CALL FOR PAPERS
II Coloquio Internacional de Historia Agraria
50 Años de la Reforma Agraria Peruana
Lima, Peru – October 9-11, 2019
Coordinators: Claudio Robles (USACH), Javier Puente (Smith College), Jesús Cosamalón (PUCP)
The Centro Internacional de Historia Económica (CIHEAP), the Centro de Estudios de Historia Agraria de América Latina (CEHAL), the journal Historia Agraria de América Latina (HAAL), the M.A. in History program at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, and the Proyecto de Coperación Internacional REDES-CONICYT 170026 invite the international academic community to submit conference paper proposals for the II Coloquio Internacional de Historia Agraria to be held in Lima, Peru, on October 9-11, 2019.
The goal of this meeting is to consolidate a multidisciplinary dialogue, initiated in the first Coloquio held at Universidad de Santiago de Chile in December 2018, around the agrarian problems of Latin America and the multiple theoretical and methodological views that inquire the past, presente, and future of the region's rural question. In particular, the II Coloquio calls for social science and humanities researchers whose contributions are centered on topics related with the course of Latin American agrarian reforms and their legacies, including land management, property rights, food security, environmental impacts, campesino social mobilization, among others.
The II Coloquio de Historia Agraria will be held at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú in Lima. At the end of the event, authors will be invited to present their papers for consideration on Historia Agraria de América Latina, HAAL (http://www.haal.cl), either individually or as part of thematic dossiers. Scholars interested in presenting their research need to submit an abstract (300-500 words) and a short bio (300 words) to coveners (firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org) before June 30, 2019. Selected participants need to confirm their participation by August 15, 2019.
Anna Cant, London School of Economics and Political Science
Jesús Cosamalón, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
Alejandro Diez, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
Stefania Gallini, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Javier Puente, Smith College
Claudio Robles, Universidad de Santiago de Chile
Carmen Soliz, University of North Carolina, Charlotte