Podcasts of Interest to Latin Americanists to Mar. 1, 2021
The Latin American History Podcast – “Fugitive Freedom” – An Interview with William Taylor
Today we return to looking at physical research repositories in a single country; in this case, Mexico. If you are also interested in writing a post(s) on the challenges and joys of doing research on Latin America and the Caribbean, please click here.
Oficio formatting and text used to solicit permission to take photos at Archivo Técnico de la Coordinación Nacional de Arqueología del INAH, Mexico City. Photo credit: Samuel Holley-Kline.
The Archivo Técnico de la Coordinación Nacional de Arqueología del INAH's street entrance, on Loreto (Mexico City). Credit: Google Maps. Accessed Feb. 2021.
Nancy E. van Deusen, "Indigenous Slavery's Archive in Seventeenth-Century Chile," pp. 1-33.
Call for Papers:
Second Short Wave of Democratization in Latin America, 1943-63
Doctoral students from across the Humanities and Social Sciences are invited to submit proposals to participate at a two-day online conference on the Second Short Wave of Democratization in Latin America, taking place on 10 and 11 June. The event is organized in collaboration with the University of Oxford's Latin American Centre and the Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH).