South Florida
Puerto Ricans: Building the Institutions for the Next Generation of
Latinos: Clara E Rodriguez, Fordham University
“I’m Not Hispanic; I’m Puerto Rican”: Heterogeneity and Political
Engagement in a Sunbelt Diaspora: Patricia L Silver, National
Coalition of Independent Scholars
418 // MAS - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Maguey
Media, Violence, and Precariousness: Case Studies
Chair: Luis F Aviles, University of California/Irvine
Framing Mexican Violence and Femicide in César Saldívar’s
Conceptual Photography: Anna Kingsley, Royal Holloway,
University of London
Esa india! : Mediatized Precariousness in Soap Operas: Milton
Fernando Gonzalez Rodriguez, University of Iceland
Graffiti Art, State ‘Erasure’, and the Redrawing of Public Images in
Chile: Chandra F Morrison, Institute of Latin American Studies,
University of London
Miguel Covarrubias: Intermediaciones estéticas entre el alto y el
bajo Manhattan: Marco A Martínez Sánchez, Princeton
University
Turismo humanitario: reflexiones sobre fotografía, el dolor del otro
y la estupidez: Luis F Aviles, University of California/Irvine
419 // CUL - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference 9
Metodologías Colaborativas I: Desafíos a la noción de autor
Session Organizer: Romina Pistacchio, New York University
El ideario anarquista y las estrategias de resistencia y colaboración
en escritores chilenos de la primera mitad del siglo XX: Antonia
Viu, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez
¿Qué hay de colectivo en una suma de individualidades? El Caso de
Los Contemporáneos: Betina Keizman, Universidad Adolfo
Ibañez
Juan Emar: una seudonimia colectivista contra la noción de
novelista genio: Carlos Labbé, Independent
Encuentros a distancia: medio y movilidad desde el archivo de arte:
Francisca Garcia, Universität Potsdam
Colaboraciones y afinidades críticas. Antonio Cornejo Polar Ángel Rama y la recomposición del campo intelectual
latinoamericano: Romina Pistacchio, New York University
Discussant: Romina Pistacchio, New York University
420 // GEN - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Murphy 7
Negotiating embodied differences within Western academia.
Experiences beyond the United States.
Session Organizer: Zuleika Arashiro, The Australian National
University
Chair: Zuleika Arashiro, The Australian National University
Situated knowledge and embodiment: reflections from the borders:
Eugenia Demuro, Deakin University
On being a white academic in the Global South: Jeanne W Simon,
Universidad de Concepcion
The Other South: Silences and voice in Australia: Zuleika Arashiro,
The Australian National University
Discussant: Marianne H Marchand, Universidad de las Americas
Puebla
421 // CIT - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Ponce
Neoliberalismo y desregulación: retos en vivienda, servicios y
abasto
Chair: Higor R Carvalho, University of São Paulo
Dangerous Fruits: Social Relations & Infrastructural Decay in
Mexico City’s Wholesale Food Market: Tiana B Hayden, New
York University
Mercados fallidos: La crisis de la producción privada de vivienda
social en México.: Alfonso Valenzuela-Aguilera, Universidad
Autónoma del Estado de Morelos
Social housing policies in the era of financial accumulation: a
comparative analysis between agents and impacts in Brazil and
Mexico.: Higor R Carvalho, University of São Paulo
Alarming deterioration of Havana City´s built scenery and its
repercussion in the human and social expression: Lemay
Hernandez Miranda
Informalidad Urbana en Latinoamérica y el Caribe: Juan P
Sarmiento, Florida International University; Gabriela
Hoberman, Florida International University
422 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Thursday, 2:00pm 3:45pm, San Cristobal D
New Critical Frameworks for the Queer Caribbean
Sponsor: Sexualities Studies
Chair: Maja Horn, Barnard College
‘La Montra’: Rita Indiana’s Queer Dominicaness: Karen Jaime,
Cornell University
Violating the Annals of the Empire: Archival Subversion in Sarduy's
Maitreya: Carlos Riobó, City College of New York
Marriage Equality and Non-Sovereignty: The Ambivalent
Achievement of Gay Rights in the Dutch Caribbean, 2007-2012:
Chelsea A Schields, Graduate Center, CUNY
Exclusiones homoeróticas de un canon precario: Claudia G Salazar,
Sarah Lawrence College
Discussant: Lawrence M La Fountain-Stokes, University of
Michigan
423 // DEM - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Boardroom 1
New Perspectives on Populism
Session Organizers: Maria Paula Saffon Sanin, Columbia University
Juan F González Bertomeu, ITAM
Chair: Enrique Peruzzotti, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella
The Populism of Chavismo and Fujimorismo: A Demand-Side
Perspective: Jennifer M Cyr, University of Arizona
Conceptualizing a Threshold of Acceptance. Populism, Rights and
Redistribution: Juan F González Bertomeu, ITAM
“Populism as a Republican Symptom”: Camila Vergara Gonzalez,
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Columbia University
Movements and Parties in Morales’ Bolivia: An Organizational
Approach to the Study of Populism: Santiago J Anria, University
of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Is party loyalty driven by dead leaders? The charismatic legacy of
Juan and Eva Perón in contemporary Argentine politics: Caitlin
E Andrews, University of Texas at Austin
424 // LAB - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Murphy 3
New tendencies in Latin American trade unions
Sponsor: Centre for Social Conflict and Cohesion Studies, Chile
Session Organizers: Sofia Donoso, Centre for Social Conflict and
Cohesion Studies
Ana Miranda, FLACSO Argentina
Chair: Sofia Donoso, Centre for Social Conflict and Cohesion
Studies
New trade unionism, new trade unionists. Wanted and unwanted
effects of the Mujica government’s labor policies: Mariela
Agueda Quiñones Montoro, Universidad de la República
Another Chance for Change? The weakening economy and
prospects for union innovation in Argentina: Joseph C Bazler,
Cornell University
Resisting in an unfavorable context. Legal mobilization by Chilean
trade unions (1990-2013): Francisca Gutiérrez Crocco,
COES/FEN-U.Alberto Hurtado
Union affiliation and strike movement trends in the Brazilian public
sector in the 2000s: Walter A Pichler, Fundação de Economia e
Estatística Friedrich Emanuel Heuser
El desarrollo de la huelga ilegal en el Chile contemporáneo (19902009): Rodrigo M Medel Sierralta, Pontificia Universidad
Católica de Chile - COES; Domingo J Pérez, Universidad de
Chile - COES; Diego Velasquez
Discussant: Maria Lorena Cook, Cornell University
425 // GEN - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, San Cristobal
F
On the Cambridge History of Latin American Women's
Literature: Hacia un canon continental
Session Organizer: Monica Szurmuk, UBA-CONICET
Chair: Monica Szurmuk, UBA-CONICET
Sense and Sensibility: Women’s Experience in the Nineteenth
Century: Francine R Masiello, University of California/Berkeley
Constituyendo el archivo: el mundo indígena antiguo: Santa Arias,
University of Kansas
Figures, Texts, Moments: Mary Louise Pratt, New York University
Discussant: Sylvia Molloy, New York University
426 // CSS - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference 4
Participatory Policies in Brazil: Empirical and Theoretical
Approches to the Study of State-Society Interactions and
Political Effects
Session Organizer: Françoise Montambeault, Université de Montréal
Chair: Françoise Montambeault, Université de Montréal
Perspectivas Teóricas para a Análise das Interações Socioestatais:
abordagens institucionais e um diálogo com agenda da
participação: Julia Moretto Amâncio, Universidade Federal de
Lavras
“It Was Once A Radical Democratic Proposal...”: The Policy Drift
of Participatory Budgeting in Brazil: Françoise Montambeault,
Université de Montréal
A composição de forças dos partidos no Legislativo como um dos
condicionantes para a adoção, permanência e interrupção do
Orçamento Participativo: Luciana A Martins de Souza, Cebrap Centro Brasileiro de Análise e Planejamento
The Economic and Political Effects of Participatory Budgeting: an
Update: Paolo Spada, University of British Columbia
Governança Colaborativa na Sabesp: interação socioestatal na
gestão de córregos urbanos: Maira Rodrigues, Universidade de
São Paulo
Discussant: Adrian Gurza Lavalle, Universidade de São Paulo
427 // DEF - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, San Geronimo
Ballroom A
Penalizing Politics: Confinement and Intersectionality in
Neoliberal Latin America
Session Organizer: Markus-Michael M Müller, Freie Universität
Berlin
Criminalizing Youth in Latin America: Looking at the Politics of
Punishment and Incarceration in Honduras: Lirio del Carmen
Gutiérrez Rivera, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Núcleo El
Volador
• Interseccionalidad en penalización de las mujeres indígenas
condenadas por el narcotráfico: Antonina Magdalena Sniadecka
Kotarska, University of Lodz, University of Warsaw
Interseccionalidad en trata de personas: formas de aislamiento de
las víctimas y los reclutadores: Jedrzej J Kotarski, University of
Lodz
Discussant: Markus-Michael M Müller, Freie Universität Berlin
428 // SMP - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Boardroom 2
Politics and Policies of Skills in Latin America
Chair: Julia Calvert, Carleton University
The Limits of Knowledge Transfer in Hierarchical Capitalist
Economies: Steven E Samford, University of Toronto
Bureaucrats, Skills, and Transgovernmental Cooperation in Nuclear
Energy, Science, and Technology (NEST): Isabella Alcañiz,
University of Maryland
BITten and Biting Back: Assessing the Argentine Experience in
Investor-State Disputes: Julia Calvert, Carleton University
429 // EDU - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Murphy 5
Políticas educativas y construcción de identidades en Cuba
Representaciones e implicaciones del castigo y la autoridad en la
escuela: estudio de casos en dos realidades educativas
cubanas.: Arliz Plasencia Fernández
¿Feminismo social o femicultura? María Luisa Dolz, la educación
de la mujer y la nación cubana (1879-1928): Dayron Oliva
Hernández, Universidad de las Artes de Cuba
Legislación laboral en Cuba en torno a la instrucción de los
trabajadores (1933-1958): Erin Linell Olivera Barrios,
Universidad de la Habana
430 // CIT - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference 6
Practices, experiences and new strategies for urban mobility in
Latin America: exclusions and alternatives #1
Sponsor: Latin American Cities Working Group
Session Organizers: Natalia C Villamizar-Duarte, University of
Illinois Chicago
Ana Marcela Ardila Pinto, UFMG
Chair: Ana Marcela Ardila Pinto, UFMG
Analysing the integrational impact of new modes of urban mobility
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in informal settlements through spatial analysis. The case of
Medellin: Paul Goodship, UCL
La Movilidad en la Ocupación del Suelo de la Región Metropolitana
de Bogotá: Cèsar A Ruiz Rojas, National University of
Colombia
Emergencia de la esfera pública desde la movilidad urbana: Ana
Marcela Ardila Pinto, UFMG; Natalia C Villamizar-Duarte,
University of Illinois Chicago
431 // PRE - Workshop - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Las Olas
Presidential Session - Exclusiones Epistémicas, Emergencias y
Emancipaciones en América Latina
Session Organizer: Rosalva Aida Hernández Castillo, CIESASMexico
Presenters: Boaventura De Sousa Santos, University of Coimbra
Gladys Elizabeth Tzul Tzul, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de
Puebla / Comunidad de Estudios Mayas, Guatemala
432 // LAW - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Ponce de
Leon C
Prácticas de Agencia en la Constitución de lo Público frente al
posconflicto en Colombia.
Chair: Donny J Meertens, Pontificia Javeriana University
Nuevas Mujeres Rurales: Identidades Y Escenarios “Pos-Víctimas”
En La Reconstrucción De Lo Local: Donny J Meertens,
Pontificia Javeriana University
Políticas públicas para la igualdad en el contexto neoliberal y
producción de género: Maria Fernanda Sañudo Pazos
Enfoque diferencial en políticas públicas para el posconflicto: ¿una
trampa narrativa?: Mery Rodriguez, Universidad Javeriana
433 // LTC - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Flamingo B
Puerto-Rican Narratives of Race, Erotics, Displacement
Session Organizer: Jerome C Branche, University of Pittsburgh
Chair: Dennis R Hidalgo, Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Usmail y Baltasar: cuerpos negros en el umbral de la masculinidad
nacional: Zaira Rivera Casellas, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Mayra Santos Febres "Isabel la Negra": Race, Decency, (Sexual)
Dissidence, and the National Allegory of the Puerto Rican Gran
Familia.: Jerome C Branche, University of Pittsburgh
Puerto Ricans in Santo Domingo: The "Passport" Moment: Dennis
R Hidalgo, Virginia Polytechnic Institute
travestismo, sexualidad y poder en "fe en disfraz de Mayra santos
febres y caparazones de yolanda arroyo": Luz E Rodríguez
Hernández, Universidad de Puerto Rico
434 // AFR - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Tropical B
Racial Visions: Seeing Caribbean Landscapes and Bodyscapes
since the 19th Century
Session Organizer: Kelvin A Santiago-Valles, State University of
New York/Binghamton
Chair: Gladys M Jiménez-Muñoz, SUNY/Binghamton
Spatiality and the Control of the Colonial BodyVisual Economies of
Penality, Slavery, and Empire in the Spanish Caribbean, 18201886: Reynaldo Ortiz-Minaya, State University of New YorkBinghamton
Racial Simulacra, Caricaturesque Photography: The Visual
Economy of U.S. Racism in Puerto Rico, 1898-1910: Kelvin A
Santiago-Valles, State University of New York/Binghamton
Charles Lindbergh’s Visit to Puerto Rico: Racialized Pictorial
Narratives of His 1927-1928 Tour of the Caribbean Basin:
Gladys M Jiménez-Muñoz, SUNY/Binghamton
435 // ART - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Ceiba
Recent Latin American Art: Beyond Limits
Chair: Alejandra L Wolff Rojas, Pontificia Universidad Católica de
chile
Entre la exclusión y la voluntad de emerger: Desafíos en el campo
del arte en Ecuador.: Lourdes Méndez, Universidad del País
Vasco
La Maestra Amalia Pica: National (Mis)communication and
(Re)education Interventions: Mabi Ponce de Leon, The Ohio
State University
Narrativas de la hambruna y el abandono en las Artes Visuales
Chilenas: Alejandra L Wolff Rojas, Pontificia Universidad
Católica de chile
Saturated Lines, Invisible Image: Rafael Lozano-Hemmer and the
Accountability of the Post-Photographic Image: Camila A
Moreiras-Vilarós, New York University
Brazilian Modernism: depicting Labour during Vargas Regime
(1930-1945): Guilherme Bueno, Art Institute - State University
of Rio de Janeiro (UERJ)
Discussant: Debora Faccion, SUNY Binghamton
436 // EDU - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Salon del Mar
B
Reformas y políticas educativas en América Latina y el Caribe
Chair: Denise Ocampo Alvarez, Instituto de Literatura y Lingüística
Educación primaria, políticas educativas y desigualdad social en
Cuba. Un estudio de casos: Denise Ocampo Alvarez, Instituto
de Literatura y Lingüística
Implementación de la Educación Intercultural Bilingüe (EIB):
negociaciones y desencuentros en el caso de una comunidad
shipiba de la amazonia peruana: Ignacio Carlos Pezo Salazar,
Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
¿Retención o exclusión? Análisis crítico de las políticas de
retención escolar de Educación Secundaria en Chile.: Cecilia
Ramirez Venegas, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
El crecimiento de la educación privada en el Perú: Heterogeneidad
de resultados y experiencias diferenciadas: Kristell Benavides
Gonzales
437 // BIO - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference 3
Religion and the Indigenous Challenge to Global Environmental
Debate
Sponsor: American University's Center for Latin American & Latino
Studies
Session Organizers: Evan Berry, American University
Robert D Albro, American University
Chair: Robert D Albro, American University
“The Forest is Like Family”: Religious Roots of Amazonian
Quichua Ecological Practice: Tod D Swanson, Arizona State
University
The Lausanne Movement and Climate Change in Talamanca, Costa
Rica: Hans Geir Aasmundsen, Universitetet i Bergen
Trickster Ecologies: Climate Change and Conservation Pluralism
in Guatemala’s Maya Lowlands: Liza Grandia, University of
California-Davis
Negotiating the Politics of the Local in Transnational Religious
Environmentalism: Evan Berry, American University
Discussant: Robin M Wright, UFL
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438 // INT - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Ponce de Leon
B
Seguridad y bienes comunes globales en la relación entre Cuba y
los Estados Unidos.
Session Organizer: Santiago Espinosa Bejerano, Centro de
Investigaciones de Política Internacional
Chair: Geoffrey F Thale, Washington Office on Latin America
Global Risk 2015: a new world is not possible.: Jesús Gallegos
Olvera, Latin American Resident
El uso del ciberespacio en las relaciones Cuba- Estados Unidos.
¿Espacios de cooperación posibles?: Santiago Espinosa
Bejerano, Centro de Investigaciones de Política Internacional
Las vías marítimas del Caribe, su papel en el futuro desarrollo de
la región.: Enrique R Martínez Díaz, CIPI
Discussant: Daniela C Castorena Sánchez, Latin American Resident
439 // LIN - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Murphy 2
Sociolingüística/Lingüística Aplicada, Cultural y Social
Chairs: Vera Cerqueiras, Flacso - CIEE - NYU
Bruna Ruano
Hablantes de Español como Lengua de Herencia: Barreras
sociolingüísticas y culturales.: Vera Cerqueiras, Flacso - CIEE NYU; Leticia A Krsul, Universidad de Buenos Aires - Flacso
Argentina
El editor de libros en Cuba: mediador lingüístico ¿desconocido
social??: Juliana Venero Bon, El Instituto de Literatura y
Lingüística "José Antonio Portuondo Valdor"
Mayan Languages in Belize: Evidence from Language Attitude
Fieldwork on Language Vitality and Endangerment: William
Salmon, University of Minnesota
PBMIH - Português Brasileiro para migração humanitária: Joao
Arthur P Grahl, UFPR - Universidade Federal do Paraná; Bruna
Ruano
Discussant: Juliana Venero Bon, El Instituto de Literatura y
Lingüística "José Antonio Portuondo Valdor"
440 // REL - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Guayacan
Spiritual Exchanges: Invisible Powers, Confrontations and
Syncretism
Chair: Evgenia Fotiou, Kent State University
Shamanism and Sorcery in the Peruvian Amazon through Western
Eyes: Evgenia Fotiou, Kent State University
Turbulent Signs: Weather and Supplication in Ache Cosmology:
Warren Thompson, University of Michigan
“Mistura na cabeça”: Religion, Spirituality, and Affiliation in São
Paulo's Devotion to Souls: Michael Amoruso, University of
Texas at Austin
La yorubización: ¿un proceso en contra de la religiosidad popular
y de la identidad cubana?: Tomas Fernández Robaina,
Biblioteca Nacional Jose Martí
Convivencia, mestizaje, and the “melting pot:” on nostalgia for alAndalus and multicultural imaginaries: Manuela Ceballos,
University of Tennesse-Knoxville
441 // EDU - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Boardroom 3
Teaching experiences in marginalized areas
Chair: Richard A Cisneros, Programa Adopte Un Talento, Instituto
de Ciencias Nucleares, UNAM
Examining policy and practice in the education of girls and women
in the Dominican Republic: Angye A Rincón Castillos,
Columbia University
Science Education for Female Indigenous Gifted Students in the
Mexican Context: Richard A Cisneros, Programa Adopte Un
Talento, Instituto de Ciencias Nucleares, UNAM
Caso de Estudio: Programa de capacitación con fines de
certificación en el estándar EC0121 “Elaboración De Proyectos
de Aprendizaje Integrando el Uso de las TIC”: María Teresa
Reyes Harfush, MPS
“Proyecto CONACYT Matemáticas en Zonas Marginadas, en el
Estado de San Luis Potosí”: Martha Patricia Rivera Torres, Mta
Discussant: Martha Patricia Rivera Torres, Mta
442 // AFR - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Tropical A
The Politics and Performance of Race
Chairs: Laura A Lewis, University of Southampton
Carlos A Valderrama
Writing Mestizo in Maya: Purity and Mixedness in Maya Language
Writings by Non-Indigenous Yucatecans: Paul K Eiss, Carnegie
Mellon University
Indian Allies and White Antagonists: Toward an Alternative
Mestizaje on Mexico's Costa Chica: Laura A Lewis, University
of Southampton
Mundos encontrados en el pensamiento y praxis de Teófilo Roberto
Potes: Michael Birenbaum Quintero, Bowdoin College
Delia y Manuel Zapata Olivella Pensando la nación, el mestizaje y
lo negro a des-tiempos: Catalina Zapata Cortés, Universidad de
los Andes, Bogotá (Colombia)
Discussant: Alicia Arrizón, UC Riverside
443 // ECO - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Salon del Mar
A
Towards universal social policy trajectories in Latin America?
Reach, determinants and implications. Part 1.
Session Organizer: Juliana Martínez Franzoni, Universidad de Costa
Rica
Chair: Camila A Arza, CONICET/CIEPP
Should policy aim at having all people on the same boat? The
definition, relevance and challenges of universalism in Latin
America: Juliana Martínez Franzoni, Universidad de Costa Rica
"Incorporando el análisis de la estratificación social para superar
la dicotomía pobre-no pobre en el diseño de políticas sociales.
Una ilustración empírica a partir del caso uruguayo": Florencia
Antía, Instituto de Ciencia Política, Facultad de Ciencias
Sociales, Universidad de la República; María del Carmen
Midaglia, Instituto de Ciencia Politica, Universida de la
República
Universalism configurations and the class/gender link in Latin
America: evidence from Chile, Costa Rica and Uruguay:
Verónica Pérez, Universidad de la República; Maria Cecilia
Rossel, Universidad Católica del Uruguay
Discussant: Daniel Beland, University of Saskatchewan
444 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Thursday, 2:00pm 3:45pm, San Cristobal C
Trade Agreements, Global Value Chains, and Patterns of
Worker Rights Violations and Labor Organizing in Central
America, Mexico, Brazil and Argentina
Sponsor: Labor Studies
Session Organizer: Mark S Anner, Penn State University
Chair: Mark S Anner, Penn State University
The effectiveness of trade based clauses in improving labor rights
protections: The case of the CAFTA-DR labor clause: Kimberly
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Social Downgrading and Worker Resistance in Apparel Global
Value Chains: Mark S Anner, Penn State University
Organizing workers in Argentina, Brazil and Mexico: Corporatist
legacy and institutional designs in a new context: Graciela I
Bensusán Areous, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana/Xochimilco
Discussant: Cecilia I Senén González, Universidad de Buenos Aires
445 // SLS - Panel - Thursday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Flamboyan
Trans-precarious Inclusions: A Comparative Analysis from
Ecuador, Mexico and Puerto Rico
Chair: Michael Hames-Garcia, University of Oregon
Happy Citizens: Trans Respectability and the Affective
Topographies of Transnormativity: A De La Maza Pérez
Tamayo, Arizona State University
Critical Trans* Legal Politics in Ecuador: The Patrulla Legal and
the Politics of Sex Work: Claudia S Garriga-López, New York
University
The Spiny Urchin: Sex, Poverty, and HIV Research in San Juan,
Puerto Rico: Adriana M Garriga Lopez, Kalamazoo College
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446 // CUL - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 10
Affect and Rebellion
Session Organizer: Freya Schiwy, University of California/Riverside
Chair: Freya Schiwy, University of California/Riverside
New Song, New Time: Peruvian Marxisms and Music in a
Revolutionary Era: Jonathan Ritter, University of
California/Riverside
Radical Cinema, Found Footage Filmmaking, and Affect: The
Taller de Cine Experimental’s Pobre del cantor: Jesse Lerner,
Claremont Colleges
Feeling Rebellious. Videoactivism and the Politics of Hope.: Freya
Schiwy, University of California/Riverside
From the riot to the living room: Spectacles of dysfunctional
democracy in contemporary Latin America: Horacio E Legrás,
University of Califonia/Irvine
447 // SMP - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Boardroom 2
Caribbean Political Economy
Chair: Ángel L Viera-Tirado, Universidad de Puerto Rico/Mayagüez
Características y comportamiento de los modelos turísticos de
Puerto Rico, República Dominicana y Cuba: Gerardo González,
Interamerican University
Caribbean Regionalization Facing The Economic Crisis; Which
Way It Will Go?: Ángel L Viera-Tirado, Universidad de Puerto
Rico/Mayagüez
Puerto Rico Oriental y las casas comerciales de St. Thomas 17801860: Ramón A Miranda Beltrán, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Sociohistorical Transformation and Global Capitalism in the
Caribbean: Jeb H Sprague, University of California/Santa
Barbara
448 // LAW - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Boardroom 3
Ciudadanías en cuestión: entre la precariedad y nuevas formas
emergentes - I
Session Organizers: Judith A Boruchoff, Universidad Autonoma de
Guerrero/University of Chicago
Juan J Russo Foresto, Universidad de Guanajuato
Chair: Katya Rodríguez Gómez, Universidad de Guanajuato
Participación cívica y política de Latinos de la clase media en un
suburbio de Chicago: Victor M Ortiz, Northeastern Illinois
University
Citizenship at the Crossroads: Legal Claims and Civic Practices in
Mexico-U.S. Transnational Spaces: Judith A Boruchoff,
Universidad Autonoma de Guerrero/University of Chicago
La lucha por los derechos en México: más allá de las ciudadanías
de superficie: Juan J Russo Foresto, Universidad de Guanajuato
Discussant: Jennifer L Johnson, Kenyon College
449 // ART - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Ceiba
Composite Worlds: Revisioning Mexico City
Session Organizer: María Moreno-Carranco, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana/Cuajimalpa
Chair: Greig C Crysler, University of California, Berkeley
Reimaginging Mexico City: Aesthetics, Politics and Space: Greig C
Crysler, University of California, Berkeley
Narrating Change: Urban transformations in two neighborhoods of
Mexico City: María Moreno-Carranco, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana/Cuajimalpa
Urbanistas, movimientos de colonos y la política de la vivienda en
las décadas del despegue, 1940s y 1950s.: Georg Leidenberger,
UAM Cuajimalpa
450 // HIS - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Foyer A
Concepções de Medicina e Saúde, Instituições e Práticas
Profissionais na América Latina nos Séculos XIX e XX
Session Organizer: Cristina Campos, Universidade Estadual de
Campinas
Chair: Maria Gabriela Silva M C Marinho, Universidade Federal do
ABC
Repercussões do desenvolvimento da bioquímica no ensino médico
da Faculdade Medicina de Minas Gerais (Brasil): 1926-1968.:
Rita de Cassia Marques, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais;
Anny T Silveira, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
História da Psiquiatria e das Práticas de Psicocirurgia. Pacheco e
Silva e Egas Moniz na implantação, difusão e criação da
especialidade médica em São Paulo.: Maria Gabriela Silva M C
Marinho, Universidade Federal do ABC
A Fundação Rockefeller e os Laboratórios de Febre Amarela na
América do Sul e África (1935-947).: Aleidys Hernandez Tasco
A configuração do campo disciplinar da Higiene em São Paulo: da
Cadeira ao Instituto de Higiene, 1918-1920.: Cristina Campos,
Universidade Estadual de Campinas
451 // LSN - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Flamingo D
Critical Times: Writing, Art and Entertainment in the Long
19th-Century
Chair: Ronald D Briggs, Barnard College
In Search Of Civilized Entertainment: Negotiating Leisure Time in
Mid-Century Mexican Magazines: Amy E Wright, St Louis
University
Novelists to the Rescue! National Crisis and Regional Solidarity in
Fin de Siècle Spanish America: Ronald D Briggs, Barnard
College
Obscenity, Popular Music and Fear of Syphilis in Early 20th
century Latin America: A Case Study: Juan Carlos GonzálezEspitia, University of North Carolina/Chapel Hill
452 // LTC - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 5
De huellas y silencios: escrituras y reescrituras de la guerra en
Paraguay I
Session Organizers: Federico Pous, Elon University
Javier Uriarte, Stony Brook University
Chair: Ana M Ribeiro, Universidad Católica del Uruguay
(UCUDAL)
Umbrales en descompaso... Las voces de guerra en el imaginario
de la Triple Frontera.: Alai G Diniz, Universidade Federal de
Integraçao Latino-Americana
“Esa planta antropófaga”: literatura y yerba mate en el Paraguay:
Alejandro Quin, University of Utah
La guerra como vacío: movimiento y descomposición en el Diario
de León de Palleja: Javier Uriarte, Stony Brook University
Discussant: Sebastian J Diaz-Duhalde, Dartmouth College
453 // OTS - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Murphy 1
De la teoría a la acción participativa: metodologías de enseñanza
para el cambio social en América Latina
Chair: Jorge Garcia, Ithaca College
#SoyPoderoso: Sequencing, Empathy, and Accountability in
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Community-Based Film Programs in the Americas: Jorge
Garcia, Ithaca College
Saberes desde los márgenes: la fotografía participativa como
estrategia de desarrollo comunitario en América Latina,
Europa y Asia: Laura Tejero Tabernero, Complutense
University of Madrid
Sunshine in a Backpack: Using Learning Design and Technology
Methods Towards Adventure-Based Learning Experiences and
Long-Term Mentoring in the Dominican Republic: Lisette G
Reyes
Discussant: Maria Alejandra Zambrano, Ithaca College
454 // LAB - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Ponce
Desigualdad, condiciones laborales y pobreza en América Latina
Chairs: Luis A Beccaria, Universidad Nacional de General
Sarmiento
María Josefa Luis Luis, Centro de Estudios Sobre la Juventud/ONG
El estancamiento de la tasa de participación económica femenina en
Argentina en los 2000s: Luis A Beccaria, Universidad Nacional
de General Sarmiento
¿Formal o informal? Efectos de la formalización laboral en la
disminución de la desigualdad en Chile: Nincen Figueroa
Urquiza
Desigualdad social y transición al primer trabajo en Argentina:
Santiago A Rodriguez, Centro de estudios sociológicos - El
Colegio de México
Inclusion by differentiation. Human reproduction and its challenges
for women worker's lives.: Natalia Ramirez Bustamante, SJD
Harvard University
Discussant: Enrique M Padrón Innamorato, Universidad Nacional
Autónoma de México
455 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Thursday, 4:00pm 5:45pm, San Cristobal C
Emigration Policies in Latin America: Inclusion and Exclusion
at the Boundaries of the Nation-State
Sponsor: International Migrations
Session Organizers: Alexandra Delano, The New School
Ana o Margheritis, University of Southampton
Chair: Agnieszka K Weinar, European University Institute
Análisis comparativo de las políticas hacia emigrantes en
Latinoamérica: Luicy Pedroza Espinoza, German Institute of
Global and Area Studies/ Institute of Latin American Studies;
Pau Palop García, German Institute of Global Area Studies
(GIGA)
Diaspora politics in the context of Colombian migration to
Europe: the interplay between the concept of expanding
citizenship and the reality of exclusion: Anastasia Bermudez
Torres, University of Liege
Argentina: The Politics of On-and-Off Inclusion of Emigrants: Ana
o Margheritis, University of Southampton
Fostering Ties with the Homeland and Integration in the Host
Country: Alexandra Delano, The New School
456 // REL - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Guayacan
Epistemología de la caridad. Prácticas de emergencia y
exclusión en el siglo XIX
Sponsor: Religions and Spiritualities
Chair: Lee J Skinner, Claremont McKenna College
Putting the Texts into Context: Was Charity Feminized in the 19th
Century?: Silvia M Arrom, Brandeis University
De cofradías a asociaciones: una nueva relación de género en la
sociedad civil. El caso chileno: Sol Serrano, Pontificia
Universidad Católica de Chile
Women and Charity in 19th century Lima and Santiago de Chile:
Lee J Skinner, Claremont McKenna College
Narrativas caritativas para pobres y ricos. Exclusión y sumisión
para combatir la modernidad laica en el México del siglo XIX:
Adriana M Pacheco, University of Texas/Austin
Discussant: Naomi E Lindstrom, University of Texas/Austin
457 // INT - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Ponce de Leon
A
Geopolitical Imaginaries in the Americas
Chair: Laura M Senio Blair, Southwestern University
Spaces and Places of (Im)Possibility and Desire: Transversal
Revolutionary Imaginaries in the 20th Century Americas: Eric A
Selbin, Southwestern University
Geopolitical Imaginaries of the Soviet Union in the discourse of
Argentine Peronism (1946-55): Mirko Petersen, University of
Bielefeld
Megaprojects and Geopolitical Imaginaries around Nature in
Central America: Anne Tittor, University of Bielefeld
“Somos el pueblo del avivamiento”: Moral and imagined
cartographies in Latino Pentecostalism in Los Angeles: Clara
Buitrago Valencia, Universität Bielefeld
Discussant: Julia Roth, University of Bielefeld
458 // HUM - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Ponce de
Leon B
Género, generación y terrorismo de estado en el Cono Sur
Sponsor: GT CLACSO Juventudes, Infancias: Instituciones Políticas
y Culturas
Chairs: Barbara Sutton, SUNY/University at Albany
Valeria Llobet, Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y
Técnicas
When the Past Becomes Part of Us: Collective Remembering Across
Family Generations After State Terror in Uruguay (1985-2015):
Gabriela M Fried Amilivia, California State University/Los
Angeles
La transmisión intergeneracional de la dictadura en Uruguay:
Negociando identidad familiar y agencia generacional: Mariana
Achugar, Carnegie Mellon University
Entre lo indecible y la transmisión de la experiencia: Memoria de la
infancia y dictadura en Argentina: Valeria Llobet, Consejo
Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas
Género, Memoria y Transmisión: Testimonios de Mujeres
Sobrevivientes del Terrorismo de Estado en Argentina: Barbara
Sutton, SUNY/University at Albany
Lazos de familia y género: Militancia y subjetividad en los
documentales Papá Iván, El edificio de los chilenos y Telón de
azúcar: Bernardita P Llanos, Brooklyn College, CUNY
459 // LSN - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Flamingo C
Imperial Designs: Colonial Puerto Rico in the Geographical
Imaginary
Chair: Santa Arias, University of Kansas
Puerto Rico en el imaginario archipelágico imperial de los siglos 16
y 17: Yolanda M Martínez-San Miguel, The State University of
New Jersey
Cartografía y patriotismo ilustrado: La plaza y puerto de San Juan
Bautista de Puerto Rico: Mariselle Meléndez, University of
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Governmentality and Cartographies of Colonial Spaces The
Progressive Military Map of Puerto Rico, 1908–1914: Lanny
Thompson, University of Puerto Rico
Cartographic representations of Isla de Cabras, Puerto Rico:
military, sanitary, and recreational imageries of imperial
colonialism: Paola A Schiappacasse, Universidad de Puerto Rico
460 // CUL - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 8
Imágenes de la Política y Políticas de la Imagen
Session Organizer: Michela Russo, Texas A&M University
Chair: Andrew Lantz, Texas A&M University
“Ahora te vamos a llamar hermano”: César A Pérez Sanchez,
University of Southern California
Mi ciudad está filmando: street filmmaking in El Alto, Bolivia:
Andrew Lantz, Texas A&M University
Thinking the image as dialogue, contestation or adaptation to State
discourse: Michela Russo, Texas A&M University
Discussant: Sergio R Villalobos-Ruminott, University of Arkansas
461 // INV - Workshop - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Las Olas
Invited Session - Collaborative Indigenous and Afrodescendent
Knowledge Production Part 1
Sponsor: Otros Saberes Track
Session Organizer: Shannon Speed, University of Texas/Austin
Presenters: Keisha Khan Y Perry, Brown University
María Socorro Granda Abella, Asociacion de Cabildos Indígenas del
Norte Del Cauca-Acin
Genner Llanes Ortiz, Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios
Superiores en Antropología Social (CIESAS)
Discussant: Irma A Velazquez Nimatuj, Oxlajuj
462 // INV - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, San Geronimo
Ballroom B
Invited Session - Precariedad Laboral & Organización Sindical
Sponsor: Embajada de Chile, Estados Unidos; Labor Studies and
Class Relation
Session Organizers: Graciela I Bensusán Areous, Universidad
Autónoma Metropolitana/Xochimilco
Heidi E Tinsman, University of California/Irvine
The Long History of Precarious Labor in Chile: Thomas M
Klubock, University of Virginia
Formalidad Precarizante: impulsando la acumulación de ingresos a
través de la desposesión salarial, la vía chilena en el marco de
los países del Sur de América Latina: Gonzalo Durán Sanhueza,
Fundación Sol
Discussant: Graciela I Bensusán Areous, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana/Xochimilco
463 // INV - Featured/Invited Session - Thursday, 4:00pm 5:45pm, San Geronimo Ballroom C
Invited Session - Spiritual Discourses and New Cross-cultural
Collaborations in Knowledge Creation and Production
Sponsor: Religions and Spiritualities
Session Organizer: Ana Mariella Bacigalupo, SUNY/Buffalo
Chair: Ana Mariella Bacigalupo, SUNY/Buffalo
Constructing Spiritual Discourses of Powerful Knowledge:
Northwest Amazonian pajés: Robin M Wright, UFL
The Co-production of a Mapuche Shaman’s Biography: Spiritual
Rebirth and “Shamanic Literacies” in Chile: Ana Mariella
Bacigalupo, SUNY/Buffalo
Shamanic texts, revitalization and context in narrative research:
Possibilities and limits in collaborative (decolonizing?)
methodologies: Esther J Langdn, Universidade Federal de Santa
Catarina
Ethnographic Exchanges in Global Spaces: June C Nash, City
University of New York
Del 'Yo' a la planeta por el indigenismo espiritual: una contestacion
ecologica de la modernidad: Anne-Marie Losonczy,
EPHE_CERMA-EHESS Paris
464 // DEM - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Boardroom 1
La política de emergencia y procesos de democratización en
América Latina
Sponsor: The Centre for Social Conflict and Cohesion Studies
(COES), Chile
Session Organizer: Claire E Wright, Universidad Autónoma de
Nuevo León
Chair: Claudia Heiss, Universidad de Chile
Emergencias, Republicanismo y el Constitucionalismo en Chile:
Renato Cristi, Wilfrid Laurier University
Estados de excepción y presidencialismo en la historia de Chile:
Claudia Heiss, Universidad de Chile
Política de emergencia y regímenes de excepción en América
Latina: Claire E Wright, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
465 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Thursday, 4:00pm 5:45pm, San Cristobal B
La violencia y las paradojas de la Venezuela contemporánea
Sponsor: Venezuelan Studies
Session Organizer: Veronica Zubillaga, Universidad Simón Bolívar
Between violence and violins: intergenerational musical dynamics
in the barrios of Venezuela: Yana G Stainova, Brown University
Protestas en Venezuela 2014: actores sociopolíticos y variables
estructurales: Miguel Angel Martinez Meucci, Universidad
Simon Bolivar
Entre la zozobra y los pactos de cese al fuego: las estrategias de
mujeres de un barrio caraqueño frente a la violencia armada:
Veronica Zubillaga, Universidad Simón Bolívar
Sembrar el terror: la violencia extrema: Miriam Gutierrez-Otero,
Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez
Discussant: Andres Antillano, Universidad Central de Venezuela
466 // ECO - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Murphy 2
Labor market and changes in the economic structure
Sponsor: Marcelo Paixão
Chair: Angel M Casas Gragea, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana Unidad Iztapalapa
Moving in and moving up: The labor market dynamics of men and
women in Nicaragua and El Salvador: Thomas H Gindling,
University of Maryland/Baltimore County
Economía informal y desempleo en el departamento de Santander
Colombia: Mayda Alejandra Calderon Diaz
Economic geography and demand for compensation under trade:
the case of Argentinian regions: Irene Menendez, University of
Oxford
El contexto educativo en la precarización laboral en México: ante
pérdida en el poder adquisitivo: Jorge A Perez, Universidad
Autonoma de Tamaulipas
Free trade agreeements and economic inequality: Ian Laettner
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467 // EDU - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Murphy 5
Las ocupaciones militares norteamericanas y su impacto en los
sistemas educacionales de las Antillas
Session Organizer: Lisa Jarvinen, La Salle University
Chair: Lisa Jarvinen, La Salle University
Resistencias magisteriales a la política educacional del Gobierno
Militar de Ocupación en la República Dominicana, 1916-1924:
Neici M Zeller, William Paterson University
Imperio, ignorancia, y educación en el Caribe, 1898-1934: Alex J
Angulo, Winthrop University
El imperialismo norteamericano y la escolarización del campo
antillano, 1898-1934: Juan B Alfonseca, Instituto Superior
Ciencias Educacion
468 // DEF - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Murphy 6
Latin America’s Internal Security Crisis: Police and Military
Responses
Session Organizer: Deborah L Norden, Whittier College
Chair: Deborah L Norden, Whittier College
México: La nueva estrategia de intervención del Estado: la
ocupación multi-institucional en Michoacán: Raúl M Benítez
Manaut, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
"For the guarantee of law and order”: Armed forces and public
security in Brazil: Ingrid Samset, University of Limerick
Guns or Uniforms? Explaining Relative Violence in Protest
Control, from Buenos Aires to Ferguson: Deborah L Norden,
Whittier College
Still the Region's Outlier? Militarizing Internal Security in
Argentina under the Kirchners: Kristina Mani, Oberlin College
Discussant: Maiah Jaskoski, Naval Postgraduate School
469 // LST - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Flamingo A
Literatura cubana reciente: ejercicios de (des)apropiación
Session Organizer: Walfrido Dorta Sánchez, The Graduate Center,
CUNY
Chair: Rachel L Price, Princeton University
Generación 0: pasado, presente y pecado: Laura V Sández,
Graduate Center-CUNY
Poesía cubana de cambio de siglo: anulación de todo meridiano:
Yoandy Cabrera Ortega, Texas A&M University
‘No estamos disponibles’: volverse intraducibles para algunas
lógicas (literatura cubana hoy): Walfrido Dorta Sánchez, The
Graduate Center, CUNY
Discussant: Rafael E Rojas Gutiérrez, Centro de Investigación y
Docencia Económicas (CIDE)
470 // AFR - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Tropical B
Lo que se hereda, no se hurta. Documentales, relatos y poesía
mapuche
Chair: Magda L Sepúlveda, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Pedagogías del despojo y aprendizajes del desastre: Alvaro
Kaempfer, Gettysburg College
Documentales y poesía mapuche: discursos sobre la lengua y la
comida: Magda L Sepúlveda, Pontificia Universidad Católica de
Chile
Testimonio, política y lógicas del desacuerdo en Recado
confidencial a los chilenos de Elicura Chihuailaf: Marcelo A
Rioseco, University of Oklahoma
471 // LAB - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Murphy 3
Los desafíos de la inclusión laboral: trayectorias laborales
juveniles en América Latina
Chair: Minor Mora-Salas, El Colegio de México
Llegar a los 30: aportes al debate sobre transición entre la
educación y el mundo del trabajo en la Argentina
contemporánea: Ana Miranda, FLACSO Argentina
Quedarse o marchar: Trayectorias y proyectos educativos y
laborales de jóvenes en comunidades rurales de Guatemala:
Leslie Noemí Lemus Barahona, El Colegio de México
Trayectorias de inclusión laboral entre jóvenes con privilegios
sociales en México: Minor Mora-Salas, El Colegio de México
472 // CUL - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 9
Metodologías Colaborativas II: Políticas de y afectos en la
colaboración. Teorías y casos del cine, teatro y arte
Session Organizer: Romina Pistacchio, New York University
Chair: Constanza Ceresa, Universidad de Chile
Cinematic Forms: Collaborative Aesthetics amid the contingent and
indeterminate.: Eunha Choi, California State University Long
Beach
Los afectos y la desestabilización de poder: la colaboración entre
los cineastas Valeria Sarmiento y Raúl Ruiz: Monica A Rios,
Rutgers University
Los dispositivos estéticos y las formas sensibles de la emancipación:
María Luciana L Cadahia, Investigator
La esencialización en el trabajo colectivo de creación en el hecho
teatral: Maria Birke, Independent Researcher
473 // AGR - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Tropical C
Neoliberalismo y transformaciones agroalimentarias en
Latinoamérica El impacto de los transgénicos I
Session Organizers: Pablo Lapegna, University of Georgia
Gerardo Otero, Simon Fraser University
Displacement by fumigation: Agrochemicals, rural dispossession,
and class struggle in Paraguay: Arturo Ezquerro-Canete, Saint
Mary's University
Alianza sellada con miel: apicultores mayas de la Península de
Yucatán vs soya transgénica en la última selva mexicana: Irma
C Gómez González
Genetically Modified Agriculture and Variations of Violence in
Argentina: Pablo Lapegna, University of Georgia
De eso no se habla: Health hazards of GM soy production in
Argentina: Amalia Leguizamón, Tulane University
Mothers against soybean: planning, health and local resistance in
Córdoba, Argentina: Marla J Torrado, University of
Texas/Austin
Discussant: Elizabeth Fitting, Dalhousie University
474 // LAW - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Ponce de
Leon C
New Approaches to Analyzing and implementing Law and
Politics in the Americas
Chair: Catalina S Smulovitz, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella
El papel de las audiencias en la protección de derechos y la
construcción de legitimidad judicial en México y Colombia:
César Augusto Valderrama Gómez
Implementación de Derechos y Federalismo: ¿Quién paga por el
costo de los derechos en las provincias argentinas?: Catalina S
Smulovitz, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella
Direitos humanos e luta por justiça ambiental: o caso da
hidrelétrica de Belo Monte: Ariani B Sudatti, UNICAMP
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Inventando Caminos. The Road of Marijuana Legalization in
Uruguay: Emily D Bello-Pardo, Florida International University
475 // CSS - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 4
On Protest I: “Endemic crises and continuing protests in
comparative and transnational perspective”
Session Organizers: Sonia E Alvarez, University of
Massachusetts/Amherst
Martha Balaguera, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Ivelisse Cuevas-Molina, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Chair: Charles R Hale, University of Texas/Austin
Discourses of crisis, structural adjustment, and protest in Latin
America and Europe: Martha Balaguera, University of
Massachusetts Amherst
Excluded Narrations and Emergen(t)cy Cultural Production:
Recovering the history of Latino/a AIDS activism and protest in
Philadelphia: Kevin Anthony Henderson, University of
Massachusetts Amherst
Architectural Protest in El Alto: Freddy Mamani’s Challenge to
Bolivia’s Lettered City: Tara A Daly, Mount Holyoke College
Tesouras para Todas: Gender, Sexuality and Race in Brazil’s
Protest Movements: Sonia E Alvarez, University of
Massachusetts/Amherst
Discussant: Millicent S Thayer, University of Massachusetts
476 // HIS - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, San Cristobal
G
Peace in the Tribal Zone: Non – violent interethnic relations at
Latin American Frontiers
Sponsor: Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft/ Freie Universität
Berlin
Chair: Lasse Hölck, Freie Universität Berlin
Memoria, relaciones interétnicas y gobernanza en la tribal zone: el
caso del Wallmapu (Araucanía chilena y la Patagonia
Septentrional argentina): Mónika V Contreras Saiz, Freie
Universität Berlin
Trust in the Tribal Zone? How to recognize independent Indians:
Lasse Hölck, Freie Universität Berlin
Entretejiendo la historia rural en los antiguos pueblos de indios.
Trozos de lo añejo y de lo nuevo en México, siglos XIX y XX:
Romana G Falcón-Meyer, El Colegio de Mexico
Los indios de la “frontera” Guajira y su articulación política a los
Estados de Colombia y Venezuela 1830-1880: José Trinidad
Polo Acuña, Universidad de Cartagena
477 // EDU - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Salon del Mar
B
Políticas educativas y derecho a la educación en América
Latina: inclusiones, exclusiones, emergencias
Session Organizer: María Fernanda Saforcada, Universidad de
Buenos Aires
Chair: María Fernanda Saforcada, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Un nuevo orden internacional de la educación: meritocracia,
medición y ranking de calidad: Pablo Gentili, Consejo
Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales (CLACSO)
Las políticas de evaluación y sus (des) vinculaciones con el derecho
a la educación en América Latina: Myriam I Feldfeber,
Universidad de Buenos Aires
Políticas de evaluación, regulación del trabajo docente y derecho a
la educación en América Latina: María Fernanda Saforcada,
Universidad de Buenos Aires
40 años del Chile neoliberal: desigualdades que persisten e
inclusiones que excluyen: Javier M Campos, University of
Massachusetts Amherst
478 // REL - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Foyer C
Popular Religion and Emerging Meanings: The Caribbean and
South Florida
Session Organizer: Bryan Thomas Froehle, St. Thomas University
Chair: Ondina Cortes, St. Thomas University
Our Lady of Charity and Cuban Reconciliation: Ondina Cortes, St.
Thomas University
Encounter in Haitian Popular Religion: Emmanuel Buteau, St
Thomas University
Constructing Lives in the 1.5 Generation: Religious Identity and
Spirituality of College-age Latina Emerging Adults: Claudia H
Herrera, St Thomas University
Shifting Holy Ground? Popular Religiosity and the Influence of
Pentecostalism on the Experience of Latino/a Catholics: Ricardo
Gonzalez, St Thomas University
479 // PIP - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Garita
Populism in Latin America
Chairs: Sahar C Abi Hassan, Boston University
Jennifer L McCoy, Georgia State University
Populism as an Ideational Concept: Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser,
Universidad Diego Portales
Populist Discourse and the Remaking of the Political Opposition in
Venezuela: Sahar C Abi Hassan, Boston University
Corporation-Based Populism?: William T Barndt, Pitzer College
International Mediation of Protest and Conflict: Comparing the
OAS and UNASUR in Venezuelan Political Conflicts: Thomas F
Legler, Universidad Iberoamericana; Jennifer L McCoy,
Georgia State University
La comunidad internacional en el postconflicto: experiencias y
lecciones para Colombia: Angelica Alba Cuellar, Universidad
de Bogotá Jorge Tadeo Lozano
Discussant: Maria Luiza Aberceb Carvalho Gatto, University of
Oxford
480 // CIT - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 6
Practices, experiences and new strategies for urban mobility in
Latin America: exclusions and alternatives #2
Sponsor: Latin American Cities Working Group
Session Organizers: Natalia C Villamizar-Duarte, University of
Illinois Chicago
Ana Marcela Ardila Pinto, UFMG
Chair: Natalia C Villamizar-Duarte, University of Illinois Chicago
A vida móvel das mulheres entre o bairro e as cidades: Candice V
Souza
Ritmos diários, percursos urbanos: práticas de mobilidade entre
indivíduos em situação de rua: Caroline Ferreira Rosa
Driving change through mobility and creative urban interventions:
Ivis Garcia Zambrana, UIC
481 // REL - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Executive
Boardroom
Religious Pluralism in Latin America: Social and Political
Implications of Changing Demographics
Sponsor: Pew Research Center
Chair: Andrew Chesnut, Virginia Commonwealth University
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Latin American Religious Change in Global Perspective: Conrad
Hackett, Pew Research Center
Religious Freedom and Hostilities in Latin America.: Juan Carlos
Esparza Ochoa, Pew Research Center
Pare de Sufrir! Religious Conversion in Latin America and the
United States: Juan C Donoso, Pew Research Center; Jessica
Hamar Martinez, Pew Research Center
482 // HIS - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 7
Repensando los Estudios Latinoamericanos: Orígenes y
desarrollo
(Pre)historia de los Estudios Latinoamericanos: "Américas" y las
discusiones de una historia común: Florencia E Mallon,
University of Wisconsin
El pasado, presente (y futuro) de los estudios latinoamericanos en el
Reino Unido: Paulo Drinot, University College London
Los estudios latinoamericanos y los contextos histórico-mundiales:
De la cuestión neo-colonial al dilema de la pos-atrocidad: Steve
J Stern, University of Wisconsin/Madison
Discussant: Gilbert M Joseph, Yale University
483 // PIP - Workshop - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Caribe
Roundtable on Ken Roberts' "Changing Course: Party Systems
in Latin America's Neoliberal Era"
Chair: Raul L Madrid, University of Texas/Austin
Presenters: Kenneth M Roberts, Cornell University
Eduardo Silva, Tulane University
Noam Lupu, University of Wisconsin-Madison
484 // FIL - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, San Cristobal E
Social Evaluations and Transitions in Latin American Film
Chairs: Patrick Crowley, Binghamton University
Frank F Scherer, York University
Afro-Cuban Histories through a Fractured Lens: Gloria Rolando’s
Insurgent Cinema: Patrick Crowley, Binghamton University
Pernambuco’s “New Cinema”: Class, Social Differences, and
Everyday Life: Vinicius D Navarro, Emerson College
Perspectivas contemporáneas del cine colombiano: la inclusión de
las regiones en la cinematografía nacional: Hector A Melo
Ruiz, CONJUNTA
Orienting the Eyes: Chinese Cuba in Cinema, Television and Video:
Frank F Scherer, York University
No Yellow in Cuban Color: Chinese in the Cuban Imaginary: Elliott
Young, Lewis and Clark College
485 // GEN - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, San Cristobal
F
The Intersections Between Cuban Studies and Latina Feminisms
Session Organizer: Adriana I Novoa, University of South Florida
Chair: Adriana I Novoa, University of South Florida
Examining Gender Difference in Leopoldo Zea’s Filosofía como
Compromiso: Andrea J Pitts, Vanderbilt University
El vasto Mare Atlanticum o algunas estrategias para desmantelar la
neocolonización en la narrativa de Mylene Fernández Pintado:
Mabel Cuesta, University of Houston
La masculinización literaria como estrategia de validación autoral:
Damaris Puñales-Alpizar, Case Western Reserve University
The Menstruating Body Politic: José Martí & Gender: Stephanie
Rivera Berruz, William Paterson University
Cuban Studies & Latina Feminisms, A Proposal: Adriana I Novoa,
University of South Florida
486 // GEN - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 3
Latin American Women's Memories and Struggles
Chair: Steven S Volk, Oberlin College
'Textual Photography' and Poetic Testimony in Sergio González
Rodríguez' The Femicide Machine: Tobias A Jochum, Free
University Berlin
Art and/in Conflict: Representations of the Juárez Femicides in
European Installations: Francisca Sánchez-Ortiz, Manchester
Metropolitan University
Arcadio Diaz Quiñones: los lugares de la memoria: Carmen R
Centeno Añeses, University of Puerto Rico
Narratives, Roots and Experiences: Caribbean Woman Struggles
and Ways of Living: Andreia Lisboa de Sousa, University of
Texas/Austin
Discussant: Edward Avila, Eastern New Mexico University
487 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Thursday, 4:00pm 5:45pm, San Cristobal D
The Politics of Urban Exclusion and Subnational Social Policy in
Latin America: New Research Agendas
Sponsor: Subnational Politics and Society
Chair: Eduardo Moncada, Rutgers University
Battle in the Streets, Battle in the Press: Elite Framing of Protest in
Mexico: Heather A Sullivan, Hamilton College
Decentralization and Democratic Participation: The Effect of
Regional Self-Rule on Voting in Latin American and the
Caribbean: Alissandra T Stoyan, University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill
Political Determinant of Violence in the Metropolitan Area of
Buenos Aires: Alberto F Föhrig, Universidad de San Andrés
Subnational Political Responses to Urban Drug Trafficking in Latin
America: Hernán B Flom, University of California/Berkeley
Discussant: Eduardo Moncada, Rutgers University
488 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Thursday, 4:00pm 5:45pm, San Cristobal A
The Politics of the Agricultural Commodity Boom in Latin
America
Sponsor: Economics and Politics
Session Organizer: Maria Victoria Murillo, Columbia University
Chairs: Robert R Kaufman, Rutgers University
Candelaria Garay, Harvard University
Contesting the Soy Export Boom: Fiscal, Land, and Environmental
Protests in Argentina and Paraguay, 2003-2013: Jorge G
Mangonnet, Columbia University; Maria Victoria Murillo,
Columbia University
When Theft Becomes Grievance: Dispossessions as a Cause of
Redistributive Land Claims in 20th Century Latin America:
Maria Paula Saffon Sanin, Columbia University
Soybeans, Late Agricultural Modernization, and Interest Group
Politics in Paraguay: Gustavo Setrini, New York University
Harvesting Influence: Explaining Agricultural Producers’ Political
Participation in Argentina and Brazil: María B Fernández
Milmanda, Harvard University
Discussant: Juan Pablo Luna, Pontificia Universidad Católica de
Chile
489 // LAT - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Murphy 4
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The Precarious Side of Puerto Rican Diaspora Literature:
Understanding the Politics of Inclusion/Exclusion
Chair: Marisel C Moreno, University of Notre Dame
“The geography of their complexion:” Nuyorican Poets in the
Neoliberal Dawn: Tomás Urayoán Noel, New York University
Precariousness in Diasporic Puerto Rican Literature: Reading Piri
Thomas, Migdalia Cruz and Guillermo Rebollo Gil: Guillermo
B Irizarry Diaz, University of Connecticut
Precarious Post-9/11 Identities: The Puerto Rican Diaspora in a
Play by Quiara Alegría Hudes: Marisel C Moreno, University of
Notre Dame
490 // AGR - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Almendros
The changing rural-urban relationship in the Americas:
Redefining economic, environmental and cultural linkages
Chair: Maria Marcela Crovetto, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Bridging the urban/rural divide? Cross-sphere linkages and the
(anti)politics of alternative food in Mexico: Steven McCutcheon
Rubio
Frontier and Family: Understanding urban-rural relations through
the study of family livelihoods strategies: Thais Tartalha do
Nascimento Lombardi, Universidade Estadual Paulista Júlio de
Mesquita Filho - Unesp
Dinámicas rural-urbanas comparadas en tres regiones de la
patagonia argentina. Movilidad cotidiana, migraciones
temporarias y mercados de trabajo agropecuarios.: Maria
Marcela Crovetto, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Discussant: Susana T Aparicio, Universidad de Buenos Aires
491 // DEF - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, San Geronimo
Ballroom A
The major security challenges in Colombia in the 21st century
Chair: Jonathan D Rosen, La Universidad del Mar
“Identifying municipal risk factors for violence in Colombia”:
Jennifer S Holmes, University of Texas/Dallas
“From Peace Agreements to Effective Peace: Major Challenges and
Main Actors”: Lilian Yaffe, University of Miami
“State Terrorism and the Colombian Armed Conflict”: Victor J
Hinojosa, Baylor University
“Drug Trafficking and Organized Crime in Colombia: Major
Challenges in 2015”: Jonathan D Rosen, La Universidad del
Mar
Discussant: Marc Chernick, Georgetown University
492 // PER - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Flamboyan
Theatre of the Real on the Latin American Stage (Part 1)
Chair: Paola S Hernandez, University of Wisconsin/Madison
La precariedad como tema y como procedimiento en el teatro
documental de Vivi Tellas: Pamela Brownell, Universidad de
Buenos Aires / CONICET
¿Atrapados dentro de lo real?: una reconsideración paradigmática
del teatro porteño actual y emergente: Jean Graham-Jones, City
University of New York/Graduate Center
The Fantasy of Gender and the Allure of the Real in Romina Paula’s
Fauna: Brenda G Werth, American University
Performing the Real in Uruguay: Actors, Non-Actors, Testimony,
and Intertexts in Antígona oriental: Sarah M Misemer, Texas
A&M University
Discussant: Cristián M Opazo, Pontificia Universidad Católica de
Chile
493 // AFR - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Tropical A
Titling Indigenous Territories: ambivalences, conflicts, legacies
(Session 1)
Session Organizer: Penelope Anthias, University of California,
Berkeley
Chair: Penelope Anthias, University of California, Berkeley
Indagar despojos desde la imagen: contrastes territoriales en la
Sierra Rarámuri, Chichuahua, México. Fotografías
decimonónicas y registros visuales actuales: Eugenia Macías
Guzmán, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
The Role of Shamans in Shifting Constructions of Territory and
Territorial Governance: Juliet S Erazo, Florida International
University
Teetering Capital: Totonac Territoriality in the Wake of Neoliberal
Capitalism: Korinta Maldonado Goti, University of Illinois,
Urbana/Champaign
494 // ECO - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Salon del Mar
A
Towards universal social policy trajectories in Latin America?
Reach, determinants and implications. Part 2.
Session Organizer: Camila A Arza, CONICET/CIEPP
Chair: Juliana Martínez Franzoni, Universidad de Costa Rica
Pension reform and universalism: The expansion of old age
coverage in Latin America.: Camila A Arza, CONICET/CIEPP
“Diversos universalismos en las trayectorias de las políticas de
salud en México y Brasil”: Carlos E Barba Solano, Universidad
de Guadalajara; Enrique Valencia Lomeli, Universidad de
Guadalajara
Policies that reconcile work and family: Equity and universalism in
issue framing, across five Latin American countries: Merike H
Blofield, University of Miami
Can there be universalism with outside options? Costa Rica in
comparative perspective: Diego Sánchez-Ancochea, University
of Oxford
Discussant: Jennifer E Pribble, University of Richmond
495 // LTC - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Flamingo B
Visa para un sueño: Mexico, jóvenes, inmigrantes.
Chair: Mary K Long, University of Colorado
"Aspectos y referencias del tema de la inmigración en algunas obras
del teatro mexicano".: Hugo Salcedo, Universidad Autónoma de
Baja California
Representaciones de México y su revolución: Diplomatic Days de
Edith O´Shaughnessy: Alexandra C Pita González, Universidad
de Colima
Testimonio and new media in Mexico: Telling the (real) stories of 72
migrantes: Liliana G Chávez Díaz, University of Cambridge
“Yo soy:” Public Protest, Private expression: Contestatory uses of
social media by Contemporary Mexican Youth: Mary K Long,
University of Colorado
Discussant: Alianet Díaz, El Instituto de Literatura y Lingüística
"José Antonio Portuondo Valdor"
496 // GEN - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Maguey
Vulnerabilidades, Feminicidios y Regímenes de Género
Session Organizer: Zaida Capote Cruz, Instituto de Literatura y
Lingüística
Chair: Analisa Taylor, University of Oregon
Cuba. Envejecimiento demográfico y miradas generacionales
femeninas: Grisell Rodríguez Gómez, Centro de Estudios
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Demográficos
Baja fecundidad y mujeres en Cuba: una mirada al control
patriarcal: Lirians L Gordillo Piña, Universidad de La Habana
"Ella buscó la muerte": Blaming Women, Blaming Gangs, or
Blaming the State in Guatemalan Media Representations of
Violence against Women: Sarah C England, Soka University of
America
Rape, Femicide, and the Fault Lines of Jurisprudence in
Borderlands Narratives: Analisa Taylor, University of Oregon
Discussant: Helen Hernández Hormilla, Asociación Hermanos Saíz
(AHS) / Ministerio de Cultura
497 // GEN - Panel - Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Murphy 7
“Interseccionalidad de género, etnia/raza y clase en el mundo
del trabajo, escenario para la emancipación y/o para la
opresión entre mujeres indígenas, afrodescendientes e
inmigrantes”
Session Organizers: Teodora Hurtado, Universidad de Gunajuato
Campus Celaya - Salvatierra
Jeanny Lucero Posso Quiceno, University of Valle
Chairs: Teodora Hurtado, Universidad de Gunajuato Campus Celaya
- Salvatierra
Jeanny Lucero Posso Quiceno, University of Valle
Las desigualdades en el trabajo femenino en Brasil: entre la
emancipación y las viejas y nuevas formas de opresión públicas
y privadas: Nathalie R Itaboraí, IESP-UERJ
"Entre España y República Dominicana. Observando las categorías
de raza, género, sexualidad y extranjería desde eltrabajo de
campo etnográfico": Carmen Gregorio Gil, Universidad de
Granada
Trabajo de cuidado y prácticas de reparación frente al racismo:
salones de belleza para mujeres afrodescendientes en Brasil.:
Luz Gabriela Arango, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Haciendo “trabajo de mujeres”. Interseccionalidad en el trabajo de
cuidados de latinoamericanos/as en Madrid.: Nancy Elizabeth
Wence Partida, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana/Iztapalapa
El cuidado y estética del cabello en mujeres negras de la ciudad de
Cali (Colombia): salones de belleza, peinadoras a domicilio y
activistas afro: Jeanny Lucero Posso Quiceno, University of
Valle
Discussant: Javier A Pineda-Duque, Universidad de los Andes
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498 // LAB - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Murphy 3
(Re)configuración de la vida laboral y familiar en las sociedades
actuales: México como ejemplo particular para una
discusión general
Session Organizer: Enrique M Padrón Innamorato, Universidad
Nacional Autónoma de México
Chair: Emma Liliana L Navarrete, El Colegio Mexiquense A,C.
La conciliación entre el mundo laboral y el mundo familiar con un
enfoque de derechos: Enrique M Padrón Innamorato,
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Trabajo y familia en México; un vínculo vulnerable: Rosa Patricia
Román Reyes, Universidad Autonoma del Estado de México
Las cargas domésticas y los arreglos familiares en el proceso de
doble selectividad de la participación femenina en el mercado
laboral en México: karina orozco, El Colegio de México
499 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Thursday, 6:00pm 7:45pm, San Cristobal D
Activism and Public Policy in Brazil: Towards a New Research
Agenda
Sponsor: Brazil
Chair: Rebecca N Abers, Universidade de Brasília
State-Driven Activism: The Politics of AIDS in Brazil: Jessica Alexis
J Rich, Marquette University
Burocracia, Redes Sociais e Interacão: Uma Análise da
Implementacão de Políticas Públicas: Gabriela S Lotta,
Universidade Federal do ABC (UFABC)
Little Room for Movement: Bureaucratic Activism Inside Brazil's
Bolsa Verde Program: Rebecca N Abers, Universidade de
Brasília
Discussant: Margaret E Keck, Johns Hopkins University
500 // FIL - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, San Cristobal E
Adolescents, Youth and Emerging Practices in Latin American
Cinema
Session Organizer: Carolina M Rocha, Southern Illinois
University/Edwardsville
Chair: Georgia S Seminet, St. Edward's University
Precarious Sexualities in Liminal Sites: An Analysis of the
Emergence of Queer Adolescents in Contemporary Argentine
Cinema: Guillermo Olivera, University of Stirling
Pino y queso: Emergent Sexualities and Social Networks in Joven y
alocada: Patrick G Blaine, Morningside College
Re-thinking Wayuu Identity in the Colombian documentary:
Girlhood, ‘Self-made’ Subjectivities and Social Recognition:
Rachel J Randall
What does the Future Hold? Teen Protagonists and the
Representation of the Future in Latin American Cinema:
Georgia S Seminet, St. Edward's University
Playing for Life: Adolescents, Youth and New Social Practices in
Walter Salles’ in Linha de Passe: Carolina M Rocha, Southern
Illinois University/Edwardsville
501 // LAT - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Murphy 4
Analyzing and Confronting precariedades, exclusiones y
emergencias among Latino Youth
Session Organizer: Bridget Kevane, Montana State University
Investigating Cross-Border Experiences Living at the U.S.-Mexico
Border: Cynthia Bejarano, New Mexico State University
From Freedom Schools to Freedom University: Liberatory
Education for Undocumented Youth in the U.S. South: Laura E
Soltis, Freedom University
Latino Scholars of Promise in Rural Montana: Bridget Kevane,
Montana State University
Discussant: Jennifer Bickham Mendez, College of William and
Mary
502 // CUL - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Ponce de Leon
C
Arte, participación y politica
Chair: Tracy L Devine Guzmán, University of Miami
Conceptos transversales al estudio de las subjetividades políticas
contemporáneas: La estetización.: Mayra Sánchez Medina,
Instituto de Filosofía
Danzando en la precariedad: contraste entre dos propuestas
artístico-educativas latinoamericanas: María D Villanúa Vega,
University of Puerto Rico
Design as Biopolitics: Aesthetic Regimes of Exclusion in Brazil:
Lucia E Cantero, Yale University; Alvaro E Jarrin, College of
the Holy Cross
Fora do Eixo: Solidarity and the Positioning of Power within
Alternative Cultural Economies in Brazil: Andrew C
Whitworth-Smith, UC San Diego
Participatory Cultures and Youth Citizenship in Medellín,
Colombia: Comuna 13, the Territory of Artists: Melissa Brough,
University of California, Irvine
Discussant: Martha P Jiménez Perez, Unión de Escritores y Artistas
de Cuba
503 // CIT - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference 6
Between Transnational and Local Development: Comparing
Politics, Practices, and Place Particularity in Latin
American City-Making
Sponsor: Latin American Cities Working Group
Session Organizers: Ryan Centner, London School of Economics
Sergio Montero, University of California/Berkeley
X City (Neoliberal, Global, Participatory, Creative, Etc.): Battles of
Ideas and Sites of Experimentation in Buenos Aires, 1989-2014:
Ryan Centner, London School of Economics; Jacob H
Lederman, CUNY/Graduate Center
The Local and Transnational Politics of South-South Urban Policy
Exchanges: Mobilizing the Bogotá Model in Guadalajara:
Sergio Montero, University of California/Berkeley
Stretching and Strengthening Community Development through
Transnational Cooperation and Empowered Exchanges:
Diasporic Networks and Hometown Associations in the
Dominican Republic: Deepak Lamba-Nieves, Watson Institute
for International Studies/ Center for a New Economy
Discussant: Osmany Porto de Oliveira, Université de la Sorbonne
Nouvelle/IHEAL
504 // LST - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Flamingo D
Bolaño: nuevas perspectivas críticas
Chair: Jose E Paz-Soldán, Cornell University
Los estudios bolañianos como espejo de la crítica contemporánea:
Pedro P Salas, University of Pittsburgh
Roberto Bolaño y las formas del mal en La literatura nazi en
América: Jose E Paz-Soldán, Cornell University
Bolaño y la construcción del "pobre diablo": Carlos Burgos,
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University of San Diego, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
505 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Executive
Boardroom
CLASP Outreach Meeting
Sponsor: Consortium of Latin American Studies Programs (CLASP)
Contact Person: Keira Philipp-Schnurer, University of New Mexico
506 // EDU - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Salon del Mar
B
Casos de éxito improbable: Estudios sobre escuelas
sobresalientes en contextos desafiantes
Session Organizer: Ivania de la Cruz Orozco, Centro de
Investigación y Docencia Económicas
Enseña por México: A description of the adaptation of the Teach for
All model into the Mexican context and recommendations for
future evaluations of the program based on initial qualitative
findings.: Daniela Rubio, CIDE
Escuelas mexicanas con resultados superiores a lo esperado: El
caso del COBAO Pueblo Nuevo en Oaxaca.: Ivania de la Cruz
Orozco, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas
Educación Superior en México: origen social y diferenciación
institucional: José Navarro Cendejas, CIDE-PIPE
507 // LAW - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Boardroom 3
Ciudadanías en cuestión: entre la precariedad y nuevas formas
emergentes - II
Session Organizers: Juan J Russo Foresto, Universidad de
Guanajuato
Judith A Boruchoff, Universidad Autonoma de Guerrero/University
of Chicago
Chair: Jennifer L Johnson, Kenyon College
Ciudadanías precarias en México: Federico S Hernández
Patrimonialización y ausencia de ciudadanía: Marina inés I De la
Torre, Universidad de Guanajuato; David Navarrete Escobedo
Pobres y ciudadanía en México: ¿contribuye la asistencia social a
generar ciudadanía social?: Katya Rodríguez Gómez,
Universidad de Guanajuato
Cuba: Justicia Social y Ciudadanía en tiempos de reforma:
Armando Chaguaceda Noriega, Universidad de Guanajuato
508 // SEC - Workshop - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, San
Geronimo Ballroom C
Cuba en el hemisferio: ¿una nueva dinámica?
Sponsor: Cuba
Session Organizer: Antonio Gaztambide-Géigel, Universidad de
Puerto Rico/Río Piedras
Chair: Antonio Gaztambide-Géigel, Universidad de Puerto Rico/Río
Piedras
Presenters: Julio César N Guanche Zaldívar, Universidad de la
Habana
José Javier Colón-Morera, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Gerardo González, Interamerican University
Santiago Espinosa Bejerano, Centro de Investigaciones de Política
Internacional
Discussant: Antonio Gaztambide-Géigel, Universidad de Puerto
Rico/Río Piedras
509 // LTC - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference 5
De huellas y silencios: escrituras y reescrituras de la guerra en
Paraguay II
Session Organizer: Javier Uriarte, Stony Brook University
Chair: Federico Pous, Elon University
La voz y el concepto de “guerra” en el período francista: una
lectura de “Yo, el supremo”: Ana M Ribeiro, Universidad
Católica del Uruguay (UCUDAL)
Roa Bastos y la isla. La función histórica y literaria del penal de
Peña Hermosa en Hijo de Hombre (1960): Federico Pous, Elon
University
Guerra e repressão na memória do cinema paraguaio: Paz Encina e
Renate Costa: Adalberto Müller, Universidade Federal
Fluminense (UFF)
El vitalismo sobre las ruinas de la Guerra de la Triple Alianza:
Rafael Barrett y su lucha anarquista.: Marcelino E Viera,
Michigan Technological University
Discussant: Carlos A Gomez Florentin, State University of New
York/Stony Brook
510 // PIP - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Garita
Decentralization in the Andes: Twenty Years of Experience
Session Organizer: Stephanie L McNulty, Franklin and Marshall
College
Chair: David Scott Palmer, Boston University
Recentralización estatal en Venezuela, Bolivia y Ecuador: Felipe E
Burbano, FLACSO
Evaluating Participatory Decentralization Reforms in the Andes:
Stephanie L McNulty, Franklin and Marshall College
Exclusiones, descentralizaciones y autonomías en Perú: Las
transformaciones del presencia del estado en el Valle de los ríos
Apurimac, Ene y Mantaro (VRAEM): Jefrey Antonio Gamarra
Carrillo, member
Discussant: Cynthia McClintock, George Washington University
511 // CSS - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference 3
Democracia desde abajo: soberania popular y poder
constituyente
Chair: Emelio Rafael Betances Medina, Gettysburg College
Democracia participativa y proyecto alternativo de Nacion en el
Movimiento de Regeneracion Nacional en Mexico: Carlos A
Figueroa-Ibarra, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla
Visiones de la democracia en Bolivia: de las dictaduras (1977-1982
y el proceso de cambio (2000-2010): Gustavo Eduardo Córdova
Eguívar, Universidad Mayor de San Simón
Movimientos sociales: Un analisis politico a los movimientos
disruptivos bolivianos y argentinos: María Antonia A Munoz,
Universidad Nacional de La Plata - IdIHCS- CONICET
Building Citizenship: Social Movements and Democratization in the
Dominican Republic: Emelio Rafael Betances Medina,
Gettysburg College
The Contribution of Feminist Popular Education to Democracy
from Below in Brazil: Nathalie Lebon, Gettysburg College
Discussant: Steve Ellner, Universidad de Oriente Puerto La Cruz
512 // DEM - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Boardroom 1
Democratization and Latin America's Left Turn in Historical
Perspective
Chair: Raul L Madrid, University of Texas/Austin
"Bringing Inclusion and Equality Back in: Measuring Democracy
during Latin America’s “Left Turn”": Jared A Abbott, Harvard
University
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Leftist Populism: A “Lesser Evil” for Democracy: Selin Karana
Senol; Hakan Erdagoz, University of Utah
The Origins of Democracy in the Southern Cone: Raul L Madrid,
University of Texas/Austin
Discussant: Tina Hilgers, Concordia University
513 // LSN - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Flamingo C
Estudios literarios coloniales latinoamericanos: entre el archivo,
la memoria y texto. Intervenciones críticas.
Chair: Valeria Añón, Universidad de Buenos Aires/CONICET
En los bordes del archivo: procesos de apropiación y de
expropiación cultural en las Indias: Esperanza López Parada,
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Sujetos, identidades y figuras de autor en crónicas coloniales
latinoamericanas: Valeria Añón, Universidad de Buenos
Aires/CONICET
Cultura barroca y deixis criolla. Intersecciones y problemas en
torno al Barroco de Indias: Juan M Vitulli, University of Notre
Dame
El archivo y sus usos: de la metáfora extractiva a la crítica
poscolonial: Mario A Rufer, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana, Mexico
514 // ART - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Ceiba
Fotografía y medios emergentes en el contexto del arte cubano
contemporáneo
Session Organizer: Ossain Raggi, Universidad de las Artes
Chair: Karenia Cintra Rodríguez, Instituto Superior del Arte
Situación de la fotografía y medios emergentes en el contexto
Académico cubano: Ossain Raggi, Universidad de las Artes
Fotógrafos sin paspartús: Laura Díaz Milán, AHS
Giros y condicionantes de los Medios emergentes en el Arte cubano
contemporáneo: Frency Fernández Rosales, UNEAC
El crack, la inopia y el socialismo en el arte de los medios
emergentes: Milton Raggi Vinueza, Universidad de las Artes de
Cuba
El arte sonoro como fenómeno artístico interdisciplinario y sus
prácticas en Cuba: Yarisley Medina Abreu, National Council of
Visual Arts of Cuba
Discussant: Karenia Cintra Rodríguez, Instituto Superior del Arte
515 // LST - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Murphy 1
Frames of the Political in Recent Mexican Literature
Chair: Teresa Longo, College of William and Mary
Against Precariousness: Marcos’ Silence and the Latin American
Literary Canon: Teresa Longo, College of William and Mary
Daniel Sada’s “A la vista”: Literature, Infrapolitics, globalization,
and 'the fragility of life.’: Sol I Peláez, Mississippi State
University
El surrealismo político y la representación de la guerrilla mexicana:
David Contreras, UC Irvine
Something Rotten in the State: Sovereign Power and Rethinking the
Political in the Work of Sergio González Rodríguez: Derek W
Beaudry, University of Pennsylvania
516 // HIS - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Foyer A
Freedom and Race: The Struggles of Citizenship Building in the
19th and 20th Century Caribbean
Chair: Dannelle Gutarra, Virginia Commonwealth University
Pedro Ivonnet: pasión y muerte de un mambí desconocido: Loreto
Raúl Ramos Cárdenas, Archivo Nacional de Cuba
To Hold “as if Free”: Family, Property, and Slavery in Santiago de
Cuba, 1820-1846: Adriana Chira, University of Michigan
Toño Bicicleta como la encarnación y representación de la figura
del Bandolero Social: Breila S Jiménez, Universidad de Puerto
Rico
“Toussaint L’Ouverture’s Government: Colonial Modernity in
Saint-Domingue”: Dannelle Gutarra, Virginia Commonwealth
University
517 // LAW - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Ponce de
Leon A
Fronteras, Diasporas y legalidades
Chairs: Judy A Bieber, University of New Mexico
Hugo Renderos, Keiser University-Latin American
Sobre legalidades y legitimidades en la fronterización del sureste
mexicano: Rosa Torras Conangla, CEPHCIS, UNAM
Borders Inside-Out: Internal Contraband and "Nation-Making":
Lean Sweeney, University of New Mexico
Central American Diasporas: History Repeating Itself Once Again?:
Hugo Renderos, Keiser University-Latin American
The Intersection between U.S. Immigration Law and Guatemalan
Migrants: Policy Implications: Paul Kasun, University of Texas
at Austin
Discussant: Robert M Buffington, University of Colorado/Boulder
518 // LAW - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Almendros
Información social para la ciudadanía en Cuba. Enfoques y
experiencias de investigación
Chair: Sulema Rodríguez Roche, Universidad de La Habana
Necesidades de información para la ciudadanía en Cuba. Análisis
del sitio web de la Oficina Nacional de Estadísticas e
Información (ONEI) como fuente de información: Sulema
Rodríguez Roche, Universidad de La Habana
Las auditorías del conocimiento en las organizaciones como
herramienta de detección de necesidades de información social.:
Guillermo Salas García, Centro de Biofísica Médica
Visibilización de la información social en la blogs cubanos. Análisis
terminológico.: Elaine Pérez Sanchidrián
Discussant: Maite López Pino, Universidad de La Habana
519 // CUL - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference 10
Inside/Outside. Music and Politics in Latin America
Session Organizer: Violeta Nigro Giunta
Chair: Violeta Nigro Giunta
El tango y su imaginario. Elogio de la marginalidad como ideal de
un género latinoamericano: Marina B Cañardo, Universidad de
Buenos Aires- EHESS (France)
Of Trains, Car Horns and Cactuses. Landscape, Sound and Politics
in the Performances of Carmen Baliero: Violeta Nigro Giunta
Indigenist music: inclusion-exclusion of the indigenous in Peruvian
art music during the 1920s: Vera Wolkowicz
Musical inclusion at the intersection of aesthetics and geography:
Sebastian Zubieta, Americas Society
Discussant: Ana Maria Ochoa Gautier, Columbia University
520 // INV - Workshop - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Las Olas
Invited Session - Collaborative Indigenous and Afrodescendent
Knowledge Production Part 2
Sponsor: Otros Saberes Track
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Session Organizer: Shannon Speed, University of Texas/Austin
Presenters: Jocelyn A Géliga Vargas, University of Puerto
Rico/Mayaguez
Margo Tamez, University of British Columbia Okanagan
Christopher A Loperena, University of San Francisco
Marilyn Machado, Proceso de Comunidades Negras
Discussant: Lynn M Stephen, University of Oregon
521 // INV - Featured/Invited Session - Thursday, 6:00pm 7:45pm, San Geronimo Ballroom A
Invited Session - La colonialidad/descolonialidad del poder
Sponsor: CLACSO
Chairs: Pablo Gentili, Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias
Sociales (CLACSO)
Debra A Castillo, Cornell University
Presenter: Aníbal Quijano
522 // EDU - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Murphy 5
La práctica profesional en la formación para el trabajo social
ante los retos y perspectivas
Session Organizer: Cynthia Hunter, James Madison University
Educación practica en transición : las lecciones de Cuba: Cynthia
Hunter, James Madison University
El rostro de la deambulancia: percepción social e intervención en
Trabajo Social: Florencia Velázquez Morales, Pontificia
Universidad Católica de Puerto Rico
La experiencia del Programa de Formación Solidaria a través de
las prácticas pre-profesionales de estudiantes extranjeros en
Cuba. Logros, retos y perspectivas del intercambio académico
para el Trabajo Social: Graciela de la Caridad Gonzalez
Olmedo, Universidad de La Habana
523 // ECO - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Murphy 2
Labor market and structural adjustment
Sponsor: Marcelo Paixão
Chair: Rafael J Betancourt Abio, Univ de La Habana
"Desarrollo local e inserción externa: una mirada al tema en
América Latina.”: Mahé Sosa Arencibia, Universidad de La
Habana
"Governmental Ideological Orientation and Social Expenditure":
Héctor M Martínez-Ramírez, University of Puerto Rico/Río
Piedras
The impact of economic policy and structural change on gender
employment inequality in Latin America, 1990-2010: Stephanie
Seguino, University of Vermont
524 // SEC - Workshop - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, San
Cristobal B
Los Paradigmas Teóricos frente a la Cultura: Prácticas,
Lecturas, Reconstituciones
Sponsor: Mass Media and Popular Culture
Session Organizer: Silvia G Kurlat Ares
Chair: Silvia G Kurlat Ares
Presenters: Mabel E Moraña, Washington University/St. Louis
Mariano Siskind, Harvard University
Jorge F Coronado, Northwestern University
Ana M Del Sarto, Ohio State University
525 // SMP - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Boardroom 2
Markets and Politics after Neoliberalism: Empirical Evidence
and Theoretical Insights
Session Organizers: Tomas Bril Mascarenhas, University of
California/Berkeley
Antoine Maillet
Chair: Robert R Kaufman, Rutgers University
How the Politics of pension regulation shapes markets in Latin
America: Tomas Bril Mascarenhas, University of
California/Berkeley
Varieties of neoliberalism: a framework for cross-policy research
on public interventions in markets: Antoine Maillet
Understanding neoliberal continuity in Chile (1975-2010): two
mechanisms and a comparison: Aldo Ramiro Madariaga
Espinoza, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies
Brazilian “developmental state” reloaded? Brazilian industrial
policy for the oil and gas in the 21st Century: Yuri Kasahara,
Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research; Antonio
Jose Junqueira Botelho, Instituto Universitário de Pesquisas do
Rio de Janeiro
A comprehensive market coordination framework. Understanding
Latin American models of capitalism in the 21th century: Juan A
Bogliaccini, Universidad Católica del Uruguay
Discussant: Candelaria Garay, Harvard University
526 // LST - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Flamingo A
María Moreno: La crónica como registro de exclusiones
Chair: Mariela E Méndez, University of Richmond
“Cuando existía el Alma”: el posicionamiento de los afectos en la
crónica de María Moreno: Claudia M Darrigrandi, Universidad
Finis Terrae
María Moreno y la ética de la intervención menor: Viviane A
Mahieux, University of California/Irvine
María Moreno: Un discurso y una mirada travesti: Mariela E
Méndez, University of Richmond
Closet Engagements: Maria Moreno and the Queering of
Contemporary Social Criticism: Matthew J Edwards, University
of Missouri/Kansas City
527 // GEN - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, San Cristobal
F
Modern Professions for the Modern Latin American Women
Session Organizer: Maria Carolina Zumaglini, Florida International
University
Chair: Jocelyn H Olcott, Duke University
Teaching Modern Womanhood in Late Nineteenth-Century
Argentina: Maria Carolina Zumaglini, Florida International
University
La partería en el Estado posrevolucionario: La creación del
Reglamento General de Profesiones, Ciudad de México 19311945: Ana Cristina Rosado, Instituto de Investigaciones Dr. José
María Luis Mora
Modern Sewing for Modern Women: Paula A De la Cruz Fernandez,
Florida International University
528 // AFR - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Tropical B
Sonidos de Resistencia; Identidades musicales entre Pueblos
Indígenas y Afrodecendientes.
Chair: Tamara Levitz, University of California Los Angeles
Oración Caribe: Black Mexico in the spotlight: Erika V Serrato,
Emory University
Maelo: Mito y vida en la biografía de un ícono afrocaribeño: Rosa
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E Carrasquillo, College of the Holy Cross
Racializing Genre in Brazilian Modernism: Encounters between
Blaise Cendrars and Os Oito Batutas: Schuyler D Whelden
Constructing Vocal Models of “Sonic Africanity” in 1940s Cuba: A
Foundation for Mestizaje: Tamara Levitz, University of
California Los Angeles
529 // CUL - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference 8
Narraciones paranoicas de la enfermedad, la degeneración y el
contagio en la cultura cubana (XIX-XX)
Session Organizer: Mirta Suquet Martínez, University of Santiago
de Compostela
Chair: Mirta Suquet Martínez, University of Santiago de
Compostela
La "República enferma": mediatización y medicalización en los
inicios del siglo XX cubano: Mirta Suquet Martínez, University
of Santiago de Compostela
“El mundo de los enfermitos”. Social health, nationalism and
sexuality in Cuba during the sixties: Abel S Sierra-Madero, New
York University
Apuntes para narrar la sobrevida. Trilogía sucia de La Habana:
Martha M Montejo Pizarro, Texas A&M University; Michael
Hernandez-Miranda, Graduate Student
Discussant: Lillian Guerra, University of Florida
530 // AGR - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Tropical C
Neoliberalismo y transformaciones agroalimentarias en
Latinoamérica. El impacto de los transgénicos II
Session Organizers: Pablo Lapegna, University of Georgia
Gerardo Otero, Simon Fraser University
Chair: Amalia Leguizamón, Tulane University
Red de semillas libres en Colombia: Contesting the neoliberal seed
regime: Laura M Gutierrez Escobar, University of North
Carolina/Chapel Hill; Elizabeth Fitting, Dalhousie University
Multiple scales for contesting GM crops in Argentina and Brazil:
Renata Motta, Freie Universität Berlin
La dimensión escalar de los conflictos alrededor de la agricultura
biotecnológica: La resistencia contra el modelo por debajo del
ojo de sauron en Argentina: Markus Rauchecker, Institute for
Latin American Studies at Freie Universität Berlin
Discussant: Gerardo Otero, Simon Fraser University
531 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Thursday, 6:00pm 7:45pm, San Cristobal A
New Dilemmas of the International Financial Architecture
Sponsor: Economics and Politics
Session Organizer: Susana E Nudelsman, Universidad de Buenos
Aires
Chair: Ricardo Ffrench-Davis, Universidad de Chile
The Financial Statecraft of the BRICS: Can Democracies Like
Brazil Partner with China?: Leslie Elliott Armijo, Portland State
University
The Architecture of the International Financial System and the
Policy Space for a Macroeconomics for Development: The
Chilean Case: Ricardo Ffrench-Davis, Universidad de Chile
Sovereign Debt Restructuring: The Argentine Case: Susana E
Nudelsman, Universidad de Buenos Aires
The Crisis of Governance of the International Financial System and
its Consequences for Latin America: Neantro Saavedra-Rivano,
University of Tsukuba
What Does the BRICS New Development Bank Tell Us about
Changes in Global Finance?: Anthony P Spanakos, Montclair
State University
532 // CSS - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference 4
On Protest II: “Endemic crises and continuing protests in
comparative and transnational perspective”
Session Organizers: Sonia E Alvarez, University of
Massachusetts/Amherst
Martha Balaguera, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Ivelisse Cuevas-Molina, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Chair: Robert Samet, Union College
Occupy, Resist, Produce! From Argentina to Europe: Marina Sitrin,
Center for Place Culture and Politics, CUNY Graduate Center
Far From Post-Racial: Protest in Ferguson and Civic Engagement
of Racial Minorities in the US: Ivelisse Cuevas-Molina,
University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Las Madres de Chihuahua: Self-Disclosure and the Politics of
Visibility: Elva F Orozco Mendoza, University of Massachusetts
Amherst
A Case for Failure: from the Alterglobalization Movement to
Occupy & Beyond: Michal Osterweil, University of North
Carolina/Chapel Hill
Discussant: Jeffrey S Juris, Northeastern University
533 // LTC - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Murphy 6
Precarious Landscapes of Latin/o American Literature
Chair: Camilo Jaramillo Castrillón, University of
California/Berkeley
Desolated Landscapes: Silenced Experience in Juan Travnik's
Malvinas: Retratos y paisajes de guerra.: Ivett López
Malagamba, University of California/Berkeley
Chimbote as precarious landscape: the breakdown of vision in José
María Arguedas’s El zorro de arriba y el zorro de abajo:
Ashley Brock, UC Berkeley
The “Brazuca” Borderlands of Adriana Lisboa: Krista M Brune,
University of California/Berkeley
Amazonian Landscapes in the Times of Rubber: Camilo Jaramillo
Castrillón, University of California/Berkeley
Discussant: Julie A Ward, University of Oklahoma
534 // HEA - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference 9
Public Health and Political Culture in Latin America, 1900-1995
Chair: Carlos S Dimas, Wesleyan University
Nationalizing Mazorra: The Manicomio and Cuban History, 18991959: Jennifer L Lambe, Brown University
Public Health in Rural Rivas, Nicaragua:Poverty and Wealth a
Study in the Contradiction of Neoliberal Polities: Autumn L
Quezada-Grant, Roger Williams University
Frustration and State Failure in the Sanatorium and the
SolarPolitical and Cultural Critiques of Cuba’s Consejo
Nacional de Tuberculosis, 1940-1959: Kelly L Urban,
University of Pittsburgh
The Politics of Public Health: Negotiating Health, Citizenship, and
Identity in Revolutionary Bolivia, 1952-1964: Nicole L Pacino,
University of Alabama/Huntsville
535 // HIS - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, San Cristobal
G
Questions of Custody: Puerto Rican Legacies and Collections
At Home and Abroad
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Session Organizer: César A Salgado, University of Texas/Austin
Chair: Thomas F Anderson, University of Notre Dame
“Museos insulares”: Adolfo de Hostos and the Remaking of San
Juan as Historical Theme Park, 1930-35: César A Salgado,
University of Texas/Austin
El centenario de Francisco Matos Paoli y la(s) política(s) de
conmemorar: Maria Giulianna Zambrano, University of
Texas/Austin
A Precarious and Urgent Endeavor: Building a Premiere University
Collection of Books and Manuscripts from the Hispanic
Caribbean: Thomas F Anderson, University of Notre Dame
536 // GEN - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Murphy 7
Racismo y colonialismo en Guatemala: blancura, deseo y
sexualidad
Chair: Nancy Elizabeth Wence Partida, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana/Iztapalapa
El cuerpo como sentido y la fragilidad de las carnes: Angel
Orellana
Ordenando cuerpos: dispositivo Sexo/Raza y poder disciplinar:
Andrea Tock
Políticas del cuidado”: indias e indios a finales del siglo XVIII en
Guatemala: Marco Chivalan Carrillo
537 // AGR - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Ponce
Regímenes de propiedad agraria, crisis y conflictos en torno a la
tierra
Chair: Nazih F Richani, Kean University
El nuevo régimen de la llamada propiedad social agraria (ejidos y
comunidades) en México: Horacio Mackinlay, Universidad
Autónoma Metropolitana/Iztapalapa
Increasing Land Prices and the Crisis of the Rural Economy in
Colombia: Nazih F Richani, Kean University
Modificaciones antropogénicas al paisaje agrario en el río Nueve
Aguas en México. Siglo XX: Acela Montes de Oca
La extralegalidad y el rescate de tierras en el paisaje territorial de
Vieques, Puerto Rico: Erika Fontanez Torres, University of
Puerto Rico
538 // HIS - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference 7
Repensando los Estudios Latinoamericanos: Estado actual y
futuro.
Entre la Social Democracia y el Neoliberalismo downunder:
Walescka Pino Ojeda, University of Auckland
La “Latinoamericanización” de Estados Unidos: Un concepto para
una pedagogía de concientización en el Siglo XXI: Marian E
Schlotterbeck, UC Davis
Imagined Regions and the Struggle for Global Dominance: Why
Latin American and other Area Studies Matter: Ramona L
Pérez, San Diego State University
Discussant: Charles F Walker, University of California/Davis
539 // MLD - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, San Geronimo
Ballroom B
Retos de las políticas migratorias de los Estados
latinoamericanos: integración, inclusión y reformas. (Parte
I)
Session Organizer: Natalia Caicedo Camacho, University of
Barcelona
Chair: Elena Sánchez-Montijano, Barcelona Centre for International
Affairs
Identidad, ciudadanía y control estatal. La política migratoria
argentina en perspectiva: Cynthia Alejandra A Pizarro,
CONICET
La sociedad civil como articuladora de un nuevo marco político y
social migratorio en Chile: el caso del Movimiento de Acción
Migrante: Ximena A Poo Figueroa, Universidad de Chile
Marco legal de estrangeiros no Brasil e novos fluxos migratórios:
Ademario A Tavares
Discussant: Cristian A Doña Reveco, Michigan State University
540 // LTC - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Flamingo B
Soy el músico errante: Masculinidades, estéticas y mercados en
la música popular y narrativa latinoamericana reciente
Sponsor: FONDECYT EL MUSICO ERRANTE
Chair: Paulina Daza
Mixtape: Música, masculinidad y emociones en Ocio de Fabián
Casas, y El amor nos destrozará de Diego Erlan.: Catalina A
Forttes Zalaquett, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso
“Menos cóndor y más huemul” o el nuevo ciervo en la narrativa y
la música chilena reciente: Paulina Daza
Yo no canto por cantar: arte y dinero en Los trabajos del reino de
Yuri Herrera y Cuernito Armani de Komander: Rubí Carreño,
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
541 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Thursday, 6:00pm 7:45pm, San Cristobal C
Subjetividades precarias: Mexico en la era del neoliberalismo
tardío
Sponsor: Mexico
Chair: José Ramón Ruisánchez Serra, University of Houston
De la poesía de la violencia a la poesía de la intersubjetividad: José
Ramón Ruisánchez Serra, University of Houston
Literature and Expropriation: Samuel A Steinberg, University of
Southern California
Cuerpos impropios: mediaciones humanas y no-humanas en
algunos textos de hoy: Cristina Rivera Garza, University of
California/San Diego
Discapacidad y el sector informal: “no les compres y desaparecen”:
Susan J Antebi, University of Toronto
Máquinas de precarización: afectos y violencias de la cultura
neoliberal: Ignacio M Sánchez Prado, Washington
University/St. Louis
542 // PER - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Flamboyan
Theatre of the Real on the Latin American Stage (Part 2: Chile)
Session Organizer: Cristián M Opazo, Pontificia Universidad
Católica de Chile
Chair: Pía L Gutierrez Diaz, Pontificia Universidad Católica de
Chile
Postdramatic Interventions in the Post-Dictatorship Era: Manuela
Infante’s Reconfigurations of Contemporary Chilean
Historiography: Alexandra Ripp, Yale School of Drama
Beyond Archive: Ethics and Aesthetics of The Real in Chilean
Theatre: Pía L Gutierrez Diaz, Pontificia Universidad Católica
de Chile
Bodies that (Don’t) Matter: Theatre of The Real and Memories of
Sexual Difference (2002-1961): Cristián M Opazo, Pontificia
Universidad Católica de Chile
The Precariousness of the Autobiographical on Stage: Paola S
Hernandez, University of Wisconsin/Madison
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Discussant: Jean Graham-Jones, City University of New
York/Graduate Center
543 // AFR - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Tropical A
Titling Indigenous Territories: ambivalences, conflicts, legacies
(Session 2)
Session Organizer: Penelope Anthias, University of California,
Berkeley
Chair: Juliet S Erazo, Florida International University
Tierras indígenas en contextos Bolivarianos: Disyuntivas entre la
demarcación indígena y la expansión minera en el Amazonas
venezolano: Hortensia Caballero-Arias, Inst. Venezolano de
Ivestigaciones Cienti
Socio-territoriality, decentralization and the exercise of indigenous
self-determination: Jason Tockman, University of British
Columbia
From “territories of difference” to “ethnic governable spaces”?
Shifting visions of territory and autonomy in the Bolivian
Chaco: Penelope Anthias, University of California, Berkeley
Awas Tingni, Land Titling, and the Limits of Indigeneity: Joseph H
Bryan, University of Colorado/Boulder
544 // ECO - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Salon del Mar
A
Towards universal social policy trajectories in Latin America?
Reach, determinants and implications. Part 3.
Session Organizers: Camila A Arza, CONICET/CIEPP
Juliana Martínez Franzoni, Universidad de Costa Rica
Chair: Carlos E Barba Solano, Universidad de Guadalajara
Federalism, Universal Social Protection, and the Politics of Vertical
Policy Diffusion in Canada, Mexico, and the United States:
Daniel Beland, University of Saskatchewan; Anahely Medrano
Why is policy change uneven within countries? The case of Chile:
Rossana Castiglioni, Universidad Diego Portales
Trends and constrains to universalization of social assistance in
Peru: Nora Nagels, Université du Québec à Montréal
Reform and Electoral Opportunity: Convergence Towards Equity in
Latin American Health Sectors: Christina Ewig, University of
Wisconsin
Discussant: David Doyle, University of Oxford
545 // REL - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Guayacan
Transformacion Religiosa, Secularizarion Y Pluralismo en el
Encuentro con los Otros
Chair: Gustavo E Morello, Boston College
Campo y estrategia, la Iglesia católica en Oruro, Bolivia y en San
Cristóbal de Las Casas, México: Eloy Mosqueda Tapia,
Universidad de Guanajuato
Umbrales de la secularización en Argentina. De Perón a Francisco:
Gustavo E Morello, Boston College
Una contradiccion?:Lo Secular en la construccion del pluralismo
religioso en Cuba: René Cárdenas Medina, Universidad de La
Habana
“O Brasil é laico?” Debating Religious Intolerance and Secularism
in Brazil: Elina I Hartikainen, University of Chicago
On Earth as it is in Heaven: Constructing Difference through
Evangelizing Discourse in Colonial Latin America: Kelsey C
Moss, Princeton University
546 // DEF - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Ponce de Leon
B
UPPs in Crisis: The Reorganization of Crime in Times of
"Pacification" in Rio de Janeiro
Session Organizer: Sara Koenders, University of Amsterdam
Chair: Richard Benjamin Penglase, Loyola University Chicago
UPP na Baixada Fluminense: mercado político e violência nas
periferias urbanas: Edson Miagusko, Universidade Federal
Rural do Rio de Janeiro
Deconstructing a Miracle: Residents’ Perceptions of the
Reconfiguration of Crime and (In)security In and Beyond
“Pacified” Territories in Rio de Janeiro: Sara Koenders,
University of Amsterdam
“Na favela tá tudo monitorado”: notas sobre a reorganização do
tráfico de drogas em territórios “pacificados”: Palloma V
Menezes, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro; Diogo
Corrêa
547 // EDU - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Foyer C
Violencia y educación: universidades públicas y privadas
Chair: Emma M Zapata-Martelo, Colegio de
Postgraduados/Montecillo
Violencia de género y bullying en universidades públicas y privadas
de México: Blanca S Suárez, Grupo Interdisciplinario sobre
Mujer, Trabajo y Pobreza
Políticas públicas para hacer frente al bullying: Emma M ZapataMartelo, Colegio de Postgraduados/Montecillo
Bullying: un problema sistémico: Rosario R Ayala Carrillo, Colegio
de Postgraduados
Discussant: Blanca S Suárez, Grupo Interdisciplinario sobre Mujer,
Trabajo y Pobreza
548 // PIP - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Caribe
Welfare, Participation...Clientelism?
A balance of three decades of transformations of welfare regimes in
Latin America: Javier Vazquez D'Elia, Penn State University
Women`s organizations precarious participation in the MInistry of
Health and health policy making processes in Peru: Ruth
Iguiñiz Romero, Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia
The impact of the cash transfer program Bolsa Família on the
electoral performance of municipal incumbents: Rafael N
Magalhães, São Paulo University
Institutional Changes in the Andes, from State Paternalism to
Holistic Welfare: Martín Mendoza Botelho, Eastern Connecticut
State University
549 // EDU - Panel - Thursday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Maguey
“Prácticas en educación de adultos: Transformación personal y
social para el fortalecimiento del valor de las
organizaciones”
Sponsor: CIPS
Session Organizer: Mario Rodríguez-Mena García, Centro de
Investigaciones Psicológicas y Sociológicas
Chair: Roberto Corral Ruso, Universidad de La Habana
1. Formación humana, propuesta de valor y organizaciones que
aprenden.: Jorge Leiva Cabanillas, Escuela de Psicología
Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez
2. Comunidades de Aprendizaje y Desarrollo Organizacional.:
Mario Rodríguez-Mena García, Centro de Investigaciones
Psicológicas y Sociológicas
3. Investigación acción y comunidades de aprendizaje en
organizaciones: Posibilidades de la indagación apreciativa
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aplicada a procesos de formación de personas en las
organizaciones.: Roberto A Aristegui, Escuela de Psicología
Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez
4. Coaching apreciativo: La contribución del cambio personal y su
aporte al cambio en la organización.: Jorge Sanhueza,
Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez
5. Participación y diálogo contra la exclusión.: Roberto Corral
Ruso, Universidad de La Habana
Discussant: Jorge Leiva Cabanillas, Escuela de Psicología
Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez
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550 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Conference
3
Asia and the Americas Section - Business Meeting
Contact People: Adrian H Hearn, University of Melbourne
Kathleen M Lopez, Rutgers University
551 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Flamingo B
Bolivia Section - Business Meeting
Sponsor: Bolivia-Section
Contact Person: Elizabeth Monasterios, University of Pittsburgh
552 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Flamingo C
Brazil Section - Business Meeting
Contact Person: Ivani Vassoler-Froelich, State University of New
York/Fredonia
553 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Conference
7
Central America Section - Business Meeting
Contact People: Sonja C Wolf, Centro de Investigación y Docencias
Económicas (CIDE)
Claudia P Rueda, Texas A&M University Corpus Christi
554 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Conference
10
Colombia Section - Business Meeting
Sponsor: Colombia Section
Contact Person: Constanza M López, University of North Florida
555 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Conference
6
Colonial Section - Business Meeting
556 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, San
Cristobal A
Cuba Section - Business Meeting
Sponsor: Cuba Section
Contact People: Lisandro O Perez, John Jay College, City
University of New York
Rafael Meinardo Hernández Rodríguez, Revista Temas
557 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Flamingo D
Culture, Power and Politics Section - Business Meeting
Contact People: Jon P Beasley-Murray, University of British
Columbia
Justin A Read, University of Buffalo
558 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, San
Cristobal B
Defense, Public Security and Democracy Section - Business
Meeting
Contact People: José Manuel Ugarte, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Kristina Mani, Oberlin College
559 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, San
Cristobal C
Economics and Politics Section - Business Meeting
Contact Person: Gabriel A Ondetti, Missouri State University
560 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, San
Geronimo Ballroom A
Educación y Políticas Educativas en América Latina Section Business Meeting
Contact Person: Oresta López Pérez, El Colegio de San Luis
561 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Conference
8
Environment Section - Business Meeting
Sponsor: Environment Section
Contact Person: Jennifer E Horan, University of North
Carolina/Wilmington
562 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Flamingo A
Ethnicity, Race, and Indigenous Peoples Section - Business
Meeting
Sponsor: ERIP
Contact People: Monica G Moreno Figueroa, University of
Cambridge
Lorena Ojeda-Davila, Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de
Hidalgo
563 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Conference
9
Europe and Latin America Section - Business Meeting
Sponsor: Europe-Latin America Section
564 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Boardroom
1
Film Studies Section - Business Meeting
Contact Person: Cynthia M Tompkins, Arizona State University
565 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, San
Cristobal D
Food, Agriculture, and Rural Studies Section - Business Meeting
Sponsor: Food, agriculture and Rural Studies Section
Contact Person: Nashieli C Rangel Loera, Universidade Estadual de
Campinas
566 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, San
Cristobal E
Gender and Feminist Studies Section - Business Meeting
Contact People: Hillary C Hiner, Universidad Diego Portales
Edmé Domínguez Reyes, Universidad de Göteborg
567 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Boardroom
2
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Haiti / Dominican Republic Section - Business Meeting
Contact Person: April J Mayes, Pomona College
568 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Conference
5
Health, Science and Society Section - Business Meeting
Contact Person: Rebecca J Hester, University of Texas Medical
Branch
569 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Conference
4
Historia Reciente y Memoria Section - Business Meeting
Contact People: Alejandro Cerda García, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana/Xochimilco
Alberto Aldo Marchesi, Universidad de la República
570 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Salon del
Mar A
International Migration Section - Business Meeting
Sponsor: International Migration Section
Contact People: Sara Z Poggio, University of Maryland/Baltimore
County
María Amelia A Viteri Burbano, University of San Francisco, Quito
571 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Salon del
Mar B
Labor Studies Section - Business Meeting
Sponsor: LASA SECTION Labor Studies
Contact Person: Cecilia I Senén González, Universidad de Buenos
Aires
576 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Tropical C
Political Institutions Section - Business Meeting
Contact Person: Felipe Botero, Universidad de los Andes
577 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Ceiba
Scholarly Communication and Research Section - Business
Meeting
578 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Caribe
Sexualities Studies Section - Business Meeting
Contact Person: Maja Horn, Barnard College
579 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Flamboyan
Southern Cone Studies Section - Business Meeting
Contact Person: Fernando A Blanco, Bucknell University
580 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Garita
Subnational Politics and Society Section - Business Meeting
Contact People: Eduardo Moncada, Rutgers University
Lucas I Gonzalez, CONICET/Universidad Católica ArgentinaUniversidad Nacional de San Martin
581 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Guayacan
Venezuelan Studies Section - Business Meeting
Contact Person: Javier Guerrero, Princeton University
582 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Las Olas
Visual Culture Studies Section - Business Meeting
Contact Person: Ernesto B Capello, Macalester College
572 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Tropical A
Latino Studies Section - Business Meeting
Contact People: Virginia Arreola, Hiram College
Carlos U Decena, Rutgers University
Alexandra G Perkins, Southern Utah University
573 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Tropical B
Mass Media and Popular Culture Section - Business Meeting
Sponsor: Mass Media and Popular Culture Section
Contact People: Silvia G Kurlat Ares
Matthew R Bush, Lehigh University
574 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, San
Cristobal F
Mexico Section - Business Meeting
Contact People: Ignacio M Sánchez Prado, Washington
University/St. Louis
Yliana Rodriguez-González, El Colegio de San Luis, A.C.
575 // MTG - Meeting - Thursday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, San
Cristobal G
Peru Section - Business Meeting
Sponsor: The Peru Section
Contact People: Jo-Marie Burt, George Mason University
Guillermo Salas Carreño, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
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583 // REC - Reception - Thursday, 9:00pm - 10:30pm, San
Cristobal A
David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Harvard
University Reception
Sponsor: Harvard University
Contact Person: June Carolyn Erlick, Harvard University/DRCLAS
584 // REC - Reception - Thursday, 9:00pm - 10:30pm, San
Geronimo Ballroom A
Friends of the Kellogg Institute Reception
Contact Person: Sharon K Schierling, Kellogg Institute for
International Studies
585 // REC - Reception - Thursday, 9:00pm - 10:30pm, San
Cristobal D
Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana—
Presentación de Libros
Contact Person: Tyler McCloskey
586 // REC - Reception - Thursday, 9:00pm - 10:30pm, Las Olas
Terrace
Special Recognition Reception
Contact Person: Debra A Castillo, Cornell University
587 // REC - Reception - Thursday, 9:00pm - 10:30pm, Las Olas
UNC-Chapel Hill and Duke Consortium Reception-25th
Anniversary
Contact Person: Louis A Perez Jr, University of North
Carolina/Chapel Hill
588 // REC - Reception - Thursday, 9:00pm - 10:30pm, San
Cristobal B
University of Florida Center for Latin American Studies
Reception in Honor of Carmen Diana Deere
Sponsor: University of Florida Center for Latin American Studies
Contact Person: Philip J Williams, University of Florida
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589 // LTC - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Conference 5
Los ochenta: retornos, transformaciones, y prefiguraciones del
futuro en el arte y la literatura
Session Organizer: Mario Cesar Cámara, Universidad de Buenos
Aires
Chair: Irina R Garbatzky, CONICET
Fábrica , intemperie y museo en el trabajo del arte. (De las
imágenes de Dani Yaco al laboratorio de Andrés Denegri): Ana
Maria Amado, Universidad de Buenos Aires
1989-2000: Retornos pos-soviéticos en la ensayística cubana: Irina
R Garbatzky, CONICET
Del Instituto Di Tella al Abasto. El retorno de lo diferente en la
escena plástica argentina de los ochenta: Mario Cesar Cámara,
Universidad de Buenos Aires
590 // AFR - Workshop - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Tropical B
African Heritage and Memories of Slavery in Brazil and the
South Atlantic World
Chair: André Cicalo, Universidade Federal Fluminense/King's
College London
Presenters: Matthias Röhrig Assunção, University of Essex
Martha Campos c Abreu, Universidade Federal Fluminense
Myrian S Santos, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
591 // CUL - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Conference 8
Arte, Política y Subjetividades
Chair: Silvia Alejandra Agreda Carbonell, Pontificia Universidad
Católica del Perú
Friend, Enemy, and Everything in Between: Re-thinking alterity
with and against Borges and Schmitt (respectively): Martin F
Plot, IDAES-UNSAM/CONICET (Argentina)
Monumental art and hidden transcripts of resistance in
Revolutionary Cuba, 1970-1990: Pablo Alonso González,
University of Cambridge
Vallejo en disputa. Las resignificaciones de su imagen en la cultura
visual peruana: Silvia Alejandra Agreda Carbonell, Pontificia
Universidad Católica del Perú
Discussant: Niurka Beatriz Pérez Paz, Instituto Cubano de
Investigación Cultural "Juan Marinello"
592 // LAB - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Murphy 3
Care and careworkers. Intersectional and comparative
perspectives
Session Organizer: Nadya A Guimarães, Universidade de São Paulo
Chair: Nadya A Guimarães, Universidade de São Paulo
The blurry frontier between domestic employment and professional
care. Brazil in a comparative perspective: Nadya A Guimarães,
Universidade de São Paulo
Les relations de domination au prisme des trajectoires de vie: récits
de caregivers migrantes à Buenos Aires.: Natacha BorgeaudGarciandía
Elderly Care and Immigration: Guita G Debert, Universidade
Estadual de Campinas
Gender, state and care: social policies facing vulnerability: Bila
Sorj, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Discussant: Luz Gabriela Arango, Universidad Nacional de
Colombia
593 // FIL - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, San Cristobal E
Cinematic Defiance: The Sayable and the Visible in Nicolás
Guillén Landrián’s Archive
Session Organizers: Joaquín Barriendos-Rodríguez, Columbia
University
Jessica Gordon-Burroughs, Columbia University
Chair: Joaquín Barriendos-Rodríguez, Columbia University
The Uncanny Case of Reportaje: Projection, Historiography, and
the Politics of Doubt in the Work of Nicolás Guillén Landrián:
Ruth Goldberg, SUNY Empire State College
Territories of Circulation: Outside the Archive: Jessica GordonBurroughs, Columbia University
Los montajes sonoros de Guillén Landrián: Julio Ramos,
Universidad Andina Simon Bolivar/UC Berkeley
La mirada del otro: el documental surreal de Nicolás Guillén
Landrián: Dean Luis Reyes, Escuela Internacional de Cine y
Televisión (EICTV), San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba
Discussant: Ernesto Livon-Grosman, Boston College
594 // BIO - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Conference 3
Clean and Alternative Energies
Clean Energy and Renewables in Latin America: How are Latin
American National Oil Companies (NOCs) facing
environmental governance?: Marcela López-Vallejo,
Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla (UPAEP)
Nationalizing Nature: Brazilian Bioenergy Science in the Era of
Green Capitalism: Nicole Labruto, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology
Toward a Wind Energy Development in Argentina: A Policy
Analysis: Moïra Jimeno
595 // LTC - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Foyer A
Como mujeres latinoamericanas (1)
Session Organizer: Agnese Codebo, Columbia University
Sociedad y Esclavitud: las mujeres propietarias y las mujeres
esclavas en Naguabo, 1824-1873: Hector R Castrillón, Centro
de Estudios Avanzados de Puerto Rico y el Caribe
Memoria por correspondencia de Emma Reyes: hacia una nueva
enunciación de lo literario y lo político en Colombia: Catalina
Arango-Correa, New York University
El país de las mujeres de Giaconda Belli: ¿utopía feminista?: Mia L
Romano, Bard High School Early College- Newark
596 // CSS - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Conference 4
Contemporary Student Movements in the Southern Cone:
Organization, Identity, Strategy and Impact
Session Organizer: Indira Palacios-Valladares, Missouri State
University
Chair: Gabriela M Gonzalez Vaillant, State University of New York
at Stony Brook
Chile’s Student Movement: ‘Outsider’ versus ‘insider’ tactics: Sofia
Donoso, Centre for Social Conflict and Cohesion Studies
With or Without Them: Student Movements and Parties in the
Southern Cone Post-Transition Period: Indira PalaciosValladares, Missouri State University
Power in Student Movements: A Study of Contentious Politics in the
Educational Field: Gabriela M Gonzalez Vaillant, State
University of New York at Stony Brook
Discussant: Mary Rose R Kubal, St. Bonaventure University
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597 // AFR - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Tropical A
Cosmovisiones en Resistencia: Pueblos Indígenas y
Afrodecendientes.
Chair: Jérémie Voirol, Laboratoire d'Anthropologie Culturelle et
Sociale
Indígenas y Nación. Tensiones entre diferencia cultural e
integración a la nación en el contexto festivo indígena en
Otavalo (Andes ecuatorianos): Jérémie Voirol, Laboratoire
d'Anthropologie Culturelle et Sociale
The Authority of Dreams: Truth and Knowing in the Ecuadorian
Tropical Forest: Lisa W Carney, University of Maryland
“Écue Yamba Ó (1933): un desacertado intento en la interpretación
del sincretismo religioso cubano”: Lidia A Verson, Universidad
de Puerto Rico
598 // LST - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Flamingo A
Desplazamientos caribeños: New Literary Cartographies of the
Caribbean
Chair: Enrique Sainz de la Torriente, UNEAC
En los predios de la exclusión: la novela de las Antillas
Neerlandesas: Emilio Jorge Rodríguez, UNEAC
Memory, History and Panamanian National Identity in Melva Lowe
de Goodin’s De/From Barbados a/to Panamá: Julia C Paulk,
Marquette University
Más que mar. Experiencias complejas e identidades fluidas en la
emigración ilegal: Boat people, balseros y yoleros en el Caribe
contemporáneo.: Thenesoya Vidina Martín De la Nuez, Harvard
University
El grupo Diáspora(s): tradición y ruptura: Enrique Sainz de la
Torriente, UNEAC
Orígenes, ¿exclusión o elección?: Laurent M Guevara Santana
599 // MAS - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Murphy 4
Documenting the Latin American Diaspora and Memories
Session Organizer: Luis Martinez-Fernandez, University of Central
Florida
Chairs: Lauren E Shaw, Elmira College
Humberto R García-Muñiz, University of Puerto Rico
Migration, Reform, and Recurring “Harvests” in Documentary
Film: Lauren E Shaw, Elmira College
Who Documents the Migrant? Decolonial Aesthetics, Museo de
América, and the Internet Documentary Film: Juan G Ramos,
College of the Holy Cross
Tempo de criança: unveiling geographies of exclusion and violence:
Katia C Bezerra, University of Arizona
Photographs and colonialism: Puerto Rico 1939-1950: Libia M
Gonzalez-Lopez, Universidad de Puerto Rico Rio Piedras
Illustrating the Cuban Revolution: A Photographic Essay for New
Interpretations: Luis Martinez-Fernandez, University of Central
Florida
Discussant: Diana C Rodriguez Quevedo, University of Evansville
600 // AGR - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Tropical C
El sector agropecuario en Cuba: las transformaciones
económicas y su inserción externa
Chair: William A Messina, Jr., University of Florida
“Las transformaciones en el sector agrícola en Cuba 2007-2014.
Resultados”: Armando Nova González, Centro de Estudios de la
Economía Cubana
“Las cadenas globales de valor en el sector de la agroindustria:
implicaciones para Cuba”.: Lázaro Peña Castellanos,
Universidad de La Habana
“Las transformaciones en la agroindustria de la caña de azúcar en
Cuba y la creación del grupo azucarero AZCUBA”: Federico
Sulroca Domínguez, AZCUBA
“Cadenas de valor en el sector agroindustrial cubano. Estudio de
casos”: Betsy Anaya Cruz, Universidad de La Habana; Aniciá
Esther G García Álvarez, Universidad de La Habana
“Política agrícola en Cuba en los últimos 25 años: hacia una
agricultura sostenible y potencial exportador”: José Manuel
Febles Gonzalez, Universidad de La Habana
Discussant: Frederick S Royce, University of Florida
601 // PIP - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Caribe
Electoral Systems and Political Institutions
Chair: Ignacio Arana Araya, University of Pittsburgh
Sistemas electorales mayoritarios y la representación de las
minorías políticas a nivel sub-nacional en Perú: el caso del
Concejo Metropolitano de Lima: Carla Cueva Hidalgo,
Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú: PUCP
The reasons behind electoral violence in Peru (2010): the fragility
of local democracy / Las razones de la violencia electoral en el
Perú (2010): la fragilidad de la democracia local: Gerson
Francisco Julcarima Alvarez, Universidad de Lima
Are Latin American voters exceptional? Electoral participation
revisited, 1978-2012: Ignacio Arana Araya, University of
Pittsburgh
602 // LSN - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Flamingo D
Emergent Archives: the Phenomenon of the Colonial
Text/Archive
Session Organizers: Enrique E Cortez, Portland State University
Caroline R Egan, Stanford University
Chair: Caroline R Egan, Stanford University
Alphabetic Logic and the Amerindian Archive: the Huarochirí
Manuscript: Caroline R Egan, Stanford University
The Archival and the Classical: The 1716 Oración by Pedro de
Peralta Barnuevo: Germán Campos-Muñoz, Appalachian State
University
Apuntes para una teoría del texto/archivo en los Comentarios
Reales: Enrique E Cortez, Portland State University
Discussant: José A Mazzotti, Tufts University
603 // SEC - Workshop - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, San Cristobal
A
Emerging Research on the Latin American Environment
Sponsor: Environment
Session Organizer: Jennifer E Horan, University of North
Carolina/Wilmington
Chair: Katherine T McCaffrey, Montclair State University
Presenters: Katherine T McCaffrey, Montclair State University
Gregory T Cushman, University of Kansas
Barbara B Hogenboom, Centre for Latin American Research and
Documentation
Maria Alessandra Woolson, University of Arizona
Teresa da Silva Rosa, UVV-ES (Brazil)
604 // CIT - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Conference 6
Entre autogestión y participación: Creatividad y memoria
popular
Chair: Lee E Schlenker, Middlebury College
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The Sleek Torre and the Makeshift Rancho: Collision of Political
and Urban/Architectural Models in Caracas’ Torre David: Lee
E Schlenker, Middlebury College
Interpreting community participation in planning and projects in
contemporary Caracas: Graham Martin
605 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Friday, 8:00am 9:45am, San Cristobal B
Escritura y poder en la literatura mexicana del siglo XIX:
sistemas; narrativa iconográfica; prácticas lectoras
Sponsor: Mexico
Chair: Yliana Rodriguez-González, El Colegio de San Luis, A.C.
Los Ceros de Vicente Riva Palacio: sobre grandes hombres y algo
más: Marco A Chavarin Gonzalez, El Colegio de San Luis
La re-significación de la mirada costumbrista: el Álbum fotográfico
(1868), de Hilarión Frías y Soto: Ana Laura Zavala Díaz
Secuestro, orfandad, adulterio y muerte. Una desconocida novela de
bandidos de José T. de Cuéllar (1872): Luz América Viveros
Anaya, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Autor, autoridad y prácticas lectoras en Los bandidos de Río Frío,
de Manuel Payno: Yliana Rodriguez-González, El Colegio de
San Luis, A.C.
606 // LST - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Foyer C
Estéticas de lo precario
Session Organizer: Jason A Bartles, West Chester University
Chair: Jason A Bartles, West Chester University
Cuerpos guachos parlantes en la poesía de Oscar Fariña: María E
Campero, McDaniel College
Cuerpo reversible: Roberto Mariani a través de Osvaldo
Lamborghini: Sebastian Bartis, University of Maryland College
Park
La novela-frasquito de Luis Gusmán: Jason A Bartles, West Chester
University
Cine a lo bruto: nuevas intervenciones cinematográficas: Rocio F
Gordon, Christopher Newport University
607 // GEN - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Almendros
Género y estrategias familiares: emergencias y adaptación
Session Organizer: Lorenzo Inocente Herrera León, Universidad de
La Habana
Chair: Carlos David Solorio Pérez, Universidad Iberoamericana,
Campus Santa Fe
Mortalidad infantil y preescolar en el estado de Baja California. El
caso de madres inmigrantes: Lorenzo Inocente Herrera León,
Universidad de La Habana
Aspectos sociodemográficos - médicos de la mortalidad infantil:
madres inmigrantes, sus hijos. Frontera Norte de México:
Humberto González Galbán, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte
Ser hombre soltero antes y después de la separación conyugal:
Carlos David Solorio Pérez, Universidad Iberoamericana,
Campus Santa Fe
Hogares, personas y grupos vulnerables en la evolución reciente:
Felix Acosta, Colef
Discussant: Humberto González Galbán, El Colegio de la Frontera
Norte
608 // EDU - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Salon del Mar B
Inclusive education: cultures, policies and practices
Session Organizer: Maria del Rosario Auces Flores, Universidad
Autónoma de San Luis Potosi
Chair: Martha P Mireles Aleman, BECENE
The importance of educative inclusion within society: Martha P
Mireles Aleman, BECENE
Inclusión Educativa en el nivel medio superior. Estudio de caso
desde la narrativa de los sujetos: Maria del Rosario Auces
Flores, Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosi
Educative inclusion: reality and alternatives for the attention in
primary education: Elida Godina Belmares, BECENE
Discussant: Elida Godina Belmares, BECENE
609 // CUL - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Conference 9
Infancias, juventudes y socialización política en contextos de
exclusión
Session Organizer: Sara V Alvarado Salgado, CINDE
Chairs: Maria C Sanchez Leon, CINDE
María Camila C Ospina Alvarado, CINDE
Primera infancia y agentes socializadores: aportes a la
construcción de paz desde la socialización alternativa frente al
conflicto armado: María Camila C Ospina Alvarado, CINDE
Infancias: Imágenes y alternativas de una Existencia social y
Política frente a las crónicas del desarraigo: Maria C Sanchez
Leon, CINDE
Niñas y niños constructores de paz en Colombia: Sara V Alvarado
Salgado, CINDE; Jaime Alberto A Carmona Parra, CINDE
Discussant: Jaime Alberto A Carmona Parra, CINDE
610 // EDU - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Murphy 5
Intercultural education - experiences on teaching and learning
Session Organizer: Oresta López Pérez, El Colegio de San Luis
Chair: Anna M Saroli, Acadia University
Intercultural Education and Competence - years of experience in
teaching at two universities in Germany in Mexico: Lydia
Raesfeld, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo
Between Policy and Practice: a study about the educational reality
for Quechua-speaking students in seven schools of Calca, Cusco
and Urubamba.: Anna M Saroli, Acadia University
Native peoples and autonomic strategies in education in Mexico
nowadays.: Bruno J Baronnet, Universidad Veracruzana
Discussant: Bruno J Baronnet, Universidad Veracruzana
611 // HUM - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Ponce de Leon B
Justicia y derechos humanos en las Américas
Session Organizer: Tania Lizarazo, University of California, Davis
Chair: Elisabeth Bunselmeyer, GIGA German Institute of Global
and Area Studies
Transitional Justice, Exclusion and Social Cohesion in Postwar
Societies. The Case of Peru.: Elisabeth Bunselmeyer, GIGA
German Institute of Global and Area Studies
Derechos Humanos y gobernanza política. Análisis del problema de
regulación de la problemática de derechos humanos en
perspectiva multi-escalar y multi-agente.: Alexander González
Chavarría
Justice Beyond Borders: Plan Condor and Transitional Justice in
Argentina and beyond: Francesca Lessa, University of Oxford
Ante el cuerpo sufriente: reflexiones sobre tortura y fotografía: Juan
Pablo Aranguren Romero, Universidad de los Andes
Narrativas utópicas: vida cotidiana y activismo en el pacífico
colombiano: Tania Lizarazo, University of California, Davis
Discussant: Alvaro Amaya-Villarreal
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612 // MLD - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, San Geronimo
Ballroom B
Jóvenes indígenas transnacionales: estrategias de vida
transrurales, conocimientos, e identidades emergentes
Session Organizers: Fina Carpena-Méndez, Oregon State University
Daniela A Celleri, University of Hannover
Chair: Daniela A Celleri, University of Hannover
Las decisiones de retorno de jóvenes en Otavalo – Ecuador y la
construcción de sus espacios “rurales”: Daniela A Celleri,
University of Hannover
Transnational Nahua Youth: Mobilities, Knowledge, and Youth
Identities in Rural Mexico: Fina Carpena-Méndez, Oregon State
University
Working for the Ejido in California. Jóvenes Tzeltales Inmigrantes:
Tania Cruz Salazar, El Colegio de la Frontera Sur
Discussant: Patricia E Zamudio Grave, CIESAS-Golfo
613 // ART - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Ceiba
La Ciudad de la Vivienda Popular. Espacio público y
equipamiento colectivo en los barrios populares de América
Latina. 1925-1970
Session Organizer: Hugo Mondragon Lopez, Pontificia Universidad
Católica de Chile
Chair: Hugo Mondragon Lopez, Pontificia Universidad Católica de
Chile
La ciudad de la vivienda popular. Espacio público y equipamientos
colectivos en los barrios obreros de santiago. 1925-1952.: Hugo
Mondragon Lopez, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
La doctrina socialista de la arquitectura Una Ciudad Obrera para
Ciudad de México en 1938.: Luis E Carranza, Roger Williams
University
Modernidades conservadoras en Colombia y Brasil.: victoria E
sanchez holguin, University of Texas at Austin; Fernando L
Lara, University of Texas/Austin
Utopías Andinas, Emergencias Urbanas: Vivienda y Política en
Perú, 1948-1963: Luis M Castañeda, Syracuse University
Déficit habitacional y emergencia. Dicotomías y tensiones escalares
entre espacios colectivos y privados en 4 Unidades Vecinales de
Santiago. 1955-1965.: Umberto D Bonomo, Pontificia
Universidad Católica de Chile
Discussant: Fernando L Lara, University of Texas/Austin
614 // HIS - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Conference 7
La Huella Asiática en América Latina: Agency, Transnational
Politics, and International Identities
Session Organizer: Fredy González, University of Colorado Boulder
Chair: Fredy González, University of Colorado Boulder
Coolies into Returnees: Peruvian Chinese Destitution in the Wake of
Indenture and Acts of Charity as Community Self-Governance in
the Cantonese Pacific: Ana Maria Candela, Binghamton
University
Japonês, Brasileiro, ou Paulista?: The Japanese Brazilian
Community in the Early Years of Vargas: Andre K Deckrow,
Columbia University
Moveable Type: A Syrian Press from São Paulo and Ottoman
Constitutional Culture, 1908-1914: Stacy D Fahrenthold,
Williams College
'Beware of the Bloody Hands of the Chinese Communists': Mexican
Chinese Reactions to the 1964 Exposition of the People's
Republic of China: Fredy González, University of Colorado
Boulder
Chinese Cubans defending the revolution of 1959 - transnational
ties and the use of ethnicity as a political resource: Albert
Manke, University of Cologne (Germany)
615 // CUL - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Conference 10
La república descabezada: mutaciones históricas y literarias de
la soberanía en tiempos de globalización
Session Organizer: Guillermo Garcia Urena, Texas A&M University
Chair: Richard K Curry, Texas A & M University
La reificación del cuerpo del rey: Sergio R Villalobos-Ruminott,
University of Arkansas
Descentrar la cabeza, o de las ramificaciones de las partes del
cuerpo social: Guillermo Garcia Urena, Texas A&M University
Populismo y comunitarismo vs. democracia radical: Maddalena A
Cerrato, Texas A&M Department of International Studies
Soberanía, traducción, tragedia, o, Hölderlin en Venezuela: Jaime
Rodríguez-Matos, University of Michigan
Discussant: Ivonne Del Valle, University of California/Berkeley
616 // TRA - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Murphy 2
Local Economies: Trade and Globalization
Deuda pública, federalismo y alternancia política en México:
Héctor Alberto A Fernández Morales, Universidad Autónoma de
Tamaulipas
Estado, estatalidad y regionalismo ¿competencia o
complementariedad en América Latina?: Lorena C Oyarzún
Serrano, Universidad de Chile
Costa Rica’s CAFTA Battle: Did Political Parties Matter?: Eliza J
Willis, Grinnell College; Janet A Seiz, Grinnell College
Latin America's Participation in International Trade in a Globalized
World: Esperanza Duran, Global Trade and Development
Lógicas de consecuencia en la política exterior de Rafael Correa:
los casos de la negociación con la UE y de la diplomacia del
lobby con EE.UU.: Grace M Jaramillo, Queen's University
617 // DEF - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Salon del Mar A
Military Forces, Police and Private Security
A new regional Sparta? Chilean Armed Forces modernization 19952010: Miguel M Navarro
Checking Military Autonomy: International Forces and Militarized
Law Enforcement in Mexico and Colombia: Jacob Dizard,
University of Texas at Austin
Uneasy Partners Against Crime: The Ambivalent Relationship
between the Police and the Private Security Industry in Mexico:
Logan Puck, University of California at Santa Cruz
Private Security Companies in Latina America: a comparative study
between Colombia and Mexico: Andrea Carolina Pernett
Gonzalez
618 // GEN - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Murphy 7
Mujeres transgresoras en Cuba: cruzando los límites
tradicionales
Session Organizer: Juana Tania García Lorenzo, ICDCC Juan
Marinello
Chair: Sheryl L Lutjens, California State University/San Marcos
Mujeres en el periodismo deportivo, una mirada desde cuba:
Marilys Zayas Shuman, Unión de Periodistas de Cuba/ Editorial
de la Mujer
Las mujeres en las religiones de origen africano en Cuba: roles y
transgresiones: Maria Margarita C Castro, Ministerio de Cultura
Mujeres emprendedoras con perspectiva de género: Juana Tania
García Lorenzo, ICDCC Juan Marinello
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Mito y Realidad: Eva Caridad D Despaigne Trujillo
Discussant: Sheryl L Lutjens, California State University/San
Marcos
620 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Friday, 8:00am 9:45am, San Cristobal D
Obstáculos y desafíos del cine en Venezuela: el papel del estado
en la industria del cine
Sponsor: Venezuelan Studies
La incorporación del cine a las políticas culturales del Estado
(Venezuela, 1958-1982): Maria G Colmenares
Marketing cinematográfico de películas venezolanas: el eslabón
perdido de la industria de cine nacional soñada.: Eliana Iannece
Civile
Discussant: Javier Guerrero, Princeton University
621 // LTC - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Flamingo C
Peru and Mexico Against Old and Emerging Challenges: An
Overview of Social Unevenness and Exclusion
Session Organizer: Dayana Soto Y Caballero De Galicia, University
of South Dakota
Chair: Dayana Soto Y Caballero De Galicia, University of South
Dakota
La emergencia de las voces indígenas en el excluyente mundo de la
filmografía mexicana, el caso de El violín de Francisco Vargas
Quevedo: Armando Galicia-Silva, University of South Dakota
Inclusividad social e indigenismo a través del lente de Martin
Chambi: Nelly R Pilares Manrique, Whitman College
De la precariedad de lo moderno: repensando la violencia de raza y
género en 2666: Carlos Vargas-Salgado, Whitman College
Después de Lucía: la agudización del ‘bullying’ en México. ¿Un
problema añejo sin resolver o un fenómeno emergente de
exclusión social?: Dayana Soto Y Caballero De Galicia,
University of South Dakota
622 // SMP - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Executive
Boardroom
Piketty in Latin America
Session Organizer: Silvia Borzutzky, Carnegie Mellon University
Chair: Carlos A Parodi, Illinois State University
Inequality and Social Policy in Chile: Silvia Borzutzky, Carnegie
Mellon University
Piketty y la izquierda latinoamericana: reflexiones para un debate:
Héctor M Cruz Feliciano, CET Academic Programs
To Tango with the Vultures: Piketty, Debt, Social Justice, and
Sovereignty in Contemporary Argentina: Patrice E Olsen,
Illinois State University
Critics of Capitalism: Piketty and Latin America: Carlos A Parodi,
Illinois State University
Only the Rich Get Richer. Only in America?: Michael J Twomey,
University of Michigan
Discussant: Eva A Paus, Mount Holyoke College
623 // SMP - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Boardroom 2
Planificación, mercado y desarrollo en Cuba: proyecciones
actuales.
Session Organizer: Margarita Georgina García Rabelo, Universidad
de La Habana
Chair: jorge j mattar, CEPAL
Socialismo, mercado y desarrollo en el escenario cubano actual.:
Margarita Georgina García Rabelo, Universidad de La Habana
La actualización del modelo económico en Cuba: ¿Preservar la
planificación en condiciones de mercado?: Oscar Fernández
Estrada
Diversidad de actores económicos y planificación en Cuba:
Yordany Landa de Sa, Universidad de La Habana
French indicative planning, and planning for socialism in the 21st
century: Al Campbell, University of Utah
Lecciones de la experiencia de Corea del Sur para la planeación del
desarrollo en Cuba: Won-Ho Kim, Hankuk University of
Foreign Studies
Discussant: Juan Pablo T Triana Cordovi, Universidad de La
Habana
624 // PIP - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Ponce
Political Incorporation: Old and New
Chair: Carolina C Curvale, FLACSO Ecuador
¿Las FARC en política?: Frédéric Masse, Universidad Externado de
Colombia
Why a Pan-Mayan Party has not developed in Guatemala: Ryan
Daugherty, University of Kansas
Political Incorporation and State Institutions in early twentieth
century Latin America: Carolina C Curvale, FLACSO Ecuador
Political Incorporation in Latin America: A Conceptual Analysis in
Historical Perspective: Rodrigo Barrenechea Carpio,
Northwestern University; Isabel Castillo, Northwestern
University
625 // LTC - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Boardroom 3
Políticas de los objetos en la literatura de viajes 1
Session Organizer: Leila G Gomez, University of Colorado/Boulder
Chair: Karina F Miller, University of California, Irvine
La figura del hotel como objeto y forma en la literatura de viaje
latinoamericana.: María I Cisterna Gold, University of
Massachusetts/Boston
Subí que te llevo: afectividad y medios de transporte en las novelas
de Selva Amada: Karina F Miller, University of California,
Irvine
Ruinas, vinos y cadáveres: la materialidad de la guerra mundial en
las crónicas de Gómez Carrillo": Mariano Siskind, Harvard
University
626 // MAS - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Maguey
Practicas populares: sociedad y cultura en la era de la
globalización
Session Organizer: Nuria Carton de Grammont, Université de
Montreal
Chair: Eduardo González Castillo, CRÉVAJ
Lo popular entre paréntesis: prácticas juveniles, cultura popular y
estado en Montreal, Canadá: Eduardo González Castillo,
CRÉVAJ
Culturas pospopulares en tiempos pospopulistas. El retorno de las
culturas populares en las ciencias sociales latinoamericanas:
Pablo A Alabarces, Universidad de Buenos Aires/CONICET
Autoconstrucción: prácticas populares y estética urbana en la
ciudad de México: Nuria Carton de Grammont, Université de
Montreal
627 // SLS - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, San Cristobal F
Regímenes anti-trata de personas en América Latina en una
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perspectiva comparativa
Session Organizer: Adriana G Piscitelli, Núcleo de Estudos de
Gênero/PAGU/UNICAMP
Chair: Jose Miguel Nieto Olivar, Núcleo de Estudos de Gênero:
PAGU-UNICAMP
"Ni voluntarias ni forzadas", discusiones en torno al trabajo sexual
y la trata de personas en México y Colombia: Teodora Hurtado,
Universidad de Gunajuato Campus Celaya - Salvatierra
La campaña anti-trata y el paradigma de derechos humanos en la
Argentina.: Cecilia I Varela, CONICET-UBA-UNLA
Regímenes de trata em momentos de alterações geopolíticas:
reflexiones a partir de Brasil.: Adriana G Piscitelli, Núcleo de
Estudos de Gênero/PAGU/UNICAMP
Anti-trata y su relación con políticas brasileras de fronteras
amazónicas: una reflexión a partir de la triple frontera BrasilPeru-Colombia.: Jose Miguel Nieto Olivar, Núcleo de Estudos
de Gênero: PAGU-UNICAMP
Educating to stop sex trafficking: scrutinising anti-trafficking
trainings in Brazil and Mexico: Susanne Hofmann, University of
Manchester
628 // LTC - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Flamingo B
Rewriting the Precarious Mexican Revolution: Emergent
Practices in the Contemporary Literary Imagination
Chair: Carmen A Serrano, University at Albany - SUNY
Once Upon A Series Of Revolutions: Questioning Identities in Los
recuerdos del porvenir: Sara A Potter, University of Texas/El
Paso
El pasado y presente de la Revolución Mexicana: exclusiones
políticas y económicas en México Negro y México Acribillado:
Milvet R Alonso, University of Georgia
No todas las revoluciones son la Revolución: La Historia oficial y el
sujeto marginal en Nadie me verá llorar: Cheyla R Samuelson,
San José State University
How Not to Become a Female Corpse During the Precarious
Mexican Revolution: Assassination, Smokescreens and
Seduction in Hasta no verte Jesús mío, Arráncame la vida, and
La Tisnada: Carmen A Serrano, University at Albany - SUNY
629 // CSS - Workshop - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Boardroom 1
Social Conflict and Cohesion: Social and environmental
expressions of conflict and constraints to development
Sponsor: The Centre for Social Conflict and Cohesion (COES),
Chile
Presenters: Peter M Siavelis, Wake Forest University
Hugo Romero, COES /ICSO-UDP
630 // MLD - Workshop - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, San
Geronimo Ballroom C
Teaching in the trenches: Immigrant women sharing their
experiences in the classroom and beyond
Session Organizer: Anahí Viladrich, City University of New
York/Queens College & The Graduate Cente
Chair: Patricia Tovar Rojas, CUNY/John Jay College
Presenters: Eva M Fernández, Queens College - CUNY
Sandra Wozniak, Teachers College, Columbia University
Elena Sabogal, William Paterson University
Anahí Viladrich, City University of New York/Queens College &
The Graduate Cente
631 // HIS - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, San Cristobal G
La prensa: comunicación, agentes sociales e historia en
Sudamérica
Chairs: Maria L Johansson, Universidad Nacional de Tucuman
Martín Bergel, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Circulación transnacional de la prensa, propaganda y creación de
identidades nacionales durante la Guerra de la Triple Alianza
(1864-1870): Maria L Johansson, Universidad Nacional de
Tucuman
Cultura y comunicación de la esfera pública plebeya en la historia
larga de Chile: Chiara Saez, Universidad de Chile
De canillitas a militantes. Los niños como agentes de divulgación de
la prensa partidaria en el proceso de popularización del
aprismo peruano (1931-1945): Martín Bergel, Universidad de
Buenos Aires
Discussant: Melissa Teixeira, Princeton University
632 // LAW - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Ponce de Leon C
The Subject of Wrongs: The Politics of Victimhood in Latin
America, Part 1
Session Organizers: Robert Samet, Union College
Winifred L Tate, Colby College
Chair: Regina A Bateson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
The Victim Slot and Paramilitarism in Colombia: Winifred L Tate,
Colby College
The Victim-Perpetrator ‘Complex’: The Socialization of Police with
Violence in Urban Brazil: Graham A Denyer Willis, University
of Cambridge
Collateral Citizens: Political Responses to Crime Victimization:
Reynaldo T Rojo Mendoza, University of Pittsburgh
The Republic of Victims: Crime and Citizenship in Venezuela:
Robert Samet, Union College
Apocalypse Now! Reparations Later: Peru’s Post-conflict Peasants
Manage the Victim Industrial Complex: Caroline A Yezer,
College of the Holy Cross
633 // INT - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Ponce de Leon A
The politics of natural resources
Chair: Kevin M Morrison, University of Pittsburgh
Diplomacia pública en la crisis de YPF: recepción del discurso
europeo en la prensa argentina: María Luisa L Azpíroz,
University of Liège
Oil, Conflict, and Stability: Kevin M Morrison, University of
Pittsburgh
Política internacional y minería en México. Desigualdades e
impactos de un sistema de interdependencia: Claudia Anait
Ocman Azueta, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla
Que desafíos presentan las Transformaciones Geopolíticas y los
Recursos Energéticos para la integración de América del Sur?:
Luis Antonio A Fretes Carreras, Profesor
634 // PER - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Flamboyan
Theatre of the Real on the Latin American Stage (Part 3)
Session Organizer: Julie A Ward, University of Oklahoma
Chair: Stuart A Day, University of Kansas
El placer de historizar y la violencia histórica: ‘Retablo de
sodomitas novohispanos (auto sacramental)’ de Luis Felipe
Fabre: Jacqueline Bialostozky, University of
California/Berkeley
Historias para ser montadas: Telling Like it Is on the Mexican
Stage: Jacqueline E Bixler, Virginia Tech
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¿De qué hablamos cuando hablamos de lo real?: Afecto y
documento en Montserrat de Gabino Rodríguez: Julie A Ward,
University of Oklahoma
635 // LST - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Murphy 1
Trabajo con archivos de escritores latinoamericanos del siglo
XX: una disciplina desafiante y en desarrollo
Session Organizer: María Laura Bocaz Leiva, University of Mary
Washington
Chair: María Laura Bocaz Leiva, University of Mary Washington
Retos que enfrenta el investigador al trabajar con la
correspondencia de un escritor: el caso de Juan García Ponce:
Claudia P Albarrán Ampudia, Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo
de México
El guión cinematográfico en el archivo: Jerónimo Arellano,
Brandeis University
Las hermanas sean unidas. Las dedicatorias de Silvina Ocampo a su
hermana Victoria: Maria Julia Rossi, John Jay College, CUNY
De la úlcera y el delirio al cuaderno de trabajo: relectura del
testimonio de José Donoso sobre El obsceno pájaro de la noche,
a partir de sus diarios de escritura.: María Laura Bocaz Leiva,
University of Mary Washington
636 // MLD - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, San Geronimo
Ballroom A
Título: Retos de las políticas migratorias de los Estados
latinoamericanos: integración, inclusión y reformas.( Parte
II)
Session Organizer: Natalia Caicedo Camacho, University of
Barcelona
Chair: Ademario A Tavares
Desarrollo e implicaciones de la integración regional
latinoamericana sobre las políticas migratorias de los Estados:
Natalia Caicedo Camacho, University of Barcelona
Las relaciones interregionales en materia de inmigración entre la
Unión Europea y América Latina y el Caribe: David Moya,
Constitutional Law Department
Una carrera de obstáculos: la nacionalidad en España para
Latinoamericanos: Elena Sánchez-Montijano, Barcelona Centre
for International Affairs
637 // PIP - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Garita
Unpacking State-Society Relations in Subnational Polities
Session Organizer: Jacqueline Behrend, Universidad Nacional de
San Martín / CONICET
Chair: Jacqueline Behrend, Universidad Nacional de San Martín /
CONICET
Understanding State-Society Relations in the Argentine Provinces:
Jacqueline Behrend, Universidad Nacional de San Martín /
CONICET
Media and State-Society Relations at the Subnational Level. A Look
at Bahia, Brazil: Julián Durazo Herrmann, Université du Québec
à Montréal
Boom económico minero y cambios en élites regionales en el Perú
(2000-2013): los casos de Arequipa, Cusco, Piura y San
Martín.: Paula Muñoz Chirinos, Universidad del Pacífico;
Martín Monsalve Zanatti, Universidad del Pacifico
Cooperación Internacional Descentralizada como un Nuevo
Paradigma de Desarrollo Regional. Los casos de Brasil y
Argentina en perspectiva comparada: Maria Ximena X
Simpson, Universidade Nacional de San Martín
638 // DEF - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Murphy 6
Violencia en América Latina: Implicaciones sociales y
estrategías políticas
Session Organizers: Rosario Figari Layus, University of Bielefeld
Sebastian Huhn, University of Bielefeld
Chair: Sebastian Huhn, University of Bielefeld
Mecanismos de des-legitimación de la violencia sexual y política en
escenarios de post conflicto y violencia estatal desde una
perspectiva comparada: Narda Zoila Henríquez Ayín, Pontificia
Universidad Católica del Perú; Rosario Figari Layus, University
of Bielefeld
Tres aproximaciones a las propuestas del Estado peruano en
materia de institucionalidad y cultura de paz después del
conflicto armado interno: Maria Eugenia Ulfe, Pontificia
Universidad Católica del Perú
Construcción de la acción comunitaria en contextos de violencia.:
Larissa J Brioso, Universidad Centroamericana "José Simeón
Cañas" UCA
Trayectorias y ciclos de explotación sexual y trata para la
explotación sexual de mujeres en la Amazonía peruana.: Jaris
Mujica, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
Cuando no pasa nada pero todo puede pasar: violencia y anomia en
El Salvador: Carlos I Orellana Calderón
639 // MAS - Panel - Friday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Guayacan
Words, Beats, Life Presents The Brazil Issue: New Approaches
in Brazilian Hip Hop
Sponsor: Words Beats & Life: The Global Journal of Hip-Hop
Culture
Chair: Jason Nichols, University of Maryland
The Divergent Paths of Graffiti Institutions in the United States and
Brazil: Catherine Hufnagel
Overlapping Nations: Tension between Hip-Hop and Brazil: Bryce
M Henson, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Global Flows: New Approaches in Brazilian Hip Hop: Melissa
Castillo-Garsow, Yale University
FRIDAY 9:00AM - 9:45AM
640 // Meeting - Friday, 9:00am - 9:45am, Las Olas
LASA Award Ceremony
Contact Person: Debra A Castillo, Cornell University
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641 // AFR - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Tropical B
"Si, Hubo Genocidio," Rios Montt and Racialized Justice in
Guatemala 1
Chair: Amy Ross, University of Georgia
The Guatemalan Genocide Case in Comparative Perspective:
Lessons for the Theory and Practice of Transitional Justice: JoMarie Burt, George Mason University
Human rights protection and transitional justice: Genocide and
International Accompaniment in Guatemala: Etienne Roy
Gregoire, University of Ottawa
The Soldiers Forgot God: Problematizing the Distinction between
Ethnic and Political Groups in the Guatemalan Genocide:
Carlota P McAllister, York University
Complex Victims: Testimony, History and Subjectivities in
Guatemala's Genocide Trial: Elizabeth A Oglesby, University
of Arizona
The Reconciliation Trap. Genocide and the Power Relations of
Historical Memory in Post-War Guatemala: Berthold Molden,
IHEAL, Sorbonne, Paris
642 // CUL - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Garita
Acordes de México y ell Caribe: Música, naciones y procesos
sociales
Chair: Noel Allende-Goitia, Universidad Interamericana de Puerto
Rico
Puertorican Jíbaro Music in the Colombian Caribbean Region:
Errol L Montes-Pizarro, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Embodied «Sounds»: Musical Culture, Popular Agency, and the
Public Display of Political and Social Power in State Sponsored
Festivities in 19th Century Puerto Rico: Noel Allende-Goitia,
Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico
Reaffirming the Nation: Autogestión, Tradition and Technology in
Mexican Political Hip-Hop: Andrew Green, University of
London
Música bailable cubana y juicios de valor. Conflictos y estrategias
sociales: Liliana Casanella Cué, CIDMUC
Discussant: Carmen Caamaño-Morúa, Universidad de Costa Rica
643 // CUL - Workshop - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am,
Conference 10
Algo entrevisto o presentido. Poesía, sentido y crítica: Una
conversación
Sponsor: Department of Spanisha and Portuguese, University of
Maryland, College Park
Chair: Jaime Rodríguez-Matos, University of Michigan
Presenters: Walfrido Dorta Sánchez, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Jaime Rodríguez-Matos, University of Michigan
Juan Carlos Quintero-Herencia, University of Maryland/College
Park
644 // ECO - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Salon del Mar
A
Growth, innovation and equity: Latin America and Asia in
Comparative Perspective
Session Organizer: Eva A Paus, Mount Holyoke College
Chairs: Luis A Abugattas Majluf, International Consultant, Lima
and Amman
Mauricio De Miranda Parrondo, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Cali
Advancing Innovation in Latin America: Nationality Matters: Eva A
Paus, Mount Holyoke College
Comparing Growth Strategies and Results for Mexico and South
Korea: Jose A Romero Tellaeche, El Colegio de México
Reforma económica e inserción internacional de Cuba y Vietnam
desde una perspectiva comparada.: Mauricio De Miranda
Parrondo, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Cali
Growth and Equity: The Cuban and Taiwanese Development
Strategies in a Comparative Perspective: Claes Brundenius,
Lund University
Discussant: Helen Shapiro, University of California/Washington
Center
645 // LTC - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Foyer A
Como mujeres latinoamericanas (2)
Session Organizer: Agnese Codebo, Columbia University
Chair: Agnese Codebo, Columbia University
História, memória e imaginário nacional na poesia de Cecília
Meireles e Júlia de Burgos: Marcelo Da Rocha Lima Diego,
Princeton University
La ciudad asexual Brasilia y la crítica arquitectónica escrita por
mujeres: F. Miguel Caballero Vázquez
Todas quieren ser rubias en La virgen cabeza: Agnese Codebo,
Columbia University
Discussant: Claudia G Salazar, Sarah Lawrence College
646 // EDU - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Murphy 5
Convergencias y divergencias en la calidad, los procesos de
formación de profesores en America Latina y el Caribe
Chair: Jose Eliseo Valle, Universidad de Valencia
La precarización en el profesorado de las Universidades Públicas
Españolas: Jose Eliseo Valle, Universidad de Valencia
Política Nacional de Formação de Professores: implicações,
desafios e perspectivas: Maria de Fátima Barbosa Abdalla,
Universidade Católica de Santos
Teacher Quality in Latin American and the Caribbean: Wilson
Garcia
647 // DEF - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, San Geronimo
Ballroom A
Counter Narratives: Troubling official Drug War discourses in
Mexico
Chair: Dawn Paley, Bénemerita Universidad Autonoma de Puebla
Drug War as Neoliberal Trojan Horse (Drug War Capitalism):
Dawn Paley, Bénemerita Universidad Autonoma de Puebla
Pacific[ations]: State legitimacy and Mexico's 'War on Drugs' in the
City of Peace: Paige M Patchin, University of British Columbia
La Guerra contra las Drogas en Redes Sociales: El Ciberespacio, el
Nuevo Campo de Batalla: Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera,
University of Texas/Brownsville
648 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Friday, 10:00am 11:45am, San Cristobal C
Debates emergentes en el campo de la memoria: conflictos
políticos y movimientos sociales
Sponsor: Historia Reciente y Memoria
Session Organizer: Rodrigo P Motta, Universidade Federal de Minas
Gerais
Chair: Alberto Aldo Marchesi, Universidad de la República
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Depoimentos de mulheres sobre a ditadura militar no Brasil: uma
discussão sobre a especificidade de gênero no enfrentamento da
violência política: Maria Paula Nascimento Araujo,
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
La prisión femenina. Memorias y apuestas en el relato de las ex
presas políticas en Uruguay.: Ana Laura de Giorgi, Universidad
de la República
Memoria y etnicidad: los mapuche durante la dictadura chilena:
Alejandro Cerda García, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana/Xochimilco
649 // HEA - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Murphy 3
Drugs, Policy, and the Place of Knowledge in the "War on
Drugs"
Sponsor: Health and Society
Chair: Roberto Abadie, University of Nebraska Lincoln
Death by policy: National security as a social determinant of
Latina/o health: Rebecca J Hester, University of Texas Medical
Branch
Mapping social networks and risk practices among Intravenous
Drug Users (IDUs) in Rural Puerto Rico.: Roberto Abadie,
University of Nebraska Lincoln
Perpetuating harm: The war on drugs and the social
marginalization of drug users: Yesenia Aponte-Melendez, The
New School for Social Research
Discussant: Madelin Corona González, Canal Habana
650 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Friday, 10:00am 11:45am, San Cristobal A
Energy politics and policy in Latin America
Sponsor: Environment
Session Organizer: Jennifer E Horan, University of North
Carolina/Wilmington
Chair: Jennifer E Horan, University of North Carolina/Wilmington
Sustainable or Plain Old Development? Lithium in Chile and
Argentina: Javiera Barandiaran, University of California/Santa
Barbara
Energy Policies for Amazonia and the Zona Franca in Manaus:
Impact Assessments and the Chances of a Sustainable Supply.:
Marinella Wallis, CEDLA, Amsterdam
A Matter of Movement: Patagonia and Power Politics in Chile:
Colombina Schaeffer, University of Sydney
Discussant: Jennifer E Horan, University of North
Carolina/Wilmington
651 // LTC - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Flamingo B
Escribir el margen: la producción cultural mexicana desde lo
precario
Session Organizer: Erin L Gallo, University of Oregon
Chair: Gaëlle Le Calvez, Indiana University
Dos caras del margen: Martin Luis Guzmán y Federico Gamboa:
Isabel Diaz Alanis, University of Pennsylvania
#Readwomen2014: ¿Triunfo o fracaso en México?: Erin L Gallo,
University of Oregon
La interrupción narrativa en la Muerte me da de Cristina Rivera
Garza: Gaëlle Le Calvez, Indiana University
La verdad sobre los muertos: violencia y políticas del saber en
México: Rafael Lemus Falcon, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Ir y quedarse: la ausencia de lo transnacional en El caminante de
Eduardo Antonio Parra: Bruno Rios Martinez de Castro,
University of Houston
652 // SMP - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Boardroom 2
Experiences in Subnational Industrial Policy, Local Economic
Development, and Public-Private Governance in Latin
America
Session Organizer: Pedro F Peterson, University of
California/Berkeley
Chair: Karen D Chapple, University of California/Berkeley
Productive Articulation and Business Cooperation Policies. Lessons
from the Argentina Experience: Andres Matta, Universidad
Nacional de Cordoba
Políticas para la Innovación y el Crecimiento Inclusivo en Costa
Rica: Jeffrey Orozco, CINPE-UNA
Territorial Governance: Linking Local Economic Development and
Subnational Industrial Policies in Brazil: Pedro F Peterson,
University of California/Berkeley
Peripheral Regions, Precarious Governance: Karen D Chapple,
University of California/Berkeley
Discussant: Claudio Cortellese
653 // PIP - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Caribe
Expertise, Politics, and Policy in Latin America
Session Organizer: Isabella Alcañiz, University of Maryland
Chair: Ricardo A Gutiérrez, Universidad Nacional de San Martín
The Origin of Expertise in the Nuclear and Environmental Sector in
Argentina: Ricardo A Gutiérrez, Universidad Nacional de San
Martín
Las feministas como expertas en formulación de políticas públicas:
el caso de las políticas de comunicación en la Argentina: María
Carolina Justo von Lurzer, Universidad de Buenos Aires
A aplicação dos instrumentos desenvolvimentistas em rede na atual
Estratégia Nacional de Ciência, Tecnologia e Inovação do
Brasil: Rafael Ramos da Luz, Universidade de Brasília
¿Qué quiere decir conocimiento experto en políticas sexuales?:
Mario M Pecheny, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Uso del derecho y activismo jurídico en las movilizaciones sociales
territoriales: Gabriela Delamata, CONICET
Discussant: Matthew Amengual, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology
654 // FEA - Featured/Invited Session - Friday, 10:00am 11:45am, Las Olas
Featured Panel - Kalman Silvert Lecture: Manuel Antonio
Garretón
Chair: Merilee S Grindle, Harvard University
Presenters: Sofia Donoso, Centre for Social Conflict and Cohesion
Studies
Marcelo J Cavarozzi, Universidad Nacional de San Martin
Kenneth M Roberts, Cornell University
Manuel Antonio Garretón, Universidad de Chile
655 // LTC - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Flamingo C
Geographical Discourses and Territorial Representations in
Latin American Writing
Session Organizer: Aarti S Madan, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Chair: Carla E Giaudrone, Rutgers University
La retórica del espacio en las cartas de viaje del siglo XVI: J
Manuel Gomez, Iona College
Zeballos’s Canon: Literary and Geographic Notes in the Boletín del
Instituto Geográfico Argentino: Aarti S Madan, Worcester
Polytechnic Institute
La sublime misión del geógrafo decimonónico: proyectos de nación
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desde las alturas andinas: Carlos Abreu Mendoza, Texas State
University
Landscape Interpretation and Social Context in Juan José Morosoli:
Carla E Giaudrone, Rutgers University
656 // GEN - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Executive
Boardroom
Género, exclusión y emergencias. Miradas cruzadas desde una
perspectiva caribeña.
Session Organizer: Luis Alberto Notario Barrera, Instituto Cubano
del Arte e Industria Cinematográficos
Chair: Teresa Díaz Canals, Universidad de La Habana
Soltera en los treinta… ¿Y qué? La deconstrucción de un mito.:
Mayra Pombo Garcia
Mujeres Cineastas en el Caribe: Hacia un nuevo canon del Cine?:
Luis Alberto Notario Barrera, Instituto Cubano del Arte e
Industria Cinematográficos
Comunidad y patrimonio inmaterial: una mirada de género desde la
televisión cubana.: Maya Ivonne Quiroga Paneque
657 // LST - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Flamingo A
Honduras: Resistencia ante exclusiones imperantes
Chair: Maria Roof, Howard University
Entre exclusiones, balas y Golpes: Poetas hondureñas escriben la
historia desde sus resistencias: Lety Elvir Lazo, Universidad
Nacional Autonoma de Honduras
Naciones culturales, naciones políticas y apuestas de género en la
poesía garífuna contemporánea: Graciela E Maglia-Vercesi,
Allegheny College
Juventud y niñez migrante hondureña: Una sombra más en la
frontera: Claudia Sosa Elvir, Universidad Nacional Autonoma
de Honduras
Poesía emergente, femenina y joven, en Honduras: La resistencia
como espacio para reclamos: Marie Helene Pfaff, Concordia
University
Poesía resistente escrita por mujeres, Honduras, 2009-2013: Maria
Roof, Howard University
658 // OTS - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Murphy 1
Human Rights, Development and the Politics of Knowledge
Production
Chairs: Linda S Stevenson, West Chester University
James Beveridge
Social Development in Latin America: Issues with Theoretical
Frameworks from Above: Linda S Stevenson, West Chester
University
Human Rights and Horizontalism in Practice: Examples from the
Americas: Rosemary A Barbera, La Salle University
Otrosaberes y Otroshaceres en tiempos de Crisis y Guerras: Xochitl
Leyva
Roads to development: The Bolivian state's appropriation of
indigenous knowledge as Buen Vivir: James Beveridge
Media Reform, Communicative Sovereignty and the Geopolitics of
Knowledge Production in South America: Katherine M Reilly,
Simon Fraser University
Discussant: Rosemary A Barbera, La Salle University
659 // GEN - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Almendros
Identidad, género y raza en el discurso de poetas cubanas
afrodescendientes
Session Organizer: Francis Sánchez Rodríguez, Iglesia Católica
Chair: Hiram Hernandez Castro, Universidad de La Habana
La errancia de las suplantaciones: La escritura fragmentada de
Soleida Ríos: Ileana Álvarez González, UNEAC
Memoria, identidad y vindicaciones sociales en la poesía femenina
cubana contemporánea. El discurso afrofeminista de Carmen
González: Maylén Domínguez Mondeja, UNEAC
La reconstrucción identitaria a través de los personajes femeninos
en la poesía de Nancy Morejón: Vivian D Vila Morera, UNEAC
La matriz africana en la poesía de Georgina Herrera. Un discurso
desde la resistencia.: Francis Sánchez Rodríguez, Iglesia
Católica
Discussant: Yasmín Silvia Portales Machado, GT AC&SE
CLACSO
660 // INT - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Murphy 6
Identity Documents as a Determinant or Inclusion or Exclusion
in Latin America
Overview of Identity Documentation as a Basis of Inclusion or
Exclusion: Recent Trends in Latin America: Wendy A Hunter,
University of Texas/Austin
Register That? The Politics of Document Provision (and
Obstruction) in the Dominico-Haitian Case: Danilo Antonio A
Contreras Martinez, University of Texas at Austin
Informality and Social Rights: Balancing WOrk and Care Among
Low Income Families in São PAulo: Regina C Madalozzo,
Insper Instituto de Ensino e Pesquisa
Discussant: Gustavo A Flores-Macias, Cornell University
661 // LSN - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Flamingo D
Impresos y lectores en el siglo XIX latinoamericano
Chair: Alicia B Ríos, Syracuse University
“Realistas y patriotas: prensa y guerra durante la independencia
venezolana, 1818-1822”: Alicia B Ríos, Syracuse University
“Formación lectora en el siglo XIX en Chile”: Juan E Poblete,
University of California/Santa Cruz
“El Álbum ilustrado. Comercio, deseo y normativa”: Cecilia V
Rodriguez Lenmann, Universidad Simón Bolívar
“Rubén Darío: crónicas de luces y sombras”: Adriana RodríguezPérsico, Universidad de Buenos Aires
662 // HIS - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Conference 7
Beyond Authoritarianism: the Cultural Logic of Military Rule
and Rural Resistance
Session Organizer: Luis E Sanchez-Lopez, University of
California/San Diego
Chairs: Alexander Aviña, Florida State University
Miriam E Villanueva, Texas Christian University
Zapotec Soldiers: Military Conscription and Resistance in 19th
Century Oaxaca: Luis E Sanchez-Lopez, University of
California/San Diego
To Dream in a Volcano’s Shadows: Juan Cuamatzi and the
Indigenous Origins of the Mexican Revolution, 1906-1911:
Gerardo Rios, University of California, San Diego
Cantina Caciques: Moral Conflicts over Traditional Culture in
Somoza’s Nicaragua: Robert J Sierakowski, University of the
West Indies, Mona
A Contested Revolutionary Culture: Panama’s Military Dictatorship
and Afro-Panamanian Fights for Inclusion within Revisionist
History: Miriam E Villanueva, Texas Christian University
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663 // INV - Featured/Invited Session - Friday, 10:00am 11:45am, San Geronimo Ballroom C
Invited Session - Life at the Limits: Affliction, Healing, and
Urban Poverty
Sponsor: Health and Society Track
Psychoanalysis and Urban Poverty in a Buenos Aires
Neighborhood: María E Epele, CONCICET/UBA
Childbirth and precarity: a case study in low-income Santiago:
Marjorie Murray, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
On the Violence of Poverty, War and Recovery in Mexico City:
Angela Garcia, Stanford University
Shadows of the ordinary: death, healing, and social worlds: Clara Y
Han, Johns Hopkins University
664 // INV - Featured/Invited Session - Friday, 10:00am 11:45am, San Geronimo Ballroom B
Invited Session - Transnationalism and Globalization: New
Critical Debates
Sponsor: Transnationalism and Globalization
Session Organizers: Liliana Suárez-Navaz, Stanford/Universidad
Autonoma Madrid
Jossianna Arroyo-Martínez, University of Texas/Austin
Chair: Nelson Maldonado-Torres, Rutgers University
Transnationalism and Globalization Today: New South-South
Exchanges in Philosophy, Theory, Activism, and Critique:
Nelson Maldonado-Torres, Rutgers University
Mexican Migrant Civil Society: Expanding Agendas and Building
Transnational Coalitions: Xóchitl Bada, University of
Illinois/Chicago
665 // AFR - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Tropical A
La Lucha por la Dignidad: Pueblos Indigenas y
Afrodecendientes
Chair: Autumn Knowlton, University of British Columbia
Slavery Reparations in the Caribbean: Wilda Escarfuller, Columbia
University
Participación Política de Mujeres Indígenas y Afrodescendientes en
América Latina y el Caribe: cuentas pendientes con la
ampliación de la ciudadanía: Cristina E Bloj, Universidad
Nacional de Rosario
Me Gritaron Negra:The emergence and development of the Afrodescendant women’s movement in Peru: Eshe L Lewis,
University of Florida
Q’eqchi’ Mayas challenge and expose the limits of democracy in
“post-conflict” Guatemala: Autumn Knowlton, University of
British Columbia
Social determinants of teen pregnancy in an indigenous community
in Ecuadorian Amazon in the context of oil exploitation:
Dayuma Alban, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Discussant: Hilda Lagunas Ruiz, Universidad Autónoma del Estado
de México
666 // CUL - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Conference 8
La ‘clase media’ and urban life in Buenos Aires: knowledge,
critique, belonging
Chair: Sian M Lazar, University of Cambridge
Developing Economics: Inflation and Economic Knowledge in
Argentina: Nicholas J Davella, The Cooper Union
The Value of Money: Competing folk theories in the era of the dolar
blue: Sarah B Muir, Barnard College, Columbia University
The Meanings of Justice: Authoritative Knowledge and Lived
Experience: Karen A Faulk, Carnegie Mellon University
Union responses to stability and precarity in state employment. Why
do pay grades matter?: Sian M Lazar, University of Cambridge
667 // MLD - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Murphy 4
Latin Americans in OECD countries: A cross-country
comparison
Sponsor: MIGRALAC OXFORD
Session Organizer: Carlos Vargas-Silva, University of Oxford
Chair: Mette Louise L Berg, University of Oxford
Cubans in the U.S. and Spain: The Diaspora Generational Divide
Across Country Borders: Mette Louise L Berg, University of
Oxford; Susan Eckstein, Boston University
Immigrant Homeownership During the Great recession and Beyond:
Role of Birth Networks: Kusum Mundra, Rutgers University Newark
Effects of migration policies in Mexico: Central American Migrants
and humanitarian groups in the Mexican migration corridor:
Alejandro Olayo-Mendez, University of Oxford
Hispanics and the US Labor Market: The Role of Labor Unions:
Carlos Vargas-Silva, University of Oxford
Discussant: Isabel Ruiz, University of Oxford
668 // LTC - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Conference 5
Looking Closely at Mexico: Visual Discourse and Historical
Representation
Chair: Juan J Rojo, Lafayette College
Refiguring ’68: The Rhizome that is the Visual Discourse of the
Student Movement: Juan J Rojo, Lafayette College
¿Revoltoso, robavacas, terrorista o luchador social? La imagen del
ex militante en el movimiento armado de los setenta en México o
la disputa por la memoria.: Aurelia Gómez Unamuno,
Haverford College
Commemorating Tlatelolco, Past and Present: The Centro Cultural
Universitario Tlatelolco: Ryan F Long, University of Maryland
669 // TRA - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Murphy 2
Mapping Routes Through the Haitian-Dominican Borderlands
Chair: Kyrstin Mallon Andrews, UC Irvine
State-Making and Status-Making in the Eighteenth Century
Hispaniola Borderland: Nathalie Bragadir, University of
Southern California
Specters of Marx, Hegel, and Columbus too: Haunting and
Historicity in the Haitian-Dominican Borderlands: Robin
Lauren H Derby, University of California/Los Angeles
Sinks For the Press: Health and Hygiene at the Haitian-Dominican
Border: Kyrstin Mallon Andrews, UC Irvine
670 // MAS - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Maguey
Media, Trade Agreements, and National Security
Chair: Mariana S De Maio, University of Florida
Clash of Visions for Latin America: The IV Summit of the Americas
and lessons to face the Transpacific Trade Agreement: Mariana
S De Maio, University of Florida
Do elections help reduce the knowledge gap? Evidence from the
primaries and the general election in Argentina: Maria Eugenia
Mitchelstein, Universidad de San Andres
Back to Basics? Visual and Discursive Strategies in Cuba’s
Commercial Advertisement Practices: Gisela C Gil-Egui,
Fairfield University; Rainer Rubira
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Mass Communication as a Strategic Interest for Security and
National Defense: Ana de las Mercedes De Maio, Universidad
de Buenos Aires / Escuela de Defensa Nacional
671 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Friday, 10:00am 11:45am, San Cristobal B
Medios de comunicación en las regiones de México: violencia,
precariedades y emergencias
Sponsor: Mexico
Chair: Celia Del Palacio, Universidad Veracruzana
Estrategias de acción social para el activismo y la
profesionalización por parte de la redes de periodistas en
México: Salvador DeLeon-Vazquez
Twits rojos de la prensa sensacionalista de la Zona Metropolitana
de Guadalajara y participación ciudadana: Gabriela Gomez
Rodriguez
“¿El estado más seguro de la frontera? Periodismo, poder e
inseguridad pública en Sonora: Victor H Reyna, El Colegio de
Sonora
Los periodistas veracruzanos, entre la violencia y la precariedad.
¿cómo cubrieron los periódicos del estado los asesinatos de
Regina Martínez (2012) y Gregorio Jiménez (2014): Celia Del
Palacio, Universidad Veracruzana
Discussant: Sallie L Hughes, University of Miami
672 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Friday, 10:00am 11:45am, Ponce
Mobility, Development, and the Politics of Exclusion Through
and Beyond Hispaniola
Sponsor: Haiti/Dominican Republic
Session Organizer: April J Mayes, Pomona College
Chair: Kiran C Jayaram, Université d'Etat d'Haïti
La Migración de mujeres dominicanas a Puerto Rico y el fenómeno
de la trata, una realidad invisibilizada: Ana Alcazar-Campos,
Granada University
Tourism Promotion and Poverty Reduction in the Dominican
Republic and Haiti: Emma J Fawcett
The Personal Politics of Solidarity: U.S. Activism, the Galíndez
Murder, and Advocacy for Democracy and Human Rights:
Elizabeth S Manley, Xavier University
Discussant: Alai Reyes-Santos, University of Oregon
673 // AGR - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Tropical C
Mujeres asalariadas rurales latinoamericanas
Sponsor: GT Nº 45 CLACSO
Chair: Josefa Salete B Cavalcanti, Federal University of
Pernambuco
A participação das mulheres na fruticultura de exportação. Casos
do Nordeste do Brasil e da Patagônia Argentina: Josefa Salete
B Cavalcanti, Federal University of Pernambuco
Mano de obra en femenino, las trabajadoras rurales de la
agroindustria del Valle de Uco, Provincia de Mendoza,
Argentina: Elena Mingo Acuña
La vulnerabilidad laboral de las mujeres rurales. El caso de
Uruguay: Paola Mascheroni, Universidad de la República
Avances y bloqueos: la evolución en la situación de las mujeres
rurales en el período “progresista” en Uruguay.: Rossana
Vitelli
Discussant: Maria Aparecida De Moraes Silva, Universidade
Federal de São Carlos (UFSCar)
674 // HIS - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, San Cristobal G
Música, sonido y precarización
Chair: Cesar A Colon-Montijo, Columbia University
Sonidos vitales: cuasi-vida, escucha, y parteras Afro-Colombianas:
Jairo Moreno, University of Pennsylvania
Maelo y Cortijo: amistad, sonoridad y clave: Cesar A ColonMontijo, Columbia University
Música, história e Cultura Digital: Cacá Machado, Universidade de
São Paulo
Los ritmos del silencio en el archivo sonoro: Ana Maria Ochoa
Gautier, Columbia University
675 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Friday, 10:00am 11:45am, San Cristobal D
Narrativa centroamericana actual: Desmenuzando y
reconfigurando las identidades y relaciones afectivas
Sponsor: Central America
Session Organizer: Nanci L Buiza, Swarthmore College
Chair: Nanci L Buiza, Swarthmore College
Lucha y resistencia: las relaciones de género en la literatura
femenina hondureña contemporánea: Leda C Lozier, University
Of Georgia
Desmenuzando el afecto maternal en la obra de Jacinta Escudos:
Nanci L Buiza, Swarthmore College
El gato y la desobediente palabra: Sobre otras formas de ex-militar,
ser y migrar en la narrativa centroamericana de la diáspora:
Oriel M Siu, University of Puget Sound
676 // CIT - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Conference 6
Nuevas y viejas formas de exclusión: entre segregación y
gentrificación
Chair: César M Fuentes Flores, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte
City and Social Exclusion: The Analysis of the Spatial Relationship
Between Residential Segregation and Accessibility to the
Employment Center in Ciudad Juarez, Chih. Mexico (20002004).: César M Fuentes Flores, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte
Creative interventions in the Latin American city: Exploring
culture-led urban regeneration from below: Maria C Dinardi,
City University London
Exclusión, transformación y conflictos en el Centro Histórico de
Lima: Manuel Cesar Dammert Guardia, COLMEX
Gentrificación del Estado: Los Barrios Cerrados como Agentes
Urbanos Clave en la Comunidad Política Local.: Karina M
Retamal
677 // REL - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Guayacan
Obliged by Powerful Others: Reciprocity and Obligation in
Indigenous South-America
Chairs: Minna Opas, University of Turku
Giovanna Bacchiddu, Pontificia Universidad Catolica
Caring Duties, Moral Obligations: The Social Life of Biomedicine
in the Protestant Missions of Suriname.: Vanessa Elisa Grotti,
Oxford University
Revenge and forgiveness among the Palikur people: thinking about
the limits of reciprocity: Artionka Capiberibe, Unicamp
Dreaming faith into being: Relations of reciprocity among
Indigenous Yine Christians: Minna Opas, University of Turku
The Obligations of Life in Apiao, Chiloé: Giovanna Bacchiddu,
Pontificia Universidad Catolica
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678 // DEM - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Boardroom 1
Policing, Public Insecurity, and Human Rights: Challenges for
Contemporary Democracies
Chairs: Mary Fran T Malone, University of New Hampshire
Ryan E Carlin, Georgia State University
The Determinants of Public Support for Militarizing Domestic
Security: Evidence from the AmericasBarometer: Orlando J
Perez, Millersville University
Learning to Protect and Serve in Latin America: Building
Relationships between Police and the Communities They Serve:
Mary Fran T Malone, University of New Hampshire
The Political Impact of the Police in Latin America: Jose Miguel
Cruz Alas, Florida International University
Institutions, Incentives, and Attitudes: Transforming Police
Responsiveness to Violence against Women: Shannon Drysdale
Walsh, University of Minnesota Duluth
Crime, Violence, and Public Support for the Restriction of Human
Rights in Latin America: Krystin Krause, Northern Arizona
University
Discussant: Jonathan T Hiskey, Vanderbilt University
679 // ART - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Ceiba
Politics and Representation in Latin/o American Art and Visual
Culture
Chair: Nancy Deffebach, Independent Scholar
Political Animals: Débora Arango's political paintings of the 1950s:
Nancy Deffebach, Independent Scholar
“Exílio artístico”? Artistas Visuais brasileiros nos Estados Unidos
durante o regime militar: Daria G Jaremtchuk, Universidade de
São Paulo
Cultura and the Counsel of Roberto Burle Marx: Catherine Seavitt
Nordenson, The City College of New York
Ink Bleeds in Latino Philadelphia: Tatiana Reinoza, University of
Texas at Austin
Discussant: Claudia Calirman, John Jay College
680 // BIO - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Conference 3
Politics of Knowledge Production in Resource Conflicts
Session Organizers: Emily R Billo, Goucher College
Teresa A Velasquez, California State University/San Bernardino
Chair: Emily R Billo, Goucher College
Knowledge production in recurring struggles: The U´wa victory in
Colombia ten years later: Ximena S Warnaars, University of
Manchester
‘Clean water and cultural survival’: Knowledge production,
extraction and exclusion in the Ecuadorian Amazon: Amelia M
Fiske, University of North Carolina/Chapel Hill
Meaning Making and Membership in the Mangroves: Knowledge
Production and the Politics of Participation in Coastal Ecuador:
Christine M Beitl, University of Maine
Sovereign Subjects: Ethnographic Refusal and the Politics of
Returning Research to Anti-mining Activists: Teresa A
Velasquez, California State University/San Bernardino
Everyday spaces of knowledge production: Mining and opposition
movements in Ecuador’s Zona de Íntag: Emily R Billo, Goucher
College
Discussant: Diane M Nelson, Duke University
681 // LTC - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Boardroom 3
Políticas de los objetos en la literatura de viajes. Parte 2
Session Organizer: Karina F Miller, University of California, Irvine
Chair: Nina Gerassi-Navarro, Tufts University
El objeto y el aura en Paisajes Peruanos de José de la Riva Agüero:
Enrique M Bernales Albites, Arkansas State University
Iteración y cambio: las calaveras de Prescott: Nina GerassiNavarro, Tufts University
Objetos etnográficos en la vida y obra de Alejo Carpentier”:
Charlotte W Rogers, George Mason University
Los viajes de Humboldt, sus instrumentos de medición científica y el
transporte de objetos.: Leila G Gomez, University of
Colorado/Boulder
682 // HUM - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Ponce de Leon
B
Racism and Genocide. Theory, Law and Views from Latin
America
Session Organizer: Olivia J Gall, Universidad Nacional Autónoma
de México
Chair: Olivia J Gall, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
What is genocide?: A matter of law or social discourse: Ximena M
Medellin, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas
Etnización y des-etnización del racismo y el genocidio en América
Latina: Jorge Ramon Gonzalez-Ponciano, Universidad Nacional
Autónoma de México
Entre sacralización, banalización y las posibilidades de
elaboración: Reflexiones en torno a una re-politización del
concepto de genocidio: Stephanie Roberta Graf, Universidad
Nacional Autonomoa de Mexico
Genocidio y justicia legal en Guatemala: El caso Ríos Montt: Maira
I Benítez Jiménez, Flacso-México
Forced sterilization in Perú between 1995 and 2000, a form of
genocide: Lucia I Stavig, University of Lethbridge
Discussant: Antonio Sérgio A Guimarães, Universidade de São
Paulo
683 // CUL - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Conference 9
Representing the Violent Past from a Postmemorial Position in
Argentina and Peru
Session Organizer: Olga M Gonzalez-Castaneda, Macalester
College
Chair: Margarita Saona, University of Illinois/Chicago
La lucha armada y la militancia clandestina en el cine de los hijos
Argentinos: Ana Laura Ros, Binghamton University
The Infinite and the Intimate: Tununa Mercado’s Monumental Ruins
and Scales of Memory: Katharine G Trostel
Post memoria, exilio y estigma : Experiencias del cine documental
sobre violencia política en Perú realizadas por hijos y parientes
de militantes de Sendero Luminoso y el MRTA: Karen P Bernedo
Morales, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru
Transmisión intergeneracional en la escenificación de la masacre
de Accomarca en Perú: Renzo Aroni Sulca, University of
California Davis
“Remembering” the Suffering of Others: Male and Middle-class
subjectivities in the Visual Arts of Postgeneration artists in
Peru: Olga M Gonzalez-Castaneda, Macalester College
Discussant: Susana M Kaiser, University of San Francisco
684 // CSS - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Conference 4
Social movements and the use of Internet
Chair: Roberto Vélez Vélez, SUNY-New Paltz
New Media & Cidadania: Social Movements & Materiality in
Contemporary Brazil: Gustavo S Azenha, Columbia University
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The Internet as contentious infrastructure in contemporary Ecuador:
María José Calderón, Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias
Sociales, Ecuador
Videoactivismo online, nativos digitales y movimiento estudiantil
chileno: la experiencia de los estudiantes secundarios: Patricia
Pena, Universidad de Chile
Mapping the Cuban Blogosphere: Elaine Díaz Rodríguez,
Universidad de La Habana
685 // LST - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Foyer C
Sujetos indóciles y la immigracion en la literatura moderna y
postmoderna
Chair: Axel Presas, University of Wisconsin/Madison
Monstruosidades en la narrativa del Cono Sur latinoamericano a
comienzos del siglo XX.: Nicolas E Roman Gonzalez,
Universidad de Chile
Conspiracy or Lamentation? Literary Representations of the
Nineteenth-Century Race Wars in Post-Revolutionary Mexico:
Sarah M West, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Postmodernismo, crisis e inmigración en Argentina: la estética de lo
popular y el sentido de la Negritud en el realismo atolondrado
de Washington Cucurto: Axel Presas, University of
Wisconsin/Madison
686 // INT - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Ponce de Leon
A
The ALBA-TCP at Ten: Assessing its Impact and Influence in
Latin America and the Caribbean
Session Organizer: Asa K Cusack, Institute of Latin American
Studies, University of London
Chair: Asa K Cusack, Institute of Latin American Studies,
University of London
ALBA without the TCP: Why Does the “Unimplementation” of the
People’s Trade Agreement Matter?: Asa K Cusack, Institute of
Latin American Studies, University of London
El exitoso ocaso del ALBA: réquiem para el último vals
tercermundista: daniele benzi, UASB
South-South development cooperation and Latin AmericanCaribbean Convergence: the ALBA-TCP/PetrocaribeCARICOM-MERCOSUR ‘Complementary Economic Zone’:
Thomas Muhr, Friedrich_Alexander University ErlangenNuremberg
El ALBA como factor de divergencia regional: Andrés Serbin,
Coordinadora Regional de Investigaciones Económicas y
Sociales
687 // FIL - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, San Cristobal E
The Material of Memory: Latin American Documentary and
the Task of Remembering
Session Organizers: Gustavo P Furtado, Duke University
Andréa F França Martins, Pontifícia Universidade Católica, Rio de
Janeiro
Chair: Antonio D Gómez, Tulane University
Toward a Film Micology: Alamar or the Biodeterioration of the
Cinematic City: Juan Carlos Rodríguez, Georgia Institute of
Technology
In Visible Pasts: Affect and Haunting in Documentary Films: Kaitlin
M Murphy, University of Arizona
Objects and Memory in the Cinema of Andrés di Tella: Gustavo P
Furtado, Duke University
Imagens retomadas da cidade contemporânea: memória, cinema e
arquivo: Andréa F França Martins, Pontifícia Universidade
Católica, Rio de Janeiro
688 // LAW - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Ponce de Leon
C
The Subject of Wrongs: The Politics of Victimhood in Latin
America, Part 2
Session Organizers: Robert Samet, Union College
Austin G Zeiderman, London School of Economics and Political
Science
Chair: Thomas Blom Hansen, Stanford University
Threads of Hope: Mending the Social Fabric in Mexico: Ana
Villarreal, University of California/Berkeley
Victims and their Properties: Land Restitution and Victimhood in
Colombia: Meghan L Morris, University of Chicago
Visibility and Victimhood in Colombia: Austin G Zeiderman,
London School of Economics and Political Science
From “black communities” to “Afro-desplazados:” the limits and
possibilities of victimized blackness in Colombia: Roosbelinda
Cárdenas González, Hampshire College
Discussant: Thomas Blom Hansen, Stanford University
689 // EDU - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Salon del Mar
B
Una mirada global y comparativa a la inclusión y exclusión en
educación básica
Chair: Maria Cosso, Educacion2020
How are global norms translated into domestic policy? An analysis
of curricular autonomy in Colombian secondary education:
Claudia Milena Diaz Rios, McMaster University
Las dos caras de la moneda: obligatoriedad y deserción escolar,
Argentina y Chile en perspectiva comparada.: Maria Cosso,
Educacion2020
Perspectiva constitucional y legislativa de las reformas educativas:
Puerto Rico, Argentina y México, década 1990: Amarilis
Cintron-Lopez, University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus
690 // PER - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Flamboyan
Violent Acts/Acting Violent: Crisis and Emergency in Latin
American Theatre and Performance
Chair: Solimar Otero, Louisiana State University
Against (liberal) heroism: Remembering the narcoguerra in
Matthew Paul Olmos’ so go the ghosts of Mexico: Patricia A
Ybarra, Brown University
Terror, Trauma, and the U.S. Military: Viewing the Wars in Iraq
and Afghanistan from the Mexican Stage: Jimmy A Noriega,
The College of Wooster
Drag Divas Holding Court in Sexile: Putting Surveillance,
Censorship, and Homophobia on Trial in Dumé Grupo Estudio's
La Faramalla: Eric Mayer-Garcia, Louisiana State University
691 // GEN - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Murphy 7
Women and Health in Latin America; the Exclusion/Inclusion
paradox
Session Organizers: Gabriela Alvarez Minte
Lieta Vivaldi, Goldsmiths, University of London
The marginalization of women’s health in Latin America: Jasmine
Gideon, Birkbeck, University of London
Universal Health Care and Neoliberal Reforms: The Case of Brazil:
Marianna V Leite, Birkbeck, University of London
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Conservative Backlashes to Womens Bodily Integrity in Latin
America; The Case of Chile: Gabriela Alvarez Minte
The prohibition of abortion in Chile and strategies of resistance:
Lieta Vivaldi, Goldsmiths, University of London
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692 // AFR - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Tropical B
"Si, Hubo Genocidio," Rios Montt and Racialized Justice in
Guatemala 2
Chair: Alison D Crosby, York University
Bonesetting: The Algebra of Genocide: Diane M Nelson, Duke
University
Surviving in the Margins of a Genocide Case: Karine Vanthuyne,
University of Ottawa
Pasts and Futures of Genocidio and Justicia at the Universidad de
San Carlos: Heather Vrana, Southern Connecticut State
University
Geographies of Justice: The Rios Montt trial and Universal
Jurisdiction: Amy Ross, University of Georgia
693 // LTC - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Boardroom 3
A 15 años de Santiago: "Afrodescendientes" y literatura
Session Organizer: Silvia Valero, Universidad de Cartagena,
Colombia
Chair: Silvia Valero, Universidad de Cartagena, Colombia
Literatura y "afrodescendencia": Silvia Valero, Universidad de
Cartagena, Colombia
La actualidad del cimarronaje y la afrodescendencia para la
literatura no-hispana del Caribe /: Ineke W Phaf-Rheinberger,
Humboldt University at Berlin
Situando a Charlie “Bird” Parker entre Julio Cortázar y Juan
Montaño. Una lectura de pertenencias: Michael H
Handelsman, University of Tennessee
694 // GEN - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San Cristobal F
Aperturas emancipatorias frente a las violencias en/desde
América Latina
Session Organizer: Marisa G Ruiz Trejo, Universidad Autónoma de
Madrid
Chairs: Marisa G Ruiz Trejo, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Mariana Prandini Fraga Assis, The New School for Social Research
A violência contra a mulher na Corte Interamericana de Direitos
Humanos: Aberturas disruptivas em um discurso global
homogeneizante: Mariana Prandini Fraga Assis, The New
School for Social Research
Relatos de mujeres guerrilleras en las transiciones de Argentina y
Colombia: Eva Sol Lopez Zwaig, Universidad de los Andes
Violence against unaccompanied and separated children in
Immigration detention: Maricelly Malave, Universidad Para la
Paz, Costa Rica
Sujetos/sujetados de la identidad “latina”: violencias y resistencias
simbólicas en las radios comerciales migrantes en Madrid.:
Marisa G Ruiz Trejo, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Cuando la vida se vuelve canción: las luchas cantadas de mujeres
afrocolombianas desplazadas y la reconfiguración del espacio
publico en Bogotá.: Laura Vargas Pulido
Discussant: Luzia Margareth M Rago, Universidade Estadual de
Campinas
695 // HEA - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Ponce
Applying Anthropology to Latin American Healthscapes
Chair: Isa Rodriguez-Soro, University of Akron
Hablando sobre peso, insatisfacción y estigmatización en tres
generaciones de mujeres: Isa Rodriguez-Soro, University of
Akron
Las dinámicas sociales de comida y tuberculosis en comunidades
indígenas en Paraguay: Amanda VanSteelandt, Arizona State
University
"An Ugly Paradise": Examining the Effect of Puerto Rico's Political
Status on Diabetes, Depression, and Obesity in Puerto Rico:
Shir Lerman, University of Connecticut
La Cultura o La Estructura: Women and Physicians Cultural
Knowledge of Breast Cancer in Puerto Rico: June Carrington,
University of Florida
Incluyendo la violencia doméstica en la agenda de salud: Ana María
Mercado Casillas, Universidad de Puerto Rico
696 // LTC - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference 5
CUBA: Cultura literaria desde el Período especial. Políticas,
gestión institucional, alternativas, poéticas
Session Organizer: Pablo Argüelles Acosta, Instituto de Literatura y
Lingüística
Cultura literaria: políticas, conflictos y alternativas: Pablo
Argüelles Acosta, Instituto de Literatura y Lingüística
De la cancelación al hipertexto: Las publicaciones periódicas
culturales en Cuba: Roberto Rodríguez Reyes, Instituto de
Literatura y LinguÌstica "José A. Portuondo Valdor"
Crisis y oportunidad: Gestión del patrimonio bibliográfico en la
Oficina del Historiador La Habana durante el Período Especial:
Grisel Terrón Quintero, Oficina del Historiador de la Ciudad de
La Habana
Sanción, retribución y legitimación en tiempos de crisis: dos
décadas de concursos y premios literarios: Patricia Quintana
Lantigua, Instituto de Literatura y Lingüística
Instituciones, publicaciones, sujetos: la cultura literaria cubana en
el contexto de las relaciones hispano–cubanas: Elena Adell,
University of North Carolina/Asheville
Discussant: Leda C Lozier, University Of Georgia
697 // CUL - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference 10
Cidadania, políticas e direitos culturais em contextos pluri-etrans-étnicos
As correntes do BULOL (Guiné-Bissau): representações
contemporâneas da escravidão entre Brasil e África: Myrian S
Santos, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
From race or color to race and color? Racial and color identities
among students at the University of the State of Rio de Janeiro
(UERJ): André Cicalo, Universidade Federal Fluminense/King's
College London
Literatura Negra e Tradução: desafios, transposições culturais e
relações de Poder: Maria Aparecida Ferreira de Andrade
Salgueiro, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
Racialization, Law, and the Politics of Inequality in the Quilombos
of Alcântara, Maranhão: Sean T Mitchell, Rutgers
University/Newark
698 // LTC - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Flamingo B
Critical and Theoretical Approaches to Counter-Cultural
Movements in Mexico: the sixties and seventies
Session Organizer: Pedro A Palou, Tufts University
Chair: Adela E Pineda-Franco, Boston University
Of Jipitecas, Onderos, and Intelectuales: Countercultural Theory in
Mexico: Brian L Price, Brigham Young University
La visión contracultural de Raymundo Gleyzer y México.: Adela E
Pineda-Franco, Boston University
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The Challenge of Religion and Counterculture in Mexican
Literature: Vicente Leñero’s Oeuvre: Rebecca Janzen, Bluffton
University
José Revueltas, recordar lo no ocurrido. Una política de 68: Pedro
A Palou, Tufts University
699 // DEM - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Boardroom 1
Cuba: hacia una nueva Constitución
Chair: Amalia Pérez Martín, Universidad de la Habana
La necesidad de una nueva constitución para Cuba: el enfoque
técnico y el enfoque político.: Julio Antonio Fernández Estrada,
Universidad de la Habana
La democracia postergada. Constitución, ciudadanía y pluralismo
en Cuba: Rafael E Rojas Gutiérrez, Centro de Investigación y
Docencia Económicas (CIDE)
Tensiones e incompatibilidades entre política, reforma económica y
Derecho en Cuba: La necesidad de una nueva Constitución.:
Amalia Pérez Martín, Universidad de la Habana
La Constitución de 1940: una reinterpretación: Julio César N
Guanche Zaldívar, Universidad de la Habana
Discussant: Jorge I Domínguez, Harvard University
700 // MAS - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Maguey
Cyberspace, Gender, and Multimedia
Chair: Tricia J Gray, University of Louisville
Gendering the Digital Divide: Evidence from Latin America: Tricia
J Gray, University of Louisville; Jason Gainous, University of
Louisville
Imagen de América Latina en la Industria de los Videojuegos: Roy
D González Sancho, researcher
Los retos de la enseñanza del periodismo en tiempos multimedia:
Lourdes Lugo-Ortiz, Universidad de Puerto Rico
TIC: prácticas emergentes en Cuba.: Yaima Rodríguez Turiño
Discussant: Annet Martínez Hernández, Cubavisión Internacional
701 // SEC - Workshop - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San
Cristobal A
Del campo a la mesa: descampesinización/recampesinización y
sistemas alimentarios alternativos en el Caribe
Contemporáneo
Sponsor: Food, Agriculture and Rural Studies
Session Organizer: Nashieli C Rangel Loera, Universidade Estadual
de Campinas
Presenters: Ian P Roig
Benacio Borges
Robinson Rodríguez Pérez, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Mario Barragan, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Melissa Fuster, NYU Steinhardt School
Gustavo Setrini, New York University
702 // GEN - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Foyer A
Delirios, exclusiones, silencios y contrariedades: (re)visitando
textos de escritoras latinoamericanas
Sponsor: Universidad del Turabo
Chair: René Rodríguez Ramírez, Universidad del Turabo
La mirada cuestionadora e irreverente en Un libro quemado de
Alfonsina Storni: Luz N Lebron
De contrariedades y exclusiones: las respuestas de Sor Juana Inés
de la Cruz: Lorna I Polo-Alvarado, Universidad del Turabo
El cantar de Eros: música y deliro en La última noche que pasé
contigo de Mayra Montero: René Rodríguez Ramírez,
Universidad del Turabo
La poética del silencio en Alejandra Pizarnik: Beatriz CruzSotomayor, Universidad del Turabo
703 // HIS - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference 7
Modernization in the Americas: in search of Judicial, Political
and Urban Normality
Session Organizers: Annick Lempérière, Université Paris I
Pantheon-Sorbonne
Susana Romero Sanchez, Cornell University
Chair: Mary Roldán, Hunter College
Tribunales Supremos: control político y discurso jurídico en la
construcción de los Estados americanos (siglo XIX): Carlos
Garriga, University of the Basque Country
The search for judicial independence in XIX Century Brazil: José
Reinaldo de Lima Lopes, University of São Paulo
From Rural Improvement to Urban Development: Housing as a
Tool for Modernization in Colombia: Susana Romero Sanchez,
Cornell University
Whose Juridical Normality?: The Struggle for the Constitution in
the Creation of the National Front: Diana C Andrade Melgarejo,
Princeton University
704 // SLS - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Flamboyan
Dissident Sexualities, Culture and State in Late Socialist Cuba
Chair: Lourdes Martínez-Echazábal, University of California/Santa
Cruz
Queer (Im)possibilities in Cuba I: Lourdes Martínez-Echazábal,
University of California/Santa Cruz
Sexualidad, colonialidad y mercado a partir de los 90: Ana Serra,
American University
En busca de Estraven III. Homofobia, feminismo y
(homo)sexualidades en la ciencia ficción cubana del siglo XXI:
Yasmín Silvia Portales Machado, GT AC&SE CLACSO
Queer (Im)possibilities in Cuba II: Amy C Lind, University of
Cincinnati
705 // LTC - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Flamingo C
Editores, escritores y críticos ante el mercado latinoamericano
de bienes culturales
Session Organizer: Benjamin S Johnson, Columbia University
Chair: Benjamin S Johnson, Columbia University
Tabloid Journalism and the Avant-Garde in José Antonio Osorio
Lizarazo’s El Criminal.: Benjamin S Johnson, Columbia
University
De la jungla del inconsciente al mercado cultural: Aldo Pellegrini,
1928-53: Guido Herzovich, Columbia University
Figuraciones del No: el editor como dictador en la voz de un poeta
maldito: José S Muniz Jr, University of São Paulo
Mercado capitalista, mercado literario: estrategias de enunciación
y posicionamiento en los Zorros de Arguedas: Edward M
Chauca, West Virginia University
706 // FIL - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San Cristobal E
Emplazamiento y desplazamiento del rol de género en el cine de
Latinoamérica
Session Organizer: Dorian Lugo-Bertrán, Universidad de Puerto
Rico
La narrativa freudiana de la feminidad y el corporativismo en el
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cine clásico latinoamericano: Paul A Schroeder Rodríguez,
Northeastern Illinois University
Las coronas de Sara García: el rechazo de su abnegación y el
rescate de su afecto: Isabel Arredondo, State University of New
York
Misterios dolorosos de José Rodríguez Soltero: Dorian LugoBertrán, Universidad de Puerto Rico
707 // BIO - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference 3
Environmental Governance Trends in Latin America:
Resources, Conflicts and Exclusion/Inclusion
Session Organizer: Barbara B Hogenboom, Centre for Latin
American Research and Documentation
Chair: Benedicte Bull, University of Oslo
Gobernanza ambiental posneoliberal en Ecuador y Bolivia: Pablo
Roberto Andrade, Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar
Extractivism and socio-environmental inequalities: Barbara Göbel,
Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut
Competing cosmographies and territorializing projects around El
Mirador Mine, Ecuador: Karolien v van Teijlingen, Centre for
Latin American Research and Documentation (CEDLA)
Is climate change engaging governors in forest policies? Evidence
from Brazilian Amazonia: Fabiano Toni, Universidade de
Brasília
708 // LST - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Flamingo A
Estados de emergencia en la narrativa peruana
Session Organizer: Anibal González, Yale University
Chair: Anibal González, Yale University
Bandolerismo y memoria popular: La emergencia de Luis Pardo en
dos novelas peruanas recientes: Javier E García Liendo,
Washington University in Saint Louis
La novela y el intelectual comprometido en Miguel Gutiérrez:
Mariana C Melo-Vega, Yale University
Emergencias de lo sobrenatural, emergencias de otra historia:
Marie E Escalante, University of Pennsylvania
Instrucciones para leer literatura emergente: Lecciones para un
niño que llega tarde (2011) de Carlos Yushimito: Anibal
González, Yale University
709 // LAT - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Murphy 4
Ethnographic Approaches to Latina/o Labor Issues, Consumer
Practices, and Organizing
Chair: Veronica Montes, University of Southern California
Californian Strawberries: Mexican Immigrant Rancheros and La
Tarjeta: Teresa Figueroa Sanchez, UC Santa Barbara
Reimagining U.S. Latino/a Urban “Food Deserts” as Complex Sites
of Resistance and Discipline: Abigail E Adams, Central
Connecticut State University
The Role of Nostalgia in the Formation of Ethnic Enterprises: A
Multi-Sited Ethnographic Study of Latino-Owned Businness in
the US: Veronica Montes, University of Southern California
710 // HUM - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Ponce de Leon
B
Exclusión, derechos humanos, y luchas sociales en Puerto Rico
Session Organizer: Fernando Tormos, Purdue University
Chair: José Javier Colón-Morera, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Interseccionalidad y derechos humanos en el contexto de Puerto
Rico: Fernando Tormos, Purdue University
Puerto Rico: las exclusiones de una democracia degradada: José
Javier Colón-Morera, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Justicia, ambiente y movilización social en Puerto Rico: Una
perspectiva de derechos humanos: Carmen Milagros
Concepción Rodríguez, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Intolerancia y fundamentalismo como obstáculo a los derechos
humanos: Luis N Rivera-Pagán, Princeton Theological
Seminary
Discussant: Héctor M Martínez-Ramírez, University of Puerto
Rico/Río Piedras
711 // EDU - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Murphy 5
Experiências institucionais com base na interdisciplinaridade e a
gestão da Educação Superior
Session Organizer: Jaime J Zitkoski
Chair: Jaime J Zitkoski
Experiencias de aprendizaje interdisciplinario en programas de
Doctorado: trayectorias formativas, rupturas y nuevos desafíos:
Fabiola Cabra, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Desafios da Interdisciplinaridade: a formação de professores em
questão: Jaime J Zitkoski; Marlize Rubin Oliveira, Universidade
Tecnológica Federal do Paraná
Interação entre conhecimentos e saberes na formação continuada
de professores da Educação Básica no sul do Brasil: Celia E
Caregnato; Maria Elly H Genro, Universidade Federal do Rio
Grande do Sul
Contexto interdisciplinar em universidades brasileiras: perspectivas
e desafios: Sirlei de Lourdes Lauxen; Cristina Zanettini-Ribeiro,
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul; Caroline Baranzeli,
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Espaço interdisciplinar na Universidade Comunitária:
possibilidades e entraves da extensão: Luciane S Bordignon,
Universidade de Passo Fundo
Discussant: Maria Estela Dal Pai Franco, Universidade Federal do
Rio Grande do Sul
712 // LAW - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Ponce de Leon
C
Faking Justice? Technology and Social Media in the Fabrication
of Truth in Mexico
Session Organizers: José Carlos Gómez Aguiar, Leiden University
Wil G Pansters, Utrecht University
Chair: Alexander L Fattal, Harvard University
Surveillance and sousveillance in political protest in México: urban
riots in 2012 presidential election: Nelson Arteaga Botello,
Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales, Mexico
Claiming and communicating justice. The case of Hermosillo,
Sonora: Wil G Pansters, Utrecht University
Visualidad, "auto-defensas" y el efecto de participación ciudadana
en México: Gabriela Zamorano Villarreal, El Colegio de
Michoacán
Criminals or Martyrs? Mass media, truth and the display of drug
barons in Mexico: José Carlos Gómez Aguiar, Leiden
University
Discussant: Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera, University of
Texas/Brownsville
713 // SEC - Workshop - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San
Cristobal B
Feminist Latin American Studies: Helen Safa’s Academic,
Institutional, and Political Legacy
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Sponsor: Gender and Feminist Studies
Session Organizer: Nathalie Lebon, Gettysburg College
Chair: Nathalie Lebon, Gettysburg College
Presenters: Mary Rosaria Goldsmith Connelly, Universidad
Autónoma Metropolitana/Xochimilco
April J Mayes, Pomona College
Nadine Fernandez, SUNY/Empire State College
Debra H Rodman, Randolph Macon College
Norma Luisa Vasallo Barrueta, Universidad de La Habana
Discussant: Mary Garcia Castro, Catholic University of Salvador
714 // EDU - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Salon del Mar B
Formación universitaria, reformas educativas y educación
superior en la era neoliberal: una mirada comparada
Chair: Márcia L Lopes Reis, UNESP - Universidade Estadual
Paulista
Ensino superior privado no Brasil: uma análise crítica de modelos e
políticas baseada em Roberto DaMatta, Pierre Bourdieu e
Zygmunt Bauman: João N Manfio
Responsabilidad Social: Un compromiso fundamental de las
instituciones de educación superior: Lina M Gómez Vásquez,
Universidad del Este; Juan C Vadi-Fantauzzi, University of
Puerto Rico
¿Quiénes son las minorías incluidas en las políticas de educación
superior a distancia en Brasil?: Márcia L Lopes Reis, UNESP Universidade Estadual Paulista
Las tendencias de la Política de la Educación Superior en Cuba.
Una propuesta desde la Educación Comparada: Teresa Torres,
CEPES - MES
Discussant: Keyla Estévez García, Centro de Estudios Sobre la
Juventud
715 // HIS - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San Cristobal G
Historicizing Media Production and Information Exchange in
Latin America
Session Organizer: Vanessa G Freije, Duke University
Chair: Vanessa G Freije, Duke University
El mundo al instante. Leer diarios sudamericanos en la era del
cable submarino, 1876-1910: Lila M Caimari, CONICET
Bringing the Book to the Masses: The Experience of Populibros in
Peru, 1963-65: Carlos A Aguirre, University of Oregon
Censored not Silenced: The Paradoxes of Press Policies in Post1968 Mexico City: Vanessa G Freije, Duke University
Discussant: Robert M Buffington, University of Colorado/Boulder
716 // ART - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Las Olas
History, Theory, and Criticism of Latin American Art
Chair: Marco A Pasqualini de Andrade, Universidade Federal de
Uberlandia
El arte como resistencia lo afropuertorriqueño: Maria E Torres,
Universidad de Puerto Rico
A performance testemunhal: ficções do real na arte contemporânea:
Márcio O Seligmann-Silva, Universidade Estadual de Campinas
A produção de Artes Visuais fora dos eixos hegemônicos no Brasil:
o caso do Triângulo Mineiro em Minas Gerais: Marco A
Pasqualini de Andrade, Universidade Federal de Uberlandia
The Mexican Origins of Mendieta’s Siluetas: Leticia Alvarado,
Brown University
Source Material: Origins, Catachresis, and Caves in Ana Mendieta:
Christina A León, Oregon State University
Discussant: Renato Alejandro Arza Planas, Locutor y actor de radio
y TV
717 // AFR - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Tropical A
Identificación Colectiva de Naciones Indígenas Transfronterizas
Session Organizer: Jeffrey A Gardner, University of Georgia
Chair: Jeffrey A Gardner, University of Georgia
Territorial Dreaming: Mapping the Mapuche Cross-Border Nation:
Sarah D Warren, Lewis & Clark College
Reconstituting a Cross-Border Nation: Maya-Mam Collective
Identification and the Denaturalization of State Geopolitical
Borders: Jeffrey A Gardner, University of Georgia
An Ambivalent Nation: Chortís in Eastern Guatemala and Western
Honduras: Brent E Metz, University of Kansas
Discussant: Rosalva Aida Hernández Castillo, CIESAS-Mexico
718 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Friday, 12:00pm 1:45pm, San Cristobal C
Indigenous Youth and Space, Land and Territory: Precarious
ties, continued exclusion, and emergent generations
Sponsor: Ethnicity, Race, and Indigenous Peoples
Session Organizer: Sarah A Radcliffe, University of Cambridge
Chair: Sarah A Radcliffe, University of Cambridge
‘Intergenerational Dissonance: Love, Migration, and Politics in the
Lives of Nahua Youth’: Raquel Pacheco, University of
California San Diego
‘Subjetividades juveniles, políticas neoliberales y migración:
Debates entre dos generaciones de zapotecos serranos’:
Alejandra Aquino Moreschi, Centro de Investigaciones y
Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social
Meaningful Places: Mapuche urban identity in the Santiago
landscape, Chile: María Eugenia Merino Dickinson,
Universidad Catolica de Temuco (Chile)
Werken, historia pública y personal del conflicto territorial
mapuche: Patricio J Álvarez Kocher, Universidad Academia de
Humanismo Cristiano
‘Indigenous youth and territory: Inter-generational dynamics,
coloniality and political agendas’: Sarah A Radcliffe, University
of Cambridge
719 // MLD - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Murphy 6
Integration and the State in the Americas
Session Organizers: Koen Voorend, Universidad de Costa Rica
Elise Hjalmarson, University of British Columbia
Chair: Koen Voorend, Universidad de Costa Rica
Immigrant Welfare Worlds and Integration: Nicaraguan
Immigrants’ Access to Costa Rican Social Policy: Koen
Voorend, Universidad de Costa Rica
Migrant Agricultural Workers and the Practice of Everyday
Resistance in Canada: Amy L Cohen, Okanagan College; Elise
Hjalmarson, University of British Columbia
Gendered Statelessness: Mexican Migrant Women in Canada
Managing Transnational Families at the Margins: Evelyn V
Encalada Grez, York University
Asylees, Refugees, or Immigrants? The Power of a Single Word in
the Unaccompanied Child Migrant Crisis: Norma S Chinchilla,
California State University/Long Beach
720 // INV - Featured/Invited Session - Friday, 12:00pm 1:45pm, San Geronimo Ballroom B
Invited Session - Revitalización de Lenguas Indígenas en
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América Latina
Sponsor: Linguistics, Languages and Language Policy
Session Organizers: Emiliana Cruz, U Mass
Serafin M Coronel-Molina, Indiana University
Chairs: Emiliana Cruz, U Mass
Serafin M Coronel-Molina, Indiana University
Revitalización del quechua y el aimara en espacios virtuales:
Serafin M Coronel-Molina, Indiana University
Documentación y Revitalización en las Comunidades Chatinas:
Emiliana Cruz, U Mass
Activismo por la diversidad lingüística en México: un panorama
general: Yasnaya Elena Aguilar
Iniciativas de enseñanza del mapudungun como segunda lengua:
espacios autónomos mapuche y política educativa estatal en
Ngulumapu y Puelmapu: Silvia Castillo; Simona Mayo
721 // INV - Workshop - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San
Geronimo Ballroom C
Invited Session - The End of the Road or a New Directional
Turn?: Argentine and Mexican Cinema in a Shifting Digital
Era
Sponsor: Film Studies track
Session Organizers: Gabriela Copertari, Case Western Reserve
University
Miriam Haddu, Royal Holloway, University of London
Chairs: Gabriela Copertari, Case Western Reserve University
Miriam Haddu, Royal Holloway, University of London
Presenters: Claudia Ferman, University of Richmond - LASA Film
Festival Director
Laura M Martins, Louisiana State University
722 // MTG - Meeting - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Morton's
The Steakhouse
Kalman Silvert Luncheon (By Invitation Only)
Contact Person: Merilee S Grindle, Harvard University
periodístico argentino del siglo diecinueve.: Vanesa M
Carbonetti Landrus, Eastern Illinois University
Transformaciones del sujeto poético femenino en la obra de una
decimonónica mexicana: Maribel Moheno, University of
California, Berkeley
Discussant: Alianet Díaz, El Instituto de Literatura y Lingüística
"José Antonio Portuondo Valdor"
725 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Friday, 12:00pm 1:45pm, San Cristobal D
Las evaluaciones de las políticas públicas y la reconfiguración
del Estado mexicano: democracia, transparencia y rendición
de cuentas
Sponsor: Mexico
Chair: Maximino Matus Ruiz, EL COLEF
La experiencia de evaluación de las políticas públicas de los
científicos duros: “Valoración integral. Evaluación Específica
de Desempeño 2012-2013 de los Programas de Ayuda
Alimentaria y Generación de Capacidades”: Elvira Mireya
Pasillas-Torres
La antropología en la evaluación de las políticas públicas en salud:
el caso del programa “Vete Sano, Regresa Sano”: Nadia Irina
Santillanes Allande
La perspectiva interdisciplinaria en las evaluaciones de política
pública: “Evaluación complementaria del Programa ProÁrbol
–Capacitación Ambiental y Desarrollo Sustentable—(E005) del
año fiscal 2011”: Maximino Matus Ruiz, EL COLEF
Una lectura transversal: la evaluación del presupuesto federal de
egresos mexicano.: Mauricio Merino, CIDE
La meta-evaluación del programa “Evaluación de Consistencia y
Resultados 2011-2012, Programa de Desarrollo de
Capacidades, Innovación Tecnológica y Extensionismo Rural”
de la SAGARPA.: Guadalupe Rodríguez-Gómez,
CIESAS/Occidente
Discussant: Guillermo Cejudo, Centro de Investigación y Docencia
Económicas
723 // AGR - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Tropical C
La diversificación de los mercados de trabajo rurales en
América Latina
Session Organizer: Hubert Carton de Grammont, Universidad
Nacional Autónoma de México
Chair: Delphine Prunier, IIS-UNAM
La desagrarización del espacio rural en México: Hubert Carton de
Grammont, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Los sistemas de movilidad familiares en el contexto migratorio del
campo nicaragüense: Delphine Prunier, IIS-UNAM
Os limites da pluriatividade: organização da produção, do trabalho
e dos rendimentos em pequenas propriedades agrícolas de
pequenas cidades (SP/Brazil): Beatriz M Melo, Universidade
Federal de São Carlos
726 // ART - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Ceiba
Latin American Hotels: Visions of Modernity, Spaces of
Negotiation
Chairs: Fredo Rivera, Duke University
Erica N Morawski, Kendall College of Art and Design
Towering Tropicality: Liberating the Habana Hilton: Fredo Rivera,
Duke University
Ice Rink in the Tropics: Hotel Humboldt and Venezuela’s Modernist
Landscape: Sean Nesselrode, New York University
From Grand Hotel to Thermal Refuge; the construction of Chile as
a tourist destination: María Macarena Cortés Darrigrande,
Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
Unstable Spaces: Hotel Design, Tourism Policy, and the Ideology of
the Revolution in post-1959 Cuba: Erica N Morawski, Kendall
College of Art and Design
724 // LSN - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Flamingo D
La riqueza de las publicaciones periódicas, siglos XVIII y XIX
Chair: Fernando Unzueta, Ohio State University
Madres monstruosas: Las representaciones de las mujeres negras
en la Gazeta de México (1784): Megan E Gargiulo, University
of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Proyectos estético-literarios nacionales y la transformación de los
medios: Fernando Unzueta, Ohio State University
Voces peligrosas: La desafiante inserción de la mujer en el discurso
727 // LAB - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Murphy 3
Modelo de acumulación y desigualdad laboral en AL
Session Organizer: Carlos P Salas, Unicamp
Chair: Luis Quintana Romero, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de
México
Discriminación y segregación por género Brasil y México: Carlos P
Salas, Unicamp; Miguel Ángel Mendoza-González, Universidad
Nacional Autónoma de México
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Desigualdades de ingreso, estructura ocupacional y regiones en
América del Norte: Luis Quintana Romero, Universidad
Nacional Autónoma de México; Blanca E Garza Acevedo, FESAcatlán, UNAM
Modelo de acumulación y desigualdades en el trabajo en Brasil: El
caso de la industria electrónica: Marcia P Leite, Universidade
Estadual de Campinas
Explotación y costo salarial. Un análisis comparado de América
Latina y las economías desarrolladas: Jorge E Isaac Egurrola,
UNAM
Discussant: Jorge E Isaac Egurrola, UNAM
728 // GEN - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Murphy 7
Mujeres a nivel político local: conquistas, reveses y desafíos:
panel 1
Session Organizer: Edmé Domínguez Reyes, Universidad de
Göteborg
Chair: Beatriz T Lovesio, Universidad de la Republica (UdelaR)
Empoderamiento o desempoderamiento a nivel del poder politico
local: el caso de las consejalas bolivianas.: Edmé Domínguez
Reyes, Universidad de Göteborg
O emponderamento político: que “ dores e delícias” tem este feito
na vida das mulheres?: Sádia Gonçalves de Castro
La igualdad de género en el acceso al poder político local: el caso
uruguayo.: Beatriz T Lovesio, Universidad de la Republica
(UdelaR)
Manifestaciones de género, raza, sexualidad y religión en las
elecciones del 2014: Felipe Bruno M Fernandes, Universidade
Federal da Bahia
“El impacto de la participación política de mujeres indígenas en el
ámbito municipal y comunitario: México”: Paloma Bonfil
Sánchez, Grupo Interdisciplinario sobre Mujer, Trabajo y
Pobreza
Discussant: Maria Lúcia Moritz, UFRGS
729 // ECO - Workshop - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Salon del
Mar A
New Developmentalism and Macroeconomic Constraints: The
Case of Latin America
Chair: Barbara Fritz, Freie Universität Berlin
Presenters: Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira, Fundação Getulio Vargas
Ricardo Ffrench-Davis, Universidad de Chile
Leslie Elliott Armijo, Portland State University
730 // DEF - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Almendros
Policía en América Latina: desarrollos recientes y nueva agenda
de investigación
Session Organizer: Liza Lorena Zúñiga Collado, RESDAL
Chair: Juan Salgado, Centro de Investigacion y Docencia
Economicas (CIDE)
Rights-based approaches to police in Brazil, Colombia and Mexico:
Juan Salgado, Centro de Investigacion y Docencia Economicas
(CIDE)
Redes de Pesquisa e Informação sobre polícias e segurança pública
no Brasil: Renato S Lima, Fórum Brasileiro de Segurança
Pública
Policy transfer: the politics of Compstat and Zero Tolerance
policing in Chile: Liza Lorena Zúñiga Collado, RESDAL
Politicas de Seguridad, Protesta Politica y Producción Social del
Espacio
Session Organizer: Bettina M Schorr, Freie Universität Berlin
Chair: Bettina M Schorr, Freie Universität Berlin
El proceso de movilización-desmovilización en el movimiento
estudiantil mexicano: Maria Guadalupe Olivier, Universidad
Pedagógica Nacional; Sergio Tamayo, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana
Policing Protests in Argentina: Fernanda R Page Poma, State
University of New York/Stony Brook
Forging Civilization in the Colombian Frontier: Drug-trafficking
Organizations Meet the State: Paul J Angelo, U.S. Naval
Academy
Privatización de la seguridad pública en el Valle de México: una
agenda de investigación: Claudia C Zamorano, Centro de
Investigaciónes y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social
Discussant: Pablo Lapegna, University of Georgia
732 // CUL - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference 9
Políticas públicas, economia criativa, cultura, e experimentos
teatrais no Brasil
Chair: Eva Paulino P Bueno, St Mary's University
O papel do teatro na luta pela democracia no Brasil: 1964-1985:
Eva Paulino P Bueno, St Mary's University
Os Pontos de Cultura e as políticas públicas culturais no Brasil:
Hamilton J Faria, Instituto Pólis Fundação Armando Álvares
Penteado (FAAP)
Economia criativa e construção de políticas culturais no ABC
paulista: Neusa Serra, Universidade Federal do ABC
Performances Culturais: Beckett no Brasil, o estranho do ninho:
Robson C Camargo, Universidade Federal de Goiás
733 // PIP - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Caribe
Poverty and Political Participation
Chair: Carew E Boulding, University of Colorado/Boulder
Poverty, Inequality and Political Participation in the Era of the
New Left in Latin America: Carew E Boulding, University of
Colorado/Boulder
Can Campaigns Convince Citizens that Vote Their Choices Can Be
Monitored? Experimental Evidence from Central America: Chad
P Kiewiet de Jonge, Centro de Investigación y Docencia
Económicas (CIDE)
The Heft of the Left: Explaining the Frente Amplio’s Formation and
Change: Diego I Luján Barbasola, Universidad de la República
Discussant: Lazara Heidy Estevez Valera, Revista Mar y Pesca
734 // LST - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Foyer C
Poéticas latinoamericanas: filiaciones y desencuentros
Chair: Daniel Cooper, University of California, Los Angeles
From Comrades to Enemies: Paz, Neruda and the Origins of their
Ideological and Poetic Rupture: Daniel Cooper, University of
California, Los Angeles
Ignacio Padilla al rescate: Hacia un nuevo concepto de literatura
comprometida a propósito del terremoto de 1985: Julio Puente
Garcia, University of California/Los Angeles
Anacrónicos y antimodernos: Paul Claudel en la biblioteca de José
Lezama Lima: David Ricardo Rmírez Prieto, University of
California/Los Angeles
Una filiación literaria: Gerard de Nerval en el diario de Alejandra
Pizarnik: Isaura Contreras Rios, Universtity of los Angeles
731 // CSS - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference 8
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735 // CIT - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference 6
Re-thinking urban governance: Making theory from ordinary
cities
Sponsor: Latin American Cities Working Group
Session Organizer: Jennifer L Tucker, University of
California/Berkeley
Chair: Jennifer L Tucker, University of California/Berkeley
Governance Innovations in Brazil: Understanding Participatory
Practices at the Local Level: Abigail Friendly, University of
Toronto
Hyperupgrading Medellin: Social urbanism as a distorted spatial
justice paradigm: Catalina Ortiz, University College London
Placemaking in Informal Settlements: Jaime Hernandez-Garcia,
Pontificia Univerisidad Javeriana; Beau B Beza, Deakin
University
The (urban) politics of Valparaiso's Regeneration: A scalar
assessment of urban governance: Rodrigo Caimanque,
University College London
736 // CUL - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Guayacan
Respuestas a la Violencia, Memoria y Acción Política
Chair: Manuel Alejandro Guerrero Martinez, Universidad
Iberoamericana
Explaining self-censorship and risk-reduction behavior among
journalists in a weak state: Application of the hierarchy of
influences model in Mexico: Sallie L Hughes, University of
Miami
Media and Violence in Mexico: first findings from the Cultivation
Theory: Manuel Alejandro Guerrero Martinez, Universidad
Iberoamericana
Las piedades del feminicidio y sus biografías visuales: pasajes sobre
memoria, ciudadanía y acción política: José Ricardo Gutiérrez
Vargas, King's College London
Social Justice, Philanthropy and Ecology: The Symbolical Legacy of
Brazilian NGOs: Fernando C Lima Neto, Pontifical Catholic
University of Rio de Janeiro
737 // INT - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Ponce de Leon A
Russia in the US “Near Abroad”: Old Friends, New Challenges?
Session Organizers: Vladimir V Rouvinski, Icesi University
Gonzalo Sebastián Paz, Georgetown University
Chair: Viktor Kheifets, Saint-Petersburg State University
The Russian Re-Engagement with Latin America: What Comes After
the Russian “Return”?: Vladimir V Rouvinski, Icesi University
A New Russian Discovery of Latin America: Politics and
Economics: Viktor Kheifets, Saint-Petersburg State University
Latin America and Russia: Present and Future of Cooperation on
Security Issues: Liliia Khadorich
The Structural and Opportunistic Dimensions of New Russian
Relations with Latin America and the Caribbean: Gonzalo
Sebastián Paz, Georgetown University
738 // SMP - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Boardroom 2
Structures of Resource Extraction
Chair: Pablo A Heidrich, Carleton University
Energy as a Market, Common or Political Good? How to
Understand Energy Policies in Latin America Today.: Pablo A
Heidrich, Carleton University
Energy demand and energy efficiency in 26 Latin-American and The
Caribbean countries: a stochastic demand frontier approach:
Jose Somoza Cabrera, Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones
Economicas
Mineral Rights and Regulation in Mexico, Brazil, and the United
States: Implications for Society, Business, and the State: Olivia
Miljanic, University of Houston
Why does extraction go big? Explaining state support for largescale gold mining in Colombia: Melis G Laebens, Yale
University
739 // CSS - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Executive
Boardroom
Student and Youth Movements
Chair: Rodolfo Disi Pavlic, University of Texas
Policies, Politics, and Protests: Explaining Student Movements in
Latin America: Rodolfo Disi Pavlic, University of Texas
Desarrollo de la participación estudiantil en organismos de
gobernanza de la Universidad de Puerto Rico: 1903-1942:
Anibal Y Lopez-Correa, Universidad de Puerto Rico-Río
Piedras
De jóvenes a adultos y de estudiantes a ciudadanos: un estudio
sobre diferencias sociales y distinciones políticas en México:
Gustavo Adolfo Urbina Cortés, El Colegio de México
Transformaciones en la religiosidad de la juventud universitaria.
Un estudio de caso.: Eduardo E Sota García, Universidad
Iberoamericana Ciudad de México
740 // AGR - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Murphy 1
The Agrarian Question, Family Farms, and Public Policies in
Brazil
Session Organizer: Steven M Helfand, University of
California/Riverside
Chair: Steven M Helfand, University of California/Riverside
Questão Agrária, Políticas Públicas e Desenvolvimento Territorial
no Brasil: Bernardo Mançano M Fernandes, Universidade
Estadual Paulista
Family Farms and Heterogeneity in Brazilian Agriculture: Carlos E
Guanziroli, Universidade Federal Fluminense
The Agrarian Problem in Brazil and Land governance: Bastiaan P
Reydon, UNICAMP/IE/NEA
Políticas Públicas de Apoio à Agricultura Familiar: O Caso
Recente do PRONAF no Brasil: Lauro F Mattei, Universidade
Federal de Santa Catarina
Mega-Farms in Brazilian Agriculture: What is the Future of Small
and Medium Sized Farms?: Steven M Helfand, University of
California/Riverside
741 // PIP - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Garita
The Governance and Management of Mineral Resources in
Latin America
Session Organizers: Rose J Spalding, DePaul University
Ainhoa Montoya, University of London
Chair: Ainhoa Montoya, University of London
The Performance of Extractive Companies in Peru: Moises Arce,
University of Missouri
Do Anti-Mining Conflicts Improve Water Governance?: Lyuba
Zarsky, Middlebury Institute of International Studies at
Monterey
Institutions, Values and Resources: Interpreting Competing
Outcomes of Anti-Mining Movements in Costa Rica and
Nicaragua: Rose J Spalding, DePaul University
The Transnational Nature of Mining-Related Conflicts in El
Salvador: Ainhoa Montoya, University of London
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Discussant: Richard Stahler-Sholk, Eastern Michigan University
742 // DEF - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San Geronimo
Ballroom A
Violence in the Americas: Patterns, Causes, and Consequences
Session Organizer: Matthew C Ingram, University at Albany, SUNY
Chair: David A Shirk, University of San Diego
The Positive Effect of Social Spending on Reducing Crime: Evidence
from Latin America from 2000-2010.: Justin Lance, Presbyterian
College
Neighborhood-Level Political Orders, Gang Structures, and
Popular Incorporation in Latin America and the Caribbean:
Enrique Desmond Arias, George Mason University
Geographies of Violence in Brazil: A Spatial, Municipal-level
Analysis of Varieties of Homicide: Matthew C Ingram,
University at Albany, SUNY; Marcelo Marchesini da Costa,
University at Albany, SUNY
El Nopal Envenenado: The Social Roots of Organized Crime and
Violence in Mexico: David A Shirk, University of San Diego
Discussant: Francisco Javier Osorio Zago, John Jay College, CUNY
743 // CSS - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference 4
Voces de la resistencia, movimientos sociales en México, 20052014
Sponsor: Hay dos posibles "Discussant" Ricardo Peñafiel Pozo
(Montreal) o Alberto Aziz (CIESAS DF), ambos son miembros
de LASA.
Chair: Rosa Margarita M Zires Roldán, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana/Xochimilco
Movilización cultural y repertorios de acción colectiva: Adriana
Lopez Monjardin, Escuela Nacional de Antropología e Historia
Tomar la palabra y los medios de comunicación en el movimiento
de la APPO (Asamblea Popular de los Pueblos de Oaxaca)
Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Xochimilco, México:
Rosa Margarita M Zires Roldán, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana/Xochimilco
Emergencia, política y sensibilidad en el movimiento #Yosoy132:
Guiomar Rovira Sancho, IGOP, Universitat Autònoma de
Barcelona
Los movimientos sociales y su dimensión simbólica en el México
contemporáneo: Reyna Sánchez Estévez
¿Cuáles son las innovaciones en el activismo mexicano? Un análisis
a partir de testimonios: Salvador Martí-Puig, Universidad de
Girona
744 // TRA - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Murphy 2
“[email protected]” making in American and European Migratory
Spaces
Chair: Liliana Suárez-Navaz, Stanford/Universidad Autonoma
Madrid
Who’s On Top and Who’s Not in Latino South Florida? Negotiating
Social Hierarchies among Latinos in Greater Miami: Sarah J
Mahler, Florida International University
Between Rivalries and Cooperation: Comparative Analysis of
Latino Incorporation in Boston, Miami and Los Angeles: Marie
Laure Mallet, University College London
Latinizando Portugal?: Beatriz Padilla, Universidade do Minho
Poscolonial Constructions of “Latinidades” in Spain: Liliana
Suárez-Navaz, Stanford/Universidad Autonoma Madrid
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745 // LTC - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Flamingo C
Ahora me ves, ahora no: Espacios invisibles en la geografía
latinoamericana
Session Organizer: Giannina A Reyes Giardiello, Saint Mary´s
College
Chair: Oscar A Pérez, Beloit College
Historias de terror: de las dictaduras a los fantasmas. Espacios
arrepticios y de expiación en tres filmes latinoamericanos:
Giannina A Reyes Giardiello, Saint Mary´s College
Topografía urbana de la memoria: del espacio público al antimonumento (Buenos Aires): Sarli E Mercado, University of
Wisconsin/Madison
Visible-Invisible in Urban Latin America: Juana Gamero de Coca,
Middlebury College
Magnicidas invisibles: Enfermedades mentales, espacios de
represión y atentados fallidos en México: Oscar A Pérez, Beloit
College
746 // ART - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Ceiba
Arte y migraciones en el Caribe contemporáneo.
Session Organizer: Maria de los Angeles Pereira Perera,
Universidad de La Habana
Impacto de los procesos migratorios en la modernidad escultórica
del Caribe Hispano.: Maria de los Angeles Pereira Perera,
Universidad de La Habana
Fotografía en el Caribe: imágenes recientes para exclusiones
históricas.: Kirenia Rodriguez Puerto, Universidad de La
Habana
La exclusión y lo precario en el discurso artístico sobre la
migración: vindicación de la memoria en Latinoamérica y el
Caribe.: Olga María M Rodríguez Bolufé, Universidad
Iberoamericana
Huellas de las migraciones caribeñas en la Bienal de La Habana.:
Hilda María Rodríguez Enríquez, Universidad de La Habana
Discussant: Yissel Arce Padrón, Universidad Autónoma de MéxicoXochimilco
747 // INT - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Murphy 6
Brazil's Rise and its Impact on Intra-regional Relations
Chairs: Eduardo Pastrana Buelvas, Universidad Javeriana
Daniel Flemes, GIGA Institute of Global and Area Studies
Institutional Contestation against Brazil: Colombia in the Pacific
Alliance: Daniel Flemes, GIGA Institute of Global and Area
Studies
Brazil’s regional strategy: what does change from Lula to Dilma
Rousseff’?: Miriam Gomes G Saraiva, Universidade do Estado
do Rio de Janeiro
Reacciones de Colombia Frente a la Proyección del Liderazgo
Regional de Brasil: Eduardo Pastrana Buelvas, Universidad
Javeriana
748 // LTC - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Flamingo B
Capitales en tránsito: producción, circulación e intercambio
cultural en México
Session Organizers: Ana Sabau Fernández, UC Riverside
Laura Gandolfi, University of Chicago
Chair: Laura Gandolfi, University of Chicago
Sobre joyas, piedras preciosas y minerales: el “lujo" en la literatura
mexicana: Laura Gandolfi, University of Chicago
Aesthetics in Transit: Post-Revolutionary Mexican Art Writing and
the Cross Border Circulation of Visual Culture: Manuel
Gutiérrez, Rice University
The Paths of Forced Labor: Re-tracing Slavery in 19th Century
Mexico: Ana Sabau Fernández, UC Riverside
Capitales transpacíficos en México: producción, disciplina y estado:
Laura J Torres-Rodríguez, New York University
Discussant: Susan J Antebi, University of Toronto
749 // HUM - Workshop - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Ponce de
Leon B
Collective Memory, Research and Human Rights Activism
Sponsor: Latin American Perspectives
Session Organizer: Susana M Kaiser, University of San Francisco
Presenters: Gabriela M Fried Amilivia, California State
University/Los Angeles
Hillary C Hiner, Universidad Diego Portales
Susana M Kaiser, University of San Francisco
Alexis Cortés Morales, Universidad Alberto Hurtado
750 // BIO - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference 3
Colloquium on socio-economic aspects of resource extraction
industries (part 1 of 3)
Sponsor: Centre for Research on Latin America and the Caribbean
(CERLAC), York University, Toronto
Session Organizer: Ricardo S Grinspun, York University
Chair: Hepzibah Muñoz Martínez, University of New Brunswick
Saint John
Neo-extractivism – the new Latin American developmentalism?:
Ricardo S Grinspun, York University; Liisa L North, York
University
Políticas públicas y estrategias alternativas de los gobiernos
latinoamericanos ante los conflictos empresa-estado en la
industria extractiva: María Teresa Gutierrez-Haces, Universidad
Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)
Canadian capital, mining taxation and the return of some states:
Anisia Paola Ortiz Loaiza, University of Ottawa
Profits, security and human rights: Assessing the Canadian
extractive sector in Colombia since 2000: James F Rochlin,
University of British Columbia
Discussant: Michael L Dougherty, Illinois State University
751 // SEC - Workshop - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, San
Cristobal D
Colombia: temas de estudio urgentes y emergentes en torno a
memoria/conflicto/postconflicto
Sponsor: Colombia
Presenters: Anastasia Bermudez Torres, University of Liege
Laura Bernal Bermúdez, University of Oxford
Francesco Bogliacino, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Brett B Troyan, State University of New York/Cortland
752 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Friday, 2:00pm 3:45pm, San Cristobal B
Comiendo juntos: comida, materialidad y sociabilidad en el
Caribe rural
Sponsor: Food, Agriculture and Rural Studies
Session Organizer: Rodrigo C Bulamah, State University of
Campinas (UNICAMP)
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Chair: Nashieli C Rangel Loera, Universidade Estadual de
Campinas
Idealization of Past and Production of Future in a Haitian Peasant
Community: Rodrigo C Bulamah, State University of Campinas
(UNICAMP)
The (extra)ordinary of help: untold stories on disaster and
generosity in the Grand’Anse, Haiti: Ana Elisa Bersani,
UNICAMP
Discussant: Karen E Richman, University of Notre Dame
753 // LAW - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Ponce de Leon C
Courts and Politics in Latin America
Chair: Matthew C Ingram, University at Albany, SUNY
Inclusion-exclusion: designing judicial institutions in Latin America
since 1975: Daniel M Brinks, University of Texas/Austin
Conceptualizing and Measuring Legal Cultures: Insights from a
survey of Mexican Judges: Sandra Botero, University of Notre
Dame; Ezequiel A Gonzalez Ocantos, Univesity of Oxford
The move from written to oral judicial systems and the provision of
justice: Preliminary results from Mexico and Colombia: Janice
K Gallagher, Brown University, Watson Institute
Constitutional Courts as Mediators. Judicial Regulation of the Use
of Force in Colombia, Peru, and Mexico: Julio Antonio RíosFigueroa, CIDE
A mere (Red) Rubber Stamp? Venezuela’s High Court under 21st
Century Socialism (2007-2012): Raul A Sanchez Urribarri, La
Trobe University
Discussant: Diana Kapiszewski, Georgetown University
754 // AFR - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Tropical A
Creolizing creolization: inclusive approaches from the
Caribbean homeland
Session Organizer: Juan A Giusti, Universidad de Puerto Rico/Rio
Piedras
Chair: Astrid T Cubano Iguina, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Mintz redux: creolization and Hispanic Caribbean
“exceptionalism” in Caribbean studies, yesterday and today:
Juan A Giusti, Universidad de Puerto Rico/Rio Piedras
Reimagining the late modern subject: a reading from the Caribbean:
Ricardo J Arribas, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Creolization, and Caribbeanness in the New World: Michaeline
Adelle A Crichlow, Duke University
755 // CUL - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference 10
Cuba en la era soviética y la condición post-soviética (I)
Session Organizers: Maria A Cabrera Arus, New School for Social
Research
Jacqueline E Loss, University of Connecticut
Chair: Dmitri Prieto Samsonov, GT AC&SE CLACSO
De Lincoln a Gorki: Las escuelas cubanas en los años 60: Rainer G
Schultz, Harvard University
Socialismo para consumir: El lujo en la Cuba soviética: Maria A
Cabrera Arus, New School for Social Research
Otra vuelta de tuerca (esta vez de rosca izquierda): Elvis Fuentes,
Rutgers University
Stalinismo: proyecto inconcluso. La recepción selectiva del
pensamiento cultural soviético y postsoviético en Cuba (19592014): Desiderio Navarro
Discussant: Jacqueline E Loss, University of Connecticut
756 // LAT - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Murphy 4
Cultural Studies Approaches to Questions of Race, Memory,
Nation, and Latinidad.
Chair: Angel M Diaz Miranda, Hollins University
Dark Matters: Suburban Crime Dramas on Cable Television and
Breaking Bad’s Mexican Problem: Jason M Ruiz, University of
Notre Dame
La inscripción de lo nacional en la obra de Angie Cruz y Junot
Díaz: Ramón A Figueroa Tejada, Millsaps College
Prison Cells and Cemetery Plots: The Shifting Memory Archive in
Hip Hop: Angel M Diaz Miranda, Hollins University
Discussant: Lori B Celaya, University of Idaho
757 // DEM - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Ponce
Democratization in Comparative Perspective In Latin America
Chair: Patrick Illmer, University of Bradford
Agency in the shadow of a co-opted state: Territory, difference and
democratisation in Guatemala: Patrick Illmer, University of
Bradford
Democracia no Brasil e Socialização Política: Uma análise
longitudinal do capital social: Camila Vasconcelos,
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul; Felipe Bortoncello
Zorzi, UFRGS
Divergencias y continuidades. Trayectorias de desarrollo de la
política subnacional en Colombia 1988-2011: Juan F Pino
Uribe, student
Valoración de los principios básicos de democracia en espacios de
participación: consejos comunales de Carabobo: Maria I Puerta,
Universidad de Carabobo
758 // EDU - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Caribe
El campo educacional: desde la públicación universitaria a la
práctica docente de primera infancia
Chairs: Gilberto Braulio Aranda Cervantes, Universidad Pedagógica
Nacional
Vera L Felicetti, Centro Universitário La Salle
Política Educativa Intercultural, Alfabetización Académica y
Pedagogía. Una experiencia docente en México: Gilberto
Braulio Aranda Cervantes, Universidad Pedagógica Nacional
Identidad y saberes pedagógicos de los docentes de educación
inicial en Colombia: Vera L Felicetti, Centro Universitário La
Salle; Adriana D Pineda Robayo, Universidad del Atlantico
Prefiguraciones laborales en la construcción de la identidad de
jóvenes formados en los nuevos modelos de educación
tecnológica en San Luis Potosí: Jennifer A Eckerly Goss,
Colegio de San Luis, A.C.
Discussant: Jaime Caiceo Escudero, Universidad de Santiago de
Chile
759 // OTS - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Murphy 1
Emergent Voices, Divergent Approaches: Theorizing
Contemporary Indigenous Literature
Session Organizer: Hannah A Burdette, Lycoming College
Chair: Hannah A Burdette, Lycoming College
In the Black Market of the Lettered City: Literary Contraband,
Insurgency, and Indigenous Poetics: Hannah A Burdette,
Lycoming College
El lector in/migrante y la apuesta trans-fronteriza: Juan G Sanchez,
Mount Allison University
Resemantización contra asimilación: la versión indígena del saber
hegemónico en los Andes: Maria X Postigo Guzman, Vassar
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College
Metaphors of Embodiment and Disembodiment in the Maya Poetry
of Calixta Gabriel Xiquín: Elizabeth R Bell, Ball State
University
Discussant: Gloria Chacón, University of California/San Diego
760 // LST - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Flamingo A
Escenas precarias: Adaptación, exilio y resistencia en el teatro
hispanoamericano contemporáneo
Chair: Priscilla Meléndez, Trinity College, Hartford
Escandaliz-arte: Escenas precarias y la imposibilidad de resistencia
en Demonios en la piel de Eduardo Adrianzén: Gail A Bulman,
Syracuse University
Transformaciones/traducciones: Juego, adaptación y resistencia en
La razón blindada: Amalia Gladhart, University of Oregon
Parálisis y performance: Precariedades políticas y psicológicas en
Potestad de Eduardo Pavlovsky y Desconcierto de Diana
Raznovich: Priscilla Meléndez, Trinity College, Hartford
Discussant: Vicky Unruh, University of Kansas
761 // ECO - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Salon del Mar A
Free market, economic crisis and social impact
Sponsor: Marcelo Paixão
Chair: Angel M Casas Gragea, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana Unidad Iztapalapa
Free Trade Zones, Liberalization, Remittances, and Tourism, for
what? Jobless Growth in the Dominican Republic: Jose
Caraballo-Cueto, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Sustainable Development and ‘Nostalgia Tourism’ in Rural Oaxaca,
Mexico: Anabel Lopez Salinas, Portland State University
Democracy, Human Capital, and Foreign Direct Investment in the
Mexican States: R Douglas Hecock, Bucknell University
The Effects of Brazilian Economic Growth in poverty: An analysis
of microregions: Debora Gaspar Feitosa, Universidade Federal
do Ceará; Lilian L Ribeiro, Universidade Federal do Ceará
Central American Food Security under DR-CAFTA: Kathleen
Beresh, San Francisco State University
762 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Friday, 2:00pm 3:45pm, San Cristobal A
Gabriela Mistral, Puerto Rico y la diáspora caribeña.
Sponsor: Southern Cone Studies
Sponsor: International Migrations Section
Session Organizer: Elizabeth R Horan, Arizona State University
Chair: Gloria D Medina-Sancho, California State University/Fresno
Gabriela Mistral en Puerto Rico: Luis De Arrigoitia, University de
Puerto Rico, Río Piedras
Consuelo Saleva, la persona nacional con quien Gabriela Mistral
vivió: Elizabeth R Horan, Arizona State University
“Gabriela Mistral y los estudios literarios en la Universidad de
Puerto Rico”: Juan G Gelpi, Universidad de Puerto Rico/Río
Piedras
Discussant: Licia Fiol-Matta, City University of New York/Lehman
College
763 // LSN - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Flamingo D
Gathering Piracy I
Session Organizer: Clayton L McCarl, University of North Florida
Chair: Clayton L McCarl, University of North Florida
Piratería, robos y silencios en Historia del gran reino de la China
(1585) de Juan González de Mendoza: Raul Marrero-Fente,
University of Minnesota
El héroe y el traidor: Sir Francis Drake entre sus contemporáneos
ingleses y españoles: Maria Gracia Rios, Yale University
Enemigos encubiertos: Una visión alternativa de la piratería a
finales del XVII: Clayton L McCarl, University of North Florida
Usos y conformaciones de una piratería retórica en el ámbito
jurídico-legal (1550-1650): Mariana Velazquez, Columbia
University
764 // HEA - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Executive
Boardroom
Health response in precarious times and places
Chair: Alejandra G Lizardi Gomez, University of Guadalajara
Health Policies in Guatemala, an Imperfect Mirror of the Global
Health Agenda: Lucrecia M Hernandez Mack
Mapeo del espacio de atención a padecimientos crónicos por
migrantes transnacionales entre México y Estados Unidos:
Alejandra G Lizardi Gomez, University of Guadalajara
Trayectos y fronteras de la salud femenina migrante: historias de
dominicanas que vive con el VIH/SIDA en Puerto Rico:
Marinilda Rivera Diaz, Universidad de Puerto Rico
765 // INV - Workshop - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, San
Geronimo Ballroom B
Invited Session - Marginalization, Gender, Citizenship: El deber
de los intelectuales
Session Organizer: Jerome C Branche, University of Pittsburgh
Chair: Rubí Carreño, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Presenters: Catalina A Forttes Zalaquett, Pontificia Universidad
Católica de Valparaíso
Marcela Velasco Jaramillo, Colorado State University
Noam Titelman
Jerome C Branche, University of Pittsburgh
766 // INV - Workshop - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, San
Geronimo Ballroom C
Invited Session - Racism and Antiracism in the Multicultural
Turn: Perspectives from the Americas
Sponsor: Track Afrodescendents and Indigenous People
Session Organizers: Irma A Velazquez Nimatuj, Oxlajuj
Emiko Saldívar Tanaka, Colectivo para Eliminar el Racismo,
Mexico
Presenters: Rigoberto Queme Chay, Centro Universitario de
Occidente, CUNOC
Melesio Peter-Espinoza, Universidad Iberoamericana
Marilyn Machado, Proceso de Comunidades Negras
Leith P Mullings, Graduate Center, City University of New York
767 // SEC - Workshop - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, San
Cristobal C
La Dinámica Demográfica de Cuba. Orígenes históricos y
consecuencias actuales
Sponsor: Cuba
Session Organizer: Antonio Aja Díaz, Universidad de La Habana
Chair: Lisandro O Perez, John Jay College, City University of New
York
Presenters: Antonio Aja Díaz, Universidad de La Habana
John A Gutierrez, John Jay College
Grisell Rodríguez Gómez, Centro de Estudios Demográficos
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María Ofelia Rodríguez Soriano, Universidad de La Habana
Discussant: Lisandro O Perez, John Jay College, City University of
New York
768 // EDU - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Murphy 5
La Educación Superior en perspectiva comparada: los casos de
Argentina y Brasil
Chairs: Carlos Benedito Martins, Universidade de Brasília
Sergio F Emiliozzi, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Políticas de la internacionalización de la educación superior
contemporánea brasileña.: Carlos Benedito Martins,
Universidade de Brasília
Políticas de investigación hacia las Universidades en Argentina y
Brasil: Sergio F Emiliozzi, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Los cambios recientes en la educación superior en Brasil: acceso,
diversidad e inclusión.: Clarissa E Baeta Neves, Universidade
Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
769 // DEM - Workshop - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Boardroom
1
La democracia en México tras dos sexenios del PAN y el regreso
del PRI
Session Organizer: Claire E Wright, Universidad Autónoma de
Nuevo León
Chair: Salvador Martí-Puig, Universidad de Girona
Presenters: Reynaldo Yunuen Ortega Ortiz, El Colegio de México
María Fernanda Somuano Ventura, El Colegio de México
Irma Méndez de Hoyos, FLACSO México
Discussant: Claire E Wright, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
770 // LTC - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Boardroom 3
Literary Posthegemony: The Politics of the Affect
Chair: Adam Joseph Shellhorse, Temple University
The Latin American Posthegemonic: Affect, Illiteracy, and the
Question of Reading: Abraham Acosta, University of Arizona
Literary Posthegemony: The Politics of the Affect in Haroldo de
Campos: Adam Joseph Shellhorse, Temple University
Sifting through the Rubble of Literary Affect with Macedonio
Fernández and Hilda Hilst: Justin A Read, University of Buffalo
Roa Bastosmachine: Explosiveness and Multitude in the Boom: Jon
P Beasley-Murray, University of British Columbia
Discussant: David E Johnson, University at Buffalo
771 // CSS - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference 4
Movimientos de resistencia, protestas estudiantiles y uso
intensivo de la web
Session Organizer: Iria Puyosa, Universidad Central de Venezuela
Chair: Iria Puyosa, Universidad Central de Venezuela
Repression is the Driver of Invention: How the Honduran National
Front of Popular Resistance used ICTs to Build Identity,
Organize, and Circumvent Censorship.: Fatima K Espinoza
Vasquez, Syracuse University
El uso de Facebook durante el movimiento estudiantil chileno de
2011: Cristian E Cabalin, Universidad de Chile
¿Un movimiento social en red en el ciclo de protestas venezolano?:
Iria Puyosa, Universidad Central de Venezuela
Discussant: Armando Chaguaceda Noriega, Universidad de
Guanajuato
772 // GEN - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Murphy 7
Mujeres a nivel político local: conquistas, reveses y desafíos:
panel 2
Session Organizer: Edmé Domínguez Reyes, Universidad de
Göteborg
Chair: Patricia Ruiz-Bravo, Universidad Católica del Perú
Respuestas a demandas de género dentro de las elegidas al poder
popular en Mexico: Manuel Angel Rodriguez Rodriguez,
Universidad Autónoma de Guerrero; Rocio Lopez Velasco,
Universidad Autónoma de Guerrero
Mujeres y representacion regional: candidaturas femininas al cargo
de Diputado en Rio Grande do Sul (elecciónes 2010 e 2014):
Maria Lúcia Moritz, UFRGS
Los desafíos de las mujeres en el poder local: Patricia Ruiz-Bravo,
Universidad Católica del Perú
Discussant: Sádia Gonçalves de Castro
773 // GEN - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Boardroom 2
Mundos del Trabajo y Género
Chair: Soledad Martinez Labrin, Universidad del Bío-Bío
"Men To Work And Women To Serve..." Differences Between
Working Boys And Girls In Mexico: Patricia Murrieta
Cummings, Universidad de Guadalajara
Patriarchalism, Machoism and Labor Structure: understanding the
differences on women’s employment across Latin America:
Ismael A Puga Rayo, Universidad Diego Portales
Nuevas sujetas, ¿nuevas identidades?: mujeres profesionistas no
madres.: Liliana I Castañeda, Universidad de Guadalajara
Representaciones Sociales de Género en la Juventud Chilena.:
Soledad Martinez Labrin, Universidad del Bío-Bío
774 // CUL - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference 9
Narcocultura: relación de género y subjetividad política
Session Organizer: Maria Ofelia O Ros, Instituto Caro y Cuervo
Melodrama y subjetividad femenina en Coleccionistas de polvos
raros y La mujer de los sueños rotos: Luz Mireya Romero
Montaño
Las mujeres narco: ¿una transgresión imposible?: Adriana
Jastrzebska, University of Bielsko-Biala, Poland
Sanandresito y la generalización de la subjetividad criminal: Maria
Ofelia O Ros, Instituto Caro y Cuervo
Discussant: Daniel Noemi Voionmaa, Northeastern University
775 // TRA - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Murphy 2
Occupy Movements: Technologies and Networks
Revisiting the Central American Solidarity Movement:
Representations of Central Americans in CISPES-Sponsored
Texts: Jose A Centeno-Melendez, University of Texas at Austin
América Latina en la narrativa de los movimientos sociales globales
en Europa, el caso de España: Antonio Alejo Jaime,
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Discussant: Francisca L James Hernandez, Pima Community
College and SIROW, University of Arizona
776 // DEF - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Foyer A
Order and Violence in Latin America: States, Civilians and
Armed Actors
Ruling the “margins”: state, criminals and the construction of
hybrid local orders: Juan G Albarracin Dierolf, University of
Notre Dame
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Civilian Noncooperation in Civil War: Conceptualization and
Theory Development: Juan Masullo, European University
Institute
State building, sub-national state capacity, and political order in
Mexico and Colombia: Mariano Sánchez Talanquer, Cornell
University
States and civil wars: towards a research agenda on the effects of
civil wars on local state institutions: Andrés Vargas, Doctoral
Student, Yale University
Discussant: Ana M Arjona, Northwestern University
777 // INT - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Ponce de Leon A
Paises Medianos frente al Nuevo Multilateralismo
Latinoamericano: Brasil, México, Venezuela e India.
Chair: Martha L Ardila, Universidad Externado de Colombia
América Latina: Ttransición hacia un Nuevo Regionalismo?.
México en el Proyecto Mesoamérica y en la Alianza del
Pacífico.: Martha L Ardila, Universidad Externado de Colombia
Brasil y el nuevo multilateralismo del siglo XXI: Gisela Da Silva
Guevara
Relaciones India - America Latina: Sin agenda propia. el papel del
Nuevo Multilateralismo: Soraya Stella Caro Vargas
El papel de Venezuela en la cooperación e integración regional de
América Latina y el Caribe: Katarzyna Krzywicka, Faculty of
Political Science, Maria Curie-Sklodowska University
Discussant: Andrés Serbin, Coordinadora Regional de
Investigaciones Económicas y Sociales
778 // CIT - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference 6
Patrimonialización y transformaciones urbanas y regionales
Chair: Macarena Ibarra, Pontificia Universidad Católica de
Chile/Estudios Urbanos y Centro de Desarrollo Urbano Sustentable
African Heritage in Porto Maravilha: Rio de Janeiro at the
Crossroads of Past and Future: Gregory Scruggs, Columbia
University
Cojímar y el ferrocarril de Hershey: dinamización del desarrollo
local en entornos precarios: Mailin López Pino, Unión Nacional
de Arquitectos e Ingenieros de la Construcción de Cuba
Trascendencia histórica y económica de San José de las Lajas:
Ciudad satélite de la capital cubana y cabecera de la nueva
provincia Mayabeque: Jorge F Garcell Domínguez
Industrial Heritage in Latin America. A discussion based on the
Chilean case: Macarena Ibarra, Pontificia Universidad Católica
de Chile/Estudios Urbanos y Centro de Desarrollo Urbano
Sustentable
779 // HUM - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Foyer C
Períodos postdictatoriales y derechos humanos
Chair: Bonnie Taub, University of California/Los Angeles
Anthropological Study of Depression in Post- Dictatorship
Uruguay: Bonnie Taub, University of California/Los Angeles
A Truth Commission for Colombia? Knowledge v.
Acknowledgement in Transitional Justice: Eduardo L GonzalezCueva, New School University
Who Am I to Forget? Los 80 and Collective Memory in Chile's PostDictatorship Generation: Macarena I Moraga Agurto, Center for
Latin American Studies
Discussant: Azun S Candina Polomer, University of Chile
Petitions, Collective Claims, and Ideologies of Justice in the
Spanish Empire
Session Organizer: Yanna P Yannakakis, Emory University
Chair: Alexander S Dawson, Simon Fraser University
Indigenous Slave Networks and Notions of Legal Justice in
Sixteenth-Century Castile: Nancy E van Deusen, Queen's
University
Mestizo Petitions, Narratives of Justice and the Notarial Record in
Sixteenth-Century Colonial Peru: Felipe E Ruan, Brock
University
“Abuse of Authority” and “Disobedience”: Local Ideologies of
Justice in Petitions from 18th Century Oaxaca: Yanna P
Yannakakis, Emory University
Native Petitions in Mexico: Justice and Education for All: Mónica
Díaz, University of Kentucky
Discussant: Frank T Proctor, Denison University
781 // GEN - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, San Cristobal F
Precarious Laws, Persistent Feminist Struggles: Confronting
Violence against Women in Brazil
Session Organizer: Cecilia MacDowell Santos, University of San
Francisco
Chair: Cecilia Maria B Sardenberg, Universidade Federal de Bahia
Disputing the Application of Laws: The Constitutionality of the
Brazilian Statute against Domestic Violence in Courts: Marta R
Rodriguez de Assis Machado, Getulio Vargas Foundation
School of Law Sao Paulo
Acesso à Justiça para Grupos Minoritários no Brasil: Sexo/Gênero
e Raça/Etnia como Públicos Democratizadores do Estado:
Marlise M Almeida, UFMG
The ‘Maria da Penha' Law on the Ground: Emerging Services,
Conflicting Discourses/Networks within a Bipolar State: Cecilia
MacDowell Santos, University of San Francisco
Feminicídio no Brasil: Discussão a partir do Projeto de Lei do
Congresso Nacional: Carmen H de Campos, Universidade de
Vila Velha
Feminist Advocacy against Symbolic Gender Violence:
Campaigning for the Passage of the ‘Antibaixaria’ Law in
Bahia, Brazil: Cecilia Maria B Sardenberg, Universidade
Federal de Bahia
782 // PRE - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Las Olas
Presidential Session - Indigenous Intellectual Agency: A
Hemispheric Dialogue from Abya Yala
Chairs: Luis E Cárcamo-Huechante, University of Texas/Austin
Emilio del Valle-Escalante, University of North Carolina/Chapel
Hill
Una perspectiva Mapuche: ¿Qué es la “investigación” para un
indígena? o ¿cómo situar la “investigación” desde los
conocimientos propios?: José Quidel Lincoleo, Comunidad de
Historia Mapuche
Desafío y construcción: ¿la academia como espacio articulador,
comunitario y crítico?: Judith Bautista Pérez, Universidad
Iberoamericana
"Ser leído y escribido". Del "mundo es ancho y ajeno" a la diáspora
internacional.: Armando H Muyolema, University of
Wisconsin/Madison
Intellectual Formations in the Fragile Miracle of Hemispheric
Indigenous Studies: Robert Warrior, University of Illinois,
Urbana-Champaign
780 // HIS - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, San Cristobal G
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783 // SLS - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Flamboyan
Queering Hispanic Autobiographies. The Text as Self, the Self
as Resistance
Chair: Paola Arboleda, University of Houston
De Mujeres y Otras Raras Apariciones Autobiográficas. Contra los
Silencios que Matan: Paola Arboleda, University of Houston
Monsiváis lee a Novo: la construcción y reconstrucción de dos
autobiografías: Efraín Barradas, University of Florida
Una mirada queer autobiográfica: la ensayística de Richard
Rodriguez: Ignacio F Rodeño Iturriaga, University of Alabama
Discussant: Myrna Garcia-Calderon, Syracuse University
784 // SMP - Workshop - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, San
Geronimo Ballroom A
Reforma monetaria en Cuba: problemas, perspectivas e
implicaciones
Chair: Bert Hoffmann, GIGA German Institute of Global and Area
Studie
Presenters: Emily J Morris, University College London
Omar Everleny Perez Villanueva, Universidad de La Habana
Mayra Paula Espina Prieto, Agencia Suiza para Desarrollo y la
Cooperación (COSUDE)
Jessica Leon Mundul, Universidad de la Habana
Paolo Spadoni, Georgia Regents University - Augusta
785 // LSN - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Almendros
Representations of the Feminine in Colonial and 19th-Century
Latin America
Chair: Alejandro Cortazar, Louisiana State University
Figuras femeninas históricas en la épica culta colonial de la
Conquista: las indias Catalina y Marina: Lise Segas, Université
Bordeaux Montaigne
La representación de la mujer en las novelas fundacionales
latinoamericanas: Monica Alejandra A Canedo, Universidad
Mayor de San Andrés
Clorinda Matto y Mercedes Cabello: manifestaciones claras de un
discurso emergente feminista: Fanny R Roncal Ramírez,
Concordia College
El héroe y la nostalgia de la orfandad en Clemencia (1869) de
Ignacio Manuel Altamirano: Alejandro Cortazar, Louisiana
State University
El precario arte de compartir: construyendo la esfera pública
porfiriana en la cuentística de Laura Méndez de Cuenca: Kevin
M Anzzolin, Wheaton College
786 // HEA - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Tropical B
Reproductive and Sexual Politics
Sponsor: Health and Society
Chair: Guadalupe Fabiola Perez Baleon, Universidad Autonoma
Metropolitana
Derechos reproductivos y sexuales de mujeres indígenas jornaleras
¿Derechos diferenciados?: Concepción Martínez-Maske,
Universidad Autónoma de Baja California; María de Lourdes
Camarena-Ojinaga, Universidad Autónoma de Baja California;
Christine A von Glascoe, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte; Maria
Evarista Arellano-Garcia, Universidad Autonoma de Baja
California
La práctica de la cesárea en mujeres de clase alta en Monterrey,
Nuevo León: Guadalupe Fabiola Perez Baleon, Universidad
Autonoma Metropolitana
Mujeres, género y políticas sociales en México: Elda Montero
Mendoza, Universidad Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco
Análisis del marco legal colombiano sobre esterilización quirúrgica
de mujeres y niñas con discapacidad cognitiva: Natalia Acevedo
Guerrero, McGill University
Discussant: Amparo H Hernández Bello, Pontificia Universidad
Javeriana
787 // HIS - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference 7
Revolution and Development: Economy and State-Making in
Bolivia, 1940s-1970s
Session Organizer: Kevin A Young, Museo de la Palabra y la
Imagen, El Salvador
Chair: Hernán Pruden, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina
/ Universidad Mayor de San Andrés, Bolivia
Oil and Nation in Revolutionary Bolivia: State Development Plans,
Foreign Intervention, and Popular Mobilization: Kevin A
Young, Museo de la Palabra y la Imagen, El Salvador
Nacionalismo y regionalismo en la lucha por los recursos naturales:
Hernán Pruden, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina /
Universidad Mayor de San Andrés, Bolivia
From Dead Weight to National Salvation: Andean Peoples and the
Modernizing Imagination in Postrevolutionary Bolivia: Matthew
Gildner, Washington and Lee University
Discussant: Matthew Gildner, Washington and Lee University
788 // CUL - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference 8
States of Precariousness: Emergence and Emergencies in
Contemporary Latin America
Session Organizers: Kate Jenckes, University of Michigan
Patrick E Dove, Indiana University
Chair: Erin D Graff-Zivin, University of Southern California
The Un-work of Art and the Emergence of the Political in Chilean
Art and Aesthetic Theory: Kate Jenckes, University of Michigan
Exposition and Exposure in César Aira: Erin D Graff-Zivin,
University of Southern California
Precariousness Without Emergency: Adriana Michele Johnson,
University of California/Irvine
The Counselor and Miss Bala: States of Precariousness, Grief, and
Cruelty Handcuffed to Freedom: Gareth Williams, University of
Michigan
Discussant: Patrick E Dove, Indiana University
789 // MAS - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Maguey
Television, New Media and Cultural Circuits
Chains of Tradition, Links for Transmission: What Value Survives
Information in Mídia NINJA’s Collaborative Narratives?: Janet
Hendrickson, Cornell University
Cubavisión Internacional: prácticas comunicativas emergentes
desde un canal cubano con proyección internacional: Liz Laura
George Farray
Los medios entre lo público y lo privado: hacia una definición de
“medios comunitarios” Cerbino, Mauro and Belotti, Francesca:
Mauro Cerbino, FLACSO Ecuador; Francesca Belotti, Sapienza,
University of Rome
Discussant: Rosana Pascual de la Cruz
790 // FIL - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, San Cristobal E
Theorizing Violence in Latin American Cinema
Session Organizers: Arturo Serrano Alvarez, Universidad de las
Artes (Guayaquil)
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Eunha Choi, California State University Long Beach
Chair: Arturo Serrano Alvarez, Universidad de las Artes
(Guayaquil)
Violence and the Precarious Body in Latin American Film: Victoria
L Garrett, West Virigina University
Where Violence meets Aesthetics: Charting Chilean Experimental
Cinema from Raúl Ruiz to Pablo Larrain: Eduardo Ledesma,
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
All the Silent Ladies: Attempted Female Catharsis in Fernando
Meirelles’ City of God and Ariel Dorfman’s Death and the
Maiden: Julia I Martins, American University
Psychological Violence in Buñuel's "Él: Arturo Serrano Alvarez,
Universidad de las Artes (Guayaquil)
Discussant: Eunha Choi, California State University Long Beach
791 // LAB - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Murphy 3
Trabajo Doméstico y Trabajo del Cuidado Remunerados,
perspectivas comparadas desde América Latina
Session Organizer: Mónica Patricia Toledo González, Universidad
Autónoma de Tlaxcala
Chair: Georgina Rojas-García, Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios
Superiores en Antropología Social
Estariam as trabalhadoras domésticas desaparecendo?
Continuidades, mudanças e desafios do serviço doméstico no
Brasil: Jurema G Brites, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria;
Alexandre B Fraga, UFRJ
Trabajadoras domésticas mexicanas frente a la crisis de 2008 y sus
desventajas estructurales: Georgina Rojas-García, Centro de
Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social
Entre el afecto y las disputas: la casa como espacio laboral
feminizado: Mónica Patricia Toledo González, Universidad
Autónoma de Tlaxcala
Discussant: Mirza Aguilar Pérez, Benemérita Universidad
Autónoma de Puebla
Casa de las Américas
Nancy Morejón and The Translatability of Blackness: Marilyn G
Miller, Tulane University
Sound Dissent: Anna C Deeny, The Catholic University of America
No. – Translating Ángel Escobar’s Abuso de confianza: Kristin A
Dykstra, St. Michael's College
Discussant: César A Salgado, University of Texas/Austin
794 // EDU - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Salon del Mar B
Universidades empresas y pedagogía. Financiamiento, lógicas
del poder, guerra y geopolítica
Chair: Stephanie Athey, Lasell College
Precarious by Design: Latin American “Service” as an Economic
Laboratory for US Education: Stephanie Athey, Lasell College
The Distribution of Financial and Pedagogical Resources under the
Logic of War: A case study in the Colombian-Ecuadorian
border: Diana Rodríguez Gómez, Columbia University
The Entrepreneurial Academia in Central America: New Academic
Policies of Subjectification in Public Universities: Carmen
Caamaño-Morúa, Universidad de Costa Rica
Transformación institucional y movilidad social en la universidad
peruana. El caso de las universidades empresas en sectores
emergentes: Carmela Chavez, Universidad Católica
Las prácticas de reflexión didáctica de profesores universitarios
puertorriqueños: Un estudio de caso múltiple: Efrain Flores,
University of Puerto Rico
792 // AGR - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Tropical C
Transformaciones en los mercados de empleo y jornaleros
agrícolas: una mirada latinoamericana
Sponsor: GT Nº 45 CLACSO
Chair: Mauricio Alejandro Tubio Albornoz, Universidad de la
República de Uruguay
Naturaleza y carácter del trabajo rural en áreas de tenencia
incierta: Mónica Isabel Bendini, Universidad Nacional del
Comahue
Desigualdades sociales de los asalariados rurales uruguayos:
tendencias y emergencias: Juan Ignacio Romero Cabrera,
Universidad de la República de Uruguay
Un análisis del mercado laboral agrícola chileno en tiempos de
crisis: elementos para una propuesta con perspectiva de trabajo
decente: Nora R Gray, [email protected]
Un análisis comparativo del empleo zafral en la producción de caña
de azúcar y arándanos en el Uruguay: Mauricio Alejandro
Tubio Albornoz, Universidad de la República de Uruguay
Discussant: Alberto Riella, Universidad de la República de Uruguay
793 // LTC - Panel - Friday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference 5
Translation and Dissent
Session Organizers: Marilyn G Miller, Tulane University
Kristin A Dykstra, St. Michael's College
Chair: Ana Serra, American University
Traducir y ser traducida: Cayetana Nancy Morejón Hernández,
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795 // LTC - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Flamingo B
"Crafting Mexican Identity and the Mexican Past: La
Mexicanidad y sus mitos, exclusiones, y dimensiones
transnacionales."
Session Organizer: Ricardo J Alvarez-Pimentel, Yale University
Chair: Ricardo J Alvarez-Pimentel, Yale University
“El México de afuera: reflexiones de mexicanidad en el exilio.”:
Karla E Gonzalez, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
"Ancestors, Storytellers, and Neighbors: Folkloric Representations
of Indigeneity in Mexican Public Primary Education.": Mark D
Fitzsimmons, Indiana University, Bloomington
"La reconstrucción narrativa de los héroes revolucionarios.": Hugo
Méndez-Ramírez, Georgia State University
"Otra historia: perspectivas mexicanas desde el norte.": Núria
Vilanova Pous, American University
Tepoztlan, Tierra de Promision: Reproductions of Mexican
historical identity in transnational tourism literature (19261933): Ricardo J Alvarez-Pimentel, Yale University
Discussant: Ryan F Long, University of Maryland
796 // BIO - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 3
Colloquium on socio-economic aspects of resource extraction
industries (part 2 of 3)
Sponsor: Centre for Research on Latin America and the Caribbean
(CERLAC), York University, Toronto
Chair: James F Rochlin, University of British Columbia
Acumulación y regulación: El caso de las industrias extractivas en
la Región de Cuyo- Argentina: Alberto D Gago
Women and the deconstruction of the promise of ‘inclusive
equality’ in the context of extractive-led development: The case
of Ecuador: Areli S Valencia Vargas, University of Ottawa
Canadian extractive industry in Cuba: The Sherritt International
model: Raúl Rodríguez Rodríguez, Universidad de La Habana
By the gun or by the bribe: Junior mining companies and corruption
in Guatemala: Michael L Dougherty, Illinois State University
797 // REL - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Guayacan
Contectualizing Religious Activism, Theologies and
Spiritualities
Chair: Creighton Chandler, Yale University
Maryknoll’s Mission Avatar: The Life and Times and Education of
"Carlos Campesino" in Guatemala’s Highlands, 1968:
Creighton Chandler, Yale University
Religious Activism, Development, and the Cold War in Guatemala:
Bonar L Hernández, Iowa State University
Liberation Theology: The Implications of the Latin America
Experience for South Asia: Vasant K Bawa, Shanti Foundation
Spiritual but Not Religious: José Carlos Mariátegui's Spiritual
Vision: Christopher Tirres, DePaul University
798 // CUL - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 10
Cuba en la era soviética y la condición post-soviética (II)
Session Organizers: Jacqueline E Loss, University of Connecticut
Maria A Cabrera Arus, New School for Social Research
Chair: Jacqueline E Loss, University of Connecticut
A (hi)story of Pork: Notes from the Special Period: Gabriel Vignoli
Lo que quedó en Cuba cuando los rusos se fueron a la luna: José
Miguel Sánchez Gómez, UNEAC
La diáspora (Post)Soviética en Cuba: Dmitri Prieto Samsonov, GT
AC&SE CLACSO; Jenny Cruz Cabrera, Grupo de Trabajo
Anticapitalismos y Sociabilidades Emergentes (AC&SE) del
Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales (CLACSO);
Regina María Cano Orue, Grupo de Trabajo Anticapitalismos y
Sociabilidades Emergentes (AC&SE) del Consejo
Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales (CLACSO)
Discussant: Esther K Whitfield, Brown University
799 // GEN - Workshop - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, San
Cristobal F
Cuerpos, Precariedades y Exclusiones: los feminismos y los
desafíos de la Justicia Social en América Latina y el Caribe
Session Organizer: Veronica I Schild, University of Western Ontario
Chair: Elizabeth Maier, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte
Presenters: Julia Estela Monárrez Fragoso, El Colegio de la Frontera
Norte
Gabriela Arguedas Ramirez, Universidad de Costa Rica
Elizabeth Maier, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte
Graciela Di Marco, Universidad Nacional de San Martín
Montserrat Sagot, Universidad de Costa Rica
Edmé Domínguez Reyes, Universidad de Göteborg
Mario M Pecheny, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Narda Zoila Henríquez Ayín, Pontificia Universidad Católica del
Perú
800 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Friday, 4:00pm 5:45pm, San Cristobal B
El Lugar de la Memoria, la Tolerancia y la Inclusión Social:
Reflexiones sobre sus procesos, contenido e impacto
Sponsor: Peru
Session Organizer: Anne M Lambright, Trinity College
Chair: Anne M Lambright, Trinity College
Entre el canto rodado y la pared: el incómodo lugar de la memoria:
Margarita Saona, University of Illinois/Chicago
“No hay una sola memoria”: Military and Police Encounters with
the Place of Memory: Joseph P Feldman, University of Florida
Entre la pérdida y el trauma transhistórico: ¿Por qué es tan díficil
un museo nacional de la memoria?: Anne M Lambright, Trinity
College
Discussant: Maria Eugenia Ulfe, Pontificia Universidad Católica del
Perú
801 // DEF - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Murphy 6
Evolving Conceptions of Violence and Security in Latin America
Seguridad ciudadana en América Latina: la democracia
participativa a prueba de la “razón de la fuerza”: Mila S
Ivanovic, Instituto de Altos Estudios Nacionales en Quito
From Not-Knowing to Knowing: Changing Crime Stories in San
Salvador, 1994-2014: Ellen E Moodie, University of Illinois
Cultura Ciudadana: Violence and Insecurity in Contemporary
Colombia: Stacey L Hunt, Auburn University
802 // FEA - Featured/Invited Session - Friday, 4:00pm 5:45pm, San Geronimo Ballroom C
Featured Panel - LASA/Oxfam America Martin Diskin
Lectureship: Lynn Stephen
Session Organizer: Debra A Castillo, Cornell University
Presenter: Lynn M Stephen, University of Oregon
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803 // HIS - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Flamingo D
Gathering Piracy II
Session Organizer: Mariana Velazquez, Columbia University
Chair: Mariana Velazquez, Columbia University
Drake, Rogers y Anson en el Mar del Sur: bandidos o héroes:
Sabrina Guerra, Universidad San Francisco de Quito
Anti-Spanish privateers of the “masterless Caribbean” (18131815): Edgardo Pérez Morales, New York University
Economic Modernization, Culture, and Illicit Trade Networks in the
Port of Matamoros, Mexico, 1826-1848: Melisa C Galván, New
Mexico State University
804 // HEA - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Tropical B
Genetic Inclusion: Science, Política, and Identities in Mexico
and Brazil
Session Organizer: Rosanna Dent, University of Pennsylvania
Chair: Rosanna Dent, University of Pennsylvania
Including the Indigenous: Xavante Genes in Brazilian Human
Population Genetics since 1950: Rosanna Dent, University of
Pennsylvania
The Creation of Brazilian Forensic DNA databases and Disputes
over “Rights”: Vitor S Richter, Federal University of Rio
Grande do Sul
Capitalizing Mexican Genomics: Mestizo and Latino Identity in an
Increasingly Privatized Scientific Arena: Emily E Vasquez,
Columbia University
An Identity Crisis: The Politics of Race, Health, and Citizenship for
Sickle Cell Disease in Brazil: Melissa Creary, Emory University
Discussant: Alexandra M Stern, University of Michigan
805 // LSN - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Foyer C
Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda: un legado múltiple
Chair: Cira Romero Rodríguez, Instituto de Literatura y Lingüística
Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda: crítica literaria y ensayista: Cira
Romero Rodríguez, Instituto de Literatura y Lingüística
Maternidades en Avellaneda, una exploración: Verónica Alemán
Cruz, Instituto Cubano del Libro
De una escritura femenina y transgresora: Gertrudis Gómez de
Avellaneda como contribuidora de álbumes: Jeannette Acevedo
Rivera, Guilford College
Coleccionismo y nostalgia. Un álbum de autógrafos de Gertrudis
Gómez de Avellaneda: Zaida Capote Cruz, Instituto de
Literatura y Lingüística
Violencia, memoria y nación: interrupciones en el discurso
fundacional de Sab: Jenna R Leving Jacobson, University of
Chicago
Discussant: Anke Birkenmaier, Indiana University
806 // CSS - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 4
Globalized Social Movements, Latin America, the Arab Spring
and Beyond-1
Sponsor: Latin American Perspectives
Session Organizers: Gary F Prevost, St. John's University
Harry E Vanden, University of South Florida
Chair: Gary F Prevost, St. John's University
Social Movements in Bolivia: Annabelle Conroy, University of
Central Florida
Taking the Streets, Swarming Public Spaces: The 2013 Popular
Protests
And Social Movements in Brazil:
Harry E Vanden, University of South Florida
Occupy: Prehistories and Continuities: Samantha L Shakur
Bowden, University of South Florida
807 // HIS - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 7
Historia social e historia política en Latinoamérica: sus vínculos
y articulaciones
Chairs: Annick Lempérière, Université Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne
Juan Luis Ossa, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez
Liderazgos caudillistas, clientelismo y politización popular. Los
casos de José María de la Cruz y Pedro León Gallo. Chile, 1851
y 1859: Joaquín Fernández Abara, Universidad Finis Terrae
Las movilizaciones armadas en el mundo rural venezolano de los
años 1840-1850. ¿Bandidismo social o contestación política?:
Véronique Hébrard, Université Paris 1
Historia social e historia política en la independencia peruana: una
revisión historiográfica: Cecilia Méndez Gastelumendi,
University of California/Santa Barbara
808 // INV - Featured/Invited Session - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm,
Las Olas
Invited Session - Cuerpo, violencia y cultura: actualización de
las subjetividades políticas en América Latina I
Sponsor: Cultura, Poder y Subjetividades Políticas
Session Organizers: Margara Millán Moncayo, Universidad
Nacional Autónoma de México
Graciela G Monteagudo, UMass Amherst, STPEC
Chair: Margara Millán Moncayo, Universidad Nacional Autónoma
de México
New subjectivities: building “compañerismo” in the movement and
at home: Graciela G Monteagudo, UMass Amherst, STPEC
Mexican Free Radios and the Production of Insurgent Subjectivity:
Jeffrey S Juris, Northeastern University
Luchas por lo común contra el cercamiento y despojo capitalista de
los bienes comunes naturales en México: Mina Lorena L
Navarro Trujillo, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla
Colonization and Resistance: The making of indigenous
subjectivities in Mexico and India: Vasundhara Jairath, Research
Scholar
809 // INV - Workshop - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, San Cristobal
C
Invited Session - Precariedad y política de lo íntimo en la
literatura contemporánea
Sponsor: LST Literary Studies: Contemporary
Session Organizer: Estelle C Tarica, University of
California/Berkeley
Presenters: Cristina Rivera Garza, University of California/San
Diego
Guillermo F Rebollo-Gil, Universidad del Este
Sergio Chejfec, New York University
810 // SLS - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Flamboyan
Las intersecciones de la identidad, sexualidad y masculinidad
Sponsor: Shawn Schulenberg
Chairs: Eddiel López García
Adriana M Garriga Lopez, Kalamazoo College
La comunidad LGBTI cubana en redes sociales: un estudio
fundamentado en sistemas de datos abiertos: Eddiel López
García
Vivencias y resistencias en dos grupos de lesbianas boricuas y
cubanas: Norma Guillard Limonta, Universidad de La Habana;
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Sarah M Malavé Lebrón, Universidad de Puerto Rico Cayey
Domo Economicus: Rational Choice and Zero-Sum Masculinities in
the Fiction of Junot Díaz: Israel Reyes, Dartmouth College
¿Románticos, costumbristas, prevencionistas, conservadores,
equitativos o amenazantes? Posiciones discursivas sobre la
socialización familiar del inicio sexual en jóvenes de Ocotlán,
México y Antofagasta, Chile: Karla Contreras
Discussant: Martin Jaime, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru
811 // MLD - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Foyer A
Las mujeres en los flujos migratorios: subsistencia e impacto
político
Chair: Lourdes Pérez Montalvo, Universidad de La Habana
La diáspora femenina centroamericana, sus riesgos y
oportunidades: una difícil valoración: María da Gloria Marroni,
Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla
Migración de latinas y caribeñas en busca de futuro: ¿solución o
problema?: Lourdes Pérez Montalvo, Universidad de La Habana
Racialización y sexualización de las trabajadoras colombianas en
Chile: Antonia Mardones Marshall, Columbia University
Tracing Contributions: Salvadoran Women in the Diaspora and the
2014 Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front (FMLN)
Presidential Campaign: Samantha Pineda, University of
California, Santa Cruz
Discussant: María da Gloria Marroni, Benemérita Universidad
Autónoma de Puebla
812 // HIS - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, San Cristobal G
Latin America and the United States: Local and Transnational
Histories of the Cold War
Session Organizer: Jorge A Nallim, University of Manitoba
Chair: Federico Finchelstein, New School for Social Research
Soft Diplomacy in Wartime: The OCIAA and Cultural Programs in
Latin America, 1940-1945: Monica A Rankin, University of
Texas/Dallas
Peronism, Populism and the Cold War: Federico Finchelstein, New
School for Social Research
The geopolitics of U.S. transnational media and the idea of the
middle class in Argentina, 1941-1955.: Lisa A Ubelaker
Andrade, Universidad De San Andres
Anti-Peronism, Anti-Communism, and the Cultural Cold War in
Argentina: the Argentine Association for Cultural Freedom
(1955-1963): Jorge A Nallim, University of Manitoba
Discussant: Lisa A Ubelaker Andrade, Universidad De San Andres
813 // LAT - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Murphy 1
Latino/a Crossings: Towards a Relational Understanding of
[email protected] Pluralities in the United States and Beyond.
Session Organizer: Lorgia H García Peña, Harvard University
Chair: Nicole M Guidotti-Hernández, University of Texas at Austin
Eastside Imaginaries: Towards a Relational and Transnational
Chicana/o Cultural History: Luis Alvarez, University of
California/San Diego
"Moving into the Transnational Latino/a Studies Framework: CMAS
and MALS at the University of Texas at Austin.": Nicole M
Guidotti-Hernández, University of Texas at Austin
The New American(o)s: Intralatino/as and the Utopia of National
Hybridities: Frances R Aparicio, Northwestern University
Translating Dreams: Italo-Dominican Youth and Translatino
Struggles in Milan.: Lorgia H García Peña, Harvard University
814 // LAW - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Ponce de Leon C
Legalizing Peace: Postconflict challenges and Law in Colombia
Chair: Stephen E Meili, University of Minnesota
Foreign Investors and Peace in Colombia: Nicolás M Perrone,
Universidad Externado de Colombia
Justicia transicional en disputa: análisis sobre el proceso de paz en
Colombia: Gabriel I Gómez, Universidad de Antioquia
Internally and Externally Displaced Colombians: A Comparison of
the Impact of Human Rights Norms: Stephen E Meili, University
of Minnesota
Ordenamiento Territorial Transiconal: la construcción de
territorios entre la guerra y la paz en Colombia: Roberto Carlos
Vidal López, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. Bogotá D.C.
Social Movements and the Victims and Land Restitution Law in
Colombia: Acceptance, Resistance, or Reform?: Patricia M
Rodriguez, Ithaca College
815 // GEN - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Murphy 7
Masculinidades, cultura de masas y violencia en la escena
cultural latinoamericana (cine, novela, crónica/siglos XXXXI)
Session Organizer: Antonio M Isea, Western Michigan University
Chair: Gorica Majstorovic, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
“Sexualidad, historia y crimen en Azul petróleo, de Boris
Izaguirre”: Wilfredo J Hernandez, Allegheny College
Masculinities and Genres in Junot Díaz’s The Brief Wondrous Life
of Oscar Wao: Antoinette M Hertel, St. Joseph's College/New
York
Fair Play o las trampas de la masculinidad hegemónica en Heleno:
notas sobre cine y fútbol en Brasil.: Antonio M Isea, Western
Michigan University
Masculinities and Mass Culture in Roberto Arlt: Gorica
Majstorovic, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
Discussant: Dorian Lugo-Bertrán, Universidad de Puerto Rico
816 // LTC - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Boardroom 3
Poéticas de alteridad: del teatro al poema y el archivo
Session Organizer: Mário Cezar S Leite, Universidade Federal de
Mato Grosso
Chairs: Rodolfo Polzin Rondon, Universidade Federal de Mato
Grosso
Juan Pablo Lupi, University of California/Santa Barbara
Vanguardas e poéticas culturais dos (des)entendimentos.: Mário
Cezar S Leite, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso
Desterritorializando a poética de construção da cia. Teatro
Mosaico: Sandro Silva
Los mares interiores de la poesía modernista: Jorge Luis Castillo,
UCSB
Rafael José Muñoz: vanguardia, archivo y alteridad: Juan Pablo
Lupi, University of California/Santa Barbara
817 // LTC - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Flamingo C
Memoria y violencia política: cine documental, literatura y arte
(Ecuador, Chile, Uruguay y Centroamérica)
Session Organizer: Elizabeth G Rivero, U.S. Coast Guard Academy
Chair: Renata Égüez, Southern Methodist University
From ‘Obstinate Memory’ to Explosions of Recollections: Social
Documentaries and Cultural Sites of Remembrance in Chile:
Julia A Kushigian, Connecticut College
Puntos ciegos de la memoria en el cine documental ecuatoriano:
Con mi corazón en Yambo y La muerte de Jaime Roldós: Renata
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Égüez, Southern Methodist University
Familia, violencia, post-memoria: D. F de Mateo Gutiérrez (2008):
Elizabeth G Rivero, U.S. Coast Guard Academy
818 // LAB - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Murphy 3
Mercados de trabajo y condiciones laborales: viejas realidades y
nuevos escenarios internacionales
Session Organizer: Enrique M Padrón Innamorato, Universidad
Nacional Autónoma de México
Chair: Luciana Gandini, Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas
UNAM
El comercio exterior y condiciones laborales en Centroamérica. Los
casos de Guatemala, El Salvador y Costa Rica: Ana Escoto, El
Colegio de México
Las profesionistas mexicanas en el mercado laboral
estadounidense: ¿Integradas o segregadas?: Telésforo Ramírez
García, CRIM-UNAM
Análisis de la brecha salarial entre las personas con y sin
discapacidad en ocupaciones no calificadas: Jorge Reyes
Manzano
Las condiciones de trabajo entre los jóvenes y la importancia de la
escolaridad: Emma Liliana L Navarrete, El Colegio Mexiquense
A,C.
Discussant: Rosa Patricia Román Reyes, Universidad Autonoma del
Estado de México
819 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Friday, 4:00pm 5:45pm, San Cristobal A
Mujeres y militancia en el Cono Sur: De la calle a la letra y la
imagen
Sponsor: Southern Cone Studies
Session Organizer: María Rosa Olivera-Williams, University of
Notre Dame
Chair: Bernardita P Llanos, Brooklyn College, CUNY
Deber de memoria y políticas de exilio: el compromiso de volver a
entrar en la historia: Carmen Castillo, Cineasta y
documentalista
Desde la militancia y la experiencia concentracionaria al reclamo
ético de justicia social en postdictadura: el caso Pilar Calveiro:
María Rosa Olivera-Williams, University of Notre Dame
Poéticas de visibilidad variable: testimonios, memorias, huellas y
huecos: Ana M Forcinito, University of Minnesota
Resistencia, violencia y feminismo: memorias de las mujeres
sobrevivientes del terrorismo de Estado en Chile: Hillary C
Hiner, Universidad Diego Portales
Discussant: Walescka Pino Ojeda, University of Auckland
820 // ART - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Ceiba
Nation and Race in the Visual Culture of Latin America
Chair: Heather M Shirey, University of St. Thomas
‘A Vanishing Presence’: Creole identity and the visual tradition of
black culture in 19th century Peru: Helen M Melling, King's
College London
La Imagen de la República ¿Imaginario de la Nación Cubana?: Luz
Merino
The Image of the Baiana in Salvador da Bahia, Brazil: Heather M
Shirey, University of St. Thomas
Un Cenotafio de/para la Revolución Bolivariana: Dislocaciones en
el paisaje cultural de Caracas: Ana L Servigna
Latin American Identity and the Dark Side of the Baroque: Ben A
Heller, University of Notre Dame
Discussant: Giovanna Montenegro, University of California, Davis
821 // ECO - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Salon del Mar A
National and Sub-National Innovations in Social Policy in
Mexico: Evaluation and Analysis
What´s Next After Fifteen Years of Conditional Cash Transfers in
Mexico?: Pablo E Yanes, ECLAC
La Cruzada Nacional contra el Hambre y la seguridad alimentaria:
primeros resultados: Iliana Yaschine Arroyo, PUED-UNAM;
Sara M Ochoa Leon, UNAM; Citlalli Hernández, Independent
researcher
Intersections of Social Policy and Citizen Security in Mexico City:
Lucy Luccisano, Wilfrid Laurier University
Land Use Regularization as Social Policy in Mexico City: Jill Wigle,
Carleton University
Discussant: Jonathan A Fox, American University
822 // SMP - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Boardroom 2
New Political Economy Perspectives on Extractives in Latin
America
Session Organizer: Matthew Amengual, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology
Chair: Thea N Riofrancos, Providence College
State-making, Corporate Strategies, and the Politics of Resource
Extraction in Post-neoliberal Ecuador: Thea N Riofrancos,
Providence College
Local content requirements in the oil and gas industry in developing
countries: the return of ISI?: Renato L Oliveira, MIT
Who extracts what out of extractives? Local distributional politics of
mining in Bolivia: Matthew Amengual, Massachusetts Institute
of Technology
Can society embed the market economy from the bottom up? The
construction of environmental governance in Espinar, Peru:
Jose Carlos Orihuela Paredes, Pontificia Universidad Católica
del Perú
Beyond Voluntary: The State and Corporate Self-Regulation in
Mining: Paul A Haslam, University of Ottawa
823 // MAS - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Maguey
No Future? Reclaiming Science Fiction at the Borderlands
Chair: Luis A Marentes, University of Massachusetts/Amherst
A Brief History of Robots in [email protected] Science Fiction: Matthew D
Goodwin
Ghosts from the Future Past: Reclaiming Sci-Fi from the Margins in
"The Great Mojado Invasion II": Luis Saenz De Viguera,
Merrimack College
"Sleep Dealer": Dealing a Future with the Present's Tools: Luis A
Marentes, University of Massachusetts/Amherst
824 // LAT - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Ponce
Pathways to success for Latino students in Puerto Rico and the
United States mainland
Session Organizer: Elizabeth I Iglesias, Edinboro University of
Pennsylvania
Chair: Marielle Rochet Iglesias, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Efectividad de la Integración de los Padres en la Educación de sus
Hijos Diagnosticados con Autismo: Un Estudio de Caso:
Marielle Rochet Iglesias, Universidad de Puerto Rico
“La Escuela Sabatina” and its integrating perspectives for Latinos
in Baltimore, MD: Caridad Morales Nussa, Towson University
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Collaboration with [email protected] to mentor [email protected] students at
Edinboro University of Pennsylvania: Elizabeth I Iglesias,
Edinboro University of Pennsylvania; Brenda L Abreu-Baker,
Edinboro University of PA
Discussant: Norma Luisa Vasallo Barrueta, Universidad de La
Habana
825 // CUL - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 9
Performatividades de la Imagen I: Desplazamientos e
irrupciones
Session Organizers: Laura Demaria, University of Maryland/College
Park
María de los Ángeles Donoso Macaya, BMCC/CUNY
Chair: Laura Demaria, University of Maryland/College Park
Argentina pinta bien en el Centro Cultural Recoleta, Argentina
pinta mejor en provincia: reflexiones en torno al regionalismo
identitario: Laura Demaria, University of Maryland/College
Park
Juan Downey, de la comunicación emancipatoria a la información
retenida: Gonzalo Montero, Washington University in Saint
Louis
Lo visual, la víscera: Comunidades corporales y comunidades
visuales en El estómago de la cultura (2012): Sebastian J DiazDuhalde, Dartmouth College
Imagen-cine y museo: algunas consideraciones teóricas a partir de
la obra audiovisual de Gianfranco Foschino: José Miguel
Palacios, New York University
826 // INT - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Ponce de Leon B
Políticas exteriores sudamericanas. Una visión a través de la
Red de Observatorios de Políticas Exteriores.
Chair: Diego Hernández Nilson, Universidade Federal de Santa
Catarina / Universidad de la República
Constreñir, reducir y limitar: el derrotero jurídico y económico de
la Política Exterior Argentina: Maria J Frances, Universidad
Nacional de Rosario
La política exterior de los gobiernos de izquierda en Uruguay
(2005-2015). La validez de la política pendular en el contexto
regional contemporáneo.: Diego Hernández Nilson,
Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina / Universidad de la
República
Política externa e doutrina de defesa na imprensa do Mercosul:
Eduardo Mei, UNESP; José Augusto Zague, UNESP,
UNICAMP, PUC-SP
827 // INT - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Ponce de Leon A
Procesos Regionales: Perspectivas desde México
Sponsor: Tecnológico de Monterrey
Session Organizer: Luz Araceli González Uresti, Instituto
Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey
Chair: Pablo T Sánchez Ramírez, Tecnológico de Monterrey
“¿Transición democrática en México?: Precariedades y exclusiones
de un proceso inacabado”: Luz Araceli González Uresti,
Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey
"Política Exterior de México en el siglo XXI: atrapado entre dos
amores": David J Sarquís Ramírez, Tecnológico de Monterrey
"América Latina y el Cribe en el orden global: posibilidades para
un Nuevo Meridionalismo"/: Dejan Mihailovic, Tecnológico de
Monterrey
“El papel de América Latina en el marco del enfrentamiento
comercial, diplomático y económico de Rusia con la UE y
EE.UU. a causa del conflicto en Ucrania”: Pablo T Sánchez
Ramírez, Tecnológico de Monterrey
828 // AFR - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Tropical A
Public Discrimination
Session Organizers: Antonio Sérgio A Guimarães, Universidade de
São Paulo
Jerry Dávila, University of Illinois
Chair: João F Feres Júnior, Universidade do Estado do Rio de
Janeiro
Public yet Invisible: Racial Discrimination in Cuba: Alejandro De
La Fuente, Harvard University
Racial Exclusion and Brazilian Culture in the Vargas Regime
(1930-45): Jessica Graham, University of California, San Diego
Affirmative action and liberal thought in Brazil: an aborted
proposal: Antonio Sérgio A Guimarães, Universidade de São
Paulo
Racism and Antiracism in Brazil’s Katherine Dunham Case: Jerry
Dávila, University of Illinois
829 // DEM - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Salon del Mar B
Reimagining Democracy and Citizenship in Latin America
Chair: Luz del Alba Acevedo-Gaud, University of Puerto Rico
(Re)conceptualising Democracy: lessons from Venezuela: Maura
Duffy, University of Manchester
Democracia y Desciudadanización: Bruno U Bivort, Universidad
del Bío-Bío
Participación popular y construcción de la ciudadanía: Discursos
transmitidos a través de los mecanismos participativos: Pascal
Lupien, University of Guelph
830 // FIL - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, San Cristobal E
Remapping Latin American Cinema
Session Organizer: Sara Brandellero, Leiden University
Chair: Sara Brandellero, Leiden University
The Contemporary Road Movie: Remapping Brazil’s Journeys on
Screen: Sara Brandellero, Leiden University
The Untrammeled Film Camera: The Expedition Films of the
Rondon Commission: Maite Conde, University of Cambridge
Maps of Desire: the Queer Latin American Road Movie: Ramayana
Lira de Sousa, Universidade do Sul de Santa Catarina
Viajes hacia el mar in contemporary Latin American Cinema:
Alessandra S Brandão, UNISUL
The Brazilian Spiritualist Film: An annotated filmography: Alfredo
Suppia, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP)
831 // MLD - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Executive
Boardroom
Representaciones de la migración desde la diáspora: medios y
memoria
Chair: Fidel A Rodríguez, Havana University
Decision to Learn Finnish: Linguistic Biographies of Adult Latin
Americans in Helsinki: Sarri M Vuorisalo-Tiitinen, University of
Helsinki
Medios y migración. Agarrando "la Bestia": una perspectiva
transfronteriza y multimediática: Catherine L Benamou,
University of California/Irvine
Memoria y palabra en la migración internacional: el significado
del territorio en la movilidad: Diana Tamara Martinez Ruiz,
Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo; Miriam
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Reyes Tovar, Universidad de Guanajuato
Retornos imaginados. Prácticas de representación visuales de
procesos migratorios trasnacionales por usuarios cubanos en
sitios de redes sociales en Internet: Fidel A Rodríguez, Havana
University
Discussant: Sarri M Vuorisalo-Tiitinen, University of Helsinki
832 // EDU - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Murphy 5
Resistências, ideias descoloniais e emergências pedagógicas
Session Organizer: Danilo R Streck, Universidade do Vale do Rio
dos Sinos
Chair: Cheron Z Moretti, Universidade de Santa Cruz do
Sul/UNISC
Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala: entre resistências e subalternidades
na pedagogia (des)colonial: Cheron Z Moretti, Universidade de
Santa Cruz do Sul/UNISC; Danilo R Streck, Universidade do
Vale do Rio dos Sinos
Enseñanzas tangenciales: José María Vargas Vila (1860-1933)
como pedagogo: Antonio Villarruel, Universidad Internacional
SEK-Ecuador
“My pedagogy is social”: On Luis Iglesias’ rural school (19381957) and educational innovations in conservative times: Daniel
D Schugurensky, Arizona State University
Félix Varela y Morales: una pedagogía para la liberación: Felipe
de Jesús Pérez Cruz, Unión Nacional de Historiadores de Cuba
As bases da colonialidade no Brasil e América Latina: Padre José
de Anchieta e as heranças da educação colonial: Telmo Adams
Discussant: Telmo Adams
833 // LTC - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 5
Revistas en la tempestad: revistas, lugares, albumes.
Chair: Liset Cruz Garcia, Florida State University
Revista de Avance, el imperativo del cambio: Lianet Hernández
Rodríguez, Casa de las Américas
The Appearance of the MAM-SP on the Brazilian Cultural Map:
Looking at the American Modernist Agenda for Brazil, and
through Brazil: Kalinca Costa Söderlund, University of Essex
Una guarida y un teatro: Reinventando Cuba en dos espacios
heterotópicos: Liset Cruz Garcia, Florida State University
834 // LSN - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Almendros
Roots and Offshoots: New Approaches to Cirilo Villaverde’s
Cecilia Valdés
Session Organizers: Thomas F Genova, University of Minnesota,
Morris
Leslie Bary, University of Louisana at Lafayette
Chair: Thomas F Genova, University of Minnesota, Morris
Textual Influences and Infidelities: Cecilia Valdés in the Americas:
Thomas F Genova, University of Minnesota, Morris
Cecilia Valdés in New Orleans: Leslie Bary, University of Louisana
at Lafayette
The Cultural Franchise of Cecilia Valdés: Lucy D Harney, Texas
State University
Norge Espinosa Mendoza’s La Virgencita de Bronce: From Cecilia
Valdés to the Puppet Unstrung: Vanessa A Nelsen, Emory
University
Sugar, Coffee, and Tobacco and the Construction of the Cuban
Nation in Cirilo Villaverde’s Cecilia Valdés: William Luis,
Vanderbilt University
835 // AGR - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Tropical C
Rural Networks and Modernizing States: Rethinking The
Precariousness of Rurality in Latin America.
Session Organizer: Javier Puente Valdivia, Pontifical Catholic
University of Chile
Chair: Gilbert M Joseph, Yale University
Schooling the Indians to Modernize the Countryside: A Comparative
Study of Mapuche and Guarani Education in Chile and Bolivia
(1900-1950): Daniel Cano, Georgetown University
‘La Libertad del Indio’: Maya Political Mobilization and the
Contradictions of the Liberal Nation-State, 1920-1932: Julie A
Gibbings, University of Manitoba
Sheep, Wool, and the Ecology of Development: The Peruvian
Central Highlands in the Twentieth Century: Javier Puente
Valdivia, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile
Ecological Intervention, Migration, and Otomí Life in the Northern
Mezquital: The Paradox of Rurality in Modern Mexico: Johns
W Graham, Yale University
Discussant: Florencia E Mallon, University of Wisconsin
836 // PIP - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Garita
Security and Drugs
Chair: Guzman Castro, University of Pennsylvania School of Arts
and Sciences
Social Preferences and Support for Transitional Justice: Public
Opinion and Security Policy in Latin America: Gregory J Love,
University of Mississippi
High on Ideology, Low on Drugs: The Emergence of Uruguay's War
on Drugs 1968-1974: Guzman Castro, University of
Pennsylvania School of Arts and Sciences
Understanding public support for the use of state violence in Latin
America. A cross-national test of competing explanations:
Cecilia Chouhy, University of the Republic-Uruguay/University
of Cincinnati
Discussant: Javier Vazquez D'Elia, Penn State University
837 // CUL - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 8
States of Precariousness: Emergence and Emergencies in
Contemporary Latin America (II)
Session Organizers: Kate Jenckes, University of Michigan
Patrick E Dove, Indiana University
Chair: Jacques Lezra, New York University
The Preterite University, Or, Precarious Universalism: Jacques
Lezra, New York University
Precarity and Post-sovereignty: Oscar del Barco’s Exceso y
donación and the History of Philosophy: Patrick E Dove,
Indiana University
Suspending Democracy: David E Johnson, University at Buffalo
The Crisis of no Crisis: Neoliberalism and its So-called Wars: Brett
S Levinson, State University of New York/Binghamton
Discussant: Kate Jenckes, University of Michigan
838 // LAT - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Murphy 4
The Hip-Hop Borderlands: Aztec Identity, Black-Brown
solidarity, and Puerto Rican Spiritualties
Chair: Melissa Castillo-Garsow, Yale University
Bandoleros: The Black Spiritual Identities of Tego Calderon and
Don Omar: Jason Nichols, University of Maryland
Tenuous-Solidarity: Black and Brown in hip-hop: Robert Tinajero,
Paul Quinn College
¿Y las mujeres?: Hip Hop como una herramienta de
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839 // PIP - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Caribe
The Politics of Subnational Inequality
Chair: Silvia A Otero, Northwestern University
Tackling Intra-state Inequalities in Health: Bahia and Minas Gerais
in Comparative Perspective: Jorge Antonio Alves, City
University of New York/Queens College
Assessing Development and Subnational Inequality: Urban Brazil
in Comparative Perspective: Christopher L Gibson, Simon
Fraser University
Subnational Inequality in Social Development. The Colombian
Case: Silvia A Otero, Northwestern University
Subnational Inequality in Chile: Paths toward Effective Social
Policy Implementation: Jennifer E Pribble, University of
Richmond
840 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Friday, 4:00pm 5:45pm, San Cristobal D
The politics of space and place in early republican Colombia
Sponsor: Colombia
Chair: Joshua M Rosenthal, Western Connecticut State University
Knowledge of Political Economy and the Search for Order during
the Interregnum In New Granada, 1808-1816: Maria Jose
Afanador, University of Texas/Austin
The birth of the Canton in Early Republican Gran Colombia, 18191830: Lina M Del Castillo, University of Texas/ Austin
Provincial indultos after a national war. Clemency after the Guerra
Melista of 1854: Joshua M Rosenthal, Western Connecticut
State University
Battling for inclusion: popular mobilization and land rights in a
small community in nineteenth-century Colombia, the case of
Aldea de María: Ricardo J Kerguelen, Universidad de los Andes
Discussant: Eduardo Posada-Carbo, St Antony's College, Oxford
University
Miriam Kornblith, National Endowment for
Democracy/Universidad Central de Venezuela
Venezuela en Crisis: La Economía Política de Venezuela PostChávez: Jose Manuel Puente, LAC-University of Oxford
How We Fight: Opposition Strategies against Presidents in Hybrid
Regimes: Laura Gamboa-Gutierrez, University of Notre Dame
La diplomacia venezolana sin Chávez: Carlos A Romero Méndez,
Universidad Central de Venezuela
Discussant: Raul A Sanchez Urribarri, La Trobe University
843 // DEF - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, San Geronimo
Ballroom A
¿Democracias amordazadas?: inteligencia, seguridad nacional y
redes sociales
Sponsor: FLACSO Sede Ecuador-RELASEDOR
Session Organizer: Fredy Rivera-Velez, FLACSO Ecuador
Chair: Fredy Rivera-Velez, FLACSO Ecuador
Vigilar, comunicar, ¿castigar?: Twitter como escenario para la
seguridad nacional de Ecuador: Gilda Alicia Guerrero Salgado,
FLACSO Ecuador
La Inteligencia y la información ¿ventaja o vulnerabilidad en la
seguridad del siglo XXI?: Rusia K Barreiro Santana, FLACSO
Nuevas tendencias de organización criminal. El acceso a los
sistemas criminales como reto emergente de la inteligencia
criminal: Daniel Sansó-Rubert Pascual, FLACSO (Ecuador)
Ni la "justicia" ni la "policía". Los medios y las políticas de
seguridad y criminalidad en Argentina: Norma A Maluf Maluff,
FLACSO Sede Ecuador
841 // CIT - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 6
Transportation and housing #1: precariousness and social
exclusions in Latin America and the United States
Sponsor: Latin American Cities Working Group
Session Organizer: Monica Villalobos, University of
Calfornia/Berkeley
Chair: Erik Vergel Tovar, University of North Carolina/Chapell Hill
PhD student in City/Regional Planning
Examining the Sustainable Urban Development Agenda in Mexico
City: can low carbon urbanism produce a more inclusive city?:
Oscar Sosa, University of California/Berkeley
The introduction of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) systems and sociospatial integration in Bogotá and Quito: Erik Vergel Tovar,
University of North Carolina/Chapell Hill PhD student in
City/Regional Planning
El modelo de 'iniciativa privada:' descentralización y políticas de
transporte en Lima: Matteo Stiglich, Columbia University
842 // DEM - Panel - Friday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Boardroom 1
Venezuela en crisis
Session Organizers: Manuel Hidalgo Trenado, Universidad Carlos
III de Madrid
Jose Manuel Puente, LAC-University of Oxford
Chairs: Daniel H Levine, University of Michigan
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844 // TRA - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Murphy 2
Brazil: Latin America's Global Giant
Chair: Marcus Walsh, Universität Bremen
Moving towards international student mobility at Oswald Cruz
Foundation, Rio de Janeiro: Isabela Cabral Félix de Sousa,
Fundação Oswaldo Cruz
The Brazilian National Government’s Role as “Gatekeeper” in the
Structural Prioritization of Foreign Direct Investment by the
EU: Marcus Walsh, Universität Bremen
‘Changing the Score’: Action Research Findings from an AustraliaBrazil Sport for Reconciliation Exchange: Elizabeth A Kath,
RMIT University
845 // HUM - Workshop - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Ponce de
Leon B
Caminantes de la Memoria: Un documental Para Re-pensar la
Post-guerra en el Perú
Session Organizer: Zoila S Mendoza, University of California/Davis
Chair: Renzo Aroni Sulca, University of California Davis
Presenters: Maria Eugenia Ulfe, Pontificia Universidad Católica del
Perú
Olga M Gonzalez-Castaneda, Macalester College
846 // INT - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Ponce de Leon A
China-Latin America Relations
847 // BIO - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference 3
Colloquium on socio-economic aspects of resource extraction
industries (part 3 of 3)
Sponsor: Centre for Research on Latin America and the Caribbean
(CERLAC), York University, Toronto
Chair: Marie Dominik Langlois, UQAM
Absolute rejection and compromise in communities affected by the
extractive industry in Guatemala: The case of the Marlin mine:
Samantha K Fox, Binghamton University
Pueblos indígenas, identidad y la minería: El pueblo Xinka en el
conflicto con la mina Escobal: Marie Dominik Langlois, UQAM
The Underworld of Gold Mining in Colombia: Daniel G Tubb, Yale
University
Discussant: Areli S Valencia Vargas, University of Ottawa
848 // SMP - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Boardroom 1
Conflict and Social Cohesion in Chile: Socioeconomic, Political
and Educational Perspectives
Sponsor: The Centre for Social Conflict and Cohesion Studies, Chile
Session Organizer: Peter M Siavelis, Wake Forest University
¿Son las clases medias más contestarías que los otros grupos
sociales? El caso de Chile: Emmanuelle Barozet, Universidad
de Chile
The Effect of the Student Protests on the Evolution of Educational
Reform Legislation in Chile, 1990-2012: Patricio D Navia,
Universidad Diego Portales
Political Disaffection, Parties and Clientelism in Chile: Peter M
Siavelis, Wake Forest University
Discussant: Gwynn Thomas, University at Buffalo
849 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Friday, 6:00pm 7:45pm, San Cristobal D
De heroínas y prepagos: Representaciones de la mujer
colombiana en la cultura popular
Sponsor: Colombia
Chair: Lucia P Ortiz, Regis College
“Soy mulata café con leche”: The Sexualized Racialization of the
Mulata in Oscar Collazo’s Rencor (2006): Christopher C
Dennis, University of North Carolina/Wilmington
Visiones de mujeres: periodistas, fotógrafos y construcción de poder
en la prensa femenina colombiana, 1961-1969: Sandra B
Sánchez López, Universidad de Los Andes
Entre realidades y ‘ratings’: La telenovela Sin Tetas No Hay
Paraíso, ‘prepagos’ y las contradicciones del capitalismo
contemporáneo en Colombia: Ernesto L Ebratt, University at
Albany SUNY, University of Vermont
Testimonios bosquejados: la representación de las mujeres en
fotografías, murales y grafitti en Colombia: Constanza M
López, University of North Florida
Discussant: Lucia P Ortiz, Regis College
850 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Friday, 6:00pm 7:45pm, San Cristobal B
El enfoque regional del desarrollo en Centroamérica en el
período post-Esquipulas
Sponsor: Central America
Session Organizer: Pedro Caldentey del Pozo, Universidad Loyola
Andalucia
Chair: Francisco R Santos Carrillo, Fundación ETEA para el
Desarrollo y la Cooperación
Balance regional del desarrollo centroamericano tras 15 años de
Esquipulas: Pedro Caldentey del Pozo, Universidad Loyola
Andalucia
Conceptos y teoría en el regionalismo latinoamericano actual y los
modelos regionales para el desarrollo ¿dónde está
Centroamérica?: Angel M Casas Gragea, Universidad
Autónoma Metropolitana Unidad Iztapalapa
El proyecto inacabado de la sociedad civil centroamericano:
Francisco R Santos Carrillo, Fundación ETEA para el
Desarrollo y la Cooperación
Discussant: Jorge M Martínez Piva, UN-ECLAC
851 // LST - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Murphy 1
Exclusiones, exilios y regresos en la literatura cubana y su
diáspora.
Chair: Omar Granados, University of Wisconsin
“Sobre cómo, cuándo y para qué recobrar memorias: la promoción
de la literatura cubano-americana en la Isla”: Iraida H López,
Ramapo College of New Jersey
Reinaldo Arenas: el regreso alucinante: Norge Espinosa Mendoza,
Consejo Nacional de la Artes Escénicas
Memoria póstuma de un regreso: Guillermo Cabrera Infante
reemerge en la Habana: Omar Granados, University of
Wisconsin
“Si nos llamáramos Guillermo Rosales. Una obra frente a la
intemperie insular”: Carlos Velazco, Union de Escritores y
Artistas de Cuba
Carlos Victoria: el regreso que se repite: Elizabeth Mirabal, Union
de Escritores y Artistas de Cuba
852 // SMP - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Boardroom 2
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Explaining Development Outcomes
Chair: Carmen Diana Deere, University of Florida
Free(r) Markets and Long-Term Socioeconomic Development
across the New World: The Ironies and Costs of Creating and
Sustaining Moral Economies.: Timothy P Wickham-Crowley,
Georgetown University
Who Borrows to Accumulate Assets? Gender and Class in Ecuador's
Credit Market: Carmen Diana Deere, University of Florida;
Zachary B Catanzarite, University of Florida
Software development Industry and information services knowledge
technology and economic networks in Chile: transfered or
selfrefred knowledge?: Gonzalo E Falabella, University of Chile
853 // GEN - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Murphy 7
Gendering Cuba: How Women's Voices Change the Global
Understanding of the Nation
Chair: Sara E Cooper, California State University/Chico
Dar voz al silencio: cómo contribuir desde una mirada
contemporánea a la afirmación del cuerpo intelectual de las
cubanas: Mirta G Yañez Quiñoa, Unión de Escritores y Artistas
de Cuba
De la Patria a la Matria: testimonio de una escritora cubana: Uva
De Aragón, Florida International University
Recovering Memory / Discovering the Future: Perspective in Uva
de Aragón's The Memory of Silence: Jeffrey C Barnett,
Washington and Lee University
The Slippery Slope: The Bifurcated Nation in 50 years of María
Elena Llana's Fiction: Barbara D Riess, Allegheny College
854 // CSS - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference 4
Globalized Social Movements: Latin America the Arab Spring
and Beyond-2
Sponsor: Latin American Perspectives
Session Organizers: Harry E Vanden, University of South Florida
Gary F Prevost, St. John's University
Chair: Marc Becker, Truman State University
Constructing Autonomy: Comparing Strategies of Indigenous
Resistance in Mexico: Richard Stahler-Sholk, Eastern Michigan
University
Iranian Women and Their Strategic Role During the Green
Movement: Raheleh Dayerizadeh, University of South Florida
Global Framing and Transnational Coalition: The Challenges of the
Framing Strategies of Women’s Movements in Muslim
Countries: Fae Chubin, University of South Florida
South African Social Movements : Between Confrontation and
Cooptation: Gary F Prevost, St. John's University
855 // HIS - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference 7
Historicizing the African Diaspora in Colonial Latin America
Chair: Anna H More, Universidade de Brasília
Healing Politics and the Politics of Healing: Global African
Intellectual Histories of Resistance, c. 1520-1760: Jessica A
Krug, George Washington University/Schomburg Center for
Research in Black Culture
Debt and Kinship: African Diaspora Manumission Practices in
Colonial Peru: Rachel S O'Toole, University of
California/Irvine
Representing an African King in Brazil: Lisa B Voigt, Ohio State
University
Discussant: Matt D Childs, University of South Carolina
856 // HEA - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Tropical B
Histories of Health, Rights, and Nation in Chile and Bolivia:
Resolving “Emergencies” and Negotiating Exclusion and
Inclusion in Twentieth Century Nations
Session Organizer: Jadwiga E Pieper Mooney, University of
Arizona
Answering the Social Question: Chilean Eugenics and Nation
Building: Sarah Walsh, University of Sydney
Eugenesia y Educación en Chile: “cuidar el cuerpo de niños y
jóvenes”. Las colonias, la educación física y el servicio médico
escolar (1920-1940).: Maria Josefina Cabrera
The Global Sixties in Chile: Health, Sexuality, and Rights: Jadwiga
E Pieper Mooney, University of Arizona
Milk Makes the State and the State Makes Citizens: The Extension of
Chile´s State Milk Programs 1954-1973: Jael A Goldsmith
Weil, Universidad de Los Lagos Chile
Discussant: Mary Rose R Kubal, St. Bonaventure University
857 // LAW - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Ponce de Leon C
Human rights defenders in the Americas: strategies, challenges
Chair: Cath Collins, University of Ulster, Universidad Diego
Portales
Auxiliary Justice System Actors and Resolution of Forced
Disappearances: Policing and Forensic Issues in Identification,
Restitution and Accountability: Cath Collins, University of
Ulster, Universidad Diego Portales
The business of breaking the law: Fresh Del Monte,
narcotraficantes, and torture in Guatemala: Elizabeth L Molnar,
University of Pittsburgh
Tribunal Internacional de Justicia Restaurativa de El Salvador: Un
Modelo de Justicia Transicional Ad Hoc para un Proceso de
Democratización Especial: Paula S Cuellar Cuellar, University
of Minnesota
“Justice Yet to Come”: The Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal in
Colombia: Sandra Brunnegger, University of Cambridge
Crimen organizado y violencia contra la libertad de expresión en
México: Angel Armando Rodríguez Luna
858 // LTC - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Boardroom 3
Identity on (the) Edge: Spatial and Social Frontiers in Latin
American Narrative
Session Organizer: Ashley E Kerr, University of Idaho
Chair: Ashley E Kerr, University of Idaho
Another Cuban Counterpoint: Coffee and Sugar: Stephen
Silverstein, Baylor University
Rural versus Urban Space in Florencio Sánchez’s Gaucho Dramas:
Miguel A Fernández, Middlebury College
La frontera en el Río de la Plata y sus teóricos: de Sarmiento a
Martínez Estrada: Fernando Opere, University of Virginia
“Going Native” and the Development of Indian Policy in
Nineteenth-Century Argentina: Ashley E Kerr, University of
Idaho
King of Araucanía and Patagonia: Justice, Historical Fiction, and
the Occupation of Araucanía: Katherine Karr-Cornejo,
Whitworth University
859 // HEA - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Tropical C
Im/migrant Suffering: “Illegality,” Health and Vulnerabilities in
the U.S. and South of the Border
Session Organizers: Kristina Tiedje, Université Lumière Lyon 2,
France
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James Quesada, San Francisco State University
Chair: Kristina Tiedje, Université Lumière Lyon 2, France
Consequences of Legislating Illegality: Health-Related Impacts of
Immigration Policy and Police Practices in Atlanta, GA: Nolan
Kline, University of South Florida
Embodied Vulnerabilities: Health Effects of “Illegality” among
Latino Im/Migrants in Southern Minnesota: Kristina Tiedje,
Université Lumière Lyon 2, France
The Puerto Rican Diaspora's Colonial Structural Vulnerability in
the Global Narcotics Industry: Philippe Bourgois, University of
Pennsylvania
A “Full-Blown Public Health Disaster” at the US/Mexico Border?
“Illegality,” Child Migration, and Discourses of Contagion:
Heide Castaneda, University of South Florida; Milena A Melo,
University of Texas at San Antonio
Discussant: Linda B Green, University of Arizona
860 // INV - Workshop - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, San Cristobal
A
Invited Session - Archivos y sexualidades disidentes: A 20 años
de "Médicos maleantes y maricas"
Session Organizer: Yolanda M Martínez-San Miguel, The State
University of New Jersey
Chair: Ben Sifuentes-Jáuregui, Rutgers University
Presenters: Jossianna Arroyo-Martínez, University of Texas/Austin
Sylvia Molloy, New York University
Joseph M Pierce, Stony Brook University (SUNY)
Ben Sifuentes-Jáuregui, Rutgers University
Salvador Vidal-Ortiz, American University
Horacio F Sívori, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
Discussant: Jorge Salessi, University of Pennsylvania
861 // INV - Featured/Invited Session - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm,
Las Olas
Invited Session - Cuerpo, violencia y cultura: actualización de
las subjetividades políticas en América Latina II
Sponsor: Cultura, Poder y Subjetividades Políticas
Session Organizers: Graciela G Monteagudo, UMass Amherst,
STPEC
Margara Millán Moncayo, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de
México
Chair: Graciela G Monteagudo, UMass Amherst, STPEC
“Otra política” y sus subjetividades políticas: propuestas desde el
zapatismo: Margara Millán Moncayo, Universidad Nacional
Autónoma de México
El cuerpo y subjetividad en Latinoamérica: resistencia a la cultura
somática del capitalismo. El caso de Colombia: Manuel Roberto
Escobar Cajamarca
862 // ECO - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Salon del Mar A
La Economía Social y Solidaria y la Responsabilidad Social
Empresarial. Alternativas y vías para la inclusión y la
transformación social.
Chair: Juan Carlos Campos Carrera, Centro de Investigaciones
Psicologicas y Sociologicas
La Economía Social y Solidaria en Cuba: su impacto en el
desarrollo local.: Carlos C Torres Paez, Universidad de Pinar
del Río
Una experiencia de Responsabilidad Social Empresarial en la
Sucursal Plantas de Filtro de la comunidad periférica “San
Gabriel”.: Honey Piedra
La Economía Social, Popular y Solidaria. Retos y oportunidades
desde la experiencia cubana.: Mirlena Rojas Piedrahita, Centro
de Investigaciones Psicológicas y Sociológicas (CIPS).
Ministerio de Ciencia Tecnología y Medio Ambiente
863 // CSS - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Maguey
La movilización social peruana: ¿posibilidades de desarrollo?
Session Organizer: Rosa Emilia Milagros Arevalo Leon, Centro de
Investigación de la Universidad del Pacífico
Chair: Carmela Chavez, Universidad Católica
Evolución de los sindicatos mineros en el Perú: 1960 – 2010: Enilda
Veronica Beatriz Hurtado Lozada, Universidad del Pacífico
Los movimientos sociales de mujeres pro derechos humanos durante
el gobierno de Alberto Fujimori: 1990 - 2000: Rosa Emilia
Milagros Arevalo Leon, Centro de Investigación de la
Universidad del Pacífico
Organizaciones indígenas amazónicas y política contenciosa en el
Perú: el caso de los paros amazónicos del 2008 y el 2009: Piero
Alberto Escobar Trigoso
Discussant: Maritza V Paredes Gonzales, Pontificia Universidad
Católica del Perú
864 // INT - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Ceiba
Latin America's Regional Integration
Chair: Mayra Vélez Serrano, University of Puerto Rico
Latin America and the building of regional public goods: Clarissa F
Dri, Federal University of Santa Catarina
Variaciones institucionales y su efecto en los esfuerzos de
integración regional en América latina: Mayra Vélez Serrano,
University of Puerto Rico
El sistema interamericano: Nostalgia y vigencia del pasado
unipolar en el multilateralismo del Hemisferio Occidental:
Adrian Bonilla, FLACSO
Discussant: Adrian Bonilla, FLACSO
865 // LSN - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Flamingo D
Maravillas, monstruosidades y utopías en Hispanoamérica
colonial: alcances e implicancias identitarias y discursivas
Sponsor: Grupo de Investigación del Siglo de Oro (GRISO) de la
Universidad de Navarra
Session Organizer: Vanina M Teglia, Universidad de Buenos AiresCONICET
Chair: Vanina M Teglia, Universidad de Buenos Aires-CONICET
Comets, God, and Marvels in New Spain and Peru: Laura E Bland,
University of Notre Dame
Miracle and Might: Fashioning the Nahua Nobleman as a Christian
Imperial Subject: Stephanie Y Schmidt, University of Tulsa
Maravillas y utopía en crónicas de Indias del siglo XVI: vínculos y
usos en la Conquista del Nuevo Mundo: Vanina M Teglia,
Universidad de Buenos Aires-CONICET
La mancha verde. Poéticas y políticas de la imagen en el mapa de
Juan de la Cosa (1500): Paolo Vignolo, Universidad Nacional
de Colombia
Discussant: Gregory T Cushman, University of Kansas
866 // MLD - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Foyer A
Migraciones y Estrategias de Resistencia
Chair: Carlos M Abaunza, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Reconfiguración de las estrategias familiares de re-producción de
migrantes dominicanos expulsados de España: Carlos M
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Abaunza, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Nuevos flujos migrantes haitianos a Ecuador: Ireri C Ceja, Flacso
Desde y frente a “la prostituta”: prácticas de resistencia de las
trabajadoras sexuales en la frontera sur de México: Laura
Aguirre Hernández, Freie Universität Berlin
Discussant: Ireri C Ceja, Flacso
867 // CUL - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference 10
Nación, Hegemonía y Cultura Política
Chair: Martha Marquez, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Relato militar vs. relato civil: la construcción de la nación
venezolana desde las narraciones históricas presentes en los
discursos de Hugo Chávez y en la revista Memorias de
Venezuela: Martha Marquez, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Rethinking clientelism – a culturalist approach: Mariana Borges
Martins da Silva, Northwestern University
Searching for Che’s New Man: Rentier Capitalism, Money and
Moralities in Bolivarian Venezuela: Iselin Åsedotter Strønen,
Chr. Michelsen Institute
The Composer as Intellectual: Carlos Chávez and El Colegio
Nacional: Ana R Alonso Minutti, University of New Mexico
Cambio en los valores de responsabilidad ciudadana en México: Un
análisis generacional: Eliza M Osorio Castro, Purdue University
868 // HIS - Workshop - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, San Cristobal
G
New Histories of Latin American Transitions to Democracy
Chair: Jennifer A Adair, Fairfield University
Presenters: Alison J Bruey, University of North Florida
Edward L Murphy, Michigan State University
Camilo D Trumper, SUNY/Buffalo
Marian E Schlotterbeck, UC Davis
869 // LTC - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Flamingo B
Ojo de loca: Pedro Lemebel, crónicas, masculinidades.
Chair: Dailyn Llerena Llerena, ISA
Contra los saberes sexuales precarios: Releyendo la actualidad de
Pedro Lemebel: Arturo A Márquez, Kalamazoo College
Reescrituras literarias del pionero, símbolo dentro del imaginario
cultural cubano: Dailyn Llerena Llerena, ISA
The Contemporary Chilean Urban Chronicle: A Contested and
Contesting Genre?: Barbara Andrea Castillo Buttinghausen,
University of Bristol
870 // PER - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Flamboyan
Performance and Immigration
Session Organizer: Annette H Levine, Ithaca College
Chair: Jennifer Cooley, University of Northern Iowa
English in Their Tool Box: Day Laborers Performing Bilingualism
in Arizona and New Jersey: Elise Dubord, University of
Northern Iowa
Performing Immigration and Engaging Responses: Jennifer Cooley,
University of Northern Iowa
For Whom We Must Speak: Devising Actos for Undocumented
Farmworkers”: Annette H Levine, Ithaca College
871 // CUL - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference 9
Performatividades de la Imagen II: borramientos y reinscripciones
Session Organizers: Laura Demaria, University of Maryland/College
Park
María de los Ángeles Donoso Macaya, BMCC/CUNY
Chair: César Barros Arteaga, SUNY New Paltz
Imágenes en el acto: visualidad, performance y estéticas
emergentes: Marcela A Fuentes, Northwestern University
Dislocaciones de Vik Muniz: vacío, imagen y archivo: César Barros
Arteaga, SUNY New Paltz
Elogio de la fotocopia: María de los Ángeles Donoso Macaya,
BMCC/CUNY
Discussant: Andrea Noble, University of Durham
872 // LAT - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Executive
Boardroom
Philosophical Perspectives on Anti-Latino/a Racism
Chairs: Linda S Martin Alcoff, CUNY
Amy Reed-Sandoval, University of Texas at El Paso
On Being Socially Undocumented in the United States: Amy ReedSandoval, University of Texas at El Paso
Identity Discourses in Collision: The Case of African-LatinAmericans: Amos Nascimento, University of Washington
Anti-Latino/a Racism and the Question of Race: Linda S Martin
Alcoff, CUNY
873 // FIL - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, San Cristobal E
Politics and Aesthetics: The Filmic Body and Moving Image
Chairs: Ana María Rodríguez-Vivaldi, Washington State University
Mauricio A Castillo, Columbia University
Diasporic Ecuadorians in Italy and Spain: Filmic Representations:
Esther A Cuesta, University of Massachusetts/Amherst
Embodying Neoliberal Precarity in María llena eres de gracia:
Ashley B Caja, Georgetown University
Drug Violence and the Implosion of the Family Space in Mexican
Film: Ana María Rodríguez-Vivaldi, Washington State
University
Avant-garde and Geopolitics: Diego Rivera and Sergei Eisenstein’s
Mexican Fantasies: Mauricio A Castillo, Columbia University
Más allá del Mall y la trangresión en clave neobarroca: Lizardo M
Herrera, Whittier College
874 // LAB - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Murphy 3
Precariedades dentro e fora do cativeiro: múltiplas vivências de
trabalhadores livres e escravos
Session Organizer: Ludmila De Souza Maia, Rice University
Chair: Fernanda A Pinheiro, Universidade do Estado do Mato
Grosso
Trajetórias e precariedade na escravidão brasileira: escravos no
tráfico interno de cativos e suas experiências em Campinas,
1850-1888.: Joice Oliveira, Universidade Estadual de Campinas
(UNICAMP)
Famílias escravas no mercado de cativos: a precariedade dos
arranjos familiares frente ao comércio interno, 1865-1882.:
Rafael C Scheffer, Prefeitura Municipal de Paulínia
Escritoras e escravas: um olhar feminino sobre a escravidão das
negras.: Ludmila De Souza Maia, Rice University
Precariedade da liberdade: oposições jurídicas à reescravização
(América portuguesa, século XVIII).: Fernanda A Pinheiro,
Universidade do Estado do Mato Grosso
Discussant: Jean-Philippe E Belleau Pastor, University of
Massachusetts/Boston
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875 // LAT - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Ponce
Precarious Identities: Battling History, Nostalgia, and the State
in U.S. Latino/a Literature and Popular Culture
Chairs: Rosa E Soto, William Paterson University
Jessica Magnani, St. Petersburg College
“Tú no eres nada de dominicano:” Rethinking Caliban in Junot
Diaz’sThe Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao: Jessica Magnani,
St. Petersburg College
Representation of Nostalgia in the narrative of Caribbean
Diasporas: linking imagination, memory, homecoming and
homemaking: Lukasz D Pawelek, University of South Carolina
Beaufort
Losing Latinidad: The “Immigrant” narrative and a fight for
citizenship in Television and Popular Discourse.: Rosa E Soto,
William Paterson University
How the Media (Mis)Construct the Identity of Undocumented Youth:
Ruth M Lopez, University of Colorado Boulder & Brown
University; Jaein J Lee, Harvard University; Jaime L Del Razo,
Brown University
876 // PER - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Almendros
Precarious Public Presence: Performing Resistance and
Creating New Types of Spaces
Sponsor: PER
Chair: Javier D Durán, University of Arizona
Festivales de jazz en Cuba. Performance, constructo e identidad del
género.: Yentsy Pérez Rangel, Musicóloga
Acoustic Environments: The Performance of Playing through
Sound: Megan Alvarado Saggese, University of
California/Berkeley
Resistance Performance: (re)Constructing Spaces of Resistance and
Contention in the 2010-2011 University of Puerto Rico Student
Movement: Alessandra M Rosa, Florida International University
Securing Arizona: Fear, Anger and the (Over) Performance of
Brownness: Javier D Durán, University of Arizona
877 // AFR - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Tropical A
Public Discrimination II
Session Organizers: Antonio Sérgio A Guimarães, Universidade de
São Paulo
Jerry Dávila, University of Illinois
Chair: Jessica Graham, University of California, San Diego
O que afasta os negros da política?: Luiz A Campos, Instituto de
Estudos Sociais e Políticos (UERJ)
Injúria racial and racism: the (mis)understanding of legal
categories in Brazilian society: João F Feres Júnior,
Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
Anti-racism, public discrimination and the racialization of justice in
Mexico: Monica G Moreno Figueroa, University of Cambridge
878 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Friday, 6:00pm 7:45pm, San Cristobal C
Reconfiguring Latina/o Studies through Transnationalism
Sponsor: Latino Studies
Chair: Alexandra G Perkins, Southern Utah University
Imaginarios culturales de los jóvenes latinos: tras una identidad:
Ana N Albo Diaz, Casa de las Américas
Una isla flotante. Escenas imaginadas del teatro cubano: Maité
Hernández-Lorenzo, Casa de las Américas
879 // LST - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Foyer C
Retratos literarios del Caribe poscolonial: exclusiones,
resistencias y lenguaje del “subalterno”
Chair: Nagore Sedano, University of Oregon
Libre como un cimarrón: naturaleza y función de las canciones
populares sobre esclavitud en el Caribe: Doralba L Pérez
Ibáñez, University of Oregon
“La página sigue en blanco”: voces narrativas atropelladas por el
“discurso sobre la hispanidad”: Nagore Sedano, University of
Oregon
¿Qué significa ser el Portero del Palacio de las blanquísimas
mofetas? Preceptiva de la exclusión y el exilio en dos novelas de
Reinaldo Arenas: Ángela M Rodríguez Moreno, Washington
University in St. Louis
880 // LAT - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Murphy 4
Tato Laviera, The AmeRícan Poet: The Languages and
Geographies of Nuyorican Poetry and Latina/o Activism
Sponsor: Centro de Estudios Puertorriqueños
Chair: Stephanie M Alvarez, University of Texas - Pan American
"Tato Laviera in the Borderlands: Decolonization, Solidarity and
American Latinidad": Laura Anne Lomas, Rutgers University
Defending el habla del pueblo: Tato and Spanglish: Ana Celia
Zentella, University of California/San Diego
“El Poeta del Pueblo Cosechando Voces Y Construyendo Puentes
Entre Nueva York y El Río Grande, Tejas.”: Jose L Martinez,
Michigan State University
Discussant: Frances R Aparicio, Northwestern University
881 // GEN - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, San Cristobal F
The History and Politics of Reproductive Rights in Latin
America
Chair: Jane E Marcus-Delgado, City University of New
York/College of Staten Island
Transnational Movements, Situated Bodies: Controversies over
Contraceptive Safety in the Caribbean, 1960-1990: Nicole C
Bourbonnais, Graduate Institute of International and
Development Studies
Listening to Magdalena and Camila: Life Histories and the Sexual
and Reproductive Politics of Andean Bolivia, 1930s-1980s:
Natalie L Kimball, College of Staten Island, City University of
New York
Pathways to Reproductive Rights: Case Studies of Political
Leadership: Jane E Marcus-Delgado, City University of New
York/College of Staten Island; Joan M Caivano, Inter-American
Dialogue
882 // DEF - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Murphy 5
The Impact of Armed Groups on Civilians
Chair: Reynaldo T Rojo Mendoza, University of Pittsburgh
Support for Torture. Experimental Evidence from the Mexican War
on Drugs: Francisco Javier Osorio Zago, John Jay College,
CUNY
Fragile Alliances among Violent Non-State Actors: Violence, Fear
and Uncertainty in Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela: Annette
I Idler, Oxford University
Monopolies of Violence: Gang Governance in Rio de Janeiro:
Nicholas Barnes, University of Wisconsin/Madison
Policing and the Construction of “Micro-Citizenships” in
Vulnerable Communities: Yanilda M Gonzalez, Harvard
University
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Discussant: Angelica Duran Martinez, University of MassachusettsLowell
883 // LTC - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Murphy 6
Travel, Geography and Anarchism in Latin America
Session Organizers: Marcos Wasem, Purdue University
Leandro Delgado Rey, Universidad Católica del Uruguay
Chair: Marcos Wasem, Purdue University
A feminist economy of literature. Luisa Capetillo's wonderous
readings in tobacco factories: Luis Otoniel O Rosa, Colorado
College
Malatesta y Matanzas: El itinerario negado del anarquismo
individualista cubano: Shawn McDaniel, Cornell University
Naturaleza y sujeto moderno: las crónicas de Rafael Barrett en la
selva paraguaya: Leandro Delgado Rey, Universidad Católica
del Uruguay
La Questione Sociale. Los emigrados anarquistas italianos y su
mirada sobre la Argentina en las últimas décadas del siglo XIX.:
Juan Carlos C Balerdi, Instituto Gioja - Facultad de Derecho
(UBA)
Discussant: Alejandro Quin, University of Utah
884 // LTC - Panel - Friday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference 5
“Violence, migration and transnational precariousness and
marginalization: a cultural and literary approach.”
Session Organizer: María A Beltrán-Vocal, DePaul University
Chair: María A Beltrán-Vocal, DePaul University
Violence along the U.S.-Mexican Border: Transnational
Precariousness and Disposability in Young Adult Literature.:
Susana S Martinez, DePaul University
Youth and adult migration from the Purépecha region: Links
between cheranenses, norteños and self-defense groups in
Cherán.: Casimiro Leco-Tómas, Universidad Michoacana de
San Nicolas de Hidalgo
Psychological resources for male and female children in vulnerable
situations: Mexican-USA migration.: María Elena RiveraHeredia, Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo
The role of memory and food in identity formation of female youth
who stay behind and female migrant workers in the U.S.: María
A Beltrán-Vocal, DePaul University
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885 // MTG - Meeting - Friday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Conference 10
CLASP Annual Business Meeting
Sponsor: Consortium of Latin American Studies Programs
Contact Person: Beatriz Riefkohl Muñiz, University of North
Carolina/Chapel Hill
886 // MTG - Meeting - Friday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Conference 9
El Salvador Studies Working Group business meeting
Contact Person: Ellen E Moodie, University of Illinois
Gilbert M Joseph, Yale University
893 // MTG - Meeting - Friday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Conference 6
Politicas migratorias en America latina
Contact People: Natalia Caicedo Camacho, University of Barcelona
David Moya, Constitutional Law Department
894 // MTG - Meeting - Friday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Caribe
Presentación Libro: Mujeres. Experiencias y Retos
Contact People: Liliana I Castañeda, Universidad de Guadalajara
Karla Contreras
887 // MTG - Meeting - Friday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Garita
Forty Years of the «Revista de Crítica Literaria
Latinoamericana» and Homage to Prof. Raúl Bueno
Sponsor: Revista de Crítica Literaria Latinoamericana/Tufts
Uniiversity
Contact People: José A Mazzotti, Tufts University
Christian Pablo Fernández Palacios, Louisiana State University
Pedro A Palou, Tufts University
888 // MTG - Meeting - Friday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Conference 7
From Bureaucracies to Multiple Sovereignties. Ethnographies of
the State in Latin America
Contact Person: Jorge C Derpic, University of Texas at Austin
889 // MTG - Meeting - Friday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, San Cristobal
C
Homenaje a Ernesto Laclau
Sponsor: Cátedra Ernesto Laclau de la UBA / Red Latinoamericana
de Teoría del Discurso
Presenters: Céli Regina J Pinto, Universidade Federal do Rio
Grande do Sul
María Antonia A Munoz, Universidad Nacional de La Plata IdIHCS- CONICET
Ernesto Treviño Ronzon, Universidad Veracruzana
Contact Person: Diego Hernández Nilson, Universidade Federal de
Santa Catarina / Universidad de la República
890 // MTG - Meeting - Friday, 8:00pm - 9:30pm, Executive
Boardroom
Latino Studies Board Meeting
Sponsor: Journal, Latino Studies
Contact Person: Lourdes M Torres, DePaul University
891 // MTG - Meeting - Friday, 8:00pm - 9:30pm, San Cristobal
B
Meeting of Editors and Friends of Latin American Perspectives
Sponsor: Latin American Perspectives, a scholarly journal
Contact Person: Ronald H Chilcote, University of
California/Riverside
892 // MTG - Meeting - Friday, 8:00pm - 8:45pm, Ceiba
Open Meeting for Graduate Students
Contact People: Debra A Castillo, Cornell University
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895 // REC - Reception - Friday, 9:00pm - 10:30pm, Flamboyan
Cuba Section Reception
Sponsor: Cuba SEction
Contact People: Lisandro O Perez, John Jay College, City
University of New York
Rafael Meinardo Hernández Rodríguez, Revista Temas
896 // REC - Reception - Friday, 9:00pm - 10:30pm, Maguey
Culture, Power and Politics Section Reception
Sponsor: Culture, Power and Politics Section
Contact People: Justin A Read, University of Buffalo
Juan E Poblete, University of California/Santa Cruz
897 // REC - Reception - Friday, 9:00pm - 10:30pm, Flamingo A
Defense, Public Security, and Democracy Section Reception
Contact People: Kristina Mani, Oberlin College
José Manuel Ugarte, Universidad de Buenos Aires
898 // REC - Reception - Friday, 9:00pm - 10:30pm, Flamingo C
Gender and Feminist Studies Section Reception
Contact People: Emilia Barbosa, University of Kansas
Cecilia MacDowell Santos, University of San Francisco
899 // REC - Reception - Friday, 9:00pm - 10:30pm, Guayacan
Latino Studies Section Reception
Sponsor: Latino Studies Section
Contact Person: Virginia Arreola, Hiram College
900 // REC - Reception - Friday, 9:00pm - 10:30pm, Flamingo D
Mass Media and Popular Culture Section Reception
Contact People: Silvia G Kurlat Ares
Matthew R Bush, Lehigh University
901 // REC - Reception - Friday, 9:00pm - 10:30pm, Flamingo B
Southern Cone Studies Section Reception
Sponsor: Universidad Católica
Contact People: Fernando A Blanco, Bucknell University
Cristián M Opazo, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
FRIDAY 10:00PM - 2:00AM
902 // REC - Reception - Friday, 10:00pm - 2:00am, Swimming
Pool
Gran Baile
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903 // LST - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Murphy 1
Argentine Narrative of the Post-Post-Dictatorship and Before
Chair: Karin Davidovich, Franklin and Marshall College
La resistencia de enfrentarse con la dictadura militar argentina en
la ficción de Pron: David Mongor-Lizarrabengoa, Western
University
Memorias en femenino: Trauma, memoria y posmemoria en los
testimonios de mujeres sobrevivientes argentinas.: Karin
Davidovich, Franklin and Marshall College
La provincia como contrapropuesta al centro totalizador:
propuestas fallidas en "La casa y el viento" de Héctor Tizón:
Daybert Linares, University of Maryland, College Park
Literatura, periodismo y nuevas tecnologías versus el poder político
en 'Betibú': dijana savija
904 // ECO - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Almendros
Capital flows, financial trends and the economics of Latin
American countries
Session Organizer: Isabel Ruiz, University of Oxford
1. “The Price of Crime: How Crime Perception Affects Private
Investment in South America: Monica Garcia-Perez, St. Cloud
State University
“Crime, Institutions and Sectoral FDI in Latin America”: Isabel
Ruiz, University of Oxford
“Usury Law And The Monetary Transmission Mechanism In
Colombia: International Comparison And Panel Data
Analysis”: César Augusto Corredor Velandia, Unipanamericana
Discussant: Carlos Vargas-Silva, University of Oxford
905 // CUL - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Conference 10
Children of Revolution: The Politics of Childhood during Latin
America's Long Cold War
Session Organizer: James Shrader, University of California/San
Diego
Chair: Heidi E Tinsman, University of California/Irvine
Growing Up Active: Cradle Communists in Popular Front Chile.:
Alfonso Salgado, Columbia University
Cuban Ballet: The Interpersonal, National, and International
Politics of a Family Enterprise.: Elizabeth Schwall, Columbia
University
"This Is Why We Fight:" The Cuban Revolution, the Argentine Left,
and the Politics of Childhood, 1959-1976: James Shrader,
University of California/San Diego
“Bad Seed:" The Politics of Adoption during the Guatemalan Civil
War 1960-1996.: Rachel Nolan, New York University
Discussant: Anita M Casavantes Bradford, University of California/
Irvine
906 // SMP - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Boardroom 1
Chile and Brazil: Left Neoliberalism as the “New” Social
Democracy?
Session Organizers: Veronica I Schild, University of Western
Ontario
Fernando I Leiva Letelier, University of California - Santa Cruz
Chair: Veronica I Schild, University of Western Ontario
A financeirização da política social: o caso brasileiro: Lena
Lavinas, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
The “New” Chilean Social State: Neoliberalized, Precarious, and
Feminized: Veronica I Schild, University of Western Ontario
Desempenho econômico do Brasil e da América Latina entre 20002013: a permanência dos entraves estruturais: Denise L Gentil,
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Chile’s Grupo Luksic, the Center-Left, and the “New Spirit” of
Capital in the Periphery: Fernando I Leiva Letelier, University
of California - Santa Cruz
907 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Saturday, 8:00am 9:45am, San Cristobal C
Cine clásico latinoamericano: estrategias de inclusión y
exclusión en la representación de la nación
Sponsor: Film Studies
Session Organizer: Paul A Schroeder Rodríguez, Northeastern
Illinois University
Chair: Paul A Schroeder Rodríguez, Northeastern Illinois University
El sindicalismo no corporativo: Un Distinto amanecer para la
nación: Maricruz Castro Ricalde, Tecnológico de Monterrey
Panning for Gold: Critical Nationalism, Vernacular Modernism,
and Recasting Golden Age Cinema: Nilo Fernando Couret,
University of Michigan
908 // CUL - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Conference 9
Cuerpo y Subjetividades
Chair: Luis J Cintron Gutierrez, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Narrar el cuerpo migrante: hacia una biografía colectiva de la
exposición de bolivianos y bolivianas en São Paulo:
Yollolxochitl Mancillas Lopez, Universidad Nacional Autónoma
de México
Visitaciones a la gestión de la vida sobre la muerte social.
Contrastes mediales en la memoria de los cuerpos desde dos
paisajes representados de México y Colombia: Maya AguiluzIbargüen, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
“Que me velen para’o”: un análisis de los ritos funerarios que
retan la muerte, la marginalidad y la violencia en San Juan de
Puerto Rico: Luis J Cintron Gutierrez, Universidad de Puerto
Rico
909 // PIP - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Caribe
Democracy, Accountability and Transparency: The State of
State Integrity in Mexico
Session Organizer: Paul F Lagunes, Columbia University
Accountability, electoral competition, and social policy in the
Mexican States: Guillermo Cejudo, Centro de Investigación y
Docencia Económicas
Dynamic Transparency: A Test of Mexico’s Revolutionary FOI
Law: Paul F Lagunes, Columbia University; Oscar M
Pocasangre Meneses, Columbia University
Making Transparent what can be Transparent: The Case of the
Mexican Congress: Issa Luna Pla, UNAM
Fraud is Not a Last Resort: Jose Antonio Hernandez Company,
University of Chicago
Discussant: Jonathan A Fox, American University
910 // LTC - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Flamingo C
Detecting Hermeneutics: Toward a Theory of Noir in Latin
America
Chair: Erik M Larson, Brigham Young University
The Narrow Margins of Thought and Being in Piglia’s Readerly
Detective: Erik M Larson, Brigham Young University
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Bestiality and the Femme Fatale: Reading Noir in Guillermo
Cabrera Infante: Marcos L Pérez, Johns Hopkins University
Unsolving Crime: Anti-Police Detectives in Contemporary Latin
American Noir Fiction: Jonathan C Dettman, University of
Nebraska Kearney
911 // SMP - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Foyer A
Economic and Energy Integration in the Americas? Any roads
to progress?
Chair: Barbara R Kotschwar, Georgetown University
The Energy and Climate Change Agendas of the Pacific Alliance
and the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR): Thomas
A O'Keefe, Mercosur Consulting Group, Ltd.
China: a new force for trade disintegration in Latin America?:
Carol Wise, University of Southern California; Victoria Chonn
Ching, University of Southern California
A bifurcated hemisphere: possibilities for integration in the
Americas: Barbara R Kotschwar, Georgetown University
Trade Relations between Mercosur and China. Is the Southern Cone
Bloc an Appropriate Tool to Negotiate with the Dragon?:
Nicolas D Albertoni Gomez, Georgetown University and
Universidad Católica del Uruguay
912 // AFR - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Tropical A
El espacio del racismo. Contexto, dinamismo social y cuerpo
Session Organizer: Eduardo L Espinosa, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana/Xochimilco
Chair: Carwil Bjork-James, Vanderbilt University
Respect and Invasion: The Body, the City, and Racism in
Contemporary Bolivian Political Conflict: Carwil Bjork-James,
Vanderbilt University
Opposing Unity and Weakening Identity: Afro-Ecuadorians,
Racism, and the Forces of Negative Stigma: Linda J Hall, UC
Riverside
Tiempo, espacio y dinámica social en el racismo cubano: Eduardo L
Espinosa, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana/Xochimilco
Discussant: Juan J Russo Foresto, Universidad de Guanajuato
Chair: Barbara B Hogenboom, Centre for Latin American Research
and Documentation
Presenters: Pablo Roberto Andrade, Universidad Andina Simón
Bolívar
Benedicte Bull, University of Oslo
Barbara Göbel, Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut
Fabiano Toni, Universidade de Brasília
915 // LTC - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Flamingo B
Epistemologías urbanas: formas de habitar el Caribe
Session Organizer: Damaris Puñales-Alpizar, Case Western Reserve
University
Chair: Damaris Puñales-Alpizar, Case Western Reserve University
Hacia una conciencia del fracaso en el Caribe Hispanoamericano:
Magdalena López, Universidad de Lisboa
La Habana y las ruinas como metáfora, del texto al espacio urbano:
Tania G Pérez-Cano, The University of Pittsburgh
Las ruinas: Cristián G Gómez Olivares, Case Western Reserve
University
El San Juan metafórico que se reinventa ante la modernización:
Tania Carrasquillo Hernández, Linfield College
Cuba informada: el reto de “saber más” en un país offline: Xenia
Reloba de la Cruz, Casa de las Américas
Discussant: Martin Ramos-Diaz, Universidad de Quintana Roo
916 // SMP - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Boardroom 2
Informal Markets in Latin America: Hierarchies, Legalities, and
State-Society Relations
Chair: Calla Hummel, University of Texas at Austin
Mobilizing Law: Informal workers and legal systems in the global
south: Diana Kapiszewski, Georgetown University; Sally
Roever
Latin America’s New World of Work: The informal sector and
problem solving in the interest regime: Brian Palmer-Rubin,
University of California/Berkeley
The Peddlers and the World Cup: Mega events’ unequal impacts on
informal markets: Jacinto Cuvi, University of Texas at Austin;
Calla Hummel, University of Texas at Austin
Discussant: Alisha C Holland, Harvard University
913 // SEC - Workshop - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, San
Cristobal D
El estado actual de los estudios sobre el Ecuador
Sponsor: Ecuadorian Studies
Session Organizer: Teodoro R Bustamante, Facultad
Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales
Chair: Carmen Martínez Novo, University of Kentucky
Presenters: Adrian Bonilla, FLACSO
Francisco Sánchez-López, Universidad de Salamanca
Teodoro R Bustamante, Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias
Sociales
Felipe E Burbano, FLACSO
917 // MAS - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Guayacan
Journalism, Politics, and Popular Culture
Chair: Jairo Lugo-Ocando, University of Sheffield, UK
There's more than one way to skin a cat: Re-examining the role of El
Mercurio during the Unidad Pupular government in Chile
(1970-1973): Jairo Lugo-Ocando, University of Sheffield, UK
Tras las pistas de lo local en lo público: Lazara Heidy Estevez
Valera, Revista Mar y Pesca
The uses of native bibliography on Brazilian Popular Music: Dmitri
C Fernandes, Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora
914 // BIO - Workshop - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Conference
3
Emerging Environmental Governance Regimes in Latin
America: Conflict, Cooperation, and the Quest for Inclusion
Sponsor: Please include Michiel Baud, director of the Centre for
Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CEDLA, Netherlands),
which has an institutional LASA membership. Baud should
chair the workshop and Hogenboom should be a presenter.
Session Organizer: Eduardo Silva, Tulane University
918 // CUL - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Conference 8
La Sociedad Civil en Cuba
Chair: Catherine Krull, University of Victoria
Construyendo la otra cara de La Habana: Olga Elena Suarez Perez
“La calle es de los revolucionarios”: Políticas normativas e
imaginario social cubano.: Claudia González Marrero
Con la vanguardia en Alto: Yaima Pardo La Red, AHS-UNEACACAV
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desde la Asignatura Filosofía y Sociedad. Una experiencia en
estudiantes de Ciencias Biológicas.: Alberto González Tejera,
Instituto Superior de Arte
919 // MAS - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Boardroom 3
La utilización de la música y los medios audiovisuales en
campañas por la no violencia y las exclusiones sociales.
Experiencias cubanas
Session Organizer: Lázaro J Blanco Encinosa, Centro de Estudios de
Técnicas de Dirección de la UH
Chair: Lázaro J Blanco Encinosa, Centro de Estudios de Técnicas de
Dirección de la UH
Campaña de la ONU en Cuba por la no violencia contra las
mujeres y las niñas: Julio Cesar Gonzalez Pages, Universidad de
la Habana
Campañas integrales de promoción artística por la no violencia y
contra las exclusiones sociales: Lázaro J Blanco Encinosa,
Centro de Estudios de Técnicas de Dirección de la UH
El rol del artista en la lucha por la no violencia y las exclusiones
sociales: David Blanco Ponsoda
Grupos y campañas independientes contra el VIH SIDA y las
exclusiones de diversidad sexual en Cuba: Un analisis de sus
métodos y resultados.: Ted A Henken, City University of New
York/Baruch College
920 // LAT - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Murphy 4
Latina/o Immigrant Youth, Identity, and Education:
Perspectives from the United States and Canada
Chair: Deyanira Rojas-Sosa, SUNY New Paltz
Latin American and Caribbean Youth in Canada: What Social
Scientists Have Looked At and Found About Them: Alejandro
Hernandez-Ramirez, (Vanier scholar) Carleton University
Los hijos de inmigrantes mexicanos en Estados Unidos: Una nueva
propuesta teórica para el estudio de las aspiraciones y el éxito
educativo: Enrique Martínez Curiel, Universidad de Guadalajara
The Experience of Low Income Latino Families in a Catholic
School: William Velez, University of Wisconsin/Milwaukee;
Tatiana Joseph, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee; Rene F
Antrop-González, Dalton State College
The use of ethnic categories to create identities in Latino students’
narratives about race and conflict: Deyanira Rojas-Sosa, SUNY
New Paltz
Discussant: Reanne Frank, Ohio State University
Mechanism of security and defense governance in Latin
America: conflict, cooperation and hybrid trends
Session Organizer: Rafael A Duarte Villa, Universidade de São
Paulo
Regional Integration and regional leadership: complexity and
contingency in Brazilian foreign policy: Marcial G Suarez,
Fluminense Federal University
Hybrid governance mechanisms on security in Latin America:
Rafael A Duarte Villa, Universidade de São Paulo
New Challenges for Regional Security: Antidrug policy: Alejandro
Chanona Burguete, National Autonomous University of Mexico
-UNAM
923 // MLD - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Ponce de Leon
C
Migrations, Precarities and Illegalizations in the Americas,
Panel I
Session Organizer: Luin Goldring, York University
Chair: Luis Eduardo Thayer, Universidad de Los Lagos
Diferencias regionales en la construcción del estatus legal precario
de migrantes en el sector de la construcción: Carolina I Stefoni,
Universidad Alberto Hurtado
¿Fuera del Contrato? Possibilities and Impossibilities of
Unauthorized Employment in Canadian Agriculture: Tanya M
Basok, University of Windsor
Immigrant Homeland Healing and Defiance in Urban Community
Gardens of Los Angeles: Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo, University
of Southern California
Discussant: Cecilia Menjivar, Arizona State University
924 // CUL - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, San Geronimo
Ballroom B
Navigating Invisible Spaces: Predicaments, Projects and
Promises for Actors on the Extremes of Marginalization
Chair: Prisca Gayles, University of Texas
Trujillo, the Dominican Patriarch, and New Masculinities: José D
Rubio-Zepeda, University of Texas at Austin
Ta Ligado: Rodas e Hip Hop no Rio: Jessica N Diaz-Hurtado,
University of Texas at Austin
Maximizing Citizenship with Minimal Representation: An Analysis
of Afro-Argentine Civil Society Organizing Strategies: Prisca
Gayles, University of Texas
De palabra al hecho: Gendered Roles in Private Agriculture
Cooperatives in La Habana: Sara E Law
921 // FIL - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, San Cristobal E
Marginality, Precariousness, and Exclusion: the Latin American
Road Movie
Session Organizer: Verónica I Garibotto, University of Kansas
Chair: Jorge Pérez, University of Kansas
Reconfiguring Precarious Landscapes: the Road Movie in Latin
America: Jorge Pérez, University of Kansas; Verónica I
Garibotto, University of Kansas
Reading El Norte in Cary Fukunaga's Sin nombre: Yajaira M
Padilla, University of Arkansas/Fayetteville
Through Tristeza’s Eyes: The American Road Movie meets the Latin
American Literary Tradition in Qué tan lejos: Carolina Rueda,
University of Oklahoma
925 // LAB - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Foyer C
New Economies Under Socialism
Chair: Erin Linell Olivera Barrios, Universidad de la Habana
Dinámicas de integración y apertura de nuevos espacios
económicos en Cuba: Dayana E Vega Furet, Universidad de La
Habana
What peasants taught the Revolution: An alternative reading of the
re-emergence of self-employment in Cuba: Louis Thiemann,
Institute of Social Studies, The Hague
Los procesos de trabajo en la Economía basada en el Conocimiento.
Un acercamiento desde una empresa biotecnológica cubana:
Jusmary Gómez Arencibia
922 // DEF - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, San Geronimo
Ballroom C
926 // HIS - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Conference 7
New Narratives of United States-Mexico Relations: the Border,
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the Revolution, and Remittances
Session Organizer: Jose L Ramos, Valparaiso University
Chair: CJ Alvarez, University of Texas/Austin
The Militarizations of the U.S.-Mexico Border: CJ Alvarez,
University of Texas/Austin
Interpreting U.S.-Mexico Relations: The Unchallenged Legacy of
American Progressivism and the First Historians of the Mexican
Revolution: Jose L Ramos, Valparaiso University
The Remittance Landscape: A Built Environment Perspective on
U.S.-Mexico Migration: Sarah L Lopez, University of Texas at
Austin
Discussant: Geraldo L Cadava, Northwestern University
927 // LTC - Workshop - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am,
Conference 5
Nuevas alternativas en la producción cultural
judeolatinoamericana
Session Organizer: Nora Glickman, City University of New
York/Queens College
Chair: Darrell B Lockhart, Univ of Nevada/Reno
Presenters: Naomi E Lindstrom, University of Texas/Austin
Alexandru V Lefter, University of South Dakota
Lydia Gil Keff, University of Denver
Ariana Huberman, Haverford College
928 // TRA - Workshop - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Murphy 2
One Hundred Years of the Harrison Narcotics Act and the War
on Drugs
Chair: Elaine K Carey, St. John's University
Presenters: Paul K Eiss, Carnegie Mellon University
George T Díaz, Sam Houston State University
Discussant: Andrae M Marak, Governors State University
929 // LST - Workshop - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Murphy 7
Orientalismo Updated: La emergencia de una modernidad
asiática en la literatura latinoamericana contemporánea
Session Organizer: Ineke W Phaf-Rheinberger, Humboldt
University at Berlin
Chair: Koichi Hagimoto, Wellesley College
Presenters: Ignacio Corona, Ohio State University
Svetlana V Tyutina, California State University, Northridge
Junyoung Verónica Kim, University of Iowa
Diana M Torres Rivera, Universidad de Puerto Rico
930 // SMP - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Salon del Mar
A
Political Economy of Agriculture
Chair: Ana Laura Domínguez Jardines, Universidad Politécnica de
Victoria
Agrocadena de la soya, sistemas productivos locales y desarrollo
regional. Un estudio de casos de México y Brasil: Ana Laura
Domínguez Jardines, Universidad Politécnica de Victoria;
Francisco García Fernández, Universidad Autónoma de
Tamaulipas; Manuel H De la Garza Cárdenas, Universidad
Autónoma de Tamaulipas
Análisis situacional y acciones estratégicas en la cadena productiva
bovino carne del estado de Tamaulipas, México: Maritza
Alvarez Herrera, Universidad Autónoma de Tamaulipas
El Enfoque de cadenas productivas en la coyuntura actual: una
propuesta metodológica para su análisis en Cuba.: Vivian
Isabel Antúnez Saiz, Centro de Estudios de Técnicas de
Dirección/ Universidad de La Habana
Las nuevas transformaciones economicas en el sector cooperativo
cubano. Retos y perspectivas.: Reynaldo Miguel Jiménez
Guethón, FLACSO Cuba
931 // LST - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Flamingo A
Poéticas del escape en la literatura puertorriqueña
Chair: Rebeca Moreno-Orama, Washington College
Acerca de lo perdido. El pájaro loco y Los poemas de Filí-Melé de
Yván Silén.: Jorge E Lefevre Tavárez, University of Chicago
An Island in the Clouds: Landscape, Resistance and Change in
Laura Gallego’s Celajes (1951-3): Hannah Agauas, Indiana
University
El intercambio simbólico de la ‘realidad’ en Sobre mi cadáver de
Marta Aponte Alsina: Diana M Grullon, Florida International
University
Nomadic Subjectivity, Transvestism and Hysteria in Sirena Selena
vestida de pena: Diana Gonzalez-Cameron, University of
Illinois at Chicago
Poética de la resistencia en las “Cartas a Karina”: Rebeca
Moreno-Orama, Washington College
932 // SEC - Workshop - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, San
Cristobal A
Precarious Life/Vida Precaria 1: Biopolítica y frontera en
América Latina
Sponsor: Culture, Power and Politics
Session Organizer: Juan E Poblete, University of California/Santa
Cruz
Chair: Juan E Poblete, University of California/Santa Cruz
Presenters: Mabel E Moraña, Washington University/St. Louis
Juan R Aparicio, Universidad de Los Andes
Arturo Arias, University of Texas/Austin
José Manuel Valenzuela Arce, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte
Oswaldo Zavala, College of Staten Island & The Graduate Center,
CUNY
933 // LAB - Workshop - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Murphy 3
Profesionales en Cuba: de la universidad a servir café
Session Organizer: Luis M Pimentel Gonzalez
Chair: Maria del Carmen Perez
Presenter: Marisleydis Lara Izquierdo
934 // CSS - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Ponce de Leon
B
Racismo y Raciocinio: Movimiento, Medios, Debate y Legalidad
Session Organizer: Guillermo F Rebollo-Gil, Universidad del Este
Chair: Juan Antonio Alvarado, Plataforma de Integracion Cubana
Inc / Revista Identidades
Guaynabo City es un País: Construcción de la blancura en Puerto
Rico: Guillermo F Rebollo-Gil, Universidad del Este
La Ley afirmativa y la Reforma Constitucional: Manuel Cuesta
Morúa, Investigador Independiente
El antirracismo en el ocaso de la revolución cubana: Jose Hugo
Fernandez, Escritor y periodista independiente
Esa Tipa es una #Yal: La Mujer Negra y La Violencia Lúdica del
“Buen Racismo”: Ariadna M Godreau Aubert
Debate Racial. Espacios fiscalizados vs Espacios de resistencia en
la Cuba Contemporánea: Juan Antonio Madrazo Luna, Comité
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Ciudadanos por la Integración Racial
935 // LTC - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Conference 4
Representaciones culturales y Guerra Fría: Carteles, Letras,
Música
Chair: Astrid T Cubano Iguina, Universidad de Puerto Rico
De lo frío a lo caliente: de holocausto y reivindicaciones.: Malena E
Rodríguez-Castro, Universidad de Puerto Rico/Río Piedras
José Luis González in Nueva York, 1947-1950: Cristina C Perez
Jimenez, Columbia University
Del sentido político: el ojo acústico de Tomás Blanco: Lena BurgosLafuente, SUNY Stony Brook
936 // LTC - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Murphy 6
Reshaping the past: contemporary Spanish American cultural
memories of political violence
Chair: Daniella Wurst, Columbia University
The role of testimony in contemporary Peruvian cultural memory of
political violence (1980-2000): Alexandra I Hibbett, Pontificia
Universidad Católica del Perú
Memories' Borders: A space theory approach to the project “Poetry
and Urban Imaginaries” in Miguel Castro Castro Prison (Lima,
Peru): Veronica Uribe del Aguila, The New School
Disappearances: Representing the presence of Absence: Daniella
Wurst, Columbia University
Challenging memories, enlighting subjectivity in Laura Alcoba's La
casa de los conejos: Valeria Rey de Castro, University of Texas
at Austin
937 // HIS - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, San Cristobal G
Revisiting Caribbean Populisms: New Perspectives on 1940s
Cuba and Puerto Rico
Session Organizer: Antonio Sotomayor, University of
Illinois/Urbana-Champaign
Chair: Francisco A Scarano, University of Wisconsin/Madison
The Arts, the Artists, and the State: Cultural Policy in 1940s Cuba:
Cary Aileen Garcia Yero, Harvard University
Students, Schools, and Populism in 1940s Puerto Rico: Solsiree Del
Moral, Amherst College
Vergüenza contra el dinero": The Rise of the Ortodoxos and
Political Moralism in Cuban Culture, 1946-1951: Lillian
Guerra, University of Florida
Julio Enrique Monagas and Sport Populism in Puerto Rico, 1940s:
Antonio Sotomayor, University of Illinois/Urbana-Champaign
Discussant: Jorge L Duany, Florida International University
938 // PIP - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Garita
Sites of Power I: Building Congresses in Latin America after
Independence
Session Organizer: Eduardo Posada-Carbo, St Antony's College,
Oxford University
La separación espacial de los poderes y su escenificación : los
lugares del poder legislativo en México 1813-1910: Annick
Lempérière, Université Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne
Una nueva simbología de la representación: la construcción del
espacio parlamentario en la Nueva Granada en perspectiva
transatlántica (1810-1821): Jorge Luengo Sánchez, European
University Institute
La materialidad y los espacios del poder: hacia una historia política
de los Congresos en el Chile post-independiente, 1828-1833:
Juan Luis Ossa, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez
Espacios de poder, instrumentos de intervención pública: el edificio
del Congreso Nacional y la construcción del poder federal en la
Argentina, 1880-1916: Martin Castro, CONICET-Instituto E.
Ravignani/ UNTREF
Discussant: Paula Alonso, George Washington University
939 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Saturday, 8:00am 9:45am, San Cristobal F
Testing the Transformation: Gender, Sexuality, and the Latin
American Left (1)
Sponsor: Gender and Feminist Studies
Session Organizer: Elisabeth Jay Friedman, University of San
Francisco
Chair: Elisabeth Jay Friedman, University of San Francisco
Testing the Transformation in Peru: ¡Un desencanto!: Pascha
Bueno-Hansen, University of Delaware
How Revolutionary is the “Citizen Revolution”? Exploring
evidence on gender and sexuality in state-society relations.:
Annie K Wilkinson, FLACSO-Ecuador
Reform or Transformation?: Assessing the state of Gender and
Sexuality Rights in Chile: Gwynn Thomas, University at Buffalo
Discussant: Jocelyn H Olcott, Duke University
940 // CUL - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, San Geronimo
Ballroom A
Theorizing Original Accumulation in Latin America
Chair: Orlando Nelson Bentancor Trebino, Barnard College
Original Accumulation: Iberian Empires and Modes of Exchange:
Orlando Nelson Bentancor Trebino, Barnard College; Anna H
More, Universidade de Brasília
The Sea and the Memory of Primitive Accumulation: Alessandro
Fornazzari, University of California/Riverside
Land, Primitive Accumulation and Literary Form: Ericka A
Beckman, University of Illinois/Urbana-Champaign
Reading ‘Capital’, Reading Latin America: John D Kraniauskas,
Birkbeck, University of London
Discussant: Gareth Williams, University of Michigan
941 // INT - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Ponce de Leon
A
US-Latin America Relations
Rethinking U.S. – Latin America Relations: The need for a new
agenda: Stephanie Rodriguez, FUNGLODE
The US - Latin American Disconnect: Failure of Diplomacy or
Diplomacy of Failure?: Jan Black, Monterey Institute of
International Studies; Martin C Needler
The weakening of the U.S. hegemony in the world context: Camila
Alves da Costa, Observatório das Nacionalidades/UECE
942 // EDU - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Salon del Mar
B
Valores, acoso y violencia escolar
Chair: Mariana Guadalupe Molina Fuentes
Escuela, familia y comunidad: Socialización de valores entre
adolescentes de la Ciudad de México: Mariana Guadalupe
Molina Fuentes
La acción pública frente a la violencia escolar más allá de la
perspectiva policial: Ernesto Treviño Ronzon, Universidad
Veracruzana
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Violencia Escolar en Chile: Necesidad de intervenir desde un
enfoque relacional: Paulina L Jara
943 // HUM - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Ceiba
Violencia y memoria encarnada
Session Organizers: Claudia Chávez Argüelles, University of
Texas/Austin
Bruno E Renero-Hannan, University of Michigan
Chair: Heather K Teague, University of Texas/Austin
“Somos memoria viva”: Acteal y los testimonios encarnados:
Claudia Chávez Argüelles, University of Texas/Austin
Violencia, estigma y memoria: testimonios encarnados desde la
prisión política en Oaxaca: Bruno E Renero-Hannan, University
of Michigan
Terror and Time in Panzós: Heather K Teague, University of
Texas/Austin
La guerra después de la guerra: la formación del movimiento de
derechos humanos en México, estrategias y resultados (19681982): Adela C Cedillo, University of Wisconsin-Madison
944 // EDU - Panel - Saturday, 8:00am - 9:45am, Murphy 5
Violencias sociales, memoria y educación. Perspectivas desde
México
Session Organizer: Mónica Chávez Gonzalez, Escuela Nacional de
Estudios Superiores, UNAM
Chair: Cecilia M Lopez Badano, Universidad Autónoma de
Querétaro
Prácticas escolares en entornos de violencia: María del Socorro S
Ramírez, BECENE
Memorias no oficiales de la violencia: familiares de desaparecidos
en México: Rodolfo Gamiño, Universidad Autónoma de
Tlaxcala
Las múltiples violencias escolares desde un contexto marginal en el
noreste de México: Mónica Chávez Gonzalez, Escuela Nacional
de Estudios Superiores, UNAM
Discussant: Cecilia Costero, El Colegio de San Luis
SATURDAY 9:00AM - 9:45AM
945 // MTG - Meeting - Saturday, 9:00am - 9:45am, Flamingo D
LASA Business Meeting
Contact Person: Debra A Castillo, Cornell University
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946 // OTS - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Boardroom 3
Apuestas y posibilidades desde la exclusión
Session Organizer: Felipe Gómez Gutiérrez, Carnegie Mellon
University
Chair: María Constanza Guzmán, York University/Glendon College
Pulcritud and hedor epistemológico in Latinoamerica: Joshua Price,
State University of New York/Binghamton
La autonomía zapatista: una ética del "no": Irene Fenoglio Limón,
Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos
De nahuales a perros de guerra: resistencia indígena, cooptación y
cómics frente al mercado global en dos novelas gráficas de
Edgar Clément: Felipe Gómez Gutiérrez, Carnegie Mellon
University
Discussant: Karen A Faulk, Carnegie Mellon University
947 // HUM - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Ponce de
Leon B
Assessing the Impact of the Inter-American Human Rights
System
Session Organizers: Natalia N Saltalamacchia, ITAM
Sandra P Borda, Universidad de los Andes
Chair: Par Engstrom, UCL Institute of the Americas
Theorizing & Assessing the Inter-American Human Rights System’s
Impact beyond Compliance: Courtney Hillebrecht, University of
Nebraska-Lincoln
IAS and Judicial Politics Chapter Proposal: Alexandra V Huneeus,
University of Wisconsin
Soluciones amistosas en el Sistema Interamericano de Derechos
Humanos: Natalia N Saltalamacchia, ITAM
Colombia y el Sistema Interamericano de Derechos Humanos:
Hacia el cumplimiento estratégico: Sandra P Borda, Universidad
de los Andes
948 // EDU - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Salon del
Mar B
Challenges of inclusion and quality in higher education, case
studies from Mexico, Peru and Argentina.
Chair: Salvador Camacho Sandoval, Universidad Autónoma de
Aguascalientes
Inclusión con calidad en la educación superior peruana: el caso del
programa Beca 18: Milos Richard Lau Barba, Pontificia
Universidad Católica del Perú; Jose I Tavara, Pontificia
Universidad Catolica del Peru
La demanda estudiantil y la dispersa oferta de las Instituciones de
Educación Superior en Aguascalientes, México.: Yolanda
Padilla Rangel, Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes;
Salvador Camacho Sandoval, Universidad Autónoma de
Aguascalientes
The Presentation of the Chef in Everyday Life: Productions of
Inequality in Peruvian Culinary Schools: Amy Lasater-Wille,
New York University
Discussant: Jose I Tavara, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru
949 // MLD - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, San
Geronimo Ballroom B
Comparative Raciality of Afro and Asian Latin Americans
Session Organizer: Lok C Siu, UC Berkeley
Chair: Bettina A Ng'Weno, University of California/Davis
Thinking Afro Mexico: Processes of Forgetting and Reremembering the Third Root: Bettina A Ng'Weno, University of
California/Davis
The Violence of Erasure: the Hypervisibility/Invisibility of Asians in
Latin America: Lok C Siu, UC Berkeley
Not Indigenous, not White, not Black, nor mestizo: the racialization
of Chinese and Japanese migration in Colombia: Carlos Andres
Barragan, University of California, Davis
950 // CUL - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Conference 8
Conjurar la precariedad: jóvenes creadores y nuevas prácticas
artísticas ante una realidad emergente
Session Organizer: Samuel Hernández Dominicis, Asociación
Hermanos Saíz
Chair: Jaime Gómez Triana, UNEAC
Negociaciones de la literatura emergente en la Cuba actual:
espacio editorial y agencia: Yanelys Encinosa Cabrera,
Asociación Hermanos Saíz
Jóvenes músicos en la Cuba de hoy: sonando el presente y soñando
el futuro: Carmen Souto Anido, Casa de las Américas
El artista como autoetnógrafo: discursos y prácticas emergentes en
el arte cubano contemporáneo: Samuel Hernández Dominicis,
Asociación Hermanos Saíz
951 // CUL - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Conference
10
Construcción de Paz en Colombia: Cambios, Continuidades y
Emergencias
Session Organizers: Eloisa D Berman Arévalo, University of North
Carolina/Chapel Hill
Irene Cabrera Nossa, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chair: Irene Cabrera Nossa, University of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill
Comunidades fronterizas entre la guerra y la paz: una visión geoestratégica entre 1998 y 2014: Irene Cabrera Nossa, University
of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
"Todos unidos de acuerdo a una misma idea": Las geografías de la
paz en San José de Apartadó.: Christopher Courtheyn,
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Historizando la coyuntura, interrumpiendo la ‘paz neoliberal’: la
re-emergencia de resistencias afro-campesinas en Montes de
María: Eloisa D Berman Arévalo, University of North
Carolina/Chapel Hill
Afecto para la liberación: memoria y emociones para una transición
no-hegemónica.: Diana M Gomez Correal, University of North
Carolina
Discussant: Miguel L Rojas Sotelo, Duke University
952 // CUL - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Conference 9
Consumo, medios y política
Cross-Cultural Consumption: Tequila in the USA: Marie Sarita
Gaytán, University of Utah
Cuba en la agenda de CNN en español: (re)lecturas del “Efecto
CNN” en tiempos de Barack Obama: Maria del Carmen Ramon
Sanchez, Cubahora Online Magazine
El mundo en un paquete: distribución y consumo cultural
alternativo en Cuba: Damian F Montesino
‘Por sus obras los conocereis’. Penalización de la libertad de
expresión académica y artística en Colombia.: Marta Zambrano,
Universidad Nacional de Colombia
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953 // INT - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Ponce de
Leon A
Contemporary Challenges Confronting Cuban Foreign Policy
Session Organizer: John M Kirk, Dalhousie University
Cuban Medical Internationalism: The Case of Brazil: John M Kirk,
Dalhousie University
One Last Chance: U.S.-Cuban Relations in the Final Two Years of
the Obama Administration: William M LeoGrande, American
University
Cuba’s Evolving International Economic Relations: Michael
Erisman, Indiana State University
Lourdes Revisited: Cuban-Russian Relations in 2015: Mervyn John
Bain, Universidad de Aberdeen
954 // LAW - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, San
Geronimo Ballroom A
Corporate complicity in human rights violations: a gaze to Latin
America.
Session Organizer: Roberto Carlos Vidal López, Pontificia
Universidad Javeriana. Bogotá D.C.
Chairs: Vanessa A Suelt, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Tricia D Olsen, Univ. of Denver
Human rights abuses in the Caribbean: a comparative approach to
similar realities: Joan Carreras Timoneda, University of
Maryland, College Park
Enhancing the scope of Justices: Business Complicity in Argentina:
Leigh A Payne, University of Oxford
Business, Government and the Community: The Evolution of
Corporate Responsibility in Peru: Kathryn C Babineau,
University of Oxford
Corporate Complicity in Colombia: Exploring Accountability and
Remedy Mechanisms: Laura Bernal Bermúdez, University of
Oxford
Corporate accountability for abuses and/or complicity in human
rights violations in Mexico: Alvaro Amaya-Villarreal; Jorge
Carlos Toledo Sauri, Universidad Marista de Mérida
955 // CIT - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Conference 6
Desplazos Urbanos: Physical and Cultural Dislocations, Shifting
Inequalities, and Claims to the City
Session Organizer: Zaire Z Dinzey-Flores, Rutgers University
Chair: Melissa Fernandez Arrigoitia, London School of Economics
Between ‘Penthouse’ Social Housing and Crisis Urbanism: The
Case of Puerto Rico’s ‘Metropolis’: Melissa Fernandez
Arrigoitia, London School of Economics
FIFA, Hypercapitalism, and the Right to City and Culture in Brazil:
Sukari Ivester, California State University, East Bay
Talking Hip-Hop: Cuando el vernáculo urbano se convierte en el
prestigioso: José L Magro, Graduate Center, CUNY
La Perla, or an Urban Eulogy for the Puerto Rican Debt-State:
Jason Cortés, Rutgers University-Newark
Discussant: Zaire Z Dinzey-Flores, Rutgers University
956 // EDU - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Murphy 5
Dinámicas y mutaciones en las políticas universitarias de
América Latina: promoción, evaluación e
internacionalización de la Investigación y los Posgrados
Session Organizer: Mauricio A Horn, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Chair: Mauricio A Horn, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Las políticas de evaluación de la educación superior en un
escenario de internacionalización: tensiones y desafíos para
América Latina: Daniela V Perrotta, Universidad de Buenos
Aires
Nuevos instrumentos de promoción de la investigación. El caso de
los PDTS-CIN.: Mauricio A Horn, Universidad de Buenos
Aires; Maria Paula Senejko, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Internationalization of Higher Education, Science, Technology and
Innovation: the case of BRICS: Enrique Daniel Martinez
Larrechea, Instituto Universitario CLAEH-Uruguay; Adriana M
Chiancone, Instituto Universitario CLAEH-Uruguay
Discussant: Daniela V Perrotta, Universidad de Buenos Aires
957 // DEF - Workshop - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Murphy
6
Drogas, Crimen Organizada, Seguridad: Mirada Comparativa
a las Estrategias De EEUU, México, Centroamérica, y Cuba
Chair: Joy Olson, Washington Office on Latin America
Presenters: Geoffrey F Thale, Washington Office on Latin America
Angel Armando Rodríguez Luna
Discussant: Carlos Alzugaray Treto, Revista Temas
958 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Saturday, 10:00am 11:45am, San Cristobal D
El Ecuador de la Revolución Ciudadana: visiones sociales,
políticas y económicas
Sponsor: Ecuadorian Studies
Session Organizer: Francisco Sánchez-López, Universidad de
Salamanca
Chair: Teodoro R Bustamante, Facultad Latinoamericana de
Ciencias Sociales
Megaprojects and the Restructuring of Urban Governance The Case
of the New Quito International Airport: Andrea Carrión,
Carleton University
The Minga under the Revolución Ciudadana: Participation,
Responsibility, Discipline: Joseph R Quick, University of
Wisconsin-Madison
Los sectores populares de Guayaquil y la Revolución Ciudadana:
Alysa M Handelsman, University of Michigan
Disputas con el Estado. Autonomías indígenas en Ecuador: Claudia
P Carrion Sanchez, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de México
Discussant: Jose A Figueroa, Instituto de Altos Estudios Nacionales
959 // SMP - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Boardroom 2
Extractive Industries, Mechanisms of Exclusion and Inequality
Chair: Manuel R De la Fuente, Universidad Mayor de San Simón
Extractive industry and indigenous peoples in Bolivia: Manuel R De
la Fuente, Universidad Mayor de San Simón
The political economy of inequality in Latin America: "two lefts"
and their impact on income inequality in the 1990s and 2000s:
Ian P Andrade, University of São Paulo; Lucas R Cunha,
Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG)
Tourism and Work in Post-Navy Vieques: Mechanisms of exclusions
in the neo-plantation: Luis Galanes, University of Puerto Rico
960 // FEA - Featured/Invited Session - Saturday, 10:00am 11:45am, Foyer C
Featured Session - LARR in LASA: Enduring and/or New
Forms of Inequality in a Globalizing World 1
Chair: José R Jouve Martín, McGill University
Contemporary Latin American Inequality: Class Struggle,
Decolonization, and the Limits of Liberal Citizenship: Jeffery R
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Webber, University of London Queen Mary
Student Mobilization, Higher Education, and the 2013 Protests in
Brazil in Historical Perspective: Colin M Snider, University of
Texas-Tyler
Everyday Aggression: Inequality and Feminicide in Honduras and
Latin America: Cecilia Menjivar, Arizona State University
Discussant: Philip D Oxhorn, McGill University
961 // LTC - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Flamingo C
Ficciones conspirativas en la producción cultural
latinoamericana
Chair: Eunkyung Choi, Korea University
Desentrañar la verdad mediante la manipulación mediática y
despertar la conciencia en Estrella distante de Roberto Bolaño:
Eunkyung Choi, Korea University
Filosofía y política de la conspiración en dos cuentos de J.L.Borges:
Daniela Dorfman, Boston University
S-F: poesía y ciencia ficción en Roberto Bolaño: Carlos E Villacorta
Gonzáles, University of Maine
Metaliteratura: Más allá del comentario en “Sensini” de Roberto
Bolaño: Teddy Palomino, The Ohio State University
962 // AGR - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Tropical C
Food Systems, Nutrition, and Culture in the Spanish Caribbean:
Landscapes and Discourses
Session Organizer: Elisa M González, Columbia University
Chair: Melissa Fuster, NYU Steinhardt School
"Solving the Medico-social Problem of Our People”: Food,
Nutrition, and Rural Hygiene in Puerto Rico during the 1930s:
Elisa M González, Columbia University
Caribbean Public Foodmaps: La Plaza del Mercado in San Juan
and El Mercado Modelo in Santo Domingo: Lidia Marte,
Universidad de Puerto Rico-Recinto de Rio Piedras
The MacDonalization of the Home of the Whopper by Wendys: The
Geography of North American Fast Foods Franchises in Puerto
Rico: Carlos J Guilbe, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Food, between Taste and Nutrition: A Comparative Discourse
Analysis of Food Experts in Cuba and Puerto Rico: Melissa
Fuster, NYU Steinhardt School
Discussant: Cruz M Ortiz Cuadra, UPR
963 // LST - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Flamingo A
Gritar a la violencia es un juego peligroso. Resistencia de las
marginalidades socioculturales en Chile, Argentina, México
y Colombia.
Session Organizer: Leticia Contreras, Pontificia Universidad
Católica de Chile
El grito feroz de la anarcofeminista ante el cautiverio (in)feliz de
una voz indígena.: Leticia Contreras, Pontificia Universidad
Católica de Chile
La loca insistente y resistente. Otras masculinidades en la guerrilla
urbana.: Damaso Rabanal, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de
Chile
Relaciones discursivas entre el horror y la violencia en el poemario:
“Te diría que fuéramos al río bravo a llorar …” de Jorge
Humberto Chávez: Marco Vladimir Guerrero Heredia,
Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua (México) - Pontificia
Universidad Católica de Chile
964 // SLS - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Flamboyan
Heteronormatividad y modelos emergentes de parejas
homosexuales y familias homoparentales cubanas:
Comportamientos, contradicciones y retos.
Session Organizer: José Novales Armenteros, SOCUMES
Chair: Rosa Campoalegre Septiem, Centro de Investigaciones
Psicológicas y Sociológicas
La homopaternidad en Cuba sin ansias de hegemonía, solo equidad:
Ariel Ramón Arcaute Mollinea, SOCUMES
Parejas de hoy, familias del mañana… Estudio de la resiliencia en
parejas homosexuales masculinas de La Habana: José Novales
Armenteros, SOCUMES
Percepción del educador de enseñanza primaria sobre la familia
homoparental cubana.: Dachely Valdés Moreno, SOCUMES
Lo heteronormativo en la socialización adolescente. Un obstáculo
para los modelos emergentes de parejas y familias
homoparentales cubanas.: Idianelys Santillano Cárdenas, Centro
de Estudios Sobre la Juventud
965 // INV - Workshop - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Tropical
A
Invited Session - Asia and Latin America: An Interdisciplinary
Dialogue on Approaches, Methodologies, and Challenges
Session Organizer: Junyoung Verónica Kim, University of Iowa
Chairs: Junyoung Verónica Kim, University of Iowa
Adrian H Hearn, University of Melbourne
Presenters: Enrique S Dussel Peters, Universidad Nacional
Autónoma de México
Naoki Sakai, Cornell University
Gonzalo Sebastián Paz, Georgetown University
Elliott Young, Lewis and Clark College
Discussant: Kathleen M Lopez, Rutgers University
966 // INV - Featured/Invited Session - Saturday, 10:00am 11:45am, Las Olas
Invited Session - Marginal Bodies, Marginal Subjectivities: The
Body as Medium in Contemporary Latin American and
Latino Art
Sponsor: ART Invited Panel
Chairs: Tatiana E Flores, Rutgers University
Ray Hernández-Durán, University of New Mexico
The Geo/Body Politics of Performance Art in Central America:
Kency Cornejo, University of New Mexico
Contemporary Performance and the Social Self: Rocio ArandaAlvarado, El Museo del Barrio
Embodied Practice: reclamando espacios desde estar viva en un
cuerpo: Noemí Segarra, Artista Interdisciplinaria Independiente
967 // INV - Featured/Invited Session - Saturday, 10:00am 11:45am, San Geronimo Ballroom C
Invited Session - Repensando la producción de violencias en
contextos de precariedad y exclusión: Políticas de defensa,
criminalización e identidad
Sponsor: Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies
(LLILAS) at UT Austin / CIESAS
Session Organizer: Maria Clemencia Ramirez Lamus, Instituto
Colombiano de Antropología e Historia
Chair: Maria Clemencia Ramirez Lamus, Instituto Colombiano de
Antropología e Historia
El uso político del derecho en el movimiento indígena de Cherán,
México: Orlando Aragón Andrade, Universidad de Coimbra
Vivir aquí no es delito: Respuestas de los jóvenes activistas y
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artistas a la violencia: Denis R Martinez, University of
Texas/Austin
Como papás y mamás nunca mataremos a nuestros hijos" :
Ayotzinapa y la crisis de los derechos humanos en México: Abel
Barrera, Centro de Derechos Humanos de la Montaña de
Guerrero Tlachinollan
968 // BIO - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Conference 3
Land Use, Fair Trade and the Environment
Chair: Angeles A Lopez-Santillan, Universidad de Puerto Rico, Rio
Piedras
From the Maya World to the World of Tone: The Social
Transformations of Mahogany: José E Martinez-Reyes,
University of Massachusetts/Boston
The Social Landscape of Environmental Conservation in the
Dominican Southwest: Luisa J Rollins-Castillo, University of
Illinois at Chicago
Ambiente, Desarrollo Local y Agricultura Urbana en el Municipio
Regla, Ciudad Habana, Cuba.: Gilberto Javier Cabrera Trimiño,
Unión Nacional de Escritores y Artistas de Cuba
Discussant: Angeles A Lopez-Santillan, Universidad de Puerto Rico,
Rio Piedras
969 // PIP - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Caribe
Las múltiples facetas de la representación política en América
Latina
Session Organizer: Carlos E Meléndez, University of Notre Dame
Chair: Carlos E Meléndez, University of Notre Dame
Competencia electoral en el nivel subnacional en Colombia (20032014): Margarita C Batlle, Universidad Externado de Colombia;
Laura Wills-Otero, Universidad de los Andes
Twins, Sisters, or just Acquaintances? Evaluating Legislative
Behavior in the Resembling Colombian and Uruguayan Senates:
Felipe Botero, Universidad de los Andes
El “mal menor”. El anti-aprismo y el anti-fujimorismo como
identidades políticas negativas en el Perú actual: Carlos E
Meléndez, University of Notre Dame
El detrás de escena de un sistema de partidos estable: La
localización de la política en la competencia municipal en
Chile: Julieta Suarez-Cao, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de
Chile
Prospective Economic Voting in Argentina. Contextual factors
conditioning its impact: María Laura Tagina, Universidad
Nacional de San Martín
Discussant: Jennifer M Cyr, University of Arizona
970 // SMP - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Almendros
Latin American Political Economy
Development Banking in Mexico: Is there a trend toward
“Financialization”?: Mine A Doyran, CUNY/Lehman College
Global Markets and Local States in Colombia – Transnational
Capitalist Elites in the Context of Economic Liberalization and
Political Decentralization: Tobias B Franz, SOAS, University of
London
The sovereign and the victim: comparing consumer policies in
Mexico and Argentina in the 1970s: Daniel G Fridman,
University of Texas-Austin; Maria del Pilar Zazueta, University
of Texas - Austin
971 // LAT - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Murphy 4
Latina/o Community-Building and Resistance Narratives:
Radio, Music, Media Coverage, and Inter-Ethnic
Relationships
Chair: Ernesto Diaz
Latino Views of Black Americans in Metro-Atlanta: The Role of
Contact and Religion in Mediating Racial Distancing: Timothy
J Steigenga, Florida Atlantic University; Philip J Williams,
University of Florida
Músicos cubanos en EEUU: socializando sus masculinidades:
Ernesto Diaz
President Obama and Piolín Sotelo Discuss Latino Immigration
Politics: Veronica Zavala, University of California, Santa
Barbara
972 // HIS - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Conference 7
Living on the Edge: Youth Struggles for Inclusion in Twentieth
Century Latin America
Session Organizers: Juandrea M Bates, University of Texas at
Austin
Claudia P Rueda, Texas A&M University Corpus Christi
Chair: Claudia P Rueda, Texas A&M University Corpus Christi
"Por la liberación de las juventudes explotadas": Rural Normalistas
and Mexico's Long 1960s: Tanalis Padilla, Dartmouth College
Seeking Dignity and Citizenship: Advocacy and Activism in the
Peruvian Movement of Working Children: Jessica K Taft,
University of California at Santa Cruz
“Una operación casi heroica:” The Role of Student Organizing in
the Growth of Nicaragua’s Urban Opposition, 1970-1979:
Claudia P Rueda, Texas A&M University Corpus Christi
In Dire Need of Protection: Adolescents’ Self Determination in
Buenos Aires’ Civil Courts , 1890-1920: Juandrea M Bates,
University of Texas at Austin
Discussant: Ann S Blum, University of Massachusetts/Boston
973 // MAS - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Executive
Boardroom
Mass Media and Popular Culture in Argentina and Mexico in
the 1960-1970s
Session Organizer: Carolina M Rocha, Southern Illinois
University/Edwardsville
Reading Mafalda as a Gendered Subject in 1960s and 1970s
Argentina: Adriana Premat, University of Western Ontario
Doubled Detection in Manuel Puig’s The Buenos Aires Affair: Erin
H Redmond, Alfred University
Intoxicated Writing: Onda writers and the drug experience in 1960s
Mexico: Hugo M Viera, Westfield State University
974 // AFR - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Tropical B
Mecanismos de participación en la gobernanza ambiental:
Parte I: Consulta Previa
Session Organizers: Riccarda Flemmer, ILAS-GIGA Hamburg
Almut S Schilling-Vacaflor, GIGA German institute of Global and
Area Studies
Chair: Riccarda Flemmer, ILAS-GIGA Hamburg
El derecho controversial de consulta previa. Una perspectiva desde
el pluralismo jurídico crítico de las primeras consultas
lideradas por el Estado en la Amazonía Peruana: Riccarda
Flemmer, ILAS-GIGA Hamburg
“Nosotros Somos Estado”: gobierno propio y toma de decisiones
sobre el subsuelo en territorios ancestrales Afros e Indígenas en
Colombia: Viviane A Weitzner, CIESAS
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Disputas en torno a la participación indígena y campesina en el
sector de gas natural de Bolivia: explicaciones a partir de
ideologías y prácticas divergentes: Almut S Schilling-Vacaflor,
GIGA German institute of Global and Area Studies
Structure, Institutions, and Conflict: The Politics of Environmental
Licensing in Latin America’s Extractive Industries: Maiah
Jaskoski, Naval Postgraduate School
Discussant: John Andrew McNeish, Norwegian University of Life
Sciences/Chr. Michelsen Institute
975 // MLD - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Ponce de
Leon C
Migrations, Precarities and Illegalizations in the Americas,
Panel II
Session Organizer: Luin Goldring, York University
Chair: Tanya M Basok, University of Windsor
Institutional precarity and arbitrariness: federal norms, local
contexts and the recognition of migrants in Santiago, Chile: Luis
Eduardo Thayer, Universidad de Los Lagos
De movilidades y violencias emergentes: el tránsito migratorio
irregular como problema público: Juan Carlos Narváez
Gutiérrez, Investigación Multidisciplinaria Aplicada:
Laboratorio Social (IMA-LAB SOCIAL)
Tracking and boundary work: Trajectories of precarious legal
status and precarious work among Latin American and
Caribbean newcomers in Toronto: Luin Goldring, York
University
Reproducing Temporariness: The Making and Unmaking of
Precarious Settlement in Mexico: Martha Luz Rojas-Wiesner, El
Colegio de la Frontera Sur
976 // MAS - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Maguey
Moving Sounds: Technology and the Sonic Sensorium from the
Caribbean to the Southern Cone
Session Organizers: Tom P McEnaney, Cornell University
Christine T Ehrick, University of Louisville
Chairs: Tom P McEnaney, Cornell University
Christine T Ehrick, University of Louisville
Sarduy’s Dolores Rondón: Expanding the Latin American Cultural
Archive: Anke Birkenmaier, Indiana University
Comedy, Gender, and the Soundscape of Immigration in Buenos
Aires, Argentina, 1930s-1940s: Christine T Ehrick, University of
Louisville
“Pitched Battles: Radio’s Common Places in Puig’s Boquitas
Pintadas”: Tom P McEnaney, Cornell University
977 // LAB - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Murphy 3
Multinacionales y acción sindical en América Latina
Session Organizer: Cecilia I Senén González, Universidad de
Buenos Aires
Chair: Jose Ricardo Ramalho, Universidade Federal do Rio de
Janeiro
Cadenas de valor e innovación, una crítica en el análisis de
empresas multinacionales: Enrique M de la Garza Toledo,
Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana
Empresas multinacionales y relaciones laborales en Argentina:
Cecilia I Senén González, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Empresas multinacionais, transformações no trabalho e ação
sindical no Brasil: Jose Ricardo Ramalho, Universidade Federal
do Rio de Janeiro
Las configuraciones estrategias de Relaciones Laborales en
empresas trasnacionales de manufactura y servicios, y los
modelos productivos: Marcela A Hernández-Romo, Universidad
Autonoma Metropolitana
Discussant: Francisco Eduardo Pucci Garmendia, Universidad de la
República
978 // FIL - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, San Cristobal
E
Old Problems, New Representations: Toward an Experimental
Visual Anthropology in the Andes
Session Organizer: Alexander L Fattal, Harvard University
Chair: Patricia Alvarez, University of California, Santa Cruz
Shepherd of the Desert – A Visual Journey about the Life and Work
of Domingo de Ramos.: Ulla Dalum Berg, Rutgers University
Dreams from the Concrete Mountain: Testimonios of Former FARC
Rebels Filmed in a “Truck Camera”: Alexander L Fattal,
Harvard University
Cinematic textures: Re-thinking non-fiction representations of
indigeneity in Peru through ethnographic filmmaking: Patricia
Alvarez, University of California, Santa Cruz
Discussant: Daniel M Goldstein, Rutgers University
979 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Saturday, 10:00am 11:45am, San Cristobal B
Post-mobilization Indigenous Politics
Sponsor: Political Institutions
Session Organizer: Carla A Alberti, Brown University
Chair: Moisés Jaime Bailón, CNDH
Beyond Mobilization: Indigenous and State Actors in the Making of
Policy: Maritza V Paredes Gonzales, Pontificia Universidad
Católica del Perú
Public Service Delivery and Ethnic Conflict in Southern Mexico:
Matthew R Cleary, Syracuse University
A New Indigenous Environmental Movement at Water’s Edge:
Aggregating Individual Attitudes to Explain Recent Actions by
Euador’s Amazonian Peoples: Todd A Eisenstadt, American
University
Populist Multiculturalism: Evo Morales’ Government and
Indigenous Movements in Bolivia: Carla A Alberti, Brown
University
Land versus Territory: Evaluating Indigenous Land Policy for the
Mapuche in Chile: Kelly Bauer, George Washington University
Discussant: Shannan L Mattiace, Allegheny College
980 // LIN - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Ceiba
Precarious Languages, Emerging Norms, and Linguistic Labor
in Indigenous Media Part 1
Session Organizer: Christopher P Bloechl, University of Chicago
Chair: John A Lucy, University of Chicago
Mixed Signals: Contrasting Indigenous Visions in Kichwa Radio
and Television: Michael Wroblewski, Grand Valley State
University
Flattening Dialogism: Language Revitalization and the
Entextualization of Southern Quechua Narrative: Georgia C
Ennis, University of Michigan
Time for a change?: Aymara horological innovation and the
Poetics of Pacha Kuti: Karl F Swinehart, University of Chicago
Discussant: Bruce Mannheim, University of Michigan
981 // SEC - Workshop - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, San
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Precarious Life/Vida Precaria 2: Borders, Citizenship, Agency,
Otherness
Sponsor: Culture, Power and Politics
Session Organizer: Justin A Read, University of Buffalo
Chair: Justin A Read, University of Buffalo
Presenters: Jennifer Bickham Mendez, College of William and Mary
Natalia Deeb-Sossa, University of California/Davis
Abraham Acosta, University of Arizona
Monika Gosin, College of William & Mary
Juan E Poblete, University of California/Santa Cruz
Gilberto A Rosas, University of Illinois
Angela C Stuesse, University of South Florida
982 // CSS - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Conference 4
Protests, rights and the Brazilian public space.
Chair: Angela R Paiva, PUC-Rio
Aonde levam as mobilizações?: Emil A Sobottka, Pontificia
Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul
Ação direta, esfera pública e cidadania: notas para uma sociologia
das manifestações: Irlys A Barreira
Manifestações de Protesto no Brasil a partir de Junho de 2013 e
seus desdobramentos até 2015 no contexto dos Protestos
Transnacionais: Maria da Gloria M Gohn, UNICAMP
983 // DEF - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Flamingo B
Respuestas, percepciones de seguridad y vida cotidiana
Chair: Anjuli Ferreira-Fahlberg, Northeastern University
La autodefensa armada rural mexicana como control fragmentado
de la delincuencia local: Miguel Ángel M Vite Pérez, IPN
La tregua entre pandillas y el diario vivir en un municipio libre de
violencia: El caso de Santa Tecla en El Salvador: Willian
Carballo
Delito y juventud: uso y sentidos de la violencia en los márgenes de
la ciudad.Los ‘jóvenes frontera’ del barrio de Santo Tomás,
Santiago de Chile: Graciela Alejandra Luneke Reyes, Pontificia
Universidad Catolica de Chile
When the Police Come to Town: Safety and Order in a Rio de
Janeiro Militarized Community: Anjuli Ferreira-Fahlberg,
Northeastern University
Indigenous language speakers in Mexico and Central America and
their trust in the police: Wayne J Pitts, RTI International;
Forrest S Pitts, University of New Mexico
984 // ECO - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Salon del
Mar A
Rio's Olympics and Brazil's World Cup: Cases in SocialPolitical Decision-Making, Accountability, Protest, Reform
From the Maracanaço to the Mineiraço: Collective Memory and the
Cultural Politics of the 1950 and 2014 World Cup Finals:
Shawn Stein, Washington College
Indigenous Peoples and the 2014 Soccer World Cup: Jean-Philippe
E Belleau Pastor, University of Massachusetts/Boston
Favelas and Urban (Dis)order in the World Cup and Olympic
World Stage: Richard Benjamin Penglase, Loyola University
Chicago
Mega-events, Pacification and Speculation: Residential
Gentrification in Rio de Janeiro’s Favelas: James P Freeman,
Concordia University
985 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Saturday, 10:00am 11:45am, San Cristobal C
Science, Technology, and Medicine in Latin America: New
Directions in Historical Research
Sponsor: Health, Science and Society
Session Organizer: Julia E Rodriguez, University of New Hampshire
Chair: Mariola Espinosa, University of Iowa
'Cabezas, Pesos y Piezas': Slavery and the Invention of the Modern
Body in the Iberian Atlantic.: Pablo F Gomez, University of
Wisconsin/Madison
Traveling Seeds: Exporting Mexican Scientific Agriculture: Gabriela
M Soto Laveaga, University of California/Santa Barbara
Overpopulation or land maldistribution? Cold War development
discourse viewed from Brazil: Eve E Buckley, University of
Delaware
Whose Periphery? Social and Economic Theory in late 20th Century
Latin America: Julia E Rodriguez, University of New
Hampshire
Truth, Harm, and the Science of Identification in Post-Pinochet
Chile: Eden Medina, Indiana University
986 // PIP - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Garita
Sites of Power II: Congresses Rule and Democracy in Latin
America after Independence
Session Organizer: Paula Alonso, George Washington University
Chair: Paula Alonso, George Washington University
¿Fue el Congreso un simulacro? Relaciones entre el legislativo y el
ejecutivo en el siglo diecinueve peruano 1822-1860: Natalia
Sobrevilla Perea, University of Kent/Canterbury
Tensiones entre el Poder Legislativo y el Poder Ejecutivo en la
Argentina (1853-1900). Controversias por la sanción de una ley
orgánica de intervenciones federales y la aplicación del
"modelo norteamericano".: Ana Leonor Romero, Universidad
de Buenos Aires/Ravignani; Laura Cucchi, Universidad de
Buenos Aires
Discussant: Victor Manuel Uribe-Uran, Florida International
University
987 // HIS - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, San Cristobal
G
State and Civil Society in Argentina Since 1945
Session Organizer: Christine J Mathias, Yale University
Chair: Christine J Mathias, Yale University
Thanks to God, Juan, and Evita: Native Leaders and Peronist
Nation-State Formation in the Argentine Chaco: Christine J
Mathias, Yale University
“It’s the Property!” Argentine Peronism, U.S. Liberalism and the
Battle for the Role of Property Rights in Postwar Democracy:
Ernesto M Seman, University of Richmond
“Jewish Rights, which is to say Human Rights”: The Delegation of
Argentine Jewish Associations and Changing Paradigms of
Victimhood and Responsibility in Post-Dictatorship Argentina:
Paul R Katz, Columbia University
Discussant: Jorge A Nallim, University of Manitoba
988 // GEN - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, San
Cristobal F
Testing the Transformation: Gender, Sexuality, and the Latin
American Left (2)
Session Organizer: Elisabeth Jay Friedman, University of San
Francisco
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Gender, Sexuality, and the Cuban Revolution: Transformations over
Five Decades: Lorraine M Bayard de Volo, University of
Colorado Boulder
Towards Feminist Socialism? Gender, Sexuality, Popular Power,
and the State in Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution: Rachel
Elfenbein, Simon Fraser University
New Laws, Same Practices: The Status of Women's and LGBT
Rights in Bolivia: Shawnna A Mullenax, University of Colorado
at Boulder
Discussant: Amy C Lind, University of Cincinnati
989 // LSN - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Flamingo D
The Colonial Text as Space of Performance
Chair: Regina L Harrison, University of Maryland
Acknowledging and Empowering the Nahual in Seventeenth-Century
Colonial Mexico: Viviana Díaz Balsera, University of Miami
The Paper Trail in Script and Sketch: Guaman Poma's Corónica:
Regina L Harrison, University of Maryland
Discussant: Rocio Quispe-Agnoli, Michigan State University
Session Organizer: Anna Cristina Pertierra, University of Western
Sydney
Chair: Diana Espírito Santo, Center for Research in Anthropology,
New University of Lisbon
Transpacific modernities: politics and popular culture in Mexico
and the Philippines.: Anna Cristina Pertierra, University of
Western Sydney
Archipelagic Hispanization: A More ‘Pacific’ Process of Cultural
Assimilation: Edward Slack, Eastern Washington University
Shanzhai and Ostentation Funk: branding and parody in China &
Brazil: Rosana Pinheiro Machado, University of Oxford
Chinese Cultural Diplomacy and the Confucius Institutes in Peru:
Isabelle Lausent-Herrera, CNRS-CREDA
990 // LTC - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Conference 5
The New Otherwise: Reconceptualizing the Argentine AvantGarde and its Experimental Legacies
Session Organizer: Robert S Wells, University of
Tennessee/Chattanooga
Chair: Robert S Wells, University of Tennessee/Chattanooga
Humano, demasiado humano: El experimentalismo antinatural de
Ezequiel Alemián, Pablo Katchadjian y Ramiro Quintana: Julio
J Ariza, Dartmouth College
Argentinos de París: Razones de la aflicción y del desorden: Daniel
A Link, Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero
Avant-Pop Antihero: Minoritarian dramatics and its pop culture
afterlives in Argentina: Claire T Solomon, Oberlin College
The Young Borges, Rearguardist: Robert S Wells, University of
Tennessee/Chattanooga
Discussant: Santiago Colas, University of Michigan
991 // PIP - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Foyer A
The diffusion of public policies in Latin America
Chair: Cecilia Osorio Gonnet, Universidad Alberto Hurtado
“The consolidation of regulatory institutions in Latin America:
adjustments by diffusion”: Jacint Jordana, Universitat Pompeu
Fabra
Diffusion as a scaling up process: Ambassadors of participation in
Peru and Equador: Osmany Porto de Oliveira, Université de la
Sorbonne Nouvelle/IHEAL
Building policies in the global arena: what can we learn from a
social network analysis? Citizen security in Latin America
(1993-2014): Nordin Lazreg, Université de Montréal
¿Qué explica la difusión de los PTC en América Latina? La
comunidad epistémica y su influencia en los casos de Chile y
Ecuador”: Cecilia Osorio Gonnet, Universidad Alberto Hurtado
Ministry of Social Development as a player in the diffusion of cash
transfer programs: Maria Clara Oliveira
Discussant: Carlos Aurélio Pimenta P de Faria, Pontificia
Universidade Catolica de Minas Gerais PUC MInas
992 // TRA - Panel - Saturday, 10:00am - 11:45am, Murphy 2
Transpacific Cultures 1: comparative and transnational
approaches to the cultures of Asia and the Americas.
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993 // SMP - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Boardroom 2
Actores, poder e incentivos en la reforma económica, política y
social en Cuba: Una mirada multidisciplinaria
Chair: Renier E Estévez Quintana
Elites, famosos, nuevos ricos….nuevos actores sociales.: Daybel
Pañellas Alvarez, Universidad de La Habana
Nuevos actores y nuevas políticas en Cuba: rol del financiamiento
en el proceso de reforma: David Jesús Pajón Espina, Facultad de
Economía, Universidad de La Habana
Incentivos y formas de organización de la producción. Una mirada
a la reforma económica en Cuba: Anamary Maqueira Linares
Descentralización de las decisiones: Necesidad, ausencias y
soluciones: Renier E Estévez Quintana
La reforma de la economía y la política social cubana 2010-2014:
implicancias sociopolíticas: Ailynn Torres Santana, Universidad
de La Habana
Discussant: Oscar Fernández Estrada
994 // HIS - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San Cristobal
G
Citizens, Capitalisms, and State Formation in Mexico and Peru
c.1850-c.1950
Session Organizers: David L Nugent, Emory University
Ben W Fallaw, Colby College
Chair: Paulo Drinot, University College London
“The Encrypted State: Fear, Fantasy and Delusion in Peruvian
State Formation.”: David L Nugent, Emory University
Modernity and the Reinvention of Tradition in Chiapas, Mexico:
Exports, Indians and the State, 1876-1911: Sarah Washbrook,
University College London
Socialist Shopkeepers and Maya Citizens: The Political Economy of
Corn and Alcohol in Eastern Yucatán, 1930-33: Ben W Fallaw,
Colby College
Algunas conclusiones sobre el crony capitalism y redes sociales en
México en la primera mitad del siglo XX: José Galindo,
Universidad Veracruzana
Discussant: Ben W Fallaw, Colby College
995 // REL - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Guayacan
Cofradías in Colonial Latin America
Session Organizers: Sarah Elizabeth Penry, Fordham University
Juan F Cobo Betancourt, University of Cambridge
Chair: Judith M Mansilla, Florida International University
Devotional Practices of Aymara Prophets and their Cofradías in
17th-Century Charcas (Peru): Thomas A Abercrombie, New
York University
Indigenous confraternities in the New Kingdom of Granada, 16001650: Juan F Cobo Betancourt, University of Cambridge
Water is Thicker than Blood: the Intersection of Civil and Religious
Authority in Colonial Andean Towns: Sarah Elizabeth Penry,
Fordham University
Confraternity-Run Hospitals in Colonial Mexico: Laura V
Dierksmeier, Universität Tübingen
Una cofradía sui-generis en la ciudad de México, 1574-1857:
Rosario Ines I Granados Salinas, University of Chicago
996 // AFR - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Executive
Boardroom
Creando el sujeto colonial: Visiones del Pasado
Chair: Guillaume Candela, Université Sorbonne-Nouvelle Paris III
La conquista del Paraguay o la pauperización del indio y del
conquistador: Guillaume Candela, Université SorbonneNouvelle Paris III
Frontiers Beyond Abolition: The Legacy of Quilombos After Slavery
in Pará and Maranhão, Brazil: Johnathan A Abreu, University
of Califorina/San Diego
Invisible workers. Slaves and the construction of the urban net-work
of Rio de Janeiro and Havana in the nineteenth century: Ynaê L
Lopes dos Santos, Universidade de São Paulo
Discussant: Cecilia Sheridan-Prieto, CIESAS
997 // BIO - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference 3
Crude Entanglements: Experiences with Oil and the Citizens’
Revolution in Ecuador
Session Organizer: Gabriela I Valdivia, University of North
Carolina
Chair: Flora E Lu, University of California, Santa Cruz
On the Other Side of a Camera's Lens: Native Amazonian
Perspectives of Oil in Ecuador: Néstor L Silva, Stanford
University; Flora E Lu, University of California, Santa Cruz
“La Revolución Ya Está Aquí:” Oil Territories of the Citizens’
Revolution in Esmeraldas, Ecuador: Gabriela I Valdivia,
University of North Carolina
Las Economías Familiares dentro del Complejo Petrolero
Ecuatoriano y los Proyectos de la Revolución Ciudadana: las
Prácticas Económicas de las Mujeres Waorani y Esmeraldeñas:
Kati M Alvarez
Análisis de Encuestas de Opinión sobre la Iniciativa Yasuní y la
Propuesta de Consulta Popular: Ana Isabel Ona, OPE
998 // DEF - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Murphy 6
De-centering violence in post-revolutionary Mexico
Session Organizer: Gema Karina Santamaria Balmaceda, New
School for Social Research
Chair: Gema Karina Santamaria Balmaceda, New School for Social
Research
Coping with danger and fear: organized civilian responses to
criminal violence: Angelica Duran Martinez, University of
Massachusetts-Lowell
De-centering urban violence: everyday coercion and the politics of
the urban poor in Mexico City: Markus-Michael M Müller, Freie
Universität Berlin
De-centering lynching in twentieth-century Mexico: intracommunity violence and the capillary state: Gema Karina
Santamaria Balmaceda, New School for Social Research
Discussant: Jeffrey W Rubin, Boston University
999 // CUL - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference 10
Del buró a la calle. Impacto de las investigaciones culturales en
las dinámicas sociales en Cuba
Session Organizer: Danays Carbonell Dieguez, Instituto Superior de
Arte
Chair: Danays Carbonell Dieguez, Instituto Superior de Arte
De la (des)conexión a la presencia: Impacto de las redes sociales en
la vida cotidiana en Cuba: Sandra Alvarez Ramirez, Instituto
Cubano del Libro
Ni asimétricos, ni subalternos, ¿quiénes son los sujetos marginales
en el cine cubano?: Luis Orlando Rodriguez Rodriguez,
Asociación Hermanos Saíz
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Los estudios de masculinidades en Cuba y la Red Iberoamericana y
Africana de Masculinidades. Un puente entre la academia y el
activismo.: Yonnier Angulo Rodríguez, Red Iberoamericana y
Africana de Masculinidades
Deporte, violencia y masculinidades en Cuba.: Enmanuel George
López, Red Iberoamericana y Africana de Masculinidades
Las paradojas del escarpelo. Diálogo y tensiones entre ciencias
sociales y realización documental en la Cuba contemporánea.:
Ernesto Perez Zambrano, Instituto Cubano de Arte e Industria
Cinematográficas (ICAIC)
Retrofitting and Repair: Everyday Practices of Technical
Policymaking: Diana B Graizbord, Brown University
Rutas y Desvios: Gender Violence, Bureaucracy, and (in)Justice in
Nicaragua: Pamela J Neumann, University of Texas at Austin
Indigeneity and the Remaking of Bolivian Statecraft: Marcelo A
Bohrt, Brown University
A vigilante police? Official Citizens’ Involvement in Crime
Prevention Tasks in Bolivia: Jorge C Derpic, University of
Texas at Austin
Discussant: Enrique Desmond Arias, George Mason University
1000 // LTC - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Flamingo D
Ecos Marginales: Vacíos del Género Silenciado
Chair: Marisol Soto, University of Minnesota
Visibilidad e Invisibilidad: Las Dos Caras de la Trata: Marisol
Soto, University of Minnesota
Potencial Socio-político de la Literatura Femenina Mapuche.
Visibilizando las Memorias Marginadas: Eva Palma, University
of Minnesota: Twin Cities
La Metamorfosis del Cuerpo Sexuado en Love, Anger, Madness de
Marie Vieux-Chauvet: Angela P Castro, University of
Minnesota: Twin Cities
Pasts produced and sold: Brazilian Televisual Production as
Memory Frame: Amy Hill Cosimini, University of Minnesota
1004 // FEA - Featured/Invited Session - Saturday, 12:00pm 1:45pm, Foyer C
Featured Session - LARR in LASA: Enduring and/or New
Forms of Inequality in a Globalizing World 2
Chair: Philip D Oxhorn, McGill University
All in one rhythm? Claim-making on inequalities in Latin America
at the global stage: The cases of the 2014 World Cup
mobilizations and the Rio+20 process at the United Nations:
Felipe Cala Buendia, Princeton University
Cemented Inequalities: (In)Visible Social Exclusions and the Built
Environment: Zaire Z Dinzey-Flores, Rutgers University
Inclusion as Democracy: Social Demands and Democratization in
Chile, 1925-2015: Robert L Funk, Universidad de
Chile/Instituto de Asuntos Públicos
Discussant: José R Jouve Martín, McGill University
1001 // LTC - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Flamingo B
En el ojo del huracán “Precariedad”: hacia una nueva
conciencia dominicana fronteriza caribeña.
“La ciudad debería quemarse, pero no lo hace”: la representación
de la precariedad en la obra de Rita Indiana Hernández.:
Jeandelize B Gonzalez-Rivera, Universidad de Puerto Rico en
Humacao
Displaced Haitian access to education in the wake of the 2010
earthquake in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.: Matthew D Kaye, Sacred
Heart University
Haitian behind the ears: Racial and national identities along the
Haitian-Dominican border: Tess M Kulstad Gonzalez, Grinnell
College
1002 // GEN - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Murphy 7
Estrategias de resistencia de las mujeres Negras en la Nueva
Granada, Venezuela y Cuba entre 1550-1850
Chair: Aurora Vergara Figueroa, Universidad Icesi
El Sistema de Sexo/Género y raza en la Nueva Granada siglos XVIII
- XIX: Una mirada epistemica y contra-hegemónica desde el
Feminismo Afrodiaspórico: Castriela E Hernandez Reyes,
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Micaela. Género, Agencia, y Cimarronaje: Evelyne LaurentPerrault, New York University
La virginidad y las cartas; la no tan triste historia de Maria Josefa
Olaya y la escritura de las mujeres Afro-Colombianas en el
siglo XVIII.: Maria X Abello Hurtado, University of
Masschussets Amherst
Discussant: Carmen L Cosme Puntiel, University of Massachusetts
Amherst
1003 // PIP - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Caribe
Ethnographies of State Bureaucracies in Latin America
Session Organizer: Marcelo A Bohrt, Brown University
Chair: Jorge C Derpic, University of Texas at Austin
1005 // INV - Featured/Invited Session - Saturday, 12:00pm 1:45pm, San Geronimo Ballroom C
Invited Session - Indocumentados y excluidos: economías,
violencias y la ley// Undocumented and excluded: economies,
violence and the law
Sponsor: Law, Rights, Citizenship and Justice
Session Organizers: Cath Collins, University of Ulster, Universidad
Diego Portales
Rachel Sieder, Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en
Antropología Social
Los migrantes que no importan/ El Faro: Oscar Martínez, El Faro
Transborder Families and the Political Economy of Mexican
Migration and Movement to the U.S.: Lynn M Stephen,
University of Oregon
Discussant: Elizabeth G Kennedy, San Diego State University &
UC/Santa Barbara
1006 // INV - Workshop - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San
Cristobal B
Invited Session - Irma Alicia Velásquez Nimatuj y su lucha por
los derechos indígenas en Guatemala
Sponsor: Central America Section
Chair: William K Clary, University of the Ozarks
Presenter: Irma A Velazquez Nimatuj, Oxlajuj
Discussant: Arturo Arias, University of Texas/Austin
1007 // MAS - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Boardroom
3
Imagens das resistências ao genocídio da juventude das
periferias de São Paulo
Session Organizer: Marcela Saa Espinoza, Universidad Alberto
Hurtado
Chair: Marcela Saa Espinoza, Universidad Alberto Hurtado
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Fotografias, vídeos e redes sociais online: os jovens produtores
culturais das periferias de São Paulo e suas narrativas de si e
de seus territórios: rita A Oliveira, Pontificia Universidade
Catolica de Sao Paulo
Representación visual de la movilización estudiantil en Chile (20112014): Análisis transmedial de las imágenes difundidas en redes
sociales.: Camila F Cardenas Neira, Universidad Austral de
Chile
La construcción visual de la juventud en Chile. Representaciones de
las jóvenes en las publicaciones periódicas y la publicidad de la
primera mitad del Siglo XX (1930-1940): Marcela Saa Espinoza,
Universidad Alberto Hurtado
Nuevas y antiguas imágenes sobre lo juvenil mexicano: jóvenes
indígenas, emprendedores culturales y estudiantes de
antropología: Maritza Urteaga Castro Pozo, Escuela Nacional
de Antropología e Historia
Discussant: Oscar Aguilera, Universidad de Chile
1008 // PIP - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Garita
Leadership, Political Institutions and Parties
Chair: William R Shaffer, Purdue University
Accounting for Presidential Leadership in the Americas: Guy
Burton, University of Nottingham in Malaysia
La Presidencia Dominante en la Democracia Invertida (Los casos
de Hugo Chávez en Venezuela, Néstor Kirchner en la Argentina
y Rafael Correa en Ecuador): Maria M Ollier, Universidad
Nacional de San Martín
Força dos legislativos sul-americanos: Sergio S Junior, USP University of São Paulo
Managing Divided Control—Puerto Rican Style: William R Shaffer,
Purdue University
Discussant: Daiane B Menezes, FEE - Fundação de Economia e
Estatística
1009 // SLS - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Flamboyan
Mapping New Queer Spaces: Cultural Contexts of Latina/o
Sexualities
Chair: Edward Chamberlain, University of Washington
Queer Latinidad: A History of HIV/AIDS Art Consciousness in L.A.:
Pablo Alvarez, CGU
Spaces of Dance, Desire and Intimacy in Two Contemporary Puerto
Rican Narratives: Edward Chamberlain, University of
Washington
Dialects of the Body: Performing the Transnational "Yo": Alexandra
G Perkins, Southern Utah University
1010 // AFR - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Tropical B
Mechanismos de participación en la gobernanza ambiental parte
II: Mecanismos populares de participation:
Session Organizers: Maria-Therese Gustafsson, Stockholm
University
John Andrew McNeish, Norwegian University of Life Sciences/Chr.
Michelsen Institute
Chair: Maria-Therese Gustafsson, Stockholm University
Exploring the Significance of Popular Consultations in Colombia:
John Andrew McNeish, Norwegian University of Life
Sciences/Chr. Michelsen Institute
Ordenamiento territorial como mecanismo para influenciar
prácticas extractivas?: Maria-Therese Gustafsson, Stockholm
University
Between Compensation and Consultation: In search of intercultural
governance?: Maria Antonieta Guzman-Gallegos, University of
Oslo
Compensation dynamics in weak consultation situations: The mining
project El Mirador as example: Esben Leifsen, Norwegian
University of Life Sciences
Mecanismos de participación para la defensa del agua y los
territorios: democracia ambiental emergente: Maria Cecilia Roa
Garcia
Discussant: Bret D Gustafson, Washington University/St. Louis
1011 // CIT - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference 6
Mexico’s Social Interest Housing Planning Disaster
Sponsor: Latin American Housing Network (LAHN)
Session Organizer: Peter M Ward, University of Texas/Austin
Chair: Ann Varley, University College London
"Empty Houses: Did Housing Finance Create a Vacancy Crisis in
Mexico?": Paavo Monkkonen, UCLA
Significados subjetivos sobre la integración social en los nuevos
conjuntos urbanos de interés social”: Vicente Moctezuma
Mendoza, CIESAS
Mexico’s Changing Residential Landscapes: The End of
Informality?: Ann Varley, University College London
Market-Oriented Reform of Housing Policy in Mexico and in China
and Impacts on Social Housing Development: the Cases of
Guadalajara and Nanjing (China): Chen Yu, University of
Texas/Austin
1012 // MAS - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Maguey
Modelos de periodismo en América Latina: consideraciones
históricas, epistemológicas, coyunturales y teóricas
Session Organizer: Mireya Marquez Ramirez, Universidad
Iberoamericana
Chair: Mireya Marquez Ramirez, Universidad Iberoamericana
The publicist role of Mexican journalists: post-authoritarian
journalism in a captured-liberal model: Mireya Marquez
Ramirez, Universidad Iberoamericana
Formación de periodistas en Latinoamérica: creando colonialistas
internos: Rodrigo Araya, Pontificia Universidad Católica de
Valparaíso
Market Leninism: The reform of Folha de S. Paulo newspaper in the
1980s: Afonso D Albuquerque
Discussant: Celia Del Palacio, Universidad Veracruzana
1013 // ECO - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Salon del
Mar A
Neoliberalism, Employment, and the Informal Economy
Sponsor: Latin American Perspectives
Chair: Susan M Vincent, St. Francis Xavier University
The Persistence of “the Informal”: How Fuzzy Definitions with
Different Objectives are Incorporated into Policy Debates: Ray
Bromley, State University of New York/Albany
Las políticas del neoliberalismo y la crisis actual del subempleo en
América Latina: James Martín Cypher, Universidad Autónoma
de Zacatecas
Neoliberal Peru and the Informal Economy: Susan M Vincent, St.
Francis Xavier University
The Informal Economy and Social Programs in Mexico: A Critique:
Tamar Diana Wilson de García, University of Missouri/St. Louis
Discussant: Ray Bromley, State University of New York/Albany
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1014 // GEN - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San
Cristobal F
Neoliberalismo, necropolítica y formas extremas de despojo en
América Latina: una mirada feminista.
Sponsor: Maestría Regional en Estudios de la Mujer, Universidad de
Costa Rica
Session Organizer: Montserrat Sagot, Universidad de Costa Rica
Quebrantos de la humanidad y sujetos alternativos de la justicia:
Julia Estela Monárrez Fragoso, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte
Una lectura ecofeminista del hambre en Centroamérica en la era de
la acumulación por desposesión.: Gabriela Arguedas Ramirez,
Universidad de Costa Rica
Cuerpos desechables del neoliberalismo: el femicidio como
necropolítica en Centroamérica: Montserrat Sagot, Universidad
de Costa Rica
1015 // EDU - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Murphy 5
Nuevas direcciones de América Latina sobre acceso y
continuidad en la Educación Superior
Session Organizer: Héctor R Gertel, Universidad Nacional de
Córdoba (ARG)
An Emerging Shadow Education Market: the case of a “free
education” University in Argentina: Héctor R Gertel,
Universidad Nacional de Córdoba (ARG)
¿Reformulación del Fondo de Solidaridad en Uruguay? Similitudes
y diferencias con un impuesto al graduado: Andrea Paola
Doneschi Bonilla, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales
Educação superior no Brasil: expansão e processos de seleção:
Arabela C Oliven, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Discussant: Héctor R Gertel, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba
(ARG)
1016 // CSS - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference 4
Participatory Institutions
New Forms of Governance Through Civil Society in Local
Governments of Latin America. Case study in the autonomous
city of Buenos Aires: Alejandro M Liberman, Libertad y
Progreso
The Brazilian Internet Steering Committee: Negotiating Neoliberal
Reforms and Defending Internet Freedom: Daniel OMaley,
Vanderbilt University
Actores sociales: su relación con mecanismos institucionales de
participación ciudadana. Estudio comparado Bogotá y Madrid:
Yessika L Vasquez Gonzalez, Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano
1017 // LSN - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference 7
Positivismo y biotecnologías en Cuba, Perú y México. Exclusión
social, genocidio y el desarrollo de un temprano feminismo
en el Siglo XIX
Chair: Adriana M Pacheco, University of Texas/Austin
Masculinity and the Angel of the House: Men Who Nurture and
Early Feminism: Nancy A LaGreca, University of Oklahoma
Between Social Exclusion and Genocide: Transnational Knowledge
Exchange and Obstetrics, 1890-1911: Elizabeth A OBrien,
University of Texas/Austin
Biotecnologías y cuerpos trasgresores en la narrativa peruana
finisecular (1870-1910): Marcel M Velázquez, Universidad
Nacional Mayor de San Marcos
La Habana Elegante. La modernidad como precariedad: Maria L
Martinez, Boston University
Discussant: Joseph M Pierce, Stony Brook University (SUNY)
1018 // DEM - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Boardroom
1
Precariedades institucionales, transformaciones en la cuestión
social e insurgencias democráticas: ¿nuevos escenarios para
viejos conflictos?
Chair: Sonia Fleury, EBAPE/ Fundação Getulio Vargas
Questões recentes no processo de integração social no Rio de
Janeiro: favelas, inovações no controle social cotidiano e a
“volta às ruas”: Luiz A Machado da Silva, IESP/UERJ
Participación popular e inclusión socio-política: Ecuador (20082013): Franklin Ramirez, FLACSO
Democracias – tensiones entre el instituido y el instituyente: Sonia
Fleury, EBAPE/ Fundação Getulio Vargas
1019 // LIN - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Ceiba
Precarious Languages, Emerging Norms, and Linguistic Labor
in Indigenous Media Part 2
Session Organizer: Karl F Swinehart, University of Chicago
Chair: Georgia C Ennis, University of Michigan
Dictators, Guatemalan nationalism and Mayan alphabets: Sergio
Francisco F Romero, University of Texas at Austin
Anxiety-Producing Registers and Unruly Others: “Not SakapultekNot K’iche’” in Evangelical Radio Broadcasting: Robin Shoaps,
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Media, Language, and Emerging Standards among the Maya of
Yucatan: Christopher P Bloechl, University of Chicago
What's Äp? Emerging Norms in Ayöök Orthography: Daniel F
Suslak, Indiana University
Discussant: John A Lucy, University of Chicago
1020 // SEC - Workshop - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San
Cristobal A
Precarious Life/Vida Precaria 3: Cultures and Technologies of
Global Order
Sponsor: Culture, Power and Politics
Session Organizer: Justin A Read, University of Buffalo
Chair: Justin A Read, University of Buffalo
Presenters: Rebecca E Biron, Dartmouth College
Luis Duno-Gottberg, Rice University
Phillip T Penix-Tadsen, University of Delaware
John D Riofrio, College of William & Mary
1021 // HUM - Workshop - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Ponce
de Leon B
Precarious Memory/Emergent Justice: A Workshop on the State
and Gender Violence in Latin America and Beyond
Chair: Serena Cosgrove, Seattle University
Presenters: Victoria Sanford, City University of New York/Lehman
College
Shannon Drysdale Walsh, University of Minnesota Duluth
Jo-Marie Burt, George Mason University
1022 // PRE - Workshop - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Las
Olas
Presidential Session - Precarity in Higher Education Access
Chair: Debra A Castillo, Cornell University
Presenters: Maria Maisto, New Faculty Majority
Noam Titelman
Giovanni Roberto
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1023 // LST - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Flamingo A
Problemas, puntos muertos, y nuevas perspectivas en la
literatura y la critica centroamericanas contemporáneas
Chair: Jeffrey Browitt, University of Technology/Sydney
Más allá del costumbrismo: recuperando el futuro en la literatura
centroamericana contemporánea: Jeffrey Browitt, University of
Technology/Sydney
Nuevos retos para el estudio de las literaturas centroamericanas a
inicios del siglo XXI: Werner Mackenbach, Universidad de
Costa Rica
Guiños alegóricos de la guerra de El Salvador: los zigzagueos entre
la ficción y la no ficción en el escritor Miguel Huezo Mixco:
Néfer Muñoz, Universidad de Costa Rica
La marginalidad editorial y literaria en Guatemala: ¿una opción
contrahegemónica?: Jessie J Alvarez Marroquín, Flacso,
Guatemala
1024 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Saturday, 12:00pm 1:45pm, San Cristobal D
Re-thinking the Latin American Presidency in the 21st Century
Sponsor: Political Institutions
Session Organizer: Aníbal S Pérez-Liñán, University of Pittsburgh
Chair: Andrés Mejía-Acosta, Kings College London
The Power of the Purse: Presidential Power and Cabinet Volatility
in Ecuador: Andrés Mejía-Acosta, Kings College London
Executive Power and Judicial Instability: Testing Competing
Explanations: Aníbal S Pérez-Liñán, University of Pittsburgh
Testing Multiple Conjunctural Causation in Theories of Interrupted
Presidencies: A Replication Study: Santiago Basabe-Serrano,
FLACSO Ecuador; John Polga Hecimovich, University of
Pittsburgh
Discussant: Peter M Siavelis, Wake Forest University
1025 // LAW - Workshop - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Ponce
de Leon C
Reforming Latin America's prison systems: what works, what
doesn't'
Session Organizers: Marcelo Bergman, Universidad Nacional de
Tres de Febrero, Argentina
Fiona J Macaulay, University of Bradford
Chair: Gustavo J Fondevila, Center for Economic Research and
Teaching’s (CIDE)
Presenters: Marcelo Bergman, Universidad Nacional de Tres de
Febrero, Argentina
Fiona J Macaulay, University of Bradford
Manuel Alejandro Iturralde Sánchez, Universidad de los
Andes/Bogotá
Olga Espinoza, Universidad de Chile
1026 // DEF - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San
Geronimo Ballroom A
Representación de la Violencia en la literatura
Chair: Alberto A Valdivia-Baselli, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Impunidad y desinterés sociopolítico ante la violencia en Verano
rojo de Daniel Quirós: Laura Rojas Arce, University of
Alabama
La violencia como (re)construcción estética en Los sordos de
Rodrigo Rey Rosa.: Yolany E Martínez Hyde, University of
Oklahoma
Nuevas lecturas del fenómeno bélico en la literatura
centroamericana: conocimientos alternativos para guerras
otras: Tatiana Arguello Vargas, University of Pittsburgh
Problematización de la barbaridad en el discurso literario de la
violencia política en el Perú: Alberto A Valdivia-Baselli, The
Graduate Center, CUNY
Un fantasma real: la violencia en Insensatez de Horacio
Castellanos Moya: Alexander Torres, University of Florida
1027 // AFR - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San
Geronimo Ballroom B
Representing Blackness, Africanness, and Slavery in/as Latin
America
Chair: Ana Paula Hofling, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
Africanness Without Slavery: African American Tourism
Representations of Brazil: Patricia Pinho, SUNY/University at
Albany
Dancing slavery, mestiçagem, and Brazilian national identity in Rio
de Janeiro’s Municipal Theater in 1943.: Ana Paula Hofling,
University of North Carolina, Greensboro
La Tierra Se Hizo Nuestra: Perú Negro and the Mainstreaming of
Peruvian Blackness: Luis F Paredes, University at Albany,
SUNY
Discussant: Sean T Mitchell, Rutgers University/Newark
1028 // FIL - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, San Cristobal
E
Retórica de la representación de la marginalidad en el cine
Chair: Cynthia M Tompkins, Arizona State University
Citizenship, History and Social Justice in Documentary Film by and
about Indigenous Peoples: Kathryn Lehman, University of
Auckland
Heterocronías de exclusión en la representación de las fronteras
latinoamericanas en el cine de Hollywood: Elina M Tranchini,
Universidad Nacional de La Plata
No futuro: Realismo sucio y desencanto en los márgenes del cine:
Thomas Matusiak, Princeton University
Representación del afecto dos obras sobre los mapuche Gerónima
(Raúl Tosso, 1986) Para los pobres piedras (Mathieu Orcel:
Cynthia M Tompkins, Arizona State University
1029 // AGR - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Tropical C
Teoria y practica para la autonomía, soberanía y seguridad
alimentaria
Session Organizer: Jenny C Cockburn, Concordia University
State Mobilized Food Sovereignty in Bolivia: Implications for Small
Farmers and Rural Women: Jenny C Cockburn, Concordia
University
Algunas precariedades y exclusiones conceptuales en la transición
institucional de la seguridad alimentaria a la soberanía
alimentaria en Argentina: Silvia N Papuccio de Vidal,
Universidad de Cordoba
Mujeres indígenas, globalización, alimentos y políticas sociales en
el Trapecio Amazónico: German A Palacio Castañeda,
Universidad Nacional de Colombia
1030 // CUL - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference 9
The Banality of Neoliberalism: Precarious Lives, Ordinary
Lives in Chile
Session Organizers: Angel Aedo, Universidad Católica de Chile
Helene Risor, Universidad Católica de Chile
Chairs: Helene Risor, Universidad Católica de Chile
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Angel Aedo, Universidad Católica de Chile
The banality of inequality as neoliberal condition: border
experiences in a camp in northern Chile: Angel Aedo,
Universidad Católica de Chile
Relaciones de «ayuda». Gestión afectiva y moral de las prácticas
pedagógicas y asistenciales: Carolina Rojas Lasch, Pontificia
Universidad Católica de Chile
Business with identity: State, entrepreneurship and socio-ecological
dilemmas in indigenous Southern Chile: Piergiorgio Di
Giminiani
Pobladores’ struggle for la vida digna: Reframing the right to
housing in Santiago, Chile: Miguel Pérez Ahumada, University
of California, Berkeley
Citizenship, Victimhood and Securitization in neoliberal Chile:
Helene Risor, Universidad Católica de Chile
Discussant: Clara Y Han, Johns Hopkins University
1031 // SMP - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Foyer A
The Return of the State: Reassembling Neoliberal Development
Session Organizers: Erin E Beck, University of Oregon
Nicholas M Copeland, Virginia Tech
Chair: Christopher L Gibson, Simon Fraser University
Neoliberalism’s Uneven Reach: Agency and Diversity among
Guatemalan NGOs: Erin E Beck, University of Oregon
Reconsolidating Privatization: Corporatizing Rural Development in
Neoliberal Guatemala: Nicholas M Copeland, Virginia Tech
The Business of Human Rights: Patterns and Remedies in Corporate
Abuses in Latin America: Tricia D Olsen, Univ. of Denver
1032 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Saturday, 12:00pm 1:45pm, San Cristobal C
The Unsettling Impact of Migration on Education
Sponsor: Educación y Políticas Educativas en América Latina
Chair: Oresta López Pérez, El Colegio de San Luis
Cuatro décadas después del fenómeno de los niuyoricans: impacto
en la educación puertorriqueña de las nuevas olas migratorias
desde y hacia Puerto Rico: Reinaldo Berríos, University of
Puerto Rico
Waiting to Leave: Education in a Mexican Migrant Town, 19402000: Magda Banda, Morton College
The Return-on-Education Gap between Hispanics and NonHispanic Whites: Gabriela Sanchez-Soto, The University of
Texas at San Antonio; Joachim Singelmann, Department of
Demography; Andrea Bautista, UTSA
1033 // MLD - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference
8
Trabajo migrante y nuevas y persistentes exclusiones de género,
raza y clase
Chairs: Larissa V Barbosa, Université Paris 8 / Universidade de São
Paulo
Leda M Perez, Universidad del Pacifico
Condiciones laborales de migrantes en la construcción en Chile:
Sandra Leiva, Universidad Arturo Prat
Some Experiences of Peruvian and Paraguayan Domestic Workers
in the City of São Paulo and the Process of Formalizing
Domestic Service in Brazil: Larissa V Barbosa, Université Paris
8 / Universidade de São Paulo
Pobreza de tiempo de las mujeres peruanas: ¿Cuánto añade a la
pobreza monetaria?: Arlette C Beltran, Universidad del Pacífico
Trabajadoras Domésticas en el Perú del Siglo XXI: ¿Subsidiando a
una clase media emergente?: Leda M Perez, Universidad del
Pacifico
Discussant: Christina Ewig, University of Wisconsin
1034 // ECO - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Flamingo C
Transformaciones económicas en Cuba: Necesidades para su
desarrollo
Sponsor: Jorge I. Domínguez
Chair: Jorge I Domínguez, Harvard University
Las Finanzas Públicas en una transición: Saira Pons, Universidad
de La Habana
Rol del sistema financiero cubano dentro del paquete de reformas
económicas: Jessica Leon Mundul, Universidad de la Habana
El relanzamiento de la inversión extranjera en Cuba: Una
necesidad para su desarrollo: Omar Everleny Perez Villanueva,
Universidad de La Habana
Inversión y asignación de recursos en Cuba: Ricardo Torres Pérez,
University of Havana
1035 // TRA - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Murphy 2
Transpacific Cultures 2: Imaginaries and Identities of Asia in
the Americas.
Session Organizer: Anna Cristina Pertierra, University of Western
Sydney
Chair: Edward Slack, Eastern Washington University
New Routes and Repertoires: Transpacific Transformations in
Chino-Tico Identities: Monica C Dehart, University of Puget
Sound
Silent magic: imaginaries of Asia and the production of cosmology
in Cuban Creole espiritismo: Diana Espírito Santo, Center for
Research in Anthropology, New University of Lisbon
Constructing Identity: An Examination of Chinese Jamaican Identity
and Negotiations of Citizenship.: Jordan Lynton, Indiana
University
Criollo Japonese: Race, Belonging and Claims to Dominican
Identity: Yadira Perez Hazel, City University of New York,
Borough of Manhattan CC
1036 // INT - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Ponce de
Leon A
US-Cuba Relations
Chair: Tom Long, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas
Between the U.S. and Cuba: Panama and the 2015 Summit of the
Americas: Tom Long, Centro de Investigación y Docencia
Económicas
Cuba and the United States: propaganda vs propaganda?: Olga
Rosa González Martín, Universidad de La Habana
Segmented Ideological Enclave: Social Forces Changing the Nature
of Opinions on US/Cuba Policy among Cuban-Americans in
Miami: Guillermo J Grenier, Florida International University
1037 // LTC - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm, Conference 5
Wallmapu: agenciamientos indígenas, archivo.
Chair: Pedro Garcia-Caro, University of Oregon
La traducción de obras literarias de los pueblos originarios: El
caso de Graciela Huinao, escritora mapuche-williche: Margaret
A Towner, Loyola Marymount University
Poesía y narrativa de la resistencia.: Graciela C Huinao Alarcon,
Independent Mapuche-Williche Poet and Narrator
Permanencia de imaginarios coloniales y agencia indígena en
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Yawar fiesta de José María Arguedas: Ingrid E Luna, University
of Notre Dame
Roger Casement's Putumayo and the quest for truth in the archive:
Carolina Sá Carvalho, Princeton University
1038 // TRA - Workshop - Saturday, 12:00pm - 1:45pm,
Almendros
“Convergencias y Divergencias: Entre lo transnacional y lo
local.”
Presenter: Jonathan T Hiskey, Vanderbilt University
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1039 // GEN - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, San Cristobal
F
"El vínculo academia- ONGs en la atención-prevención de la
violencia de género en los espacios comunitarios cubanos"
Session Organizer: Magela Romero Almodovar, Universidad de la
Habana
Chair: Clotilde Proveyer Cervantes, Universidad de La
Habana/MES
El papel de la comunidad y de sus actores sociales en la atención a
la violencia de género. La experiencia de los Talleres de
Transformación Integral del Barrio (TTIB) en Cuba: Clotilde
Proveyer Cervantes, Universidad de La Habana/MES
Encuentros y desencuentros en el trabajo por la equidad de la
Academia y las ONG en Cuba. La experiencia con el Grupo de
Reflexión y Solidaridad “Oscar Arnulfo Romero”.: Magela
Romero Almodovar, Universidad de la Habana
Encuadre de una ONG cubana en el actuar comunitario y su
articulación con la Academia: Gabriel Coderch Díaz
Programa “Género y Violencia” para la prevención y la atención a
la violencia en el escenario comunitario: Resultados y desafíos.:
Zulema Hidalgo Gómez
Las campañas de comunicación: Una opción para la prevención de
la violencia en Cuba: María Díaz Alvarez
Discussant: Ofelia M Schutte, University of South Florida
1040 // PER - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Flamboyan
(Trans)Caribbean Performativities - I
Sponsor: Greater Caribbean Performativities Reseach Group
Session Organizer: Lillian Manzor, University of Miami
Chair: Camilla Stevens, Rutgers University
Exhibiting Race: Puerto Rican Collections, Performance, and the
Curation of Experience: Ramón H Rivera-Servera,
Northwestern University
Dancing for the Dead: Women and the Performance of Cultural
Memory in San Basílio de Palenque, Colombia: Henry Castillo,
New York University
Urban Mangroves: Rethinking Trans-Caribbean Performativities
through El Ciervo Encantado: Lillian Manzor, University of
Miami
Gozadera and Greater Caribbean Performativity: Ananya J Kabir,
King's College London
1041 // TRA - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Murphy 2
Afrodiasporas: Blackness and Globalization
Chair: Gladys Viviana Gelado, Universidade Federal Fluminense
Arturo Alfonso Schomburg y la historia de las culturas
afrolatinoamericanas: Gladys Viviana Gelado, Universidade
Federal Fluminense
La cruzada mundial del Rastafarismo: Marialina García Ramos,
Universidad Iberoamericana de México
Relaciones de solidaridad y amistad del movimiento social negro
norteamericano con la Revolución Cubana: Rita Olga Martinez,
University of Havana
1042 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Saturday, 2:00pm 3:45pm, San Cristobal C
Agenda Política Brasileira e Promocão da Igualdade Racial:
Educacão, Emprego, Saúde e Comunidades de Quilombos
Sponsor: Brazil
Chair: Sales A Dos Santos, Faculdade Projeção/Núcleo de Estudos
Afro-Brasileiros da Universidade de Brasília (UnB)
A Lei das Cotas (Lei 12.711/2012) no Ensino Público Superior
Federal e Suas Consequências na Educacão e Sociedade
Brasileiras: Sales A Dos Santos, Faculdade Projeção/Núcleo de
Estudos Afro-Brasileiros da Universidade de Brasília (UnB)
Acões Afirmativas, cotas para negros nos concursos públicos
federais e os desafios para sua efetividade: Marcilene G Souza,
Instituto Federal da Bahia/Campus Jacobina
Pela Humanizacão do Parto: A Historical Look at Race, Childbirth
and Black Female Citizenship: Okezi T Otovo, Florida
International University
Programa Brasil Quilombola em Análise: Regularizacao Fundiária,
Educacão e Acões Políticas Estatais e do Movimento
Quilombola: Georgina Helena Lima Nunes
Discussant: Keisha Khan Y Perry, Brown University
1043 // AGR - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Tropical C
Agricultura Familiar, Movimientos Sociales Agrarios y
territorios en disputas.
Session Organizer: Maria Victoria V Suarez,
CONICET/INDES/UNSE
Chair: Raul Gustavo Paz, Univ Nac Stgo de Estero CONICET
Conflictualidad de la estructura agraria y nuevas formas de
territorialización en torno a la construcción de espacios
protegidos en el sur de Santiago del Estero, Argentina: Maria
Virginia V Palomo Garzón, CONICET/INDES/UNSE; Maria
del Huerto M Diaz Habra, CONICET - INDES - UNSE
Abriendo grietas en la agricultura moderna: el caso de los
cerramientos ganaderos de gestion comunitaria en poblaciones
campesinas de Santiago del Estero, Argentina: Ana Eliza
Villalba, CONICET/INDES/UNSE; Andrea Geanina A Gómez
Herrera, CONICET/INDES/UNSE
Repasando la cuestión agraria desde el concepto de eficiencia:
algunos aportes para repensar el debate: Ramiro Rodríguez
Sperat, CONICET / Equipo de Sociología Rural del Instituto de
Estudios para el Desarrollo Social (INDES). Facultad de
Humanidades, Ciencias Sociales y de la Salud. Universidad
Nacional de Santiago del Estero
Construyendo Mercados desde la Propia finca. Tres experiencias en
la Agricultura Familiar: Maria Victoria V Suarez,
CONICET/INDES/UNSE
Discussant: Raul Gustavo Paz, Univ Nac Stgo de Estero CONICET
1044 // HUM - Workshop - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Ponce
de Leon B
Arte, Derechos Humanos y Políticas de la Memoria en el Perú
Session Organizer: Claudia G Salazar, Sarah Lawrence College
Chair: Margarita Saona, University of Illinois/Chicago
Presenters: Karen P Bernedo Morales, Pontificia Universidad
Catolica del Peru
Alexandra I Hibbett, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
Leticia Robles-Moreno, New York University
Talia Dajes, Westminster College
Cynthia M Vich, Fordham University
1045 // LTC - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference 5
Beleza pura: afrodescendencia, resistencia y diasporas
Chair: Jose I Lara, Grand Valley State University
Afrodescendencia y representación literaria en la narrativa cubana:
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Alejo Carpentier y la novela del Período Especial: Ofelia del
Carmen Lopez Madrigal, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de
Mexico
El reequilibrio transdiscursivo de Antonio Preciado: Consolidación
de la poesía afroecuatoriana en el siglo XX: Franklin Miranda
Robles, Universidad de las Américas (sede Ecuador)
Veiled Whiteness in 19th-century Honduran Constitutions and The
Racialization of Citizenship: Jose I Lara, Grand Valley State
University
1046 // LST - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Flamingo A
Blood Traces: Poetry, Performance and Fiction from Guatemala
and El Salvador
Chair: Laura García-Moreno, San Francisco State University
Chapina Corporealities: Regina José Galindo's "¿Quién puede
borrar las huellas?" and Maya Chinchilla's "Walking
Wounded": Guadalupe Escobar, UCLA
Claudia Hernández: Escritura y precariedad: Ignacio Sarmiento,
Tulane University
Estéticas de la barbarie. El Genocidio Guatemalteco en tres novelas
de ficción. El Árbol de Adán, Insensatez y El Material Humano:
María del Pilar Lopez, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de
México UNAM
Poetic Jewels, Infectious Words: Re-politicizing the Aesthetic in
Castellanos Moya's Senselessness: Laura García-Moreno, San
Francisco State University
1047 // DEM - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Boardroom 1
Competitive Authoritarianism and Clientelism in Latin America
Chair: Daniel J Epstein, Colgate University
A Theory of Competitive Authoritarian Elections: Mario L Chacon,
New York University
Competitive Authoritarianism in Bolivia under Evo Morales: Omar
Sanchez, Texas State University
Democracy without Accountability: Economic Voting in Uneven
Regimes: Mason W Moseley, University of Pennsylvania
Signaling Commitment: Clientelism and Political Networks in
Argentina: Mariela L Szwarcberg, Reed College
Discussant: Daniel J Epstein, Colgate University
1048 // PIP - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Garita
Conflictos y movilizaciones sociales en América Latina y el
Caribe contemporáneos: tensiones, debates y perspectivas
Session Organizer: Alejandro M Schneider, Universidad de Buenos
Aires
Chair: Pablo A Vommaro, Universidad de Buenos Aires/CLACSO
El movimiento social por la paz y los desafíos de construcción de
democracia en el posconflicto armado: Jaime Zuluaga,
Universidad Externado de Colombia
Tensiones políticas y sociales durante las presidencias de Evo
Morales en Bolivia (2006-2014): Alejandro M Schneider,
Universidad de Buenos Aires
Collective Memory as a Vehicle for Social Movements in Colombia:
Rachel A May, University of South Florida
1049 // PIP - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Foyer A
Construcción del orden institucional en América Latina:
trayectoria, agentes y cambio institucional
Chair: Sergio Y Toro Maureira, Pontificia Universidad Católica de
Chile
Los discursos delegativos en América Latina: Su incidencia en el
orden institucional: Juan C Arellano, Universidad Católica de
Temuco
Los presidencialismos y el conflicto originario: Redefiniendo causas
de la inestabilidad política en América Latina del siglo XIX.:
Sergio Y Toro Maureira, Pontificia Universidad Católica de
Chile
Formas de organización y participación política de las elites
económicas latinoamericanas. Argentina, Chile y Uruguay en
perspectiva comparada: Felipe Monestier
La Arquitectura de la cooperación: Una propuesta teórica sobre la
resiliencia institucional: Fernando Rosenblatt, Universidad
Diego Portales
1050 // MLD - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, San
Geronimo Ballroom B
Contemporary Deportations in North America: Mexican
Migrants Facing Exclusion and Precariousness in the United
States
Session Organizer: Guillermo Yrizar Barbosa, Graduate Center, City
University of New York
Chair: Xóchitl Bada, University of Illinois/Chicago
'We stick together down here:' Relatedness and care among oneand-a-half-generation deportees in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico:
Tobin M Hansen, University of Oregon
Destination Choices of Contemporary Unauthorized Mexican
Migrants: The Role of Human Capital, Social Capital,
Occupational Experience and Destination Characteristics:
Ricardo D Martinez-Schuldt, University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill
“Te van a levantar” – They are going to kidnap you: Post
Deportation Mobilities and the Conflicting Geographies of
Deportation and Drug Violence in Mexico: Jeremy Slack,
University of Arizona
Mixed-Status Families under the US Deportation Regime:
Narratives and Changes since 2000 among Mexican Irregular
Migrants: Guillermo Yrizar Barbosa, Graduate Center, City
University of New York
1051 // SMP - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Boardroom 2
Dimensions of Social Policy in Latin America
Chair: William Daniel Vera Rojas, Pontificia Universidad Católica
de Valparaíso
Variedades de régimen social de cuidados y prácticas de gestión:
Chile y Uruguay: William Daniel Vera Rojas, Pontificia
Universidad Católica de Valparaíso
From the ground to the people: resource rents and social spending
in Latin America: Fabiana S Perera, George Washington
University
Occupational Gender Segregation in Latin America: Explanatory
Power of Social Policy Factors: Dominique Anne Oehrli,
University of Bern
The Shifting Politics of Poverty Reduction in Honduras: Sarah J
Hunt, University of Manchester
1052 // LTC - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Flamingo B
Dominican Imaginaries Beyond The Trujillato
Session Organizer: Maja Horn, Barnard College
Chair: Anne Eller, Yale University
We Dream Together: Alternative Histories of Dominican-Haitian
Relations, 1843-1865: Anne Eller, Yale University
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“Pillaged and Lost”: Contesting the Archive in the Turn-of-theCentury Dominican Republic: Wendy V Muñiz, Columbia
University
“Tropical Puppets”: The Impact of U.S. Imperialism on the
Dominican National Imaginary: Maja Horn, Barnard College
1053 // EDU - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Murphy 5
Educación cívica, democrática y para el desarrollo sostenible:
libros escolares, patrimonio documental, herencia cultural e
innovación pedagógica
Fostering Civic Responsibility through Cuba’s Civic Education
Textbooks: Jenny R Dawley-Carr, University of Wisconsin Madison
La participación escolar como factor de influencia en el
empoderamiento y desarrollo de actitudes democráticas de
estudiantes peruanos del nivel secundario: Lars G Stojnic
Chávez, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
Museum Casa Bella in Boyacá, Colombia: a tool for peacebuilding
through cultural heritage education: Jose Hernando Torres
Flechas, STUDENT
1054 // CUL - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference 10
Educating Against the State: Critical Pedagogies in Context
Session Organizers: Anne Freeland, Columbia University
Gerardo Munoz, Princeton University
Chair: Nathalia E Jaramillo, Kennesaw State University
Pedagogy of the Third Type: Simón Rodríguez and Demotic
Republicanism: Gerardo Munoz, Princeton University
The Quest for Social Justice Education in Light of a New Social
Order: Transforming Lives and Territories Through Popular
Youth Education in “Pacified” Rio Favelas: Veriene Melo,
UCLA, Stanford University
On the Double Bind of Prison Education: Anne Freeland, Columbia
University
A Clash of Epistemologies: The Gap between Discourse and
Practice of Intercultural Education as a Core for Critical
Reflection / a Basis for Critical Pedagogy?: Antonia Manresa
Axisa, Newcastle University, UK
Discussant: Nathalia E Jaramillo, Kennesaw State University
1055 // LTC - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Flamingo C
Estéticas de la disidencia: cuerpos, sujetos e identidades en las
trasformaciones del campo cultural en el Cono Sur
Session Organizer: Javier Mocarquer, Providence College
Chair: Macarena P Silva, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Hacia una nueva intelectualidad latinoamericana desde el género:
Gabriela Mistral, Victoria Ocampo y Cecília Meireles en las
esferas pública y privada: Javier Mocarquer, Providence
College
Relinchos en el campo. La crisis de la industria del libro en las
páginas literarias de Rocinante: Macarena P Silva, Pontificia
Universidad Católica de Chile
La imagen mutilada: representaciones cinematográficas de
dictadura, consumismo y subjetividad en el cine de Pablo
Larraín: David I Gregory, University of Notre Dame
Disjunctures, Discontinuities, Disintegrations: Modernity and
Modernization in João Almino's decadent Brasília: Cecily C
Raynor, McGill University
Discussant: Carlos M Amador, Michigan Technological University
1056 // HEA - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Tropical B
Healthcare and the Paradoxes of Participation
Sponsor: Health and Society
Chair: Gabriela Elisa Morales, Yale University
Reforma sanitaria y cuidado de la salud en los hogares en
Colombia: Amparo H Hernández Bello, Pontificia Universidad
Javeriana
Revolutionizing Citizenship through Cuban Doctors and Primary
Health Care in "Post-Neoliberal" Ecuador: Karin U Friederic,
Wake Forest University
Cosmologies in the Clinic: Tradition, Recuperation, and Medical
Practice in Bolivia: Gabriela Elisa Morales, Yale University
1057 // LAT - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Murphy 4
Intertexuality, Identity-Formation, and Literary Engagements
between Latina/os and Latin Americans
Chair: Isabel D Alvarez Borland, College of the Holy Cross
Almost the Same, but Not Quite: The Depiction of Chicanos in
Contemporary Mexican Narrative: Miguel A Pillado, Lehigh
University
Madness, Silence, and Latinidad: On Becoming a “Latino
Colombian” in Jorge Franco’s Paraíso Travel: Yarí E Cruz
Ríos, Indiana University
Roberto G. Fernandez: El principe y la bella cubana: Isabel D
Alvarez Borland, College of the Holy Cross
The Excesses of Genre Fiction, History, and Voice in Oscar Wao:
Javier Jiménez, Marietta College
Discussant: Lori B Celaya, University of Idaho
1058 // INV - Featured/Invited Session - Saturday, 2:00pm 3:45pm, San Geronimo Ballroom C
Invited Session - Gazes on children, youth and generations in
international migrations
Session Organizers: Sara Z Poggio, University of
Maryland/Baltimore County
Alice E Colón-Warren, Universidad de Puerto Rico/Río Piedras
Ana Morales-Zeno, Universidad de Puerto Rico - Bayamón
Chair: Ana Morales-Zeno, Universidad de Puerto Rico - Bayamón
Costs and Benefits of the immigration experience: Immigrant
children from Central America to United States: Sara Z Poggio,
University of Maryland/Baltimore County
Settlers or Sojourners? Post-millenium Cuban Youth in Canada and
Western Europe: Catherine Krull, University of Victoria; Jean
Stubbs, University of London
Youth and Migration. Criticism of Political Narratives: Mary
Garcia Castro, Catholic University of Salvador
Discussant: Alice E Colón-Warren, Universidad de Puerto Rico/Río
Piedras
1059 // INV - Workshop - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Las Olas
Invited Session - Inclusive Growth: Do Economic or Social
Policies Work Better?
Sponsor: Economic and Social Policy
Chair: Mahrukh Doctor, University of Hull
Presenters: Jasmine Gideon, Birkbeck, University of London
Mario L Theodoro
Judith A Morrison, Inter-American Development Bank
Carlos Augusto Viáfara López, Universidad del Valle
Discussant: Marcelo Paixão, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
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1060 // LAW - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Ponce de
Leon C
Justiciabilidad y judicialización del derecho indígena. Consulta
previa, peritajes antropológicos y procesos judiciales.
Session Organizer: María Teresa Sierra Camacho, CIESAS
Chair: María Teresa Sierra Camacho, CIESAS
Análisis del proceso de consulta para el caso de la pesca cucapá, en
Baja California: Alejandra Navarro-Smith, Cátedras
CONACYT adscrita a CIESAS-Occidente; Yacotzin B Bravo
Espinosa, UAM
Consulta y derecho indígena en la gran ciudad: Consuelo Sánchez,
ENAH/INAH
Peritaje antropológico y derecho indígena. La argumentación
judicial en torno a elecciones por “usos y costumbres” en
municipios indígenas de México.: María Teresa Sierra Camacho,
CIESAS; Erika L López, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de
México
“Metieron la mano en la justicia y no la han sacado”: la relación
entre la justicia ordinaria y la justicia indígena ecuatorianas a
través del caso La Cocha: Fernando García Serrano, FLACSO
Ecuador
Discussant: Rachel Sieder, Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios
Superiores en Antropología Social
1061 // DEF - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Murphy 6
La actividad de inteligencia en América Latina: desarrollo,
evolución, novedades, desafíos, comparaciones
Session Organizer: José Manuel Ugarte, Universidad de Buenos
Aires
Chairs: Russell G Swenson, National Intelligence University
Carolina Sancho, Academia Nacional de Estudios Políticos y
Estratégicos
Un panorama de la actividad de inteligencia en América Latina:
Institucionalización paulatina pero tenue, controles existentes
pero débiles, y desarrollo de la inteligencia criminal.: José
Manuel Ugarte, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Instant Accountability: Stories from Intelligence: Russell G
Swenson, National Intelligence University
Inteligencia criminal en Latinoamérica: ¿es necesario especializar
la función inteligencia para enfrentar el crimen organizado?:
Carolina Sancho, Academia Nacional de Estudios Políticos y
Estratégicos
La reforma del sistema de inteligencia español: un proceso
necesario, pero con resultados insuficientes: Carlos Ruiz,
Universidade de Santiago de Compostela
Discussant: Bertha J García-Gallegos, Pontificia Universidad
Católica del Ecuador
1062 // LIN - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Ceiba
Lingüística/Lexicografía
El Atlas Lingüístico de Cuba (ALCu): Lidia Emilia Santana
González, Instituto de Literatura y Lingüística
Tecnología e innovación aplicadas a la lexicografía. Impacto social
del proyecto Tesoro Lexicográfico de Cuba: Claudia Torras
Mendoza, El Instituto de Literatura y Lingüística "José Antonio
Portuondo Valdor"
Un Diccionario del español de Cuba sin exclusiones regionales:
Elisa García González, Instituto de Literatura y Lingüística
"José Antonio Portuondo Valdor"
Discussant: Lidia Emilia Santana González, Instituto de Literatura y
Lingüística
1063 // MLD - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Boardroom 3
Migraciones andinas y epistemologías emergentes en la
colonialidad global
Sponsor: alter/nativas: revista de estudios culturales
Session Organizer: Ana M Del Sarto, Ohio State University
Chair: Ana M Del Sarto, Ohio State University
Purijkuna: Otavalan Transnational Migrants and the Politics of
Destination: Michelle C Wibbelsman, Ohio State University
Andean emergent practices in Brussels: an epistemology of the
South in the global North: Carmen Núñez-Borja, Katholieke
Universiteit Leuven - KU Leuven
Palabras que revelan mundos. Propuesta de una microantropología
de la globalización: Christiane Stallaert, University of Antwerp
Migrantes transnacionales, ¿artífices de un mundo por venir?: Abril
Trigo, Ohio State University
¿Interculturalidad y plurinacionalidad? Fantasmas, fantasías y
funcionalismos en el Ecuador: Catherine E Walsh, Universidad
Andina Simón Bolívar
1064 // LST - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Murphy 1
Migrant Imprints: Latina and Latin American Women’s NonFiction in the 21st Century
Chair: Inmaculada Lara-Bonilla, City University of New York
Breaking Boundaries: [email protected]/[email protected] Poetry and Autobiography:
Norma E Cantú, University of Missouri-Kansas City
The Shuttling Self, Shifting Communities: Latina and Latin
American Women Authors Appropriations Non-fiction:
Inmaculada Lara-Bonilla, City University of New York
The Female Political Subject in Three Latin American Women
Chroniclers: Leila Guerriero, Lina Meruane and Gabriela
Wiener.: Giovanna Rivero, University of Florida
1065 // HIS - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference 7
Narratives of Conquest, Conversion, and Colonization:
Violence, Religion, and Consolidation
Chair: Kristian J Fabian, Brown University
Violence and Imperial Masculinities in Cartas de relación by
Hernán Cortés: Sergio Rivera-Ayala, University of Waterloo
First Contact: An African Shaman in Sixteenth-Century New Spain:
Kevin C Young, Rutgers University
De Gestis Mendi de Saa: épica y Contrarreforma en la conquista
militar y textual del Brasil: Jesús Ernesto Ortíz-Díaz, Macalester
College
Violencia e Imagen. Interpretación Ladina del Martirio del Pueblo
Indio: Audrey Prévôtel
The Strongest Man in the Land: The Impossible Evangelization of
the New Kingdom of Granada in Pedro Simón’s Noticias
Historiales: Alberto Villate Isaza, St. Olaf College
Discussant: David T Orique, Providence College
1066 // AFR - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Tropical A
New Approaches to Race and Migration in Puerto Rico:
Rethinking the Mountains, the City, and the Circulation of
People in the Insular Caribbean
Session Organizer: Alai Reyes-Santos, University of Oregon
Chair: Isar P Godreau, University of Puerto Rico/Cayey
The Coastal Other: The geographic construction of blackness as an
exception in Puerto Rico: Isar P Godreau, University of Puerto
Rico/Cayey
Beyond blanqueamiento?: Black-affirmation in Puerto Rico and the
Diaspora: Hilda I Lloréns, University of Rhode Island
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Family Secrets: Blackness, Passing, and the Dominican-Puerto
Rican Family: Alai Reyes-Santos, University of Oregon
1067 // CUL - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference 9
New Political Subjectivities in Cuba’s “Change what needs to be
changed” Era
Chair: Rachel Domínguez Rojas, Revista Cultural La Jiribilla
Episodes of intellectual debate in Cuba’s ongoing reform process:
Daniel Salas González, Dalhousie University
"Los excluidos" Análisis de los procesos de exclusión de sectores
socialmente vulnerables en la actualización del modelo
económico.: Rafael Alejandro Gonzalez Escalona
"Con los pies en la guagua” Una aproximación desde el ensayo
fotográfico a la actualidad cubana en el contexto de la
actualización del modelo económico.: Carlos Ernesto Escalona
Marti, Instituto Superior de Arte
Estructura política y ciudadanía en Cuba: Estudio sobre la
discusión nacional del Código de Trabajo y Seguridad Social:
Rachel Domínguez Rojas, Revista Cultural La Jiribilla
1068 // PIP - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Caribe
New Research on the Politics of Natural Resource Extraction in
the Andes
Session Organizer: Todd A Eisenstadt, American University
Chair: Marcela Torres Wong, American University
Debating Extraction in Ecuador: The Advancing Oil Frontier and
Polarization in the Amazon: Karleen Jones West, SUNY
Geneseo
Voting against Extracting: The Rise of Popular Consultations in
Latin America: Diana Rodriguez Franco, Northwestern
University
Extractivism and Development politics in Ecuador: changes and
dilemmas for Amazonia: Ivette Rossana R Vallejo Real,
FLACSO sede Ecuador
Discussant: Juan Pablo Luna, Pontificia Universidad Católica de
Chile
1069 // LSN - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Flamingo D
Otredades coloniales
Chair: Pablo García Loaeza, West Virginia University
“…toda ella boxa cinquenta Leguas”: The Tlaxcalan Sources of
Antonio de Herrera y Tordesillas or How to Measure an
Indigenous Political Island: Jannette Amaral-Rodríguez,
Hampden-Sydney College
Una mirada árabe: el viaje de Elías al-Musili a las Indias: Ivette N
Hernandez-Torres, University of California/Irvine
Otredades difuminadas en el Río de la Plata: Pablo García Loaeza,
West Virginia University
Lógicas discursivas del discurso indigenista en México. Segunda
ventana: Apropiaciones simbólico-retóricas de lo indígena.:
Rene Carrasco, University of Texas/Austin
Discussant: Eyda M Merediz, University of Maryland
1070 // HIS - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, San Cristobal
G
Outside In? Plebeian Exclusion and Participation in Dominant
States from the Enlightenment to the Era of Positivism
Session Organizer: Nora E Jaffary, Concordia University
Chair: Frida Osorio, Columbia University
Owning Ideas, or How Slave Owners, Husbands and Caciques
Denied the Spanish Colonial Enlightenment in Court: Bianca
Premo, Florida International University
Law and Order in the Community: Mexico’s Penal Code of 1871:
Nora E Jaffary, Concordia University
Gender and Justice in Late Nineteenth-Century Mexico: Exploring
Women’s Recourse to the Amparo Suit (1870-1910): Frida
Osorio, Columbia University
Discussant: Stuart B Schwartz, Yale University
1071 // INT - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Ponce de Leon
A
Países Andinos y el Nuevo Multilateralismo Latinoamericano
Chair: Aldo Miguel Olano Alor, Universidad Externado de
Colombia
Ecuador-Perú y ALBA-Alianza del Pacífico en perspectiva
comparada: Aldo Miguel Olano Alor, Universidad Externado de
Colombia
Colombia y Chile en la Alianza del Pacífico. El rol de las potencias
regionales secundarias: Jenny Catherine ortiz morales
Las perspectivas de la integración latinoamericana en el marco de
la crisis económica global y del nuevo multilateralismo: Maria
Consuelo Ahumada Beltran, Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano
1072 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Saturday, 2:00pm 3:45pm, San Cristobal D
Pensando el presente: logros y desafios de la Bolivia de hoy
Sponsor: Bolivia
Los "quipus" del Estado Plurinacional boliviano: Lucila Choque
Huarin, UMSA-UPEA
Estado plurinacional: sus logros y sus trágicas contradicciones:
Pablo Mamani, UPEA Universidad Publica de El Alto
Discussant: Elizabeth Monasterios, University of Pittsburgh
1073 // EDU - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Salon del Mar
B
Profesores y enseñanzas en contextos socioeducativos urbanos,
rurales e indígenas
Chair: Maria de Fatima D Martins, Universidade Federal de Pelotas
Enseñar en la precariedad: Los maestros de escuela pública en el
Puerto Rico de hoy: Katherine Miranda, University of Puerto
Rico, Río Piedras; Eva M Villalon-Soler, Fundacion Flamboyan
Entre clases: desde el entre-lugar del instructor adjunto: Mario E
Valero, Fashion Institute of Technology
¿Quiénes son los unidocentes? La construcción de la identidad
profesional de los docentes en las escuelas rurales.: Luciana
Reategui Amat y Leon, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
Flexible workforce and its impact on teachers’ morale: Maria C
Mina, University of the West of Scotland
Precarização da educação infantil: um estudo com professoras de
18 cidades da Região Sul, Brasil.: Maria de Fatima D Martins,
Universidade Federal de Pelotas
1074 // GEN - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Murphy 7
Renegotiating Gendered and Racialized (Excluded)
Subjectivities in Times of Neoliberal Crises
Session Organizer: Viviana MacManus, University of
Maryland/Baltimore County
Chair: Maria Cristina Alcalde, University of Kentucky
Las guerrilleras and “El hombre Nuevo”: Problematizing
Masculinist Representations of Mexico’s Dirty War: Viviana
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MacManus, University of Maryland/Baltimore County
Bordering Adolescence: Latin American Youth in Road Films "La
misma luna" and "Sin nombre": Laura M Senio Blair,
Southwestern University
The Challenges of Belonging: The Roles of Gender, Sexual Identity,
and Everyday Insecurity in Return Migration Experiences
among Peruvians: Maria Cristina Alcalde, University of
Kentucky
“Tomar la palabra”: silenciamiento, racismo, y liderazgo femenino
sindical en Piel de Mujer: Martha Ojeda, Transylvania
University
Las disputas de los repertorios discursivos sobre el feminicidio en
la prensa escrita: El Comercio (2012- y el trome 2013): entre
la visibilización e invisibilización del fenómeno: Fanni Muñoz
Cabrejo, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
1075 // MAS - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Maguey
Retos y vulnerabilidades de los nuevos escenarios comunicativos
en América Latina y el Caribe
Session Organizer: Helen Hernández Hormilla, Asociación
Hermanos Saíz (AHS) / Ministerio de Cultura
Chair: Mario Nieves
Redes sociales y nuevas vulnerabilidades en América Latina: Mario
Nieves
Participación 2.0 en #Cuba: ¿realidad o ilusión óptica?: Harold
Cárdenas, Revista Temas
Desafíos de los nuevos medios para la ética feminista. Experiencias
desde Cuba: Helen Hernández Hormilla, Asociación Hermanos
Saíz (AHS) / Ministerio de Cultura
Usos sociales de Twitter por parte de un grupo de mujeres cubanas:
Maite López Pino, Universidad de La Habana
Discussant: Mabel Machado López, Universidad de La Habana
1076 // ECO - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Salon del Mar
A
Social Policy Evaluation 1
Sponsor: Marcelo Paixão
Chair: Márcia L Lopes Reis, UNESP - Universidade Estadual
Paulista
Poverty and social policies at Morro do Alemão, Rio de Janeiro
(2010-2014): Sérgio Ricardo Rodrigues Castilho, Universidade
Federal Fluminense
Pacified Inclusion: Digital Technology in Brazilian Shantytowns:
Jason Scott, University of Colorado
Importancia de la Política Pública del Recurso Hídrico para el
desarrollo social de la población ecuatoriana: Paola H
Cárdenas Valencia, Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias
Sociales, Sede Ecuador
Una aproximación a los cambios en la política social para su
conceptualización en el contexto cubano actual: Enrique Javier
Gómez Cabezas, Centro de Investigaciones Psicológicas y
Sociológicas del Ministerio e Ciencia, Tecnología y Medio
Ambiente
1077 // CSS - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference 4
Social movements and struggles around natural resources
Chair: Ana M Vara, Universidad Nacional de San Martín
A Latin Americanist, proto-environmentalist master frame in the
current cycle of environmental protest in Latin America: Ana M
Vara, Universidad Nacional de San Martín
La autogestión comunitaria en el manejo de los recursos naturales y
la crisis del desarrollo en Puerto Rico: Jehyra Marie Asencio
Yace
„El agua vale más que el oro:” Mining and Social Protest in Latin
America: Manuel A Vogt, ETH Zürich
The emergence of a new strategy in Bolivian movements: actor’s
dynamics using the Multi-Agent Simulation: Hiromi Makita,
University of Tokyo
1078 // FIL - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, San Cristobal
E
The Child/Adolescent Image in Latin American Millennium
Cinemas: Memory and Utopia
Chair: Ramiro Armas Austria, University of Toronto
Patriarchies in Ruins: Sex, Violence and Autism in Albertina Carri’s
La rabia (2008): Inela Selimovic, Wellesley College
Militancy and Make-Believe: Cinematic Memory and the Adolescent
Gaze in Infancia clandestina (2011): Geoffrey W Maguire,
University of Cambridge
Bel’s Gaze: Memory Without Past and Utopia Without Future in
Laiz Bodansky's Chega de Saudade (2007): Ramiro Armas
Austria, University of Toronto
1079 // PER - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Foyer C
The Female Body and the Performance of Gender in Latin
America
Sponsor: PER
Chair: Victor Alexander Huerta-Mercado Tenorio, Pontifica
Universidad Catolica del Peru
Sexys, fuertes y extremos: Los roles de género en Perú vistos desde
la lucha libre de espectáculo y el vedetismo.: Victor Alexander
Huerta-Mercado Tenorio, Pontifica Universidad Catolica del
Peru
Flipping the Tortillera: Sandra Monterroso’s Hybrid Iconography
in Tus tortillas, mi amor (2004): Emilia Barbosa, University of
Kansas
The Female Body as a Political Tool and a Battlefield: Artful
Performances by Contemporary Latin American Women’s
Movements: Ines M Pousadela, American University/Center for
Latin American and Latino Studies
1080 // SEC - Workshop - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, San
Cristobal A
The New Central American "Crisis": Unaccompanied Minors at
the Border
Sponsor: Central America
Session Organizer: Debra H Rodman, Randolph Macon College
Chair: Ellen E Moodie, University of Illinois
Presenters: Patricia Foxen, National Council of La Raza
Lisa Maya Knauer, University of Massachusetts/Dartmouth
Ellen E Moodie, University of Illinois
Debra H Rodman, Randolph Macon College
Andrea E Dyrness, Trinity College
Jon H Carter, Le Moyne College
1081 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Saturday, 2:00pm 3:45pm, San Cristobal B
The Persistence of Indigenismo as Denied Racism in
Contemporary Mexico and Ecuador
Sponsor: Ethnicity, Race, and Indigenous Peoples
Session Organizer: Pavel Shlossberg, Gonzaga University
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Chair: Carmen Martínez Novo, University of Kentucky
Artesanos, Patrimonial Discourses, Heritage Practices, and
Indigenismo in Contemporary Mexico: Pavel Shlossberg,
Gonzaga University
Del Indigenismo a la Interculturalidad: Continuidades y cambios.:
Emiko Saldívar Tanaka, Colectivo para Eliminar el Racismo,
Mexico
Why do mestizos talk for indigenous people? Continuing forms of
ventriloquism in contemporary Ecuador: Carmen Martínez
Novo, University of Kentucky
The Moral Economy of Extractivism: A Subaltern account of Sumak
Kawsay from the Perspective of Indigenous Amazonia: Michael
A Uzendoski, FLACSO - Ecuador
Discussant: Charles R Hale, University of Texas/Austin
1082 // LSN - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Executive
Boardroom
Three Capital Figures of 19th-Century Brazilian Literature
Chair: Ana Ilievska, University of Chicago
Romanesque and conflict in Brazilian and Scottish Romanticism: a
case study: Marcos F Peres, University of São Paulo
Machado de Assis e Mário de Alencar: Uma amizade literária:
Maurício M Aguiar, UFCG
"Kissed by the Muses:" Machado de Assis and Autodidacticism in
19th Century Rio de Janeiro: Ana Ilievska, University of
Chicago
1083 // MLD - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference 8
Transformations in Rural Mexico during the Global Economic
Crisis: Migration, Precarity and Public Policy
Session Organizer: Alison E Lee, Universidad de las Américas
Puebla
Chair: Alison E Lee, Universidad de las Américas Puebla
Contracción del mercado laboral urbano y masificación de la
migración internacional: María Leticia L Rivermar Përez
Migración femenina en la Sierra Norte de Puebla: Un flujo
“acelerado” hacia Carolina del Norte: Maria Eugenia E
D'Aubeterre Buznego, Benemerita Universidad Autonoma De
Puebla
El programa Oportunidades: relaciones de género, exclusión y
precariedad en una localidad rural de Puebla: Elena Ayala Galí
Conditional Cash Transfer Programs, Loans and Credit: Financial
resources during economic crisis in rural Mexico: Karla E
Buenrostro Madera, Universidad de las Américas Puebla
De ‘salir adelante’ a ‘bajar proyectos’: Global economic crisis,
return migration and tourism in Mexico: Alison E Lee,
Universidad de las Américas Puebla
1084 // BIO - Panel - Saturday, 2:00pm - 3:45pm, Conference 3
Water and Health in Latin America and the Caribbean
Contested “Citizen Science” and Problems of “Participatory”
Research: questions of legitimacy, democracy and the
campesino voice in water quality assessment in the Andes.:
Timothy B Norris, University of Miami Libraries
Institutional change in local water governance: reflections from the
awajun experience in the Peruvian amazon: Gisselle Vila
Benites, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
Evaluación económica de tecnologías sanitarias en Cuba durante el
periodo 2002-2013: tendencia temporal y análisis de calidad:
Cyber Hernandez Quesada
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1085 // PER - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Flamboyan
(Trans)Caribbean Performativities - II
Sponsor: Greater Caribbean Performativities Reseach Group
Session Organizer: Lillian Manzor, University of Miami
Chair: Ramón H Rivera-Servera, Northwestern University
Para una ampliación de la noción de lo caribeño en la escena
cubana: Vivian Martínez Tabares, Casa de las AméricasInstituto Superior de Arte
Cosa Nostra Dominicana: Transnational Dominican Identity in Solo
Performance: Camilla Stevens, Rutgers University
Approaching a Theory for Reading Caribbean Masks: Lowell Fiet,
Universidad de Puerto Rico
Sporting Failure: Perros que jamás ladraron and Contemporary
Cuban Performance: Bretton White, Colby College
1086 // LTC - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Flamingo B
A modernidade e sua face obscura: assimetrias relacionadas ao
poder, saber, ser e artes
Chair: Ludmila L Brandão, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso
Outsiders, subjetividades “desviantes”e a perspectiva da
decolonialidade na prosa de João Guimarães Rosa.: José C
Leite, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso - UFMT
Publicidade popular: subalternidade e Decolonialidade: Rodolfo
Polzin Rondon, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso
Por um saber-fazer corporificado: o cuidado em saúde numa
perspectiva decolonial: Luiz L Lima Junior
Da Paçoca ao Hambúrguer: Memórias Gastronômicas de Cuiabá
1945 -1998: Katia Terezinha Pereira Ormond, Universidade
Federal de Mato Grosso
1087 // FIL - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Flamingo C
Cinematic Views of and from the Margins
Session Organizer: Gilberto M Blasini-Cáceres, University of
Wisconsin/Milwaukee
Pelo malo or The Growing (National) Pains of the Margins:
Gilberto M Blasini-Cáceres, University of
Wisconsin/Milwaukee
Negotiating Faith and Sexuality in Recent Mexican Documentary
Film: Carmelo Esterrich, Columbia College Chicago
Consuming El Che: Kordavision and Chicano Engagements with
the Authoring and Political Branding of Che Guevara: Carmen
L Oquendo-Villar, International School of Design, Art and
Architecture
1088 // HIS - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, San Cristobal
G
Cold Warriors and Technocrats: Experts and Expertise in the
Latin American City
Chair: Julio E Moreno, University of San Francisco
Mexico City’s Mid-Century Housing Crisis: Conceptualizations of
Urban Poverty for a Shifting City: Emilio de Antunano,
University of Chicago
Counterrevolutionary Consultations: The Politics of Private
Education in Cold War Mexico: Taylor H Jardno, Yale
University
Engine of Change: The Santiago Metro and Allende's Chile: Andra
B Chastain, Yale University
More like the West: The Last Military Dictatorship, Urban Reforms,
and Professional Protest in Buenos Aires, Argentina (19761983): Jennifer T Hoyt, Berry College
Cold War Violence and Psychoanalysis in Buenos Aires: Marco A
Ramos, Yale University
Discussant: Eden Medina, Indiana University
1089 // BIO - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 3
Conflictos Socioambientales en América Latina: Territorio,
Recursos y Comunidades
Sponsor: The Centre for Social Conflict and Cohesion Studies
(COES) and The Interdisciplinary Center for Intercultural and
Indigenous Studies (ICIIS)
Session Organizer: Hugo Romero, COES /ICSO-UDP
Chairs: Piergiorgio Di Giminiani
Irene Velez-Torres, University of Valle
Conflictos socioambientales en el contexto de los derechos
diferenciados para población étnica en Colombia: Irene VelezTorres, University of Valle
Conflictos ambientales y legitimación de la desigualdad en Chile.
Una aproximación etnográfica al sufrimiento ambiental: Mayarí
Castillo, Universidad Academia de Humanismo Cristiano/ ICIIS
Agua, Minería y Comunidades en el Norte de Chile: tensiones
socioambientales en el desierto más árido del mundo: Hugo
Romero, COES /ICSO-UDP
1090 // CUL - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 10
Critical Theory and Latin(o) America: precariedades, exclusões,
and emergent practices
Chair: Andrew C Rajca, University of South Carolina
Towards an Alien Politics: HB 2281, (De)nationalization, and the
Foreign: Ricardo Andrés A Guzman, Indiana University
Espaços epistemológicos e novas tecnologias: os projetos de mídia
dos Paiter-Suruí e Xavantes: Juliana H Luna Freire,
Framingham State University
Politics, Aesthetics, and Subjectivity in the Postdictatorial Southern
Cone: Andrew C Rajca, University of South Carolina
La teorización del concepto de raza en la oscilante articulación de
la colonialidad latinoamericana: Olimpia E Rosenthal, Indiana
University
Discussant: Abraham Acosta, University of Arizona
1091 // HIS - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 7
Cultural Identities, Political Agendas and Social Networks in
Latin America
Chair: Joanna E Crow, University of Bristol
Shifting Alliances and Critical Representations in the Writings of
Manuel Manquilef: Allison B Ramay, Pontificia Universidad
Católica de Chile
A Star in the 'Galaxy of Prominent Pan Americanists': Eduardo
Poirier and Transnational American Identity: Mark Petersen,
University of Dallas
Political Alliances and Intellectual Collaborations: A Journey that
Starts at School?: Joanna E Crow, University of Bristol
1092 // SMP - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Boardroom 2
Currency and Taxes
Chair: Kenneth E Mitchell, Monmouth University
Business Coordination, Market Leverage, and Tax Politics in Latin
America: Nestor C Castañeda-Angarita, University of
Southampton
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Regressive or Progressive? Elevated VAT Rates in Argentina:
Kenneth E Mitchell, Monmouth University
The Real Plan: institutional complementarities, political struggles,
and economic transformations: Alejandro Angel Tapias,
Université de Montréal
1093 // DEM - Workshop - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm,
Boardroom 1
Democracy, Development, and Decentralization in Peru
Session Organizer: Cynthia McClintock, George Washington
University
Presenters: Alberto Vergara Paniagua, Banting/Harvard University
David Scott Palmer, Boston University
Jefrey Antonio Gamarra Carrillo, member
1094 // TRA - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Murphy 2
Desafíos metodológicos contemporáneos de los estudios sobre
circularidades y retorno migratorio en América Latina
Sponsor: La organizadora del panel: Liliana Rivera-Sánchez ha
cambiado de afiliación institucional. La referencia actual es
Centro de Estudios Sociológicos de El Colegio de México
Session Organizer: Liliana Rivera-Sánchez, Centro de Estudios
Sociológicos, El Colegio de México
Ciudadanías flexibles? Reflexiones en torno a las experiencias de
migración de retorno de población ecuatoriana.: Gioconda
Herrera, FLACSO Ecuador
Retorno, circularidad y prácticas transnacionales. Reflexiones
sobre el caso brasileño.: Leonardo Cavalcanti, Universidade de
Brasilia UnB
Migrantes mexicanos retornados a contextos urbanos. Notas
metodológicas para el estudio de los procesos contemporáneos
de reinserción: Liliana Rivera-Sánchez, Centro de Estudios
Sociológicos, El Colegio de México
Discussant: Luin Goldring, York University
1095 // EDU - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Murphy 5
Educational policies in urban and rural normal schools:
resistance and conflicts: 1930 -1960
Session Organizers: Marcelo Hernández Santos, Universidad
Pedagógica Nacional 32-1, Zacatecas
María Guadalupe Escalante Bravo, Benemérita y Centenaria Escuela
Normal del Estado de San Luis Potosí
Chair: Francisco H Hernández Ortiz, Benemérita y Centenaria
Escuela Normal del Estado de San Luis Potosí
Working conditions of teachers in San Luis Potosi: Strike of 1930:
María Guadalupe Escalante Bravo, Benemérita y Centenaria
Escuela Normal del Estado de San Luis Potosí
Between the education policy and the radicalization of the FECSM
1935 – 1947: Sergio Ortiz Briano, Escuela Normal Rural "Justo
Sierra Méndez", Cañada Honda, Ags.
Light and shadow: the thesis about Mexican rural normal schools:
Marcelo Hernández Santos, Universidad Pedagógica Nacional
32-1, Zacatecas
Unionism and teachers´working conditions in the 1960´s: Francisco
H Hernández Ortiz, Benemérita y Centenaria Escuela Normal
del Estado de San Luis Potosí
1096 // GEN - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Murphy 7
El Impacto de la Educación Bilingüe en el Empoderamiento de
la Mujer Latina.
Session Organizer: Mirlis Reyes Salarichs, Inter-American Defense
College
Chair: Sarivette Ortiz Sánchez
El Rol del Bilingüismo y la Diversidad Cultural en el Proceso de
Empoderamiento de las Nuevas Empresarias Latinas del Área
Metropolitana de Washington DC/MD/VA: Mirlis Reyes
Salarichs, Inter-American Defense College
Perfil de los estudios sobre la mujer y su relación con el
multilingüismo: Análisis bibliométrico.: Sarivette Ortiz Sánchez
Conocimiento de las madres de niños sordos sobre temas de
preparación en salud pública y el bilingüismo para transmitir el
conocimiento a sus hijos.: Beatriz Quinones-Vallejo
Lost [and Found] in Translation: Narratives of Religion, Gender
and Empowerment in an Arab-Latin Context: Juan F CaraballoResto, University of Puerto Rico
The Impact of Bilingual Education in the Professional Development
of Hispanic Women.: Angel A Toledo López; Luis J Pentón
Herrera
Discussant: Angel A Toledo López
1097 // MLD - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 9
Encountering the State: Emerging Immigration Policies and
Practices and the Latin American Intraregional Migrant
Experience
Session Organizer: Lindsey Carte, Utah State University
Chair: Solange I Munoz, University of Michigan
Everyday Restriction: Low-level state actors, the enactment of
policy and Central American women immigrants in Mexico:
Lindsey Carte, Utah State University
Brokering the Right to the City: Urban Migrants, Social Movements
and the State: Solange I Munoz, University of Michigan
Trafficking, Prostitution and the Law: New Spaces of Violence at the
Mexican Southern Border: Laura Aguirre Hernández, Freie
Universität Berlin
1098 // SMP - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Almendros
Entre-Espacios de la expansión económica: Estado, políticas
sociales y desarrollo capitalista en América Latina hoy
Sponsor: CIG Entre-Espacios & desiguALdades.net
Chair: Manuel E Gongora-Mera, Lateinamerika-Institut / Freie
Universität Berlin
Variedades del capitalismo y los Sistemas Nacionales de
Protección Social en América Latina: Ilan B Bizberg, El
Colegio de México
Entre-espacios de las políticas sociales, macroeconómicas y
financieras: Barbara Fritz, Freie Universität Berlin
¿Volviendo al futuro? Acaparamiento de tierras, Estado y expansión
capitalista en el Brasil contemporáneo.: Guilherme L
Gonçalves, Fundação Getulio Vargas
Un Caso Latinoamericano de Gatopardismo: El Regreso del PRI En
México: Alberto Aziz, Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios
Superiores en Antropología Social
Discussant: Lena Lavinas, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
1099 // LTC - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 5
Escritura de viaje: precariedades, privilegios y migración
(Primera Parte)
Session Organizer: Enrique M Bernales Albites, Arkansas State
University
Chair: Enrique M Bernales Albites, Arkansas State University
Viajes imperiales: el último viaje de Clements Markham al Perú:
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Christian Pablo Fernández Palacios, Louisiana State University
El viaje como doble discurso de travesías e iniciación en la novela
El príncipe de los caimanes (2002) de Santiago Roncagliolo.:
Andres Xavier Echarri, University of Massachusetts/Dartmouth
“La tierra que dejamos está muy abajo”: Viajes ideológicos,
precariedades y migración en Los ilegítimos de Hildebrando
Pérez Huarancca: Rocío Ferreira, DePaul University
Discussant: Leila G Gomez, University of Colorado/Boulder
1100 // LST - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Flamingo A
Espacios utópicos y las armas: la representación del guerrillero
en la narrativa centromericana contemporánea.
Session Organizer: William K Clary, University of the Ozarks
Chair: Nicasio Urbina, University of Cincinnati
Desencanto en la clandestinidad: En el filo de Marco Antonio
Flores: William K Clary, University of the Ozarks
El perro en la niebla: apuntes en torno al nuevo “guerrillero”: José
Juan Colín, University of Oklahoma
Representación de Sandino en la novela de Chuno Blandón, Cuartel
general.: Nicasio Urbina, University of Cincinnati
“Desborde emocional y ficción ética en las novelas de guerrilleros
centroamericanas".: Héctor M Leyva Carias, Universidad
Nacional Autónoma de Honduras
1101 // LIN - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Ceiba
From Theory to Practice: The Teaching of Spanish for Specific
Purposes
Chair: Eduardo Alfonso Caro Meléndez, Arizona State University
Research and Application: The emerging field of teaching Spanish
for the professions: Eduardo Alfonso Caro Meléndez, Arizona
State University
Spanish for Business: The creation of New Majors to Keep the
Language Teaching Profession Alive where Traditional
Learning is no Longer Sought: Amalia V Garzón, Northern
Arizona University
For the USA professional establishment- Learning Spanish within
context from the comfort of the individual landscapes: Stella
Moreno, Central Washington University
1102 // LST - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Murphy 1
Futuro incierto: deuda y desposesión en la literatura
Chair: Julio A Quintero, Grove City College
Ansiedad capitalista en la Venezuela bolivariana: Negociando la
utopía en La otra isla de Francisco Suniaga: Julio A Quintero,
Grove City College
Lo que permanece: espectralidad y deuda en Pedro Páramo:
Alberto Ribas-Casasayas, Santa Clara University
Searching for Home in the Tower of the Neoliberal World Economy
in Daher Canedo’s El huesped: Zoya Khan, University of South
Alabama
Literature and Democratic Demands in Contemporary Brazil:
Marcus C Brasileiro, Utah State University
1103 // LTC - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Murphy 6
Medicina, Biopolitica y ciencia ficcion en la literatura
latinoamericana
Session Organizer: Erick Mota, Centro de Formación Literaria
Onelio Jorge Cardoso
Chairs: Sol I Peláez, Mississippi State University
Leonardo Gala Echemendía, Escritor
Charlatans, Laboratories and Herbal Remedies: Literature and
Medical Modernity in Uruguay: Casey E Drosehn, Northwestern
University
Los primeros escritos (racistas?) de Fernando Ortiz y la
modernización biopolítica: Paola A Uparela, Student of
University of Notre Dame
Los aportes de la cultura cubana a la ciencia ficción: Erick Mota,
Centro de Formación Literaria Onelio Jorge Cardoso
El corrimiento desde el azul: Apuntes sobre ciertos elementos tecnocientíficos presentes en las obras de ciencia ficción cubana.:
Leonardo Gala Echemendía, Escritor
Discussant: Andreia Lisboa de Sousa, University of Texas/Austin
1104 // MLD - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, San Cristobal
C
Impacto sociocultural de las migraciones internas en Cuba
Session Organizer: Danay Herrera, Cuban Institute of Book
Chair: Nadia Herrada Hidalgo, Universidad de La Habana
“La oposición campociudad en la novela ¡Écue-Yamba-Ó! de Alejo
Carpentier”: Analay Medero Alvarez
La Habana: receptor y marginador de migrantes. Segregación
urbana como reforzamiento de la imagen del Otro.: David
Moscoso, UNAIC
Discriminación, tolerancia y jerarquización social. Un
acercamiento a las actitudes lingüísticas en los contextos de
migración interna en Cuba: Ailyn Figueroa González, El
Instituto de Literatura y Lingüística "José Antonio Portuondo
Valdor"
1105 // MLD - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, San
Geronimo Ballroom B
Incorporating Migrants into the Polity: International Migration,
Livelihoods and Sustainable Development
Session Organizer: Gisela P Zapata Araujo, Newcastle University
Chair: Gisela P Zapata Araujo, Newcastle University
El Retorno; A Shift in Colombians’ Migration Pattern: Milena
Gomez Kopp, Universidad Externado de Colombia
Neo-liberalism, Political Decentralization and Bolivian Garment
Sweatshop Workers in São Paulo: Simone J Buechler,
University of Illinois/Chicago
Invisible Development? Remittances and Transnational Family
Reproduction among Migrant Households in Colombia’s Coffee
Region: Gisela P Zapata Araujo, Newcastle University
Discussant: David C Griffith, East Carolina University
1106 // INV - Workshop - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, San
Geronimo Ballroom C
Invited Session - Scholarly Dilemmas: “Race, Color, Casta” and
Other Labels in Latin America and the Caribbean
Session Organizers: Rocio Quispe-Agnoli, Michigan State
University
Juan Carlos González-Espitia, University of North Carolina/Chapel
Hill
Chair: Juan Carlos González-Espitia, University of North
Carolina/Chapel Hill
Presenters: Maria Elena Martinez, University of Southern California
Yolanda M Martínez-San Miguel, The State University of New
Jersey
Ruth A Hill, Vanderbilt University
José A Mazzotti, Tufts University
Karen A Stolley, Emory University
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Marcel M Velázquez, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos
1107 // MTG - Meeting - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Flamingo
D
LASA2016 Track Chairs Orientation
Contact Person: Gilbert M Joseph, Yale University
1108 // HUM - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Garita
La trata de personas : Una forma moderna de esclavitud en
Puerto Rico
Session Organizer: Luisa Hernandez-Angueira, Universidad de
Puerto Rico
Chair: Cesar A Rey, Universidad de Puerto Rico
“La trata de personas: desde los derechos humanos hacia las
políticas públicas”: Cesar A Rey, Universidad de Puerto Rico
“Exclusión social y educativa: Caldo de cultivo para la narco
explotación de menores”: Sheila Pérez López
“Desde el rapto de mujeres al tráfico de mujeres en la
contemporaneidad.”: Luisa Hernandez-Angueira, Universidad
de Puerto Rico
Discussant: Carlos J Guilbe, Universidad de Puerto Rico
1109 // LAT - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Murphy 4
Latina/o Students in Higher Education: Stereotype Threat,
Identity Formation, and Resistance Narratives on College
Campuses
Disparate Lessons: How College Campuses Shape Panethnic
Boundaries and Identities Among Latino Students: Daisy V
Reyes, University of Connecticut
Exclusion y precariousness of Latinas in US academia: Maria
Teresa Vazquez Castillo, Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad
Juarez
Racial and Ethnic Identity, Stereotype Threat, and Performance
Burden Among Latinos at Elite Colleges and Universities:
Joanna M Pinto-Coelho, University of Pennsylvania
1110 // INT - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Ponce de Leon
A
Mixing Exiles, Counter-Revolutionaries, Social Scientists, and
Some Nukes: New Perspectives on Latin American
International Relations
Chair: Jerry Dávila, University of Illinois
Cuba’s ‘First Republican Exile,’ Anti-Imperial Politics, and the
Battle for American Hearts and Minds, 1926-1936: Randal
Sheppard, University of Cologne
Los Hijos de Ubico: Dissident Guatemalan Exiles and the
Transnational Counter-Revolution against the Guatemalan
Revolution, 1944-1954: Aaron C Moulton, University of
Arkansas at Fayetteville
Circumventing Imperialism in Latin American Social Sciences:
ECLA and the Making of Dependency Theory: Margarita M
Fajardo, Princeton University
Bringing the British Back In: Anglo-Chilean Relations in the 1960s:
James D Lockhart, University of Arizona
Discussant: Renata Nicole Keller, Boston University
1111 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Saturday, 4:00pm 5:45pm, San Cristobal A
Negotiating Identity: The Art Museum in Latin America
Sponsor: Visual Culture Studies
Chair: Michele Greet, George Mason University
Becoming Modern, One Museum at a Time: Architectural Style,
Cultural Translation and the Dream of an International Art
Movement: Mercedes Trelles-Hernandez, University of Puerto
Rico
An Itinerant Institution: Cuba’s Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes:
Ingrid W Elliott, Independent Scholar & Curator
Hacia una historia de los espacios sociales de museos y salas de
arte en Bogotá: Nadia X Moreno Moya, UNAM
1112 // MAS - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Maguey
Pensar en imágenes I. En torno a la fotografía latinoamericana.
Session Organizer: Paola L Cortés-Rocca, UNTREF (Universidad
de Tres de Febrero) / CONICET
Chair: Maria Lourdes Dávila, New York University
Sobre la extensión: retóricas contemporáneas del paisaje
fotográfico: Jens E Andermann, University of Zurich
La escritura en su lugar. El deseo del lápiz, de Eduardo Lalo: Maria
Lourdes Dávila, New York University
Fotografía como médium. Vida, animalidad y comunidad en Sergio
Larraín: Valeria de los Ríos, Instituto de Estética, Universidad
Católica de Chile
La imagen dentro de sí: Muñoz, Grosman y Stolkiner: Paola L
Cortés-Rocca, UNTREF (Universidad de Tres de Febrero) /
CONICET
1113 // LAB - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Murphy 3
Precariedad laboral en Puerto Rico: Exclusiones sociales y
subjetividades emergentes.
Session Organizer: Tania García-Ramos, Universidad de Puerto
Rico
Chair: Tania García-Ramos, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Precariedad del trabajo en Puerto Rico: Crisis del sistema mundo,
paradojas estatales y luchas de resistencia.: Tania GarcíaRamos, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Derechos, violencias y exclusiones de la Ley de Emergencia Fiscal
en Puerto Rico: Análisis de subjetividades emergentes.: Maribel
Báez Lebrón, University of Puerto Rico
Configuración de subjetividades en contextos de precariedad
laboral en Puerto Rico.: Roberto O Díaz Juarbe, Universidad de
Puerto Rico
La universidad en contextos de precariedad laboral: Subjetividades
emergentes de estudiantes y docentes en Puerto Rico.: Sara
Santiago-Estrada, Universidad de Puerto Rico-Río Piedras
Subjetividades emergentes y potencia de mujeres en la era del
postrabajo.: Ilia M Vázquez-Gascot, Universidad de Puerto
Rico
1114 // AFR - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Tropical A
Precariedad soberana: Excepción y naciones sin estado en los
Andes y la Amazonía
Session Organizers: Claudia A Arteaga, Rutgers University
Cristóbal Cardemil Krause, West Chester University
Chair: Cristóbal Cardemil Krause, West Chester University
La cuestión indígena en El sueño del celta (reflexiones en torno a su
ausencia): Cristóbal Cardemil Krause, West Chester University
“¡Pobrecitos chunchos!” Representaciones de resistencia indígena
en la Amazonia Peruana: Cinthya E Torres, Harvard University
Ética y representación: las comunidades indígenas de los Andes en
el cine latinoamericano contemporáneo: Iliana Pagán-
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Teitelbaum, University of Pennsylvania
Representación precaria y soberanías confrontadas en un
documental sobre la selva: Claudia A Arteaga, Rutgers
University
1115 // PER - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Foyer C
Precarious Performance/Resistance: Language Valorization in
Puerto Rico, Ventriloquism in the Yucatán, and Chilean
Pharmakon Performance
Chair: Rubén R Mendoza, University of California/Riverside
Aesthetic and Rhetorical "Discoveries" and Critical
Pedagogy/Performance: Combating the “Darker Side” of
Language Valorization and Neoliberal Consensus in Puerto
Rican Schools: Joelle Mendoza
Capitalist Exclusion vs. Radical Ventriloquism: From the Caste War
of Yucatán to the Zapatistas: Rick Mitchell, California State
University, Northridge
Neoliberal Subjectivity and Chilean Postdictatorship PerformanceDocumentation: Diamela Eltit, Pedro Alejandro Matta, and
Pharmakon Performance in Patricio Guzmán’s Documentary
Films: Rubén R Mendoza, University of California/Riverside
1116 // LAT - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 4
Presuntamente incompetentes: Autobiografías de Mujeres
Latinas en la academia estadounidense
Session Organizer: Bárbara I Abadía-Rexach, University of
Texas/Austin
Chair: Zazil E Reyes Garcia, University of the Incarnate Word
In my Fifties! A Mexican Woman Searching for Answers & Hoping
for Possibilities in U.S. Academia: Maria C Cavazos
Looking for Paradise! A Black Puerto Rican Woman & Presumed
Incompetent Spanish Instructor: Bárbara I Abadía-Rexach,
University of Texas/Austin
"Presuntamente incompleta”: Negociación y contestación de
identidades asignadas. De mujer de color a mestiza-caxlana:
Sandra Cañas, PROIMMSE-IIA-UNAM
Discussant: Elvia R Arriola, Northern Illinois University
1117 // CIT - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Las Olas
Public services and space in the neo-liberal city: precariousness,
exclusions and emergent practices
Sponsor: Track Special Session
Session Organizer: Marcela G Gonzalez Rivas, University of
Pittsburgh
Chair: Claudia C Zamorano, Centro de Investigaciónes y Estudios
Superiores en Antropología Social
Risk, Precarity, and New Forms of Urban Governance: Diane E
Davis, Harvard University
Planning Latin American Cities: Challenges and Possibilities: Clara
E Irazábal, Columbia University
Ciudad neoliberal – Ciudad en disputa: Estímulos de reflexión
crítica: Michael Janoschka, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
1118 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Saturday, 4:00pm 5:45pm, San Cristobal D
Re-orientando el debate critico en torno a "lo andino"
Sponsor: Bolivia
Chair: Núria Vilanova Pous, American University
Aproximaciones a la noción de "lo andino": Jorge F Coronado,
Northwestern University
Ambivalencia de lo sagrado en las discusiones actuales sobre "lo
andino": Fernando A Iturralde, University of Pittsburgh
Epistemologia andina descolonizadora (quechua-aymara) en los
textos de Gamaliel Churata: Jose Luis Ayala
Discussant: Elizabeth Monasterios, University of Pittsburgh
1119 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Saturday, 4:00pm 5:45pm, San Cristobal B
Relaciones Europa-América Latina y el Caribe en vísperas de la
Cumbre de Bruselas: transformaciones de las relaciones
transatlánticas y nuevas iniciativas de asociación y de
cooperación
Sponsor: Europe and Latin America
Chair: Gonzalo Sebastián Paz, Georgetown University
Los flujos económicos birregionales en un contexto de crecimiento
mediocre. Pistas para redinamizar las relaciones Unión
Europea – América Latina y el Caribe: Carlos A Quenan,
University de la Sorbonne Nouvelle
Una nueva etapa en las relaciones entre Cuba y la Unión Europea:
Carlos Alzugaray Treto, Revista Temas
Latin America between the European and Anglo-Saxon models of
Regional Integration: a relevant theoretical debate?: Stephan
Joseph J Sberro Picard, Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de
México
The impact of the Partnership on Trade and Investment between the
European Union and the United States (TTIP) on Latin
American relations with the EU: Joaquín Roy, University of
Miami
Discussant: Antonio Fidel Romero Gómez, Universidad de La
Habana
1120 // REL - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Guayacan
Religious Ritual and Identity Formation in Colonial Latin
America
Session Organizers: Tamara J Walker, University of Pennsylvania
Frances L Ramos, University of South Florida/Tampa
Chair: Frances L Ramos, University of South Florida/Tampa
King David of the Spanish Empire: Propaganda, Performance, and
the Defense of Bourbon Rule in Early Eighteenth-Century
Mexico: Frances L Ramos, University of South Florida/Tampa
The Battle for ‘Real’ Salvation: False Indulgences and the Stakes of
Ceremony in Colonial Mexico City: Benjamin Reed, University
of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
Religious Ceremony and Racial Difference in Colonial Lima, Peru:
Tamara J Walker, University of Pennsylvania
1121 // DEF - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, San Geronimo
Ballroom A
Seguridad y geopolítica
Chair: Harvey A Schoonover, Florida International University
Políticas de seguridad de CARICOM: perspectiva desde los
intereses geopolíticos estadounidenses en el Caribe: Maylin
Cabrera Agudo, Centro de Estudios Hemisféricos y sobre
Estados Unidos (CESHEU) de la Universidad de la Habana
Potencias medianas y el contrapeso cooperativo a Brasil: Un
estudio a la realidad de UNASUR: Jaime Baeza Freer,
Academia Nacional de Estudios Políticos y Estratégicos ANEPE
Chile; María Cristina Escudero Illanes, Universidad de Chile &
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
South American Regional Defense Integration and the Changing
Security Architecture of a Continent: Harvey A Schoonover,
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Florida International University
The strategic importance of regional alliances in the south: Luis F
Brunstein, Hiram College
A difícil cooperação em defesa na América do Sul: novas
institucionalidades e velhas mentalidades: Alexandre Fuccille,
UNESP (Universidade Estadual Paulista)
1122 // LTC - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Executive
Boardroom
Sinestesias Caribeñas: Convergencia del arte en la literatura del
Caribe Hispano
Chair: Monica C Llado Ortega, University of Puerto Rico at
Carolina
Luz, sombra y color en “El siglo de las luces” de Alejo Carpentier:
Carmen Z Perez
Sinestesia Caribeña: Función y fusión de las artes visuales en la
narrativa de Eduardo Lalo: Monica C Llado Ortega, University
of Puerto Rico at Carolina
Iconografía: Lo visual en la obra de Edgardo Rodríguez Juliá:
Benjamin Torres Caballero, Western Michigan Univeristy
1123 // ECO - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Salon del Mar
A
Social Policy Evaluation 2
Sponsor: Marcelo Paixão
Programas de Alimentação e Habitação na Venezuela e no Brasil
em perspectiva comparada.: Henrique Célio S Mattioda de
Lima, Universidade Federal de São Paulo; Luciana Rosa Souza,
UNIFESP
The Unintended Effects of a Well-Intended Policy: The Case of
Mexico’s Oportunidades: J. Alejandro A Tirado-Alcaraz, Texas
Tech University
Microcredit Differences in the Regulated Financial System: the
Peruvian case: Janina V Leon, Pontificia Universidad Católica/
Lima
1124 // INT - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Boardroom 3
South-South Cooperation
Chair: Magda Z Von der Heydt, Johns Hopkins University
A New Era of South-South Cooperation: Development Partnerships
between CARICOM, Cuba and Venezuela: Jessica M ByronReid, University of the West Indies
Cross-Regional Engagement Between ASEAN and Latin America Defining Barriers to Trade in the Malaysia-Chile Partnership:
Evelyn S Devadason, University of Malaya
El rediseño de la política exterior latinoamericana y su reencuentro
con África: Myrna Rodríguez-Añuez; Luis O Ochoa-Bilbao,
Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla
Evo Morales’s Neo-populism under the South- South
Relationshipss.: Magda Z Von der Heydt, Johns Hopkins
University
The politics of redistribution in Brazil: Sian G Herbert, University of
Birmingham
1125 // FIL - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, San Cristobal
E
The Child/Adolescent as Precarious Subject in Latin American
Film
Session Organizer: Sarah L Thomas, Brown University
Chair: Erin K Hogan, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Girls and Dolls: The Biopolitics of Gender and Race in Lucía
Puenzo’s Wakolda (2013)”: Erin K Hogan, University of
Maryland, Baltimore County
Infancia clandestina (2012): Between Political Struggle and the
Illusion of Normalcy: Cecilia Enjuto Rangel, University of
Oregon
Adolescence, Liminality, and the Uncanny in the Films of Lucrecia
Martel: Sarah L Thomas, Brown University
Discussant: Moira I Fradinger, Yale University
1126 // MLD - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Conference 8
The Displacement-Deportation Cycle in the Americas
Session Organizer: Sonja C Wolf, Centro de Investigación y
Docencias Económicas (CIDE)
Chair: Sonja C Wolf, Centro de Investigación y Docencias
Económicas (CIDE)
Displacement through Migration and the Weak State: The
Guatemalan Case: Susanne L Jonas, University of
California/Santa Cruz
Street Gang Harassment as a Factor for Internal and External
Displacement: The Case of El Salvador: Sonja C Wolf, Centro
de Investigación y Docencias Económicas (CIDE)
No Place for Children: The Central American Youth Exodus:
Elizabeth G Kennedy, San Diego State University & UC/Santa
Barbara
The Great Entrapment: Mass Detention of Mexicans and Central
Americans in the United States: Katie K Dingeman-Cerda,
University of Denver
Dismantling the School to Deportation Pipeline in California:
Undocumented Immigrants Embodying Membership through
Activism: Connie P McGuire, University of California/Irvine
1127 // TRA - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Foyer A
The Tricontinental Legacy: A Retrospective on Global
Revolution
Session Organizer: Lanie M Millar, University of Oregon
Chair: Anne Garland Mahler, University of Arizona
Solidarity and Precarity: African American Activists and the
Tricontinental Conference in Havana: Sarah J Seidman,
Museum of the City of New York
Revolution in Gray: Leonardo Padura’s El hombre que amaba a los
perros: Lanie M Millar, University of Oregon
The Island Where Tricontinentalism Ended: Ondjaki’s Sonhos Azuis
Pelas Esquinas: Stephen Henighan, University of Guelph
The (New) Global South in the Age of Global Capitalism: A Return
to the Tricontinental: Anne Garland Mahler, University of
Arizona
1128 // PIP - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Caribe
Unfolding State-Society Engagements: New Formulas for
Participation
Chair: Stephanie L McNulty, Franklin and Marshall College
Scaling down: Lowering the State to the Bases in Chavez’s
Venezuela: Michael M McCarthy, American University
Explaining Ethnic Corporatism in Ecuador: State and Society
Strength and the Reappearance of Historical Institutional
Structures: Sarah R Chartock, The College of New Jersey
Ciudadanos, Asociaciones e Intermediación en el México
Postransición: Ernesto Isunza Vera, Centro de Investigaciones y
Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social
Artful Bureaucrats and Bureaucratic Artists: Building State-Society
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Linkages Through Brazilian Cultural Policy: Anne C Gillman,
Johns Hopkins University
The Partisan Origins of Colombia's Weak Participatory Institutions:
Lindsay R Mayka, Colby College
Discussant: Jessica Alexis J Rich, Marquette University
1129 // HEA - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Tropical B
Whose or What Life?: Medical Knowledge, Social Order, and
Imperial Projects
Chair: Angel R Rodriguez, Harvard University
Determining Redeemability: Social Scientists and Prisoners in
Puerto Rico's Oso Blanco, 1930s-1950s: Alberto Ortiz Jr,
University of Wisconsin/Madison
Infectious Imperialism: Science, Syphilis, and Society in Guatemala
1946-1950: Angel R Rodriguez, Harvard University
“We Must Have the White Girl”: Americanization’s
Institutionalization of Racial Hierarchies in Nursing Education
in Puerto Rico: Ellen Walsh, Governors State University
Discussant: Steven P Palmer, University of Windsor
1130 // LAW - Panel - Saturday, 4:00pm - 5:45pm, Ponce de
Leon C
¿Radical Politics and/or Rule of Law in Mexico?
Session Organizer: Ivonne Del Valle, University of
California/Berkeley
Chair: Estelle C Tarica, University of California/Berkeley
The Rule of Law in Mexico: Questions from Historical and
Theoretical Perspectives: Estelle C Tarica, University of
California/Berkeley; Ivonne Del Valle, University of
California/Berkeley
México revolucionario: soberanía y dilemas de una sociedad en
armas: Alejandro Sanchez Lopera, University of Pittsburgh
El sentido de la omisión: sobre la impunidad en el México
contemporáneo: Yuri Herrera-Gutierrez, Tulane University
El consenso y la solidaridad étnica en la lucha indígena. El caso de
Cherán: Lorena Ojeda-Davila, Universidad Michoacana de San
Nicolás de Hidalgo
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1131 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Saturday, 6:00pm 7:45pm, San Cristobal D
(In)coherencias espaciales en Venezuela: acercamientos críticos
a la producción del espacio
Sponsor: Venezuelan Studies
Session Organizer: Amanda M Smith, Johns Hopkins University
Chair: Vicente Lecuna, Universidad Central de Venezuela
De Canaima al Parque Nacional Canaima: literatura, chamanismo
y la demarcación de espacios nacionales en la Orinoquía
venezolana: Amanda M Smith, Johns Hopkins University
Volver al futuro: de Imagen de Caracas (1967) a Parque Central
(1991): Vicente Lecuna, Universidad Central de Venezuela
Finding Other Spaces for Expression: Isla Presidencial, A Critique
of Contemporary Politics: N Carolina Bloem, University of
Utah
La Torre de David y El lejano Oeste: una reflexión sobre el caos
temporo-espacial de la Caracas del siglo XXI: Julieta D Omana
Celebrar la excepción: espacios de la soberanía en la política
venezolana reciente: Pedro Varguillas, Northwestern University
1132 // LTC - Workshop - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Murphy
6
Aproximaciones a poéticas indígenas: traducción, poesía,
contextos y descolonialidad
Sponsor: Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Chair: Graciela C Huinao Alarcon, Independent Mapuche-Williche
Poet and Narrator
Presenters: Allison B Ramay, Pontificia Universidad Católica de
Chile
Paula Andrea Miranda Herrera, Pontificia Universidad Católica de
Chile
Margaret A Towner, Loyola Marymount University
Susan A Foote, Universidad de Concepción
1133 // CUL - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference 9
Beyond the State: Popular Culture and Anti-State Resistance in
Brazil and Puerto Rico
Chair: Silvia Spitta, Dartmouth College
Em plena democracia: A representacão de justiça criminal no
documentário brasileiro contemporâneo: Kristal R Bivona,
University of California Los Angeles
"(Re)claiming the Precarious Space of Nuyorico through Popular
Culture: David Dulceany, Duke University
Performing in Cardboard: Dulcinéia Catadora’s Book Publishing
“Interventions”: Elizabeth M Gray, Brown University
Excessive Formality: Use of Language from Bernardo Carvalho’s
Teatro to the Comissão Nacional da Verdade: Giulia Ricco,
Duke University
1134 // HIS - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, San Cristobal
G
Cold Warriors and Technocrats: Experts and Expertise in the
Latin American Countryside
Session Organizer: Timothy W Lorek, Yale University
Chair: Rebecca A Tally, Cornell University
Trees, Beans, and Bullets: Forestry, Development, and
Counterinsurgency in Northern Guatemala, 1960-1970: anthony
w andersson, New York University
South by Southwest: Agricultural Development Exchange between
Puerto Rico and Colombia’s Cauca Valley, 1920-1960: Timothy
W Lorek, Yale University
Rumors, Revolts, and Reses: Local Responses to Foot-and-Mouth
Disease Eradication in Cold War Mexico: Thomas G Rath,
University College London
The Mountain of Death and the Selegua Gap: The United States,
Highway Engineers, and the Early Cold War in Central
America: Eric Rutkow, Yale University
Discussant: Gabriela M Soto Laveaga, University of
California/Santa Barbara
1135 // CUL - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Boardroom 3
Cuban Utopias: Jewish and Other Quests for Home
Chair: Rosa Perelmuter, Univ of North Carolina/Chapel Hill
Inserción de la inmigración hebrea en el contexto económico
cubano en las décadas del 30 y 40: Adriana Hernández Gómez
de Molina, Universidad de La Habana
Los sucesos del buque San Luis: una página excluida de la historia
nacional: Adriana Sosa
The Campaign for the State of Israel in Cuba in the 1950s: Rosa
Perelmuter, Univ of North Carolina/Chapel Hill
Future diasporas imagined in Cuban science fiction: David L Frye,
University of Michigan
The Changing Meaning of Diaspora: Notes on the New Cuban
Culture: Ruth Behar, University of Michigan/Ann Arbor
1136 // LAW - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Ponce de
Leon B
Derecho de Propiedad y Bienes Comunes. Teorías, prácticas y
críticas desde América Latina
Chair: Carlos M Rivera-Lugo, Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto
de Mayagüez
El derecho a la propiedad entre subsistencia y dominación. Apuntes
críticos de las perspectivas jurídicas marxistas en Cuba: Mylai
Burgos Matamoros, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
La dialéctica afirmativa de lo común: Carlos M Rivera-Lugo,
Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Mayagüez
El dilema de la propiedad común/colectiva en el capitalismo global:
Seyka V Sandoval
Discussant: Ailynn Torres Santana, Universidad de La Habana
1137 // EDU - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, San Cristobal
F
Desafíos actuales del Sistema Educativo Mexicano (SEM)
Chair: Monica Liliana I Jacobo-Suarez, CIDE
“Abriendo la caja negra del presupuesto de la educación superior
en México”: Sebastián Garrido de Sierra, CIDE
“Tiempo de aprender. Un estudio sobre la organización del uso del
tiempo en las escuelas mexicanas”: Ana E Razo, Centro de
Investigación y Docencia Económicas
” Responsabilidad moral y penal en el caso escolar: El caso
mexicano”: Juan Espindola, University of Michigan
“Diáspora en retorno: reinserción de niños y jóvenes migrantes
retornados al sistema educativo mexicano”: Monica Liliana I
Jacobo-Suarez, CIDE
1138 // GEN - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Murphy 5
Educación, Ciencia y Género
Chair: Ana María Tepichin Valle, El Colegio de México A.C.
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La identidad materna universitaria: modificaciones sobre el estigma
de la madre soltera: Rosa Maria Huerta Mata
Género y Orientación profesional. Un estudio de caso con
estudiantes universitarios.: Succel Pardini Gonzalez
Representaciones de género en contextos de pobreza: límites y
alcances para la actividad económica de las mujeres.: Ana
María Tepichin Valle, El Colegio de México A.C.
1139 // LTC - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference 5
Escritura de viaje: precariedades, privilegios y migración
(Segunda Parte)
Session Organizer: Enrique M Bernales Albites, Arkansas State
University
Chair: Paolo de Lima, Universidad de Lima / UNMSM
Migraciones y precariedades identitarias en El último viaje de
Camilo de Miguel Ildefonso: Paolo de Lima, Universidad de
Lima / UNMSM
El viaje estático en cuentos argentinos de los noventa.: Danisa G
Bonacic, Simmons College
“La juventud en la otra ribera” de Julio Ramón Ribeyro: Viajes y
precariedades: Giancarla Di Laura, Prairie View A&M
University
1140 // BIO - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Las Olas
Extractivist Economies, Ethnographies of Plunder
Session Organizers: Jennifer S Bowles, University of Michigan
Federico M Helfgott, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San
Marcos/Universidad Antonio Ruiz de Montoya
Chair: Jennifer S Bowles, University of Michigan
Nature, Extraction and Rent: The Values and Meanings of Land in a
High-Altitude Mining Region: Federico M Helfgott, Universidad
Nacional Mayor de San Marcos/Universidad Antonio Ruiz de
Montoya
Bolivian Native Politics and Mining Corporations: Margarita
Huayhua, University of Texas
When a Defective Child is Born: Dissident Voices from Fields of
Plunder in Argentina: Jennifer S Bowles, University of
Michigan
Informal Mining, Indigenous Communities and Extractivism in
Northwest Amazonia: Esteban Rozo, Universidad del Rosario
1141 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Saturday, 6:00pm 7:45pm, San Cristobal A
Feminismos académicos y movilidad internacional: realidades,
problemáticas actuales y silencios que persisten
Sponsor: Gender and Feminist Studies
Session Organizer: Beatriz Padilla, Universidade do Minho
Chair: Thais F França Silva, University of Minho
Is there space for Latin American immigrant women in the global
science?: Thais F França Silva, University of Minho
Movilidades academicas y produccion de conocimiento. Una
perspectiva desde el cono sur: Carolina Mera, Universidad de
Buenos Aires/CONICET
Discussant: Edmé Domínguez Reyes, Universidad de Göteborg
1142 // LST - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference 8
Fronteras físicas y literarias: una mirada sobre la precariedad
desde la narrativa del sur
Chair: Veronica Castro, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Identidad y precariedad: las fronteras entre ficción y realidad en la
reconstrucción de la memoria en Formas de volver a casa y La
vida en las ventanas: Marielsie Nunez Marrero, Universidad de
Puerto Rico
Exclusión permeable: una lectura a la frontera de género en el
Síndrome de Ulises de Santiago Gamboa: Vanesa Contreras,
University of Puerto Rico
“Los espacios privados en la ciudad en Habitaciones privadas, de
Cristina Peri Rossi: lugares de conflictos, exclusiones y
precariedades”: Zahira M Vega-Agosto, Universidad de Puerto
Rico
1143 // LST - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Murphy 2
Genealogías de la precariedad: Escrituras contemporáneas del
Cono Sur
Sponsor: alter/nativas: revista de estudios culturales
Session Organizer: Ana M Del Sarto, Ohio State University
Chair: María Inés Lagos, University of Virginia
Confesiones subalternas: Subjetivación, relato y culpa en tres
novelas argentinas y chilenas de la posdictadura: Macarena L
Areco, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
La precariedad a través de los afectos en la escritura de mujeres:
Ana M Del Sarto, Ohio State University
En estado vulnerable: sujetos femeninos en Tununa Mercado y Lina
Meruane: María Inés Lagos, University of Virginia
1144 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Saturday, 6:00pm 7:45pm, San Cristobal B
Intergovernmental Politics in Latin America: New Research
Agendas
Sponsor: Subnational Politics and Society
Chair: Lucas I Gonzalez, CONICET/Universidad Católica
Argentina-Universidad Nacional de San Martin
Recentralization after decentralization? A recent account from
México: Juan C Olmeda, El Colegio de Mexico
The New Colombian System of Royalties: Decentralisation or
Recentralisation?: Julian D Lopez-Murcia, University of Oxford
Analyzing the effects of subnational state capacities on
intergovernmental relations. Evidence from Argentina and
Mexico: Laura Flamand, El Colegio de México
Partisanship, Public Opinion, and the Federal Balance of Power in
Brazil: Amanda I Fidalgo, Pennsylvania State University
Discussant: Lucas I Gonzalez, CONICET/Universidad Católica
Argentina-Universidad Nacional de San Martin
1145 // MTG - Meeting - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Flamingo
D
LASA Section Chairs Meeting
Contact Person: Debra A Castillo, Cornell University
1146 // CSS - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference 4
La Irrupción emergente del Estado Plurinacional de Bolivia: los
movimientos sociales, la situación de la mujer y la economía
en el nuevo siglo
Session Organizer: Taily Vargas López, Universidad de Oriente
Chairs: Aleagna Cabrera Milanés, Havana University
Oderkis Tamayo Cardero
El movimiento social boliviano: estructuras y formas organizativas
para derrocar al gobierno neoliberal: Aleagna Cabrera Milanés,
Havana University
Análisis de la situación sociocultural de la mujer en Bolivia:
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progresos y debilidades.: Taily Vargas López, Universidad de
Oriente
Análisis económico en Bolivia: utilización del enfoque Box-Jenkins
para la estimación de los precios del azúcar en el mercado
mundial.: Adriana Cabrera Milanés, Universidad de Oriente;
Oderkis Tamayo Cardero
Discussant: Adriana Cabrera Milanés, Universidad de Oriente
1147 // SEC - LASA Section Presentation - Saturday, 6:00pm 7:45pm, San Cristobal C
La política sub-nacional en el Perú: nuevos enfoques
Sponsor: Peru
Chair: Jorge Aragón, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
Trayectorias políticas en el ámbito sub-nacional peruano: José L
Incio, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
Más allá de la democracia nacional: regímenes políticos subnacionales en el Perú contemporáneo: Daniel Encinas Zevallos,
Universidad Católica del Perú
La política sub-nacional en el Perú desde su dinámica electoral: Un
análisis de las elecciones sub-nacionales entre el 2002 y el
2014: Jorge Aragón, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
Discussant: Stephanie L McNulty, Franklin and Marshall College
1148 // CIT - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference 6
Learning from 27F: Assessing the urban reconstruction process
after the 2010 earthquake in Chile
Sponsor: Latin Lab, Columbia University, New York; Santiago
Research Cell, Chile
Session Organizer: Clara E Irazábal, Columbia University
Chair: Roberto Moris, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
Aprendizajes Institucionales del terremoto y maremoto del
27/Febrero 2010 Chile: Isabel Serra Benitez, Universidad Diego
Portales
La dimensión comunitaria en el tratamiento de las emergencias ante
desastres socionaturales: Un tema ausente en la política
pública: Jorge Antonio Larenas Salas, Universidad de Chile
Learning from 27F: Caso de Relocalización de familias
damnificadas en Talca: Francisco Letelier, Universidad Católica
del Maule
Invisible communities become resilient communities: The case of
Pelluhue in the Chilean liberalization of reconstruction: Roberto
Moris, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
1149 // LTC - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Flamingo C
Lejos de dónde. Distancias, atajos y desvíos en las traducciones
latinoamericanas
Session Organizer: Maria Julia Rossi, John Jay College, CUNY
Chair: Maria Julia Rossi, John Jay College, CUNY
Traducciones a destajo: el oscuro origen de lo literario: Martin L
Gaspar, Bryn Mawr College
Cartografías intelectuales plurales: praxis traductora y revistas
culturales latinoamericanas: María Constanza Guzmán, York
University/Glendon College
Humor in Translation: Adolfo Bioy Casares: Suzanne Jill J Levine,
University of California/Santa Barbara
"Twisted Tongues: Translation and the (De)Formation of the
Argentine Nation in Néstor Ponce's El intérprete and Pedro
Mairal's El año del desierto": Heather Cleary Wolfgang,
Whitman College
1150 // LST - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Flamingo A
Memoria chilena
Chair: Silvia Goldman, North Central College
La poesía y la ley en (Nuevos) sermones y prédicas del Cristo de
Elqui: Felipe A Hugueno
Juego, memoria e identidad en I Tu y en Caleu está soñando de
Cecilia Vicuña.: Silvia Goldman, North Central College
La escritura autoficcional en la narrativa chilena reciente:
Constanza A Ternicier Espinosa
Childhood and Adolescence in the Short Stories of Andrea
Jeftanovic and Andrea Maturana: An Aesthetics of Uncertainty:
Alexandru V Lefter, University of South Dakota
Viñetas y afectos truncados: miedo y subversión en el cómic chileno
durante el gobierno pinochetista: Alberto López Martín, Florida
State University
1151 // LAT - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Murphy 4
Migracion, Familias y masculinidades
Chair: Karen I Tejada, University of Hartford
Going Beyond the ‘Refugee’: Examining Salvadorans’
Incorporation Process (1980-2010) in the U.S.: Karen I Tejada,
University of Hartford; Gilberto Marzan, Bronx Community
College
Padres nuestros: Paternidad y nación en el cine de la inmigración
México-Estados Unidos: Elena Deanda-Camacho, Washington
College Modern Languages Department
“Macho Nation: Chicano Soldiering, Sexuality and Manhood
during the Vietnam War.”: Steven Rosales, University of
Arkansas
Viviendo en las sombras”: estrategias de adaptación de las familias
inmigrantes mexicanas en Arizona (2007-2013): Eduardo Torre
Cantalapiedra, El Colegio de México
1152 // DEF - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, San Geronimo
Ballroom A
Narcotráfico, violencia e inseguridad en tres países de América
Latina
Session Organizer: Rigoberto Soria Romo, Universidad de
Guadalajara
Chair: Carlos C López Portillo Tostado
Who’s the Boss? Cartels and Political Parties in Mexico: Aldo F
Ponce, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE)
Una Estimación Del Costo De La Violencia y La Inseguridad En
Las Entidades Federativas De México: Rigoberto Soria Romo,
Universidad de Guadalajara
La Dimensión Local Del Binomio Seguridad Pública –
Participación Ciudadana: El Caso del Consejo Estatal de
Seguridad Pública de Sinaloa: Carlos C López Portillo Tostado
Discussant: Aldo F Ponce, Centro de Investigación y Docencia
Económicas (CIDE)
1153 // REL - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Garita
Nuevos imaginarios y actores religiosos en la cambiante
actualidad cubana.
Chair: Ofelia Pérez Cruz, Centro de Investigaciones Psicológicas y
Sociológicas
Resignificaciones de lo religioso en Cuba. Impactos en el contexto
actual.: Ofelia Pérez Cruz, Centro de Investigaciones
Psicológicas y Sociológicas
Iglesia Católica en Cuba: actitudes y expresiones de pensamiento en
sus publicaciones habaneras: Maximiliano Fco Trujillo Lemes,
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Universidad de La Habana
Impactos de las nuevas espiritualidades en el campo religioso
cubano: Sonia Jiménez Berrios, Centro de Investigaciones
Psicológicas y Sociológicas
El Islam en Cuba: Mairim Febles-Pérez, CIPS
Discussant: Maximiliano Fco Trujillo Lemes, Universidad de La
Habana
1154 // PIP - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Salon del Mar
A
Party Systems in Latin America
Chair: Gabriela S Tarouco, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco
Brazilian party system development in the post-Lula era: the
evolution of state-level clans: Daniel J Epstein, Colgate
University
Electoral governance, vulnerability, and democratic competition in
Latin America: Gabriela S Tarouco, Universidade Federal de
Pernambuco
Public Evaluations of Electoral Institutions in Mexico: An Analysis
of the IFE and TRIFE in the 2006 & 2012 Elections: Xavier
Medina Vidal, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State
University; Antonio Ugues Jr, St. Mary's College of Maryland
Discussant: Antonio Ugues Jr, St. Mary's College of Maryland
1155 // MAS - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Maguey
Pensar en imágenes II. En torno a la fotografía latinoamericana.
Chair: Paola L Cortés-Rocca, UNTREF (Universidad de Tres de
Febrero) / CONICET
Poses de Fin de Siglo: la fotografía de estudio en el siglo XIX
Latinoamericano.: Alejandra Uslenghi, Northwestern University
El dispositivo fotográfico y la guerra fría mexicana.: Andrea Noble,
University of Durham
Contra lo documental en la fotografía decimonónica: el album de
Antonio Pozzo: M Candela Marini, Duke University
Discussant: Roberto J Tejada, University of Houston
1156 // LST - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Murphy 7
Piglia: algunas lecturas últimas
Chair: Daniel Bret Leraul, Cornell University
Acercamiento a una poética de las ruinas: los últimos lectores de La
biblioteca de Babel: Maria C Monsalve, University of Maryland
Genealogía del anarquismo literario: El camino de Ida de Ricardo
Piglia (2012):: Cecilia M Lopez Badano, Universidad
Autónoma de Querétaro
The Campus Novel a la argentina: Pola Oloixarac and Ricardo
Piglia: Daniel Bret Leraul, Cornell University
1157 // LTC - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Flamingo B
Precarious Cities in Latin(o) America
La precariedad invisible: modernidad, propaganda y exclusión
social en la Caracas de los años 50: Gustavo Guerrero,
University of Cergy-Pontoise / Ecole Normale Superieure
Pequeno guia sujo de Salvador: percursos imagéticos sobre o
precário da Bahia: Elane A Oliveira, Universidade Federal do
Rio de Janeiro / Faculdade Cearense
Precariedad, duelo y vida erótica en el Nueva York latino de los
1980s: Arnaldo Cruz-Malave, Fordham University
Espacios precarios y residuales: El Santurce de Mundo cruel de
Luis Negrón: Myrna Garcia-Calderon, Syracuse University
1158 // EDU - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Salon del Mar
B
Precarious positions: Evasão dos estudantes nas Américas
Chair: Marília C Morosini, Pontificia Universidade Católica do Rio
Grande do Sul
Inclusão e permanência no ensino técnico profissional: Adriana M
Oliveira, Faculdade de Tecnologia SENAI Porto Alegre
Female Student Veterans: College Choice and Persistence: Amy
Heitzman, University of Texas/Austin
Estudo Nacional sobre Internacionalização e permanência de
concluintes de graduação no Brasil: Marília C Morosini,
Pontificia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul
Causas de Abando e Decisoes do Estudante Relativas ao Abandono
de Estudos no Ensino Superior em uma Universidade no Brazil:
James E Cofer, Missouri State University; Patricia Somers,
University of Texas/Austin; Bettina Steren dos Santos,
Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul
Promoting student and faculty engagement: Suchitra Gururaj,
University of Texas at Austin
Discussant: James E Cofer, Missouri State University
1159 // DEF - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Ponce de Leon
C
"Tráfico Ilícito de Drogas: dinámica y mecanismos de control en
América Latina”
Chair: Luis Alejandro Astorga Almanza, Universidad Nacional
Autónoma de México
Jerarquías del estado vs jerarquías criminales: formas de presencia
y control territorial de las organizaciones de traficantes en tres
ciudades latinoamericanas.: César Alarcón, Colectiva por una
Política Integral hacia las Drogas
Difuminando las fronteras de la seguridad pública y la seguridad
nacional: la participación de las Fuerzas Armadas en el
combate a la delincuencia organizada: Yadira Galvez, National
Autonomous University of Mexico -UNAM
Hacia un modelo analítico de las capacidades estatales en espacios
sub-nacionales: una lectura desde resistencia a la erradicación
de hoja de coca en una cuenca cocalera del Perú: Nicolas A
Zevallos, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
Los efectos de los problemas de implementación del régimen de
fiscalización de insumos químicos en los patrones de desvío en
el Perú entre los años 2007 y 2011.: Sofia Isabel Vizcarra
Castillo, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
1160 // PIP - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Caribe
Re-elected Presidents: The Legacies of Long Executive Power
Session Organizers: Catherine M Conaghan, Queen's University
Carlos De La Torre, University of Kentucky
Chair: Catherine M Conaghan, Queen's University
Legados del Segundo Gobierno de Hugo Chaverz (2007-2013):
Margarita López Maya, Universidad Central de
Venezuela/CENDES
Evaluating the Kirchner Years: Enrique Peruzzotti, Universidad
Torcuato Di Tella
Surveil and Sanction: Rafael Correa's Regulatory Revolution:
Catherine M Conaghan, Queen's University
Crafting Path-Dependence: Re-election and Populist Governance in
the Andes: Julio F Carrion, University of Delaware
The Populist Temptation to Remain in Power Forever: Carlos De La
Torre, University of Kentucky
Discussant: Kenneth M Roberts, Cornell University
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1161 // LAB - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Murphy 3
Re-imagining Labor in Puerto Rico: Cultura, Género y
Resistencia
Chair: Blanca G Silvestrini, Univeristy of Connecticut
Imagining Resistance: Organizing the Puerto Rican Southern
Agricultural Strike of 1905: Jorell A Meléndez-Badillo,
University of Connecticut
Luisa Capetillo: Estratégica y transversal: Teresa Peña Jordán,
Universidad de Puerto Rico
Acting Up: Puerto Rican Labor Theater in the Early Twentieth
Century: Carlos S Sanabria, Hostos Community College, CUNY
La lucha de la mujer trabajadora en Puerto Rico a principios del
siglo XX: Bianca M Medina
Discussant: Maria del Carmen D Baerga Santini, University of
Puerto Rico/Rio Piedras
1162 // HIS - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Conference 3
Rebellious Subjects, Greedy Rivals, and a Precarious Empire:
Bourbon Dilemmas in Spanish America
Session Organizer: Maria Barbara Zepeda Cortes, Lehigh University
Chair: Maria Barbara Zepeda Cortes, Lehigh University
Militarization and Local Governance in Spanish American Strategic
Provinces under Philip V: The Mechanisms of Social Insertion
of Provincial Governors among Local Elites: Francisco A Eissa
Barroso, University of Manchester
Ten Things You Did Not Know about José de Gálvez: A
Reassessment of His Role as a Reformer of the Spanish Empire,
1765-1787: Maria Barbara Zepeda Cortes, Lehigh University
The Other Coup of April 1810: Bourbon Reformers and the
Unraveling of Venezuela: Olga Gonzalez-Silen, California State
University San Marcos
1163 // MLD - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Boardroom 2
Reconfiguración de las movilizaciones humanas en contextos
violentos
Session Organizer: Cristina Gómez Johnson, Centro Regional de
Investigaciones Multidisciplinarias (CRIM-UNAM)
Chair: Cristina Gómez Johnson, Centro Regional de Investigaciones
Multidisciplinarias (CRIM-UNAM)
De la locura a la esperanza? El Salvador, 40 años de violencia y de
violaciones a derechos humanos: Laura Teresa Sánchez Uriarte,
Universidad Iberoamericana
¿Salida forzosa o migración tradicional? ¿Cómo impacta el
incremento de la violencia en El Salvador y México, en las
nuevas migraciones?: Cristina Gómez Johnson, Centro Regional
de Investigaciones Multidisciplinarias (CRIM-UNAM)
Perilous peripheries: The production of immigrant precarity in the
Mexican and U.S. borderlands: Kathleen J Sexsmith, Cornell
University
Brisas del noroeste: causas que tipifican a la más reciente
emigración cubana: Carlos Manuel Álvarez Rodríguez
Discussant: Kathleen J Sexsmith, Cornell University
1164 // INT - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Ponce de Leon
A
Regionalismos, globalización y pugnas suramericanas
Sponsor: UNIFESP-Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Session Organizer: Oscar Orlando Simmonds Pachón, Pontificia
Universidad Javeriana
Chair: Carolina S Pedroso, Univesidade Estadual Paulista
¿El ocaso de la Doctrina Monroe? Colombia y Brasil, entre el norte
de siempre y un sur renovado: Ricardo Betancourt Vélez,
Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
La Alianza del Pacífico ante el proceso de construcción de una
Región Suramericana: Rafael Fernando Castro Alegría
Regionalismos y gubernamentalidades regionales suramericanos:
una aproximación desde los governmentality studies: Oscar
Orlando Simmonds Pachón, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
1165 // SLS - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Foyer C
Sexuality in Latin America across Space, Time, and Ideology
Sponsor: Shawn Schulenberg
Chair: Carson E Morris, University of New Mexico
Pobreza, heteronormatividad y discriminación: Exclusión de
personas TLGBI en las políticas públicas de salud en la región
andina: Martin Jaime, Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru
Continuities and Ruptures in the Cultural Production of Striptease
Under Chilean Democracy and Dictatorship: Carson E Morris,
University of New Mexico
¿Por qué ‘lo queer’ sí da?: A Schematic Analysis of ‘Queer’ in the
Ecuadorian Context: Maria Celleri
Baroque Revolutionaries, Communist Fags, and Risky Friendships:
Reading the Politics of Friendship in Fresa y chocolate.:
Christina M García, University of California, Irvine
1166 // LIN - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Ceiba
Sociolingüística/Lingüística: Discurso
Discurso de poder e inclusión en el tratamiento a población
desplazada en Colombia.: Yolima Rodríguez Jiménez,
Universidad Autónoma de Colombia
En busca de un nombre en Cuba: dimensión lingüística y jurídica:
Aurora M Camacho Barreiro, Instituto de LIteratura y
Lingüística
El "parlache", jerga de marginados, restringida para marginados.:
Carolina Chaves
Discussant: Márcia L Lopes Reis, UNESP - Universidade Estadual
Paulista
1167 // EDU - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Executive
Boardroom
Subverting Instabilities through Creative Outreach
Programming
Sponsor: Consortium of Latin American Studies Programs (CLASP)
Chair: Natalie C Arsenault, University of Chicago
Expanding Education: Lessons from a Teacher Study Tour to
Mexico: Emily S Chavez, Duke University
Drawing on Local Strengths for An Asset-Based Approach to K-12
Outreach: Keira Philipp-Schnurer, University of New Mexico
Connecting Existing Programs: Enriching Professional
Development without Reinventing the Wheel: Molly A
Aufdermauer, Stanford University
1168 // AFR - Workshop - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Tropical
C
Theorizing Race, Blackness, and the Dominican Republic
Chair: Raj Chetty, St. John's University
Presenters: Ariadna M Godreau Aubert
Micah W Wright, Texas A&M University
Yanick St Jean, NorthWest Arkansas Community College
Discussant: Lorgia H García Peña, Harvard University
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1169 // FIL - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, San Cristobal
E
¿Nuevo? ¿Cine? ¿Latinoamericano? : Crisis, redefiniciones y
emergencias en las formas de producción, comercialización y
representación cinematográfica de lo latinoamericano
Session Organizer: Lioman Lima Padrón, Universidad de La Habana
Chair: Anaeli Ibarra Caceres
¿Nuevo? ¿Cine? ¿Latinoamericano? : Crisis, redefiniciones y
emergencias en las formas de producción, comercialización y
representación cinematográfica de lo latinoamericano: Lioman
Lima Padrón, Universidad de La Habana
El Nuevo Cine Latinoamericano (ya) no existe: Lioman Lima
Padrón, Universidad de La Habana
El yo, el otro y el nosotros, construcciones de la identidad
cinematográfica de América Latina en los inicios del siglo XXI:
Pedro Enrique Moya
El Nuevo Cine Latinoamericano y las estrategias transnacionales de
industrialización de la diferencia en el contexto de una
economía cultural: Anaeli Ibarra Caceres
Discussant: Salvador Salazar-Navarro, Universidad de la Habana
1170 // CUL - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Tropical B
¿Qué valor? Cuerpos, clases, naciones y el precio cultural de la
modernidad
La larga vista del colonizador: juzgando las virtudes y malicias del
Nuevo Mundo: Natalie J Ramirez-Linares, Harvard University
Las notas al pie del Imperio: Ventajas marginales en las narrativas
filipinas y caribeñas: Ernest A Hartwell, Harvard University
"El objeto estético no entraba en mis cálculos": obscenidad,
literatura y valor en el proceso a Nanina.: Patricio Orellana,
New York University
“¡Qué triste es la prudencia!”: La teatralización de la crisis
argentina de 2001 en Bizarra de Rafael Spregelburd: Anna
White-Nockleby, Harvard University
1171 // LTC - Panel - Saturday, 6:00pm - 7:45pm, Murphy 1
“The Precariousness of Feeling Anew: Affects and Emotions in
the Latin American Avant-gardes”
Chair: Brais D Outes-Leon, Northwestern University
“An Ephemeral Yearning to Act: Structures of Feeling and
Communitas in Cuba’s Avant-Gardes”: Vicky Unruh,
University of Kansas
“Intermittence”: Michelle A Clayton, Brown University
“What’s So Funny? Humor and Emotionality in ‘Estridentismo’ and
¡30-30!”: Tatiana E Flores, Rutgers University
“‘Einfühlung’ and the Rise of the Machine Subject in the Latin
American Avant-garde”: Brais D Outes-Leon, Northwestern
University
Discussant: Viviane A Mahieux, University of California/Irvine
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