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Documents Flashcards Grammar checker. The Congress program builds on the wide variety of approaches and epistemologies that emerge from multiple positionalities and diverse geopolitical locations in collectively re-imagining Latin American studies for the 21st century.

Alvarez Plenaries are invited sessions designed to speak directly to the Congress theme and together will provide an unprecedented overview of the diversity, breadth, and depth of the field across the globe. The thematic plenary sessions include: El lugar de Puerto Rico en los estudios latinoamericanos y latinos. My debt of gratitude to the colleagues who graciously agreed to organize these stellar, intellectually provocative plenary sessions is immensurable.

Round Table Forum with the Editors. Again, we are grateful to those who put in so much of their valuable time and effort to offer us such extraordinary programming.

We also greatly appreciate the contributions of many members and of the Open Society Institute, Inter-American Foundation, and MacArthur Foundation whose generous support made it possible for us to bring Latin America-based scholars to participate in many these as well as numerous sessions in the general Congress program, which is also exceptionally rich and varied this year.

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To compensate the civic-minded, business will be followed immediately by pleasure: Indeed, we hope all of you will make time to enjoy the many pleasures and cultural and historical treasures San Juan holds in store throughout your days at the Congress.

The recent thinking among the LASA membership and its executive officers regarding the importance of decentering Latin American Studies from its historically U. The Caribbean and Puerto Rico in particular are ideal sites of transition into this new phase.

If the Caribe Hilton, our meeting hotel, was originally built to develop and serve the increasing tourist industry on the island, in March LASA panelists will use this same location to challenge, question, and examine the very hegemonic models of nation, progress, modernity, development and globalization that informed the original construction plans that the Caribe Hilton represents.

It is indeed important and meaningful to meet in Latin America precisely because this world region has been experiencing significant changes in political leadership, trade, cultural productions and performances, new forms of democratization, transnationalism, nationalism and globalization.


Other developing regions of the world are now looking at novel Latin American models of resistance and adaptation to the imposed global economies. Puerto Rico is a living example of these adaptations and contradictions. During this two-year process, we have learned a lot of new things about the LASA structure, about making interdisciplinarity work, about the importance of finding a place for, and balancing established fields with more cutting-edge approaches.

Despite important changes in the Program Tracks, we are pleased that our track chairs were able to create panels that accommodate longstanding research agendas as well as incorporate new ones. Our goal was to be as inclusive as possible given the limitations of our meeting space in a year characterized by a record number of applications.

Congress planning is by definition a team effort and our work would be impossible without the collaboration and support of our Congress co-organizers. As Program Co-Chairs we would like to thank the hard work and engagement of the Track Chairs, who were so generous with their time last spring.

We would also like to express our thanks to the panel chairs who generously accepted last minute changes and to the Executive Committee who placed their confidence in our skills and vision. DancisinSandy Klinzing, and Sonia E. Alvarez for making this work so surprisingly easy and pleasant.

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Ello lo he realizado sobre todo en la UNAM. Para ello obtuve del Dr. El libro ha sido objeto de traducciones a quince idiomas. Dicho en otras palabras, no se presentaban programas de trabajo ni evaluaciones y en muchos casos las ausencias eran casi afrocolpmbianos. Considero que fue un logro organizar al Instituto. Esto afrocolobianos tenido un eco entre grupos de otras lenguas mesoamericanas.

Creo que esos congresos prepararon el camino de lo que luego ha ocurrido. Otros proyectos he dirigido. He tenido muchas satisfacciones en la vida.

The Lecture will be given by William M. Saturday, March 18, 2: Sybille Fischer for Modernity Disavowed: Haiti and the Cultures of Slavery in the Age of Revolution. Friday March 17, 8: Admission to all events is free for registered attendees. A reception will follow at the Caribe Hilton swimming pool. There is no admission charge for registered Congress attendees.

Non-registered guests are admitted only if accompanied by a Congress registrant. No tickets will be available at the door. For your convenience, transportation will be provided between the Congress hotel and the university campus at the beginning and end of colloquium.

The goals of the colloquium are: Migration, other intersections and new social actors. Transferring from the airport to your hotel usually requires taking a taxi, although some hotels provide complimentary transportation to their properties in special buses.

Puerto Afrocolombiaanos Tourism Company representatives at the airport will assist you in finding the right transportation. Major car rental agencies are located at the airport, and others offer free transportation to their off-airport sites.

To receive reimbursement, the parent must submit the original bill from the caregiver, with the name s of the child renand the dates of the service, to the LASA Secretariat on or before April 15, Many other hotels are located within a short distance of these and can be reached by walking. Due to the large number of hotels in San Juan, it is not possible for us to provide transportation to all of them. Shuttles from the Congress site will stop on the corner of Los Rosales Street in front of the Normandie.


No exceptions can be made. The deadline for preregistration was December 15, Preregistrants receive an official badge card as confirmation, which paea be worn at all times. Registration will be open Tuesday, 3: If you are leaving earlier, you can pick aortes up right after your panel presentation. Thursday and Friday, Note that each session is assigned a sequence number.

The meeting day is divided into five blocks of 1 hour and 45 minutes each, beginning at 8: Chairs need to make sure their sessions end precisely on time. Other meetings beginning at 8: Colonial and Nineteenth Century Literary Studies: Contemporary Literature and Culture: Kalman Silvert Award Committee: Bryce Wood Book Award Committee: Premio Iberoamericano Book Award Committee: Committee on Academic Freedom and Aporres Rights: Judy Adler Hellman, York University, chair. Marysa Navarro Dartmouth Collegechair.

Betances Gettysburg Collegeco-chairs; Labor Studies: Daniel Hellinger Webster University. Our thanks to the John D.

As always, we are indebted to the Ford Foundation for its support of the Afrocolomblanos Endowment, as well as to the many members and friends who continue to provide Endowment support. Psra, and Program Co-Chairs Frances Aparicio and Amalia Pallares to assemble an outstanding program, including several featured and plenary sessions.

Thank you for all your efforts on behalf of the Association! The committee was instrumental in securing funding for the Welcoming Reception and provided expertise in dealing with many logistical concerns. An outstanding LASA Staff worked tirelessly to administer the Congress logistics and to create the final Program, among many other projects.

Dancisin, Congress Coordinator and Kate Foster, Membership Coordinator – who dedicated countless hours to answering questions, solving problems, and making program changes. Sandy Klinzing deserves catedda gratitude for coordinating all our fundraising efforts. Thanks also to Sandra Wiegand, Administrative Assistant, for her incalculable hours working with paper proposals and data entry.

Argentina and Uruguay Organizer: Steve Stein, University of Miami Chair s: Jennifer Jolly, Ithaca College Chair s: The Long Quest for Justice: The Case of Brazil, Uruguay’s Left and the Struggle for Democracy: Fernando Velasquez, University of Michigan Chair s: Fernando Velasquez, University of Michigan Discussant s: Punto de Vista y el problema de la cultura popular: Las elecciones municipales de en Uruguay: Theory and Evidence from the Argentine Provinces: Exploring Cuba’s Options in the Global Economy: Maria Dolores Espino, St.

Institute of Peace Chair s: Problems, Promise, and Practice Organizer: Who Controls the Water?:

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