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The Latin American and Caribbean Section of the Southern Historical Association (SHA-LACS) is pleased to announce that submissions are being accepted for several prizes, as outlined below. All applicants must be members of LACS.
The Latin American and Caribbean Section (LACS) of the Southern Historical Association welcomes individual paper and panel proposals for the SHA’s 88th Annual Meeting to be held in Baltimore, Maryland, November 10-13.
On the next Doc Chat on Thursday, 4/29 at 3:30pm, NYPL's Paloma Celis Carbajal and Óscar A. Pérez, Assistant Professor of Spanish at Skidmore College, explore cultural expressions in Mexico during the influenza pandemics of 1918 and 2009 through newspapers and other digitized materials. Doc Chat is a weekly, 30-minute program series from the New York Public Library that digs deep into the stories behind the Library’s most interesting collections and highlights ways that teachers can incorporate them into the classroom.
Conferencia virtual en español 20–22 de mayo
The international conference 2021-1821-1521 is starting tomorrow from 3-7pm CEST (8am Mexico City).
Please join the Con-IH 2021 Coordinating Committee for our Spring 2021 virtual roundtable series on Gender and Empire.
The Maria Sibylla Merian Center for Advanced Latin American Studies (CALAS) is accepting applications for six 4 to 8-month residence fellowship for invited researchers in the following program lines:
Marc Jason Gilbert, editor of the University of Illinois Press’s journal World History Connected, announces the publication of its Vol. 18, no.