For a generation now, the historiography of Latin America in the North American academy has been defined by the decline of synthetic metanarratives. So, what unites Latin America in a historical explanatory sense? In order to address this problem with a broad historical frame of reference, we structure this workshop around two basic and persistent problems: capitalist development and state formation.
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We are seeking another paper for a panel proposal at the ICEHO Third World Environmental History Conference, July 22-26, 2019 in Florianópolis, Brazil.
In particular, we are seeking papers looking at the historical relationship between water and the growth of megacities in the Americas.
2018 TOPIC: COLONIAL LATIN AMERICA
The Journal of Women’s History is currently seeking nominations, including self-nominations, for its next President. This six-year term will begin in January 2019. Interested candidates will be asked to send a CV and a couple of paragraphs explaining how their scholarly, academic, administrative, and/or organizing experience prepares them to preside over the JWH Board.
CFP – Mid-Century Women in Latin America: Business and Property Owners – Southeast Conference of Latin American Studies, Oaxaca, Mexico, March 27 to 31, 2019.
Deadline: October 5th.