ANN: Recent Podcasts on Latin American History

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There have been a number of recent podcasts focusing on various works in Latin American History.

 

JORGE L. GIOVANNETTI-TORRES

 

Black British Migrants in Cuba: Race, Labor, and Empire in the Twentieth-Century Caribbean, 1898–1948

 

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2018

https://newbooksnetwork.com/jorge-l-giovannetti-torres-black-british-migrants-in-cuba-cambridge-up-2018/

 

 

TYSON REEDER

 

Smugglers, Pirates, and Patriots: Free Trade in the Age of Revolution

 

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PRESS 2019

https://newbooksnetwork.com/tyson-reeder-smugglers-pirates-and-patriots-free-trade-in-the-age-of-revolution-u-pennsylvania-press-2019/

 

The 15 Minute History Podcast from The University of Texas often focuses on issues for Latin American Studies, the podcast generally offers interviews with authors of recent historical monographs.

This week, the podcast focuses on “Scientific, Geographic & Historiographic Inventions of Colombia,” through an interview with Lina del Castillo.

https://15minutehistory.org/2019/10/02/episode-123-scientific-geographic-and-historiographic-inventions-of-colombia/

 

Folks who know of relevant podcasts should feel free to contact me for posting them as part of a regular listing to the group.

 

John F. Schwaller

Editor, H-Latam

Professor of History, University at Albany