International Colloquium 'Latin American Agrarian History, 1800 to the present: Issues, debates and research perspectives'
6-7 December 2018, Centro de Historia Económica, Facultad de Administración y Economía (FAE), Universidad de Santiago de Chile
Due to growing interdisciplinary research, the history of agriculture and rural society is being studied from diverse theoretical and methodological perspectives. Some of these were established decades ago, while others are still emerging. The aim of this colloquium is to promote dialogue between these different ways of doing history and reflect on the key issues, debates and research perspectives across Latin American agrarian history, at both regional and individual country levels. We invite researchers to present papers on the political, economic, cultural, social or environmental history of rural Latin American societies. Papers should be based on original research and make theoretical, methodological or empirical contributions that advance research in agrarian history. We are also interested in research that examines relevant contemporary issues, such as food security, the environmental impact of economic growth, responses to environmental change, struggles over water resources, among others. As such, we welcome submissions from anthropologists, economists and other social scientists whose work on rural society has a historical focus.
Please send a 300-word abstract in Spanish, English or Portuguese via e-mail to Claudio Robles: firstname.lastname@example.org or Anna Cant: email@example.com The abstract should set out the research problem or question, theoretical/methodological approach, central argument and contribution of the work. In addition, please send a one-page CV that includesyour full name, academic affiliation, e-mail address, research interests or expertise, and a list of recent publications.
1 September 2018 : Closing date for receipt of paper abstracts
25 September 2018: Notification of accepted proposals
15 November 2018: Deadline for submission of final texts
The research committee comprises:
Anna Cant, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia
Antonio Escobar Ohmstede, CIESAS, Mexico
Claudio Robles, FAE, Universidad de Santiago de Chile
Julio Djenderedjian, Instituto Ravignani, Argentina
Manuel Llorca, FAE, Universidad de Santiago de Chile
Vicente Pinilla, Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain
Claudio Robles, Profesor Asociado, Centro de Historia Económica, Facultad de Administración y Economía, Universidad de Santiago de Chile