Oct 09 2013

Faculty Publications

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Celso Thomas Castilho (History), “Performing Abolitionism, Enacting Citizenship: The Social Construction of Political Rights in 1880s Recife, Brazil,” Hispanic American Historical Review 93:3 (August, 2013): 377-409.

Earl Fitz (Spanish and Portuguese), “Native American Literature and Its Place in the Inter-American Project” Comparative American Studies: An International Journal, edited by Antonio Barrenechea and Heidi Moertl.

Peter James Hudson (History), “The National City Bank of New York and Haiti, 1909–1922,” Radical History Review 115 (2013): 91-114.

Christina Karageorgou (Spanish and Portuguese), Creación y destrucción del Imperio: Nombrar en Tirano Banderas de Valle-Inclán. Madrid: Ediciones Clásicas, 2013. Poetics of Hispanism. Introduction and Edition with Cathy L. Jrade. Madrid: Iberoamericana Vervuert. 2013. “Villaurrutia’s Poetics of the Flesh.” Ed. Segre, Erica. Ghosts of the Mexican Revolution. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2013. 94-117.

Jane Landers (History),“The African Landscape of 17th Century Cartagena and its Hinterlands,” The Black Urban Atlantic in the Age of the Slave Trade (The Early Modern Americas), ed. Jorge Cañizares-Ezguerra, James Sidbury and Matt D. Childs (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013). “Founding Mothers: Female Rebels in Colonial New Granada and Florida,” Journal of African American History, 98:1 (Winter 2013): 7-23.

Marzia Milazzo (English), “White Supremacy, White Knowledge, and Anti-West Indian Discourse in Panama: Olmedo Alfaro’s El peligro antillano en la América Central” in Interoceanic Diasporas and the Panama Canal’s Centennial: The Global South (2012): pp.1–158. Edited by Claudia Milian and Ifeoma Kiddoe Nwankwo (English).
Frank Robinson (History), “Panama for the Panamanians: The Populism of Arnulfo Arias Madrid,” in Michael L. Conniff, ed., Populism in Latin America 2nd ed. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2012.

Helena Simonett (Blair School of Music, Latin American Studies), The Accordion in the Americas: Klezmer, Polka, Tango, Zydeco, and More! Champaign: University of Illinois Press, 2012.

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