TOC: The Americas 74:3 (July, 2017)
CLAH Luncheon Address:
Mary Kay Vaughn, “Forging a Gender Path in Modern Mexican History,” pp. 255-66.
Jesse Cromwell, “Illicit Ideologies: Moral Economies of Venezuelan Smuggling and Autonomy in the Rebellion of Juan Francisco de León, 1749-1751,” pp. 267-97.
Jonathan D. Ablard, “’The barracks receives spoiled children and returns men’: Debating Military Service, Masculinity, and Nation-Building in Argentina, 1901-1930,” pp. 299-329.
The new phase of globalization opened in the 1970s, even if not inaugurating interdependence or interconnectedness, have at least created a new consciousness of how historical process is shared around the globe.
One-day conference at the Institute of Latin American Studies, Senate House, London November 17, 2017
Professor Gauvin Alexander Bailey, Professor of Art History and Art Conservation at Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada.
Professor Valerie Fraser, Professor Emerita in School of Philosophy and Art History at the University of Essex.