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LASA2004
XXV International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association
Las Vegas, Nevada, October 7-9, 2004
MARYSANAVARRO, DARTMOUTH COLLEGE, LASAPRESIDENT
KRISTIN RUGGIERO, UNIVERSITYOFWISCONSIN, MILWAUKEE, PROGRAM CHAIR
PROGRAM COMMITTEE STAFF
Maria Cecilia Q. Dancisin, Congress Coordinator, University of Pittsburgh
Jennifer Crawford, Database Manager, University of Pittsburgh
Sharon Paris, Data Entry Specialist, University of Pittsburgh
Erika Strauss, Data Entry, University of Pittsburgh
Rachel Klipa, Data Entry, Carlow College
Benjamin Denk, CD-ROM Congress Papers, University of Pittsburgh
Dahiana Perez-Felip, CD-ROM Congres Papers, University of Pittsburgh
Jason Dancisin, Graphic Design
PROGRAM COMMITTEE TRACK CHAIRS
Agrarian and Rural Life: Martha Rees, Agnes Scott College; Boris Marañón, Instituto Mexicano de Tecnología del Agua; Art, Art
History, and Architecture: Delia Annunziata Cosentino, DePaul University; Cinema, Theater, and Music: Kathleen Newman, University
of Iowa; Cities and Citizenship: Teresa Caldeira, University of California, Irvine and James Holston, University of California, San
Diego; Cultural Studies: Efraín Barradas, University of Florida; Democratization: Howard Handelman, University of Wisconsin,
Milwaukee; Economic Issues and Development: Eva Paus, Mount Holyoke College; Education and Educational Policies: Ruth
Sautu, Universidad de Buenos Aires; Environmental Issues and the Natural Sciences: Timmons J. Roberts, College of William and
Mary; Gender and Feminist Studies: Karen Kampwirth, Knox College; Health, Science, and Society: Charles Briggs, University of
California, San Diego; History and Historical Processes: David Sheinin, Trent University; International Relations: Philip Brenner,
American University; Labor Studies and Class Relations: Lynn Bolles, University of Maryland; Latinas/os in the United States:
Silvio Torres-Saillant, Syracuse University; Law, Jurisprudence, and Society: Victor Uribe, Florida International University; Lesbian
and Gay Studies: Florence Babb, University of Iowa; Literature: Colonial and Nineteenth Century: Cynthia Stone, College of the
Holy Cross; Literature: Contemporary: Gwen Kirkpatrick, University of California, Berkeley; Mass Media: Kent Norsworthy,
University of Texas, Austin; Migration and Transnational Issues: Sarah Mahler and Katrin Hansing, Florida International University;
Politics and Public Policy: Javier Corrales, Amherst College; Race and Ethnicity: Edmund Gordon, University of Texas, Austin;
Religiosity and Organized Religion: Carol Drogus, Hamilton College; Social Justice and Human Rights: Elizabeth Lira, Universidad
Alberto Hurtado and Soledad Fallabela, Universidad Alberto Hurtado; Social Movements: Scott Whiteford, Michigan State University;
Technology, Scholarly Resources, and Pedagogy: Deborah Jakubs, Duke University
FILM FESTIVAL
Claudia Ferman, Richmond University, Director
LOCALARRANGEMENTS
John Tuman, Director, Center for Latin American Studies, University of Nevada, Chair
LASA SECRETARIAT, UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH
Milagros Pereyra-Rojas, Executive Director
Sandy Klinzing, Assistant Director for Institutional Advancement
Jennifer Crawford, Membership Coordinator/Accounts Receivable
Maria Cecilia Q. Dancisin, Congress Coordinator/Operations Specialist
COVER: Jose Clemente Orozco, Mural, Darmouth College
The cover comes from “The Epic of American Civilization” a magnificent fresco painted between 1932 and 1934, by the Mexican artist
José Clemente Orozco in Baker/Berry Library at Dartmouth College. The mural is a series of 24 panels depicting the development of
American Civilization beginning with the march of the Aztecs out of Aztlan. “The important point regarding the frescoes of Baker
Library,” wrote Orozco is “the fact that it is an AMERICAN idea developed in American forms, American feeling, and, as a
consequence, into Americanstyle.”
The profile in the front cover is part of an early panel entitled “Pre-Columbian Golden Age.” On the back cover are two panels. The
one on the right is structured around the tall figure of a Mexican revolutionary surrounded by a group of bankers and military. One
general is ready to kill him. The panel on the left is the last one in the mural. Its title is “Gods of the Modern World.”
Commentary by Marysa Navarro.
LASA2004
XXV International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association
Las Vegas, Nevada, October 7-9, 2004
CONTENTS
Message from the LASA President.........................................................................................................................................................
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Message from the LASA2004 Program Chair......................................................................................................................................... iii
Program Highlights..................................................................................................................................................................................... iv
Events at Each Congress
Kalman Silvert Award 2004........................................................................................................................................ iv
LASA/OXFAM America Martin Diskin Memorial Lectureship........................................................................... v
Book Awards and Media Presentations..................................................................................................................
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Welcoming Reception................................................................................................................................................
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LASA2004 Film Festival............................................................................................................................................
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Gran Baile.....................................................................................................................................................................
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Section Preconferences.............................................................................................................................................................
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Local Logistics............................................................................................................................................................................................ vi
Exhibitors and Locations........................................................................................................................................................................... vii
Registration Information............................................................................................................................................................................ vii
LASA Officers, Committees, and Sections............................................................................................................................................. viii
Acknowledgements.................................................................................................................................................................................... ix
Using this Program Book...........................................................................................................................................................................
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LASA2004 Film Festival Program.............................................................................................................................................................
Session Listings by Day and Time..........................................................................................................................................................
Thursday, October 7, 8:00 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.................................................................................................................................
Thursday, October 7, 10:00 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.............................................................................................................................
Thursday, October 7, 12:00 p.m. - 1:45 p.m..............................................................................................................................
Thursday, October 7, 2:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m................................................................................................................................
Thursday, October 7, 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m................................................................................................................................
Thursday, October 7, 5:15 p.m. - 7:00 p.m................................................................................................................................
Thursday, October 7, 7:15 p.m...................................................................................................................................................
Thursday, October 7, 8:30 p.m...................................................................................................................................................
Friday, October 8, 8:00 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.......................................................................................................................................
Friday, October 8, 10:00 a.m. - 11:45 a.m...................................................................................................................................
Friday, October 8, 12:00 p.m. - 1:45 p.m....................................................................................................................................
Friday, October 8, 2:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m......................................................................................................................................
Friday, October 8, 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m......................................................................................................................................
Friday, October 8, 5:15 p.m. - 7:00 p.m......................................................................................................................................
Friday, October 8, 7:15 p.m.........................................................................................................................................................
Friday, October 8, 8:30 p.m.........................................................................................................................................................
Saturday, October 9, 8:00 a.m. - 9:45 a.m..................................................................................................................................
Saturday, October 9, 10:00 a.m. - 11:45 a.m..............................................................................................................................
Saturday, October 9, 12:00 p.m. - 1:45 p.m...............................................................................................................................
Saturday, October 9, 2:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.................................................................................................................................
Saturday, October 9, 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.................................................................................................................................
Saturday, October 9, 5:15 p.m - 7:00 p.m..................................................................................................................................
Saturday, October 9, 7:15 p.m....................................................................................................................................................
Session Listings by Program Track.........................................................................................................................................................
Name Index of Participants........................................................................................................................................................................
LASA2004 Schedule at a Glance...............................................................................................................................................................
Advertisements...........................................................................................................................................................................................
Hotel Floor Plans.........................................................................................................................................................................................
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MESSAGE FROM THE LASA PRESIDENT
On behalf of the LASA Secretariat, its new Executive Director,
Milagros Pereyra Rojas, and the Program Committee, mi más calurosa
bienvenida, minha mais calurosa bem-vinda and finally, a very warm
welcome, to the XXV International Congress of the Latin American
Studies Association in Las Vegas.
This is our first meeting without Reid Reading at the helm, but I am
delighted to say that the Secretariat is in excellent hands. It has
been my privilege to work closely and intensely with the new
members of the Secretariat, Milagros Pereyra, Jennifer Crawford,
María Cecilia Q. Dancisin, and the seasoned ones like Sandy
Klinzing. It is an extraordinary group of people, with an exemplary
sense of service and an unflinching dedication to the welfare of our
association.
I could not have dreamed of a better Program Committee. Mil gracias
to the Track chairs for all their hard work and very especially, thanks
to Kristin Ruggiero, the Program Chair.
Thank you also to my colleagues on the Ways and Means
Committee, the LASA Executive Council, John Tuman and all those
who helped with the local arrangements, and of course, thanks to all
the volunteers.
I hope you enjoy the program. Keep in mind these special events:
* The Wednesday evening Welcoming Reception at the Top of the
Riviera, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
* The LASA Award Ceremony on Friday evening where winners of the Bryce Wood Book Award, the Premio Iberoamericano, and
Media Award will be announced. This will be followed by the LASABusiness Meeting.
* The Kalman Silvert Presentation and Lecture by June Nash.
* The Martin Diskin/Oxfam America Memorial Lectureship.
* Three Plenary sessions featuring readings by distinguished writers Sergio Ramirez, Elena Poniatowska, and Luisa Valenzuela
at 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday respectively.
* Presidential workshop on “Sexual and Reproductive Rights, Religion, and the State in Latin America”.
* Special roundtable: “Las Feministas en el Foro Mundial” featuring Lillian Celiberti, Lucy Garrido, and Virginia Vargas.
* Presidential panel “The 1804 Haitian Revolution and Politics in the Hemisphere Since”, presenting speaker Guy Alexandre,
former Haitian Ambassador to the Dominican Republic.
* Special session “Health and Human Rights”, organized by Charles Briggs.
* Featured “Roundtable Panel discussion with the Principal Editors of the Leading Latin American Journals” organized by Peter
Ward, Editor of the Latin American Research Review (LARR).
* Featured session “The Pursuit of Justice for Human Rights Crimes in Chile, A Special Presentation by Judge Juan Guzman
Tapia” organized by Peter Kornbluh.
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* Featured workshop “Envisioning a Future for Cultural Criticism” organized by Naomi Lindstrom.
* Featured session “The Quality of Democracy in Contemporary Latin America” organized by Kurt Weyland.
* Featured workshop on “Labor and Globalization: The State of the Field and a New Research Agenda” organized by Joel
Stillerman.
* Featured panel “From Structuralism to the New Institutional Economics: Three Decades of Latin American Economic
History” organized by Jonathan Brown.
* UNDP's Report on Democracy in Latin America: Toward a Citizen's Democracy.
* Featured roundtable on the "Handbook of Latin American Studies".
* Featured panel “Interdisciplinary Approaches to Human Rights Scholarship in Latin America” organized by Paola Cesarini.
Marysa Navarro, Dartmouth College
MESSAGE FROM THE LASA2003 PROGRAM CHAIR
On behalf of all who helped to create this Program from an
outstanding group of proposals numbering over 700 sessions, I
wish you good reading. I am sure that you will find a session to
interest you at nearly every time slot. Plenary Sessions have a
slot of their own at this Congress, an innovation that we hope
will allow anyone who wants to attend to be able to do so without
missing other sessions. We have made every effort to schedule
sessions with similar themes at different times, although this
was not always possible. We also tried to accommodate requests
for moving papers to other sessions that were more appropriate,
at the same time keeping in mind the integrity of the original
session. I would like to thank all of you who participated in this
process. Your generosity and flexibility have allowed LASA to
maintain its commitment to inclusiveness.
Highlights of the Presidential Sessions include readings by Elena
Poniatowska, Sergio Ramírez and Luisa Valenzuela.
Thematically, the Featured Sessions include a focus on studies
of Latin American academic resources, such as the leading Latin
American journals and the Handbook of Latin American Studies; human rights; democracy; labor and globalization; cultural
criticism; economics; a memorial tribute to Victor Urquidi; and of course the Kalman Silvert lecture.
Another feature of this Congress is the Film Festival, which Director Claudia Ferman has integrated closely into the Congress,
both spatially and academically. The films will be shown in a room across from the Congress Registration Desk, a very central
location. The films complement the academic side of the Congress and follow topically some of the Congress sessions, especially
those dealing with current events in Latin America. For example, the new Haitian film “The Agronomist” will show Wednesday
night to open the festival, and two other Haitian films will be shown during the Congress. Three documentaries by women
filmmakers with the Chiapas Media Project will be shown and Founding Director and International Coordinator of the Project,
Alexandra Halkin, will speak on Thursday.
Thanks go to all who have made this Congress possible. I wish you all a wonderful Congress!
Kristin Ruggiero, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
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PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS AT EACH LASA CONGRESS
KALMAN SILVERTAWARD
June Nash is Distinguished Professor Emerita at the City
University of New York, Graduate Center and City College. Her
early fieldwork was in Chiapas, Mexico, where she worked with
Mayas, publishing In the Eyes of the Ancestors: Belief and
Behavior in a Mayan Community. Her work in tin mining
communities of Bolivia resulted in the monograph, We Eat the
Mines and the Mines Eat Us: Dependency and Exploitation in
Bolivian Mining Communities, which received the C. Wright
Mills honorable mention in 1980. In 1976, she completed a family
autobiography with Juan Rojas first published as I Spent My Life
in the Mines. In 1992, additional chapters of his wife and grown
children were added. Juan Rojas’ autobiography became the
basis of the script for the documentary of the same title.
During the l970s, Nash was engaged in feminist and workingclass movements, co-edited with Helen Safa, Sex and Class in
Latin America, and Women and Change in Latin America; and
with M. Patricia Fernandez Kelly, Women, Men, and the
International Division of Labor. Prompted by questions the
miners asked about corporations in the United States, she
undertook a study of General Electric workers and the community
of Pittsfield resulting in a monograph, From Tank Town to High
Tech: The Clash of Community and Industrial Cycles. While
working in Pittsfield, she learned of the problems faced by the
town as a result of dumping the carcinogenic materials used in
the production of power transformers, and co-authored three
articles regarding the effect on the physical and mental health of
workers and residents.
Impressed with the growing crisis world-wide, in 1989 she decided to return to her roots in Chiapas, the safest and least conflicted
field area in which to train future anthropologists. During the first three summers of field work, she and her students witnessed the
rise of the social movement that burst into headlines throughout the world as the Zapatista uprising in 1994. She summarizes the
decades of fieldwork with Mayas in her book, Mayan Visions: The Quest for Autonomy in an Age of Globalization, and an
anthology with articles by her students and colleagues, The Explosion of Communities in Chiapas, Mexico. Her interest in
artisans spurred her to publish an anthology, Crafts in the World Market, that demonstrates how even the most traditional of
artisans are deeply involved in the global world order.
Reflecting on the global integration and its devastating impact on subsistence and peasant producers, Nash is now trying to
assess the relationship between economic insecurity, and the turn to militarization, especially in the field areas in which she has
worked. This interest is reflected in a number of papers completed this year. Among them are “The Military Industrial Complex and
the Proliferation of Violence,” which deals with Pittsfield, the arms race carried out in the General Electric plant during the Reagan
era, and the turn of Pittsfield’s high school graduates to military service in Iraq as their only option for a job with medical insurance
and the promise of gaining a college education. The paper was presented in Bergen, Norway,.in February 2004. In The Image of
the Limited Good and the Specter of the Unlimited Good, which was presented in April 2004 at Southern Methodist University
in Dallas honoring George Foster, the transformations of peasants are captured by contrasting their perspectives with the specter
of the unlimited good played out in U.S. consumer culture. Nash’s on-going concern with human rights can be seen in a paper
given in Seattle that same month, “Genocide, Ethnocide, and the Human Condition,” relating to the genocidal war against Mayas
ending in 1993, and the ethnocidal war on-going since the Spanish Conquest in Chiapas. She has just completed editing an
anthology based on people’s responses to the world crisis, Social Movements: A Reader, and hopes to bring together her
reflections based on personal experiences with these world events.
Friday, October 8, 10:00am, Grande Ballroom H
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LASA/OXFAM AMERICA MARTIN DISKIN MEMORIAL LECTURESHIP
The Martin Diskin Memorial Lectures are given at LASA International Congresses by outstanding individuals who embody
Professor Martin Diskin=s commitment to the combination of activism and scholarship. The 2004 Lecture will be given by
Jonathan Fox . The Lecturer will be introduced by Professor Norma Chinchilla California State University/Long Beach, Committee
Chair of the 2004 LASA/Oxfam Lectureship Committee. Professor Fox is Professor, Latin American and Latino Studies at the
University of California-Santa Cruz. He has published widely on the issues of democratization and the strengthening of civil
society, particularly in Mexico.
Saturday, March 29, 2:45pm, Houston C
BRYCE WOOD AND PREMIO IBEROAMERICANO BOOK AWARDS AND THE MEDIA
AWARD PRESENTATIONS
The 2004 awardees are the following:
Bryce Wood: Charles L. Briggs with Clara Mantini-Briggs for Stories in the Time of Cholera: Racial Profiling During a Medical
Nightmare
Premio Iberoamericano: Juan Carlos Quintero Herencia, for Fulguración del Espacio. Letras e Imaginario Institucional de la
Revolución Cubana
Media Award: Julio Scherer Garcia of Proceso
Join us at the Award Ceremony preceding the LASA Business Meeting to see the awards presented.
Friday, March 28, 7:30pm, Houston C.
THE LASA2004 FILM FESTIVAL
Under the able direction of Claudia Ferman, the LASA2004 Film Festival will offer films that have earned the prestigious LASA
Award for Merit in Film, and will host other solid entries in its Film Exhibit. Titles and descriptions of the films, as well as viewing
times, will be posted on LASA’s website and will be listed in flyers available at the LASA registration area and at the entrance to
the screening room. The Festival Theatre will host continuous viewings from 3:00 to 6:00 pm on Wednesday, October 6, and
commencing at 10:30 am on Thursday, 8:30 am on Friday, and 10:00 am on Saturday. A special event featuring a conversation with
Alexandra Halkin, Founding Director and International Coordinator of the Chiapas Media Project will be held at noon on Thursday
in Capri 104. Admission to all events is free.
WELCOMING RECEPTION!
The LASA2004 Welcoming Reception will be held at the “Top floor of the Riviera” Hotel on Wednesday, October 6, from 6:00 to
8:00 pm.
GRAN BAILE
Due to many exciting venues available within Las Vegas to Congress attendees, the Gran Baile will not be held at LASA2004.
PRECONFERENCES
The Labor Studies Section is sponsoring a miniconference, “Labor and Globalization: Assessing the State of the Field and
Proposing a New Research Agenda”. The miniconference is funded by the Ford-LASA Special Projects Fund, and will examine
the effects of globalization on Latin America’s working people. Panels on the transformation of work, new collective identities,
gender and work, and labor politics include distinguished scholars such as Peter Winn, Harley Shaiken, Enrique de la Garza,
Francisco Zapata, Elizabeth Jelin, and Paul Drake as well as Alexandre Fortes, a spokesman of Brazil’s Workers Party (PT).
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The Rural Studies Section is hosting a field trip for its members to the Moapa Valley on Wednesday, October 6. The title of the
field trip is “The Contest for Water and its Implications for Rural Areas: The Moapa Valley and its People and Survival Strategies”.
Participants will leave at 8:00 am on October 6 from the lobby of The Riviera Hotel. Rural Studies Section members may contact
Cornelia Flora at <[email protected]> for more information or to indicate their desire to participate.
The Section Gender and Feminist Studies Section The Section Gender and Feminist Studies Section will host a preconference
entitled “30 Years of Feminism, Women’s Movements and Gender Policies in Latin America: Renegotiating identities and crafting
a culture of rights and citizenship in globalized times”. Two interactive round table discussions will be featured: “Latin American
Feminisms, Women’s Movements, Gender Agendas and the Challenges of Achieving Equity through Public Policy”, led by
Virginia Vargas, and “Women, Poverty, Paid Labor, and Migration: The influence of Globalization on changing gender roles”,
conducted by Sarah J. Mahler. Participants and interested scholars will have the opportunity to contribute a country-focused
chapter in a publication on “Latin American Women: Three Decades after the International Women’s Year” scheduled for
November of 2005. UNIFEM will sponsor this project together with the Gender and Feminist Studies Section of LASA.
LOCAL LOGISTICS
TRANSPORTATION FROM AIRPORT TO THE RIVIERA HOTEL
McCarran Airport is the main airport serving Las Vegas and Clark County. It is located 1 mile (1.6 km) from the Strip, 3.5 miles (5.6
km) from the Convention Center and 5 miles (8 km) from Downtown Las Vegas. The Las Vegas Airport is ranked among the 10
busiest airports in the world based on the amount of passenger activity, serving over 60 air carriers. McCarran Airport averages
as many as 840 flights a day and offers direct flights to over 60 U.S. cities.
Several companies run shuttle buses between the airport and the city.
Las Vegas Limousine 702-736-1419
From 7am to 2 am
Price to Strip hotels $4
Gray line/Coach USA/Express Shuttle 702
739-5700
From 7a.m. to 1:30 a.m.
Price to Strip hotels $5
Bell Trans 702-739-7990
From 7:45 am to midnight
Price to Strip hotels $5.25
CHILD CARE
Due to new Las Vegas regulations, organized childcare cannot be provided on hotel premises. Parents must make their own
arrangements through private agencies. Some agencies listed by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority are:
Bright Horizons Family Solutions: 702-261-4545
Children’s World Learning Centers: 702-898-3007
Dial-a-Granny: 702-243-1880
LASA will subsidize the cost of child care for attendees taking their children to Las Vegas by reimbursing a LASA member parent
at the rate of US $8.00 per hour for one child, and US $10.00 per hour for two or more children, for a maximum of 10 hours. LASA
maximum responsibility per family will be $80.00 for one child, and $100 for two or more children. A parent who bills LASA for
childcare must be a 2004 member of the Association and a registered attendee of LASA 2004. To receive reimbursement, a parent
must submit a proper original bill from the caregiver, with the name(s) of the child(ren), and the dates of the service, to reach the
LASA Secretariat on or before November 1, 2004.
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LASA2003 EXHIBITORS and BOOTH NUMBERS
Exhibit Hours: Thursday and Friday, 10:00am-5:00pm; Saturday, 10;00am-4:00pm
Grand Hall
Amnesty International – USA 335
Association Book Exhibit 229
Association of American University Presses Inc 226
Bilingual Review Press, Hispanic Research Center Arizona State
University 325
Blackwell Publishing Inc
Cambridge University Press 316
Center for Global Education at Augsburg College 234 TABLETOP
Center for US Mexican Studies, University of California San Diego
114
Centro de Estudios Literarios Antonio Cornejo Polar (CELACP)
331
Chiapas Media Project / Promedios de Comunicacion Comunitaria
230
Cinco Puntos Press 127A
City Lights Books 127-B
Consortium Book Sales & Distribution 123
Council for International Exchanges for Scholars 122
Curbstone Press 121
David Rockefeller Crt for Latin American Studies / Harvard Univ.
Press 221
Duke University Press 215-217
Ediciones Era – Lom Ediciones 213
El Colegio de la Frontera Norte A C 227
El Colegio de Mexico A.C. 228
EPP Combined Book & Literature Display 305-307-309-311-313315-316-404-406-408-410-412-414-416
FLACSO 308
Food First Books 129
Fourth Street Press - 334
Hackett Publishing CO 222
Iberoamericana Editorial Vervuert 306
Institute for Study Abroad Butler University 314
Institute of Latin American Studies 216
Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana 100
Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia - 226
Inter-American Development Bank 126
ITAM / Foreign Affairs en Espanol 400
Latin American Perspectives TABLETOP
Latin American Research Review Editorial Office 208
Latin American Review Press 101
Lynne Rienner Publishers 105-107
Marazul - 328
Markus Wiener Publishers 304
Middlebury College - 315
North American Congress on Latin American – NACLA - 323
Ocean Press 125
Oxford University Press - 329
Palgrave Macmillan 108
Pathfinder Press 135
Penguin Group (USA) 124
Penn State University Press 120
Proquest CO 235 TABLETOP
Random House INC 320
Routledge 109-111
Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group 115
Rutgers University Press 225
Scholarly Resources 117
South End Press 322
Southwest Center for International Studies 224
Stanford University Press 201
Taylor and Francis 113
The Core Ensemble31
The Latin Americanist - 317
The Scholars Choice 324
United Nations Publications 116-118
University of Arizona Press - 327
University of California Press 214
University of Illinois Press 210-B
University of Minnesota Press 310
University of Nebraska Press 106
University of New Mexico Press 220
University of North Carolina Press 209-211
University of Notre Dame Press 110
University of Oklahoma Press 301
University of Pittsburgh Press 210-A & 212
University of Texas Press 204-206
University of Wisconsin Press 112
University Press of America 128
University Press of Colorado 131
University Press of Florida 205-207
Vanderbilt University Press 223
Washington Office on Latin America - 321
Woodrow Wilson Int’l Center for Scholars-Latin American Program
312
LASA2004 REGISTRATION
All LASA2004 participants and attendees must be registered. No exceptions can be made, nor can day passes be issued. The
deadline for preregistration was August 31, 2004. Preregistrants receive an official badge card as confirmation, which must be
worn at all times. They can proceed to the preregistration area to pick up badge holders, a program book, CD-ROM proceedings,
information on the LASA2004 Film Festival, and other information, where available.
Registration will be open Wednesday, 3:00-8:00pm; Thursday and Friday 7:00am to 6:00pm; and Saturday 7:00am to
2:00pm.
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LASA OFFICERS, COMMITTEES AND SECTIONS
LASA Executive Council: President, Marysa Navarro (Dartmouth College); Vice President, Sonia Alvarez (University of California,
Santa Cruz); Past President, Arturo Arias (University of Redlands); Arturo Escobar (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill);
John French (Duke University); Merilee Grindle (Harvard University); Florencia Mallon (University of Wisconsin); Joanne
Rappaport (Georgetown University); George Yudice (New York University).
Kalman Silvert Award Committee: Arturo Arias (University of Redlands), chair; Thomas Holloway (University of California,
Davis); Franklin Knight (Johns Hopkins University); Peter Ward (The University of Texas at Austin).
Bryce Wood Book Award Committee: Andrés Avellaneda (University of Florida), chair; Karin Rosemblatt (Syracuse University);
Graciela Ducatenzeiler (Université de Montréal); Norma Clan (University of California, Santa Cruz); Lynn Morgan (Mt. Holyoke
College).
Premio Iberoamericano Book Award Committee: Tulio Halperin Donghi (University of California, Berkeley), chair; Ana Maria
Amar Sánchez (University of California, Irvine); Claudia de Lima Costa (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina); Manuel Alcántara
(Universidad de Salamanca).
Media Award Committee: John Mraz (Universidad Autonóma de Puebla), chair; Ernesto López (Univ Nacional de Quilmes); Ana
Lau (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Xochimilco); Verónica Schild (University of Western Ontario).
LASA/Oxfam America Martin Diskin Memorial Lectureship Committee: Norma Chinchilla (California State University, Long
Beach), chair; Lowell Gudmundson (Mt. Holyoke College); Mary Goldsmith (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Xochimilco);
Ruth Behar (University of Michigan); Enrique Mayer (Yale University ); Ray Offenheiser, President, Oxfam America.
Committee on Academic Freedom and Human Rights: Judy Adler Hellman, York University, chair.
Investment Committee: Marysa Navarro (Dartmouth Colllege), chair; Marc P. Blum (World Total Return Fund); Peter Cleaves
(AVINA Council); Thomas Trebat (Solomon, Smith, Barney); John French (Duke University); Milagros Pereyra-Rojas (University
of Pittsburgh).
Fundraising Committee: Marysa Navarro (Dartmouth College), chair.
LASA Section Chairs: Brazil: Kenneth Serbin (University of San Diego), Ivan Prado Teixeira (Universidade de São Paulo),
co-chairs; Business and Politics: Patrick Cronin (Thunderbird School of International Management); Central America: Beatriz
Cortez (California State University, Northridge), Nicasio Urbina (Tulane University), co-chairs; Colombia: Luis Fernando Restrepo
(University of Arkansas), Carmen Millan (Pontificia Universidad Javeriana), co-chairs; Cuba: Lourdes Tabares Neyra (Universidad
de La Habana), Mike Erisman (Indiana State University), co-chairs; Culture, Power and Politics: Claudia de Lima Costa
(Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina); Decentralization and Sub-national Governance: Eliza Willis (Grinnell College); Defense,
Democracy and Civil-Military Relations: Héctor Saint-Pierre (Universidade Estadual Paulista); Ecuadorian Studies: Ximena
Sosa-Buchholz (Indiana University); Educación y Políticas Educativas en América Latina: Christopher James Martin (Ford
Foundation), Graciela Riquelme (Universidad de Buenos Aires), Luis E. Gonzalez (CIESU); co-chairs; Europe and Latin America:
Laurence Whitehead (Oxford University); Film Studies: Claudia Ferman (University of Richmond), Karin Weyland (Melassa
Documentary Productions), co-chairs; Gender and Feminist Studies: Elizabeth Maier (El Colegio de la Frontera Norte), Matthew
C. Gutmann (Brown University), co-chairs; Haiti/Dominican Republic: Henry A. (Chip) Carey (Georgia State University), Emelio
R. Betances (Gettysburg College), co-chairs; Labor Studies: Joel Stillerman (Grand Valley State University);
LAMA-LatinoAmerica-MedioAmbiente: James Bass (Trinity College); Latin America and the Pacific Rim: Sergio Cesarin
(Argentinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs), Won-Ho Kim (Korea Institute for International Economic Policy), co-chairs; Latino
Studies: Adrian Burgos (University of Illinois, Urbana), Ginetta Candelario (Smith College), co-chairs; Law and Society in Latin
America: Viviana Kluger (Universidad de Buenos Aires), Margaret Popkin (Due Process of Law Foundation), co-chairs; Lesbian
and Gay Studies: Lawrence La Fountain-Stokes (University of Michigan); Paraguayan Studies: Tracy K. Lewis (State University
of New York); Peru: Gregory Schmidt (Northern Illinois University), Moises Arce (Louisiana State University); Political Institutions:
David Samuels (University of Minnesota); Rural Studies: Monica Bendini (Universidad Nacional del Comahue); Scholarly
Research and Resources: Pamela Graham (Columbia University); Social Studies of Medicine: Charles Briggs (University of
California, San Diego), Dinorah Martinez (University of South Florida), co-chairs; Southern Cone Studies: Silvia Kurlat Ares
(George Mason University); Venezuelan Studies: Leonardo Ledezma (Texas A & M University).
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
First and foremost, the Latin American Studies Association acknowledges all who provided financial support for Congress
participants from Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as for student participants. Hundreds of members contributed to the
LASA Travel Fund and the Student Fund, as well as to the LASA Endowment. We are grateful for their continuing support of this
effort. We again recognize the generosity of the Ford Foundation, which, through its contribution to the LASA Endowment, will
help to fund Congress travel well into the future. For LASA2004, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation again provided major
support for Latin American and Caribbean Travel, as did the Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the Inter-American Foundation,
the Tinker Foundation, the Christopher Reynolds Foundation, the Mexico office of the Ford Foundation, and the Open Society
Institute. We also join with the Gender and Feminist Studies Section in thanking UNIFEM for its support of the section’s preconference. We thank all donors for their generosity, and hope that they will have the opportunity to meet the grantees while in
Las Vegas.
LASA2004 could not have taken place without the tireless efforts of LASA President Marysa Navarro, who worked with
LASA2004 Program Chair Kristin Ruggiero to assemble an outstanding program, including several featured sessions, addressed
concerns as they arose, and committed countless hours to fundraising for travel grant support. Marysa, thank you for all your
efforts on behalf of the Association!
Over the 18 months preceding each congress, program chairs dedicate much of their time and energy to assuring that countless
details are handled appropriately and that the program is ready on time. LASA2004 Program Chair Kristin Ruggiero traveled
to Pittsburgh to work with the Secretariat to coordinate the extensive program. Kristin and the staff at the Center for Latin
American and Caribbean Studies at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, have dedicated countless hours to make this
happen. Please receive our heartfelt thank you!
John Tuman of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas chaired the Local Arrangements Committee for LASA2004, with the able
support of colleagues and committee members Douglas Unger and Thomas Wright, both of UNLV. The committee was instrumental
in securing funding for the Welcoming Reception and provided expertise in dealing with many logistical concerns. Many thanks
to John and committee for helping to make LASA2004 a success. Our grateful thanks also to the SBC Corporation and the
University of Nevada for generously providing funding for the Welcoming Reception!
Many thanks to Claudia Ferman, Film Festival Director, for her dedication and enthusiasm in evaluating and preparing the Film
Festival Program, and also for maintaining the high standards of the Festival while at the same time striving to implement new
strategies to integrate it into the general LASA Congress program.
Special thanks to former LASA Executive Director Reid Reading for graciously sharing his vast experience during this time of
transition. His guidance has been instrumental at particularly vital moments during the process.
For LASA2004, the LASA Secretariat assumed full responsibility for the administrative and operational aspects of the conference.
Many thanks to the magnificent LASA Staff who worked tirelessly to administer the Congress database and to create the final
Program among many other projects. Special thanks to our two highly organized and conscientious team members – Maria Cecilia
Q. Dancisin, Congress Coordinator and Jennifer Crawford, Membership Coordinator – who have dedicated countless hours to
answering questions, solving problems, making program changes, and specially for their great spirit of cooperation. Many
thanks to Sandy Klinzing for coordinating all of our fundraising efforts. Her years of experience at LASA have proven very
valuable in planning this year’s Congress. Thanks also to Erika Strauss, Rachel Klipa, and the wonderfully competent Sharon
Paris for their incalculable hours working with paper proposals and data entry. We are also very grateful to Benjamin Denk and
Dahiana Perez-Felip who worked diligently formatting and linking more than 850 papers for the Congress CD-ROM. Finally,
thanks to Jason Dancisin for designing the Program Book cover, name badges, CD-ROM, and posters.
Thanks to all the Congress volunteers from the University of Nevada/Las Vegas, University of Arizona, and University of
Pittsburgh who will be working at the Congress site.
Our sincere thanks to all who have contributed to this year’s Congress!
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USING THIS PROGRAM BOOK
Information here has been updated to mid-August, 2004, to the extent possible. Requested modifications, and deletions not
appearing here will published in a supplement available at the Congress.
Beginning on page 1, sessions are listed by day and time and within each time slot, in alphabetical order according to Track codes
(see below). Note that each session is assigned a sequence number. Using the section of the book “Sessions by Program Track”
and the sequence number, you can determine the days and times of topic areas of your interest.
The meeting day is divided into five blocks of 1 hour and 45 minutes each, beginning at 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m., and 5:15
p.m., with 15-minute intervals between sessions. Three plenary sessions have been scheduled from 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Chairs need to make sure their sessions end precisely on time. Other meetings beginning at 7:15
p.m. and 8:30 p.m. also are listed.
Program Track Codes
CALL FOR PAPERS
AGR Agrarian and Rural Life
ART Art, Art History, and Architecture
CTM Cinema, Theater, and Music
CIT
Cities and Citizenship
CUL Cultural Studies
DEM Democratization
ECO Economic Issues and Development
EDU Education and Educational Policies
ENV Environmental Issues and the Natural Sciences
GEN Gender and Feminist Studies
HSS Health, Science, and Society
HIS
History and Historical Processes
INT
International Relations
LAB Labor Studies and Class Relations
LAT Latinas/os in the United States
LAW Law, Jurisprudence, and Society
LGS Lesbian and Gay Studies
LCN Literature: Colonial and Nineteenth Century
LCO Literature: Contemporary
MAS Mass Media
MTI Migration and Transnational Issues
POL Politics and Public Policy
RAE Race and Ethnicity
ROR Religiosity and Organized Religion
SJU
Social Justice and Human Rights
SMO Social Movements
TEC Technology, Scholarly Resources, and Pedagogy
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“CROSSING BOUNDARIES”
JOINT CONFERENCE
MACLAS 2005/XXVI – Annual Meeting/
Virgina Commonwealth University’s
SCHOOL OF WORLD STUDIES
April 8-10, 2005
Virginia Commonwealth University,
Richmond, Virginia
The Middle Atlantic Council of Latin American
Studies (MACLAS) invites proposals in any
discipline related to Latin America for papers to be
presented at its annual meeting.
Prizes will be awarded for the best graduate and
undergraduate student papers given.
Papers can be submitted to a refereed journal,
MACLAS Latin American Essays.
Proposals for papers or panels/equipment needs
should be submitted by December 15, 2004 to
Brian Turner at [email protected]
For further information, please see our web
page: http://maclas.vcu.edu.
LASA FILM FESTIVAL AND EXHIBIT / OCTOBER 6-9, 2004
CLAUDIA FERMAN, DIRECTOR
WEDNESDAY October 6
EXHIBIT
3:00
Community Organization: Mother’s Day in Cuetzalan: Panchita the Weaver (USA, 2004) Judith Gleason, dir.
59’. Descriptor: Nahuatl Culture; Mexico: Cuetzalan, Papantla, Tepango; Weaving, Mother’s Day; Community
Media Projects. DOC
4:00
Mining - Foreign-owned Mines in Perú: Choropampa: the Price of Gold (Perú -USA, 2001) Stephanie Boyd,
Ernesto Cabellos, dirs. 52’. Descriptor: Perú; Gold Mining; Public Health; Environmental Degradation. DOC
5:00
Forensic Anthropology: Following Antigone (USA, 2002) Witness/EAAF, dir. 37’. Descriptor: Argentine Forensic
Anthropology Team, Argentina, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Haiti, East Timor. DOC
6:00-8:00 RECESS
FESTIVAL
8:10
FESTIVAL OPENING
Haiti: The Agronomist (USA, 2004) Jonnathan Demme, dir. 90’. Descriptor: Jean Dominique, Haitian Recent Past
and Present Political Turmoil, Radio, Journalism, Human Rights. DOC
THURSDAY October 7
EXHIBIT
10:30
In Cuba Today: The Vow-La promesa (USA-Cuba, 2004) Cheryl Hess, dir. 26’. Descriptor: Religión, Santería.
DOC
FESTIVAL
11:00
Community Organization: Caracoles: New Paths of Resistance (Mexico, 2003) Amalio, dir. A Chiapas Media
Project production. 42’. Descriptor: Indigenous filmmaking, Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional. DOC
12:00
Special Event: Conversation with Alexandra Halkin, Founding Director and International Coordinator of the Chiapas
Media Project. Room Capri 104
12:00
In Cuba Today: Cuba Plástica It’s not Easy, Cuba (Argentina-Cuba-USA, 2003) Sebastián Schindel, Fernando
Molnar, Nicolás Battle, dirs. 52’. Descriptor: Art, Art History. DOC
1:00
Community Organization: The Sixth Section (USA, 2003) Alex Rivera, dir. 27’. Descriptor: Border Studies,
Mexico, Globalization. DOC
1:30
Community Organization: Argentina: crecer o desaparecer -- Argentina: Growth or Disappearance (Argentina,
2003) Luciano Zito, dir.50’. Descriptor: Argentina 2001-2 Crisis, Civil Responses to Crisis, Neoliberalism and
Globalization. DOC
2:30
Women and Public Health: Nascendo no Brasil -- Born in Brazil (Brazil, 2002) Cara Biasucci, dir.
Descriptor: Public Health, Women Studies, Obstetrics. DOC
3:30
Responses to War on Iraq: Gringothon (Mexico, 2003) Greg Berger, dir. 17’. Descriptor: Mexico - US Relations,
Border Studies. SF-Humor
52’.
4:00-5:00 RECESS
5:10
Race and Ethnicity: Gitanos sin carpa -- Gypsies without tents (Chile, 2002) Ivan Tziboulka, dir. 62’. Descriptor:
Romanies, Chile. DOC
6:15
Gender and Ethnicity: Juchitán de las locas -- Juchitan, Queer Paradise (Canada, 2002) Patricio Henríquez, dir.
64’. Descriptor: Queer Studies, Gender Studies, Mexico, Zapotecs, Oaxaca. DOC
7:30
Postmemory: Los rubios -- The Blondes (Argentina, 2003) Albertina Carri, dir. 89’. Descriptor: Argentina, Dirty
War, Children of Desaparecidos. FDOC
9:00
Special Event: Making Documentaries: A Meeting with Directors and Producers (participants of the LASA Film
Festival and Exhibit)
REFERENCES:
REFERENCES:
DOC
Documentary
FDOC
Feature Documentary
SF
Short Feature
FRIDAY October 8
EXHIBIT
8:30
Race and Ethnicity-Indigenous Peoples: La pasión de María Elena -- The Passion of Maria Elena (Mexico,
2003) Mercedes Moncada Rodríguez, dir. 76’. Descriptor: Crime and Punishment, Mexico, Tribal and State Judicial
Systems.
10:00
Peasant Uprising - Central America: 1932: Scars of Memory -- Cicatriz de la memoria (USA-El Salvador, 2002)
53’. Jeffrey Gould, Carlos Henríquez Consalvi, dirs. Descriptor: El Salvador, Indigenous Rights. DOC
11:00
Mass Communications - Central America: The World Is Watching (USA, 1998) Peter Raymont, dir. 59’.
Descriptor: Prequel to The World Stopped Watching (see Festival below) DOC
FESTIVAL
12:00
Globalization and the World Bank: Victims of Cheap Coffee (Finland, 2003) Pertti Pesonen, dir. 50’. Descriptor:
Political Economy, Environment, Development, Nicaragua, Vietnam. DOC
1:00
Community Organization: Testimony: The María Guardado Story. (USA, 2001) Randy Vásquez, dir. 63’.
Descriptor: Salvadorians in Los Angeles, US Immigration Policy, Human Rights in El Salvador. DOC
2:10
Literature: En el nombre del padre: un film con Ana María Shúa (Argentina, 2004) María Andrea Domínguez,
dir. 80’. Descriptor: Contemporary Argentine Writing, Women’s Studies, Jewish Studies. DOC
4:00-5:00 RECESS
5:10
Haiti: Dreamers: The Painters of Haiti (Denmark, 2003) Jorgen Leth, dir. 58’. Descriptor: Art, Art History, Popular
Art. DOC
6:10
Haiti: Children of Shadows (USA, 2001) Karen Kramer, dir. 54’. Descriptor: Child Labor, Slavery. DOC
7:10
Mass Media and Postmemory - Central America: The World Stopped Watching (USA-Canada, 2003) Peter
Raymont, dir. 82’. Descriptor: Nicaragua, Sandinismo Movement, Contra War, US Foreign Policy. DOC
8:40
Counter Revolutionary Warfare: Death Squadrons: The French School (France, 2003) Marie Monique Robin,
dir. 60’. Descriptor: France, Algiers, Argentina, Dirty War, Prisoner Interrogation. DOC
SATURDAY October 9
EXHIBIT
10:00
Command Responsibility Doctrine - Central America: Justice and the Generals (USA, 2002) Gail Pellet, dir. 86’.
Descriptor: El Salvador, Torture Victim Protection Act, US Foreign Policy. DOC
11:30
Colombia: Welcome to Colombia (USA, 2003) Catarina Villar, dir. 65’. Descriptor: 2002 Elections in Colombia,
Exile. DOC
FESTIVAL
12:40
Race and Ethnicity -Blacks: El Palenque de San Basilio - From the Stockades of San Basilio (Colombia, 2004)
Erwin Goggel, dir. 82’. Descriptor: Colombia, Anthropology, History. DOC
2:10
Race and Ethnicity -Blacks: Afroargentinos - Afroargentines (Argentina, 2002) Jorge Fortes, Diego Ceballos, dir.
75’. Descriptor: Otherness in Argentina, Discrimination, History. DOC
3:30
Sports and Culture: Oaxacan Hoops (USA, 2003) Olga R. Rodríguez, dir. 20’. Descriptor: Zapotecs, Basketball,
Border Studies, Los Angeles. DOC
4:00-5:00 RECESS
5:10
Colombia: The Kidnapping of Ingrid Betancourt (USA-Colombia) Victoria Bruce, Karin Hayes, dirs. 76’.
Descriptor: Kidnappings in Colombia, 2002 Presidential Elections, FARC. DOC
6:30
Race and Ethnicity -Indigenous Peoples: La última huella - The Last Trace (Chile, 2001) Paola Castillo, dir. 67’.
Descriptor: Yahgans, Chile, Tierra del Fuego. DOC
7:40
FESTIVAL CLOSING
Postmemory: La Cueca Sola (Canada, 2003) Marilu Mallet, dir. 52’. Descriptor: Women in Politics, Chile,
Pinochet’s Era and Aftermath. FDOC
REFERENCES:
DOC
Documentary
FDOC
Feature Documentary
SF
Short Feature
THURSDAY / 8:00 am – 9:45 am
Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am
1 // AGR015 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 104
Tensiones entre tradición y modernidad: los proyectos de desarrollo rural
Organizer : Kathleen Martin, Florida International University
Chair(s) : Kathleen Martin, Florida International University
El pueblo indígena de Zoquipán y la presión sobre la tierra: Fabiola Zúñiga,
Universidad de Guadalajara, MEXICO
Comunicación rural en Tesechoacán, revisión de un proyecto de desarrollo
rural en el trópico húmedo mexicano: Daniel Murillo, Inst Mexicano de
Tec del Agua, MEXICO
Tension Between Identity and Indigenous Development: Paula Sirola, UCLA
Maya Activism and Agrarian Reform in Early 20th Century Yucatan: Kathleen
Martin, Florida International University
2 // CIT007 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 204
Political Identities Under Neoliberal Hegemony
Organizer : Margot Olavarria, New School for Social Research
Chair(s) : Margot Olavarria, New School for Social Research
Ciudadanía borderiza. Jóvenes y constitución de ciudadanía en la frontera
noroeste de México: Alejandro Monsiváis , MEXICO
Bordering the Nation: Tijuana and the Construction of Mexican National
Identity: Margath Walker, University of Kentucky
Builders of the City: Class, Place, and Poblador Identity in Santiago, Chile:
Margot Olavarria, New School for Social Research
Figuring Illiteracy: Ideological Construction of Citizenship and Class in a
Guatemalan Municipality: Jinsook Choi, George Washington University
Museums and the Production of Cultural Citizenship: Affinities, Divisions,
and Transitions in Contemporary Cuba: Michelle Flikke, Harvard
University
National Identity in Nicaragua: The Political Significance of the Nacatamal
and Rubén Darío: Bradley Tatar, Univ of Maryland/College Park
Discussant(s) : Joel Stillerman, Grand Valley State University
3 // CTM002 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 101
De la literatura a la pantalla grande: Aciertos y desaciertos
Organizer : Ana Contreras, University of North Florida
Chair(s) : Ana Contreras, University of North Florida
Benito Pérez Galdós en el cine Mexicano: el caso de Doña Perfecta: John
Sinnigen, UMBC
El lenguaje irreverente como representación de la violencia en "La virgen de
los sicarios" de Fernando Vallejo: Ana Contreras, University of North
Florida
An Ecocritical Defense of Film Maladaptions: The Case of The Burning
Season: Camilo Gomides, Western Illinois University
Midaq Alley: Cairo becomes Mexico City: Christina Sisk, Tulane University
Translating History: A Study of the Literary and Cinematic Interpretations of
the Lives of the Mirabel Sisters in "In The Time of the Butterflies": Julee
Tate, Berry College
La rue Cases-negras (Sugar Cane Alley) from Novel to Film: Cecile Accilien,
Portland State University
4 // CUL010 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Grande Ballroom G
Representing Latin(o) America: Cultural Studies and Critical Pedagogy
Organizer : Regina Root, College of William and Mary
Chair(s) : Regina Root, College of William and Mary
Representing Colonial Children: Towards a Pedagogy of Possibility: Regina
Root, College of William and Mary
Service Learning in a Doctoral English Program: Norma Cantu, Univ of
Texas/San Antonio
Engaged Poetry / Engaged Pedagogy: Interventions in the Global Market:
Teresa Longo, College of William and Mary
Urban Biographies: Teaching Montevideo and Buenos Aires: Jill Kuhnheim,
University of Kansas, Tony Rosenthal, University of Kansas
Tastemakers and Cultural Consumption in Latin America: The Case of
Magazines in the Cultural Scene of the 1960s: Diana Sorensen, Harvard
University
Aprender y enseñar la dictadura militar: hacer memoria y escribir la historia
en la escuela: Sandra Raggio, Universidad de La Plata, ARGENTINA
5 // CUL011 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 112
Rethinking Cosmopolitanism I
Organizer : Fernando Rosenberg, Yale University
Chair(s) : Fernando Rosenberg, Yale University
Universalismo y cosmopolitismo: Fernando Rosenberg, Yale University
La literatura después de la ciudad letrada: Sergio Villalobos, University of
Pittsburgh
Artes de la organización y cosmopolitismo: Ultra Red: Reinaldo Laddaga,
University of Pennsylvania
Metáforas problemáticas: cosmopolitismo, globalización y universales: Hugo
Achúgar, Univ de la República/Uruguay, URUGUAY
New Cosmopolitas in Post-Soviet Cuba: Jacqueline Loss, University of
Connecticut
6 // CUL029 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 108
Playing the Myth: Historicity in Chicano/a and Latina/o Texts
Organizer : Tace Hedrick, University of Florida
Chair(s) : Tace Hedrick, University of Florida
(South)Western Origins, Changing Futures: Chicana/o and Latina/o
Historiography: Tace Hedrick, University of Florida
Aesthetically Challenging Border Spaces: Border Murals and the Todos
Somos Series: Michael Rowley, University of Florida
History is What Hurts: Moraga's Regenerative Pain: Suzanne Bost, Southern
Methodist University
Remembering the Sacred Land: Calls to Aztlán: Kelli Johnson, Miami
University/Hamilton
7 // CUL039 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 110
La modernidad y sus raíces
Organizer : Andrés Avellaneda, University of Florida
Chair(s) : Andrés Avellaneda, University of Florida
Cultura y legitimación política en america latina: La vision de tres ensayistas:
Omar Astorga, Universidad Central de Venezuela, VENEZUELA
Whose Nietzsche for Latin America: Rodó's or Mariátegui's?: Diego von
Vacano, Vassar College
8 // DEM006 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 105
Guatemala después los acuerdos y las elecciones
Organizer : Henry Frundt, Ramapo College
Chair(s) : Frank LaRue, GUATEMALA
El sistema de partidos en Guatemala: La fortaleza de los partidos políticos:
María del Mar Martínez Rosón, University of Salamanca, SPAIN
Constitutional Limits on Presidential Terms and Constitutional Courts: The
Strange Cases of Costa Rica and Guatemala: Michael Wise, Willamette
University Law School
Peace, Democracy and the Guatemalan Election: Frank LaRue,
GUATEMALA
El movimiento Maya ocho años despúes de la firma de la paz: Francisco Calí,
GUATEMALA
Conflictos de la tierra y cambios recientes el la política de tierra en
Guatemala: Ursula Roldán, GUATEMALA
El papel del red de los observantes de la elección Guatemalteca: Miguel
Angel Albizures, GUATEMALA
La participación de la juventad en el proceso de paz y política: Anabella
Rivera, GUATEMALA
Discussant(s) : Henry Frundt, Ramapo College
9 // DEM015 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 16
Inclusive Democracy-Building in Multicultural States: Cases from
Panama
Organizer : Gloria Rudolf, University of Pittsburgh
Chair(s) : Gloria Rudolf, University of Pittsburgh
Democracy Lite? Ethnic and Racial Divisions in Panama: Peter Sanchez,
Loyola University
La casa es de forma de totuma y el infierno está fuera de la casa: Los pueblos
indígenas de Panamá, carencias y potencialidades: Raúl Leis, Universidad
de Panamá, PANAMA
Native Culture, Political Culture, and Kuna Acceptance, 1925-1950: James
Howe, MIT
A New Era or More of the Same for the Ngöbe-Buglé?: Philip Young,
University of Oregon, John Bort, East Carolina University
Ethnic Strategies, Multicultural Tourism, and Democracy-Building: Carla
Guerron-Montero, Regis University
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THURSDAY / 8:00 am – 9:45 am
Alternative Modernity, the Aesthetics of Panama’s Afro-Caribbean Art: Peter
Szok, Texas Christian University
Discussant(s) : Carlos Guevara Mann, Comité Nacional del Centenario,
PANAMA
10 // DEM025 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 1
Los deficits de la cultura política democrática en América Latina
Organizer : Jaqueline Peschard, UNAM, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Susana Mallo, Univ de la Rep Oriental de Uruguay, URUGUAY
Credibility and Trust in Economic and Political Actors and Institutions. Their
effects for the Argentine Democracy: Ruth (Maria) Sautu, Universidad de
Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA, Ignacia Perugorría, Universidad de Buenos
Aires, ARGENTINA
Democracia, participación electoral y cultura política rural: Emma Livia
Zevallos Aguilar, CEDEP, PERU
Democracy Across Cultures, Does Gender Make a Difference?: Roderic
Camp, Claremont McKenna College
Los déficits democráticos en América Latina: Susana Mallo, Univ de la Rep
Oriental de Uruguay, URUGUAY
Cultura política, opinión pública y abstencionismo electoral: Roberto Javier
Gutierrez Lopez, MEXICO
Chile: la concertación en tiempos de crisis: Teresa Castro, Centro de Est
Latinoamericanos, MEXICO
El paradójico malestar social con la democracia Uruguay de los noventa:
Miguel Serna, URUGUAY
Discussant(s) : Jaqueline Peschard, UNAM, MEXICO
11 // DEM032 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 202
Political Change and Political Survival in Cuba
Organizer : Salomon Berman, Georgetown University
Chair(s) : Salomon Berman, Georgetown University
No hay patria sin virtud: Lan Chu, George Washington University
Transforming Latin America: The International and Domestic Origins of
Change: David Pion-Berlin, University of California Riverside, Craig
Arceneaux, California State Polytechnic Univ
What Was State Socialism and Why Did It Fall? Did It?: Lessons from Cuba:
Salomon Berman, Georgetown University
Transición hacia una nueva civilidad: La experiencia cubana: Carlos Cabrera
Rodríguez, Universidad de La Habana, CUBA
Democracia y sistema política en Cuba: Olga Fernández de los Ríos, Instituto
de Filosofía, CUBA
12 // DEM036 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 15
Political Institutions: Facilitators of or Obstacles to Change
Organizer : Cristina Puga, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Cristina Puga, MEXICO
El papel del Senado en el proceso legislativo: un estudio comparado de
Argentina, Brasil, Chile y Uruguay: Mariana Llanos, Institut fuer
Iberoamerika-kunde, GERMANY
El Papel del Legislativo en los procesos de Transición Política Brasil (19741990) y Perú (1995-2001): Carlos Santander, Universidad de Brasília,
BRAZIL
Re-Examining Legislative Institutionalization in Bolivia and Colombia:
Gungor Gaye, Florida International University, Patricia Micolta, Florida
International University, Betilde Muñoz, Florida International University
Associations and Governance in Mexico: Cristina Puga, MEXICO
Sistemas de rendición de cuentas y transparencia en América Latina:
Alejandra Vallejo, Tulane University
13 // ECO012 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 201
Geographical Perspectives on Change in Mexico
Organizer : Michal Kohout, Cal State Univ/San Bernadino
Chair(s) : Michal Kohout, Cal State Univ/San Bernadino
Geographic Information System: The Economic Clusters of the Industrial
Sector in Mexico: Alejandro Davila, MEXICO
The Discursive Use of Scale in Policy Reform: An Example from Mexico:
Michal Kohout, Cal State Univ/San Bernadino
Tying Farmers to Markets: Market Intermediaries and Commercial
Agriculture in Southeasdtern Mexico: Eric Keys, Arizona State University
Land Use in the Southern Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico: Smallholder Agency in
Changing Institutional Regimes: Roy Rinku Chowdhury, University of
Miami
Geographic Contexts for Land Privatization in Mexico: Understanding the
Environment of the Counter-Revolution: Eric Perramond, Stetson
University
Boundedly Rational Land-Use Strategies and the Local Dimensions of Human
Vulnerability and Resilience in the Yucatán Peninsula: Steven Manson,
University of Minnesota
Living at a Distance: Transnationality, Scale and Subjectivity: Altha Cravey,
Univ of North Carolina/Chapel Hill
14 // ECO015 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 17
Through the Looking Glass: Latin America and Globalization
Organizer : Renee Scherlen, Appalachian State Univ
Chair(s) : Renee Scherlen, Appalachian State Univ
Neoliberal Policies and Globalization: Looking for the Heterotopias in
Tijuana's Zona del Rio: David Walker, University of Kentucky
The Old Man & the WTO: Castro, the G-22, and Globalization: Renee
Scherlen, Appalachian State Univ, Cortland Bosc, University of
Texas/Austin
Representing Globalization As Development: Reflections After Cancún:
Cynthia Wood, Appalachian State Univ
Chile and Mexico: From Third World Solidarity to Neoliberal Connivance:
David Davila Villers, Univ de las Américas, MEXICO
The Little Country that Said No! How Natural Gas Toppled a President in
Bolivia: Kathleen Schroeder, Appalachian State Univ
Discussant(s) : L. Baker Perry, Univ of North Carolina/Chapel Hill
15 // EDU007 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 203
Sociedad y educación en México: pasado y presente
Organizer : Patrice Olsen, Illinois State University
Chair(s) : Patrice Olsen, Illinois State University
La educación elemental en Tlaxcala durante el porfiriato: Blanca Esthela
Santibáñez Tijerina, Benemérita Univ Autónoma de Puebla, MEXICO
De lo invisible a lo visible: La lucha de las universidades: Gloria Arminda
Tirado Villegas, Benemérita Univ Autónoma de Puebla, MEXICO
Educación, trabajo, y regeneración. El caso de la penitenciaría jalisciense
'José Antonio Escobedo ' (1876-1911): Jorge Alberto Trujillo Bretón,
Universidad de Guadalajara, MEXICO
Perfil de la educación privada en Puebla, del porfiriato a los años veinte:
Estela Munguía Escamilla, Benemérita Univ Autónoma de Puebla,
MEXICO
Educación e industria. Hacia una cultura científico-técnica en Jalisco en la
segunda mitad del siglo XIX: Federico de la Torre, Universidad de
Guadalajara, MEXICO
El concepto de responsabilidad en el quehacer tutorial: una experiencia
transformadora: María del Carmen Santibáñez Tijerina, Benemérita Univ
Autónoma de Puebla, MEXICO
Discussant(s) : Estela Munguía Escamilla, Benemérita Univ Autónoma de
Puebla, MEXICO
16 // GEN013 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 211
Making a Killing: Gender and Violence in Modern Mexico
Organizer : Jocelyn Olcott, Duke University
Chair(s) : Pablo Piccato, Columbia University
"Selling is More of a Habit than Using": Gendering Narcotraficantes, 19301960: Elaine Carey, St John's University
Imaginary Fears: Gender, Violence, and Mass Media in Postrevolutionary
Mexico: Jocelyn Olcott, Duke University
Violencia de género en Cuba y México: Un análisis comparativo: Miriam
Lang, Lateinamer Inst/Freie Univ Berlin, MEXICO
Ciudad Juárez and "Ordinary" Violence in the Shadow of Femicide: Sarah
Hill, Western Michigan University
Discussant(s) : Pablo Piccato, Columbia University
17 // GEN018 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 4
Sexualidad, ciudad y violencia en Latinoamérica
Organizer : Angela Espinosa, Univ of California/Irvine
Chair(s) : Angela Espinosa, Univ of California/Irvine
En busca de la <eu>tópica especifidad homosexual en "La virgen de los
sicarios" de Fernando Vallejo: Angela Espinosa, Univ of California/Irvine
Escribiendo sobre sexo: mujeres vs. hombres en el Uruguay de los 90:
Giovanna Urdangarain, Indiana Univ/Bloomington
Sexual Expression Under State Surveillance in Pedro Lemebel's Crónicas:
Jane Griffin, Univ of California/Irvine
LASA2004 - 2
THURSDAY / 8:00 am – 9:45 am
Bodies in Displacement: Sexuality and Contemporary Brazilian Culture: Talía
Guzmán-González, Univ of Wisconsin/Madison
Discussant(s) : Freyra Schiwy, University of Connecticut
18 // GEN031 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 6
Power and Politics: Women in Spanish America, 19th and 20th Centuries
Sponsor : Univ Católica de Chile
Organizer : Ana Maria Stuven, Pontificia Univ Católica de Chile, CHILE
Chair(s) : Ana Maria Stuven, Pontificia Univ Católica de Chile, CHILE
La influencia de las mujeres en las sociedades teosóficas centroamericanas,
l920-l940: Marta Casaus Arce, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, SPAIN
Voces del sufragio femenino: Evolución de los discursos masculino y
femenino 1865-1949: Javiera Errázuriz, Universidad Católica de Chile,
CHILE
La construcción del delito femenino a través de la prensa. Análisis de casos
del diario El Mercurio, 1930: Carla Rivera, Universidad de Chile, CHILE
La visión de las mujeres en el unionismo centroamericano: Teresa Garcia
Giraldez, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, SPAIN
Mujeres de clase media en chile: constitución de sujetos femeninos en la
prensa de mujeres de la década de 1920: Claudia Montero, Universidad de
Chile, SPAIN
Chile 1964-1989 or How Middle Sector Conservative Women Wielded
Political Power: Yvonne Berliner, Universidad de Chile, CHILE
Discussant(s) : Ana Maria Stuven, Pontificia Univ Católica de Chile, CHILE
19 // GEN036 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 116
Women's Quotas and Other Electoral Battles
Organizer : Clara Araújo, State Univ of Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL
Chair(s) : Clara Araújo, State Univ of Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL
From 'Militant Motherhood' to Gender Quotas: The Politics of Difference in
the Quest for Citizenship in Argentina: Linda Chen, Indiana University
South Bend
Quotas for Women in Bodies of Political Representation: The Case of Brazil
in an International Comparative Perspective: Clara Araújo, State Univ of
Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL
The Impact of the 1998 Quota Law on the Political Participation of
Colombianas: Stacey Hunt, Rutgers University
Chilean Women In Municipal Politics: Explaining Representation From The
UDI: Magda Hinojosa, Harvard University
20 // HIS005 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 106
Latin American International Histories During the Cold War
Organizer : Jerry Dávila, Univ of North Carolina/Charlotte
Chair(s) : Stephen Streeter, McMaster University, CANADA
De exilios y asilos: Argentina y las migraciones políticas tras la Revolución
Libertadora: Beatriz Figallo, Univ Católica de Rosario y CONICET,
ARGENTINA
Manuel Odría and the Forging of "Cold War" Alliance: Economics,
Narcotics, and Democracy in U.S.-Peruvian Relations, 1948-1952: Glen
Dorn, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Univ
Nonproliferation, Nonalignment and Nuclear Foreign Policies During the
Argentine Proceso, 1976-1983: David Sheinin, Trent University,
CANADA
Prisoner With A Name, Cells Without Numbers: Israeli Foreign Policy and
Human Rights in Argentina: Raanan Rein, Tel Aviv University, ISRAEL
To Forget Tlatelolco: The Formulation of Mexico's Latin America Policy
Between Fidel Castro and Contadora, 1968-1984: Jurgen Buchenau, Univ
of North Carolina/Charlotte
Racialized Relations: Brazil and the Decolonization of Africa, 1960-1980:
Jerry Dávila, Univ of North Carolina/Charlotte
Discussant(s) : Stephen Streeter, McMaster University, CANADA
21 // HIS009 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Top of the Riviera North
Reading Technology, Re-reading History
Organizer : Eden Miller Medina, MIT
Chair(s) : Eden Miller Medina, MIT
Boundless Worlds: Television’s Multinational History?: Luisela Alvaray,
Universidad Central de Venezuela, VENEZUELA
The Science of Nation Building: Agustin Codazzi's Scientific Expeditions and
the Construction of Political Power in Venezuela and Colombia, 18301861: Lina Del Castillo, University of Miami
Ciencia en el Perú del siglo XIX : Antonio Raimondi y la Historia Natural:
Lizardo Alfredo Seiner Lizárraga, PERU
Social and Economic Reform from Above in Cardenista Mexico: The Consejo
Nacional de Educación Superior e Investigación Científica: Ana Maria
Kapelusz Poppi, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
Internet y ciudadanía: Procesos de producción de representaciones sociales
de ciudadanía en tiempos de globalización: Gildardo Martinez,
VENEZUELA
The Cybernetic Road to Socialism: Computation, Ideology, and Governance
in Chile, 1971-1973: Eden Miller Medina, MIT
Fingerprints and Immigrants: Technologies of Social Control in Turn of the
Century Argentina: Julia Rodriguez, University of New Hampshire
Modernity, Gender, and Technology during the Military Regime of Augusto
Pinochet (1973-2000): Margaret Power, Illinois Institute of Technology
Discussant(s) : Peter Winn, Tufts University
22 // HIS014 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 111
Latin American Modernities: Brazil, Peru and Mexico
Organizer : Pamela Voekel, University of Georgia
Chair(s) : Elliot Young, Lewis and Clark College
La influencia del positivismo en el Peru: la mirada educativa de Mercedes
Cabello de Carbonera: Fanni Muñoz Cabrejo, Univ Católica del Perú,
PERU
The Symbols of Modernity: Tchuantepec in the National Imagination: Ageeth
Sluis, University of Arizona
Death and Empire: Capital Punishment, Slavery, and Monarchy in
Nineteenth-Century Brazil: Alexandra Brown, Florida Atlantic University
Liberal Religion in Mexico: The Constitutional Clergy: Pamela Voekel,
University of Georgia
Presencias urbanas: Sociabilidades e identidades de la diferencia: Jorge
Bracamonte Allain, Univ de San Marcos, PERU
Childhood and Popular Culture in Mexico City, 1940-1968: Eileen Ford, Univ
of Illinois/Urbana Champaign
Discussant(s) : Jessica Chapin, Univ of Texas/Austin
23 // HIS036 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 107
Finding Society in Yucatan: Cross-disciplinary Approaches to Yucatecan
History
Organizer : Stephanie Smith, Ohio State University
Chair(s) : Matthew Restall, Penn State University
People as Property: African Slavery in Late Colonial Yucatan: Matthew
Restall, Penn State University
People and Property: Maya Wealth in 19th Century Yucatan: Juliette Levy,
University of California/Riverside
Protecting the People’s Property: Revolutionary Women Teachers and the
Education of the Rural Maya Worker: Stephanie Smith, Ohio State
University
Discussant(s) : Terry Rugeley, University of Oklahoma
24 // INT013 Workshop Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 206
La reformulación del concepto de seguridad en el hemisferio y el impacto
en la región
Sponsor : Washington Office on Latin America
Organizer : Gastón Chillier, Washington Office on Latin America
Chair(s) : Gastón Chillier, Washington Office on Latin America
Participants: Cristina Eguizábal, Ford Foundation Mexico; Victor
Abramovich, CELS; Alvaro Camacho, Universidad de los Andes; Isabel
Jaramillo Edwards, Centro de Estudios sobre América
25 // LAT004 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 205
Action Research with Latino Communities: Community-University
Collaboratives
Sponsor : California State Univ/San Marcos
Organizer : Gerardo Gonzalez, California State Univ/San Marcos
Chair(s) : Konane Martínez, California State Univ/San Marcos
Forging Cooperation and Commitment: The Challenge of University and
Community Health Collaboration: Konane Martínez, California State
Univ/San Marcos
Forging University-Community Collaboratives for Education Reform and
Social Justice in the U.S.-Mexico Border Region: Jorge Riquelme,
California State Univ/San Marcos
Universities and Community Coalitions: The CAFA Case Study: Arcela
Núñez-Alvarez, National Latino Research Center
Discussant(s) : Gerardo Gonzalez, California State Univ/San Marcos
LASA2004 - 3
THURSDAY / 8:00 am – 9:45 am
26 // LAT014 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Grande Ballroom F
Symbolic Politics and Racialized Latino Identities
Organizer : Malgorzata Oleszkiewicz-Peralba, University of Texas/San
Antonio
Chair(s) : Malgorzata Oleszkiewicz-Peralba, University of Texas/San Antonio
Latino Parental Involvement in Children’s Education: Perceptions and
Practices: Victor Córdova, University of Pittsburgh
Beyond Personal Connection: High School Students' Intertextual Address of
Stuctural Racism: Eliane Rubinstein-Avila, University of Education, Shean
Arce, Tucson Magnet High School, Curtis Acosta, Tucson Magnet High
School
Public Opinion on Immigration and Immigrants: Are There Differences by
Race and Ethnicity?: David Leal, University of Texas/Austin, Alan
Kessler, University of Texas/Austin
Latino Comics: An Alternative Revolution in the USA: Ana Merino,
Appalachian State University
Hybridity and Appropriation: The Subversion of Images in the Mexican
American Southwest: Malgorzata Oleszkiewicz-Peralba, University of
Texas/San Antonio
Manipulating Latinidad(es): The Bodily Performance of Cartman as Jennifer
Lopez in "South Park": Jennifer Rudolph, University of Illinois/Chicago
27 // LCN001 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Grande Ballroom H
Las cabezas de Salomé: representaciones orientalistas en el modernismo
hispanoamericano
Organizer : Francisco Morán, Southern Methodist University
Chair(s) : Francisco Morán, Southern Methodist University
Divulgar la letra, dispersar valores: Gómez Carrillo y los libros de
crónicas”: Graciela Montaldo, Universidad Simón Bolívar, VENEZUELA
Viajes imaginarios: el ser y el otro en el modernismo oriental: Jorge
Camacho, University of South Carolina
"De todas las cabezas quiero tu cabeza": La figura de Salomé en Rosario a
Eros, de Delmira Agustini: Ana Peluffo, Univ of California/Davis
Abraham Valdelomar, el opio chino y la invención de los incas: Roberto
Pareja, Georgetown University
Discussant(s) : Gwen Kirkpatrick, Georgetown University
28 // LCO016 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 14
Jewish Latin America: Memory and Representation Panel I
Organizer : Alejandro Meter, University of San Diego
Chair(s) : Alejandro Meter, University of San Diego
De libros y recuerdos: políticas de la memoria en la narrativa del Río de la
Plata: Alejandro Meter, University of San Diego
Una retórica del cruce. Ficciones de identidad en Germán Rozenmacher:
María Gabriela Mizraje, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Sepharad in Brazil: Between the Metaphorical and the Literal: Monique
Rodrigues Balbuena, University of Oregon
Discussant(s) : Darrell Lockhart, University of Nevada/Reno
29 // LCO036 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 3
After Theory's Fall: A Contracorriente and Sociohistorical Approaches
to Latin American Literature
Organizer : Hector Jaimes, North Carolina State University
Monsiváis en la encrucijada de los 60: Gabriela Díaz de Gallegos,
Southwestern University
La pobreza de la teoría como material novelesco: "El fin de la locura" de
Jorge Volpi: Roger Zapata, Montclair State University
Benedetti: La memoria y la utopía: Greg Dawes, North Carolina State
University
Discussant(s) : Peter Smith, Univ of California/San Diego
30 // LCO056 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 13
Displacement, Deterritorialization, and the Uses of Language
Organizer : Virginia Tuma, Duke University
Chair(s) : Tabea Linhard, Washington University/St. Louis
El refugio de la memoria: exilio, memoria y fantasía en 'La Habana para un
infante difunto': Dylon Robbins, Princeton University
¿Ishica, de quién sos?: Language and Memory in Novia que te vea: Tabea
Linhard, Washington University/St. Louis
Code Switching and the Latina/o Political Imaginary: Virginia Tuma, Duke
University
Para una lengua atlántica: Marcos Canteli, Duke University
Argentina in the Wake of “The Battle over Spanish”: the Instituto de Filología
1923-1945: Javier Krauel, Duke University
Discussant(s) : Jorge Marturano, Case Western Reserve University
31 // LCO058 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 5
Instituciones y revistas: construir el siglo XX
Organizer : Carla Giaudrone, Rutgers University
Chair(s) : Carla Giaudrone, Rutgers University
Narrative State Apparatuses: Political Narratology, Novelistic Discourse and
Post-Independent State Formation in Latin America: Abraham Acosta,
University of Michigan
Empeños de homogeneidad y teleología en las estrategias narrativas de
“Historia de la cultura en la América Hispana” de Pedro Henríquez
Ureña: Alberto Egea Fernández-Montesinos, Fund Ctr de Estudios
Andaluces, SPAIN
Narratives of the Centennial Celebrations of Spanish American Independence:
Carla Giaudrone, Rutgers University
La Revista Nosotros (Argentina, 1907-1943) ante la I Guerra Mundial: Clara
Jalif, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, ARGENTINA
Vuelta: Una revista que aspira a entender las cosas: Jaime Perales,
Georgetown University
Mundo y "Nuevo mundo": Dario y el Modernismo Cosmopolita: Clara
Ronderos, Univ of Massachusetts/Amherst
32 // LCO060 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 7
Cuba contemporanea: narrativa y poesía
Organizer : Walfrido Dorta Sánchez, Universidad de la Habana, CUBA
Chair(s) : Walfrido Dorta Sánchez, Universidad de la Habana, CUBA
Unidad y sentido histórico en "Vista del amanecer en el trópico": Luciano
Cruz-Morgado
Desire, History and Narrative in Reinaldo Arenas’s "El palacio de las
blanquísimas mofetas": Erica Miller, University of Pennsylvania
Estaciones, Estados, Documentos: Poesía Cubana e Ideología en los Ochenta
y los Noventa del Siglo XX: Walfrido Dorta Sánchez, Universidad de la
Habana, CUBA
Características de la Poesía Cubana de los Noventa: Yamilé Padrón Alfonso,
Ministerio de Cultura, CUBA
33 // LCO063 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Top of the Riviera South
La novela histórica y la historiografía
Organizer : Kevin Guerrieri, University of San Diego
Chair(s) : Kevin Guerrieri, University of San Diego
La novela histórica latinoamericana reciente: Cecilia López Badano,
University of Oregon
La revolución al azar: Martín Luis Guzmán, el águila y la serpiente y la
paradoja del intelectual: Tanya Huntington, Univ of Maryland/College
Park
Los pliegues del mapa ilustrado: una audición de voces femeninas en una
novela histórica ecuatoriana: Rut Roman
Murder, Revolution and the Labyrinth: Cubans in Costa Rica: Alina
Camacho-Gingerich, St John's University
Estética y política en la novela colombiana de la guerra de los Mil Días: Pax
y Diana cazadora: Kevin Guerrieri, University of San Diego
"La casa de las dos palmas" de Manuel Mejía Vallejo: Documento de una
época, de una región y su cultura: Consuelo Hernández, American
University
34 // LCO066 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 210
Temas Afro-Latinos en el Gran Caribe
Organizer : Thomas Anderson, University of Notre Dame
Chair(s) : Thomas Anderson, University of Notre Dame
Tracing the Development of a Tradition of Afro-Brazilian Women’s Writings.
From Written Subject to Writing Subject: Dawn Duke, University of
Tennessee
Witchcraft, Superstition, and the Havana Underworld: Echoes of Fernando
Ortiz’ "Los negros brujos" in the Works of Two Afrocubanist Poets:
Thomas Anderson, University of Notre Dame
Interpenetrations: José Lins do Rego and His "Sugar Daddy": César BragaPinto, Rutgers University
Perspectiva femenina sobre la esclavitud brasileña: Cristina Sáenz de Tejada,
Goucher College
Alejo Carpentier y Lino Novás Calvo: Singularidad y Diversidad: Cira
Romero Rodríguez, Inst de Literatura y Linguistica, CUBA
Post Colonial Classics of the Dutch Caribbean: Olga Rojer, American
University
LASA2004 - 4
THURSDAY / 8:00 am – 9:45 am
35 // LCO071 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 8
Literature and Cultural Production in Argentina
Organizer : Magdalena Garcia Pinto, University of Missouri
Chair(s) : Magdalena Garcia Pinto, University of Missouri
Globalizacion y post-modernismo en la narrativa chilena contemporanea
(Lemebel, Fuguet, Bolano): Alejandro Bernal
El escritor argentino y la radio de los años treinta: posiciones, préstamos,
transposiciones: Betina Gonzalez, University of Texas/El Paso
The Abject Ass of Ideology: The Meaning of Desertion in Fogwill’s "Los
pichiciegos": Constanza Svidler, Univ of Michigan/Ann Arbor
(Maqui)naciones antagónicas: Erdosain y Houssay se cruzan en el
laboratorio: Hernán Feldman, Indiana University
Avatares culturales de la década de los noventa en la Argentina: Magdalena
Garcia Pinto, University of Missouri
36 // MTG047 LASA Committee Meeting Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am
Royale Skybox 212
Fundraising Committee Meeting I
Sponsor : LASA
Organizer : Marysa Navarro, Dartmouth College
37 // MTI009 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 209
Desplazados y desplazamiento en y de Colombia
Organizer : Alvaro Bolaños, University of Florida
Chair(s) : Alvaro Bolaños, University of Florida
Los desplazados del Valle del Cauca en el siglo XVI: Alvaro Bolaños,
University of Florida
El San Pacho quibdoceño, crónica de un espectáculo y el espectáculo como
crónica: Daniel Mosquera, Union College
El desorden en la sociedad reglada: visiones de los desplazamientos en la
Medellín de los últimos 30 años: Oscar Lopez, Saint Louis University
Nordic Dreams, o "ni todos buenos ni todos malos": los EE UU como
atracción y repulsión en escritores colombianos de los años cincuenta:
Gilberto Gomez, Wabash College
Pintar o escribir: angustia creada por el desplazamiento en "Cárcel por
amor" de Alvaro Pineda Botero: Jose Cardona Lopez, Texas A&M Int'l
University
De Africa al nuevo mundo: desplazamiento y exilio en la obra de Manuel
Zapata Olivella: Olga Arbelaez, Saint Louis University
39 // POL021 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 208
Politicas de Informação e Comunicações: Governo, Sociedade e Relações
de Poder
Organizer : Othon Jambeiro, Universidade Federal da Bahia, BRAZIL
Chair(s) : Othon Jambeiro, Universidade Federal da Bahia, BRAZIL
Sociedade da Informação no Brasil: Relações de Poder e Desenvolvimento
da Telecomunicações: Othon Jambeiro, Universidade Federal da Bahia,
BRAZIL
Políticas de Comunicação no Brasil. O que Muda Com o Governo Lula?:
Valério Brittos, UNISINOS, BRAZIL
Agencias Reguladoras - A Reconciliação com a Política: Murilo Ramos,
Universidade de Brasília, BRAZIL
Wireless Networks and Rural Development: Opportunities for Latin America:
Hernan Galperin, University of South California
41 // POL040 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 113
Subnational Social Spending
Organizer : Gabriela Pérez Yarahuán, Universidad Iberoamericana, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Gabriela Pérez Yarahuán, Universidad Iberoamericana, MEXICO
Policy Choice and Electoral Manipulation in Social Welfare Programs in
Mexico: from PRONASOL to PROGRESA: Gabriela Pérez Yarahuán,
Universidad Iberoamericana, MEXICO
Political Competition and the Composition of Subnational Government
Spending: Alejandra Armesto, University of Notre Dame
Bonds that Free? Local Autonomy and Municipal Bonds in Tijuana, BC,
Mexico: Emily Edmonds-Poli, University of San Diego
The Political System Determinants of the Municipal Expenditure, the
Colombian Case: 1992 - 2000: Monica Pachon, Univ of California/San
Diego, Fabio Sánchez Torres, COLOMBIA
Local Parties and Local Politics: Exploring Budgetary Choices in Bolivia and
Mexico: Matthew Singer, Duke University
42 // POL042 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 115
Economic Crises and Financial Sector Reforms
Organizer : James Mahoney, Brown University
The Politics of Fiscal Reform and Public Bank Privatization in Brazil: Kevin
Schroeder, University of Texas/Austin
Party Ideology and Policy Choices: Daniela Campello, UCLA
Power Distribution and Government Performance – The Political Economy of
Financial Crisis Management and Resolution: Gabriela Nava-Campos,
Northwestern University
43 // RAE007 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 207
Comparing Indigenismo
Organizer : Michelle Bigenho, Hampshire College
Chair(s) : Zoila Mendoza, University of California/Davis
Indians or Criollos: Defining Race and Ethnicity of Argentina’s non-White
Population in Calchaquí Valley, 1899-1910: Oscar Chamosa, Univ of
North Carolina/Chapel Hill
Producción folklórica, regionalismo y nacionalismo entre los cusqueños:
1920-1950: Zoila Mendoza, University of California/Davis
Historicizing Indianness in 20th Century Mexican National Culture: Rick
Lopez, Amherst College
Bolivian Fantasia: Michelle Bigenho, Hampshire College
Excavating Identity: The Use of the Indian Past in Porfirian Mexico: Christina
Bueno, University of California/Davis
Discussant(s) : Brooke Larson, Stony Brook University, Diane Nelson, Duke
University
44 // RAE008 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Grande Ballroom E
Emerging Perspectives on Race, Gender and Anti-racism in Brazil
Organizer : Kia Caldwell, California State Univ/Monterey Bay
Chair(s) : Joao Costa Vargas, University of Texas/Austin
Hyperconsiousness of Race and its Negation: The Dialectic of White
Supremacy in Brazil: Joao Costa Vargas, University of Texas/Austin
Racism, Sexism and Health Experiences: Criola's Programs and the Building
of Alternative Identity and Political Strategies: Sonia dos Santos,
University of Texas/Austin
Race Wars and Black NGO Activism in Brazil: Atahyde Motta Filho,
University of Texas/Austin
Discussant(s) : Jafari Allen, University of Texas/Austin
40 // POL027 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 114
The New Latin American Left: Origins and Future Trajectory
Organizer : César Rodríguez-Garavito, Univ of Wisconsin/Madison
Chair(s) : César Rodríguez-Garavito, Univ of Wisconsin/Madison
Promises Unfulfilled?: Incorporation of Young People into the Partido
Revolucionario Institucional: Frederic Cady, University of Texas/Austin
Lessons from the Left in the City: Benjamin Goldfrank, University of New
Mexico
The Articulation of Social Movements and Political Parties in the New Latin
American Left: Boaventura de Sousa Santos, University of
Wisconsin/Madison
Origins, Proposals and Constraints of the New Latin American Left: Daniel
Chavez, Transnational Institute, THE NETHERLANDS
La Nueva Izquierda Colombiana: Orígenes, Características y Perspectivas:
Patrick Barrett, César Rodríguez-Garavito, Univ of Wisconsin/Madison
LASA2004 - 5
THURSDAY / 10:00 am – 11:45 am
Are There Any Saints Left? Politics, Psychoanalysis, Religion: Bruno
Bosteels, Cornell University
Discussant(s) : Alberto Moreiras, Duke University
Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am
45 // AGR006 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 111
Conflicto Agrario, Cambio Político y Zapatismo en Chiapas, 1994-2004
Organizer : Neil Harvey, New Mexico State University
Chair(s) : María Eugenia Reyes Ramos, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana,
MEXICO
Social Regulation and Oil Extraction in Contemporary Tabasco: Corporate
Interventions in Mexico's Oil Producing Region: Anna Zalik, Cornell
University
Violencia Agraria en Chiapas: María Eugenia Reyes Ramos, Univ Autónoma
Metropolitana, MEXICO
Cambio y Continuidad en el Chiapas Agrario: 1994-2004: Daniel Villafuerte
Solís, Universidad de Chiapas, MEXICO, María del Carmen García del
Aguilar, Universidad de Chiapas, MEXICO
Days of Shaking Fury: Ladinos, Masculinity and the Politics of Land Reform
in Zapatista Chiapas: Aaron Bobrow-Strain, Whitman College
¿Derechos colectivos versus derechos individuales? La asamblea comunitaria
y los cambios en la representación social y política: Inés Castro Apreza,
Universidad de Chiapas, MEXICO
Discussant(s) : Neil Harvey, New Mexico State University
46 // CIT013 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 208
Architecture, Urbanism, and Citizenship
Organizer : Ernesto Capello, University of Texas/Austin
Chair(s) : Ernesto Capello, University of Texas/Austin
"Migrant Architecture" in the Ecuadorian Andes: Local Professional
Discourses, Cultural Dynamics and Social Prestige: Christien Klaufus,
Universiteit Utrecht, THE NETHERLANDS
Do Engenho Velho ao Andarahy Grande: o bairro do Grajaú e a formação de
uma identidade urbana no Rio de Janeiro: Antonio Ferreira Colchete Filho,
BRAZIL
Learning from Favelas, a condition for Survival: The Jeitinho: Paola Jacques,
FAUFBA, BRAZIL
Mapping fin-de-siecle Quito: Cloister, Capital, or City?: Ernesto Capello,
University of Texas/Austin
Palmas: A New Modern Capitol for the State of Tocantines, Brazil: Steven
Wright, Edinboro Univ of Pennsylvania
47 // CTM003 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 101
Art/Justice: Critical Visuality or Global Subsumption
Organizer : Alessandro Fornazzari, Duke University
Chair(s) : Freyra Schiwy, University of Connecticut
Viajes y desplazamientos del cine latinoamericano actual: Edgardo Dieleke
El deseo de perder(se): la casa de juego como performancia literaria y
cinematográfica: Claudine Potvin, University of Alberta, CANADA
Video, Coloniality and the Global Market Place: Freyra Schiwy, University of
Connecticut
Escobar, Genealogy, Freedom: Juan Carlos Rodríguez, Duke University
Beyond Marginality: Connectivity and Conjugation in Aesthetic Theory and
Practice: Jon Beasley-Murray, University of Manchester, UNITED
KINGDOM
Speculation, Abstraction, and the Visual: Visual Arts in the Age of Finance
Capital: Alessandro Fornazzari, Duke University
Marginalidad, Residuo, Diferencia y Crítica: la (im)posibilidad de
narrativizar la esfera estética y política de Chile desde la actualidad: Iara
Diaz Araujo, Duke University
48 // CUL006 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Monaco Tower 17
Psychoanalysis and Politics in Latin America
Sponsor : Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies
Organizer : John Kraniauskas, University of London/Birkbeck, UNITED
KINGDOM
Chair(s) : John Kraniauskas, University of London/Birkbeck, UNITED
KINGDOM
Tiempo, lenguaje, historia: políticas de la inscripción en psicoanálisis:
Federico Galende, CHILE
The New Man, Melancholia and Oedipus' Sons (Contemporary Intellectual
Production in Post-Revolutionary Cuba): Marta Hernandez Salvan, Duke
University
Terror and Surrender: Rozitchner and the Political Critique of Lacanianism:
Philip Derbyshire, University of London/Birkbeck, UNITED KINGDOM
49 // CUL012 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 112
Rethinking Cosmopolitanism II
Organizer : Fernando Rosenberg, Yale University
Chair(s) : Fernando Rosenberg, Yale University
Consuming Cosmopolitanism: Emily Hind, Universidad Iberoamericana,
MEXICO
Cosmopolitanism Means Synchronization: Latin American Radio in the 30s
and 40s: Anke Birkenmaier, Yale University
Cosmopolitics and the Question of Literature: Lezama Lima's "La Expresion
Americana": Roman de la Campa, SUNY/Stony Brook
Discussant(s) : Horacio Legras, Georgetown University
50 // CUL034 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Monaco Tower 15
Rethinking Spain's and Latin American Transatlantic Cultural Relations
Organizer : Marina Perez De Mendiola, Scripps College
Chair(s) : Marina Perez De Mendiola, Scripps College
Jorge Oteiza's Modernity and His Latin American Travels: Marina Perez De
Mendiola, Scripps College
Crossing through Chueca: Spanish and Latin American Lesbians and the
Literature of Queer Madrid: Jill Robbins, University of California/Irvine
From Poverty of a Culture to Hybrid Cultures: The Development of Chicano
Studies in Spain: Salvador Fernández, Occidental College
Eroticismo transatlánticos en la red: Venus en Buenos Aires y el cibersexo:
Maite Zubiaurre, University of Southern California
La historia de la cándida Eréndira desde la perspectiva postcolonialista:
César López, Scripps College
Discussant(s) : Roberta Johnson, Kansas University
51 // CUL037 Workshop Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 104
Pedagogy and Culture in Latin(o) American Studies
Organizer : Silvia Tandeciarz, The College of William and Mary
Chair(s) : Silvia Tandeciarz, The College of William and Mary
Participants: Sandra Raggio, Universidad de la Plata; Christina Buckley,
Furman University; Carla Buck, The College of William and Mary; Alice
Nelson, Evergreen State College
52 // DEM016 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 105
The Chilean Right and the 2005 Presidential Election
Organizer : Paul Sigmund, Princeton University
Chair(s) : Paul Sigmund, Princeton University
The Ideologies and Program of the Chilean Right: Paul Sigmund, Princeton
University
Electoral Rules and Mutual Aversion: Why Electoral Alliance of the RN and
UDI Continues Despite their Differences: Francisco Javier Diaz, University
of Pittsburgh
Joaquin Lavín y la nueva agenda: Eugenio Guzman, Universidad Adolfo
Ibanez, CHILE
Discussant(s) : Mark Falcoff, American Enterprise Institute, Hannah StewartGambino, Lehigh University
53 // DEM019 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 113
Argentina Tres Años Después del Derrumbe.
Organizer : Marcelo Cavarozzi, USAM, ARGENTINA
Chair(s) : Marcelo Cavarozzi, USAM, ARGENTINA
Los desafíos de la nueva relación entre política y economía: Marcelo
Cavarozzi, USAM, ARGENTINA
El sistema de representación después "diluvio". Hacia una relectura del
esquema partidario argentino: Juan Manuel Abal Medina,
UBA/CONICET, ARGENTINA, María Celeste Ratto,
UBA/CONICET/FLACSO (Argentina), ARGENTINA
El patrón Argentino de fragmentación política. Una transición dentro de la
consolidación democrática (Diciembre 2001- Abril 2003): María Matilde
Ollier, Fundación Fundar y revista Textos, ARGENTINA
La Argentina ante una encrucijada histórica: ¿de regreso al modelo
sustitutivo o rumbo a una economía abierta y competitiva?: Guillermo
Rozenwurcel, UNSAM-CONICET, ARGENTINA
El discreto encanto de la opacidad: Intelectuales y cultura sin paraísos ni
infiernos. Argentina 2001-2003: Horacio Crespo, Univ Autó del Estado de
Morelos, MEXICO
LASA2004 - 6
THURSDAY / 10:00 am – 11:45 am
Still a National Party System? Evidences and Uncertainties about the
Argentinean Federalization of Party Competition: Julieta Suarez Cao,
Northwestern University, Luciana Cingolani, Universidad de Buenos Aires,
ARGENTINA
Reflexiones después de la crisis: la necesidad de reconstruir las capacidades
del estado argentino: Facundo Nejamkis, UBA/UNQ, ARGENTINA,
Matías Triguboff, UBA/CONICET, ARGENTINA
Discussant(s) : Juan Manuel Abal Medina, UBA/CONICET, ARGENTINA
54 // ECO023 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 201
Perspectives on the Financial Sector in Latin America
Organizer : Patricia Ledesma Liébana, Northwestern University
Chair(s) : Giovanna Aguilar Andía, Pontificia Univ Católica del Perú, PERU
The Political Economy of Foreign Banks in Mexico: The Politics and
Paradoxes of Protection in an Ostensibly Open Economy: Diana Thorburn,
Johns Hopkins University, JAMAICA
La morosidad de las Instituciones Microfinancieras (IMF) Peruanas:
Giovanna Aguilar Andía, Pontificia Univ Católica del Perú, PERU,
Gonzalo Camargo Cárdenas, Pontificia Univ del Perú, PERU
Managing Reserves and the Banking System: The 1998-99 Banking Crisis in
Peru: Patricia Ledesma Liébana, Northwestern University
External Vulnerability of Emerging Economies and Regional Financial
Cooperation: East Asia and Latin America: Geneviève Marchini, Univ of
Guadalajara, MEXICO
Dollarization in Ecuador: Policy, Process, and Outcome: Tricia Mulligan,
Iona College, John Riley, Jr, Kutztown Univ of Pennsylvania
Situación financiera de América Latina: Balance crítico de los últimos 10
años: Mercedes Garcia Ruiz, ANEC, CUBA
The Cuban Central Bank - Cuban exceptionalism, "el bono revolucionario",
and other Market-Friendly Recommendations Towards Financial
Integration: Jose Gabilondo, Florida Intl University
55 // ECO026 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 207
Foreign Trade and Aid in Latin America
Organizer : Jon Jonakin, TN Technological University
Chair(s) : Jon Jonakin, TN Technological University
The Contradictions of Latin American Export Promotion: The Growth of
Manufactured Exports, Debt, and De-industrialized Labor: Jon Jonakin,
TN Technological University
Who Gets Foreign Aid, and Why? The Structures of Aid Organizations in the
US and Brazil: Gina Yannitell Reinhardt, Washington University
Vested Interests and the Political Economy of Tariff Setting: Monica Arruda
de Almeida, UCLA
Overstretch and Underdevelopment: Export Processing Zones, US Hegemony
and the Limits to “Soft Power” in Latin America and the Middle East: Pete
Moore, University of Miami, Andrew Schrank
El entorno externo latinoamericano y caribeño: análisis comparativo de los
patrones de relaciones económicas de Estados Unidos y la unión europea
con la región: Hilda Elena Puerta Rodriguez, Universidad de la Habana,
CUBA
El Proyecto ALCA: Una propuesta para el desarrollo de América Latina?:
Carmen Barbara Quintela Fernandez, Universidad de la Habana, CUBA
56 // ENV005 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 203
Local and Non-Local Actors and Responses to Conservation
Organizer : Alison Cliath, Washington State University
Chair(s) : Mary Brook, University of Texas/Austin
Caminando por Cuba con John Francis: por la paz, la amistad entre los
pueblos y la conservación del medio ambiente: Carlos Rosa Saavedra,
ECOVIDA, CUBA, Carlos Díaz Guanche, ECOVIDA, CUBA
Cross-Scale Linkages among Forest Management Institutions in the Miskitu
Commons: Mary Brook, University of Texas/Austin
Mediating Actors in Environmental Conservation? A Comparative Study of
INGO – State (?) - Community Relationships in Guatemala, Honduras,
Costa Rica and Cuba: Alison Cliath, Washington State University, Erik
Nielsen, Alaska Pacfic University
Los actores locales comunitarios en la gestión ambiental. Estudios de caso en
áreas protegidas cubanas: Lilia Teresa Núñez Moreno, CIPS, CUBA
57 // GEN004 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 7
Género, Violencia y Salud Reproductiva
Organizer : Irene Casique, Univ Nacional Autónoma de México
Chair(s) : Irene Casique, Univ Nacional Autónoma de México
¿Cuándo puedo decir no? Empoderamiento femenino y sexo no deseado en
México: Irene Casique, Univ Nacional Autónoma de México
Violencia contra mujeres. Resultados de la primera encuesta nacional sobre
violencia doméstica en México: Roberto Castro, UNAM, MEXICO
La percepción de los estudiantes adolescentes de la violencia familiar. El
caso de Chiapas y San Luis Potosí, México: Leticia Suárez, Inst Nacional
de Salud Pública, MEXICO, Catherine Menkes, MEXICO
Sexual Coercion at First Sex in Brazil: Evidence from Belo Horizonte, Minas
Gerais and Recife, Pernambuco: Ann Moore, The Alan Guttmacher
Institute
Gender, Race, Violence, and Reproductive Health in Unions: The Experience
of a ‘Favela’ in Belo Horizonte, Brazil: Paula Miranda-Ribeiro, UFMG,
BRAZIL, Júnia Quiroga, BRAZIL
Discussant(s) : Gloria González-López, University of Texas/Austin
58 // GEN025 Workshop Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 206
Mujeres Mirando al Sur: Antología de Poetas Sudamericanas en USA
Organizer : Zulema Moret, Great Valley State University
Chair(s) : Maria Negroni, Sarah Lawrence College
Participants: Lila Zemborain, New York University; Mariela Dreyfus, New
York University; Consuelo Hernández, American University; Emma
Sepulveda, University of Nevada/Reno; Gladys Illaregui, University of
Delaware; Alicia Partnoy, Loyola Marymount University
Discussant(s) : Zulema Moret, Great Valley State University
59 // GEN035 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Grande Ballroom H
Women, Art, and Literature in Contemporary Latin America
Organizer : Ana Eugenia Hib Mainero, Universidad de Buenos Aires,
ARGENTINA
Chair(s) : Virginia Adan-Lifante, Texas A & M University
Exposiciones de artistas mujeres desde la reapertura de la democracia:
discursos curatoriales y reconfiguración de la subjetividad argentina: Ana
Eugenia Hib Mainero, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Building a Bridge Between Cosmopolitanism and Border Thinking: Latin
American and Latina Women's Incursion within Strategies of Displacement
and Diasporic Travel: Carolina Latorre, Purdue University
Aquí también cuentan las mujeres: Feminismo en el ensayo puertorriqueño
contemporáneo: Virginia Adan-Lifante, Texas A & M University
The Shadow of Medusa: Gender, Identity and Intertext in "La Milagrosa" by
Carmen Boullosa: Maria Akrabova, Wichita State University
El chiste como estrategia en la agencia femenina de la ensayista
latinoamericana: Lucero Tenorio-Gavin, Oklahoma State University
60 // HIS035 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Monaco Tower 13
Cultural History and the Transnational Turn: New Approaches
Organizer : Micol Seigel, Cal State Univ/Los Angeles
The "Pernicious Gringo": William Jenkins and the Rhetoric of the Mexican
Revolution: Andrew Paxman, University of Texas/Austin
Bananas and Leisure: The United Fruit Company's Caribbean Tourist
Enterprise, 1899-1940: James Martin, University of New Mexico
'Consuming and Producing Nations': Fordist Fictions in Brazilian Coffee Ad
Campaigns: Micol Seigel, Cal State Univ/Los Angeles
Between the Intertextual and the International, the Transcultural and the
Transnational: Mexico, the United States, and Film c.1930-c.1960: Seth
Fein, Yale University
Colonial Outpost to Bohemian Mecca: The Development of Tourism in San
Miguel de Allende, Mexico, 1926-1960: Lisa Pinley, Yale University
Discussant(s) : Richard Rodriguez, Cal State Univ/Los Angeles
61 // HIS041 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 108
Violence and Order in Mexico
Organizer : William Beezley, University of Arizona
Chair(s) : Alexander Dawson, Simon Fraser University, CANADA
Indigenismo and Caciquismo in Post-Revolutionary Mexico: Alexander
Dawson, Simon Fraser University, CANADA
Death, Desacralization, and the Will: Death Rites in 18th Century Mexico:
Brian Larkin, St John's University
Puppets for Progress: The Teatro Petul and Indigenismo in Highland
Chiapas, Mexico, 1952-1955: Stephen Lewis, California State Univ/Chico
La Revolucion Mexicana bajo la mirada de Anita Brenner: Yolanda Padilla,
Univ Autónoma de Aguascalientes, MEXICO
El Legado Jesuita y La Educación de los Indios: El Colegio de San Luis de la
Paz en el Siglo XVIII: Ileana Schmidt-Díaz de León, Universidad de
Guanajuato, MEXICO
LASA2004 - 7
THURSDAY / 10:00 am – 11:45 am
'Mexican Citizens on a Mission’: The Bracero Program from a Mexico City
Perspective”: Michael Snodgrass, Purdue University/Indianapolis
62 // INT006 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 110
State Terror in Latin America I
Organizer : Cecilia Menjivar, Arizona State University
Chair(s) : Néstor Rodríguez, CANADA, and Cecilia Menjivar, Arizona State
University
Un Caso de Modernización Dependiente: La Política Exterior Colombiana y
la Norteamericanización del Ejército Nacional (1951-1959): Saúl Mauricio
Rodríguez Hernández, COLOMBIA
Destabilizing Chile: The United States and the Overthrow of Allende: Stephen
Streeter, McMaster University, CANADA
Operation Condor and the Inter-American Military System: J Patrice
McSherry, Long Island University
Militarization, Paramilitarization, and State Violence in Oaxaca, Mexico:
Kristin Norget, McGill University, CANADA
Colombian State Violence and the Role of the United States: John Dugas,
Kalamazoo College
Foreign Influences & State Terrorism in Uruguay: Jeff Ryan, Univ of
Arkansas/Fayetteville
63 // INT022 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 107
Latin America's Relations with Asia and Europe
Organizer : Shigeru Kochi, Japan Society for Promo of Science, JAPAN
Chair(s) : Roberto Dominguez Rivera, University of Miami
The European Union and Mexico: Discovering the New “South of North
America”: Roberto Dominguez Rivera, University of Miami
Latin America Relations with Asia-Pacific: Multilateral and Bilateral
Institutionalization Strategies: Gonzalo Paz, George Washington Univ
The Politics of Free Trade Agreements between Latin American and Asian
Nations: Shigeru Kochi, Japan Society for Promo of Science, JAPAN
El triángulo EE.UU.-Europa-América Latina. Retos y oportunidades para la
proyección europea hacia América Latina: Nelson Roque Valdés, ISRI,
CUBA
64 // LAB002 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 211
Personalizing Politics: Affective and Effective Ties Forged Between
Individual Leaders and Latin American Workers
Organizer : Joann (Jody) Pavilack, Univ of Mississippi
Chair(s) : John French, Duke University
‘Wretched Clown, Miserable Mixture of Monkey and rat’: Gabriel González
Videla and the Great Chilean Betrayal of 1946-48: Joann (Jody) Pavilack,
Univ of Mississippi
As origens sociais do brizolismo em Porto Alegre: Alexandre Fortes, Inst
Fundação Perseu Abramo, BRAZIL
Voices From the Cane: Union, Race, and Environment in Pernambuco’s Zona
da Mata, 1963-1985: Thomas Rogers, Duke University
Francisco Xavier Da Costa, O “Homen-Ponte”: Trajetória de um líder
socialista no sul do Brasil, Porto Alegre, 1870-1934: Benito Schmidt,
UFRGS, BRAZIL
65 // LAT013 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 115
Latino Health, Gender, Healing, and Action Research
Organizer : Sarah McKinnon, University of Texas/Austin
Chair(s) : Sarah McKinnon, University of Texas/Austin
Promotoras from the U.S.-Mexico Border Colonias: Identity and the
Construction of Culture Brokerage Roles: Marlynn May, Texas A&M
University, Ricardo Contreras, University of South Florida
"Al Servicio de la Comunidad," A Community Faith-Based Initiative: Patricia
Documét, University of Pittsburgh, Daniele Vallecorsa, Latino Catholic
Community Diocese
A Comparison of Contraceptive Use among Hispanics on the US-Mexico
Border and Hispanics throughout the United States: Kristine Hopkins,
Sarah McKinnon, University of Texas/Austin
Immigrants into Pilgrims: Mexican/Latino Sacred Ritual in the Great Lakes
Barrios: Juan Javier Pescador, Michigan State University
Violencia doméstica contra la mujer latina en Nueva Jersey; recomendaciones
para la mejora de los servicios sociales: Maria Zarza, Universidad
Autónoma de Madrid, Rachel Adler, College of New Jersey
66 // LAW002 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Top of the Riviera
North
The Judicialization of Politics in Latin America
Organizer : Line Schjolden, Univ of London/Univ of Oxford, UNITED
KINGDOM
Chair(s) : Alan Angell, University of Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM
Profissionalismo e política no controle da constitucionalidade das leis no
Brasil: Fabiana Luci Oliveira, Univ Federal de São Carlos, BRAZIL
Judicialization of Politics: Changing Patterns in the Political and Social Role
of Judicial Institutions in Mexico: Pilar Domingo, Universidad de
Salamanca, SPAIN
Changing Dynamics: The Political Impact of the Constitutional Court in
Costa Rica: Bruce Wilson, University of Central Florida
Evaluating the Judicialization of Politics in Chile: The Constitutional
Jurisprudence on Individual Rights Under Democracy: Javier Couso,
Universidad Diego Portales, CHILE
Petitioning and Creating Rights. Judicialization in Argentina: Catalina
Smulovitz, CONICET, ARGENTINA
Constitucionalismo, Expansão da Justiça e Judicialização da Política no
Brasil: Rogerio Arantes, Pontifícia Univ Católica/São Paulo, BRAZIL
Discussant(s) : Rachel Sieder, University of London, UNITED KINGDOM
67 // LAW003 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 202
Models for Public Participation in Environmental Decision Making in
Latin America
Sponsor : Tulane University
Organizer : Daniel Whittle, Environmental Defense
Chair(s) : Daniel Whittle, Environmental Defense
Improving Coastal Zone Management in Cuba through Participation of
Stakeholder Groups and the General Public in Project Planning and
Implementation: Daniel Whittle, Environmental Defense
Pluralistic Decision-Making in Cuban Coastal Management: A Beach Head in
Havana?: Eric Dannenmaier, Tulane University
Metodología General para realizar Consultas Públicas dentro del Proceso de
Evaluación de Impacto Ambiental en Cuba. Primeras experiencias a partir
de su aplicación en dos proyectos: Candice Kanepa, Ministry of
Science/Cuba, CUBA
Discussant(s) : Kathryn Hochstetler, Colorado State University
68 // LCN005 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Monaco Tower 16
Colonial Discourse and the Reinvention of Identity, History and Religion
in Early American Texts
Organizer : Leisa Kauffmann, Univ of Illinois/Urbana Champaign
Chair(s) : Leisa Kauffmann, Univ of Illinois/Urbana Champaign
Legend of the Tepozteco: Mesoamerican and Catholic mythology: Margarita
Vargas-Betancourt, Tulane University
Aiming Colonial Discourse Back at its Source: The Colonial Pre- Hispanic
Past of Fernando de Alva Ixtlilxochitl Historia de la nación Chichimeca:
Leisa Kauffmann, Univ of Illinois/Urbana Champaign
Defiance and Manipulation of Colonial Discourse in Highland Guatemala:
Nestor Quiroa, Wheaton College
Contesting Colonial Discourse: A Re-reading of La Malinche and
Pocahontas: Gema Ortega, University of Illinois
O Judeu: Una Reflexão sobre o Brasil colonial e contemporâneo: Simone
DaSilva, Univ of Illinois
Discussant(s) : Nicanor Domínguez, Prescott College
69 // LCN006 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 4
Retóricas coloniales: pasado y presente
Organizer : Yolanda Martínez-San Miguel, University of Pennsylvania
Chair(s) : Yolanda Martínez-San Miguel, University of Pennsylvania
El mar y los regresos notas sobre en viaje en la poesía cubana: Norberto
Codina Boeras, Unión Escritores y Artistas Cuba, CUBA
Inventing a European Republic in pre-Hispanic Tlaxcala: Creole Treatment of
the Indigenous Past in Xicotencatl: Jongsoo Lee, University of North Texas
Del exceso a la carencia: definiendo un paradigma retórico en la narrativa
del fracaso: Yolanda Martínez-San Miguel, University of Pennsylvania
La pintura y el cuerpo. Retórica de la imagen en el Reino de Nueva Granada:
Jaime Borja, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, COLOMBIA
Alteridad religiosa, transubstanciación y agencia criolla en Sor Juana Inés de
la Cruz: Carlos Jauregui, Vanderbilt University
"Rito terminal": la ambigua práctica discursiva de una ceremonia indígena
recontada por el nuevo cine mexicano: Alessandra Luiselli, Texas A&M
University
LASA2004 - 8
THURSDAY / 10:00 am – 11:45 am
Discussant(s) : Luis Fernando Restrepo, University of Arkansas
70 // LCO001 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 8
Cuban Women Writers Now
Organizer : Mary Berg, Harvard University
Chair(s) : Mary Berg, Harvard University
Humor as Survival Strategy: Short Stories by Adelaida Fernández, Anna Lidia
Vega Serova and Karla Suárez: Mary Berg, Harvard University
La iconoclasia femenina de los noventa: Reconstrucción de la imagen de la
mujer en la obra de las narradoras cubanas finiseculares: Mayra Beatriz
Martínez Díaz, Ctro de Estudios Martianos, CUBA
Los que no se fueron pero tampoco se quedaron: cartografías del
desplazamiento y la estética liminal en la cuentística femenina
contemporánea: Barbara Riess, Allegheny College
"Cimarroneándose": Black Cuban Women Poets Rewrite the Rebel Black
Woman as Historical Subject: Paula Sanmartín, University of Texas/Austin
71 // LCO017 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Monaco Tower 14
Jewish Latin America: Memory and Representation Panel II
Organizer : Alejandro Meter, University of San Diego
Chair(s) : Ariana Huberman, Alfred University
Escribiendo desde las roturas: memoria, judeidad y extranjería en la obra de
Tamara Kamenszain: Ariana Huberman, Alfred University
Imagen y memoria: la fototextualidad en obras de Agosín, Glantz y Rosencof:
Darrell Lockhart, University of Nevada/Reno
Jewish collective memory in "Morirás Lejos" by Emilio Pacheco: Kerry
Kautzman, Alfred University
Discussant(s) : Erin Graff Zivin, University of Pittsburgh
72 // LCO018 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Grande Ballroom E
Babel: Lenguajes, Estéticas, Comunidades
Organizer : Francine Masiello, Univ of California/Berkeley
Chair(s) : Francine Masiello, Univ of California/Berkeley
Babel: Marta Ana Diz, City Univ of NY/Lehman College
Actualidad de la poesía: oralidad y texturas digitales: Bárbara Belloc,
ARGENTINA
Los Alti-Bajos de la poesía: Francine Masiello, Univ of California/Berkeley
The Many Tongued Babel of the Avant-Garde: Esthetics, Cosmopolitanism
and Poetry: Gwen Kirkpatrick, Georgetown University
73 // LCO028 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 3
Políticas culturales y editoriales en Latinoamérica: el caso de los premios
literarios
Organizer : Híber Conteris, University of Arizona
Chair(s) : Híber Conteris, University of Arizona
Los premios literarios y la trayectoria del canon: "Rómulo Gallegos" y "Casa
de las Américas": Anadeli Bencomo, University of Houston
El Premio Casa de las Américas y la "creación" de una nueva literatura:
Jorge Fornet, Casa de las Américas, CUBA
El "Rómulo Gallegos": quejas en el continente: María Eugenia Mudrovcic,
Michigan State University
El Centro "Onelio Jorge Cardoso" y el concurso "César Galeano": una
novedosa experiencia literaria: Eduardo Rafael Heras, Casa de las
Américas, CUBA
Discussant(s) : Beatriz González-Stephan, Rice University
74 // LGS003 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 114
Writing and Performing Illicit Sexualities
Organizer : Guillermo De Los Reyes, University of Houston
Chair(s) : Jesús Jambrina, University of Iowa
Nación Marica: Arturo Márquez, FLACSO, CHILE
"Demonios en el convento:" Illicit Sexualities Among Priests and the Sexual
Moral Discourses in Colonial Mexico: Guillermo De Los Reyes, University
of Houston
The Dangerously Delicious Art of Being a Flaming Queen in Brazil: There Is
Something Queer in "Navalha na carne": Cláudio Medeiros, Middlebury
College
75 // MTG052 LASA Committee Meeting Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am
Royale Skybox 212
Fundraising Committee Meeting II
Sponsor : LASA
Organizer : Marysa Navarro, Dartmouth College
76 // MTI022 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 209
From Clothing to Coyotes: XIX Century Accounts of Travel,
Immigration, and Nation-Building
Organizer : Rebecca Stephanis, Princeton University
Sartorial adventures in Mexico: Claire Lindsay, University of London,
UNITED KINGDOM
Julia Ward Howe's A TRIP TO CUBA (1860), a Poetics of Racial and
Cultural Prejudice: Juan Pablo Spicer-Escalante, Utah State University
Journalist or 'coyote'? Moritz Alemann, the 'Tageblatt', and immigration in
nineteenth-century Argentina: Jennifer Valko, University of
California/Davis
77 // MTI027 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 210
LA: Migration Epicenter
Organizer : Beth Baker-Cristales, California State Univ/Los Angeles
Chair(s) : Leisy Abrego, UCLA
Challenging Inequality, Re-Working Citizenship: The Grassroots Politics of
Immigrant Labor in Metropolitan Los Angeles: Armando Mejia, Univ of
Wisconsin/Madison
Reinventing the Family: Salvadoran Experiences of Family Separation Due to
International Migration: Leisy Abrego, UCLA
The Maturation of a Metropolitan Maya Community: James Loucky, Western
Washington University
Transnational Guatemalan Communities in the U.S: Linda Quiquivix
78 // POL031 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 116
Why Fox Failed: Implications for Mexico and US-Mexico Relations
Organizer : Pamela Starr, ITAM, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Jorge Dominguez, Harvard University
Explaining Split Ticket Voting in the 2000 Federal Elections in Mexico:
Yuriko Takahashi, Cornell University
Presidencialismo Lite: Fox's Failed Governing Strategies: Pamela Starr,
ITAM, MEXICO
Legislative-Executive Relations in Democratic Mexico: Explaining the PAN's
Behavior during the first half of the Fox Administration: Yemile Mizrahi,
Woodrow Wilson Center
Surviving the End: The PRI after 2000: Joy Langston, CIDE, MEXICO
The Spanish Fantasy in the North American Dream: Vicente Fox's Foreign
Policy Failure: David Ayon, Loyola Marymount Univ
The Congress and US Migration Politics: Obstacles to a US-Mexico
Migration Agreement: Andrew Selee, Woodrow Wilson Ctr
Discussant(s) : Jorge Dominguez, Harvard University
79 // POL049 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 109
Analytical Approaches to Legislative Politics, II
Organizer : Mark Jones, Michigan State University
Chair(s) : Natalia Ajenjo, ITALY
Time as a Non-institutional Tool for Agenda Control: a Survival Analysis of
Legislation in Four Central American Countries: Natalia Ajenjo, ITALY
Executive-Legislative Relations and Economic Policy Strategies; the Design
of Stabilization Programs: Leonardo Adalberto Gatica-Arreola
Congress, Informal Institutions and Economic Reform: Andres Mejia Acosta,
University of Notre Dame, Simón Pachano, FLASCO/Ecuador,
ECUADOR
The Politics of Cosponsorship in Venezuela: Leslie Schwindt-Bayer,
University of Mississippi, Gregg Johnson, SUNY/Buffalo
80 // RAE016 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 106
Políticas inter-étnicas y estados multinacionales: retos del siglo XXI
Organizer : Elizabeth Monasterios, University of Pittsburgh
Chair(s) : Mario Blaser, McMaster University, CANADA
Blackness After "Negrismo," Variations on the AfroAntillean Idea in
Contemporary Cuban and Puerto Rican Literature: Jerome Branche,
University of Pittsburgh
Desarrollo de políticas inter-étnicas en Bolivia: Seemin Qayum, United
Nations
Del indigenismo estatal al indigenismo post-nacional: hacia un nuevo
contexto de relaciones inter-étnicas: Elizabeth Monasterios, University of
Pittsburgh
Otto Bauer's "Multinational State" in a Latin American Context: John
Beverley, University of Pittsburgh
Indígenas del Chaco Paraguayo: ¿proyectos de vida o proyectos de
desarrollo?: Mario Blaser, McMaster University, CANADA
LASA2004 - 9
THURSDAY / 10:00 am – 11:45 am
Discussant(s) : Mary Jo Dudley, Cornell University
81 // ROR007 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 205
Christianity as Social Broker: Religious Mediation in Central America
Organizer : Bruce Calder, University of Illinois/Chicago
Chair(s) : Bruce Calder, University of Illinois/Chicago
The Guatemalan Catholic Church from Counter-Revolution to Revolution:
Bruce Calder, University of Illinois/Chicago
The Mediation of the Catholic Church in Bolivia and Central America:
Emelio Betances, Gettysburg College
Christian Faith/Mayan Spirtituality: Theological Contextualization and
Resistance: Garry Sparks, Univ of Chicago/Divinity School
Contending National Projects: The Guatemalan Catholic Church and the
State During the October Revolution, 1944-1954: Bonar Hernandez, Univ
of Texas/Austin
Casting Out Demons in Almolonga: Spiritual Warfare in Guatemala: Virginia
Garrard-Burnett, University of Texas/Austin
82 // SEC007 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 6
Indigenous People, Emigrants, and Gangs: Palimpsests of Power in El
Salvador
Sponsor : Central America Section
Organizer : Douglas Carranza Mena, California State Univ/Northridge
Chair(s) : Douglas Carranza Mena, California State Univ/Northridge
The Representation of a Palimpsest of Power: Land Adjudication, Town and
Nomenclature in El Salvador: Douglas Carranza Mena, California State
Univ/Northridge
"¡Fíjense en estas caras!" to "Plan Mano Dura": Discipline, Control, and
Biopolitics in El Salvador (1920-2003): Ellen Moodie, Univ of
Illinois/Urbana-Champaign
Articulating Difference in Neoliberal El Salvador: Brandt Peterson, Univ of
Texas/Austin
Census, Map and Museum Revisited: Salvadoran Emigrants and
Transnational Governing Practices of the Salvadoran State: Robin
Delugan, Univ of California/Berkeley
Discussant(s) : José Rabasa, Univ of California/Berkeley
83 // SEC008 Workshop Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 103
Central American Literature
Sponsor : Central America Section
Organizer : Beatriz Cortez, California State Univ/Northridge
Participants: Ricardo Roque, Universidad Centroamericana; Arturo Arias,
University of Redlands; Rafael Lara Martínez, New Mexico Tech; Nicasio
Urbina, Tulane University; Jennifer Gómez, Ohio State University; Alicia
Estrada, Univ of California/Santa Cruz; Dante Liano, Univ degli Studi di
Milano; Héctor Leyva, Univ Nacional de Honduras; Claudia Ferman,
University of Richmond
Chair(s) : Beatriz Cortez, California State Univ/Northridge
84 // SEC015 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Grande Ballroom F
Revisitar a Carpentier cien años después
Sponsor : Cuba Section
Organizer : José Antonio Baujín Pérez, Univ de la Habana, CUBA
Chair(s) : Ana Cairo Ballester, Univ de la Habana, CUBA
Carpentier y la cultura estadounidense: Ana Cairo Ballester, Univ de la
Habana, CUBA
Carpentier: Coleccionista de arte: Luz Merino Acosta, Univ de la Habana,
CUBA
De Galdós a Valle-Inclán y la España decimónica de las novelas de
Carpentier: José Antonio Baujín Pérez, Univ de la Habana, CUBA
Revisitar a Carpentier en "La consagración de la primavera": Julio
Rodriguez Puértolas, Univ Autónoma de Madrid, SPAIN
"El recurso del método": un juego de tensiones del poder: Raquel Arias, Univ
Carlos III de Madrid, SPAIN
Discussant(s) : Rogelio Rodríguez Coronel, Univ de la Habana, CUBA
85 // SEC016 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 2
Gender and the Politics of Culture: Music, Food, Tourism and Social
Transformation/Contestation
Sponsor : Culture, Power & Politics Section
Organizer : Patricia Zavella, Univ of California/Santa Cruz
Chair(s) : Florence Babb, Univ of Iowa
Tourism and its Discontents: Gendered Effects in Nicaragua and Cuba:
Florence Babb, Univ of Iowa
Powerful Women, Gender, Power and Music in Yucatan, Mexico: Gabriela
Vargas-Cetina, Univ Autónoma/Yucatán, MEXICO
The Weight Food has: Yucatecan Women and Discourses on the Body: Steffan
Igor Ayora-Diaz, Univ Autónoma/Yucatán, MEXICO
Popular Education, Gender and Governmentality in Nicaragua: Rosario
Montoya, Univ of Colorado/Boulder
Image, Action, Memory: Photography in the Work of a Chilean Human Rights
Activist: Lessie Jo Frazier, Univ of South Carolina
Paradise and Gendered Realities: Women Tourist Workers in Jamaica: Lynn
Bolles, Univ of Maryland
Discussant(s) : Patricia Zavella, Univ of California/Santa Cruz
86 // SEC043 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 1
Police Reform in Latin America: Challenges Ahead
Sponsor : Law & Society Section
Organizer : Mark Ungar, Woodrow Wilson Center
Chair(s) : Mark Ungar, Woodrow Wilson Center
Inquérito: ícone de poder da Polícia Judiciária: Jorge Zaverucha, Univ
Federal de Pernambuco, BRAZIL
Depoliticisation in the Reform of the Panamian Security Apparatus: Corinne
Caumartin, Univ of Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM
America or Americas?: The Politics of Police Reform in New Orleans, USA
and Recife, Brazil: Anthony Pereira, Tulane University, Jorge Zaverucha,
Univ Federal de Pernambuco, BRAZIL
Not the Weakest Link Anymore: Failed Attempts to Reform the Carabineros
Police During
the Chilean Democratic Consolidation: Nibaldo Galleguillos, McMaster
University, CANADA
Discussant(s) : Mark Ungar, Woodrow Wilson Center
87 // SEC046 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 5
New Trends in Latino/a Queer Studies
Sponsor : Lesbian & Gay Section
Organizer : Lawrence LaFountain-Stokes, University of Michigan/Ann Arbor
Chair(s) : Lawrence LaFountain-Stokes, University of Michigan/Ann Arbor
The Disappearing Archives of Desire: Queer Latina and Latino Bodies in the
San Francisco Bay Area: Horacio Roque Ramírez, Univ of
California/Santa Barbara
On Stage and in Life: Latina/o Stand-up as Activism: Raul Rubio, Wellesley
College
Reading Against Meaning: Visualizing Queer Latina/o Desire: Juana Maria
Rodriguez, Bryn Mawr College
Queer Hispanisms - (Homo)sexualidad, ejercicio crítico y políticas de
indentidad (consideraciones en torno a los estudios de la sexualidad en
culturas "hispanas'"): Víctor Galarraga Oropeza, Univ of Iowa
Arturo Islas and the Deviated Rectum: Ricardo Ortiz, Georgetown University
88 // SJU004 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Grande Ballroom G
La internacionalización de la autonomía indígena: la experiencia
latinoamericana I
Sponsor : Indigenous Research Ctr of the Americas
Organizer : Sylvia Escárcega, DePaul University
Chair(s) : Sylvia Escárcega, DePaul University
The Politics of Indigenousness: Self-definition and Self-identification at the
United Nations: Sylvia Escárcega, DePaul University
Los indígenas como intelectuales orgánicos al servicio de sus comunidades:
Marcelino Díaz de Jesús, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
Algunas notas sobre el derecho a la libre determinación: Mario IbarraSandoval, SWITZERLAND
Indigeneity: Antiglobalization and Transcommunality: Guillermo Delgado,
Univ of California/Santa Cruz
Migración, Communitas y Multitud. Contribución para un Nuevo Paradigma:
Carmelo Buscema, Universitá della Calabria, ITALY
Discussant(s) : Stefano Varese, University of California/Davis
89 // SJU008 Workshop Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Top of the Riviera
South
Memory, Law and Institutions: Tensions and Synergies in the Fields of
Transitional Justice and Memory
Organizer : Louis Bickford, Int'l Ctr for Transitional Justice
Participants: Eduardo Gonzalez Cueva, Int'l Ctr for Transitional Justice; Leigh
Payne, University of Wisconsin/Madison; Carlos Ivan DeGregori;
Rosemary Barbera, Temple University; Alberto Molina Flores
Chair(s) : Louis Bickford, Int'l Ctr for Transitional Justice
LASA2004 - 10
THURSDAY / 10:00 am – 11:45 am
Discussant(s) : Carlos Ivan DeGregori, PERU
90 // SMO009 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 204
Negotiating Globalization in Mesoamerica: Civil Society Participation in
Regional Integration Agreements
Organizer : Rose Spalding, DePaul University
Chair(s) : Rose Spalding, DePaul University
Transgressive Civil Society: "Antiglobalization" and the Altermundista
Movement in Mesoamerica: Rose Spalding, DePaul University
Farm Politics and the Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA):
Marc Edelman, CUNY/Hunter College
The IDB & PPP: A Recipe for Development or Disaster: Vince McElhinny,
Inter Action
Discussant(s) : Jonathan Fox, Univ of California/Santa Cruz, Manuel Orozco,
Inter-American Dialogue
LASA2004 - 11
THURSDAY / 12:00 pm – 1:45 pm
Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm
91 // AGR010 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 201
Rural Property Rights in an Era of Globalization
Organizer : Nora Haenn, Arizona State University
Chair(s) : Cynthia Sorrensen, University of Arizona
Conservation, Fire Policy and Land Tenure in the Brazilian Amazon: Cynthia
Sorrensen, University of Arizona
The Resurrection of Ejidos in Honduras: Context, Conflict and Communal
Land Tenure in the Age of Market Triumphalism: William Loker,
California State Univ/Chico
Community Responses to International Reforms: Emerging Discourses and
the Reclamation of Agency by Rural Property Owners in the Community
Forest of Nuevo San Juan Parangaricutiro, Michoacan, Mexico: Sarah
Davidson, Yale University
The Effects of Environmentalism on Mexico's Counter-Reforms: An Analysis
from Southern Mexico: Nora Haenn, Arizona State University
Turbulent Waters or Living Waters? Caciques y Cristianos and the Fight for
Resources in Chiapas: Michael Rolland, Arizona State University
Market Shocks and Climatic Variability Effects on Small Coffee Growers in
Guatemala: A Case Study on Adaptation Strategies in San Pedro La
Laguna, Guatemala: Edwin Castellanos, Univ del Valle de Guatemala,
GUATEMALA
Discussant(s) : Marianne Schmink, University of Florida
92 // ART007 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 114
Science-Fictions: Representing Gender and Modernity in Brazil, 18891945
Organizer : Edith A. Wolfe, Univ of Texas/Austin
Chair(s) : Edith A. Wolfe, Univ of Texas/Austin
Imagining Motherhood as Fatherland: Race, Gender and Sexuality in the
Visual Culture of the Estado Novo: Edith A. Wolfe, Univ of Texas/Austin
Fostering a Nation: Pediatrics and Ideals of Mother and Child in Rio de
Janeiro (1871-1939): Tamera Marko, Univ of California/San Diego
Racing the Nation: Visualizing the Mulata in Brazilian Modernism: Elena
Shtromberg, UCLA
Discussant(s) : Jerry Dávila, Univ of North Carolina/Charlotte
93 // CTM008 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 101
Of Global Markets and Local Tastes: Contemporary Mexican Cinema
Organizer : Laura Podalsky, Ohio State University
Chair(s) : Norma Iglesias, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte
Mexicanidad y globalización en "Y tu mamá también" y "Por la libre":
Carmen Elisa Gomez Gomez, Ohio State University
"Local (Sexual) Affairs, Global (Financial) Matters": Discourses of Sexuality
in Alfonso Cuarón's Mexican Films: Gilberto Moisés Blasini, Univ of
Wisconsin/Milwaukee
Retos metodológicos para el estudio de la recepción cinematográfica en
México: el caso del cine fronterizo y el cine de mujer: Norma Iglesias
El Colegio de la Frontera Norte
94 // CUL005 Workshop Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 206
El Arte del desvío: Cultura y Período Especial en Cuba
Organizer : Jesús Jambrina, University of Iowa
Chair(s) : Esther Whitfiel, Brown University
Participants: Ariana Hernández-Reguant, Tulane University; Jesús Jambrina,
University of Iowa; Carlos Aguilera; Pedro Marquéz de Armas
Discussant(s) : José Quiroga, Emory University
95 // CUL008 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 112
Nación violenta
Organizer : Mabel Moraña, University of Pittsburgh
Chair(s) : Mabel Moraña, University of Pittsburgh
Violencia en el deshielo: imaginarios latinoamericanos (post)nacionales
después de la Guerra Fría: Mabel Moraña, University of Pittsburgh
Miedo al miedo: los imaginarios de la violencia en América Latina: Rossana
Reguillo, ITESO/Guadalajara, MEXICO
Ciudadanos por la violencia: una lectura desde la narrativa mexicana
reciente: Ignacio Sánchez-Prado, University of Pittsburgh
Ciudad, arte y política: fugas, intersticios: Nelly Richard, Universidad Arcis,
CHILE
Culturas políticas, información y violencia simbólica en la vida colombiana
contemporánea: Fabio López de la Roche, Univ Nacional de Colombia,
COLOMBIA
Matrices religiosas y prácticas de la violencia en las "narco-ficciones" de los
años noventa: Hermann Herlinghaus, University of Pittsburgh
96 // CUL031 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 113
Spectacular Bodies: The “Latin Woman” in the Popular Imagination
Organizer : Myra Mendible, Florida Gulf Coast University
Chair(s) : Myra Mendible, Florida Gulf Coast University
Sexy Señoritas and Other Imperial Fantasies: Myra Mendible, Florida Gulf
Coast University
Early Film Viewing in Puerto Rico: Clara Rodriguez, Fordham University
Is Penelope to JLo as Culture is to Nature? Approaches to 'Latin' Beauties:
Angharad Valdivia, Univ of Illinois/Urbana-Champaign
Disorderly Bodies and Gendered Discourses of Latinidad in the Elián Story:
Isabel Molina, University of Illinois/Urbana
Celia's Shoes: Frances Negron-Muntañer, Columbia University
On the Semiotics of 'Lorena Bobbitt': Charla Ogaz, San Jose State University
97 // DEM009 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 103
Political Finance in the Americas
Organizer : Shelley McConnell, Emory University
Chair(s) : Shelley McConnell, Emory University
Election Observation of Campaign Finance: Lessons from Guatemala:
Shelley McConnell, Emory University
Dinero y política en américa latina: una visión comparada: Daniel Zovatto,
IDEA, COSTA RICA
Examining Campaign Costs in Latin America: A Study of Costa Rica and
Uruguay: Kevin Casas-Zamora, University of Costa Rica, COSTA RICA
Mitos, normas e uma proposta de conceptualização para medições acerca da
questão da corrupção do processo eleitoral: Bruno Wilhelm Speck,
Universidade de Campinas, BRAZIL
Discussant(s) : George Vickers, Open Society Institute
98 // DEM017 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Monaco Tower 14
The Danger of Democratic Breakdown
Organizer : William Barndt, Princeton University
Chair(s) : William Barndt, Princeton University
The Third Wave of Democracy: The Latin American and the Eastern
European Experience: Maria Ilcheva, Florida International University
"El desencanto": Post-Transition Malaise in Mexico: David Crow, University
of Texas/Austin
Executive Assaults: Micro-Level Democratic Breakdown in Ecuador and
Venezuela: William Barndt, Princeton University
Círculos viciosos de la democracia como antesalas de la dictadura:
constitución, dinámica y quiebra del régimen democrático en el Perú entre
1895 y 1919: Jesús Tovar Mendoza, Georgetown University
The Shortcomings of Wartime Democracy: Reagan and El Salvador: A. David
Adesnik, Harvard Univ/Oxford Univ
Democracy with Equal Opportunity: Political Stability in Brazil?: Jaime
Kirzner-Roberts, Princeton University
Agendas de campañas y coordinación electoral de actores: La ruptura de la
democracia cubana de 1940-1952: Carlos Manuel Rodríguez Arechavaleta,
FLACSO/México, MEXICO
99 // DEM024 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 105
Democracies at Risk: Security Issues in the Political Economy of Latin
America
Organizer : Satya Pattnayak, Villanova University
Chair(s) : Satya Pattnayak, Villanova University
Political Freedom and Security Issues in Latin American Democracy: Satya
Pattnayak, Villanova University
Economic Security via Economic Democracy: Some Lessons from Mexico and
the United States: Linda Wilcox Young, Southern Oregon University
Seguridad democrática en Colombia: Gisela Cramer, Universidad Nacional de
Colombia, COLOMBIA
Building Human Security in Central America: Overcoming Social, Political,
and Economic Risk: Jorge Nowalski, Centro Int'l de Desarrollo Humano,
COSTA RICA
"Dustbin Democracy? Security Trade-Offs and CAFTA Observations: Imtiaz
Hussain, Universidad Iberoamericana, MEXICO
Discussant(s) : Lowell Gustafson, Villanova University
LASA2004 - 12
THURSDAY / 12:00 pm – 1:45 pm
100 // DEM026 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 108
Elecciones subnacionales, electores y partidos en Mexico
Organizer : Diego Reynoso, FLACSO, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Leonardo Valdés Zurita, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
La participación ciudadana en las elecciones federales 2003: un modelo de
agrupamiento a nivel estatal: Ricardo de la Peña, Investigaciones Sociales
Aplicadas, MEXICO
¿Coaligarse, Perder o Desertar?: La política de las coaliciones en las
elecciones de gobernador 2000-2003: Diego Reynoso, FLACSO,
MEXICO
Competitivdad Electoral y Pluralismo Fragmentado en México: Irma Mendez
de Hoyos, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
Los efectos electorales de la evaluación de las autoridades: Nicolás Loza
Otero, Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas, MEXICO
La identificación partidista de los mexicanos y el cambio electoral: Maria
Fernanda Somuano, El Colegio de México, MEXICO
Discussant(s) : Juan Reyes del Campillo, MEXICO
101 // DEM031 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 111
Democratic Transition and Consolidation in Chile
Organizer : Juan Luna, Univ of North Carolina/Chapel Hill, URUGUAY
Chair(s) : Juan Luna, Univ of North Carolina/Chapel Hill, URUGUAY
The Congressional Politics of Decentralization: The Case of Chile: Rodrigo
Mardones, Universidad Alberto Hurtado, CHILE
The Covenant: Chile's Transition to Democracy Revised: Robert Funk,
London School of Economics, CANADA
Empowered Participatory Governance in Porto Alegre, Brazil and
Huechuraba, Chile: A Comparison: Edward Greaves, University of Florida
Explaining Ideological Competition and Cleavage Mobilization in the
Southern Cone: Chile and Uruguay in Comparative Perspective: Juan
Luna, Univ of North Carolina/Chapel Hill, URUGUAY
102 // DEM033 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 4
Elections and the Democratic Process
Organizer : Martin Weinstein, William Paterson University
Chair(s) : Martin Weinstein, William Paterson University
The 2004 Elections in Uruguay: The Left in Power(?)and What It May
Signify: Martin Weinstein, William Paterson University
Primaries, Internal Elections and Democratic Transition: The Case of the
Party of the Democratic Revolution in Mexico (1989–2000): Hélène
Combes, IHEAL La Sarbonne Nouvelle, FRANCE
Political Participation and War:The Case of the 2002 Colombian Elections:
Miguel García-Sánchez, University of Pittsburgh
The Impact of the 2003 Referendum Vote on Colombian Democracy: Steven
Taylor, Troy State University, Brian Crisp, University of Arizona
Conflictos poselectorales en Mexico: Jose Infante, MEXICO
Diez años de participación política del FMLN en El Salvador, de las
"elecciones del siglo" de 1994 a las elecciones presidenciales de 2004:
David Garibay, FRANCE
The Right Looks at the Right Moment: The Election of Collor de Mello: Carlos
Hamann, Johns Hopkins University
103 // ECO003 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Monaco Tower 13
Employment in the Service Sector and in Tourism in Latin America
Organizer : Samuel Cohn, Texas A&M University
Chair(s) : Samuel Cohn, Texas A&M University
Rethinking the Role of the State and Economic Development: The Surprising
Determinants of Hotel and Restaurant Employment in Mato Grosso 194080: Samuel Cohn, Texas A&M University
Structural Heterogeneity, Productivity Growth and the Service Sector: Carlos
Federico Leão Rocha, Univ Federal do Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL
WTO Investment Rules and Tourism Investment in Brazil: Ligia Maura Costa,
Fundação Getulio Vargas, BRAZIL
Capital social, aprendizagem e governança em processos de desenvolvimento
local no nordeste brasileiro: Ricardo Oliveira Lacerda de Melo, BRAZIL
104 // ECO014 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 202
Latin America in World-Historical Perspective: Comparisons of
Democracy and Development of Mexico/Turkey, Ireland/Puerto Rico
and Malaysia/Brazil
Organizer : Agustin Laó-Montes, Univ of Massachusetts/Amherst
Chair(s) : Agustin Laó-Montes, Univ of Massachusetts/Amherst
Global Crisis and Latin America: William Robinson, Univ of California/Santa
Barbara
El cambio en el patrón de especialización de la industria automotriz mexicana
desde los años noventa: Cristina Alvarez Folgueras, SPAIN
Following the East Asian export miracle? The Limitations of Manufacturing
Specialization of Small Latin American Countries in the New Global
Economy: Diego Sánchez-Ancochea, Inst for the Study of the Americas,
UNITED KINGDOM
Miracles of Miragos: Development and the Coloniality of Power in Ireland
and Puerto Rico: Agustin Laó-Montes, Univ of Massachusetts/Amherst
Distant Continents/Entangled Experiences: "Democracy" and Neo-liberal
"Development" in Mexico and Turkey: Evren Celik, Univ of
Massachusetts/Amherst
Social Practice in High Finance: Counterpoints of Brazil and Malasya: Laura
Kaehler, CUNY
105 // ENV009 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 204
Conceptualizing Environmental Change
Organizer : Sherrie Baver, CUNY
Chair(s) : Sherrie Baver, CUNY
Las posibilidades del capital social en la cuenca de Pátzcuaro. Instrucciones
para armar: Eduardo López, MEXICO
Identity, Ideology, and Sovereignty in Brazil's Atlantic Forest: Colleen
Scanlan Lyons, Univ of Colorado/Boulder
Environmental Justice in NYC: The Latino Perspective: Sherrie Baver, CUNY
Diseño de un sistema de indicadores económicas para la valoración de los
cambios del etorno en la comunidad rural: Eduardo Orlando Cuesta
Mazarredo, Universidad Agraria de La Habana, CUBA
Los principales problemas ambientales mundiales y la estrategia ambiental
nacional cubana: Manuel Miranda Lopez, Universidad de la Habana,
CUBA
106 // FEA003 Workshop Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Top of the
Riviera North
Interdisciplinary Approaches to Human Rights Scholarship in Latin
America
Sponsor : Committee on Academic Freedom & Human Rights and Social
Justice and Human Rights Track
Organizer(s) : Paola Cesarini and Shareen Hertel, Columbia University
Chair(s) : Mark Ungar, Woodrow Wilson Center
Participants: Paola Cesarini, Columbia University; Shareen Hertel, Columbia
University; Diane Davis, MIT; Patti Petesch, The World Bank; Jo-Marie
Burt, George Mason University
Discussant(s) : John Hammond, CUNY/Hunter College
107 // GEN006 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Monaco Tower 15
Women Entrepreneurs in Latin America: (Underrated) Partners in
Development
Organizer : Sonia De Avelar, BRAZIL
Chair(s) : Sonia De Avelar, BRAZIL
Empowering Women with Computers: The Experiences of Women
Participants in Computer-Integrated Devlopment Programs: Jaime Lee,
University of Texas/Austin
Women in Business in Brazil: Sonia De Avelar, BRAZIL
Women's Presence as Business Owners and Employers in Mexico and other
Latin American Countries: A View of National and Regional Statistics:
Gina Zabludovsky, UNAM, MEXICO
Women in Business in Colombia: Gloria Almeyda
Mujeres y empresa. El caso Argentino: Ana De Kessler, ARGENTINA
Discussant(s) : Luz Etchemendigaray, ARGENTINA
108 // GEN016 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Monaco Tower 16
Brazilian Women and Modes of Resistance to Colonialism, Dictatorship,
Globalization
Organizer : Catherine Bryan, Univ of Wisconsin/Oshkosh
Chair(s) : Catherine Bryan, Univ of Wisconsin/Oshkosh
Tempo e Trabalho Feminino no Brasil dos Anos 90: Adriana Strasburg
Andrade, UNICAMP, BRAZIL
“Forgotten” Voices from the 1800s: The Rescue of Women’s Literary
Production in Minas Gerais: Katia Bezerra, University of Arizona
Brazilian Avant-garde: Resistance in the Political and Literary Works of
Patrícia Galvão ("Pagu"): Catherine Bryan, Univ of Wisconsin/Oshkosh
Cross-Dressing to Liberate Her Country and Herself: Revisiting the Life
Trajectory of the Joan d’Arc of Brazil: Ivani Vassoler, SUNY
The Marian Myth and Struggles for Resistance in Brazil: The Colony and
Modernity: Jorge Moreira, Univ of Wisconsin/Oshkosh
LASA2004 - 13
THURSDAY / 12:00 pm – 1:45 pm
109 // HIS021 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 107
Historia de la prensa y el periodismo en América Latina. Pasado y
presente
Organizer : Celia Del Palacio, Univ de Guadalajara, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Celia Del Palacio, Univ de Guadalajara, MEXICO
La transición al periodismo industrial de tres periódicos mexicanos.
Principios del siglo XX: Celia Del Palacio, Univ de Guadalajara, MEXICO
La construcción del sentido social de la prensa, segundo mitad del siglo XX:
Armando Zacarías, Univ de Guadalajara, MEXICO
Hipólito da Costa e o nascimento da imprensa no Brasil: Isabel Lustosa, Casa
de Rui Barbosa, BRAZIL
El Proceso de desarrollo de la prensa peruana: Juan Gargurevich, Pont Univ
Católica del Perú, PERU
Los inicios de El Mercurio de Santiago en el epistolario de Agustín Edwards
MacClure, 1899-1905: Patricio Bernedo, Pontificia Univ Católica del Perú,
CHILE
El periódico y la formación del estado mexicano: Jose Ortiz Monasterio, Inst
de Invest José María Luis, MEXICO
Discussant(s) : François Demers, Université Laval, CANADA
110 // INT007 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 110
State Terror in Latin America II
Organizer : Cecilia Menjivar, Arizona State University
Chair(s) : Cecilia Menjivar, Arizona State University, and Néstor Rodríguez,
CANADA
Brokering Redemocratization: Reagan's Policy toward Chile: Morris Morley,
MacQuarie University, AUSTRALIA, Chris McGillion, Charles Sturt
University, AUSTRALIA
“Hacer Patria es Cuestión de Disciplina”: The Politics and Practice of
Making Political Violence into Guatemalan ‘Culture’: Gabriela Torres,
York University, CANADA
Historicizing the Study of State Violence and Repression in El Salvador: Aldo
Lauria-Santiago, College of the Holy Cross
The Rise of U.S.-supported Death Squads in Honduras in the 1980s: Joan
Kruckewitt
The Guardia Nacional vs. the People of Nicaragua: A Fifty Year War of State
Terror: Richard Grossman, Northeastern Illinois Univ
111 // INT016 Workshop Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 203
Roundtable on Hemispheric Security: Practical Options
Organizer : Kristina Mani, Oberlin College
Chair(s) : Kristina Mani, Oberlin College
Participants: Jorge Dominguez, Harvard University; Hal Klepak, Royal
Military College; Francisco Rojas, FLACSO/Chile; Juan Tokatlian; Raul
Benitez-Manaut, UNAM
112 // INT020 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 109
Refining Hypotheses About Conflict and Peace in Latin America
Organizer : Caroline Beer, University of Vermont
Chair(s) : William Aviles, University of Nebraska
Mexico-Cuba Relations: An Investigation of Cooperation and Conflict
between One-Party States: Caroline Beer, University of Vermont, Ryan
Goodman, Univ of New Mexico
Deconstructing Civil War in Colombia: Fernando Chinchilla, Université de
Montréal, CANADA
Democratic Peace and U.S. Foreign Policy: U.S. Relations with Colombia
and Venezuela: William Aviles, University of Nebraska
US Interventions in Latin American Democracies: The Flaws of the
Democratic Peace Theory: Christopher Clement, Virginia Tech
Explaining the Conflict in Colombia: An Appraisal of the Recent Comparative
Literature: Vanessa Gray, Univ of Massachusetts/Lowell, Rebecca Root,
Univ of Massachusetts/Amherst
113 // LAB004 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 211
Citizen Participation and Associational Life: Popular Representation in
Latin America's Capital Cities
Organizer : Ruth Collier, Univ of California/Berkeley
Chair(s) : Ruth Collier, Univ of California/Berkeley
Dismantling Labor Institutions in Latin America. Explaining Informal
Institutional Change in Argentina: 1991-2000: Marcela Natalicchio, MIT
Mudanças no sistema de relações de trabalho brasileiro: o desenvolvimento
de negociações coletivas no Rio Grande do Sul, 1978-1991: Walter Pichler,
Fundação de Economia e Estatística, BRAZIL
From Fábrica to Barrio: Neighborhoods as Sites for Popular Organizing in
South America: Diana Kapiszewski, Univ of California/Berkeley,
Christopher Cardona, Univ of California/Berkeley
Microbusiness Workers, Associations, and Political Cynicism in Latin
America’s Cities: Sally Roever, College of William & Mary
Partisanship and Associational Involvement in Neoliberal Latin America:
Jason Seawright, University of California/Berkeley
Unemployed Workers, Community Associations and the Struggle for Social
Assistance in Argentina: Candelaria Garay, Univ of California/Berkeley
114 // LCN008 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 106
Race, Nature and Law in 18th- and 19th- Century Empires
Organizer : Anna More, Univ of California/Los Angeles
Chair(s) : Anna More, Univ of California/Los Angeles
Sab y otros esclavos de la Ley en la literatura y cultura cubanas: Aída
Beaupied, Penn State University
Colonial Patria as Expression of the World: Race and Mercantilism in
Sigüenza y Góngora: Anna More, Univ of California/Los Angeles
Between Suspicion and Faith: Indigenous Responses to Jesuit Theories of
Race in Colonial Paraguay and the Emergence of Guaraní-Christian
Subjectivity: Kristin Huffine, Univ of California/Berkeley
"That Ruddy, Pleasure-Loving Lawyer of Le Cap": Moreau de Saint-Méry and
the Codification of Creole Identity in the Americas: Sara Johnson, Univ of
California/San Diego
The Beauty and Politics of Sentiment Among the Nineteenth Century Filipino
Expatriate Intellectuals in Spain: John Blanco, Univ of California/San
Diego
115 // LCN009 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 207
Approaches to Teaching Colonial Spanish American Literatures
Organizer : Rocío Quispe-Agnoli, Michigan State University
Chair(s) : Rocío Quispe-Agnoli, Michigan State University
Enseñando la literatura colonial hispanoamericana por medio del presente:
Rocío Quispe-Agnoli, Michigan State University
Teaching Colonial Spanish American Literature in the Christian College:
Dwight Raak TenHuisen, Calvin College
Epistolario de Cortés: nuevos enfoques narrativos de la Conquista: Gladys
Ilarragui, University of Delaware
Cross-Currents in the Literature Classroom: Teaching Hernando Domínguez
Camargo's "Poema Heroico" from a Trans-Atlantic Perspective: Kathryn
Mayers, Wake Forest University
La violencia de la (alta) cultura: La Araucana y la épica colonial: Luis
Fernando Restrepo, University of Arkansas
Teaching the Book of the Huaca: Frank Salomon, Univ of Wisconsin
Approaches to Using Film in Colonial Latin American Literature Classes:
Richard Gordon, Southern Methodist University
Discussant(s) : Alvaro Bolaños, University of Florida
116 // LCN015 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 7
La Retórica del Cuerpo: Literary Inscriptions of the Body
Organizer : Sandra Cypess, University of Maryland
Cuerpos sufrientes y enfermedades inexplicables en Sonora: Ivonne Del
Valle, Univ of California/Berkeley
Visualizing Blacks in Colonial Latin America: Anxieties, Contradictions and
Ambiguities: Mariselle Meléndez, Univ of Illinois/Urbana-Champaign
La cultura de la desaparición en la Argentina: Adriana Novoa, University of
South Florida
Censura y el cuerpo en el México colonial: Rebecca Siegel, Arizona State
University
117 // LCO034 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 2
¿Como se traduce el tango?
Organizer : Jill Gibian, Eastern Oregon University
Chair(s) : Jill Gibian, Eastern Oregon University
The Tango and a French Prostitute: Cortázar’s Ploys in his Search for
Identity and Homosociability in "Un gotan para Lautrec": Cynthia
Schmidt-Cruz, University of Delaware
La nueva tanguera: traducciones del género en el siglo XXI: Jill Gibian,
Eastern Oregon University
The Time Has Come to Be a Lover from the Argentine: The Translation and
Representation of Tango in Musicals: Melissa Fitch, University of Arizona
LASA2004 - 14
THURSDAY / 12:00 pm – 1:45 pm
La recepción del tango en Alemania entre confusion y malentendimientos:
Thure Adler, FRANCE
Una educación de la sensibilidad: Marcelo Solis, Academia Nacional del
Tango
118 // LCO039 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 8
Representation and Self-Representation in Narrative and Visual
Discursive Practices
Organizer : Maria Ines Lagos, University of Virginia
Chair(s) : Maria Ines Lagos, University of Virginia
Género y representación: duplicidades discursivas en textos de Diamela Eltit:
Maria Ines Lagos, University of Virginia
Ficción, construcción de género y autorrepresentación: Eva Klein,
Universidad Simón Bolívar, VENEZUELA
Writing the "Gray Zone": The Case of Luz Arce: Michael Lazzara, University
of California/Davis
Discursos sobre el cuerpo en "¿Quién viene con Nelson Torres?" de Lotty
Rosenfeld y Diamela Eltit: Patricia Rubio, Skidmore College
119 // LCO046 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 5
Realismo, política, mercado: ¿cómo escribir la crisis?
Organizer : Daniel Noemi Voionmaa, Bard College
Chair(s) : Daniel Noemi Voionmaa, Bard College
"Cielo de Bagdad" de Tomás de Mattos: visiones desde el interior, la
escritura desde el margen: Elizabeth Rivero, Univ of Maryland/College
Park
"Viejos tropos en una novela chilena contemporánea: 'El cuarto mundo' de
Dialema Eltit: Marcos Campillo-Fenoll
De las cruces en el agua a Santa María de las flores negras, o (por qué) los
sueños también se desvanecen en el aire: Daniel Noemi Voionmaa, Bard
College
Escritura de la crisis y 'antiestéticas' realistas: Luz Horne, Yale University
Ficcciones ruinosas: El escritor como detective en la novelistica de Roberto
Bolaño y Ricardo Piglia: Luis Martín-Cabrera, Univ of Michigan/Ann
Arbor
Recolonización del cuerpo femenino: Experiencia del horror y solidaridad en
'Conversación al sur': Andrea Fanta, Univ of Michigan/Ann Arbor
Ficciones de la desfamiliarización: Lo siniestro en Cristina Peri Rosi y Mario
Levrero: Ana Ros, Univ of Michigan/Ann Arbor
Discussant(s) : Bruno Bosteels, Cornell University
120 // LCO069 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 3
Cuestiones de Borges
Organizer : Nataly Tcherepashenets, University of Iowa
Chair(s) : Nataly Tcherepashenets, University of Iowa
Ficciones Fotográficas de Borges: Dan Russek, University of Chicago
Herbert Quain o la literatura como secreto: Alfredo Alonso, University of
Iowa
Las mujeres en la literatura de Borges: Elsa Della Torre, Wayne State
University
Una réplica desde el Norte argentino: "Luz de las crueles provincias" de
Héctor Tizón: Luciano Martínez, University of Pittsburgh
The Repression of Archive and the Archivization of Repression in "La muralla
y los libros": Nataly Tcherepashenets, University of Iowa
121 // MTG050 Other Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Grande Ballroom H
Student Luncheon
Sponsor : LASA
Organizer : Marysa Navarro, Dartmouth College
122 // MTG055 Other Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 104
A Conversation with Alexandra Halkin, Founding Director and
International Coordinator of the Chiapas Media Project
Organizer : Claudia Ferman, University of Richmond
123 // MTI001 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 210
Strategy and Agency: New Perspectives on Latin Americans in South
Florida
Organizer : Holly Ackerman, University of Miami
Chair(s) : Holly Ackerman, University of Miami
Identity and the Politics of Memory in the Cuban Diaspora: Monuments to
José Martí in Miami, 1959-1995: Joao Felipe Goncalves, Johns Hopkins
University
Business Networks of Elite Latinos from "Family Firms" in Miami: Pilar
Saborio, Cambridge University
The Cuban Exile and the Cuban Embargo: Shifting Lobbies (1981-2001):
Emilie Descout, University of New Orleans, FRANCE
Diversity Among the Brazilians in South Florida: The Case of the Gays and
Lesbians: Valeria Barbosa de Magalhaes, Universidade de Sao Paulo,
BRAZIL
Discussant(s) : Holly Ackerman, University of Miami
124 // MTI016 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 209
Casa, Colonia and Ciudad: The Materiality of Mexican Transnational
Social Relations
Organizer : Elizabeth Emma Ferry, Brandeis University
Chair(s) : Laura Lewis, James Madison University
If God Will Help Me Get a House: The Role of Housing in Migration from
Mexico to the United States: Hilary Dick, University of Pennsylvania
History, Migration and Making it Home: Old and New Dwellings on Mexico's
Costa Chica: Laura Lewis, James Madison University
Una Bonita Casa de Piedra: House-Building and Place-Making in a Mexican
Town: Elizabeth Emma Ferry, Brandeis University
¿Dónde está mi casa? Mexican Migrants' Practices of Belonging: Alejandra
Castañeda, Univ of California/Santa Cruz
Style of Housing, Social Prestige and Masculinity Among Circular Migrants
in Oaxaca: Silvia Grigolini, Brandeis University
Doilies, DVDs, and Domestic Altars: Material Culture in Mexican
Transnational Families: Jennifer Hirsch, Emory University
Constituting MexChicago: Migration, Memory, and Material Media: Judith
Boruchoff
Discussant(s) : Ellen Pader, Univ of Massachusetts/Amherst
125 // POL003 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 116
The Workers' Party (PT) Confronts Governing
Organizer : David Samuels, University of Minnesota
Chair(s) : David Samuels, University of Minnesota
From Socialism to Social Democracy? Party Organization and the
Transformation of the Workers' Party in Brazil: David Samuels, University
of Minnesota
A Reverse Coattails Effect? Explaining the Rise of the PT: Wendy Hunter,
University of Texas
Workers as Managers of Societal Conflict: LULA, the PT, and the
Contradictions of the "Good Governance" Road: Gianpaolo Baiocchi, Univ
of Massachusetts/Amherst
The Elusiveness of Gubernatorial Power: Internal Constraints to the PT's
Electoral Success: Rodrigo Nunes, University of Texas
Discussant(s) : William Nylen, Stetson University, Leonardo Avritzer, Univ
Federal de Minas Gerais, BRAZIL
126 // POL006 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 115
Changes in the Repertoire of Social Protests in Contemporary Latin
America
Organizer : Moises Arce, Louisiana State University
Chair(s) : Moises Arce, Louisiana State University
Understanding Popular Response to Neoliberal Reforms in Latin America:
Tasha Fairfield, Univ of California/Berkeley
Channeling Regional Discontent: The Rise of Territorially Based Conflicts in
Peru: Moises Arce, Louisiana State University
Between Militancy and Restraint: Unions’ Protests in Contemporary Chile:
Indira Palacios, Univ of North Carolina/Chapel Hill
El pensamiento arcaico en la educación peruana: Nicolás Lynch, Univ
Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, PERU
Discussant(s) : Kenneth Roberts, University of New Mexico
127 // RAE014 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 208
Race and Class in Meso-America
Organizer : José Orozco, Whittier College
Chair(s) : José Orozco, Whittier College
When the Ethnic collides with the National: The Politicization of Ethnicity in
the Territorial Struggles of the Kunas and the Miskitus of Panama and
Nicaragua: Osvaldo Jordan, University of Florida
Race, Class, and La Violencia: Indigenous Organizing in Guatemala, 19701980: Betsy Konefal, University of Pittsburgh
Discursive Resource Struggles in the Rio Platano Biosphere Reserve:
Sharlene Mollett, CANADA
LASA2004 - 15
THURSDAY / 12:00 pm – 1:45 pm
How Tequila Became White: Tequila Sauza and the Politics of Whiteness in
Post-Revolutionary Mexico: José Orozco, Whittier College
128 // SEC024 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 6
Relaciones civiles militares en América Latina: novedades y problemas
Sponsor : Defense & Democracy Section
Organizer : Ernesto Lopéz, Univ Nacíonal de Quilmes, ARGENTINA
Chair(s) : Ernesto Lopéz, Univ Nacíonal de Quilmes, ARGENTINA
Sudamérica: nueva inestabilidad y desajuste de la subordinacion militar:
Ernesto Lopéz, Univ Nacíonal de Quilmes, ARGENTINA
Las relaciones civil-militares en el gobierno Lula: Héctor Luis Saint-Pierre,
GEDES-UNESP, BRAZIL
Ejercito y relegitimación politico-social. El caso de Chile: Carlos Gutierrez,
Universidad Arcis, CHILE
Relaciones civiles militares en América Latina: fuentes de estabilidad en una
época de creciente inestabilidad: David Pion-Berlin, University of
California Riverside
Discussant(s) : John Fitch, Univ of Colorado/Boulder
129 // SEC029 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Grande Ballroom E
The Political Economy of Bi-regionalism
Sponsor : Europe and Latin American Section
Organizer : Laurence Whitehead, Nuffield College/Oxford, UNITED
KINGDOM
Chair(s) : Laurence Whitehead, Nuffield College/Oxford, UNITED
KINGDOM
The European Union as an International Actor and the Mercosur Countries:
Miriam Saraiva, Univ do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL
MERCOSUR's Strengths and Weaknesses in International Economic
Negotiations: Christian Lohbauer, Universidade de São Paulo, Mariana
Vazquez, Univ de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
The Impact of EU Enlargement and Constitutionalization upon the EuropeLatin America Relationship: Andrea Ribeiro Hoffman, Pontifícia Univ
Católica/RJ, BRAZIL
Transnational Justice: Democracy, Citizenship and Sovereignty: Alexandra
Barahona de Brito, Universidade de Lisboa, PORTUGAL
Executive Summits: An Under-Theorized Feature of New Regionalism: Andrés
Malamud, CIES/ISCTE, PORTUGAL
130 // SEC036 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 1
The Restructuring of the Labor Movement in Response to Neoliberal
Policies and Changing Party Dynamics
Sponsor : Labor Studies Section
Organizer : Edward Epstein, University of Utah
Chair(s) : Edward Epstein, University of Utah
Adapting to New Times: Changes in Brazilian Labor Movement after a
Decade of Neo-Liberalism: Salvador Sandoval, UNICAMP, BRAZIL
The Mexican Labor Law Reform Negotiations of 2001-2003: A Critical Case
Study of Changes in State-Independent Labor Relations: Jean Mayer,
Concordia University, CANADA
Representar trabajadores o consumidores: ¿Dos opciones sindicales?:
Osvaldo Battistini, CONICET& CIEL, ARGENTINA
Discussant(s) : Maria Victoria Murillo, Columbia University
131 // SEC051 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Grande Ballroom F
Nuevas ruralidades en América Latina y el Caribe: cambios y
permanencias en los procesos y fenómenos rurales y agrarios
Sponsor : Rural Studies Section
Organizer : Mónica Bendini, Univ Nac del Comohue, ARGENTINA
Chair(s) : Francisco García Pascual, Univ de Lleida, SPAIN
Imágenes y tendencias en los mundos rural y agrario: Mónica Bendini, Univ
Nac del Comohue, ARGENTINA
El mundo rural del Ecuador en la era de la globalización: cambios
permanencias en las estructuras sociodemográficas: Francisco García
Pascual, Univ de Lleida, SPAIN
El desarrollo rural y la nueva ruralidad en América Latina: Edelmira Pérez,
Univ Javeriana, COLOMBIA
Territorios multisituados y nueva ruralidad en el contexto de las migraciones
de jornaleros agrícolas en México: Sara María Lara Flores, UNAM,
MEXICO
Novas ruralidades ou novas estrategias de reprodução familiar: Sonia Maria
Pessoa Bergamasco, Univ Estadual Campinas, BRAZIL
Los límites de la agricultura campesina en la nueva ruralidad: Luciano
Martínez Valle, FLACSO, ECUADOR
Agroexportación no tradicional. El Bajío, México: Mercados de trabajo,
competitividad y equidad: Boris Marañón-Pimentel, IMTA, MEXICO
Discussant(s) : Josefa Salete Barbosa Cavalcanti, Univ Fed de Pernambuco,
BRAZIL
132 // SEC053 Workshop Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Grande Ballroom G
Creating States, Citizens, and Modernities in Latin America: Rethinking
Publics and Public Health
Sponsor : Social Studies of Medicine Section
Organizer : Charles Briggs, Univ of California/San Diego
Participants: Nisia Veronica Lima, FIOCRUZ; Doris Sommer, Harvard
University
133 // SJU005 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 212
La internacionalización de la autonomía indígena: la experiencia
latinoamericana II
Sponsor : Indigenous Research Ctr of the Americas
Organizer : Sylvia Escárcega, DePaul University
Chair(s) : Marisol de la Cadena, University of California/Davis
Luchas por los derechos a la tierra en Centroamérica: Experiencias indígenas
y negras ante una lente comparativa: Charles Hale, University of
Texas/Austin
Estado-Nación y autonomía indígenas: el gobierno autónomo municipal
totonaco, Huehuetla, 1990-1999: Rosalba Zambrano, Universidad
Iberoamericana/Puebla, MEXICO
Autonomy and Indigenous Peoples: Erica-Irene Daes, GREECE
Indigenous Identity, Class, and Politics within the Context of Transnational
Autonomy: Michael Kearney, Univ of California/Riverside
134 // SMO002 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 205
Visions of Rebels: Hope and the Continuum of Social Protest from the
Porfiriato through the 20th Century
Organizer : O'Neill Blacker-Hanson, Univ of Washington/Seattle
Chair(s) : O'Neill Blacker-Hanson, Univ of Washington/Seattle
La Luche Sigue! Teacher Activism and the Continuum of Social Unrest in
Guerrero, Mexico: O'Neill Blacker-Hanson, Univ of Washington/Seattle
Los Federacionistas Leales: una expresión de lucha armada campesina a
mediados del siglo XX: Elisa Servín, Dirección de Est Históricos/INAH,
MEXICO
The Jaramillista Legacy: Resistance, Memory and the Endurance of Guerrilla
Struggle in Mexico: Tanalis Padilla, Dartmouth College
Heraclio Bernal and the Social Bandit Debate in Porfirian Mexico: Amy
Robinson, Bowling Green State University
Discussant(s) : John Lear, University of Puget Sound
135 // TEC003 Workshop Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Top of the
Riviera South
Bibliotecas Digitales Latinoamericanas en el Marco de OAI-PMH:
Mining the Region's Hidden Gems from the Deep Web
Sponsor : LANIC
Organizer : Eudora Loh, Univ of California/Los Angeles
Chair(s) : Eudora Loh, Univ of California/Los Angeles
Participants: Carlos Delgado, University of California/Berkeley; Kent
Norsworthy, University of Texas/Austin
LASA2004 - 16
THURSDAY / 2:00 pm – 3:45 pm
Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm
136 // AGR011 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 203
El sector agropecuario cubano y su inserción en la economía
internacional
Sponsor : University of Florida/IFAS
Organizer : William Messina, University of Florida/IFAS
Chair(s) : William Messina, University of Florida/IFAS
Las UBPC: potencialidades para un modo de vida rural sostenible: Angel
Mario Suero Rodríguez, Universidad Agraria de la Habana, CUBA
Las agroexportaciones Cubanas frente al reto de la competitividad: Anicia
Esther García Álvarez, Universidad de La Habana, CUBA
Problemas que afectan la disponibilidad de alimentos: María Antonia
Fernández Mayo, GECYT, CUBA
La economía azucarera Cubana y el mercado internacional del azúcar y los
derivados: Lázaro Peña Castellanos, Universidad de La Habana, CUBA
Cuba: Structure of the Imported Food Distribution System: James Ross,
University of Florida/IFAS
El sector agropecuario Cubana en el proceso de recuperación económica y
potencialidades del capital humano en las relaciones de producción y
comerciales entre las agriculturas Cubana y Floridana: Juan Triana,
Universidad de La Habana, CUBA
Discussant(s) : Frederick Royce, University of Florida
137 // AGR014 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 107
Actores rurales, organización y participación
Organizer : Hubert Carton de Grammont, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Hubert Carton de Grammont, MEXICO
Struggles for Rural Municipal Democracy in Bolivia and Ecuador: John
Cameron, Dalhousie University, CANADA
Actively Constructing Agrarian Worlds: Honduras in the Nineteenth Century:
Jeff Boyer, Appalachian State University
Organización social y política en el campo mexicano: Hubert Carton de
Grammont, MEXICO
The Institutional Origins of Rural Civil Society in the Dominican Republic:
Claudia Scholz, University of Texas/San Antonio
138 // ART006 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 114
Arts, Sciences, Power, and Transdisciplinary Ways of Knowing
Organizer : Edward McCaughan, Loyola University/New Orleans
Chair(s) : Edward McCaughan, Loyola University/New Orleans
Sense, Sensibility, and Power in Social Movement Art: Edward McCaughan,
Loyola University/New Orleans
Nuevas visualidades orientadas hacia las transdiciplinas, como alternativa
para una redistribución del poder-pensar: Maris Bustamante, Univ
Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
Re-conocer el cuerpo, recuperar el poder. El cuerpo como sujeto y objeto del
conocimiento transdisciplinario: Elsa Muñiz, Univ Autónoma
Metropolitana, MEXICO
Skinning Our Tools: Designing for Cultural Difference: Sara Diamond, The
Banff Centre, CANADA
139 // CIT003 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 208
21st Century Reconfigurations: New Political Spaces of Hope and Fear
Organizer : Jeffrey Rubin, Boston University
Chair(s) : Jeffrey Rubin, Boston University
Social Movement Reformers in Brazil: Where Do They Stand and What Do
They Say?: Jeffrey Rubin, Boston University
"Cambio de Armas": Negotiating Non-Violence in an Arena of Armed Actors:
Mary Roldán, Cornell University
Both Sides Now: Urban Migrant Federations and State Level Politics in the
U.S. and Mexico: Heather Williams, Pomona College
Favelas Writing History: Olivia Cunha, Univ Federal do Rio de Janeiro,
BRAZIL
The Figure of the Criminal and the "Administration of Fear" in Mexico City:
Laura Roush, New School University
Delimiting Polities and Spatializing Ethnicities in Post 1991 Colombia: Diana
Bocarejo, University of Chicago
140 // CTM001 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 101
Recent Central American Theater
Organizer : Deb Cohen, Slippery Rock University
Chair(s) : Deb Cohen, Slippery Rock University
“No se puede construir el futuro ahogando el pasado”: cuestiones de
autonomía en "Un viejo con alas" de Melvin Méndez: Deb Cohen, Slippery
Rock University
"We're All Immigrants": The Phenomenon of Meléndez's "El Nica": Carolyn
Bell, Kutztown University
The Culture of Transplants in the Works of Costa Rican Playwright Miguel
Rojas: Elaine Miller, Christopher Newport University
Oh Say, Does That Star-Spangled Banner Yet Wave O'er... Panama? Puerto
Rico? Guantanamo?: Historical Reflections on Ernesto Endara's Una
bandera: Janis Krugh, University of Dayton
141 // CUL022 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 112
Mexico and Globalized American Studies
Organizer : Robert McKee Irwin, Univ of California/Davis
Chair(s) : Robert McKee Irwin, Univ of California/Davis
The Other Borderlands: Robert McKee Irwin, Univ of California/Davis
Floating Couples in the National Imaginary: Sandra Cypess, University of
Maryland
Must American Studies Be Imperialistic?: Kirsten Silva Gruesz, Univ of
California/Santa Cruz
Wet Minds? "Mexicanists," Mexican Studies and the Politics of Diaspora and
Transnationalism: Javier Durán, University of Arizona
Discussant(s) : Laura Gutiérrez, University of Iowa
142 // DEM011 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 113
Civil Society and Democratic Innovation in Latin America: The Politics
of Social Accountability and Control
Sponsor : CLACSO
Organizer : Enrique Peruzzotti, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, ARGENTINA
Chair(s) : Enrique Peruzzotti, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, ARGENTINA
Representation, Accountability, and Civil Society: Enrique Peruzzotti,
Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, ARGENTINA
Co-Governance for Accountability. Beyond Exit and Voice: John Ackerman,
FLACSO/Mexico, MEXICO
Contesting the Iron Fist: Dilemas y Estrategias para responder a las políticas
de mano dura en América Latina: Claudio Fuentes, FLACSO/Chile,
CHILE
Limits and Potentialities of Society-State Interfaces of Accountability. Social
Networks, Trajectories and Institutional Design in Two Mexican Cases:
Ernesto Isunza Vera, CIESAS, MEXICO
Cinismo, confianza y periodismo fragmentado: Silvio Waisbord, Academy for
Educational Devel
Discussant(s) : Maria Marvan Laborde, Inst Federal de Acceso Público,
MEXICO
143 // DEM027 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 7
Rethinking Democratic Legitimacy in Latin America
Organizer : Rodolfo Sarsfield, Instituto Mora, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Andreas Schedler, CIDE, MEXICO
How Do People Conceptualize Democracy in Latin America? Does It Make
Any Difference?: Julio Carrión, University of Delaware
Measurement and Meaning of Democratic Legitimacy in Latin America: Some
Survey Evidence: Mitchell Seligson, Vanderbilt University, John Booth,
University of North Texas
Public Support for Democracy in Peru and Venezuela: Saika Uno, University
of Notre Dame
Public Opinion and Democratic Performance in Latin America: Alejandro
Moreno, ITAM, MEXICO
Liberal and Illiberal Democrats.Regime Preferences and Conceptions of
Democracy in Latin America: Rodolfo Sarsfield, Instituto Mora, MEXICO,
Andreas Schedler, CIDE, MEXICO
Discussant(s) : Frances Hagopian, University of Notre Dame
144 // ECO008 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 17
Reflections on Thirty Years of Dependency Theory
Sponsor : Latin American Perspectives
Organizer : Terrie Groth, Universidade de Brasilia, BRAZIL
Chair(s) : Terrie Groth, Universidade de Brasilia, BRAZIL
International Political Economy and the State: Globalization or Empire?:
Terrie Groth, Universidade de Brasilia, BRAZIL
Changing Views About Dependency and Capitalism: André Frank,
Northeastern University
LASA2004 - 17
THURSDAY / 2:00 pm – 3:45 pm
Dependência e Globalização: Continuidades e Rupturas: Octávio Ianni, Univ
Católica de São Paulo, BRAZIL
A Critical Overview of Dependency and the Search for Alternatives: Ronald
Chilcote, Univ of California/Riverside
145 // ECO024 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 207
Poverty in Latin America: Realities and Policies
Organizer : Geske Dijkstra, Erasmus Univ/Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Chair(s) : Geske Dijkstra, Erasmus Univ/Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS
Antecedentes y estado actual de las relaciones comerciales entre Cuba y
Estados Unidos: Yilian Caraballo Alonso, Empresa de Gestión del Conoc y
Tec, CUBA
Transferencias directas vs inyecciones estructurales: Gaspar Núñez, Centro
de Estudios Socioecónomicos, MEXICO
Deconstructing Poverty: Precarious Jobs, Gender, and Social Protection in a
Global Context: Lourdes Beneria, Cornell University, Maria Floro,
American University
Donors and PRSPs: The New "Paradigm for Development" in Latin
American Practice: Geske Dijkstra, Erasmus Univ/Rotterdam, THE
NETHERLANDS
Campesino Food Security, Risk Management, and Rural Development:
Lessons from El Salvador: Barry Shelley, Univ of Massachusetts/Amherst
Mainstreaming the Fisheries Sector into PRSP's and National Development
Programmes: Andy Thorpe, University of Portsmouth, UNITED
KINGDOM
Situación social en Cuba: una mirada actualizada: Angela Lucia Ferriol
Muruaga, Inst Nacional de Invest Económicas, CUBA
146 // EDU002 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 202
Educación de adultos, Pedagogía y cambio social
Organizer : John Holst, University of St Thomas
Chair(s) : Eulalio Velázquez Licea, Universidad Pedagógica Nacional,
MEXICO
Experiencias sobre la formación de maestros para la formación de adultos en
México: Eulalio Velázquez Licea, Universidad Pedagógica Nacional,
MEXICO
La organización de instituciones educativas para combatir el analfabetismo
en el Estado de Veracruz: Juana Leticia Hernández Barrales, Cultura del
Estado de Veracruz, MEXICO
Paulo Freire in Chile, 1964-1969: Pedagogy of the Oppressed in its SocioPolitical Economic Context: John Holst, University of St Thomas
Adult Education in Workers Organizations in Chile: María Alicia Vetter,
University of St Thomas
147 // EDU008 Workshop Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Grande Ballroom G
New Directions on International Education Exchange Programs
Organizer : Sebastian Royo, Suffolk University
Chair(s) : Sebastian Royo, Suffolk University
Participants: Craig Hastings, LASPAU/Harvard University; Fay Henderson
De Diaz, LASPAU
148 // ENV007 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 205
Water Policy, Environmental Policy
Organizer : Rebecca Carter, Sonoran Institute
Chair(s) : Rebecca Carter, Sonoran Institute
Los instrumentos de la gestión ambiental en Cuba: experiencias de su
aplicación en la provincia de Pinar del Río: Ania Llays Peralta Ferreiro,
Ministerio de Ciencia y Tecnología, CUBA
Disjuncture between Mexican Water Policy and Practice: Case Studies in
Sonora, Mexico: Rebecca Carter, Sonoran Institute, Anne Browning-Aiken,
Margaret Wilder
Conflictos ambientales en la gestión del agua en México: Sergio Vargas, Inst
Mexicano de Tec del Agua, MEXICO, Eric Mollard, Inst de Recherche
pour le Develop, MEXICO
149 // FEA004 Workshop Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 6
Roundtable Panel Discussion with the Principal Editors of the Leading
Latin American Studies Journals
Sponsor: Latin American Research Review (LARR)
Organizer : Peter Ward, University of Texas
Chair(s) : Peter Ward, University of Texas
Participants: Peter Ward, Latin American Research Review (University of
Texas, Austin); Michiel Baud, European Review of Latin American and
Caribbean Studies (CEDLA, Amsterdam); James Dunkerley, Journal of
Latin American Studies (University of London); Sarah Radcliffe, Bulletin
of Latin American Research (University of Cambridge); William Smith,
Latin American Politics and Society (University of Miami); Daryle
Williams, Hispanic American Historical Review (University of Maryland);
Claudia de Lima Costa, Revista Estudios Feministas
150 // FEA013 Workshop Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 103
Las feministas en el Foro Social Mundial
Organizer : Marysa Navarro, Dartmouth College
Chair(s) : Marysa Navarro, Dartmouth College
Participants: Lilian Celiberti, Cotidiano Mujer, URUGUAY; Lucy Garrido,
Cotidiano Mujer, URUGUAY; Virginia Vargas, Centro “Flora Tristán:,
PERU
151 // GEN003 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 4
Familias Mexicanas: problemas y dilemas
Organizer : Mercedes Blanco, CIESAS-MEXICO, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Mercedes Blanco, CIESAS-MEXICO, MEXICO
Familia y trabajo: un dilema vigente en la participación económica femenina:
Mercedes Blanco, CIESAS-MEXICO, MEXICO, Edith Pacheco, El
Colegio de México, MEXICO
Actitudes y prácticas de algunos varones mexicanos en torno a la
manutención de sus hogares, el trabajo doméstico y la crianza de sus hijos:
Olga Rojas, El Colegio de México, MEXICO
Modelos productivos y familiares en el contexto de la globalización: Rocio
Guadarrama, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
Aportes del trabajo juvenil a las familias. Apuntes para el Estado de México:
Emma Navarrete, El Colegio Mexiquense, MEXICO
El inicio de una nueva familia en México: una exploración de las esferas
privadas de la transición a la adultez: Gonzalo Saravi, CIESAS-MEXICO,
MEXICO
Ciclos familiares avanzados: el efecto del envejecimiento en las unidades
domésticas en México: Veronica Montes de Oca, Univ Nacional Autó de
México, MEXICO
Discussant(s) : Florinda Riquer, Universidad de la Ciudad de México,
MEXICO
152 // GEN017 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 104
Sexuality and Empire
Organizer : Amalia Cabezas, Univ of California/Riverside
Chair(s) : Raul Fernandez, Univ of California/Irvine
Commercial Sex, Public Health and the State in Urban Mexico: Patricia Kelly,
Baruch College
Sexuality and Market Society: Bernardo Useche, Univ of Texas/Houston
Power, Sex and U.S. Dollars in Contemporary Cuba: Subjugated Pingueros
or Yumas Mecaneando?: Gisela Fosado, Univ of Michigan/Ann Arbor
Recreative Sexuality or Sexual Imperialism? Relations between Cuban and
Dominican Women and Foreign Men: Amalia Cabezas, Univ of
California/Riverside
Discussant(s) : Raul Fernandez, Univ of California/Irvine
153 // GEN022 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 105
Gendered State Policy: Re-configuring Mexican Women
Organizer : Lucy Luccisano, Wilfrid Laurier University, CANADA
Chair(s) : Kerry Preibisch, University of Guelph, CANADA
Gender, Migration and the Mexican State: Kerry Preibisch, University of
Guelph, CANADA
El patrimonio familiar y la titulación conjunta: género y derechos agrarios en
México ayer, hoy y mañana: Verónica Vázquez García, Desarollo Rural,
MEXICO
Progreso and Oportunidades: Neo-liberal Anti-Poverty Programs that Seek to
Reconstitute Poor Women's Subjectivity: Lucy Luccisano, Wilfrid Laurier
University, CANADA
Mobility and Public Policy: Intersections of Gender and Practice: Dolores
Byrnes, Cornell University
El papel de los institutos de las mujeres en el diseño, instrumentación y
ejecución de las políticas públicas para el desarrollo rural con perspectiva
de género : caso del Estado de México: Ivonne Vizcarra Bordi, Univ
Autónoma de México, MEXICO
Las políticas públicas y los proyectos productivos para las mujeres: Emma
Zapata Martelo, Centro de Estudios de Desarollo, MEXICO
LASA2004 - 18
THURSDAY / 2:00 pm – 3:45 pm
154 // GEN027 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 106
La Lucha Sigue: New Trends in Women's Activism in Latin America
Organizer : Rosaria Pisa, University of Rhode Island
Chair(s) : Rosaria Pisa, University of Rhode Island
When Terror has a Female Face: Women from Sendero Luminoso: Laura
Balbuena
Gender, Collective Action and Household Decision-making in Post-bellum
Guatemala: Robert Reinauer, University of Massachusetts
Desencanto Revolucionario? Gender, Violence, and Post-War
Reconstruction: Irina Carlota Silber, New York University
Weavers of Life: Demobilized Guerrilla Women Making Peace in Colombia:
Victoria Sanford, Virginia Foundation for Humanities
Women and Civil Society Leadership: An Exploration of Argentine Women's
Experience: Serena Cosgrove, AVINA Foundation
El proceso de institucionalización de las organizaciones de mujeres en
México (1970-2000): Maria Luisa Tarrés, El Colegio de México, MEXICO
Discussant(s) : Lynn Stephen, University of Oregon
155 // HIS027 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 110
The Mexican Borderlands, 1800-1850: How Las Vegas Got Its Name
Organizer : Thomas Holloway, University of California, Davis
Chair(s) : Thomas Holloway, University of California, Davis
From Santa Fe to Los Angeles: The Old Spanish Trail 1829-1837: Joseph
Sánchez, University of New Mexico
Slave Raiding on the Old Spanish Trail and Indigenous Responses: Elizabeth
Warren, HRA Conservation Archaeology
Imagining New Mexico’s Territory, 1800-1850: Andrés Reséndez, Univ of
California/Davis
Cultural Brokers and Broken Borders: New Mexico in the Early Nineteenth
Century: Sandra Mathews-Lamb, Nebraska Wesleyan University
Discussant(s) : Thomas Holloway, University of California, Davis
156 // HSS004 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 201
Sexuality, Equality and Reproductive Health: The Case of Mexico I
Organizer : Matthew Gutmann, Brown University/CIESAS-Istmo
Chair(s) : Matthew Gutmann, Brown University/CIESAS-Istmo
El laberinto del petate: Historias recientes del sexo en México: Matthew
Gutmann, Brown University/CIESAS-Istmo
Del paradigma sobre Población y Desarrollo al debate sobre Salud
Reproductiva en México. Los aportes de la investigación sociodemográfica
y sus implicaciones para políticas y acciones: Ivonne Szasz, Colegio de
México, MEXICO
Secretos de Alcoba: Mexican Men, Sexuality, and Intimacy: Gloria GonzálezLópez, University of Texas/Austin
Does Gender "Equality" in Reproductive Policies and Programs
Unintentionally Reinforce Male Authority?: Carole Browner, Univ of
California/Los Angeles
Vínculo de pareja y hombría: "Atender y mantener" en adultos mayores del
Rio Sonora, México: Guillermo Núñez-Noriega, Ctro de Invest Desarrollo,
CANADA
Patentes, pastillas y mexicanos fértiles: el papel de México en la creación de
la pastilla anticonceptiva: Gabriela Soto Laveaga, Univ of California/Santa
Barbara
Discussant(s) : Ana Luisa Liguori, John D & Catherine T MacArthur Fnd,
MEXICO
157 // INT005 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 108
Oil, Politics and Society
Organizer : Alexandra Guáqueta Girvin, Fundación Ideas para la Paz,
COLOMBIA
Chair(s) : Terry Lynn Karl
International Human Rights Norms and the Role of Private Sector in Conflict
Zones: Alexandra Guáqueta Girvin, Fundación Ideas para la Paz,
COLOMBIA
Multinational Corporations, Rentier Capital and the War System in
Colombia: Nazih Richani, Kean University
Resources and Indigenous Rights: Transnational Regime Conflict and the
Expansion of the Oil Frontier in the Andes: Leslie Wirpsa, Univ of
Southern California
Discussant(s) : Terry Lynn Karl
158 // LAT010 Workshop Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Top of the Riviera
North
Latinas, Latinos and Shifting Meanings of Citizenship in the US
Organizer : Hinda Seif, Univ of California/Davis
Chair(s) : Suzanne Oboler, University of Illinois/Chicago
Participants: Alejandra Castañeda, Univ of California/Santa Cruz; Lorrin
Thomas, Rutgers University/Camden; Cristina Escobar, Temple University;
Hinda Seif, Univ of California/Davis
159 // LAT012 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 3
Policy, Migration, and Latino Prospects
Organizer : Pablo Vila, Temple University
Building Bridge between Latinos and Asian-Americans in the U.S: Antonio
Hsiang, Tamkang University, TAIWAN
Watching Over Greater Mexico: Governance of Mexico's Ten Million
Migrants Abroad: Teresa Carrillo, San Francisco State University
Policies Influence on Latinos/as Political Activism: Stacey Carrasco, San
Francisco State University
Coverage of the Supreme Court’s Rulings in the Michigan Affirmative Action
Cases: Comparing the Mainstream, Black, and Latino Media: Rosalee
Clawson, Purdue University, Katsuo Nishikawa, Purdue University, Eric
Waltenburg, Purdue University
Niches for Latinas in the US Labor Market: Elaine Levine, CISAN-UNAM,
MEXICO
160 // LAW001 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 111
Diagnóstico de los sistemas de justicia en América Latina
Organizer : Marisa Ramos Rollón, Universidad de Salamanca, SPAIN
Chair(s) : Borja Díaz Rivillas, Universidad de Salamanca, SPAIN
Independencia judicial en América Latina: Borja Díaz Rivillas, Universidad
de Salamanca, SPAIN, Sebastián Linares, Universidad de Salamanca,
SPAIN
Diágnostico del acceso a los sistemas de justicia en perspectiva comparada:
Esther Del Campo García, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, SPAIN,
Leticia Ruiz-Rodríguez, Universidad de Salamanca, SPAIN
El poder judicial como mecanismo de rendición de cuentas: Leopoldo Díaz
Moure, Universidad de Salamanca, SPAIN, Elena Martínez Barahona, Inst
Univ Europeo/Florencia, ITALY
Los abogados de América Latina: Rogelio Pérez Perdomo, Stanford
University, VENEZUELA
Discussant(s) : Pilar Domingo, Universidad de Salamanca, SPAIN
161 // LCO005 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Grande Ballroom H
Representación del cuerpo en la narrativa latinoamericana
contempóranea
Organizer : Renee Scott, University of North Florida
Chair(s) : Renee Scott, University of North Florida
¿Comer o no comer? Cuerpo-texto en dos relatos de Andrea Blanqué y
Andrea Maturana: Renee Scott, University of North Florida
Afirmación por confrontación: la escritura del cuerpo en Hagiografía de
Narcisa la bella: Reynaldo Jiménez, University of Florida
The Female Body as a Marker: Cristina Garcia and
Judith Ortiz Cofer: Raysa Amador, Delphi University
Abjection, Nation, and the Prostitute’s Body: "Nadie me verá llorar (1999),
Cristina Rivera Garza: Traci Roberts, Univ of California/Riverside
Diferencia corporal e inteligencia artificial en "Historias de mujeres malas"
de Naief Yehya: Susan Antebi, Univ of California/Riverside
Discussant(s) : Martin Camps, University of North Florida
162 // LCO035 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 8
Steel and Glass: Women Write the City in Latin America
Organizer : Elisabeth Guerrero, Bucknell University
Chair(s) : Elisabeth Guerrero, Bucknell University
Urban Legends: Elena Poniatowska, Tina Modotti and Angelina Beloff as
flanêuse in Mexico City: Elisabeth Guerrero, Bucknell University
Failed Modernity: San Juan at Night in Mayra Santos Febres' "Cualquier
Miércoles soy tuya": Guillermo Irizarry, Yale University
On Being a Woman in the City of Kings: Women Write Comtemporary Lima:
Anne Lambright, Trinity College
Women in Urban Space: Teresa de la Parra: Naomi Lindstrom, University of
Texas/Austin
Writing Home: Afro-Costa Rican Women Poets Negotiating Limón and San
José: Dorothy Mosby, Mount Holyoke College
LASA2004 - 19
THURSDAY / 2:00 pm – 3:45 pm
Short Circuits: Gendered Itineraries in Recent Urban Fiction Anthologies
from Latin America: Marcy Schwartz, Rutgers/State University
163 // MAS001 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 109
Opening the Public Sphere I: Access to Information and Freedom of
Expression in Latin America
Organizer : Eliza Tanner Hawkins, Brigham Young University
Chair(s) : Sallie Hughes, University of Miami
Resources, Incentives or Values? Bureaucratic Compliance With Mexico’s
New Access to Information Law*: Sallie Hughes, University of Miami,
Juliet Gill, University of Miami
Press Freedom in the Southern Cone: A Comparative Analysis of
Contemporary Argentina, Chile and Uruguay: Diane Johnson, Lebanon
Valley College
Defending Press Freedom in Latin America: Analyzing the Effectiveness of the
Committee to Protect Journalists: Eliza Tanner Hawkins, Brigham Young
University, Leticia Adams, Brigham Young University
Discussant(s) : Leo Ferreira, University of Miami
164 // MTG035 Other Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 13
Meeting of the Officers of the Cuba Section
Sponsor : Cuba Section
Organizer : Michael Erisman, Indiana State University
165 // MTI005 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 210
Desplazamientos migratorios y subjetividades diaspóricas I: Política,
ciudadanías e identidad
Sponsor : Social Science Research Council
Organizer : Marcial Godoy-Anativia, Social Science Research Council
Chair(s) : Angela Stuesse, University of Texas/Austin
Poultry Processing, People's Politics: Local Effects of Globalization,
Immigration and Industrial Restructuring in Mississippi: Angela Stuesse,
University of Texas/Austin
Identities and Diaspora: Guayacos in Hollywood: O. Hugo Benavides
Verdesoto, Fordham University
Género y ciudadanía: las migrantes dominicanas en Puerto Rico: Luisa
Hernandez-Angueira, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Performing Subjectivity and Citizenship: El Señor de los Milagros in the
Peruvian Diaspora: Ulla Berg, New York University
Entre la mixteca y Nueva York: Las remesas socioculturales de los migrantes
mexicanos: Liliana Rivera Sánchez, Universidad Veracruzana, MEXICO
Fronteras Múltiples: Reconfiguración de ejes identitarios en migraciones
contemporáneas a la Argentina: Sergio Caggiano, Univ Nacional de la
Plata/IDES, ARGENTINA
Discussant(s) : Alejandro Grimson, Universidad de Buenos Aires,
ARGENTINA
166 // MTI007 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 14
Contemporary Colombian Transnational Migration
Organizer : Maria Aysa, University of Pennsylvania
Chair(s) : Luz Diaz, University of Texas/Austin
Conflicto armado y transnacionalismo: migración internacional forzada
desde Colombia: Luz Diaz, University of Texas/Austin
Colombian Remittances: Beneficiaries Profiles and Its Uses: Jorge Baca, Int'l
Organization for Migration, COLOMBIA, Maria Aysa, University of
Pennsylvania
Dominican and Colombian Transnational Migration: A Comparative
Approach: Ninna Sørensen, Danish Inst for Int'l Studies, DENMARK
Narcotráfico: un pretexto para la discriminación de los migrantes
colombianos y de otras nacionalidades: William Mejia, Corporación Alma
Mater, COLOMBIA
Discussant(s) : Luis Guarnizo, University of California/Davis
167 // MTI018 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 209
Imagining Mexican Citizenships: Local, National and Transnational
Perspectives
Organizer : Lourdes Gutierrez Najera, University of Michigan
Chair(s) : Lourdes Gutierrez Najera, University of Michigan, and Patricia
Martin, Dartmouth College
National Fragments? Citizenship and the Spaces of Belonging in
Contemporary Mexico: Patricia Martin, Dartmouth College
If the Mixed Vote, Can They Still Be Disenfranchised? Cultural Difference in
Oaxaca, Mexico, and the Implications for Citizenship: Catherine Newling,
University of Pennsylvania
Market Membership Without Absentee Suffrage: Civic Participation and
Community Development Strategies of Michoacano Hometown
Associations: Xochitl Bada, University of Notre Dame
The Politics of Transnational Citizenship: Mexican Immigrants and Urban
Space in Woodburn, Oregon: Lise Nelson, University of Oregon
Becoming Cancunense: Migration, Citizenship, and the State: Maria Bianet
Castellanos, Univ of California/San Diego
"El Trabajo es Todo": Community Labor, Citizenship, and Migration:
Lourdes Gutierrez Najera, University of Michigan
Migration and the Politics of Community in Rural Oaxaca: Jeff Cohen,
Pennsyvania State University, Leila Rodriguez
Discussant(s) : Michael Kearney, Univ of California/Riverside
168 // POL008 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 116
Chile: The Lagos Legacy and the Transition into the 21st Century
Organizer : Silvia Borzutzky, Carnegie Mellon University
Chair(s) : Lois Hecht Oppenheim, University of Judaism
The Lagos Legacy: The Neoliberal Model and Economic Policy Under Lagos:
Lois Hecht Oppenheim, University of Judaism
Saving the Ship or the Captain? Government and Presidential Popularity in
Chile's Lagos Administration: Patricio Navia, New York University
El Chile que cambió: renovación socialista y transición valórica: Angel Soto,
Universidad de Los Andes, CHILE
The Effects of Poverty Alleviation Policies in Families' Agency: Preliminary
Findings of the Puente study: Angela Gomez, ECLAC, CHILE
The Legacy of the Lagos Administration: Socialist Rhetoric and Market
Imperatives in the Social Security and Health Policies: Silvia Borzutzky,
Carnegie Mellon University
Discussant(s) : Gonzalo Paz, George Washington Univ
169 // POL017 Workshop Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Top of the Riviera
South
Repensar América Latina desde las ciencias sociales/Rethinking Latin
America from the Social Sciences.
Sponsor : UNESCO
Organizer : Gonzalo Abad-Ortiz, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Atilio Boron, CLACSO, ARGENTINA
Participant: Fernando Carrion Mena, FLACSO
170 // POL046 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 115
Civil Society, Marginalized Groups, and State-Society Relations
Organizer : Lisa Baldez, Dartmouth College
Chair(s) : Joseph Klesner, Kenyon College
La incorporación de opiniones subestatales en los legislativos nacionales. Un
análisis institucional de la descentralización en América Latina: Vicente
Marc Navarro, SPAIN
The Political Potential of Civil Society: Alliances Advocating for Change in
Argentina and Chile: Amy Risley, Unversity of Texas/Austin
The New Politics of Urban Poverty in Argentina: Martin Maldonado,
University of Florida
Social Capital and Political Participation in Latin America: Joseph Klesner,
Kenyon College
What Are They Doing There?: An Ethnographic Study of Mapuche Public
Employees in Chile: Yun-Joo Park, University of Texas/Austin, Patricia
Richards, University of Georgia
Inclusión, inversión y desplazamiento: pensando políticas de género para la
ciencia en latinoamérica: Débora Valeria Schneider, Universidad Nacional
de Quilmes, ARGENTINA, Aluminé Moreno, Universidad de Buenos
Aires, ARGENTINA
171 // RAE005 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 15
Peruvians of Japanese Descent: Identity, Community and Politics in Peru
and Japan
Organizer : Steven Ropp, California State Univ/Northridge
Chair(s) : Steven Ropp, California State Univ/Northridge
Nikkei Political Discourse in the 1990s: The Symbolic and Material
Intersections of Andean Modernity and Asian Capitalism: Steven Ropp,
California State Univ/Northridge
Nikkei peruanos: Un balance al final de la década de Fujimori y el fenómeno
dekasegui: Raúl Araki Makabe, Univ Nacional Mayor de San Marcos,
PERU
LASA2004 - 20
THURSDAY / 2:00 pm – 3:45 pm
Los nikkei en la era Post-Fujimori: Amelia Morimoto, Univ Nacional Mayor
de San Marcos, PERU
172 // RAE013 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 211
Race, Culture, Politics in the Andes
Organizer : Lynn Meisch, Saint Mary's College of California
Chair(s) : Lynn Meisch, Saint Mary's College of California
Mestizo Identity Construction: Karem Roitman, University of Oxford,
UNITED KINGDOM
Genocidio Aymara en Bolivia: 2003: María Eugenia Choque Quispe, Ctr de
Estds Multidisciplinarios, BOLIVIA
Peruvian Youth and Racism: The Category of Race Remains Strong: Joanna
Drzewieniecki
The Wedding of Culture and Politics: Matrimonies in Otavalo, Ecuador: Lynn
Meisch, Saint Mary's College of California
173 // ROR006 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 16
Religious Conversion in the Americas
Organizer : David Smilde, University of Georgia
Chair(s) : Edward Cleary, Providence College
Meaning Networks in Conversion to Venezuelan Evangelicalism: A
Qualitative Comparative Analysis: David Smilde, University of Georgia
Catholic Left Concepts of Conversion in the Central America Solidarity and
Plowshares Movements: Sharon Erickson Nepstad, Duquesne University
Analizando la conversión en/desde América Latina: Cuestiones teóricas,
dilemas metodológicos y enfoques desde Brasil y Argentina: Alejandro
Frigerio, Univ Católica Argentina/CONICET, ARGENTINA
Conversion among Mexican Immigrants in the US: Patricia Fortuny Loret de
Mola, CIESAS, MEXICO
The Protestant Ethic and the Dis-Spirit of Vodou: Karen Richman, Univ of
Notre Dame
Discussant(s) : Timothy Steigenga, Florida Atlantic University
174 // SEC010 Workshop Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 206
Globalization and Central America
Sponsor : Central America Section
Organizer : Carleen Sanchez, California State Univ/Northridge
Chair(s) : Carleen Sanchez, California State Univ/Northridge
Participants: Jeanne Simonelli, Wake Forest University; Susan Fitzpatrick
Berehns, California State Univ/Northridge; Milos Kokotovic, Univ of
California/San Diego; Christine Kovic, Univ of Houston/Clear Lake;
Alberto García, California State Univ/Northridge
175 // SEC017 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 1
Hegemonia Cultural en America Latina, parte I
Sponsor : Culture, Power & Politics Section
Organizer : Ana Wortman, Univ de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
El apoyo del cine mexicano desde Echeverria a Fox: Ryan Long, Oklahoma
Univ
El neoliberaliza, ellos neoliberalizan, nosotros neoliberalizamos. Cómo y por
qué el Perú abrió sus puertas al discurso neoliberal: Alba Hesselroth,
University of Southern California
La reconstrucción de lo juvenil en América Latina: entre postergados y
estigmatizados: Martín Hopenhayn, ECLAC, CHILE
176 // SEC031 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 5
Gender Politics, Neoliberalism and the Swing to the Left
Sponsor : Gender Section
Organizer : Nathalie Lebon, Randolph-Macon College
Chair(s) : Nathalie Lebon, Randolph-Macon College
The "Partido dos Trabalhadores," Brazilian Women's Movements and the
Issue of Autonomy: Nathalie Lebon, Randolph-Macon College
Emancipatory Paradoxes: Gender Equity and Multicultural Policy Struggles
in Neoliberal Bolivia and Ecuador: Amy Lind
Gender Politicking in Venezuela: Cathy Rakowski, Ohio State University
Discussant(s) : Graciela Di Marco, Univ Nacional de San Martín,
ARGENTINA, Céli Pinto, Univ Fed do Rio Grande do Sul, BRAZIL
177 // SEC042 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 2
Law, Race and Discrimination in Latin America
Sponsor : Law & Society Section
Organizer : Robert Cottrol, George Washington University
Chair(s) : Robert Cottrol, George Washington University
Problems of Law and Race Relating to the Ethnic Haitian Minority in the
Dominican Republic: Arturo Carrillo, George Washington University
Affirmative Action, the Judiciary and Civil Society in Brazil: Michael
Mitchell, Arizona State University
Race and Law in the Eastern Part of Haiti during the Unification Period:
Charles Venator Santiago, Ithaca College
Law and Racial Discrimination in Latin America: Recent Developments: Ariel
Dulitzky, Inter-Amer Comm on Human Rights
(Des)igualdad estructural: Roberto Saba, Universidad de Buenos Aires,
ARGENTINA
Inclusive Development: Social Mobilization among Afro-Descendants in Latin
America: Luis Barcelos, Inter-American Dialogue
Discussant(s) : Tanya Hernandez, Rutgers University
178 // SEC056 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Grande Ballroom E
Las múltiples caras de la sociedad civil en Venezuela
Sponsor : Venezuelan Studies Section
Organizer : Maria Pilar Garcia-Guadilla, Universidad Simón Bolívar,
VENEZUELA
Chair(s) : Maria Pilar Garcia-Guadilla, Universidad Simón Bolívar,
VENEZUELA
The Multiples Faces of Venezuelan Civil Society: Poliotization and its Impact
on Democratization: Maria Pilar Garcia-Guadilla, Universidad Simón
Bolívar, VENEZUELA, Ana Mallen, Maryluz Guillén, VENEZUELA
El discurso sobre la sociedad civil in Venezuela: Edgardo Lander, Univ
Central de Venezuela, VENEZUELA
Estado versus Iglesia en Venezuela: el resurgimiento de un viejo clivaje:
Angel Álvarez, Univ Central de Venezuela, VENEZUELA
The Venezuelan Labor Movement under Chávez: Autonomous Branch of Civil
Society or Instrument of Political Control?: Steve Ellner, Univ de Oriente,
VENEZUELA
¿Con qué se come eso? Las organizaciones de la sociedad civil en la V
República: Rosa Amelia González, IESA, VENEZUELA
Discussant(s) : Daniel Levine, University of Michigan, Jennifer McCoy,
Georgia State University
179 // SEC064 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Grande Ballroom F
Palabra, cultura y poder: cruce de perspectivas sobre el Paraguay
Sponsor : Paraguayan Studies Section
Organizer : Tracy Lewis, SUNY/Oswego
Chair(s) : Teresa Méndez-Faith, Saint Anselm College
El poder como perspectiva condicionante: el caso del Paraguay: Jesús Freire,
State Univ of New York/Oswego
An Overview of Paraguayan Spanish: Terrell Morgan, Ohio State University
Contact and Convergence: A Sociolinguistic History of Paraguayan
Bilingualism: Shaw Gynan, Western Washington University
Guarani Language Usage in the Trilogy of Paraguay's Roa Bastos: Christina
Turner, Virginia Commonwealth Univ
Discussant(s) : Jesús Freire, State Univ of New York/Oswego
180 // SJU002 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 204
Derechos humanos y derechos indígenas en México y América Latina: el
principio del milenio.
Organizer : Moisés Jaime Bailón Corres, Ctro Nacional de Derechos
Humanos, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Moisés Jaime Bailón Corres, Ctro Nacional de Derechos Humanos,
MEXICO
Etnocidio y genocidio estatal o autogenocidio comunitario: la masacre de
Agua Fría, Oaxaca, México en 2002: Moisés Jaime Bailón Corres, Ctro
Nacional de Derechos Humanos, MEXICO
Los derechos indígenas y el desarrollo de los pueblos indígenas en México:
Xóchitl Gálvez Ruiz, CDI, MEXICO
La experiencia de las reformas en materia de derechos indígenas en el Estado
de Oaxaca, 1995-1998: Diódoro Carrasco Altamirano, MEXICO
Lucha por los derechos indígenas: la experiencia de Oaxaca, México. 19802003: Salomón Nahmad Sitton, CIESAS, MEXICO
181 // SMO007 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 212
Social Movements and Civil Society in the Context of the Bush Doctrine
and the Washington Consensus
Organizer : Gary Prevost, St John's University
Chair(s) : Gary Prevost, St John's University
LASA2004 - 21
THURSDAY / 2:00 pm – 3:45 pm
Challenging Reagan: Transnational Sub-State Actors in U.S.-Central
American Relations: Hector Perla, Univ of California/Los Angeles
Contesting Free Trade: The Development of the Anti-FTAA Movement: Gary
Prevost, St John's University
Carving Out Space from Below: The Zapatista Autonomy Movement in
Chiapas, Mexico: Richard Stahler-Sholk, Eastern Michigan University
Political Space, Civil Society and the Politicization of Social Movements:
Brazil's MST: Harry Vanden, University of South Florida
Civil Society Networks and Security Issues in Latin America and the
Caribbean: Andrés Serbin, Universidad de Belgrano, ARGENTINA
Building Stronger Unions: Central American Women Take on Goliath: Mary
Bellman, STITCH, GUATEMALA
El proyecto AUNA, una experiencia de concertación para el debate y la
reflexión regional: Carlos Oliva, AUNA/Cuba, CUBA
THURSDAY / 4:00 - 5:00 pm
Thursday 4:00 - 5:00 pm
PLENARY SESSION: READINGS BY SERGIO
RAMIREZ, Royale Pavillion 2
LASA2004 - 22
THURSDAY / 5:15 pm – 7:00 pm
Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm
182 // AGR002 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 205
Fair Trade in the Americas--Benefits and Contradictions
Organizer : Daniel Jaffee, Univ of Wisconsin/Madison
Chair(s) : Daniel Jaffee, Univ of Wisconsin/Madison
Bringing Home the 'Moral Charge': Fair Trade within the North and within
the South: Daniel Jaffee, Univ of Wisconsin/Madison
Confronting the coffee crisis: Can Fair Trade, organic and specialty coffees
reduce small-scale farmer vulnerability in northern Nicaragua?:
Christopher Bacon, Univ of California/Santa Cruz
Fair Trade Campaigns- The Way to Take the Bitterness of Exploitation and
Child Labor out of Coffee and Chocolate: Melissa Schweisguth, Global
Exchange
Fair Trade and Local Development: Reflections on Potential Synergies from
Farmers' Perspectives in Coffee Cooperatives of El Salvador: Ernesto
Mendez, ASINDEC, EL SALVADOR
What Makes it Fair? Perspectives of Fair Trade Banana Production from the
Dominican Republic: Aimee Shreck, Univ of California/Davis
La aventura del comercio justo: Mario Monroy Gómez, Agromercados,
MEXICO
183 // CIT015 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 207
Law, Inequality, and Urban Policy
Organizer : Tom Angotti, Hunter College/City Univ. of NY
Chair(s) : Tom Angotti, Hunter College/City Univ. of NY
Landscapes of the Powerless: Latinos in Globalized Corona (New York City):
Tom Angotti, Hunter College/City Univ. of NY, Arturo Sanchez, Lynn
McCormick, Hunter College/CUNY
Desigualdad social y ciudadanía en la Zona Metropolitina del Valle de
Toluca, México (1950-2000): Nelson Arteaga-Botello, El Colegio
Mexiquense AC, MEXICO
Segregação, Desigualdades e Irregularidade nas Cidades Latino-Americanas:
questionando algumas hipóteses: Adauto Cardoso, Univ Federal de Rio de
Janeiro, BRAZIL
Gestión local y participación ciudadana: un Estudio del Distrito Federal de
Mexico: Maria Margarita Castro Flores, Centro de Estudios Sobre America,
MEXICO
184 // CIT016 Workshop Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Top of the Riviera
North
Cities and Citizenship: Debating a Research Agenda
Organizer : Teresa Caldeira, Univ of California/Irvine
Chair(s) : Teresa Caldeira, Univ of California/Irvine
Participants: Francisco Sabatini, Pontificia Univ Católica de Chile; Mario
Grynszpan, Univ Federal Fluminense; Alejandro Grimson, Universidad de
Buenos Aires; Jeffrey Rubin, Boston University; Alicia Lindón, Univ
Autónoma Metropolitana; Silvia Alvarez-Curbelo, Universidad de Puerto
Rico; Javier Avila, Instituto de Estudios Peruanos; Bibiana Esperanza
Salamanca Solarte, Ecó-Fund Estación Bio Bachaqueros
185 // CTM006 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Monaco Tower 15
De nuevo, Nuevo Cine
Organizer : Horacio Machín, Univ of Minnesota/Twin Cities
Chair(s) : Horacio Machín, Univ of Minnesota/Twin Cities
Nuevo cine uruguayo, gobalización y derechos humanos: análisis de un caso:
Horacio Machín, Univ of Minnesota/Twin Cities
Framing the New in New Argentine Cinema: Adrián Caetano: Roy Ketchum,
University of Minnesota
Looking to the Past for New Ways to do New Cinema: An Example from
Mexico: Caryn Connelly, Wright State University
Love in the Time of Neoliberal Cholera: "Amores perros" and "Y tu mamá
también" as National Allegories (?): Juliet Lynd, St. Olaf College
Lourdes Portillo’s Missing Young Woman: Femicide, Politics and Aesthetics
in the Age of Neoliberalism: Alejandro Enriquez, University of Minnesota
Discussant(s) : Juliet Lynd, St. Olaf College
186 // CUL019 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 113
Urban Desires: Demarcating Metropolitan Spaces in Latin/o America
Organizer : Dara Goldman, Univ of Illinois/Urbana-Champaign
Chair(s) : Eva-Lynn Jagoe, University of Essex, UNITED KINGDOM
The Desire for the Urban: Cosmopolitan Affect in Buenos Aires: Eva-Lynn
Jagoe, University of Essex, UNITED KINGDOM
Sanhattan: Santiago, Chile and the Spectral Materiality of Empire: Bradley
Epps, Harvard University
Urban Desires: Fernando Pérez’s Portrayal of Havana: Dara Goldman, Univ
of Illinois/Urbana-Champaign
The (Real) Estate of Poetry. Reina María Rodríguez and the Lyrics of
Monumental Havana: María Mercedes Carrión, Emory University
Inventing the Indian: Use of the City in the Construction of Indigenous
Identity in Colonial Peru: Lisa Tulchin, Lynn Rienner Publishers
Discussant(s) : José Quiroga, Emory University
187 // CUL023 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 112
Mexico and Inter-Americas Studies
Organizer : Robert McKee Irwin, Univ of California/Davis
Chair(s) : Maarten van Delden, Rice University
What Is a View from South? Mexican Intellectuals and the Question of
Modernity: Maarten van Delden, Rice University
Inter-Americas Work at the Intersection of American and Latin American
Studies: Claudia Sadowski Smith, Texas Tech University
Eisenstein's Footage for "¡Qué viva México!": A Contested Image of Mexico:
Isabel Arredondo, Plattsburgh State University
"I don't hate it, I don't hate it, I don't hate it": The Frustrated Modern in
Faulkner, Yáñez and Garro: Rebecca Biron, University of Miami
188 // DEM001 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 110
Authoritarian Legacies and Democracy
Organizer : Paola Cesarini, Columbia University
Chair(s) : Katherine Hite, Vassar College
Legacies of Injustice in Italy and Argentina: Paola Cesarini, Columbia
University
Historical Memory and Authoritarian Legacies in Processes of Political
Change: Chile and Spain in Comparative Perspective: Katherine Hite,
Vassar College
Authoritarian Legacies: The Military Role: Felipe Aguero, University of
Miami
The Persistence of the 'Mano Dura': Authoritarian Legacies and Policing in
Brazil and the Southern Cone: Mark Ungar, Woodrow Wilson Center,
Anthony Pereira, Tulane University
Memória do medo: Marta Nehring, Quartim de Moraes, BRAZIL
Correlates of Authoritarianism among Latin American Elites: Benjamin
Bishin, University of Miami, Daniel Stevens
Discussant(s) : Alexander Wilde, Ford Foundation
189 // DEM023 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 101
Economic Reforms, Democratization, and Political Linkages
Organizer : Thomas Mustillo, Univ of North Carolina/Chapel Hill
Chair(s) : Paul Posner, Clark University
Risks for Democratic Rule in Latin America: Income Inequality, Social
Unrest and Political Instability: Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera, New School
University
Neoliberalism and Democracy in El Salvador and Guatemala: Avri Beard,
Univ of California/Berkeley
Attitudes Towards Privatization: Elite Responsiveness and Mass Opinion:
Elda Becerra, Duke University, Marco Fernandez, Duke University
Party decay? Electoral Effects of New Issues and Cleavages During
Neoliberal Reforms: Maria Valdez-Tappata, UNC/Chapel Hill
Declining Electoral Participation in Post-Authoritarian Chile: Protest,
Apathy, or Alienation?: Ryan Carlin, UNC/Chapel Hill
Economic Liberalization and the Declining Quality of Representation: New
Entrants to the Political Arena: Thomas Mustillo, Univ of North
Carolina/Chapel Hill
190 // ECO001 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 203
The Changing International Political Economy of Latin America
Organizer : Marcus Taylor, University of Alberta, CANADA
Chair(s) : Nancy Churchill, Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, MEXICO
Latin America, Development and the Contemporary International Division of
Labour: Marcus Taylor, University of Alberta, CANADA
Engaging on a New Terrain: The International Political Economy of Labour
and Neoliberalism in Latin America: Viviana Patroni, York University,
CANADA
LASA2004 - 23
THURSDAY / 5:15 pm – 7:00 pm
Change within Continuity: The International Political Economy of
Democratic Transition in Mexico: Adam Morton, Lancaster University,
UNITED KINGDOM
Discussant(s) : William Robinson, Univ of California/Santa Barbara
191 // ECO025 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Grande Ballroom H
Challenges Confronting Mexico's Industry
Organizer : James Gerber, San Diego State University
Chair(s) : James Gerber, San Diego State University
The Institutional Environment of the Industrial Process in a Trans-Frontier
Region: Maria del Rosio Barajas, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, Carmen
Rodríguez Carrillo, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte
Apertura comercial y ventajas territoriales: análisis de la industria
manufacturera en México: Gustavo Felix Verduzco, Univ Autónoma de
Coahuila, MEXICO, José Romero, Colegio de México, MEXICO
La maquiladora como herramienta de reestructuración económica: el caso
del distrito industrial de Monterrey: Anne Fouquet, ITESM, MEXICO
Manufacturing and the Quality of Life on Mexico's Northern Border: James
Gerber, San Diego State University, Joan Anderson, University of San
Diego
"Opciones" industriales para las economías locales: la experiencia reciente
de dos ciudades del norte de México frente a la apertura económica:
Georgina Rojas-Garcia, CIESAS, MEXICO
192 // EDU009 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Monaco Tower 17
Estrés y burnout en el sistema educativo del noreste de México
Organizer : María Elena Ramos-Tovar, Univ Autónoma de Nuevo León,
MEXICO
Chair(s) : Veronika Sieglin, Univ Autónoma de Nuevo León, MEXICO
Estigmatización y políticas identitarias del magisterio neolonés: Veronika
Sieglin, Univ Autónoma de Nuevo León, MEXICO
El maestro de primaria y su discurso de normativización: Guillermo Vanegas
Arrambide, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, MEXICO
Estrés ocupacional: los docentes y sus familias bajo la lupa: María Elena
Ramos-Tovar, Univ Autónoma de Nuevo León, MEXICO
Discursos infantiles en torno a la escuela y su impacto en el bienestar
emocional de maestros y alumnos. Breve acercamiento al estudio de las
emociones en el salón de clases. Un estudio de caso en el área
metropolitana de Monterrey: Blanca Esthela Torres Luna, Universidad
Autónoma de Nuevo León, MEXICO
Reformas educativas, reestructuración laboral y estrés laboral. Un estudio de
trabajadores sociales en la enseñanza básica en México: Ana María Acosta
Pech, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, MEXICO
193 // FEA008 Workshop Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 202
Roundtable on the "Handbook of Latin American Studies"
Organizer : Georgette Dorn, Library of Congress/Hispanic Div
Chair(s) : Georgette Dorn, Library of Congress/Hispanic Div
Participants: Katherine McCann, Library of Congress/Hispanic Div; Tracy
North, Library of Congress/Hispanic Division
194 // GEN014 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 4
Indigenous Women and the Politics of Gender
Organizer : Patricia Richards, University of Georgia
Chair(s) : Melissa Forbis, Univ of Texas/Austin
On Whose Terms? Indigenous Women's Organizing in the EZLN: Melissa
Forbis, Univ of Texas/Austin
Una experiencia de organización de mujeres mapuche en Chile y su
vinculación a una organizacion nacional de mujeres campesinas: América
Millaray Painemal Morales, CHILE
Change and Continuity in Mapuche Women's Activism in Chile: Patricia
Richards, University of Georgia
Las mujeres indígenas ante la globalización: Ruperta Bautista Vázquez,
MEXICO
Discussant(s) : Liz Lilliot, ECUADOR
195 // GEN028 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 7
Women's Movement, Feminism Suffrage and Citycenship in Central
America and Mexico
Organizer : Eugenia Rodriguez-Saenz, Universidad de Costa Rica, COSTA
RICA
Chair(s) : Eugenia Rodriguez-Saenz, Universidad de Costa Rica, COSTA
RICA
Movimiento de Mujeres, Femenismo y Construccción de la Ciudadanía
Femenina en Costa Rica (1900-1948): Eugenia Rodriguez-Saenz,
Universidad de Costa Rica, COSTA RICA
Abriendo Camino Durante la Revolución Guatemalteca: Participación
Política de la Mujeres (1944-1954): Guadalupe Rodriguez-de-Ita, Inst de
Invstig Dr José María Mora, MEXICO
Ciudadanía, Sufragio y Democratización: El Feminismo Salvadoreño (19441950): Sonia Ticas, Linfield College
Movimiento de Mujeres, Feminismo y Sufragismo en El Salvador (19401975): María Candelaria Navas, Universidad de El Salvador, EL
SALVADOR
Women and Citizenship in Costa Rica and Nicaragua (1920-1979): Victoria
Gonzales-Rivera, Univ of California/San Francisco
Grupos de Mujeres en Mexico. Profesionistas, Feministas o Políticas Durante
la Década de los Treinta: Ana Lau, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana,
MEXICO
196 // GEN029 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 106
Female Headed Households in Historical and Contemporary Perspective
Organizer : Helen Safa, Univ of Florida
Chair(s) : Helen Safa, Univ of Florida
Globalization, Inequality and the Growth of Female Headed Households in
the Caribbean: Helen Safa, Univ of Florida
Incremento en las mujeres jefas de familia y feminización de la pobreza en
Puerto Rico: Alice Colón Warren, University of Puerto Rico
Late Nineteenth Century Cuban Men and Their Legal Responsibilities to Their
Out-of-Wedlock Children, 1850-1886: Kym Morrison, Moravian College
Female-Headed Households in Urban Slave Society: Mid-19th Century
Santiago de Cuba: John Dumoulin, Univ of Florida
197 // GEN032 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 105
Gender and Family in Mexico: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives
Organizer : Kif Augustine-Adams, J Reuben Clark Law School
Chair(s) : Kif Augustine-Adams, J Reuben Clark Law School
Constructing Mexico: Marriage, Law, and Women's Dependent Citizenship in
the Late-Nineteenth and Early-Twentieth Centuries: Kif Augustine-Adams,
J Reuben Clark Law School
Agricultura urbana, hogares y fuerza laboral femenina: Fernando Neira
Orjuela, CIEAP/UAEM, MEXICO
Caracterizando la pobreza semiurbana. Hogares del interior de Jalisco:
Beatriz Bustos Torres, Universidad de Guadalajara, MEXICO
Patriarchy or Egalitarianism: Mexican Parents and Their Children: Katy
Pinto, UCLA
Catalina de Miranda, Life, Trial and Death of a Spanish "hechicera" in
Indias: Milena Hurtado, Univ of California/Santa Barbara
Roles de género en familias de migrantes: Margarita Estrada-Inguínez,
CIESAS, MEXICO
198 // HIS013 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 111
Venezuela, Petroleo, Cultura y Poder
Organizer : Miguel Tinker Salas, Pomona College
Chair(s) : Miguel Tinker Salas, Pomona College
“I Kept House in the Jungle,” The Construction of Gender in Venezuelan Oil
Camps 1920-1950: Miguel Tinker Salas, Pomona College
Analectas de la consciencia petrolera: Rómulo Betancourt y las
nacionalizaciones de México y Bolivia: Tomás Straka Medina, Univ
Andres Bello, VENEZUELA
El petroleo y los espacios de una nueva vida, Venezuela 1920-1970: Orlando
Marin Castañeda, Universidad Simón Bolívar, VENEZUELA
Petróleo: modernización y urbanización de Venezuela 1920-1950: Virgilio
Armas Acosta, IESA, VENEZUELA
Arturo Uslar Pietro: Estado, Petróleo y la comprensión de la economía
venezolana: Ramon Rivas Aguilar, Universidad de los Andes,
VENEZUELA
Discussant(s) : Maria Eva Valle, University of Redlands
199 // HIS016 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 108
State and Society in Cuba: Historical Foundations for Future
Developments
Organizer : Ariel Armony, Colby College
Chair(s) : Ariel Armony, Colby College
La guerrilla virtual: Dodanys García Aguilera, Génesis Multimedia, CUBA
LASA2004 - 24
THURSDAY / 5:15 pm – 7:00 pm
La violencia en los centros estudiantiles de Cuba entre los años 1934 y la
década de 1940: Angela Elvira Díaz Vallina, Universidad de la Habana,
CUBA
Inicio de la confrontación EE.UU./Cuba: Tomás Diez Acosta, Instituto de
Historia de Cuba, CUBA
Associationism and Institutional Actors in Contemporary Cuba: Ariel
Armony, Colby College, Margaret Crahan, CUNY/Hunter College
The Impact of Transnational Religious Ties in the Development of Civil
Society in Cuba: Sarah Mahler, Florida International Univ, Katrin Hansing,
Florida International Univ
Legislation, Associations, and History in Havana and Camagüey, 1880-1959:
Alfonso Quiroz, CUNY/Baruch College
"Apoyar al gobierno no implica aprobar": Popular Action and
Authoritarianism in Miami vs. Cuba: Lillian Guerra, Bates College
Discussant(s) : William LeoGrande, American University
200 // HIS023 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 8
Truth, Justice and Accountability: Declassified Documents as Legal and
Historical Evidence in Latin America
Sponsor : National Security Archive
Organizer : Michael Evans, National Security Archive
Chair(s) : Peter Kornbluh, National Security Archive
Judicial Uses of Declassified Documents in Chile: The Cases Against
Kissinger, and Other Prosecutions: Peter Kornbluh, National Security
Archive
A Pattern of Impunity: U.S. Documents and the Search for Accountability in
Colombia: Michael Evans, National Security Archive
Expedited Declassification Under Bush: Lessons from Peru: Tamara
Feinstein, National Security Archive
21st Century Digital Cataloguing and Research at Paraguay's Archive of
Terror: Carlos Osorio, National Security Archive
Apertura en México: Using the Archives of the "Dirty War": Kate Doyle,
National Security Archive
201 // HIS031 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 107
African Diaspora Identities in Colonial Mexico and the Andes
Organizer : Rachel O'Toole, Villanova University
Chair(s) : Rachel O'Toole, Villanova University
"From the Same Land": Colonial Casta and African Networks in 17th-Century
Peru: Rachel O'Toole, Villanova University
Interpreting Christian Institutions: The Mulato Isidro de Peralta and His
Illegal Confraternity: Joan Bristol, George Mason University
Caught between Rivals: The Spanish-African Maroon Competition for Captive
Indian Labor in the Region of Esmeraldas during the Late 16th and Early
17th Century: Charles Beatty Medina, University of Toledo
Power, Subversion and Afromexican Identities, ca. 1666: María Elena
Martínez, University of Southern California
On the Margins of the Atlantic World: Quito and the Changing Context of
African Ethnic Identification, 1590-1700: Sherwin Bryant, Northwestern
University
Afro-Iberian Roots: Applying Concepts of Creolization and the Atlantic World
to Colonial Peru: Leo Garofalo, Connecticut College
Discussant(s) : Ben Vinson III, Penn State University
202 // HSS001 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 201
Sexuality, Equality and Reproductive Health: The Case of Mexico II
Organizer : Katherine Bliss, Univ of Massachusetts/Amherst
Chair(s) : Katherine Bliss, Univ of Massachusetts/Amherst
Population Policy, Foreign Policy, and the Body Politic: Mexico in the
Context of the "World Population Crisis," 1958-1975: Katherine Bliss,
Univ of Massachusetts/Amherst
El trabajo de las ONG mexicanas sobre salud y derechos reproductivos,
1994-2004. Nuevas áreas de acción y dilemas políticos: Soledad González
Montes, El Colegio de México, MEXICO
Sexuality, Modernization, and Cultural Change in Mexico: Héctor Carrillo,
Univ of California/San Francisco
Donas con Chiles: Sex Education in Oaxaca City: Ariana Aguilar García,
Brown University
La salud y los derechos sexuales y reproductivos en la práctica institucional y
de la sociedad civil en Oaxaca: un análisis comparativo: Sesia Paola,
CIESAS-Istmo, MEXICO
Discussant(s) : Mara Viveros Vigoya, Universidad Nacional de Colombia,
COLOMBIA
203 // LAB001 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 211
Making Sense of Contemporary Labor Rights Activism in Latin America:
Sectoral, Sub-regional, and Organizational Differences
Organizer : Scott Martin, Columbia University
Chair(s) : Lance Compa, Cornell University
Global Governance, Cross-Border Organizing, and Labor Rights: Codes of
Conduct and Anti-Sweatshop Struggles in Global Apparel Factories in
Mexico and Guatemala: César Rodríguez-Garavito, Univ of
Wisconsin/Madison
Maquiladora Solidarity Networks: The Case of Mexico: Cirila Quintero
Ramírez, Colegio de la Frontera Norte, MEXICO
The Politics of Labor Transnationalism in North America: Tamara Kay, Univ
of California/Berkeley
Global Commodity Chains, Transnational Labor Activism, and National
Labor Law Reform: When More Protection is Not Enough: Mark Anner,
Cornell University
Transnational Labor Rights Networks in Comparative Perspective: Brazil
and Mexico, European and US Transnational Corporations: Scott Martin,
Columbia University, Joao Paulo Veiga, Univ de São Paulo, BRAZIL
Discussant(s) : Shareen Hertel, Columbia University
204 // LAT008 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 104
Latino Intersections: An Online Crossroads of Culture, Politics, and
Education
Organizer : Israel Reyes, Dartmouth College
Chair(s) : Israel Reyes, Dartmouth College
Remapping Scholarly Research: The Present and Future of Electronic
Resources: Israel Reyes, Dartmouth College
Encrucijada/Crossroads: Online Publishing and the Discourses of Diversity:
Beatriz Pastor, Dartmouth College
Students Representing Themselves through New Media:The Implications for
“New Voices/ Nuevas Voces” in Latino Intersections: Douglas Moody,
Dartmouth College
Frecuencias (re)moduladas: o las posibilidades de amplificar los medios
compartidos del cyberespacio: Eusebio Rodríguez, Northeastern Illinois
University
Discussant(s) : Francine A'ness, Dartmouth College
205 // LCO053 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 3
Escrituras de reconstrucción y denuncia desde el exilio
Organizer : Lizbeth Souza-Fuertes, Baylor University
Chair(s) : Lizbeth Souza-Fuertes, Baylor University
Denuncia de la represión y testimonio en Exilio: "testemunho de vida", de
Yolanda Avena Pires: Lizbeth Souza-Fuertes, Baylor University
Representaciones de la diáspora china en Cristina Garcia's "Monkey
Hunting": Ignacio López-Calvo, California State Univ/Los Angeles
Alicia Partnoy’s Metaphors of Hope and Survival in The Little School: Teresa
Smotherman, Wesleyan College
La denuncia de los estudiantes de Filipinas en el Madrid Noventayochista,
base de la nacionalidad de las islas: Manuel García Castellón, University
of New Orleans
Desde el exilio histórico y espiritual: Los poemas indios de Ernesto Cardenal:
Will Derusha, Univ of North Carolina/Greensboro
Elitismo y fidelidad ideológica en el exilio mexicano de Margarita Nelken:
Roberto Fuertes-Manjón, Midwestern State University
Discussant(s) : Will Derusha, Univ of North Carolina/Greensboro
206 // MAS002 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 109
Opening the Public Sphere II: Trends in Latin America’s PostAuthoritarian Media
Organizer : Sallie Hughes, University of Miami
Chair(s) : Rick Rockwell, American University
The Barriers to Media Opening in Latin America: Chappell Lawson, MIT
Alternative Audiences: The Indigenous Community and Media in Guatemala:
Rick Rockwell, American University
The Mass Media and Public Opinion in Latin America: Communications,
Agenda-Setting and News Management: Gonzalo Soruco, University of
Miami
Communicating New Mayan Identities: Malcolm Miguel Botto, Brigham
Young University
Whither the Public Sphere? The Consolidation of Tabloid Content and
Techniques in Mexico’s Prime-Time Newscasts: Jesús Arroyave, University
of Miami
Discussant(s) : Dan Hallin, University of California/San Diego
LASA2004 - 25
THURSDAY / 5:15 pm – 7:00 pm
207 // MTG038 non-LASA Board/Committee Meeting Thursday 5:15 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 2
PCCLAS Regional Meeting
Sponsor : Pacific Coast Council on Latin American Studies
Organizer : Juan Gomez-Quinones, Univ of California/Los Angeles
208 // MTI008 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Monaco Tower 13
Internal Colombian Migration: Escaping from Need or Fear?
Organizer : Maria Aysa, University of Pennsylvania
Chair(s) : Alejandro González, Universidad Externado de Colombia,
COLOMBIA
Colombia, Migraciones de Retorno: Alejandro González, Universidad
Externado de Colombia, COLOMBIA
Crisis Cafetera y Desplazamiento Forzado: Toro German, Corporación Alma
Mater, COLOMBIA
Migración económica y desplazamiento forzado: Fernando Calado, Int'l
Organization for Migration, COLOMBIA
Internal Forced Migration to Urban Areas: The Case of Bogotá: Maria Aysa,
University of Pennsylvania
Discussant(s) : Flor Osorio, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, COLOMBIA
209 // MTI014 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 210
Migrancy and Dislocation: Brazilians in the U.S.A.
Organizer : Cileine de Lourenço, Bryant College
Chair(s) : Cileine de Lourenço, Bryant College
The Politics of Identity: Brazilian Women Workers in Massachusetts: Cileine
de Lourenço, Bryant College, Judy McDonnell
Brazilian Immigration in Massachusetts: Newcomers to a Foreign Land:
Carlos Eduardo Siqueira, Univ of Massachusetts/Lowell, Tiago Jansen,
Univ of Massachusetts/Lowell
Brazilian Women in New York: Constructing Gender and Desire: Suzana
Moura Maia, City Univ of New York
Brazilians in New England: A Changing Profile and the Consequences of
9/11: Heloisa Souza, Grupo Mulher Brasileira
Segunda geração de imigrantes brasileiros: Teresa Sales, INICAMP,
BRAZIL
Discussant(s) : Maxine Margolis, Univ of Florida
210 // MTI019 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 209
Globalization and Postnational Identities: Reflections on Immigration
and Diaspora in Latin America
Organizer : Ignacio Irazuzta, ITESM, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Ignacio Irazuzta, ITESM, MEXICO
Globalization and Postnational Identities: Reflections on Immigration and
Diaspora in Latin America: Ignacio Irazuzta, ITESM, MEXICO
Ethnic Diasporas as Non-State Actors in Foreing Policy Construction: Gloria
Totoricagûena, University of Nevada/Reno
Towards a Diasporic and Transnational Reading of Basque Identities in Time,
Space, and History: Pedro Oiarzabal, University of Nevada/Reno
Southern Europeans into Argentines? The Politics of Making Nationals from
Migrants (1850-1919): David Cook Martín, Univ of California/Los
Angeles
"El futuro que no viene, el pasado que se fue". Notas para una interpretaciónd
ela realidad armenia en América Latina: Vartan Matiossian, Univ del
Salvador/Buenos Aires
Playing With Words: Reflecting Diaspora, International Relations and Global
Governance: Philipp Mueller, ITESM, MEXICO
Discussant(s) : Ignacio Irazuzta, ITESM, MEXICO
211 // POL002 Workshop Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Top of the Riviera
South
The Future of Cuban Studies
Sponsor : Cuban Research Institute, F.I.U.
Organizer : Damian Fernandez, Florida International University
Chair(s) : Javier Corrales, Amherst College
Participants: Jorge Dominguez, Harvard University; Rafael Hernandez, Centro
Juan Marinelo/Revista Tema; Velia Cecilia Bobes, FLACSO- Mexico; M.
Sherry Johnson, Florida International University; Mary Speck, Stanford
University
Discussant(s) : Lazaro Lima, Bryn Mawr College
212 // POL020 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 115
Perspectives on the Colombian Conflict
Organizer : Victor Hinojosa, Baylor University
Chair(s) : Andreas Feldmann, University of Chicago
Paramilitares: ¿nueva fuerza política en Colombia?: Pável Alemán Benitez,
Centro de Estudios sobre América, CUBA
From Cartels and Kingpins to Plan Colombia: A History of the War on Drugs
in Colombia: Suzanne Wilson, Gustavus Adolphus College
Continuity and Change: The Uses and Justifications of Terrorism by the
FARC: Andreas Feldmann, University of Chicago, Victor Hinojosa, Baylor
University
A Critique of “Resource-based” Theories of Colombia’s Civil War: Luis
Medina, University of Chicago
Defensores de derechos humanos y transiciones de la guerra: Ivan OrozcoAbad, Univesity of Notre Dame
The Application of International Law to the Plight of Non-Combatants Victims
of War in Colombia: Helena Olea, University of Notre Dame
Discussant(s) : Leal Francisco, Universidad de Los Andes, COLOMBIA
213 // POL037 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 116
Sexuality, Reproductive Health and Politics in Latin America
Organizer : Mario Pecheny, CONICET & Univ/Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Chair(s) : Mario Pecheny, CONICET & Univ/Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Políticas del estado argentino y rol de las mujeres: la legislación referida a
maternidad y enfermedades venéreas (1930-1943): Susana Novick,
CONICET-UBA, ARGENTINA
AIDS Prevention and Treatment are Inseparable. Why Should it be Different
for the Drug Users? Experiences from Argentina*: Mario Pecheny,
CONICET & Univ/Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Sobre los significados de ser hombre y las actitudes coercitivas en sexualidad.
Un análisis cualitativo varones adolescentes de sectores medio y bajos del
Area Metropolitana de Buenos Aires: Hernán Manzelli, CENEP,
ARGENTINA
La mirada de los otros. Discursos sobre la diferencia sexual en adolescentes
del interior argentino: Daniel Jones, Univ de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
214 // POL043 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 103
State Reforms and Institutional Performance
Organizer : Ben Ross Schneider, Northwestern University
Chair(s) : Agustin Ferraro, University of Salamanca, SPAIN
Entre el ajuste fiscal y el control político de la burocracia: la reforma
administrativa del estado provincial en Cordoba (Argentina): Martin
Lardone, Inst d'Etudes Politiques de Paris, FRANCE
Political Appointees and Professional Civil Servants in Argentina's Federal
Bureaucracy. Some governance issues: Agustin Ferraro, University of
Salamanca, SPAIN
La reorganización administrativa de Pemex: ¿Hacia una nueva gobierno?
1989-2003: Isabelle Rousseau, Colegio de México, MEXICO
Los federalismos de América Latina: Desempeño comparado: José Ruiz
Valerio, ITESM, MEXICO
State Interventionism and Financial Deregulation: The Political Development
of the Mexican Baking Sector: Irma Sandoval-Ballesteros, Univ of
California/Santa Cruz, MEXICO
Paraguay: The Failures of Institutional Reform: Brian Turner, RandolphMacon College
215 // REC019 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 114
Latin American Journal Editors' Reception
Sponsor : Latin American Research Review (LARR); Journal of Latin
American Studies (JLAS); Bulletin of Latin American Studies (BLAR);
Latin American Politics and Society (LAPS); Hispanic American Historical
Review (HAHR); Revista Estudios Feministas.
Organizer : Peter Ward, University of Texas
216 // REC021 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale
Pavilion 6
Reception for Friends of the Consortium in Latin American Studies at the
University of Chapel Hill and Duke University
Sponsor : Univ of N Carolina/Chapel Hill & Duke University
Organizer : Natalie Hartman, Duke University
217 // ROR005 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Monaco Tower 16
Contemporary Challenges to Catholicism in Latin America
Organizer : Frances Hagopian, University of Notre Dame
Chair(s) : Frances Hagopian, University of Notre Dame
Caught between Shepherd, Sheep and Wolves: Assessing the Preaching Tenor
of Chilean Catholic Clergy: William Lies, University of Notre Dame
LASA2004 - 26
THURSDAY / 5:15 pm – 7:00 pm
Institutional Church Politics in Latin America: Luiz Alberto Gomez de Souza,
Ctro de Est Relig e Inv Sociais, BRAZIL
¿América Latina ya no es católica? (Cambios culturales, transformación del
campo religioso y debilitamiento de la Iglesia): Cristián Parker Gumucio,
Universidad de Santiago, CHILE
La diversidad de la sociedad civil católica: un desafío para la iglesia:
Catalina Romero, Pontificia Univ Católica del Perú, PERU
Abortion, the Family, and the Church in Latin America: Historical
Perspectives on Current Controversies: Mala Htun, New School for Social
Research
Discussant(s) : Daniel Levine, University of Michigan
218 // SEC004 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Grande Ballroom E
Vozes Literárias na Marginália Brasileira
Sponsor : Brazil Section
Organizer : Sonia Roncador, Univ of Texas/Austin
Chair(s) : Sonia Roncador, Univ of Texas/Austin
Marginália no feminino (notas sobre testemundo e gênero sexual): Sonia
Roncador, Univ of Texas/Austin
Diários de detentos: relatos, cartas e Raps: Emanuelle Oliveira, Vanderbilt
University
Bordellos and Business Women: Emy Cezarino and Brazilian Cultural
Identity: Susan Quinlan, University of Georgia
Violência, encarceramento, (In)justiça: memórias de histórias reais das
prisões paulistas: Marcio Seligmann-Silva, UNICAMP, BRAZIL
Discussant(s) : Emanuelle Oliveira, Vanderbilt University
219 // SEC011 Workshop Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Grande Ballroom G
Producing and Theorizing Knowledge about and amid Violence in
Colombia
Sponsor : Colombia Section
Organizer : Kiran Asher, Clark University
Chair(s) : Kiran Asher, Clark University
Participants: Mary Roldán, Cornell University; Libia Grueso, Proceso de
Comunidades Negras; Maria Clemencia Ramírez Lemus, Colombian Inst of
Anth & History; Jane Rausch, University of Massachussets/Amherst
220 // SEC020 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 1
Hegemonía cultural en América Latina parte II
Sponsor : Culture, Power and Politics Section
Organizer : Ana Wortman, Univ de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Volviendo del destierro: el discurso de la izquierda suramericana en la
construcción de una nueva hegemonía: Jorge Lazo Cividanes, CANADA
Rituales, retóricas y escenas del neoliberalismo: Mirta Alejandra Antonelli,
Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, ARGENTINA
Modelo actual de política cultural en México: persistencia de la
fragmentación y la participación desigual: Cecilia Cervantes Barba,
ITESO, MEXICO
Discussant(s) : George Yudice, New York University
221 // SEC022 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Grande Ballroom F
Evaluating Decentralization: Latin America's Experience
Sponsor : Decentralization Section
Organizer : Maria Escobar-Lemmon, Texas A&M Univ
Chair(s) : Tulia Falleti, Univ of Pennsylvania
Descentralização, políticas públicas e processo decisório Local: Maria Teresa
Miceli Kerbauy, UNESP / Campus de Araraquara – SP, BRAZIL
Federalismo y unitarismo: semejanzas y diferencias entre los procesos de
descentralizacion de Venezuela y Peru: Carlos Mascareño Quintana, Univ
Central de Venezuela CENDES, VENEZUELA
Decentralization as a Multi-Stage Process: Evidence from Argentina and
Mexico: Tulia Falleti, Univ of Pennsylvania
Democratic Theory and Decentralization: Tonya Giannoni, George
Washington Univ
Fiscal Performance of Local Government in Mexico under Decentralization:
A Political Explanation: Carlos Moreno, Univ of Texas/Austin
The Effect of Decentralization on Poverty Alleviation: A Latin American
Analysis: Claudia Avellaneda, Texas A&M Univ
Discussant(s) : Alfred Montero, Carleton College
Organizer : Won-Ho Kim, Korea Inst for Int'l Economic Pol, KOREA
Chair(s) : Geneviève Marchini, Univ of Guadalajara, MEXICO
Arreglos financieros regionales y economías emergentes de Asia y América
Latina: Geneviève Marchini, Univ of Guadalajara, MEXICO
Human Security in Asia and Latin America: Keiichi Tsunekawa, University of
Tokyo, JAPAN
Progress of the FTAA and Implications for East Asia: Antoni Estevaordal,
IADB
223 // SEC054 Workshop Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 206
Teoría de sistemas, significados discretos y teoría literaria: un debate en
torno a los estudios macro en América Latina
Sponsor : Southern Cone Section
Organizer : Silvia Kurlat Ares, Johns Hopkins University
Chair(s) : Silvia Kurlat Ares, Johns Hopkins University
Participants: Carlos Lopez, Marshall University; Gustavo Verdesio, Univ of
Michigan/Ann Arbor; Jon Beasley-Murray, University of Manchester
Discussant(s) : Sara Poggio, Univ of Maryland/Baltimore
224 // SJU006 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 204
Globalization and Social Justice in Chile: Perspectives on Identity,
Economy and Culture
Organizer : Rebecca Hovey, School for International Training
Chair(s) : Skye Stephenson, School for International Training
El Tratado De Libre Comercio Chile-Estados Unidos: ¿Plataforma de
crecimiento o camino a la subordinación?: José Cademartori, Inst de
Ciencias A. Lipschutz, CHILE
Chile, jaguar y país de los cien pesos: de la apatia a la acción social: Rene
Leal Hurtado, School for International Training, CHILE
Chilean Political Diaspora: Thomas Wright, University of Nevada/Las
Vegas, Rody Oñate, PNUMA, MEXICO
Identity, Knowledge and the Globalizing University: Rebecca Hovey, School
for International Training
Discussant(s) : Lois Oppenheim, University of Judaism
225 // SMO006 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 212
Acción colectiva en América Latina: redes, ONGs y protestas.
Organizer : Alicia Lissidini, Univ Nacional de San Martín, ARGENTINA
Chair(s) : Alicia Lissidini, Univ Nacional de San Martín, ARGENTINA
Bridging Borders for Solidarity: The Cross-Border Strategies of Maquiladora
Workers: Robert Huesca, Trinity University
Growth, Decay and Change: Organizations in the Contemporary Women's
Movement in Buenos Aires, Argentina: Elizabeth Borland, University of
Arizona
América Latina: entre la desilusión y la rebeldía. ¿Es la democracia directa
una solución?: Alicia Lissidini, Univ Nacional de San Martín,
ARGENTINA
¿Hacia una Sociedad Civil Globalizada? Las Redes Internacionales de Acción
No Gubernamental en América Latina: Carlos Ochsenius, Univ de Santiago
de Chile, CHILE, Gonzalo De la Maza, CHILE
Movimientos sociales en la Argentina: ¿reconstrucción de la sociedad civil?:
Graciela Di Marco, Univ Nacional de San Martín, ARGENTINA
Cycles, Thresholds and Civil Society Networks: Historical Tendencies and
Contemporary Patterns?: Patricio Korzeniewicz, Univ of Maryland,
Esperanza Casullo, Georgetown University
Politics and Fronteras: NGO-Governmental Relations in Pursuit of Women’s
Rights in Argentina and Chile: Gwyndolyn Weathers, Univ of
Maryland/College Park
Discussant(s) : Marcelo Cavarozzi, USAM, ARGENTINA
222 // SEC039 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 5
New Comparative Perspectives on Latin America and East Asia
Sponsor : Latin American & Pacific Rim Section
LASA2004 - 27
THURSDAY / 7:15 pm
Sponsor : Labor Studies Section
Organizer : Joel Stillerman, Grand Valley State University
Thursday 7:15 pm
226 // MTG001 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri 113
Brazil Section Business Meeting
Sponsor : Brazil Section
Organizer : Kenneth Serbin, University of San Diego
227 // MTG002 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri 106
Business and Politics Section Business Meeting
Sponsor : Business & Politics Section
Organizer : Patrick Cronin, Thunderbird Grad School
228 // MTG003 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Royale
Pavilion 8
Central American Section Business Meeting
Sponsor : Central America Section
Organizer : Beatriz Cortez, California State Univ/Northridge
229 // MTG004 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri 103
Colombia Section Business Meeting
Sponsor : Colombia Section
Organizer : Luis Fernando Restrepo, University of Arkansas
230 // MTG005 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri 112
Culture, Power and Politics Section Business Meeting
Sponsor : Culture, Power and Politics Section
Organizer : Claudia Costa, UFSC, BRAZIL
231 // MTG006 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri 111
Decentralization Section Business Meeting
Sponsor : Decentralization Section
Organizer : Maria Escobar-Lemmon, Texas A&M Univ
232 // MTG007 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Royale
Skybox 205
Defense and Democracy Section Business Meeting
Sponsor : Defense and Democracy Section
Organizer : John Fitch, Univ of Colorado/Boulder
239 // MTG014 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Royale
Skybox 210
LAMA Section Business Meeting
Sponsor : LAMA Section
Organizer : James Bass
240 // MTG015 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Royale
Skybox 212
Latin America and Pacific Rim Section Business Meeting
Sponsor : Latin America and Pacific Rim Section
Organizer : Won-Ho Kim, Korea Inst for Int'l Economic Pol, KOREA
241 // MTG016 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Grande
Ballroom H
Latino Studies Business Meeting
Sponsor : Latino Studies Section
Organizer : Ginetta Candelario, Smith College
242 // MTG017 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri 116
Law and Society in Latin America Section Business Meeting
Sponsor : Law and Society in Latin America Section
Organizer : Victor Uribe, Florida Int'l Univ
243 // MTG018 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Grande
Ballroom E
Lesbian and Gay Studies Section Business Meeting
Sponsor : Lesbian and Gay Studies Section
Organizer : Lawrence LaFountain-Stokes, University of Michigan/Ann Arbor
244 // MTG019 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri 109
Paraguayan Studies Section Business Meeting
Sponsor : Paraguayan Studies Section
Organizer : Tracy Lewis, SUNY/Oswego
245 // MTG020 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri 114
Political Institutions Section Business Meeting
Sponsor : Political Institutions Section
Organizer : David Samuels, University of Minnesota
233 // MTG008 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Royale
Skybox 207
Educación y políticas educativas Section Business Meeting
Sponsor : Educación y Politicas Educativas Section
Organizer : Christopher Martin, The Ford Foundation, MEXICO
246 // MTG021 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri 105
Rural Studies Section Business Meeting
Sponsor : Rural Studies Section
Organizer : Mónica Bendini, Univ Nac del Comohue, ARGENTINA
234 // MTG009 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri 108
Europe and Latin America Section Business Meeting
Sponsor : Europe and Latin America Section
Organizer : Laurence Whitehead, Nuffield College/Oxford, UNITED
KINGDOM
247 // MTG022 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Royale
Skybox 211
Scholarly Research and Resources Section Business Meeting
Sponsor : Scholarly Research and Resources Section
Organizer : Pamela Graham, Columbia University
235 // MTG010 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri 107
Film Studies Section Business Meeting
Sponsor : Film Studies Section
Organizer : Claudia Ferman, University of Richmond
248 // MTG023 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri 115
Social Studies of Medicine Section Business Meeting
Sponsor : Social Studies of Medicine Section
Organizer : Charles Briggs, Univ of California/San Diego
236 // MTG011 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri 110
Gender and Feminist Studies Section Business Meeting
Sponsor : Gender and Feminist Studies Section
Organizer : Matthew Gutmann, Brown University/CIESAS-Istmo
249 // MTG024 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Royale
Skybox 209
Southern Cone Section Business Meeting
Sponsor : Southern Cone Section
Organizer : Silvia Kurlat Ares, Johns Hopkins University
237 // MTG012 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Royale
Skybox 208
Haiti and Dominican Republic Section Business Meeting
Sponsor : Haiti and Dominican Republic Section
Organizer : Henry (Chip) Carey, Georgia State Univ
250 // MTG025 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri
104
Venezuelan Studies Section Business Meeting
Sponsor : Venezuelan Studies Section
Organizer : Leonardo Ledezma, Texas A&M University/Commerce
238 // MTG013 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Grande
Ballroom F
Labor Studies Section Business Meeting
LASA2004 - 28
THURSDAY / 7:15 pm
251 // MTG026 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Royale
Pavilion 4
Ecuadorian Studies Section Business Meeting
Sponsor : Ecuadorian Studies Section
Organizer : Ximena Sosa-Buchholz
252 // MTG027 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Royale
Pavilion 3
Peru Section Business Meeting
Sponsor : Peru Section
Organizer : Gregory Schmidt, Northern Illinois University
253 // MTG028 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Royale
Pavilion 5
Cuba Section Business Meeting
Sponsor : Cuba Section
Organizer : Michael Erisman, Indiana State University
254 // REC014 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 7:15 pm Royale
Pavilion 2
PCCLAS Reception
Sponsor : Pacific Coast Council on Latin American Studies
Organizer : Juan Gomez-Quinones, Univ of California/Los Angeles
255 // REC015 Reception (sponsored) Thursday 7:15 pm Royale
Skybox 206
Education for Peace: SIT Honors Cuban-US Academic Exchanges
Sponsor : School for International Training
Organizer : Rebecca Hovey, School for International Training
256 // REC016 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 7:15 pm Royale
Pavilion 7
Friends & Alumni of Tulane's Stone Center for Latin American Studies
Reception
Sponsor : Stone Ctr for Latin America Studies/Tulane Univ
Organizer : Valerie McGinley Marshall, CLASP
257 // REC018 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 7:15 pm Royale
Pavilion 1
Reception for Friends and Alumni of the Teresa Lozano Long Institute
for Latin American Studies
Sponsor : Teresa Lozano Long Institute for Lat Amer Studies
Organizer : Nicolas Shumway, University of Texas/Austin
717 // MTG056 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Royale
Pavillion 6
Ethnicity and Indigenous Peoples Business Meeting
Sponsor: Ethnicity and Indigenous Peoples Section
Organizer: León Zamosc
LASA2004 - 29
THURSDAY / 8:30 pm
Thursday 8:30 pm
258 // MTG029 non-LASA Board/Committee Meeting Thursday 8:30
pm Capri 101
Guatemala Scholars Network Business Meeting
Sponsor : Guatemala Scholars Network
Organizer : Susan Berger, Fordham University
259 // REC000 Reception (sponsored) Thursday 8:30 pm Royale
Pavilion 5
Cuba Section Reception
Sponsor : Cuba Section
Organizer : Michael Erisman, Indiana State University
270 // REC011 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 8:30 pm Royale Skybox
211
Scholarly Research & Resources Section Reception
Sponsor : Scholarly Research & Resources Section
Organizer : Pamela Graham, Columbia University
271 // REC012 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 8:30 pm Royale
Pavilion 3
Ecuadorian Studies and Peru Sections Joint Reception
Sponsor : Ecuadorian Studies and Peru Sections
Organizer : Ximena Sosa-Buchholz
260 // REC001 Reception (sponsored) Thursday 8:30 pm Capri 113
Brazil Section Reception
Sponsor : Brazil Section
Organizer : Kenneth Serbin, University of San Diego
272 // REC017 Reception (sponsored) Thursday 8:30 pm Royale
Pavilion 4
Reception for Faculty, Students, Alumni and Friends of the Center for
Latin American Studies, UC Berkeley
Sponsor : Ctr for Latin American Studies UC/Berkeley
Organizer : Harley Shaiken, Univ of California/Berkeley
261 // REC002 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 8:30 pm Royale
Pavilion 8
Central America Section Reception
Sponsor : Central America Section
Organizer : Beatriz Cortez, California State Univ/Northridge
273 // REC020 Reception (sponsored) Thursday 8:30 pm Royale
Pavilion 5
Foreign Affairs en Español Reception
Sponsor : Foreign Affairs en Español
Organizer : Rossana Fuentes Berain, Foreign Affairs en Español, MEXICO
262 // REC003 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 8:30 pm Capri 103
Colombia Section Reception
Sponsor : Colombia Section
Organizer : Luis Fernando Restrepo, University of Arkansas
274 // REC022 Reception (sponsored) Thursday 8:30 pm Capri 110
Gender and Feminist Studies Section Reception
Sponsor : Gender and Feminist Studies Section
Organizer : Matthew Gutmann, Brown University/CIESAS-Istmo
263 // REC004 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 8:30 pm Capri 112
Culture, Power and Politics Section Reception
Sponsor : Culture, Power and Politics Section
Organizer : Claudia Costa, UFSC, BRAZIL
264 // REC005 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 8:30 pm Royale Skybox
208
Haiti and Dominican Republic Section Reception
Sponsor : Haiti and Dominican Republic Section
Organizer : Henry (Chip) Carey, Georgia State Univ
265 // REC006 Reception (sponsored) Thursday 8:30 pm Grande
Ballroom F
Labor Studies Section Reception
Sponsor : Labor Studies Section
Organizer : Joel Stillerman, Grand Valley State University
266 // REC007 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 8:30 pm Royale Skybox
210
LAMA Section Reception
Sponsor : LAMA Section
Organizer : James Bass
267 // REC008 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 8:30 pm Grande
Ballroom H
Latino Studies Reception
Sponsor : Latino Studies Section
Organizer : Ginetta Candelario, Smith College
268 // REC009 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 8:30 pm Royale Skybox
204
Law and Society in Latin America Section Reception
Sponsor : Law and Society in Latin America Section
Organizer : Victor Uribe, Florida Int'l Univ
269 // REC010 Reception (sponsored) Thursday 8:30 pm Grande
Ballroom E
Lesbian and Gay Studies Section Reception
Sponsor : Lesbian and Gay Studies Section
Organizer : Lawrence LaFountain-Stokes, University of Michigan/Ann Arbor
LASA2004 - 30
FRIDAY / 8:00 am - 9:45 am
Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am
275 // AGR008 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 202
The Brazilian Countryside I: Social Mobilization and Citizenship
Organizer : Wendy Wolford, Univ of North Carolina/Chapel Hill
Chair(s) : Steven Helfand, Univ of California/Riverside
The Tough Touch: The MST's Contribution to Democracy in Brazil: Miguel
Carter, University of Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM
Assessing the Cardoso Land Reform: Gabriel Ondetti, College of William and
Mary
The Politics of Poverty, Citizenship and Sugarcane Production in Northeast
Brazil: Wendy Wolford, Univ of North Carolina/Chapel Hill
Land Reform, Resource Extraction, and the Formation of Citizenship in Para:
Angus Wright, Univ of California/Sacramento
Discussant(s) : Timothy Wickham-Crowley, Georgetown University
276 // AGR016 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 203
Mercado, políticas agrícolas y pequeños productores en un contexto de
globalización económica
Organizer : Steven Zahniser, USDA Economic Research Service
Chair(s) : Steven Zahniser, USDA Economic Research Service
To the Market or the Milpa? Livelihood Strategies and the Impact of Market
Integration upon Subsistence-oriented Agricultural Practices in the
Guatemalan Highlands: Ryan Isakson, Univ of Massachusetts/Amherst
Poder e governança nos marcos da regulação ambiental em áreas rurais:
Rodrigo Martins, Univ de São Paulo, BRAZIL
Landraces Crops in Retail Markets: J Abbott, Central Washington University
Mexican and Cuban Agricultural Policies: Political Implications for Small
Producers: Kathy Powell, National Univ of Ireland/Galway, IRELAND
Emerging Trends in U.S.-Mexico Corn Trade: Steven Zahniser, USDA
Economic Research Service, William Coyle, USDA Economic Research
Service
Factores y estrategias de competitividad entre los pequeños horticultores del
altiplano mexicano: Gladys Rivera Herrejon, Univ Autónoma de México,
MEXICO
277 // ART008 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 116
Identidad musical y nacionalismo cultural en Colombia (y sitios afines)
Organizer : Héctor Fernández L'Hoeste, Georgia State University
Chair(s) : Héctor Fernández L'Hoeste, Georgia State University
Del vallenato propio y ajeno: hacia una reconfiguración del imaginario
colombiano y mexicano: Héctor Fernández L'Hoeste, Georgia State
University
J (íbaros) &V (allenatos) Mix: Un experimento puertorriqueño y colombiano
en la interacción socio-musical: Jorge Arévalo Mateus
Discursos Andinos: La poética y políticas de un festival musical colombiano:
Melissa Morales, UCLA
Música, violencia, ¿identidad?: Ana María Ochoa, Columbia University
278 // CIT014 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 111
Urban Landscapes, Redevelopment, and Inequality
Organizer : Julie Murphy Erfani, Arizona State University
Chair(s) : Julie Murphy Erfani, Arizona State University
Blur in Buenos Aires: Neoliberal Landscapes of Restructuring,
Redevelopment, and Reappropriation: Ryan Centner, Univ of
California/Berkeley
"Cache" y "Cac(h)erios": Space, Class, and Race in Puerto Rican
Neighborhoods: Zaire Dinzey Flores, University of Michigan
Lugares na metrópole: mercado e reciprocidade na produção da segregação
urbana: Luciana Lago, IPPUR/UFRJ, BRAZIL
Borderline Security / Everyday Life in Militarized Places: Mexico City, São
Paulo, and the Arizona-Sonora Borderlands: Julie Murphy Erfani, Arizona
State University
Entre McDonald’s y el mercado popular: La Paz, Lima y Quito: K. Fabiola
Fernández Salek, Chicago State University
Vulture City: In Search of a Safer City for Women in Ciudad Juárez: Maria
Teresa Vázquez-Castillo, UCLA
279 // CUL003 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 110
The Left, Humanism, and the Politics of Institution Building
Organizer : Robert Conn, Wesleyan University
Chair(s) : Robert Conn, Wesleyan University
Venezuela in the United States: The Case of Bolívar and Waldo Frank: Robert
Conn, Wesleyan University
Premature Anti-Fascists and Other Good Neighbors: Hispanophile
Institutions and Intellectuals in America, 1930-1950: Sebastian Faber,
Oberlin College
The Spanish Civil War and the Place of Latin America in US Hispanism
(1936-1945): James Fernandez, New York University
Contribución al estudio de las relaciones entre la cultura de imprenta y la
construcción de la nación en la Argentina entre el fin del siglo y el
centenario: Roberto Madero, Rowan University
Los textos de la patria: filología y antirradicalismo en la Argentina: Fernando
Degiovanni, Wesleyan University
Intelectuales, instituciones y pensamiento crítico en la Argentina de la década
de 1990: Roxana Patiño, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, ARGENTINA
Discussant(s) : James Fernandez, New York University
280 // CUL024 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 1
Crossing Lines: Interstitial Spaces in Caribbean Experiences and
Expressions
Organizer : Shelly Jarrett Bromberg, Miami University/Hamilton
Chair(s) : Anny Dominique Curtius, University of Iowa
Negritude and Rastafari: Traveling Cultural Phenomena in a Rhizomic
Dialectic: Anny Dominique Curtius, University of Iowa
Leaving Home: Reconstructing Identity in the Wake of Trujillo from Julia
Alvarez to Pedro Vergés: Shelly Jarrett Bromberg, Miami
University/Hamilton
The Haiti-New Orleans Vodou Connection: Zora Neale Hurston as Intiate
Observer: Richard Turner, University of iowa
Creación y procreación: Rosario Castellanos, Márgara Russotto, y Gioconda
Belli: Maria Auxiliadora Alvarez, Miami University
Discussant(s) : Shelly Jarrett Bromberg, Miami University/Hamilton
281 // CUL025 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 101
Independent Cinema and Popular Culture. Argentina in the 90's
Organizer : Horacio Legras, Georgetown University
Chair(s) : Gabriela Copertari, Case Western Reserve Univ
Nueve Reinas: ese oscuro día de simulación y justicia: Gabriela Copertari,
Case Western Reserve Univ
Nostalgias imperiales y la guerra del Atlántico Sur: Claudia Soria, University
of Southern California
Cine argentino: hermeneúticas del naufragio: Mario Cesareo, Vassar College
Ocultamiento de la salida, los cuerpos, los objetos: violencias en el cine
argentino reciente: Laura Martins, Louisiana State University, Christian
Gundermann, Mount Holyoke College
Mercano el marciano. Comics, ciencia ficción y crítica social: Alejandro
Manara, ARGENTINA
282 // CUL040 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 109
Sobre cultura popular
Organizer : Reynaldo Jiménez, University of Florida
Chair(s) : Reynaldo Jiménez, University of Florida
Replicating Authenticity, Authenticating Replicas: A Case Study of PreHispanic Replica Vending at Monte Albán: Ronda Brulotte, University of
Texas/Austin
Popular Culture, Popular Education, and Democracy in El Salvador: Ian
Davies, Edgewood College
Baião de Viramundo: Interpolations of Popular Culture in a Global Economy:
Jack Draper, Duke University
Cultural Transformation and Affirmation in Mexican Social Movements:
Tepoztlán and Atenco: John Stolle-McAllister, UMBC
283 // DEM003 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 113
Resistencia popular y cambio político en América Latina
Organizer : Margarita López-Maya, CENDES Univ Central de Venezuela,
VENEZUELA
Chair(s) : Carlos Vilas, IADE, ARGENTINA
Novedades y continuidades de la protesta popular en Venezuela: Margarita
López-Maya, CENDES Univ Central de Venezuela, VENEZUELA, Luis
Lander, Univ Central de Venezuela, VENEZUELA
Más allá de la Selva Lacandona. El caso de San Miguel Atenco en México:
Luisa Ortiz-Pérez, Universidad del Rosario, COLOMBIA
Protesta popular y cooptación de masas en Guatemala: Carlos Figueroalbarra, Universidad de Puebla, MEXICO
LASA2004 - 31
FRIDAY / 8:00 am - 9:45 am
Where Have All the Guerrillas Gone: A Study of the Transition from Guerrilla
Party to Political Party in Central America: Michael Allison, Florida State
Univeristy
Where Have all the Guerrillas Gone? Democratization and Guerrilla
Movements in Latin America: Rebecca Aubrey, University of Connecticut
Protest and Democracy: An Analysis of Recent Latin American Experience:
Christina Schatzman, University of New Mexico
Discussant(s) : Carlos Vilas, IADE, ARGENTINA
284 // DEM008 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 105
Civic Influences Shaping Democracy in Latin America
Organizer : Sharon Lean, University of California/Irvine
Chair(s) : Sharon Lean, University of California/Irvine
Empoderando excluídos: seriam as ONGs os partidos políticos dos
excluídos?: Céli Pinto, Univ Fed do Rio Grande do Sul, BRAZIL
Political Institutions and Civil Society in Mexico: S. Ilgu Ozler, SUNY/ New
Paltz
NGOs, Democracy and Development Aid in Latin America: Carew Boulding,
Univ of California/San Diego
Regional NGOs and Governance: Assessing New Power Arrangements After
Peru's Decentralization Reforms: Stephanie McNulty, The George
Washington University
La participación ciudadana en el Desarrollo Humano Sostenible en Costa
Rica: Mairim Carmona Pineda, Inst Tecnológico de Costa Rica, COSTA
RICA
Embedded in Global Governance: The Indigenous Rights Movement of
Ecuador and its Impacts on Democratization: Pamela Martin, Coastal
Carolina University
Achieving Accountability from the Bottom-Up and the Top-down: Are Social
Movement Strategies Affecting the Shape of Democratic Consolidation in
Argentina?: Alix VanSickle, University of California/Irvine
Discussant(s) : Philip Oxhorn, McGill University, CANADA, Heather
Williams, Pomona College
285 // DEM020 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 103
Electoral Investment and Voting Behavior in Latin America
Organizer : Kenneth Greene, University of Texas/Austin
Chair(s) : Kenneth Greene, University of Texas/Austin
The Governor’s Backyard: Local Legislatures and Electoral Reform in
Argentina: Ernesto Calvo, University of Houston
How to Win a Mexican Election (Legally): Kenneth Greene, University of
Texas/Austin, Joseph Klesner, Kenyon College, Chappell Lawson, MIT
Patronage and Clientelism in Argentina: Susan Stokes, University of Chicago,
Valeria Brusco, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, ARGENTINA, Marcelo
Nazareno, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, ARGENTINA
A Portfolio Diversification Model of Electoral Investment: Beatriz Magaloni,
Stanford University, Alberto Diaz-Cayeros, Stanford University, Frederico
Estevez, Inst Tecnológico Autó de México, MEXICO
Political Discussion and Preference Change in Brazil’s 2002 Elections: Barry
Ames, University of Pittsburgh, Andy Baker, University of Houston, Lucio
Renno, University of Pittsburgh
Discussant(s) : John Carey, Dartmouth College
286 // DEM021 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Top of the Riviera South
Governing Latin America: Comparative Approaches to Understanding
Democratic Performance
Organizer : Neil Harvey, New Mexico State University
Chair(s) : Joseph Foweraker, University of Essex, UNITED KINGDOM
Hipótesis para una periodización de la justicia en América Latina: Juan
Palacio, Universidad de San Martín, ARGENTINA
The Uneven Performance of Latin American Democracies: Joseph Foweraker,
University of Essex, UNITED KINGDOM
Development, Democracy and Human Rights in Latin America: Todd
Landman, University of Essex, UNITED KINGDOM
Indigenous Rights, Multiculturalism and Democracy in Latin America: Neil
Harvey, New Mexico State University
Party Change in Chile in Comparative Perspective: Alan Angell, University
of Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM
Discussant(s) : Peter Smith, Univ of California/San Diego
287 // DEM030 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Top of the Riviera North
Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution
Organizer : Trudie Coker, Florida Atlantic University
Chair(s) : Trudie Coker, Florida Atlantic University
Cultura política y democracia en Venezuela: Emilia Bermudez,
VENEZUELA
The Militarization of Venezuelan Politics Under Hugo Chávez's Government
1999-2003: Barbra Bastidas
El empresariado venezolano: ¿del semi-corporativismo al corporativismo
estatal?: Nelly Margarita Arenas Acosta, VENEZUELA
Globalization and Defining Democracy in Venezuela: Trudie Coker, Florida
Atlantic University
The Multiples Faces of Venezuelan Civil Society: Politization and its Impact
on Democratization: Ana Mallen
Organizing Civil Society in Venezuela: A Study of the Círculos Bolivarianos:
Jason Seawright, University of California/Berkeley, Kirk Hawkins,
Brigham Young University
288 // DEM035 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 114
The Millitary in Politics: Old and New Roles
Organizer : Astrid Arraras, Florida International University
Chair(s) : Astrid Arraras, Florida International University
Who Decides? Congress and the Military in Brazilian Post- Democratic
Transition: Maria Helena Castro Santos, Inst Ciência Política Rel Int'l,
BRAZIL
Measuring Latin American Coups: Beyond the Military ‘Classic’: Jacque
Amoureux, University of Iowa, Michael Lewis-Beck, University of Iowa
Los nuevos golpes de estado: Astrid Arraras, Florida International University,
Grace Ivana Deheza, Florida International University
Roles, identidades y democracia: ¿el nuevo Ejército Argentino?: Alejandra
Navarro, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
A educação como variável estratégica: Suzeley Mathias, UNESP, BRAZIL,
Héctor Luis Saint-Pierre, GEDES-UNESP, BRAZIL
289 // ECO002 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 205
Competitive Advantage in the Cuban Tourism Industry
Sponsor : Carleton & Harvard Universities
Organizer : Hilary Becker, Carleton University, CANADA
Chair(s) : Hilary Becker, Carleton University, CANADA
The Cuban Tourist Sector. Myths and Realities: Carlos Batista
La comercializacion del destino turístico Cuba: logros y retos: Luis Barreiro
Pousa, CUBA
Las condiciones nacionales para la ventaja competitiva del turismo en Cuba:
Ileana Diaz, Universidad de la Habana, CUBA
El papel del turismo en el proceso de reestructuración del sector industrial:
Hiram Marquetti Nodarse, Universidad de la Habana, CUBA
Tourism Development and the Cuban Economy: Orlando Gutierrez Castillo,
Universidad de la Habana, CUBA
Discussant(s) : Lorena Barberia, David Rockefeller Center
290 // EDU003 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 212
La educación secundaria de jóvenes y adultos en América Latina:
escenarios complejos y fragmentados
Sponsor : CONICET FLASCO U/Buenos Aires
Organizer : Graciela Riquelme, CONICET, ARGENTINA
Chair(s) : Graciela Riquelme, CONICET, ARGENTINA
La educación secundaria en Argentina después de “cambios de estructura y
reformas”: homogeneidad excluyente y riesgos de la diversidad: Graciela
Riquelme, CONICET, ARGENTINA
Educación de jóvenes y adultos en Brasil en el contexto del gobierno de Lula:
Sergio Haddad, Universidade Católica de São Paulo, BRAZIL
Usando el espíritu crítico: aspectos institucionales, curriculares y culturales
de la educación media uruguaya en la perspectiva de sus estudiantes: Nilia
Viscardi, Universidad de República, URUGUAY, Adriana Marrero, Univ
de la República, URUGUAY
La construcción de trayectorias laborales entre los jóvenes egresados de la
escuela secundaria: Ana Miranda, FLACSO, ARGENTINA, Analia Otero,
FLACSO, ARGENTINA
El desafío de la educación media de adultos como segunda chance educativa
en los sectores populares: Sandra Llosa, Universidad de Buenos Aires,
ARGENTINA, María Teresa Sirvent, Universidad de Buenos Aires,
ARGENTINA, Claudia Lomagno, Universidad de Buenos Aires,
ARGENTINA
Las demandas educativas de la población trabajadora frente a la
fragmentación de los sistemas de educación y formación para el trabajo:
Natalia Herger, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
LASA2004 - 32
FRIDAY / 8:00 am - 9:45 am
Educación para la inclusión jóvenes y adultos en América Latina : una
evaluación de experiencias con perspectiva de género: Celita Eccher,
ICAE, URUGUAY
Discussant(s) : María Teresa Sirvent, Universidad de Buenos Aires,
ARGENTINA, María De Ibarrola, MEXICO
291 // GEN010 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Grande Ballroom F
Conformities and Transgressions: Crossing Boundaries of Race and
Gender in Pre-Abolition Brazil
Organizer : Katherine Holt, Princeton University
Chair(s) : Júnia Ferreira Furtado, BRAZIL
Chica da Silva (c. 1731-1796): Júnia Ferreira Furtado, BRAZIL
Invisible Matriarchs: Black Female Headed Households in 19th Century
Bahia: Katherine Holt, Princeton University
Economics and Gender in the Rosary Brotherhoods of Colonial Minas Gerais:
Elizabeth Kiddy, Albright College
Cora: lições de comportamento feminino na Bahia do século: Adriana Dantas
Reis Alves, Univ Estadual de Feira de Santana, BRAZIL
292 // GEN024 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 6
Elisions and Recuperations: The Representational Politics of Latinas in
the U.S. Media
Organizer : Isabel Molina, University of Illinois/Urbana
Chair(s) : Isabel Molina, University of Illinois/Urbana
Are Latinas “Feminists”?: A Critical Look at Latina Feminist Thought and
Practice: Elizabeth Garcia, Hunter College
"At First They Didn't Realize I Was American": Why American Soldiers Are
Not Latina: Lisa Cacho, Univ of Illinois/Urbana Champaign
Transgender Vanishing: Politics of Invisible Violence against Queer-EthnicOther in Mainsteam Media: Celiany Rivera-Velázquez, Univ of
Illinois/Urbana Champaign
Curves Are Definitely in: The Commodification of the Latina Body: Jillian
Baez, Univ of Illinois/Urbana Champaign
Intersecting Borders of Afro-ness and Puerto Ricanness in the US Media:
Maritza Quinones-Rivera, Univ of Illinois/Urbana Champaign
Documenting the Undocumented: The Production of Documentaries, a Latina
Perspective: Maria Isabel Silva, Univ of Illinois/Urbana Champaign
Discussant(s) : Isabel Molina, University of Illinois/Urbana
293 // GEN030 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 17
Bumpy Roads (Baches en los Caminos) toward Democratization and
Gender Equality in Mexico and Chile
Organizer : Linda Stevenson, West Chester University
Chair(s) : Linda Stevenson, West Chester University
Gender Policy Actors and Actions in Mexico: Linda Stevenson, West Chester
University
Violencia y orden social: el feminicidio en Ciudad Juárez: Ligia Tavera,
FLACSO- Mexico, MEXICO
Democracy as an Iron Cage? Feminist Politics in Post-Transition Chile:
Marcela Rios Tobar, University of Wisconsin
Discussant(s) : Maria Luisa Tarrés, El Colegio de México, MEXICO
294 // HIS001 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 104
Violence, Violation, Vilification in Atlantic Exchanges
Organizer : Marta Bermudez, Hofstra University
Chair(s) : Marta Bermudez, Hofstra University
Reality and the Representation of Violence: Testimonies del horror: The
Spanish Civil War, the Holocaust, and Argentina's 'Dirty War.' Some
Theoretical Appreciations: Marta Bermudez, Hofstra University
The Violence of the Letter?: Mignolo, Canizares-Esguerra and the Question of
Literacy as Colonization: David Rojinsky, University of Toronto,
CANADA
'A lei de Lynch': Race, the Law, and Coverage of U.S. Lynching in the
Brazilian Daily Press, 1886-1910: Amy Chazkel, CUNY/Queens
Violent Voyages: From the Gulf of Guinea to the Americas and Back: Benita
Sampedro, Hofstra University
295 // HIS002 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 106
¿Venceremos or Venderemos?: Culture, Empire, and Popular Resistance
in the Americas since 1970
Organizer : Robert Austin, Centro de Estudios y Capacitación Técnico
Pedagógica, Santiago de Chile
Chair(s) : Robert Austin, Centro de Estudios y Capacitación Técnico
Pedagógica, Santiago de Chile
La Escuela de Las Américas: En Pos de Operación Cóndor: Robert Austin,
Centro de Estudios y Capacitación Técnico Pedagógica, Santiago de Chile
Imperialismo cultural vs calidad de la educación: Edith González, Univ de
Matanzas., CUBA, Mirtha Zeida Rodríguez Arregoitia, Universidad de
Matanzas, CUBA
Imperialism and Immigration: The Case of Brazilians in the United States:
Bernadete Beserra, Universidade Federal do Ceará, BRAZIL
Cuba - Overcoming Terrorism: Julie Webb-Pullman, CISLAC, AUSTRALIA
State Banking Services in Costa Rica: A Critical Analysis of Contemporary
Credit Allocation in a Peripheral Economy: Douglas Pacheco, University
of the South Pacific, FIJI
The OWTU’s Struggle Against Global Oil: Graham Holton, La Trobe
University, AUSTRALIA
296 // HIS018 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 112
World War II in the Americas, Domestic and International Concerns in
Latin America
Organizer : John Bratzel, Michigan State Univ
Chair(s) : Daniel Masterson, United States Naval Academy
U.S. Hegemony, Nazi Germany, Military Socialism and the Control of
Strategic Resources (1937-1939): Jayne Spencer, UCLA
Peru during World War II: International Developments and Local Realities:
Daniel Masterson, United States Naval Academy
The US Government Response to the Axis Threat to Latin America: John
Bratzel, Michigan State Univ
The Bolivarian Nations During World War II: Issues and Perspectives:
George Lauderbaugh, Jacksonville State Univ
Chile and World War II: Graeme Mount, Laurentian University, CANADA
Discussant(s) : Thomas Leonard, University of North Florida, David Sheinin,
Trent University, CANADA
297 // HIS025 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 107
El presente del pasado. Debates historiográficos sobre el Caribe.
Organizer : Javier Figueroa, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Chair(s) : Javier Figueroa, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Influencia de la masonería en el pensamiento liberal cubano del siglo XIX:
Yizzet Bermello López, CUBA
Cuba o la caña. La historia como "reproche": Javier Figueroa, Universidad de
Puerto Rico
"Espacios de poder": historia y geografía en la construcción del cuerpo de la
nación: Carlos Altagracia, Univ de Puerto Rico/Arecibo
El gran ausente: breve cartografía sobre las políticas de exclusión de Estados
Unidos en la historiografía puertorriqueña sobre los años 30: Manuel
Rodriguez, Univ de Puerto Rico/Rio Piedras
Pensar el espacio, construir identidades tropicales: reflexiones en torno a la
memoria, el poder y la arquitectura del Caribe: Jorge Lizardi, Polytecnic
Univ of Puerto Rico
Familia Esclava en Cuba: María del Carmen Barcia Zequeira, Universidad de
la Habana, CUBA
Discussant(s) : Carlos Pabón, Univ de Puerto Rico/Rio Piedras
298 // HIS032 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 108
Networks, Entrepreneurs, and Development in Mexico and Argentina
Organizer : Yovanna Pineda, St Michael's College
Chair(s) : Donna Guy, Ohio State University
Between Free Trade and Economic Dictatorship: Economic Liberalism and
Politics in Argentina, 1930-1946: Jorge Nallim, Sarah Lawrence College
The Federalization of Labor Law in Mexico: William Suarez-Potts, Harvard
University
Elites' Effects on Living Standards in Mexico, 1890-1930: Moramay López
Alonso, Ministerio de Hacienda/Mexico, MEXICO
Economic Elites, Regional Cleavages, and the Introduction of the Income Tax
in Argentina: José Antonio Sánchez Román, Ohio State University
Merchant Networks' Investment in Manufacturing Technology: Yovanna
Pineda, St Michael's College
Peddling to Proprietorship: Arabic-Speaking Commercial Networks in
Interior Argentina, 1890-1930: Steven Hyland, Ohio State University
Discussant(s) : Graciela Márquez, Colegio de México, MEXICO
299 // LCN003 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 15
Proyecciones y relaciones de la memoria méxica en la colonia: El caso de
don Hernando de Alvarado Tezozomoc
Organizer : Rocío Cortés, University of Wisconsin/Oshkosh
Chair(s) : María Fernanda Lander, Washington University/St. Louis
LASA2004 - 33
FRIDAY / 8:00 am - 9:45 am
Continuidad y decadencia de la ideología imperial méxica en Hernando de
Alvarado Tezozomoc: Juan José Daneri, Marquette University
Memoria méxica, política y colonia: La "Crónica mexicana" y la "Crónica
mexicayotl" de don Hernando de Alvarado Tezozomoc: Rocío Cortés,
University of Wisconsin/Oshkosh
Discussant(s) : Salvador Velazco, Claremont College
300 // LCO013 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 5
Gilberto Freyre Today
Sponsor : Inst Int de Lit Iberoamericana
Organizer : Joshua Lund, University of Pittsburgh
Chair(s) : Joshua Lund, University of Pittsburgh
Reverberações lusotropicais: Gilberto Freyre em África: Fernando Arenas,
University of Minnesota
Modernidad y mundialización: el tropicalismo freyriano leído desde el
trópico: Jossianna Arroyo, University of Michigan
The Neo-Freyrean Turn: Christopher Dunn, Tulane University
Gilberto Freyre and the "Collapse of Modernization": A Re-consideration:
Neil Larsen, Univ of California/Davis
Discussant(s) : Malcolm McNee, Smith College
301 // LCO042 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 13
Sobre prosa y poesía en la literatura paraguaya actual
Organizer : Teresa Méndez-Faith, Saint Anselm College
Chair(s) : Tracy Lewis, SUNY/Oswego
Madame Lynch: mujer de dos mundos: Sara Karlik, CHILE
El _tata_ (fuego) en versos de dos poetas paraguayos: Tracy Lewis,
SUNY/Oswego
'La vida rima' o la poética de Jacobo A. Rauskin: Carla Fernandes, Univ
Toulouse-le Mirail/GRAL, FRANCE
Guerra contra el cuerpo en el cuento "Deshecho" de la paraguaya Sara
Karlik: Otilia Cortez, SUNY/Oswego
Postboom in Paraguay?: Juan Manuel Marcos, Universidad del
Norte/Asunción, PARAGUAY
Discussant(s) : Teresa Méndez-Faith, Saint Anselm College
302 // LCO047 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 14
Pensar el oficio: ensayo y poesía en Borges, Gelman, Gorostiza y Paz
Organizer : Marcelo Pellegrini, Univ of California/Berkeley
Chair(s) : Samuel Monder, Univ of California/Berkeley
Texto, imagen y cultura en la poesía de Jorge Carrera Andrade (1902-1978):
En busca de una poética visual: Pablo Martínez, Trinity University
Notas sobre "Reducción del infinito" de Ida Vitale: C. Alberto Villanueva,
Univ of Central Florida
Borges y la teoría de la metáfora: Samuel Monder, Univ of
California/Berkeley
José Gorostiza: ensayar la forma: Marcelo Pellegrini, Univ of
California/Berkeley
Oriente y occidente en la ensayística poética y la poesía de Octavio Paz:
Oscar Torres-Duque, University of Iowa
La tradición del silencio. Glosas de Juan Gelman: Nicolás Lucero, University
of Iowa
303 // LCO052 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 7
Travestismos culturales/travestismos coloniales/travestismos identitarios
Organizer : Alberto Sandoval-Sánchez, Mount Holyoke College
Chair(s) : Alberto Sandoval-Sánchez, Mount Holyoke College
Intertextualidad mariconilmente divina: Rosa Mystica, “Loca la de la
locura”, y Sirena Selena Vestida de pena: Alberto Sandoval-Sánchez,
Mount Holyoke College
Daniel Santos o el macho travestido: Efraín Barradas, Univ of
Florida/Gainesville
Draga divina: Ramón Figueroa, Millsaps College
Testimonio mariconil de Lizza Fernanda: Travestismo de piel y político: Luis
Felipe Díaz, Univ de Puerto Rico/Rio Piedras
304 // LCO054 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 4
The Future is Now. The Emergence of Science Fiction in Spanish and
Portuguese in the US
Organizer : Juan Carlos Toledano Redondo, Lewis & Clark College
Chair(s) : Juan Carlos Toledano Redondo, Lewis & Clark College
Edmundo Paz-Soldán's Posthuman Dictatorship: J Andrew Brown,
Washington Univ/St Louis
From Socialist Realism to Anarcho-capitalism. Cuban Cyberpunk: Juan
Carlos Toledano Redondo, Lewis & Clark College
A Heart-Wrenching Love Story Across Time in Spain:"The Day We Went
Through the Transition": Yolanda Molina-Gavilán, Eckerd College
Discussing Diversity in Today's Science Fiction Scholarship: Javier Martinez,
University of Texas/Brownsville
Recent Brazilian Science Fiction Written by Women: M. Elizabeth Ginway,
University of Florida
305 // LCO061 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Grande Ballroom H
Los fantasmas del pasado
Organizer : Carlos Raul Narvaez
Chair(s) : Carlos Raul Narvaez
Cuerpo y desaparición en Eva Perón: Susana Rosano, University of
Pittsburgh
Cats: The Representation of Trauma in Alicia Kozameh's "Pasos bajo el
agua": M. Edurne Portela, Lehigh University
Beatriz Sarlo y tres acontecimientos que inician una nueva etapa en la
historia argentina: Evita, Aramburu y Jorge Luis Borges: Silvana
Sarmiento-McGillis, Wayne State University
Workings of the Posthumous in Cortázar: Gisle Selnes, University of Bergen,
NORWAY
The Ghosts of Puerto Rican Independence: John Waldron, University of
Vermont
El síndrome de Stendhal en Dario Argento y Cristina Peri Rossi: Carlos Raul
Narvaez
306 // MTG000 Breakfast Meeting Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale
Skybox 201
IAC Meeting
Sponsor : Univ of California/San Diego
Organizer : Graciela Platero, Univ of California/San Diego
307 // MTG000 LASA Committee Meeting Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am
Royale Skybox 204
Informational Meeting for 2006 Program Track Chairs
Organizer : Frances Aparicio, Univ of Illinois/Chicago
308 // MTG043 Breakfast Meeting Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale
Skybox 206
Coloniality at Large. Latin-America and the Postcolonial DebateWorkshop
Sponsor : FORD-LASA
Organizer : Carlos Jauregui, Vanderbilt University
309 // MTG053 non-LASA Board/Committee Meeting Friday 8:00 9:45 am Royale Skybox 210
Editors Meeting Latin American Perspectives
Sponsor : Latin American Perspectives
Organizer : Ronald Chilcote, Univ of California/Riverside
310 // MTI012 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 16
Testimonios, género, e identidades transfronterizas
Organizer : Hilda Chacón, Nazareth College of Rochester
Chair(s) : Hilda Chacón, Nazareth College of Rochester
Alicia Partnoy: identidad testimonial transfronteriza: Hilda Chacón, Nazareth
College of Rochester
In What Language Do We Dream? Constructing a Transborder
Auto(s)biography/Testimonio: Claire Joysmith, UNAM, MEXICO
Cyber-Testimonial: One Wound for Another: Clara Lomas, The Colorado
College
De la realidad a la ficción/de la ficción a la realidad en dos películas de la
frontera norte: María del Socorro Tabuenca Córdoba, El Colegio de la
Frontera Norte, MEXICO
311 // MTI021 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 207
Demography, Migration and Reproductive Health
Organizer : Joseph Potter, University of Texas/Austin
Chair(s) : Joseph Potter, University of Texas/Austin
Household Strategies and Economic Well-Being Among Older Adults in Latin
America: Maren Andrea Jimenez, University of Texas/Austin
New Dynamics between Metropolises and Intermediate Cities: A Case Study
of Mexico: Mikyung Kim, University of Texas/Austin
LASA2004 - 34
FRIDAY / 8:00 am - 9:45 am
Individual, Migration Characteristics and Region of Origin Predictors of
Remittance Activity from the United States to Mexico: Jennifer Tovar,
University of Texas/Austin
The Influence of Government Programs on the Fertility of the Poor: A
Comparison between Brazil and Mexico: Ernesto Friedrich Amaral,
University of Texas/Austin
Sexual Behavior across the Border: A Comparison of Adolescents in Mexico
to those of Mexican-Origin in the United States: Sarah Crissey, University
of Texas/Austin
Predictors of the Pap Smear Test Among Rural Population in Mexico Under
the Area of Influence of IMSS-Solidarity Program: Georgina Martínez
Canizales, University of Texas/Austin
Discussant(s) : Eduardo Rios-Neto, UFMG, BRAZIL
312 // POL012 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 115
Las ideas del Ché Guevara ¿una alternativa socio-política en el contexto
contemporáneo?
Organizer : Marta Pérez-Rolo, Universidad de la Habana, CUBA
Chair(s) : Marta Pérez-Rolo, Universidad de la Habana, CUBA
Influencia de las ideas Ché en La Dirección por Valores: Marta Pérez-Rolo,
Universidad de la Habana, CUBA
Vigencia de las ideas éticas del Che Guevara en el socialismo cubano ante el
contexto de la Globalización: Elena Díaz, Univ de la Habana/FLASCO,
CUBA
The Integration of Political and Sociological Theory: León Trotsky, V.I.Lenin
in the Social Thought of Ernesto Guevara: Nelson Valdés, Universidad de
Nuevo México
Ética y Política en el Ché Guevara: Ma. del Carmen Ariet, Centro Che
Guevara/Cuba, CUBA
Discussant(s) : John Kirk, Dalhousie University, CANADA
313 // POL013 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Grande Ballroom E
Descentralización y experiencias de gestión de desarollo local
Organizer : Juan José Romero Salazar, Universidad Nacional Experimental de
Guayana, VENEZUELA
Chair(s) : Juan José Romero Salazar, Universidad Nacional Experimental de
Guayana, VENEZUELA
Papel de la gestión technológica en la labor del gobierno local: Julia Irelia
Valdivia Pérez, CITMA, CUBA
El Centro Histórico de La Habana: del rescate patrimonial a la
revistalización integral: Aida Atienza Ambou, Inst Nacional de Invest
Econ, CUBA
Cuba: experiencias en materia de Asistencia Social: Maribel Ramos
Hernández, Inst Nacional de Invest Econ, CUBA
Desconcentración-descentralización: Su impacto en la gestión local.
Experiencias en Cuba: Antonio Iglesias Morell, Universidad Habana,
CUBA
Formación de Directivos Locales en Venezuela: Juan José Romero Salazar,
Universidad Nacional Experimental de Guayana,VENEZUELA
Territorio y espacio en las desigualdades sociales de la provincia Ciudad de
La Habana: Omar Everleny Pérez Villanueva, Universidad de la Habana,
CUBA
Desconcentración - descentralización: su impacto en la gestión local:
Rosendo Morales González, Universidad de la Habana, CUBA
Discussant(s) : Thomas Manz, Fund "Friederich Ebert"/Alemania
315 // SJU013 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 3
Poverty, Violence, Justice and Solidarity
Organizer : Gavin Fridell, York University, CANADA
Chair(s) : Michelle Bonner, University of Toronto, CANADA
Fair Trade and the Limits of Market-Based Social Justice: An Assessment of
Current Perspectives: Gavin Fridell, York University, CANADA
Economic Crisis and the Struggle for Human Rights in Argentina: Michelle
Bonner, University of Toronto, CANADA
Seeing is Believing: Solidarity Tourism in the Sonora-Arizona Borderlands:
Dereka Rushbrook, University of Arizona
316 // SMO001 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 209
Sociedad civil en América Latina: Actores y organizaciones
Organizer : Morgan Quero, CRIM-UNAM, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Estela Pérez Moncunill, Universidad de Rosario y Litoral,
ARGENTINA
Participación ciudadana y accountability en Argentina: Estela Pérez
Moncunill, Universidad de Rosario y Litoral, ARGENTINA
Género y sociedad civil: Organizaciones de mujeres en la Ciudad de México:
Clara Inés Charry, Universidad Autónoma de México, MEXICO
Cultura organizacional de las organizaciones de la sociedad civil en México:
Christina Girardo, El Colegio Mexiquense, MEXICO
Impacto de la technologías de la información y comunicación en la
fundaciones comunitarias: Prudencio Mochi, CRIM-UNAM, MEXICO
Despues de la transición: rupturas, descontentos y desafíos de la sociedad
civil en México y Perú: Morgan Quero, CRIM-UNAM, MEXICO
317 // SMO011 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 208
The Interface of Democratization and Social Movements
Organizer : Manuel Chavez, Michigan State University
Chair(s) : Annie Dandavati, Hope College
Crisis de la República Delegativa en la Argentina. La constitución de nuevos
actores políticos: las asambleas vecinales y populares en la Ciudad de
Buenos Aires: Federico Rossi, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Engendering Democracy in Chile: Annie Dandavati, Hope College
Cuban Internationalists in Venezuela: Dawn Gable, Univ of California/Santa
Cruz, Dozthor Zurlent, Bolivarian Circles International
Community-Based Research and International Solidarity: Towards a Social
Scientific Praxis in Support of Social Movements: Adam Flint, Hartwick
College
Development & Collective Action under Neoliberal Democracy: Argentina,
Brazil and Chile in Comparative Perspective: Paul Posner, Clark
University
Women's Mobilization in Uruguay: Erica Townsend-Bell, Washington
Univ/St Louis
Movimientos Indigenistas en Bolivia: La Guerra del agua y del gas: Magda
von der Heydt-Coca
314 // RAE015 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 211
Race in Cuba and Mexico
Organizer : José Amador, University of Michigan
Chair(s) : José Amador, University of Michigan
Tras las huellas de los africanos. Estudio etnocultural en sitios arqueológicos
de resistencia esclava en Pinar del Río, Cuba: María Rosa González
Sánchez, ECOVIDA, CUBA
Science of Exclusion: Legal Medicine and Citizenship in Early TwentiethCentury Cuba: José Amador, University of Michigan
Proyecto Color Cubano: nuevos desafíos hacia una mayor equidad racial:
Gisela Arandia Covarrubias, Universidad de la Habana, CUBA
Two Stories - Yaqui Culture of Resistance in Sonora and Yucatán: Claudia
Haake, University of York, UNITED KINGDOM
Descargas de un Reyoyo Ante el Espejo: Rogelio Martínez Furé, Universidad
de la Habana, CUBA
LASA2004 - 35
FRIDAY / 10:00 am - 11:45 am
Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am
318 // AGR007 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 202
The Brazilian Countryside II: Land Reform, the MST, and Rural Poverty
Organizer : Steven Helfand, Univ of California/Riverside
Chair(s) : Angus Wright, Univ of California/Sacramento
Reform or Revolution?: The Evolving Role of the MST in Implementing
Agrarian Reform in Mato Grosso, Brazil: Hannah Wittman, Cornell
University
Social Capital, Gender and Child Educational Attainment in the Brazilian
Agrarian Reform: Merrilee Mardon, Univ of Massachusetts/Amherst
Poor People, Poor Social Organization, and Poor Space: Case Studies Among
Rural Settlements in Southern Bahia, Brazil: Salvador Trevizan, Universide
Estadual de Santa Cruz, BRAZIL
Dollars for Development: Challenges Facing Donors in Support of Brazil's
Rural Social Movements: Daniel Moss, Grassroots International
The Impact of Policy Reforms on Rural Poverty in Brazil: Evidence from the
1990's: Steven Helfand, Univ of California/Riverside, Edward Levine
Discussant(s) : Carmen Diana Deere, Univ of Massachusetts/Amherst
319 // ART009 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 115
Art and Religion in Pre-Columbian and Colonial Mexico
Organizer : Cristina Gonzalez, University of Chicago
Chair(s) : Cristina Gonzalez, University of Chicago
Mosaico de plumas novohispanos. Imágenes encontradas: Eleonora María
Cardoso Cis, ARGENTINA
Housing the Miraculous: Sanctuary, Pilgrim Age and the Holy Image in the
New Spain: Cristina Gonzalez, University of Chicago
Architectural Hybridity at the Church of San Pablo in Mitla, Oaxaca: Sara
Morasch, Bryn Mawr College
A New Interpretation of the Xicalcoliuqui or "Stepped Fret": John Anderson,
CIDHEM, Mexico
320 // CTM004 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 101
Projecting the Past: The (Re)Making of Latin American Legends
Organizer : Nina Gerassi-Navarro, Mount Holyoke
Chair(s) : Nina Gerassi-Navarro, Mount Holyoke
“La película del rey": The Legend Ercilla Could Not Envision: Nina GerassiNavarro, Mount Holyoke
Las Casas Returns: A Cinematic Rendition: Eyda Merediz, Univ of
Maryland/College Park
Beyond the Female Gaze: María Luisa Bemberg’s "Sor Juana Inés de la
Cruz": Cynthia Stone, College of the Holy Cross
El gaucho que huye. Hacia una estética de resistencia en Juan Moreira de
Leonardo Favio: Christian Gundermann, Mount Holyoke College
Discussant(s) : Marvin D'Lugo, Clark University
321 // CUL032 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Grande Ballroom E
Fuentes en resistencia y saberes múltiples: contribuciones a la
descolonización del conocimiento experto / Resisting Sources and
Multiple Knowledges: Contributions to the “Decolonialization” of
Expert Knowing
Organizer : Juan González Espitia, Univ of North Carolina/Chapel Hill
Chair(s) : Arturo Escobar, Univ of North Carolina/Chapel Hill
Knowing and the Constitution of Social Possibility: Interrogating JuridicoScientific Regimes in Latin America: Jason Cross, Duke University
Negotiating Representation: Indigenous Identity and the New State in Peru:
Amy Mortensen, Univ of North Carolina/Chapel Hill, Leigh Campoamor,
Duke University
Odd Creatures and Christian Realism. Spanish and Native Narratives of
Contact in 16th Century Peru: Gonzalo Lamana, Duke University
"El atraso": una fuente y ventaja comparativa epistémica: Marcelo
Fernández-Osco, Duke University
Dialogues between Anthropology and Global Social Movements Engaging
Counter Knowledge Producers: María Isabel Casas-Cortés, Univ of North
Carolina/Chapel Hill
Discussant(s) : Marisol de la Cadena, University of California/Davis
322 // CUL041 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 116
Cultura visual hispanoamericana
Organizer : Efraín Barradas, Univ of Florida/Gainesville
Chair(s) : Efraín Barradas, Univ of Florida/Gainesville
Ana Mendieta: el cuerpo de su ausencia: Cesár Pérez Rodríguez, University
of Iowa
Postwar Reconstructions: Cuban Public Art and the Making of Transnational
Communities: Sujatha Fernandes, Princeton University
Creating the Hemispheric Citizen: The OAS, Cultural Policy, and the Arts
during the Cold War Period: Claire Fox, University of Iowa
323 // DEM007 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 105
International Influences Shaping Democracy in the Americas
Organizer : Sharon Lean, University of California/Irvine
Chair(s) : David Goldberg, Beloit College
The Political-Economy of Democratic Reform in Latin America: The Role of
International Financial Institutions: Francis Adams, Old Dominion
University
A Democratic Norm for the Western Hemisphere? An Analysis of the
Organization of American States 1991-present: Dexter Boniface, Rollins
College
(Re)democratization as a Transnational Phenomenon: A Comparison of Peru
and Venezuela: Thomas Legler, Mount Allison University, CANADA
Election Monitoring in the Americas 1982-2002: A Cross-National, CrossOrganizational Survey: Sharon Lean, University of California/Irvine
Redefining Sovereignty, Consolidating a Network: Monitoring the 1994
Mexican Elections: Arturo Santa Cruz, Universidad de Guadalajara,
MEXICO
Discussant(s) : David Goldberg, Beloit College
324 // ECO027 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 204
Development Strategies in Latin America: A Critical Assessment
Organizer : Susana Nudelsman, Grad Inst of International Studies,
SWITZERLAND
Chair(s) : Diane Just, Miami University
Latin America After a Decade of Reforms: Susana Nudelsman, Grad Inst of
International Studies, SWITZERLAND
Which Consensus?: 21st Century Development Strategies in Latin America:
Diane Just, Miami University
Alternative Responses to Globalization: Ireland’s Lessons for Latin America:
Roy Nelson, Thunderbird Amer Grad School Mgmt
La inversión extranjera directa en América Latina: el camino al desarrollo?:
Carola Salas Couce, ANEC, CUBA
325 // EDU005 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 201
Identity and Transformation of Self and Society: Int'l Education and
Exchange in Latin America and the Caribbean II
Organizer : Skye Stephenson, School for International Training
Chair(s) : Beatriz Diaz, FLACSO/Cuba, CUBA
Hacia una mayor tolerencia y aceptación de las diferencias culturales:
Beatriz Diaz, FLACSO/Cuba, CUBA
Evaluating the Short- and Long-Term Impact of Undergraduate US-Cuba
Travel-Study: Lynne Bond, University of Vermont
Experiences and Expectations: Dickinson College in Cuba: Sinan Koont,
Dickinson College
The Other Self and the Cuban Other: Canadian Students Encounter Cuba:
David Black, Dalhousie University, CANADA
Discovering the Real Cuba! Beyond the Boundaries Set up By Doctrine ,
Propaganda and the Culture of War: Henry Taylor, New York State
University/Buffalo
Discussant(s) : Skye Stephenson, School for International Training
326 // ENV008 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 110
Strategizing Land Use, Value, and Protection
Organizer : Nancy Forster, University of Wisconsin/Madison
Chair(s) : Nancy Forster, University of Wisconsin/Madison
Towards Linking Farmer and Professional Perspectives on Biodiversity
Conservation: Case Studies from Western Mexico: Peter Gerritsen,
University of Guadalajara, MEXICO
Spatial Practices and Discourses on the Agricultural Frontier of the Atlantic
Coast of Nicaragua: Pia Eriksson, Helsinki University, FINLAND
Whose Rules? Overlapping Tenure Systems in Mexican Biosphere Reserves:
Nancy Forster, University of Wisconsin/Madison, Peter Gerritsen,
University of Guadalajara, MEXICO
Valoración económica del Parque de Chipinque, Monterrey: Guillermo
Gándara, ITESM/Monterrey, MEXICO
Estrategias para el manejo integrado de recursos en la comunidad costera la
bajada: Graciela González Olmedo, Universidad de Habana, CUBA
LASA2004 - 36
FRIDAY / 10:00 am - 11:45 am
327 // FEA007 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 103
From Structuralism to the New Institutional Economics: Three Decades
of Latin American Economic History
Sponsor: Latin American Research Review (LARR)
Organizer : Jonathan Brown, Univ of Texas/Austin
Chair(s) : Jonathan Brown, Univ of Texas/Austin
Participant(s): Joseph Love, Univ of Illinois/Urbana-Champaign; John H.
Coatsworth, Harvard University; William Summerhill, University of
California/Los Angeles
Discussant(s) : María Alejandra Irigoin, Universidad Carlos III, SPAIN,
Sandra Kuntz Ficker, Colegio de Mexico, MEXICO; Julio Moreno,
University of San Francisco
328 // FEA010 Other Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Grande Ballroom H
Kalman Silvert Presentation and Lecture: June Nash
Sponsor : LASA
Organizer : Marysa Navarro, Dartmouth College
Chair(s) : Arturo Arias, University of Redlands
Participants: Susan Eckstein, Boston University; Charles Hale, University of
Texas/Austin
329 // GEN019 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 3
"I Have Seen My Life as a Bridge": Honoring Margaret Randall's Work
Organizer : Katherine Hedeen, Kenyon College
Chair(s) : Katherine Hedeen, Kenyon College
"Breaking the Silences": Gender and Class in Randall's Cuban Testimonios:
Katherine Hedeen, Kenyon College
Liminal Positionality in the Lifework of Margaret Randall: Jennifer Browdy
de Hernandez, Simon's Rock College of Bard
El testimonio analítico de Margaret Randall: Clara Roman-Odio, Kenyon
College
"Take Your Life / and Use It": Margaret Randall's Poetry of Conscience:
Gloria Still, Capital University
Discussant(s) : John Beverley, University of Pittsburgh
330 // GEN026 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 8
Constructing the Ties that Bind: Uses of Motherhood and the Family by
the State.
Organizer : Jadwiga Pieper, Penn State Univ/Erie
Chair(s) : Margaret Power, Illinois Institute of Technology
Motherhood, Science, and the State in Turn-of-the-Century Argentina: Kristin
Ruggiero, University of Wisconsin/Milwaukee
The Battle for Women's Hearts and Minds: Mobilizing Support for War in
Cuba and Nicaragua: Lorraine Bayard de Volo, University of Kansas
For the Good of the Family: Political Legitimacy and Familial Rhetoric in
Chile 1970-1973: Gwynn Thomas, Univ of Wisconsin/Madison
Authoritarian Politics, Gendered Visions, and the Re-invention of Tradition in
Argentina and Chile: Jadwiga Pieper, Penn State Univ/Erie
Discussant(s) : Norma Chinchilla, Cal State Univ/Long Beach
331 // GEN037 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 108
Women in the Armed Forces
Organizer : Suzeley Mathias, UNESP, BRAZIL
Incorporación de la mujer y cambios sociales en las fuerzas armadas
argentinas: Marcela Donadio, Ser en el 2000, ARGENTINA
Las mujeres en las fuerzas armadas ecuatorianas: Bertha Gallegos, PUCE
As Mulheres na Marinha do Brasil: Cláudio Silveira, NEEUNICAMP/GEDES-UNESP/UERJ, BRAZIL
Mulheres e questões de gênero nas forças armadas brasileiras: Maria
D'Araujo, FGV/UFF, BRAZIL
Discussant(s) : Lilian Bobea, FLACSO, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
332 // HIS012 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 106
Elite patriotism 1850-1920, a contradiction?
Organizer : Barbara Tenenbaum, Library of Congress
Chair(s) : Barbara Tenenbaum, Library of Congress
What Jose Y. Limantour Did for Love, 1854-1911: Barbara Tenenbaum,
Library of Congress
To Display the Nation: Literature and Cultural Practices of 19th Century
Modernismo: Olga Vilella Janeiro, Saint Xavier University
The Nationalist Evolution of Carlos Pellegrini and Modern Argentina, 18801906: Douglas Richmond, Univ of Texas/Arlington
Lecturas domincales de la ciudad de México, 1900-1908: Miguel Ángel
Castro Medina, UNAM, MEXICO
Patriotism and Patriarchy in Central America: Journalist Alberto Masferrer
Lectures the Elite on their Civil Responsibility: Karen Racine, University of
Guelph, CANADA
Discussant(s) : Dain Borges, University of Chicago
333 // HIS019 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 112
World War II in Latin America, Domestic and International Concerns in
Northern Latin America
Organizer : John Bratzel, Michigan State Univ
Chair(s) : Thomas Leonard, University of North Florida
Impact of World War II Upon a Strategic Outpost: Central America: Thomas
Leonard, University of North Florida
Selling the Peace: Revolution and Industrialization in Mexico's World War II
Propaganda: Monica Rankin, University of Arizona
The Dominican Republic during World War II: The Axis, the Allies, and the
Trujillo Dictatorship: Eric Roorda, Bellarmine University
The Falange and Puerto Rico During World War II: Andrew Lefebvre,
University of Calgary, CANADA
334 // HIS040 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 107
Women, Family and Society in Cuba and Argentina
Organizer : Donna Guy, Ohio State University
Chair(s) : Donna Guy, Ohio State University
Sugar Expansion and Female Labor in Northwestern Argentina, 1876 to
1916: Patricia Juarez-Dappe, California State University
"Competing Females" in the Public Media, Women and Sports in Argentina,
1900-1940: Patricia Anderson, University of Toronto, CANADA
Eva Perón y el sindicalimso argentino: Ernest Sweeney, Loyola Marymount
Univ
Familia, pedagogía y sociedad en la escuela primaria pública en Cuba, 18991920: Yoel Cordoví Nuñez, Instituto de Historia de Cuba, CUBA
Fermina Lucumí....y las otras?: Georgina Filomena Herrera Cárdenas,
Universidad de la Habana, CUBA
335 // HSS007 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 4
Health and Alternative Medicine in the Americas
Organizer : Matthew Gutmann, Brown University/CIESAS-Istmo
Parent Expectations, Spanish Doctor-Parent Communication, and
Pediatrician Antibiotic Over-Prescribing for Upper Respiratory Infections
in Latino Communities: Roberto Montenegro, UCLA
Latino Urban Shamans in Cosmopolitan New York City: Between
Ethnomedicine and Therapeutic Eclecticism: Anahi Viladrich,
CUNY/Hunter College
336 // INT011 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 205
Nuevas definiciones de seguridad y defensa en las Américas
Organizer : Francisco Rojas, FLACSO/Chile, CHILE
Chair(s) : Francisco Rojas, FLACSO/Chile, CHILE
Detrás de los velos occidentales sobre el Islam. El caso de Irán y la Triple
Frontera: María de la Paz Tibiletti, SER, ARGENTINA
Security on the American Continent. Challenges, Perceptions, and Concepts:
Francisco Rojas, FLACSO/Chile, CHILE
Conferencia Especial de Seguridad: entre la configuración de nuevos roles y
la normalización de las relaciones cívico militares en Chile: David
Álvarez, FLACSO/Chile, CHILE
Seguridad humana en la lucha anti- terrorista norteamericana: David Mares,
Univ of California/San Diego
La desarticulación y fragilidad de las políticas de seguridad ciudadana en
República Dominicana: Alejandra Liriano, FLACSO/República
Dominicana, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Discussant(s) : Hal Klepak, Royal Military College, CANADA
337 // INT014 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 104
Los Desafíos de la Integración Económica en las Américas I Implicaciones
Continentales
Organizer : Carlos Gómez-Chiñas, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Carlos Gómez-Chiñas, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
Aciertos y desatinos de la política exterior de México. Una transición
inacabada: Araceli González Uresti, Instituto Tecnólogico de Estudios
Superiores/Monterrey, MEXICO
LASA2004 - 37
FRIDAY / 10:00 am - 11:45 am
La política comercial de Estados Unidos ante la integración panamericana:
Ricardo Buzo, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
El futuro de la integración regional de América Latina en el marco del alca:
Antonio Gazol, Univ Nacional Autónoma/México, MEXICO
Seguridad hemisférica e integración militar en las Américas: José Piñeyro,
Univ Autónoma Metro/Azcaputzalco, MEXICO
Eliminación de medidas las antidumping en el ALCA: De la ‘práctica desleal’
al debate sobre los efectos anticompetitivos en el Hemisferio Occidental:
Germán De la Reza, Univ Autónoma Metro/Azcaputzalco, MEXICO
Integración financiera internacional: El caso de América Latina: José
Sánchez-Daza, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
Finanzas públicas e integración el las Américas: Ernesto Turner, Univ
Autónoma Metro/Azcaputzalco, MEXICO
338 // LCN012 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 111
La recodificación de discursos legales en la colonia
Organizer : John Charles, Tulane University
Chair(s) : Oscar Barrau, Indiana University/South Bend
Jacobo Cronberger y el origen de la narrativa hispanoamericana: Oscar
Barrau, Indiana University/South Bend
Pedro Sarmiento de Gamboa: mago, traductor e intérprete de la tradición
oral andina en la Historia Indica: Christian Fernández, Louisiana State
University
Between Law and Religion: The Notion of Honor in Sixteenth-Century
Mexico: Osvaldo Pardo, University of Connecticut
339 // LCO008 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Monaco Tower 16
Nuevas Lecturas/Miradas de la Crónica Latinoamericana
Organizer : Anadeli Bencomo, University of Houston
Chair(s) : Boris Múnoz, VENEZUELA
Crónicas I ú Es Ei: la frontera de Luis Arturo Ramos: Martin Camps,
University of North Florida
El anti-estado en la crónicas de Alfredo Molano: Boris Múnoz,
VENEZUELA
Crónica y mediación cultural: la obra de Pedro Lemebel: Juan Poblete, Univ
of California/Santa Cruz
Espectáculos identitarios: usos de la fotografía en las crónicas de Edgardo
Rodríguez Juliá: María Vera Rojas, University of Houston
Crónicas de la globalización: Ignacio Corona, Ohio State University
Discussant(s) : Anadeli Bencomo, University of Houston
340 // LCO033 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Monaco Tower 14
Cuerpos en circulación: mercancías, género, sexualidad y raza en Perú y
México
Organizer : Soledad Gelles, Hamilton College
Chair(s) : Ericka Beckman, Stanford University
Clemente Palma and the "Value" of Race in Turn-of-the-Century Peru: Ericka
Beckman, Stanford University
Comercio, literatura, y la ficción de Clorinda Matto Turner: Soledad Gelles,
Hamilton College
Mariátegui desfigurado y la contrucción del cuerpo utópico: Sara Rondinel,
Stanford University
"Déjame entrar": Espacios íntimos y mujeres públicas en las fotografías de
Maya Goded: María Luisa Ruiz, Stanford University
Entre la palabra y la imagen: la masificación del imaginario popular y la
violencia en México: Karina Hodoyan, Stanford University
Discussant(s) : Richard Rosa, Stanford University
341 // LCO068 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Monaco Tower 13
Novela negra/ficcion detectivesca
Organizer : Diana Velez, University of Iowa
Chair(s) : Diana Velez, University of Iowa
Ana Lydia Vega's "Pasión de historia": A Text Within Two Genres: Diana
Velez, University of Iowa
The Detective is Dead. Long Live the Novela Negra!: Glen Close, Univ of
Wisconsin/Madison
La configuración de discursos en "Ensayo de un crimen": Gerardo García,
Arizona State University
Recent Mexican Detective Fiction and Social Justice: Gregory Schelonka,
Ohio State University
342 // MTG031 Other Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 208
Presentación del libro "Las políticas y la evolución social y económica de
Cuba en 1998-2002"
Sponsor : INIE/CEPAL
Organizer : Elena Alvarez, Inst de Investigaciones Económicas, CUBA
343 // MTG032 Other Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Top of the Riviera
North
Pablo Armando Fernández: un poeta mayor de la lengua española
Sponsor : Universidad de la Habana
Organizer : Rogelio Rodríguez Coronel, Univ de la Habana, CUBA
Readings by Pablo Armando Fernandez: Pablo Armando Fernandez,
Universidad de la Habana, CUBA
344 // MTG039 non-LASA Board/Committee Meeting Friday 10:00 11:45 am Top of the Riviera South
Business Meeting of the Consortium of Latin American Studies Programs
Sponsor : Consortium of Latin American Studies Programs
Organizer : Valerie McGinley Marshall, CLASP
345 // MTG041 non-LASA Board/Committee Meeting Friday 10:00 11:45 am Monaco Tower 17
Global-Local Links Network
Sponsor : Inter-American Forum
Organizer : Tanya Dawkins, Inter-American Forum
346 // MTG042 non-LASA Board/Committee Meeting Friday 10:00 11:45 am Royale Skybox 203
Meeting of the Sociedad de Bolivianistas
Sponsor : Cornell University
Organizer : Mary Jo Dudley, Cornell University
347 // MTG044 non-LASA Board/Committee Meeting Friday 10:00 11:45 am Capri 109
Latin American Studies and K-12 Outreach
Sponsor : CLASP
Organizer : Amanda Wolfe, University of Florida
348 // MTG045 non-LASA Board/Committee Meeting Friday 10:00 11:45 am Monaco Tower 15
Latino Studies Journal Board Meeting
Sponsor : Latino Studies Journal
Organizer : Suzanne Oboler, University of Illinois/Chicago
349 // MTI003 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 211
Expanding the Nation State?: Public Policies of Latin American
Governments Toward Their Diasporic Citizens
Organizer : Ulla Berg, New York University
Chair(s) : Antonio Aja Diaz, Universidad de la Habana, CUBA
Dinámicas de la emigración de Cuba: políticas y desafíos actuales: Antonio
Aja Diaz, Universidad de la Habana, CUBA
El Quinto Suyo: Conceptualizing the “Peruvian Diaspora” from Below and
from Above: Carla Julia Tamagno Arauco, Wageningen University, PERU,
Ulla Berg, New York University
(Un)Welcome Home: Deportees in the Dominican Republic: Nina Siulc, New
York University
Following Migrant Citizens: Puerto Rico's Public Policies Toward its
Diasporic Communities in the United States, 1947-1993: Jorge Duany,
University of Puerto Rico
'Representing the Migrant'-The Gendered Nature of Transnational Political
Participation Among Colombian and Dominican Migrants in Europe:
Ninna Nyberg Sørensen, Danish Ctr for Int Studies, DENMARK
Discussant(s) : Luis Guarnizo, University of California/Davis
350 // POL035 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 113
Bridging the International-Comparative Divide: Emergent Research on
Latin America
Organizer : Carol Wise, University of Southern California
Chair(s) : Carol Wise, University of Southern California
Against the Odds: Explaining Development Anomalies in the New North
American Bloc: Carol Wise, University of Southern California
Trust and the Consolidation of Democracy in Mexico and Argentina: Susan
Stokes, University of Chicago, Matthew Cleary, Univ of Chicago
LASA2004 - 38
FRIDAY / 10:00 am - 11:45 am
Reconstructing National Interest: Costa Rica's Human Rights Foreign policy:
Alison Brysk, Univ of California/Irvine
Discussant(s) : Helen Shapiro, Univ of California/Santa Cruz, Leigh Payne,
Univ of Wisconsin/Madison
351 // POL039 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 212
Parties, Legislatures and Public Policy in the Andes
Organizer : Scott Morgenstern, Duke University
Chair(s) : John Alexander, Northern Illinois University
Discerning Disconnects in Democratic Theory and Practice: The Bolivian
Case: Jennifer Cyr, Florida International University
Political Change in the Andean Region Countries: Horacio Godoy,
Universidad del Rosario, COLOMBIA
Election Controversies in Peruvian Elections, 1980-2000: John Alexander,
Northern Illinois University
Regionalized Politics or Just Regionalized Parties? The Causes and
Consequences of Regional Variation in Partisan Support in Ecuador:
Marisa Kellam, UCLA
Finding the “Road to Collapse”: The Collapse of the Peruvian Party System
in Comparative Perspective: Edurne Zoco, University of Notre Dame
352 // RAE012 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 209
The Politics of Race in Brazil
Organizer : Jacquieline Polvora, University of Texas/Austin
Chair(s) : Jacquieline Polvora, University of Texas/Austin
Affirmative Action and Development in Brazil: Jonas Zoninsein, Michigan
State University
Mulher negra e educação um estudo de arquétipos do feminino negro: Gislene
Dos Santos, UNESP, BRAZIL
Urban Politics and Race: Approaches to Afro-Brazilians, Urban Intervention
and Meanings of Space in Porto Alegre, Brazil: Jacquieline Polvora,
University of Texas/Austin
Culture and Politics as Transformative Agents in the Afro-Brazilian Carnival
Group Ilê Aiyê: Zipporah Slaughter, Florida International Univ
353 // SEC006 Workshop Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 2
The Challenge of Qualitative Field Research in Latin America
Sponsor : Business and Politics Section
Organizer : Patrick Cronin, Thunderbird Grad School
Chair(s) : Patrick Cronin, Thunderbird Grad School
Participants: Mahrukh Doctor, University of Reading; Eduardo Silva,
University of Missouri/St Louis; Avri Beard, University of
California/Berkeley
354 // SEC012 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 6
Local and National Initiatives for Peace in Colombia
Sponsor : Colombia Section
Organizer : Virginia Bouvier, US Institute of Peace
Chair(s) : Virginia Bouvier, US Institute of Peace
The Costs of Failure: Two Decades of Twarted Peace Negotiations in
Colombia: Marc Chernick, Georgetown University
Who Negotiates What: The Nature of the Colombian State and the
Paramilitary Peace Process: Winifred Tate, New York University
Skilling the Military for Peace in Colombia: Jennifer Schirmer, University of
Oslo, NORWAY
"Experiencias de paz" in Colombia: A Comparative Survey: Christopher
Mitchell, George Mason University, Catalina Rojas, Geoprge Mason
University, Sara Ramirez, COLOMBIA
355 // SEC021 Workshop Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Grande Ballroom G
Discussions on Culture, Power, and Politics
Sponsor : Culture, Power and Politics Section
Organizer : Liv Sovik, Univ Federal/Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL
Participants: Mirta Antonelli, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba; Susana
Kaiser, University of San Francisco; Maryanne Schiffman, Univ of
California/Santa Cruz; Jose Infante; Liv Sovik, Univ Federal/Rio de
Janeiro; Jennifer Burrell, College of the Holy Cross; Daniel Goldstein,
College of the Holy Cross; Antonio Fuentes Diaz, UNAM; Angelina
Snodgrass Godoy, Univ of Washington; Fernando Garcia, FLACSO/Quito;
Leigh Binford, Universidad Autónoma de Puebla; Deborah Poole, Johns
Hopkins University; Leslie Feracho, Univ of Georgia; Katia Regina Santos,
Univ of Georgia; T. Mark Montoya, Northern Arizona University; Malena
Kuss, Univ of N Texas
356 // SEC027 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 5
Educación y políticas educativas en América Latina
Sponsor : Educacion Section
Organizer : Maria Beatriz Luce, UFRGS, BRAZIL
Chair(s) : Mariana Alfonso, Brown University
Hispanics in U.S. Community Colleges: Participation and Educational
Attainment: Mariana Alfonso, Brown University
Evaluación curricular del programa de maestría en la Facultad de Derecho
en la Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México: Ramón Larrauri,
UNAM, MEXICO
El impacto de una innovación de formación de profesores desde la
construcción del rol: Adriana Careaga, Admin Nac'l de Educación Pública,
URUGUAY
Políticas de evaluación y acreditación de la educación superior en AL:
situación y perspectivas de la evaluación institucional y de la acreditación:
Maria Beatriz Luce, UFRGS, BRAZIL
Significaciones de las estudiantes de Ingeniería Agronómica sobre el acceso a
la carrera y a la profesión. El caso de la Univ. Nac. de Luján: Alicia Itati
Palermo, Univ Nacional de Lujan, ARGENTINA
Las paradojas de la racionalidad: Formación docente en el sistema educativo
uruguayo: Adriana Marrero, Univ de la República, URUGUAY
357 // SEC032 Workshop Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 206
La institucionalización de la perspectiva de género: problemas y desafíos
Sponsor : Gender Section
Organizer : Beatriz Elba Schmukler Scornik, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Beatriz Elba Schmukler Scornik, MEXICO
Participants: Vania Salles; Maria de la Paz López; Patricia Vargas, Univ de
Guadalajara; Maria del Rosario Campos Beltran; Magdalena Leon de Leal,
Univ de Colombia; Xosefa Alonso Sierra, PNUD
Discussant(s) : Sara Poggio, Univ of Maryland/Baltimore
358 // SEC045 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Grande Ballroom F
Queer Trans Caribbean Locations
Sponsor : Lesbian & Gay Secion
Organizer : Lawrence LaFountain-Stokes, University of Michigan/Ann Arbor
Chair(s) : Laura Gutiérrez, University of Iowa
Queer Santeria in New York City: Roger Lancaster, George Mason University
Perverse Citizenship: Divas, Marginality and Participation in "Localization": Marcia Ochoa, Stanford University
Pájaras y maricones llegó la hora: An Approach to the History of the
Dominican Lesbian and Gay Movement: Jacqueline Jiménez Polanco,
FLASCO/Santo Domingo, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Adoring Lady Catiria: Consumption, Expenditure, and New York Puerto
Rican Trans Performance: Lawrence LaFountain-Stokes, University of
Michigan/Ann Arbor
No Soy Puta, Soy Princesa: The Browning of Queer Critique: José Esteban
Muñoz, New York University
Discussant(s) : Licia Fiol-Matta, Lehman College/CUNY
359 // SEC063 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 1
Operation Condor and the Dismantling of Impunity. Advances in
International Prosecutions of Human Rights Crimes (Argentina, Chile,
Uruguay and Europe)
Sponsor : Southern Cone Section
Organizer : Carlos Osorio, National Security Archive
Chair(s) : Carlos Osorio, National Security Archive
360 // SJU001 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 7
Violencia política, derechos humanos y paz democrática
Organizer : Manuel Rodriguez, Universidad Autónoma de Guerrero,
MEXICO
Chair(s) : Manuel Rodriguez, Universidad Autónoma de Guerrero, MEXICO
El movimiento armado y la guerra sucia en México en los años 70's y 80's:
Manuel Rodriguez, Universidad Autónoma de Guerrero, MEXICO
La violencia política en la construcción de la democracia: Raul Fernandez,
Universidad Autónoma de Guerrero, MEXICO
Análisis retrospectivo de la violencia rebelde en el contexto de la
consolidación democrática en América Latina, a través de actores
prominentes: Rogelio Ortega, Universidad Autónoma de Guerrero,
MEXICO
La participación de mujeres guerrilleras en las instituciones democráticas:
Rosa Ojeda, Universidad Autónoma de Guerrero, MEXICO
LASA2004 - 39
FRIDAY / 10:00 am - 11:45 am
Mecanismos sacrificial y desaparecimiento forzado de personas: la guerra
sucia en México: Alejandra Cardenas, Ctro de Investig Socio-Económicas,
MEXICO
El proceso de paz de Guatemala: algunas lecciones aprendidas: Secundino
Gonzalez, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, MEXICO
Discussant(s) : Secundino Gonzalez, Universidad Complutense de Madrid,
MEXICO
361 // SMO004 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 207
A Values-Based Approach to Development and Social Change: From
Practice to Theory
Sponsor : American Friends Service Committee
Organizer : David Bronkema, American Friends Service Committee
Chair(s) : David Bronkema, American Friends Service Committee, and Denise
Davis, American Friends Service Committee
Values in Transnational Networks Supporting Social Movements: Process,
Relationships and Methods in Shaping Outcomes: Richard Erstad,
American Friends Service Committee
Colombian Experience of Training Social Movement Actors in a Human
Rights Values Framework: Amanda Romero, American Friends Service
Committee, COLOMBIA
Developing Human Resources: A Key to Values Formation in Economic
Solidarity Programs: Trinidad Sanchez, COMAL, HONDURAS
Values-Based Process of Accompaniment of Social Movements in Central
America: Jennifer Atlee-Loudon, American Friends Service Committee,
NICARAGUA
Rede de Educadores Populares do Nordeste: Reflexão da Experiência
Pedagógica e Valores nos últimos 10 anos: Paulo Afonso Brito, Esc de
Form Quilombo dos Palmares, BRAZIL
Les valeurs dans la construction d’un mouvement social: Serge Bordenave,
AFSC/Haiti, HAITI
362 // SMO010 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 210
Emerging Social Movements and New Actors in Latin America
Organizer : Scott Whiteford, Michigan State University
Chair(s) : Scott Bailey, Univ of California/San Francisco
States and Religious Challengers in the Western Hemisphere: Eloise Linger,
SUNY/Old Westbury
El Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social, proceso modernizador y movimientos
sociales en el periodo 1988-1989: Marlen Osorio, MEXICO
Nuevos actores sociales: Gobernabilidad y sociedad civil en Cuba: Adrián
Rodríguez Chailloux, CIPS, CUBA
Border Networks: Civil Society Networks in Mexican Border Cities: Daniel
Sabet, Indiana University
Information and Transnational Activists in Latin America: A Cascade Model:
Scott Bailey, Univ of California/San Francisco
Social Movements in Brazil: New Forms of Participation in Planning the City:
Maria da Glória Gohn, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, BRAZIL
Movimientos indígenas contemporáneos en los Andes: Probelmas y
perspectivas: Armando Muyolema, University of Wisconsin/Madison
LASA2004 - 40
FRIDAY / 12:00 pm - 1:45 pm
Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm
363 // AGR005 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 103
Policy, Identity, and Participation in Rural and Indigenous Brazil and
Bolivia: Constraints and Opportunities
Organizer : William Fisher, College of William and Mary
Chair(s) : Marcio Silva, Universidade de São Paulo, BRAZIL
Organizações indígenas na Amazônia Brasileira, políticas públicas e formas
de participação: Marcio Silva, Universidade de São Paulo, BRAZIL
Categories and Citizenship in Land Claiming Practices in Brazil: Louise
Silberling, Cornell University
Decentralization, Power and Identity: Advances and Bottlenecks of
Indigenous Participation in Local Governance in Bolivia: Jordi Beneria
Surkin, Grupo de Trabajo Participación, BOLIVIA
Movimento Indígena Baniwa: Tradição e Participação em Políticas Públicas
de Saúde: Luiza Garnelo, Universidade do Amazonas, BRAZIL
Nos caminhos da autonomia: escolas indígenas e políticas públicas em Mato
Grosso – Brasil: Darci Secchi, Univ Federal de Mato Grosso, BRAZIL
Conflict at the Interfaces: Environmental Regulation versus Environmental
Management Regimes in Mato Grosso, Brazil: William Fisher, College of
William and Mary
364 // AGR017 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 203
Políticas públicas y estrategias de sobrevivencia campesinas en América
Latina
Organizer : Rosa Luz Duran, Univ of Massachusetts/Amherst
Chair(s) : Rosa Luz Duran, Univ of Massachusetts/Amherst
¿Las políticas de combate a la pobreza en el campo mexicano: Hasta donde
llegan? Un estudio comparativo, 2000-2004: Nathalie Gravel, Yale
University, CANADA
Female Land Rights, Labor Allocation and Nonfarm Incomes in Peru: Rosa
Luz Duran, Univ of Massachusetts/Amherst
Nonpermanent Migration in Rural Livelihoods of Argentina: Susana Adamo,
University of North Carolina
Os caseiros de vinhedo: Empregado Doméstico e trabalhador rural: Vera
Lucia Rodrigues, BRAZIL
365 // CIT002 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 113
Law, Illegality and Citizenship in Rio de Janeiro’s Favelas
Organizer : Brodwyn Fischer, Northwestern University
Chair(s) : Brodwyn Fischer, Northwestern University
Paper Bandits: Property, Violence and Legitimacy in Rio’s Favelas: Brodwyn
Fischer, Northwestern University
The Dynamics of Criminal Governance: Drug Traffickers, Social Networks,
and Public Security in Rio de Janeiro: Enrique Desmond Arias, John Jay
College of Criminal Justice
Justice, Order, and Power in Rio's Favelas: Richard Benjamin Penglase,
Texas Christian University
As favelas cariocas como espaço de disputas: poder público, terceiro setor,
associações de moradores e tráfico de drogas: Mario Grynszpan, Univ
Federal Fluminense, BRAZIL
Discussant(s) : Elizabeth Leeds, New York University
366 // CTM011 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 101
Race and Ethnicity in Latin American Theater and Performance
Organizer : Camilla Stevens, Rutgers University
Chair(s) : Camilla Stevens, Rutgers University
Race and Ethnicity on the Border: The Performance Pieces of Gerardo "El
Sparky" Navarro: Kristen Nigro, University of Cincinnati
Subcomandante Marcos and the Politics of Ethnicity: Stuart Day, Univ of
North Carolina/Chapel Hill
Look Who Wears the Pants!: Contemporary Mayan Theater and the Politics of
Cross Dressing: Francine A'ness, Dartmouth College
Phantoms of Difference: Post-ethnic Nostalgia in Two Plays by Rodolfo
Santana: Vicky Unruh, University of Kansas
Racial Masquerade in Hispanic Caribbean Theater: Camilla Stevens, Rutgers
University
Discussant(s) : Sandra Cypess, University of Maryland
367 // CUL018 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 7
Biopolítica vs. tecnologías del cuerpo: perspectivas de un debate global.
Organizer : Jaime Donoso, Univesity of Pittsburgh
Chair(s) : Felipe Victoriano, Tulane University
Cuerpo y política en el sujeto biopolítico de Giorgio Agamben: Felipe
Victoriano, Tulane University
Testimonialidad del Poder: Jaime Donoso, Univesity of Pittsburgh
Neopicaresca y neocolonialismo: las transiciones democráticas y la
criminalización del espacio público: Rodrigo Naranjo, Dartmouth College
Discussant(s) : Federico Galende, CHILE
368 // CUL026 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 107
Interdisciplinary Approaches to Representations of Sexuality in Latin
American Identit(ies).
Sponsor : Richland College
Organizer : Miguel Marrero, Richland College
Chair(s) : Miguel Marrero, Richland College
Homo-sexile: Homosexuality and Exile in Latin American Literature and
Film: Miguel Marrero, Richland College
Dressing the Part: Images of Cultural Transvestitism in Contemporary Latino
Art: Sara Cardona, Richland College
369 // CUL033 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Monaco Tower 16
New Critical Interventions: Culture, Violence, and Politics
Organizer : Gabriela Nouzeilles, Princeton University
Chair(s) : Gabriela Nouzeilles, Princeton University
Memoria y pospolítica: Gabriela Nouzeilles, Princeton University
Art and Politics in Neoliberal Mexico: Ruben Gallo, Princeton University
Necropolítica: Instauración o exorcismo del cuerpo-en-desechos: Beatriz
Rodriguez-Balanta, Duke University
Of Crosses and Crabs: Brazilian Heavy Metal and Mangue Beat Recode
"Violence": Idelber Avelar, Tulane University
Por las paredes. La inscripción de la política en los muros de Buenos Aires:
Horacio Legras, Georgetown University
Discussant(s) : Esther Gabara, Duke University
370 // CUL036 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 110
Growing Old in Latin America: Interdisciplinary Views of (F)Acts,
Effects, and Responses to Aging
Organizer : Ana María Rodríguez-Vivaldi, Washington State University
Chair(s) : Ana María Rodríguez-Vivaldi, Washington State University
Estragos y estrategias: representaciones fílmicas de la tercera edad: Ana
María Rodríguez-Vivaldi, Washington State University
Imágenes de la vejez en la poesía de Vicente Aleixandre y Ruben Darío: María
Fernanda Márquez, Univ of California/Berkeley
La invención de Morel y la inmortalidad en la era de la tecnología: Grace
Dávila López, Pomona College
Imágenes y recuerdos de lo judío en la narrativa de Ana María Shúa:
Gabriela Gámez, Washington State University
Imágenes (des)de la vejez: Sonia Daniela Barrios-Tinoco, University of
California/Berkeley
La edad cronológica, la edad en santo y el más allá: varias maneras de
envejecer y el concepto de inmortalidad dentro de la Santería: George
Cole, Arizona State University
371 // CUL045 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 116
Prácticas de los Estudios Culturales
Organizer : Efraín Barradas, Univ of Florida/Gainesville
Chair(s) : Efraín Barradas, Univ of Florida/Gainesville
Reproducing Culture: Latin(o) American Restaurants in Tokyo: Rafael ReyesRuiz, Oberlin College
372 // DEM005 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 109
Democratization and the Media, the Mexican Case
Organizer : François Demers, Université Laval, CANADA
Chair(s) : François Demers, Université Laval, CANADA
Two Challenges for the Media in a Democratic Context: Consolidation of
Ownership and Democratic Journalism of the Third Type: François
Demers, Université Laval, CANADA
La profesión periodística en México en el marco de la transición a la
democracia: María Hernandez Ramirez, Universidad de Guadalajara,
MEXICO
Los medios como contraparte del proceso de democratización en México:
Raúl Trejo Delarbre, Inst de Invest Sociales de la UNAM, MEXICO
Medios en México: continuidades y cambios en la transición: José Carreño
Carlón, Universidad Iberoamericana, MEXICO
LASA2004 - 41
FRIDAY / 12:00 pm - 1:45 pm
Comparative analysis on the role attributed to the Mass-Media in the
Democratization Process of Societies of Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin
America and of Central and Eastern Europe: With a reference to the
Mexican context: Renaud De la Brosse, Univ of Reims/ChampagneArdennes, FRANCE
Discussant(s) : Dag MacLeod, Johns Hopkins University
373 // DEM014 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 108
International Forces and Democracy in Post-Cold War Latin America.
Organizer : Deborah Norden, Whittier College
Chair(s) : Deborah Norden, Whittier College
Democracy from Abroad? International Forces and Civil-Military Relations
in Latin America: Deborah Norden, Whittier College
Democratic Defense vs Democratic Deepening: The Role of the OAS: David
Pion-Berlin, University of California Riverside, Craig Arceneaux,
California State Polytechnic Univ
Civil-Military or Military-Civilian Relations? Some Thoughts on Further
Study of a Latin American Phenomenon: Frederick Nunn, University of
Arizona
Discussant(s) : Felipe Aguero, University of Miami
374 // ECO004 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 202
Cuba: desafíos del desarrollo y sus problemas actuales.
Organizer : Mauricio De Miranda, SPAIN
Chair(s) : Mauricio De Miranda, SPAIN
Everything Is for Sale: Emergence of Contradictory Social Anrrangements
and Everyday Responses: Angela Haddad, Central Mich Univ
Notas para una caracterización de los problemas del desarrollo y la inserción
internacional de Cuba en las condiciones actuales: Mauricio De Miranda,
SPAIN
Cuba´s Underground Economy: Archibald R. M. Ritter, Carleton University,
CANADA
Problemas de la reforma económica y su impacto social en la ciudad de La
Habana: Lía Añé, Centro de Estudios de Población, CUBA
Exit, Voice, and the Lessons from the Cuban Case. Conceptual Notes on the
Nexus between Emigration and Political Transformation: Bert Hoffmann,
GERMANY
Discussant(s) : Cristina Xalma, Universidad de Barcelona, SPAIN
375 // ECO007 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 201
Rethinking Development in Latin America and the Caribbean: A Survey
of Recent Contributions on Upgrading
Sponsor : Social Science Research Council
Organizer : Julio Carranza, UNESCO, CUBA
Chair(s) : Eric Hershberg, SSRC
Global Restructuring and Upgrading in Latin America: Institutional Prerequisites for Combining Competitiveness with Development in Latin
America: Eric Hershberg, SSRC
Commodity Chains and Industrial Upgrading: Rethinking Economic
Competitiveness in an Era of Globalization: Gary Gereffi, Duke University
Hacia una nueva estrategia de desarrollo en Cuba: la sustitución de
exportaciones: Julio Carranza, UNESCO, CUBA
Usando el conocimiento para el desarrollo en la Cuenca del Caribe: Claes
Brundenius, IKED, SWEDEN
Educacion, tecnologia y desarrollo en el Caribe: Juan Valdes Paz, UNEAC,
CUBA
Discussant(s) : Pedro Monreal, Universidad de la Habana, CUBA
376 // ECO009 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Monaco Tower 15
Public Assets, Private Capital: Comparative Experiences with
Privatization in Key Sectors
Organizer : LaDawn Haglund, New York University
Chair(s) : Jonathan Benjamin-Alvarado, University of Nebraska/Omaha
Privatization and Crisis in Argentina: Leopoldo Rodriguez, Portland State
University
The Problems and Prospects for Sustainability and Privatization in Cuba's
Energy Sector: Jonathan Benjamin-Alvarado, University of
Nebraska/Omaha
Privatization on the Rocks: Contrasting Post-Privatization Trajectories in
Venezuela’s Metals Industries: Amy Bellone Hite, Tulane University
What Defines Success and Failure of Privatization? Mining and
Hydroelectricity in the Brazilian Amazon: Paul Ciccantell, Western
Michigan University
Does Ownership Matter? Evidence from Energy Privatization in El Salvador
and Costa Rica: LaDawn Haglund, New York University
377 // FEA005 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Grande Ballroom H
The Quality of Democracy in Contemporary Latin America
Sponsor: Latin American Research Review (LARR)
Organizer : Kurt Weyland, Univ of Texas/Austin
Chair(s) : Kurt Weyland, Univ of Texas/Austin
Participant(s): Guillermo O’Donnell, University of Notre Dame; Judith Adler
Hellman, York University; Arturo Valenzuela, Georgetown University;
Barry Ames, University of Pittsburgh; Elizabeth Jelin, CONICET
379 // FEA014 Workshop Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 2
Sexual and Reproductive Rights, Religion, and the State in Latin America
Organizer : Marysa Navarro, Dartmouth College
Chair(s) : Roberto Blancarte, Colegio de México, MEXICO
Participants: Frances Kissling, Catholics for a Free Choice; Maria Consuelo
Mejia, Int'l Planned Parenthood Fed'n
380 // GEN001 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 8
Género, política y ciencia política en el Cono Sur.
Organizer : Nélida Archenti, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Chair(s) : Nélida Archenti, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Qué han hecho las legisladoras? Impacto de las cuotas en el congreso
argentino: Nélida Archenti, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Ley de cupos y representación política en Argentina (1993-2003): María Inés
Tula, Univ de Buenos Aires/CONICET, ARGENTINA
Evolución de la ley de cupo femenino a través de la interpretación judicial:
Alejandra Lázzaro, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
La cuota en Uruguay: mapeo de una polémica: Niki Johnson, Universidad de
la República, URUGUAY
¡Cherchez la femme!: Mujer y Ciencia Política en Chile: María de los
Angeles Fernández Ramil, Universidad Diego Portales, CHILE
Discussant(s) : María Inés de Torres Carballal, Universidad de la República,
URUGUAY
381 // GEN021 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Grande Ballroom F
Sex and the City: Gendering Urban Space in Latin American Literature
and Culture
Organizer : Stephanie Kirk, Washington Univ/St Louis
Chair(s) : Stephanie Kirk, Washington Univ/St Louis
Tomas Gage Travels to the New World: Mexico City and the Whore of
Babylon: Stephanie Kirk, Washington Univ/St Louis
Unsettled Ground: Love and the American City in Pablo Olvidares "Teresa o
el Terrenoto": Kevin Donnelly, New York University
Cities of Women: Gender and Urban Space in the Ethnographies of Ruth
Landes and Lydia Cabrera: Emily Maguire, New York University
Contested Urban Bodies: Gendering the Colonial Town in Caribbean
Literature: Christina Kullberg, New York University
"La narración de la historia" de Carlos Correas: Reescritura geográfica del
deseo: Karina Miller, Univ of California/Irvine
Discussant(s) : Gabriel Giorgi, Univ of Southern California
382 // HIS015 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 104
The Chino Latino Diaspora: Chinese in the Borderlands between Cuba,
Mexico, Peru and the US
Organizer : Elliot Young, Lewis and Clark College
Chair(s) : Elliot Young, Lewis and Clark College
Chinese Migrations in the Greater Caribbean: Pan-Chino Latino Identity?:
Elliot Young, Lewis and Clark College
Chinese Community, Frontier Culture and National Identity, Mexico 19101930: Gerardo Renique, CUNY
Of Kith and Kin: Land, Leases, and Guanxi in Tucson’s Chinese and Mexican
Communities, 1863-1930: Grace Peña Delgado, Cal State Univ/Long Beach
Nacionalismo, construcción racial e identidad china en Cuba: Miriam Herrera
Jerez, Universidad de la Habana, CUBA
Political and Social Organizations among Peruvian and Cuban Chinese:
Isabelle Lausent-Herrera, PERU
Racial Constructions of the Chinese in Mexico, Peru and Cuba: Some
Preliminary Findings, Analyses and Comparison: Evelyn Hu-Dehart
Locating Transnationalism: Chinese in Cuba and Early-Twentieth Century
Diasporic Politics: Kathleen Lopez, University of Michigan
LASA2004 - 42
FRIDAY / 12:00 pm - 1:45 pm
383 // HIS022 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 105
The Modern in Mexico
Organizer : Paul Eiss, Carnegie Mellon University
Chair(s) : Paul Eiss, Carnegie Mellon University
Una académica universitaria, hija de los sucesos de 1968 en Mexico: Célica
Esther Cánovas Marmo, Tecnológico de Monterrey/León, MEXICO
Deconstructing "Indios," Reconstructing "Patria": The Institution of the
Modern in Indigenous Educational Reform: Paul Eiss, Carnegie Mellon
University
Encountering the Concept of Blackness in Mexican Modernity: 1700s-1960s:
Ben Vinson III, Penn State University
Modernizing Mexico's Periphery: Public Health Policy and Disease in
Yucatán, Mexico 1880-1910: Heather McCrea, Cal State Univ/Fullerton
Modernizing el Monte: Scientific Forestry in Mexico, 1880-1957: Christopher
Boyer, Univ of Illinois/Chicago
In Search of Modernity in Post-Revolutionary Rural Mexico: A Commonality
of Interests between Elite and Subaltern Actors: Jay Dwyer, Duquesne
University
Discussant(s) : Gabriela Soto Laveaga, Univ of California/Santa Barbara
384 // HIS038 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 106
To Build the Republic: Forging Political Vision in 19th- and 20th-Century
Venezuela
Organizer : Reuben Zahler, Univ of Chicago
Chair(s) : Reuben Zahler, Univ of Chicago
Derecho, gente decente, ley, y virtud: honor and the liberal ethos in
Venezuela, 1821-48: Reuben Zahler, Univ of Chicago
Steering Between the Programa Máximo and the Programa Mínimo: The
Generation of 28 Confronts the Challenge of the Masses: Myrna Wallace
Fuentes, Duke University
Communal Identity, Symbolic Cooptation, and Democratic Transition in
Venezuela: The Case of the Barrio "23 de enero", 1955-1969: Alejandro
Velasco, Duke Univ
Testing the Limits of Modernity: The Impact of Railroad Accidents on
Venezuelan Society, 1883-1892: Olga Gonzalez-Silen, Harvard Univ
Discussant(s) : Judith Ewell, The College of William & Mary
385 // INT012 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 114
Los Desafíos de la Integración Económica en Las Américas II Aspectos
Subregionales y Extraregionales
Sponsor : Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana
Organizer : Ricardo Buzo, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Ricardo Buzo, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
La nueva economía de Estados Unidos, su déficit comercial e implicaciones
para México: Isaac Minian, Univ Nacional Autónoma de México,
MEXICO
Evaluación de Tlcan en sus primeros diez años: Carlos Gómez-Chiñas, Univ
Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
El desafío de la V ampliación de la Unión Europea para América Latina:
Santiaga Anima, Univ Nacional Autónoma de México, MEXICO
El papel geopolítico de centroamérica en el Alca: Anne Felicity Williams
Daniel, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
Pasado, presente, y futuro de la integración en Centroamérica: José León,
Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
La integración de China a la economía internacional; su influencia en el
Alca: Juan Gonzalez, Univ Autónoma/Colima, MEXICO
386 // INT015 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Grande Ballroom E
The Overthrow of Guatemala's Jacobo Arbenz Fifty Years Later: Its
Meanings and Consequences
Organizer : Greg Grandin, New York University
Chair(s) : Greg Grandin, New York University
Regime Change at Fifty: Lessons Learned, Consequences Forgotten: Greg
Grandin, New York University
The Overthrow of Arbenz and the Beginning of Latin America's Cold War:
Arturo Taracena, CIRMA, GUATEMALA
Setting the Record Straight: The Department of State's Retrospective Volume
on Guatemala, 1952-1954: Doug Kraft, US Department of State, Edward
Keefer, US Department of State
Arbenz and the Armed Struggle: The Central American Left After 1954:
Carlota McAllister, York University, CANADA
Para que no se repita la historia: Peace Curricula and the Silencing of
History in Guatemala: Elizabeth Oglesby, University of Arizona
Cold War Antropology in a Pre-National Country: The Politics of US
Anthropology and the Retrogressive Modernization in Guatemala, 19541996: Ramon Gonzalez, University of Texas
Revisiting the Agrarian Question in Guatemala: Mam Women Challenging the
State and the Community: Irma Velasquez Nimatuj, University of Texas
Discussant(s) : Deborah Levenson, Boston College
387 // LAB007 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Top of the Riviera South
New Agenda, Old Social Space
Organizer : John Tuman, Univ of Nevada/Las Vegas
Chair(s) : Martha Roldán, FLACSO/Argentina, ARGENTINA, and John
Tuman, Univ of Nevada/Las Vegas
Comparing Modes of Privatization: A Study of the Telecommunications
Sectors in Argentina and Mexico: John Tuman, Univ of Nevada/Las Vegas
The State, Legitimacy, and Costa Rica's Post-1980s Financialization: Thomas
Marois, York University, CANADA
The New International INFORMATIONAL Division of Labor and Engendered
Development in the Context of Contemporary "Globalization." Reflections
from Argentina (1990s-2000s): Martha Roldán, FLACSO/Argentina,
ARGENTINA
Las "nuevas" expresiones de la precariedad social: los casos de México y
Argentina: María Bayón, FLACSO/Mexico, MEXICO
Trade Unions and the Privatisation of Telecommunications Sector: A
Comparative Perpective: Alexandre Ferraz, BRAZIL
Los estudios empresariales en América Latina: balance y alternativas:
Marcela Hernández Romo, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana,
MEXICO
Wal-Mart in Mexico: The limits of growth: Chris Tilly, Univ of
Massachusetts/Lowell
388 // LAT002 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 112
Place, Performance and Belonging: Latino/a Youth and
(Re)Constructions of Identity
Organizer : Frances Aparicio, Univ of Illinois/Chicago
Chair(s) : Frances Aparicio, Univ of Illinois/Chicago
The Steps of/in Struggle: Gentrifying Dance in Puerto Rican Chicago:
Frances Aparicio, Univ of Illinois/Chicago
Tradition, Performance and Identity: Youth Bomba Bands in Puerto Rico:
Carlos Alamo Pastrana, Univ of California/Santa Barbara
Public Texts, Private Selves: On Aesthetics and Belonging among U.S. Latina
Music Fans: Maria Elena Cepeda, Macalester College
"Ya no hay niños aquí, solamente perros": Disappearing Youth and the Battle
for Balanced Development in Chicago: Mérida Rúa, Williams College
Urban Spaces, Racial Configurations: Latinos, Latin Americans, and the
Convergences of Hemispheric Racial Orders in Newark, NJ: Ana Yolanda
Ramos, Rutgers University
389 // LAW004 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 3
Judicial Reform and Alternative Justice in Latin America: Evaluation of
Recent Experiences
Organizer : Linn Hammergren
Chair(s) : Linn Hammergren
Civil Society and Judicial Reform: How Women's Rights Organizations in
Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay Are Helping to Improve Judicial
Performance: Joseph Staats, University of California/Riverside, Teresa
Herrera Sormano, URUGUAY
Understanding Judicial Independence.The Cases of Argentina, Chile, and
Mexico: Julio Rios-Figueroa, New York University
Restorative Justice: A Vehicle for Reform?: L Lynette Parker, Prison
Fellowship International
390 // LCN002 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 205
Revisitando el XIX: nuevos acercamientos críticos
Organizer : Alicia Ríos, Universidad Simón Bolívar, VENEZUELA
Chair(s) : Alicia Ríos, Universidad Simón Bolívar, VENEZUELA
Los pardos en el proceso independentista venezolano: Alicia Ríos,
Universidad Simón Bolívar, VENEZUELA
Outside the Lettered City? Reflections on the Haitian Revolution and the
Emergence of Creole Cultures in the Caribbean: Sibylle Fischer, NYU and
Duke University
Bajo el reino de Tiberio: tacitismo, republicanismo y literatura en América
Latina: Richard Rosa, Stanford University
La escritura de la nación desde la violencia: María Elena Rueda, Stanford
University
LASA2004 - 43
FRIDAY / 12:00 pm - 1:45 pm
Producing Space in Aluísio Azevedo's "O Cortiço": Lúcia Sá, Stanford
University
El modo "Panorámico" de la historiografía: un arte visual para las masas:
Beatriz González-Stephan, Rice University
Discussant(s) : Julio Ramos, Univ of California/Berkeley
391 // LCO045 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Monaco Tower 13
The Post-Utopian Mexican Novel: 2000 and Beyond
Organizer : Kathleen Newman, University of Iowa
Chair(s) : Kathleen Newman, University of Iowa
La novela mexicana post-utópica: "El fin de la locura" (2003) de Jorge Volpi:
Cynthia Steele, University of Washington
El final del neoliberalismo: la utopía perdida en "Lejos del Paraíso" de
Sandro Cohen: Danny Anderson, University of Kansas
"La peor de todas, y por gusto": Diablo guardián de Xavier Velasco y las
tretas del fuerte: Brian Gollnick, University of Iowa
An Intimate Hell: Rosa Beltrán's "El paraiso que fuimos" (2002): Debra
Castillo, Cornell University
Discussant(s) : Rebecca Biron, University of Miami
392 // LCO048 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Monaco Tower 17
Poesía y políticas en el Caribe Hispano
Organizer : Juan Carlos Quintero-Herencia, Univ of Maryland/College Park
Chair(s) : Juan Carlos Quintero-Herencia, Univ of Maryland/College Park
El estómago de Palés Matos: Juan Carlos Quintero-Herencia, Univ of
Maryland/College Park
"Yo pienso, cuando me aterro": descarrilamientos del espacio nacional en la
obra poética de Angel Escobar: Francisco Morán, Southern Methodist
University
La táctica lábil del sujecto dominicano en "Yelidá": Néstor Rodríguez,
CANADA
Leer las islas: Pedro Salinas y los trópicos típicos: Lena Burgos-La Fuente,
New York University
Sílaba que silba: Poética y política de Servando Echeandía Colón: Noel
Luna, Univ de Puerto Rico/Río Piedras
Interrupción/Corta circuito: José Quiroga, Emory University
Discussant(s) : Rubén Ríos Avila, Univ de Puerto Rico/Río Piedras
393 // LCO055 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Monaco Tower 14
Tatuajes escriturales
Organizer : Cynthia Tompkins, Arizona State University
Chair(s) : Ester Gonzalez, Univ of Northern Colorado
La marca de la incertidumbre: grafito y tatuaje en "Carnaval de octubre y
Berk" de Luisa Futoransky: Ester Gonzalez, Univ of Northern Colorado
Implosión y grafito urbano en los textos de Alicia Borinsky: Miriam Balboa
Echeverría, Texas State University
La búsqueda de nuevos “simulacros”: María Cristina Burgueño, Marshall
University
Cuerpos esculpidos, tajeados, quemados e invadidos: Cynthia Tompkins,
Arizona State University
394 // LCO062 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 4
El regionalismo literario
Organizer : Maria Elva Echenique, University of Portland
Chair(s) : Maria Elva Echenique, University of Portland
Anthropology, Anthropophagy and the Vagina Dentata: Persephone Braham,
University of Delaware
Gendered Memories of Plantation Life: Teresa de la Parra’s “Memorias de
Mamá Blanca” and José Lins do Rego’s “Menino de Engenho”: Kelley
Swarthout, Colgate University
Mountains and Modernity: The Emergence of the Andean: Jorge Coronado,
Northwestern University
La otras caras de la nación: Intimas de Adela Zamudio: Maria Elva
Echenique, University of Portland
Horacio Quiroga and the Unbeaten Path: Steve Sloan, Texas Christian
University
Stories on the "Threshold": Madness and Liminality in Horacio Quiroga's
Narratives: Heidi Steele, Washington Univ/St Louis
395 // MAS004 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 207
Media & Politics
Organizer : María del Rosario Radakovich, Univ de la República, URUGUAY
Chair(s) : María del Rosario Radakovich, Univ de la República, URUGUAY
La alternativa pública de televisión en el Cono Sur: entre espejos y
espejismos: María del Rosario Radakovich, Univ de la República,
URUGUAY
Television and Neopopulism in Latin America: Media Effects in Brazil and
Peru: Taylor Boas, Univ of California/Berkeley
Nurturing Democracy: A Connective Model of the Press and Citizen
Participation in Mexico: Manuel Chavez, Michigan State University,
Paloma Bauer, Michigan State University
Mexico's New Media Policy from Salinas to Fox: Markus Schulz, New York
University
396 // MTG037 Other Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Top of the Riviera
North
La incorporación de la temática de la corrupción a programas de
educación ciudadana
Sponsor : Educación y Políticas Educativas Section
Organizer : Ruth (Maria) Sautu, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
397 // MTI011 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Grande Ballroom G
Transnational Networks and Development
Organizer : Katrina Burgess, Tufts University
Chair(s) : Katrina Burgess, Tufts University
Ser inmigrante no es igual para todos: Latinoamericanos en España: Maria
Luisa Mendez, University of Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM
The Five Ts of Central American and Caribbean Integration into the Global
Economy: Manuel Orozco, Inter-American Dialogue
Transnational Networks and Transformations in Cuba and Miami: Susan
Eckstein, Boston University
Indigenous Mexican Migrant Civil Society in the US: Jonathan Fox, Univ of
California/Santa Cruz
Discussant(s) : Katrina Burgess, Tufts University
398 // MTI020 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 211
The Transnational, the Informal, and Dangerous Relationships
Organizer : Lisa Maya Knauer, Univ of Massachusetts/Dartmouth
Chair(s) : Denise Brennan, Georgetown University
Elements of Cross Cultural Influences in the Professional Behavior of
Brazilian Executives in France: Virginia Guitel, Université de Paris IX
Dauphine, FRANCE
Cultura y cognición: sobre cómo las ideas se meten a la cabeza de las
personas: Tania Rodríguez Salazar, Universidad de Guadalajara, MEXICO
Hipótesis sobre el futuro: versiones sobre la Argentina y el mundo de los
jóvenes que quieren emigrar: Valeria Garrote, FLACSO/Argentina
The Risks and Violence of Migrating: Dominican Women in Europe and
Argentina: Denise Brennan, Georgetown University
Everyday Socialism and Consumer Capitalism in Special Period: Katherine
Gordy, Cornell University
Transnational Margins: Race, Remittances and Religion between Cuba and
Its Diaspora: Lisa Maya Knauer, Univ of Massachusetts/Dartmouth
The Politics of Brazilian and Ecuadorian Migrating Identities: "Cariocas"
and "Guayacos" in Transnational Focus: O. Hugo Benavides Verdesoto,
Fordham University, Bernadete Beserra, Universidade Federal do Ceará,
BRAZIL
399 // MTI028 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 210
Off the Migration Radar Screen: Lesser Known Migrations
Organizer : Daniel Reichman, Cornell University
Chair(s) : Daniel Reichman, Cornell University
A Case Study of Honduran/US Migration and its Significance to Theories of
Class: Daniel Reichman, Cornell University
Undocumented in Dixie: The New (Mexican) Immigration in the New South:
Ted Henken, CUNY/Baruch College
Peruvian Sheepherders in the American West: Carving History on Aspen
Trees: Pericles Leon, Univ of California/Santa Barbara
Recent Latin American Immigration to the Midwest: Patterns of
Discrimination and Prejudice: Antonio Menendez Alarcon, Butler
University
La inmigración árabe en México: Zidane Zeraoui, ITESM/Monterrey,
MEXICO
400 // POL033 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 111
Economic Development and Political Stability: Illusive Goals?
Sponsor : Beloit College
LASA2004 - 44
FRIDAY / 12:00 pm - 1:45 pm
Organizer : Pablo Toral, Beloit College
Chair(s) : Pablo Toral, Beloit College
Rethinking the Globalization of Business: Institutional Limits: Pablo Toral,
Beloit College, Rúber Díaz
Spanish Foreign Direct Investment in Latin America: A Strategy for Reducing
Conflict with the US: Carlos Seiglie, Rutgers and Columbia Universities
Corporate Governance in Latin America: Luis Rivera-Batiz, McGill and
Columbia Universities, CANADA
Incorporation and Development in the Work of Hernando de Soto: Enrique
Pumar, William Paterson University
Economic Performance: A Comparative Analysis of Spain, Argentina, Chile,
and Venezuela: Félix Martín, Florida International University
From Contention to Coordination: The Strategies of Economic Actors:
Sebastian Royo, Suffolk University
Rethinking Sustainability in Latin America: Culture, Economics, Politics:
David Callejo-Pérez, University of Nebraska/Lincoln
Discussant(s) : Carlos Quenan, Univ Paris Sorbonne/Paris IV, FRANCE
401 // POL036 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 212
El rol de las universidades en el desarollo de las iniciativas locales.
Organizer : Gloria Bonilla-Santiago, Rutgers University
Chair(s) : Michael Lang, Rutgers Univ/Camden
El Centro de Estudios de Administración Pública de la Universidad de La
Habana y su trabajo con el gobierno de la ciudad: Lourdes Tabares Neyra,
Universidad de La Habana, CUBA
Nuevos paradigmas en la administración pública y los retos para la
formación de directivos en Cuba: Milagros Elena Martinez Reinosa,
Universidad de La Habana, CUBA
Discussant(s) : Michael Lang, Rutgers Univ/Camden
402 // RAE004 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 208
Modernidad y resistencia: construcciones de lo "mestizo" y lo "indígena"
en América Latina
Organizer : Elizabeth Monasterios, University of Pittsburgh
Chair(s) : Ricardo Kaliman, Universidad de Tucuman/CONICET,
ARGENTINA
Entre los ancestros y la constitución: trayectoria de las identidades etnicas en
el noroeste argentino: Ricardo Kaliman, Universidad de
Tucuman/CONICET, ARGENTINA
Identidad y autogestión indígena: un proyecto educativo en el norte
argentino: Cecilia Carrizo, University of Pittsburgh
Educación indígena: políticas de etnocidio cultural y linguístico en México:
Emilio Del Valle, Penn State University
Intelectuales y Discurso: Una aproximación a las categorías "mestizo" e
"indio" en los Andes: Lucia Reyes de Deu, SUNY/Stony Brook
Video Indígena Boliviano: Otra forma de contar la historia: Celina Ibazeta,
SUNY/Stony Brook
Discussant(s) : Hermann Herlinghaus, University of Pittsburgh
403 // ROR009 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 209
Religious Transformations in Guatemala I: Varieties of Traditional,
Catholic, and Neotraditional Belief and Practice
Organizer : John Hawkins, Brigham Young University
Chair(s) : John Hawkins, Brigham Young University
"There is More Envy Now,”: The Revival of Private Client Healing in K’iche’
Maya Shamanistic Practice: John Hawkins, Brigham Young University
“Come Now!”: K’iche’ Maya Traditional Shamanic Ceremony and
Cosmology: Winston Scott, University of Utah
Cofradía Tradition and Protestantism in Santa Catarina Ixtahuacan, a Maya
Community in Guatemala: Clayton Larson, Tulane University
“The Church Protects Us”: Catholic Symbolism in Antigua Santa Catarina
Ixtahuacá: John Edvalson, Brigham Young University
Balance of the Fire: Maya Spirituality in Ixtahuacan, Guatemala: Frederick
Hanselmann, Brigham Young University
Discussant(s) : Walter Adams, Brigham Young University
404 // SEC000 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 204
The 1804 Haitian Revolution and Politics in the Hemisphere Since
Sponsor : Haiti Section
Organizer : Henry (Chip) Carey, Georgia State Univ
Chair(s) : Dennis Hidalgo, Adelphi University, and Henry (Chip) Carey,
Georgia State Univ
Discussant(s) : Emelio Betances, Gettysburg College, Jonathan Hartlyn
405 // SEC009 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 5
Central American Democratization
Sponsor : Central America Section
Organizer : Vilma Fuentes
Chair(s) : Vilma Fuentes
Democracy and Decentralization in Honduras: Evaluating the Progress since
1990: Vilma Fuentes
Democratization in Central America: Civil Society, the Judiciary and the
Rule of Law in Nicaragua and Costa Rica: Lee Walker, University of
Kentucky
Parties in Nicaraguan Democratic Transition: The Contribution of PreDemocratic Parties to a New Democracy: Leslie Anderson, University of
Florida
Popular and Indigenous Resistances in Central America: Carleen Sanchez,
California State Univ/Northridge
Civil Society and the Construction of a Democratic Republic in Guatemala:
Marco Fonseca, University of Toronto, CANADA
Discussant(s) : Rose Spalding, DePaul University
406 // SEC026 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 6
Globalization, Health, and Development in Ecuador
Sponsor : Ecuadorian Studies Section
Organizer : William Waters, George Washington University
Chair(s) : William Waters, George Washington University
Globalization and Epidemiological Overlap in 21st Century Ecuador:
William Waters, George Washington University
The Failure of Incorporating Peasants into the State: The Case of Seguro
Social Campesino: Ximena Sosa-Buchholz
New Threats to Seguro Social Campesino: Gregory Buchholz, Missouri
Southern State University
New Trends in Nutritional Transformation in Ecuador: Wilma Freire, Pan
American Health Organization
Globalizing Public Health: Tuberculosis in Ecuadorian Transmigrant
Communities: Jason Pribilsky, Whitman College
Discussant(s) : Scott McKinney, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
407 // SEC033 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 1
Mujeres transitando el mundo global: migraciones femeninas al prinipio
del siglo XXI
Sponsor : Gender Section
Organizer : Elizabeth Maier Hirsch, El Colegio de la Fronta Norte, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Elizabeth Maier Hirsch, El Colegio de la Fronta Norte, MEXICO
Negociando El Ser: narrativas en tránsito: Elizabeth Maier Hirsch, El Colegio
de la Fronta Norte, MEXICO
Inmigración femenina latinoamericana en Estados Unidos y en Europa:
factores estructurales en la elección del camino migratorio: Sara Poggio,
Univ of Maryland/Baltimore
Las redes sociales y las transiciones migratorias de las familias en la
migración hacia Estados Unidos. El caso de la ZMG: Ofelia Woo, Univ de
Guadalajara, MEXICO, Patricia Arias, Universidad de Guadalajara,
MEXICO
Mujeres inmigrantes en Alemania y sus relaciones de género: Sandra GrunerDominic, GERMANY
Outsider Body: Sexuality and Ethnicity of Latina Immigrants. A Comparative
Cultural Analysis through Contemporary Cinema in USA and Spain:
Inmaculada Alvarez, Tulane University
La migración dominicana en España: Gregorio Gil Carmen
408 // SEC057 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 115
New Trends in Latino/a and Latin American Video and Film
Sponsor : Film Studies Section
Organizer : Karin Weyland, INTEC, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Chair(s) : Victoria Ruetalo, University of Alberta, CANADA
The City Which is Not One. Fragmentation and Dislocation in Latin
American Contemporary Cinema: Maite Villoria Nolla, Univ of Plymouth,
UNITED KINGDOM
Bread and Roses: Latinos y Latinoamericanos en el cine americano: Elina
Tranchini, Universidad de La Plata, ARGENTINA
Latino/USA Immigration Films: Alfredo Fernandez, Texas A&M University
Discussant(s) : Isabel Arredondo, Plattsburgh State University
LASA2004 - 45
FRIDAY / 2:00 pm - 3:45 pm
Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm
409 // AGR004 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 202
Repensando política agrícola
Organizer : Bruno Amoroso, Federico Caffe Centre, DENMARK
Chair(s) : Rita Schwentesius Rindermann, CIESTAAM, MEXICO
Inseguridad alimentaria y pobreza: Blanca Rosa Pampín Balado, ANEC,
CUBA
Tucan y agricultura: lecciones de México: Rita Schwentesius Rindermann,
CIESTAAM, MEXICO
The European Union Common Agricultural Policy: The Economic and Social
Sustainability of the Reform: Andrea Gallina, Federico Caffe Centre,
DENMARK, Bruno Amoroso, Federico Caffe Centre, DENMARK
La economía mexicana después de 10 años del TLCAN y reflexiones sobre la
agricultura: José Luis Calva Tellez, UNAM, MEXICO
Implicaciones de los cambios de las políticas agrícolas de Estados Unidos y
la Unión Europea sobre las políticas agrícolas de México: Juan de Dios
Trujillo Félix, Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa, MEXICO
Los nuevos instrumentos de la política agropecuaria: la inocuidad
alimentaria: Belem Avendaño Ruiz, MEXICO, Rita Schwentesius
Rindermann, CIESTAAM, MEXICO
Discussant(s) : Sonia Lugo Morones, MEXICO
410 // ART003 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 115
Placing the Nation in an International Frame: Mexican Painting,
Patronage, and the Antinomy of Cosmopolitan Nationalism (19201945)
Organizer : Jeffrey Belnap, Zayed University, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Chair(s) : Jeffrey Belnap, Zayed University, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Anti-Fascism in the Arts: "Frente a frente" and "New Masses" in the 1930s:
Peter Stern, Univ of Massachusetts/Amherst
Orozco's Promethean Gift and the Discourse of Anti-Imperialism: David
Craven, Univ of New Mexico/Albuquerque
International Nationalism: The Contemporáneos and Debates on 1930s
Mexican Cultural Nationalism: Robin Adele Greeley, University of
Connecticut
Psychological Warfare: Cultural Exchange between the US and Latin
America during World War II: Catha Paquette, California State Univ/Long
Beach
Visualizing Hemispheric Totalities: Rivera and Covarrubias at the San
Francisco International Exhibition (1939-40): Jeffrey Belnap, Zayed
University, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
411 // CIT008 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 107
Modern Mexican Architecture: Revolution by Design?
Organizer : Patrice Olsen, Illinois State University
Chair(s) : Patrice Olsen, Illinois State University
Tentative Giants: The Aesthetic and Political Content of Mexico City's First
Skyscrapers: Patrice Olsen, Illinois State University
Desarrollo urbano arquitectónico en la provincia mexicana de la
posrevolución: Carlos Lira, Univ Autónoma Metro Azcapotzalco,
MEXICO
Alberto T. Arai y la búsqueda entre modernidad y nacionalismo: Francisco
Santos Zertuche, Univ Autónoma Metro Azcapotzalco, MEXICO
La arquitectura olímpica de 1968 en la ciudad de México: una evaluación:
Ariel Rodríguez Kuri, El Colegio de México, MEXICO
Discussant(s) : Carlos Lira, Univ Autónoma Metro Azcapotzalco, MEXICO
412 // CTM007 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 101
Globalización y metropolis en el cine hispanoamericano alrededor del
Milenio.
Organizer : Gonzalo Navajas, Univ of California/Irvine
Chair(s) : Ernesto Silva, Univ of California/Irvine
Globalización y metropolis en el nuevo cine hispano: Ernesto Silva, Univ of
California/Irvine
La teoría de la globalización desde una perspectiva barbárica en Tosca: la
verdadera historia, de Iván Feo: Lucy Morris, Univ of California/Irvine
Política y neoliberalismo en el entusiasmo de Ricardo Larrain: Salvador
Velazco, Claremont College
Exilio voluntario y sublimación en "Mecánicas Celestes de Fina Torres," y
"Dois perdidos uma noite suja" de José Joffily: Oscar Gonzalez Barreto,
University of California/Irvine
413 // CTM009 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 114
The Politics of Affect in Contemporary Cultural Production
Organizer : Laura Podalsky, Ohio State University
Chair(s) : Laura Podalsky, Ohio State University
Affect, Politics and the Neo-Liberal Moment: Laura Podalsky, Ohio State
University
Afecto, memoria, identidad: H.I.J.O.S. en la Argentina del posgenocidio:
Francisco Villena Garrido, Ohio State University
Aparte: Sentimentalizing Spectatorship: Victoria Ruetalo, University of
Alberta, CANADA
Rage, Despair and the Language of Violence in Latin American Cinema:
Cristina Venegas, Univ of California/Santa Barbara
414 // CUL014 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 116
Ethics, Political Economy, and Society in the Thought of Enrique Dussel
Organizer : Mario Sáenz, Le Moyne College
Chair(s) : Mario Sáenz, Le Moyne College
From Dialectics to Analectics: Globalization, Dependency Theory, and
Marxism in Dussel's Thought: Mario Sáenz, Le Moyne College
Enrique Dussel and James Tully:Epistemological Differences and Political
Effects: Lynda Lange, University of Toronto/Scarborough, CANADA
Dussel, Marx y la Liberación Latinoamericana. (Ethics, Political Economy,
and Society in the Thought of Enrique Dussel): Orlando Florián Cuetú,
Centro Universitario Guantánamo, CUBA
Dussel's Contributions to the Ethical Turn: Ethics, Economics, and
Geopolitics: Nelson Maldonado-Torres, Univ of California/Berkeley
415 // DEM010 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 103
Cambios y Continuidades en la Relaciones entre la Sociedad Civil y el
Estado en la era neoliberal: nuevas formas de interpretación
Organizer : Alberto Olvera, Universidad Veracruzana, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Evelina Dagnino, Universidade de Campinas, BRAZIL
Las relaciones entre Estado y Sociedad Civil en América Latina hoy dia y
como (re)pensarlas: Evelina Dagnino, Universidade de Campinas,
BRAZIL
Trayectorias y redes de articulacion entre la sociedad civil y la sociedad
política: Aldo Panfichi, Universidad Católica del Perú, PERU
Espacios públicos, innovación democrática y aprendizaje participativo en
América Latina: Leonardo Avritzer, Univ Federal de Minas Gerais,
BRAZIL
Los efectos del ajuste neoliberal y de la democracia de baja intensidad en las
formas del asociacionismo y en los patrones de acción colectiva en
América Latina: Alberto Olvera, Universidad Veracruzana, MEXICO
Discussant(s) : Philip Oxhorn, McGill University, CANADA
416 // DEM022 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 110
Public Opinion and Political Institutions in Latin America
Organizer : Barry Levitt, Emory University
Chair(s) : Chappell Lawson, MIT
Avances para un catálogo lego de situaciones corruptas: Luciano Brom, Inst
de Invest Gino Germani, ARGENTINA
Dissatisfied Democrats: The “Confidence Gap” and the Macro-/MicroFoundations of Delegative Democracy: Barry Levitt, Emory University,
Paul Gronke, Reed College
Presidential Influence on Public Opinion in Latin America: Carole Wilson,
University of Texas/Dallas
Uribe’s Presidential Approval Ratings: Jennifer Holmes, University of
Texas/Dallas
Public Opinion, Presidents’ Choices and Congressional Action in Brazil:
Who’s the Leader?: Lucio Renno, University of Pittsburgh, Carlos Pereira,
BRAZIL
417 // ECO010 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 201
Inequalities in Latin America
Sponsor : Social Science Research Council
Organizer : Eric Hershberg, SSRC
Chair(s) : Eric Hershberg, SSRC
Unfulfilled Promises: Distribution and Democracy in Latin America:
Annabella España Nájera, University of Notre Dame, Mariana Sousa,
University of Notre Dame
Paradoxical Inequalities: Social Science, Social Forces and Institutions in
Latin America: Jeremy Adelman, Princeton University
Durable Inequalities in Latin America: Old Problem, New Perspectives: Paul
Gootenberg, SUNY/Stony Brook
LASA2004 - 46
FRIDAY / 2:00 pm - 3:45 pm
The Lopsided Continent: Inequality in Latin America: Miguel Centeno,
Princeton University, Kelly Hoffman, Princeton University
Mecanismos para contrarrestar la desigualdad: que ha faltado en América
Latina?: Luis Reygadas, Univ Metropolitana/Iztapalapa, MEXICO
Discussant(s) : Eric Hershberg, SSRC
421 // FEA012 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Grande Ballroom E
The Pursuit of Justice for Human Rights Crimes in Chile, A Special
Presentation by Judge Juan Guzman Tapia
Organizer : Peter Kornbluh, National Security Archive
Presenter: Juan Guzman Tapia, CHILE
418 // ECO028 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 212
Development Agency in Latin America: The State, NGOs, and
Communities
Organizer : Alberto García, California State Univ/Northridge
Chair(s) : Alberto García, California State Univ/Northridge
If We Build It Will They Come? New Trends and the Role of the State in the
Making of a Tourism Industry, Peru and Chile: Christopher Tamborini,
University of Texas/Austin
Neo-Liberal Globalization: The Fading Sovereignty of the State in Central
America: Alberto García, California State Univ/Northridge
Who Does the Model Work for?: Tourism, Free Trade Zones, and Community
Development in the Dominican Republic: Katherine Reagan, Tulane
University
Neighborhood Activists or Micro-Entrepreneurs? Popular Sector Women’s
Organizations, NGOs and Neoliberal Policy in Quito, Ecuador: Rachel
Stifter, University of Texas/Austin
Experiencias innovadoras para el desarrollo en el contexto de las reformas
económicas en Cuba: José Ramón Neira Milián, Universidad de Sancti
Spiritus, CUBA
Dame Pisto: Debt and Development as a Way of Life in Rural Guatemala:
Sarah Lyon, Emory University
422 // GEN005 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Top of the Riviera South
Brazilian Feminist Studies in the Americas: Crosscurrents/Crosstalks
Organizer : Claudia Costa, UFSC, BRAZIL
Chair(s) : Sonia Alvarez, Univ of California/Santa Cruz
Estudos de gênero no Brasil: desenvolvimentos recentes: Bila Sorj, UFRJ,
BRAZIL
Re-visiting Anthropologists' Contributions for Brazilian Feminist and Gender
Studies: Adriana Piscitelli, UNICAMP, BRAZIL
Beyond Mirrors and Shadows: Notes on the Brazilian Modes of Feminist
Criticism: Rita Schmidt, UFRGS, BRAZIL
The Traffic and Translation of Feminist Theories in Brazilian Feminist
Studies: Claudia Costa, UFSC, BRAZIL
Theorizing the Practice of Women’s Movements in Brazil: Millie Thayer, U
Mass/Amherst
Theorizing Violence against Women: Debates and Contributions from
Brazilian Feminist Studies: Cecilia Santos, University of San Francisco
Discussant(s) : Teresa Caldeira, Univ of California/Irvine, Simone Schmidt,
Univ Federal de Santa Catarina, BRAZIL
419 // EDU006 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 3
Educación superior y trabajo
Organizer : Angeles Valle Flores, Univ Nacional Autónoma de México,
MEXICO
Chair(s) : Angeles Valle Flores, Univ Nacional Autónoma de México,
MEXICO
Estrategias para la formación y desarrollo de investigadores sociales: Lidia
Fernandez, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
El valor de la escolaridad universitaria en México en la inserción y
posicionamiento laboral de sus egresados: el caso de un grupo de
administradores de la UNAM: Angeles Valle Flores, Univ Nacional
Autónoma de México, MEXICO
Trayectorias laborales de los físicos egresados de la UNAM: Concepción
Barrón Tirado, Univ Nacional Autónoma de México, MEXICO
El empleo y desempeño laboral del técnico superior egresado de la
Universidad Tecnológica. Una aproximación a su estudio: Estela Ruíz
Larraguivel, Univ Nacional Autónoma de México, MEXICO
Productive Restructuring and Professional Education in Contemporary
Brazil: The Case of the Superior Institutes of Technology: Donaaldo Bello
de Souza, UERJ, BRAZIL
La reestructuración y privatización de la empresa siderúrgica(SIDOR) en
Venezuela. Su impacto en el empleo de personal calificado: Esther Gamus,
Universidad Central de Venezuela, VENEZUELA
Utilidad social de la investigación en la temática de trabajo de universitarios:
Leticia Fernández Berdaguer, Universidad Nacional de La Plata,
ARGENTINA
420 // ENV002 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 113
A Flood of Controversy: Water in Latin America
Organizer : Samual Sanford, University of Arizona
Chair(s) : Katharine Meehan, University of Arizona
Women, Water, and Drought in el Quiché, Guatemala: Katharine Meehan,
University of Arizona
Contested Waters: The Struggle for Democratic Governance in the Water
Sector. Some Lessons from Latin America, Africa, and Europe: José Castro,
St Anthony's College, UNITED KINGDOM
Reform towards Collaborative Governance of Water in Brazil: Understanding
Change within Change: Andrea Ballestero, University of Michigan
Use of Traditional and Scientific Knowledge Within the Participatory
Decision-Making Committes of the Itajaí Watershed Brazil: Diana Seales,
University of Michigan
Reform and Response: Urban Water Policy in a Nicaraguan Context: Samual
Sanford, University of Arizona
Discussant(s) : Diana Liverman, Univ of Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM
423 // GEN009 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Grande Ballroom F
Sex and Love in Nicaragua
Organizer : Victoria González-Rivera, Univ of California/San Francisco
Chair(s) : Turid Hagene, Oslo University College, NORWAY
Negotiating Love in Post-Revolutionary Nicaragua: Turid Hagene, Oslo
University College, NORWAY
Remembering La Caimana: Homosexuality in Nicaraguans' Contemporary
Memories of the Somoza Dictatorship: Victoria González-Rivera, Univ of
California/San Francisco
Sex and Love, Gender and Rights in Nicaragua: The Women's Network
against Violence in Advocacy and Mobilization: Nadine Jubb, York
University CERLAC, NICARAGUA
Disciplining a Generation: Sexuality, Gendered Violence and Revolution in
Nicaragua, 1959-1979: Francisco Barbosa
La voz de la otredad. Otras voces en la literatura nicaragüense: Héctor
Avellán, NICARAGUA
Forever and Fiel: Romancing Commitment and Homoerotic Politics in
Neoliberal Nicaragua: Cymene Howe, San Francisco State University
Discussant(s) : Erick Blandon, Arkansas Tech University
424 // GEN011 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Grande Ballroom H
Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Globalization and Gender (Dis)Order
Organizer : Elizabeth Iglesias, Edinboro University
Chair(s) : Esther Gottlieb, Ohio State University
¿Qué esperamos las mujeres de la globalización?: Norma Vasallo,
Universidad de La Habana, CUBA
(An)Other View: Objects in Mirror are Different than They Appear: Amanda
Frantz- Mamani, Edinboro University
To Be or Not (In)visible, América Indígena and the Globalizing Gaze: Carlos
Mamani, Gannon University
Género y globalización: Un análisis ético: Ofelia Schutte, University of South
Florida
Impactos de la globalización: jefatura femenina de hogar y pobreza: Maria
del Carmen Zabala, Universidad de La Habana, CUBA
Discussant(s) : Max Azicri, Edinboro University
425 // GEN034 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 8
Gender Conflicts in Latin American Politics
Organizer : Karen Kampwirth, Knox College
Chair(s) : Tricia Gray
Las mujeres y el nuevo contexto de políticas para el campo. Mujeres que
producen en Michoacán, México: Eduardo Santiago, Colegio de
Michoacan, MEXICO
First and Second Wave Antifeminism: Mexico in Comparative Perspective:
Karen Kampwirth, Knox College
Gender Conflicts over Land Privatization in Rural Nicaragua: Lynn Horton,
Chapman University
The Marriage of Policy and Reality: The Struggle for a Divorce Law in Chile:
Tricia Gray
LASA2004 - 47
FRIDAY / 2:00 pm - 3:45 pm
426 // HIS024 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 105
Facing the State: State (De)Formation in Mexico and Peru, 1930-1950
Organizer : Ben Fallaw, Colby College
Chair(s) : David Nugent, Colby College
The 1930 Agrarian Census in Mexico: Agronomists, Middle Politics, and the
Negotiation of Data Collection: Michael Ervin, Central Washington
University
Governmentality "From Below": Moral Regulation and State Formation in/on
the Peruvian Margins: David Nugent, Colby College
Uncivil Society: Catholics and the Postrevolutionary State in Chihuahua,
Guanajuato, and Zacatecas (Mexico) 1930-1940: Ben Fallaw, Colby
College
Pillar of the State: The Formation of Mexican Intelligence, 1938-1954: Aaron
Navarro, Harvard University
Ambiguous Missionaries: Rural Teachers and Unwanted States, Mexico 19301950: Paul Gillingham, Oxford University, UNITED KINGDOM
State Expansion and Its Impact on Official-Civil Relations in Cajamarca,
1930-1950: Lewis Taylor, University of Liverpool, UNITED KINGDOM
Discussant(s) : Terry Rugeley, University of Oklahoma
427 // HIS028 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 106
Orality, Writing and Memory: New Perspectives
Organizer : José Jouve-Martín, McGill University, CANADA
Chair(s) : José Jouve-Martín, McGill University, CANADA
The "Laicacota Rebellion" of the 1660s in the Southern Andes: Old and New
Interpretations: Nicanor Domínguez, Prescott College
“Sepa vuestra merced”: la comunidad negra de Lima y la cultura notarial en
el siglo XVII: José Jouve-Martín, McGill University, CANADA
Mnemotechnics in Contention: Khipus of "Indios Infieles" in an Encomendero
Restitution Trial (Charkas, 1551): Thomas Abercrombie, New York
University
La escritura y la fotografía como tecnologías contracoloniales: José Rabasa,
Univ of California/Berkeley
Second-Sight: Theorizing from an Indigenous Subject Position: Joanne
Rappaport, Georgetown University
The Mnemonic Fallacy in Khipu Studies: Rethinking Orality and Literacy:
Galen Brokaw, SUNY/Buffalo
428 // INT008 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 204
North America’s Second Decade
Organizer : Robert Pastor, American University
Chair(s) : David Stemper, American University
Fortress North America? The Politics of Mexican Border Control Policies
after September 11th: Laura Macdonald, Carleton University, CANADA
A New Governance for North America: Ma. Isabel Studer Noguez, FLACSO,
MEXICO
North American Cultural Convergence?: Stephen Randall, CANADA
The North American Economies After One Decade of NAFTA: Robert Blecker,
American University
A Continental Curriculum: Erik Lee, Univ of California/San Diego
A North American Community: Its Premise and Prospects: Robert Pastor,
American University
429 // INT010 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 203
Seguridad Humana en América Latina: desafíos y vulnerabilidades
Organizer : Claudia Fuentes, FLACSO/Chile, CHILE
Chair(s) : Claudia Fuentes, FLACSO/Chile, CHILE
Seguridad Humana y Seguridad Nacional: Relaciones conceptuales y
prácticas: Claudia Fuentes, FLACSO/Chile, CHILE
Matriz de seguridad humana: una herramienta interdisciplinaria para el
análisis de riesgos: Paz Buttedahl, Royal Roads University, CANADA
Seguridad humana y democrática en Centroamérica: piedras angulares para
construir la democracia en Paz: Víctor Valle, Univ for Peace, COSTA
RICA
La seguridad nacional de México: concepto amplio de seguridad y el Pan
Nacional de Desarrollo 2001-2006: María Cristina Rosas, UNAM,
MEXICO
Discussant(s) : Jaime Garreta, SER en el 2000, ARGENTINA
430 // LAB003 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 108
Hegemony and Class Relations in Latin America: Disputing the PostHegemony Thesis
Organizer : Leigh Binford, Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Leigh Binford, Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, MEXICO
A Hegemony-influenced Analysis of Post-Hegemony: Leigh Binford,
Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, MEXICO
Crisis and Hegemony among Coffee Producers in Central Veracruz: Ricardo
Macip, Univ Autónoma de Puebla, MEXICO
The Hegemony of Heritage: Urban Development, Class and Power in Puebla,
Mexico: Nancy Churchill, Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, MEXICO
Memoria y hegemonia: biografías del poder en la modernidad neoliberal:
Francisco Gómez, Univ Autónoma de Puebla, MEXICO
The School of America: Military Training, Class Differentiation and
Internationalization of US Power: Lesley Gill, American University
Water, Conflict and Hegemony in the Tehuacan Valley, Mexico: Elizabeth
Fitting, New School University, CANADA
Discussant(s) : Gavin Smith, University of Toronto, CANADA
431 // LAT001 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 207
Latino Immigrants in the US Since 9/11
Organizer : Michele Waslin, National Council of La Raza
Chair(s) : Michele Waslin, National Council of La Raza
Immmigration Reform: Comprehensive Solutions for Complex Problems:
Michele Waslin, National Council of La Raza
Impacts of 9/11 on US-Mexican Migration Reform Negotiations: Wayne
Cornelius, Univ of California/San Diego
Post 9/11 State Law Reform Efforts: The States' Role in (Un) Welcoming
Latino/a Immigrants: Sylvia Lazos, Univ of Nevada/Lasa Vegas
9/11's Impact on State Budgets and the Latino Community: Gabriela Lemus,
LULAC
(Terror)izing Latina/o Immigrants: Transnational Politics and Immigrant
Rights Post 9/11: Anna Christina Sampaio, University of Colorado/Denver
Discussant(s) : Frank Bean, Univ of California/Irvine
432 // LAW006 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 210
Police, Violence, Emergency Powers and Democracy in Latin America
Organizer : Arturo Alvarado, COLMEX, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Arturo Alvarado, COLMEX, MEXICO
State of Emergency in Newly Formed Democracies Peru 1980-1990: Silvia
Arispe Bazan, PERU
Police and Police Reform in Mexico City: Arturo Alvarado, COLMEX,
MEXICO
Police Reform and Police Organizational Culture in Peru: Elisabeth Acha,
Pontificia Univ Católica del Peru, PERU
Collective Violence in Post-Conflict Guatemala: Understanding Lynch Mobs:
Carlos Mendoza, University of Notre Dame
433 // LCN007 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 7
Construcción de discursos nacionales en Latinoamérica en el siglo XIX
Organizer : Ana Moraña, Shippensburg University
Chair(s) : Ana Moraña, Shippensburg University
Textual Circuits of the Eighteenth-Century Archive in New Spain: Boturini,
Veytia and the Archivo de Chapúltepec: David Slade, Emory University
El papel de la pedagogía en la construcción nacional. Reflexiones a través de
la novela "Juvenilia" (1884), de Miguel Cané: Ana Moraña, Shippensburg
University
"El pueblo es poeta": Notions of Past, Present and Literary Patriotism in Juan
León Mera (Nociones de Pasado, Presente y Patriotismo Literario en Juan
León Mera): Eileen Willingham, University of Iowa
Hegemonía y canción: los himnos nacionales: María Fernanda Lander,
Washington University/St. Louis
Escritura autobiográfica y sujetos modernos: Fernando Unzueta, Ohio State
University
El asesinato de Ángel Vicente Peñaloza, el último caudillo de la federación
argentina: memoria popular, invención histórica y "Bandidaje": Carlos
Rodríguez-McGill, University of Michigan/Dearborn
Discussant(s) : Alvaro Kaempfer, University of Richmond
434 // LCO010 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 205
Cartografias narrativas/historias espaciales I: recorridos argentinos
Organizer : Laura Demaría, Univ of Maryland/College Park
Chair(s) : Laura Demaría, Univ of Maryland/College Park
End of Empire: Tierra del Fuego: Silvia Nagy-Zekmi, Villanova University
LASA2004 - 48
FRIDAY / 2:00 pm - 3:45 pm
Mapas provinciales, mapas nacionales: revisiones del llamado "Interior" y
del "Colonialismo interno": Laura Demaría, Univ of Maryland/College
Park
Catálogo, colección y colonialismo interno: la "Descripción de la Patagonia"
de Thomas Falkner (1774): Alvaro Fernández Bravo, Univ de San
Andrés/CONICET, ARGENTINA
Apuntes para una teoría del vacío: Ernesto Livon-Grosman, Boston College
Identidades culturales: Buenos Aires y la distorsión de la ciudad moderna:
Carina González, Univ of Maryland/College Park
Regionalismo y representación cultural en las Selecciones Folklóricas Codex
(1965-1966): Angel Tuninetti, Lebanon Valley College
Discussant(s) : Jens Andermann, Birkbeck College, UNITED KINGDOM
435 // LCO040 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 17
Juegos sobre el cuerpo: redefiniciones escriturares en la literatura
contemporánea
Organizer : Zenaida Madurka, SUNY/Old Westburg
Chair(s) : Amy Alexander, Stanford University
Pornografía y humor: Zoé Valdés y la estrategia erótico-absurda: Clara
Albertengo, Georgetown University
Mirrors, Nudes, and Bullets in Ferré's "Isolda en el espejo.": Amy Alexander,
Stanford University
Tatuajes, perlanas y dietas: Transformando el cuerpo masculino en "El rey de
la Habana" de Pedro Juan Gutiérrez: Pedro Koo, Southwest Missouri State
Univ
Instanración de una linea egregia patriótica femenina: Gertrudis Gómez de
Avellaneda en textos de Dulce María Loynaz: Zenaida Madurka,
SUNY/Old Westburg
Cuerpo erótico y musical en "Púrpura profundo" y "La última noche que pasé
contigo" de Mayra Montero: Jorge Rosario-Velez, Long Island Univ/CW
Post
Discussant(s) : Pedro Koo, Southwest Missouri State Univ
436 // LCO049 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 13
Entre velas y velos: espiritualidad y movimientos mesiánicos en la
(de)construcción del discurso nacional en el Caribe
Organizer : Sara María Rivas, Univ of Illinois/Urbana-Champaign
Chair(s) : Kathy León, St. Ambrose University
Limón Blues y La flota negra. Historia, testimonio, ficción de contenido
afrolatino en la narrativa actual: Sonia Riquelme, Southwestern University
La búsqueda del espíritu puertorriqueño: religión, espiritismo y nación en la
obra de Luisa Capetillo: Kathy León, St. Ambrose University
"El espíritu de la época es mercantil": The Lack of Spirituality and the Spirit
of Excess in the (de)formation of La Habana through Pedro Juan
Gutierrez's Trilogia Sucia de La Habana: Irune del Rio Gabiola, Univ of
Illinois/Urbana-Champaign
Puerto Rico en duelo: Fin de un movimiento mesiánico: Sara María Rivas,
Univ of Illinois/Urbana-Champaign
Recordando el pasado, forjando el futuro: los orishas y otras deidades en la
formación de la nación colombiana en la novelística de Manuel Zapata
Olivella: Alain Lawo-Sukam, Univ of Illinois/Urbana-Champaign
Optando por lo fantástico: magia, religión y revisión cultural en la narrativa
cultural de Daína Chaviano y Mayra Montero: Daynalí Flores Rodríguez,
Univ of Illinois/Urbana-Champaign
Discussant(s) : Marc Zimmerman, University of Houston
437 // LCO065 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 4
La cronica literaria: Carpentier, Poniatowska, Monsivais, Lemebel
Organizer : Amanda Holmes, McGill University, CANADA
Chair(s) : Amanda Holmes, McGill University, CANADA
Crónica literaria y memoria colectiva en "La noche de Tlatelolco" de Elena
Poniatowska: Claudia Caisso, Univ Nacional de Rosario, ARGENTINA
When Push Comes to Shove: The Crowd in Carlos Monsivais's "Los rituales
del caos": Amanda Holmes, McGill University, CANADA
A Word for Every Street Corner: Pedro Lemebel's View of the Other in Essays
on the Postmodern City: Krzysztof Kulawik, Central Michigan University
"Tengo miedo torero," de Pedro Lemebel: Redes micropolíticas y la ficción
paranoica: Andrea Valenzuela
Carpentier revisitado: crónicas desconocidas (1928-1929): Ricardo Luis
Hernández Otero, CITMA, CUBA
438 // MTG034 non-LASA Board/Committee Meeting Friday 2:00 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 16
Reunión de la Asociación de Paraguayistas
Sponsor : Association of Paraguayanists
Organizer : Tracy Lewis, SUNY/Oswego
439 // MTG040 Other Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 111
Special Ford Foundation Award for Argentine Research Journals
Sponsor : Ford Foundation
Organizer : Diego Armus, Swarthmore College
440 // MTG054 Luncheon Meeting Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco
Tower 15
Cuban Studies, Editorial Board Meeting
Sponsor : University of Pittsburgh Press/Cuban Studies
Organizer : Louis Pérez, University of North Carolina
441 // MTI002 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 211
Transnational Migration, Nation and State in the Americas
Organizer : Beth Baker-Cristales, California State Univ/Los Angeles
Chair(s) : Beth Baker-Cristales, California State Univ/Los Angeles
The “Below” from “Above”: Transnational Ties and National Memberships
within Migration from El Salvador to the United States: Susan Bibler
Coutin, University of California/Irvine
Salvadoran and Guatemalan State Policies Toward Their Emigrant
Populations in Los Angeles: Eric Popkin, Colorado College
A New Form of Diaspora Politics and its Consequences: The Transnational
Politics of the Mexican Diaspora: Patricia Hamm, Iowa State University
Latin American Transnationalisms: Canada as a Context of Reception: Luin
Goldring, York University, CANADA
Global Governmentality: Civil Society and State in a Transnational Context:
Beth Baker-Cristales, California State Univ/Los Angeles
442 // POL026 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 104
Rational Dependency: Explaining Development and Underdevelopment
in Latin America
Organizer : Daniel Nielson, Brigham Young University
Chair(s) : Daniel Nielson, Brigham Young University
Democracy, Dictatorship and Economic Performance in Chile: William
Keech, Carnegie Mellon University
Delegation and Public Goods (Under)Provision in Latin America: Daniel
Nielson, Brigham Young University
The Political Rationality of Import Substitution Industrialization: Mona Lyne,
University of South Carolina
The Foundations of Dependency Theory: Guillermo Rosas, Washington
University/St. Louis
From Clientelism to Program: The Role of Voter-Politician Linkages in
Development: Kirk Hawkins, Brigham Young University
Discussant(s) : Robert Kaufman, Rutgers University, Paul Drake, University
of California/San Diego
443 // POL038 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 112
Assessing the Chavez Administration in Venezuela
Organizer : Daniel Levine, University of Michigan
Chair(s) : Raquel Gamus, VENEZUELA
Exploring the Effects of Professionalization in the Venezuelan Armed Forces:
From the Man on Horse Back to the Man in Government: Leonardo
Ledezma, Texas A&M University/Commerce
La política social y la construcción de subjetividades. Caso Venezuela, 19992003: Thais Gutierrez, VENEZUELA
Síntomas de la crisis y desconsolidación del sistema de partidos en Venezuela:
Thais Maingon, CENDES-UCV, VENEZUELA
El proyecto político del gobierno de Hugo Chávez frente a la Agenda
Hemisférica de los Estados Unidos: Raquel Gamus, VENEZUELA
444 // RAE003 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 208
Políticas lingüísticas en las Américas
Organizer : Anita Herzfeld, University of Kansas
Chair(s) : Anita Herzfeld, University of Kansas
¿Qué elegiría Ud.? ¿El español, el guaraní o el inglés?: Anita Herzfeld,
University of Kansas
Políticas lingüísticas y procesos de integración regional: Elvira Arnoux,
Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
LASA2004 - 49
FRIDAY / 2:00 pm - 3:45 pm
Políticas lingüísticas y enseñanza de la lengua: situaciones de contacto en la
Argentina: Angelita Martínez, Universidad de Buenos Aires,
ARGENTINA
La actitud de los hablantes bilingües guaraní-castellano en la zona
guaranítica del territorio argentino hacia la política lingüística de la
Argentina: Haralambos Symeonidis, Universität Münster, GERMANY
Una comparación histórica de desarrollo sociopolítico: el caso del hawaiano
y del guaraní: Paul Chandler, University of Hawaii
Política de lenguas y ciudadanía intercultural: perspectiva latinoamericana:
Juan Godenzzi, Université de Montréal, CANADA
Cuando la política lingüística se encuentra con la realidad de los
hablantes:mantenimiento o pérdida de una lengua criolla, "El
palenquero": Nelsy Echavez-Solano, St. John's University
445 // ROR010 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 209
Religious Transformations in Guatemala II: The Charismatic Catholic
Movement?????
Organizer : John Hawkins, Brigham Young University
Chair(s) : Walter Adams, Brigham Young University, GUATEMALA
"Para Dios, todos somos iguales": Religion, Education, and Ethnicity in
Guatemala: Jacob Hickman, Brigham Young University
An Identity Changed: The Secularization of Roman Catholicism in Nueva
Santa Catarina Ixtahuacan, Guatemala: Benjamin Pratt, Brigham Young
University
The Charismatic Movement in Nueva Santa Catarina Ixtahuacan: A
Movement of Women: Nicole Matheny, Brigham Young University
Alcohol, Drugs, Education and Gangs: The Decline of Youth Involvement in
Charismatic Catholicism in an indigenous Guatemalan Community: Gilbert
Bradshaw, Brigham Young University
The Fervor of Hope: Causes and Effects of the Charismatic Renovation in
Antigua Santa Catarina Ixtahuacan: Aileen Charleston, University of
Texas/Austin
Discussant(s) : John Hawkins, Brigham Young University
446 // SEC003 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 5
The Socio-Economic Impact on Brazil of President Lula's First Two
Years
Sponsor : Brazil Section
Organizer : Nader Nazmi, Lake Forest College
Chair(s) : Nader Nazmi, Lake Forest College
Rhetoric and Reality: The Economic Consequences for Brazil of President
Lula's First 18 Months in Office: Werner Baer, University of Illinois,
Edmund Amann, UNITED KINGDOM
From Fome Zero to Bolsa Familia: Social Policies and Poverty Alleviation
under Lula: Anthony Hall, UNITED KINGDOM
Brazilian Trade and International Economic Policy in the Lula Government:
Don Coes, University of New Mexico
Financial Markets, Lula Risk and Reality Check: Nader Nazmi, Lake Forest
College
Bank Lending and Credit Access in Brazil: Does Ownership Matter and has
Anything Changed?: Harry Makler, Stanford University, Walter Ness,
Ponitíficia Universidade Católica, BRAZIL
Brazil: Agricultural and Agrarian Development and the Lula Government:
Charles Mueller, Universidade de Brasília, BRAZIL
447 // SEC018 Workshop Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Grande Ballroom G
El Estado de los Estudios Sobre Cuba I
Sponsor : Cuba Section
Organizer : Milagros Elena Martinez Reinosa, Universidad de La Habana,
CUBA
Chair(s) : Milagros Elena Martinez Reinosa, Universidad de La Habana,
CUBA
Participants: Juan Valdes Paz, UNEAC; Carlos Alzugaray, ISRI/CUBA;
Mayra Espina-Prieto, CIPS; Helmo Hernandez, Fundacíon Ludwig; Elena
Alvarez, Inst de Investigaciones Económicas
Discussant(s) : Rafael Hernandez, Centro Juan Marinelo/Revista Tema,
CUBA
448 // SEC037 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 6
Los sindicatos en América Latina frente a los actores sociales emergentes
Sponsor : Labor Studies Section
Organizer : Enrique De la Garza Toledo, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana,
MEXICO
Chair(s) : Enrique De la Garza Toledo, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana,
MEXICO
Las nuevas luchas en las maquilas de México y el papel de las redes
internacionales de apoyo: Enrique De la Garza Toledo, Univ Autónoma
Metropolitana, MEXICO, Jeff Hermanson
La crisis política en Venezuela, repercusiones y respuestas del movimiento
sindical: Hector Lucena, Univ de Carabobo, VENEZUELA
El sindicalismo colombiano, actor en medio de la guerra: Juan Rosado,
Escuela Nacional Sindical, COLOMBIA
Sindicatos y movimientos sociales emergentes en el colapso del
neoliberalismo en Argentina: Hector Palomino, Univ de Buenos Aires,
ARGENTINA
La guerra del agua en Cochambamba, Bolivia: terrenos complejos,
convergencias nuevas: Thomas Kruse, CEDLA, BOLIVIA
Discussant(s) : Javier Melgoza Valdivia, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana,
MEXICO
449 // SEC048 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 1
"Las Secuelas" de la CVR: Justicia, reparación y reconciliacion en el
Perú
Sponsor : Peru Section
Organizer : Kimberly Theidon, Harvard University
Chair(s) : Kimberly Theidon, Harvard University
Containing History? Transitional Justice and the Romance with
Reconciliation: Kimberly Theidon, Harvard University
An Opportunity Lost? The Peruvian Truth & Reconciliation Commission and
the Transition to Democracy: Jo-Marie Burt, George Mason University
Ayacucho y la comisión de la verdad: experiencias de trabajo: José CoronelAguirre, TRC, PERU
Después de la verdad: la política de las reparaciones después de la CVR:
Isaias Rojas Pérez, Johns Hopkins University
Discussant(s) : Priscila Hayner, Int'l Ctr for Transitional Justice
450 // SEC049 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 2
Judicial Independence and Judicial Careers in Latin America
Sponsor : Political Institutions Section
Organizer : Aníbal Pérez Liñán, University of Pittsburgh
Chair(s) : Daniel Brinks, American Bar Foundation
Judicial Independence and Institutional Design in Brazil and Argentina:
Daniel Brinks, American Bar Foundation
The Judicial Career, Political Insulation and Independence on the Chilean
Supreme Court: Druscilla Scribner, Univ of California/San Diego
Career Incentives and Strategic Ruling in the Bolivian Courts: Barry Ames,
University of Pittsburgh, Aníbal Pérez Liñán, University of Pittsburgh,
Mitchell Seligson, Vanderbilt University
451 // SEC058 Workshop Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 206
Evaluating the Guadalajara Summit
Sponsor : Europe and Latin American Section
Organizer : Laurence Whitehead, Nuffield College/Oxford, UNITED
KINGDOM
Chair(s) : Porfirio Muñoz Ledo
Participants: Giorgio Alberti, Bologna Center; Jean-Michel Blanquer, IHEAL;
Wolf Grabendorff; Celso Lafer; Gunther Maihold, Instituto IberoAmericano; Luis Maira, CIDE; Pedro Perez Herrero, Instituto Ortega y
Gasset
452 // SJU014 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Top of the Riviera North
Different Sides of the Violations of Human Rights in the Southern Cone
Organizer : Debra Cardona, Texas A & M University
Chair(s) : Debra Cardona, Texas A & M University
The Heart of Darkness: A Study of a Fascist Personality: Leslie Anderson,
University of Florida, Guillermina Sofía Seri, University of Florida
The Violence without Frontiers: Samantha Quadrat, Universidade Federal
Fluminense, BRAZIL
Consent through Violence: Military Discourse and Practice in the Argentine
Proceso de Reorganización Nacional: Federico Sor, New School
University
U.S.-Latin American Relations: A Case Study of Human Rights Policy toward
Uruguay during the Carter Administration, 1977-1981: Debra Cardona,
Texas A & M University
To Punish or to Forgive? Young Citizens’ Attitudes on Impunity and
Accountability in Contemporary Argentina: Susana Kaiser, University of
San Francisco
LASA2004 - 50
FRIDAY / 2:00 pm - 3:45 pm
453 // SMO003 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 109
Rethinking Protest In Latin America: Vanguards, Followers and the
State
Organizer : Samuel Cohn, Texas A&M University
Chair(s) : Samuel Cohn, Texas A&M University
Reading Writing from the Center of the World: Ecuador and the (de) (re)
Construction of Conflicting Cartographies of Glocalized National Identity:
Michael Handelsman, University of Tennessee
Rural-Urban Cross Movement Support in Brazil: Impact of MST on Urban
Social Movements: Salvador Sandoval, UNICAMP, BRAZIL
Filigranas da memória nos centenários de Canudos (1993-1997): o MST no
confronto das memórias da guerra de Canudos: Antônio Fernando de
Araújo Sá, Universidade Federal de Sergipe, BRAZIL
Making a Difference? Social Protest, El Barzón and Social Change in
Monterrey, Mexico: Krista Brumley, ITESM, MEXICO
Multi-Sectoral Coalitions and Protest Participation in Authoritarian Political
Settings: Paul Almeida, Texas A & M University
Rethinking Class in Latin America: Reflections from Social Movements in
Puerto Rico and Brazil: Gianpaolo Baiocchi, Univ of
Massachusetts/Amherst, Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, Texas A & M University
Discussant(s) : Samuel Cohn, Texas A&M University
454 // TEC002 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 14
Grappling with the Google-ization of Research and Area Studies
Organizer : Anne Barnhart, Univ of California/Santa Barbara
Chair(s) : Anne Barnhart, Univ of California/Santa Barbara
Technology, Scholary Resources and Pedagogy: Felix Valdes García, Instituto
de Filosofía, CUBA
From Chicanos to Exiled Cubans: The Library as Laboratory: Anne Barnhart,
Univ of California/Santa Barbara, Catherine Marsicek, Florida International
Univ
Improving the Quality of Student Research through Information Literacy:
Sean Knowlton, University of Colorado
Dust-Testing Some Key Resources in Latin American Studies: A Survey of
Graduate Student Awareness: Orchid Mazurkiewicz, Univ of
California/Los Angeles, Claude Potts, Arizona State University
Professor-Librarian Collaboration in Instructional Design for Latin American
Studies Courses: Emily Stambaugh, Wake Forest University
Balancing the Tilde: What Librarians Offer and What Language Departments
Need for Training Entering Graduate Students: Giorgio Perissinotto, Univ
of California/Santa Barbara
FRIDAY / 4:00 - 5:00 pm
PLENARY SESSION: READINGS BY ELENA
PONIATOWSKA, Royale Pavillion 2
LASA2004 - 51
FRIDAY / 5:15 pm - 7:00 pm
Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm
455 // AGR012 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 202
In Search for Costa Rican Coffee: Organic, Fair Trade, Specialty, and
Conventional
Organizer : Héctor Sáez, University of Vermont
Chair(s) : Héctor Sáez, University of Vermont
Fair Trade and Organic: The Incipient Transformation of Coffee in Costa
Rica: Héctor Sáez, University of Vermont
Scale and Allocation: Explaining the Performance and Policy Implications of
the Coffee Sector in Costa Rica: Roberto Mosheim, University of Puerto
Rico
Commodity Chains for Organic and Fair Trade Coffees in Costa Rica: Daniel
Saxton, University of Vermont
Specialty Niches: New Markets for Coffee Companies Costa Rica: Felipe
Montoya, University of Costa Rica, COSTA RICA
Discussant(s) : Deborah Sick, University of Ottawa, CANADA
456 // ART010 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 114
20th Century Art in Brazil and Argentina
Organizer : Paulo Venancio Filho, Fed Univ of Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL
Chair(s) : Paulo Venancio Filho, Fed Univ of Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL
Sensorial City: Art and Culture in Rio de Janeiro's 50's: Paulo Venancio
Filho, Fed Univ of Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL
Apuntes sobre arte y experiencia política: Santiago Deymonnaz, NYU
La instalación en Argentina y Brasil en los años ´60. “La menesunda” y
“Tropicalia,” un análisis comparativo: Florencia Malbrán, ARGENTINA
Metropolis e Miseropolis, o dilema do crescimento urbano de Brasilia,
Distrito Federal: Thereza Carvalho Santos, BRAZIL
457 // CTM005 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 101
Mi Frida Su Frida: North-South 'Takes' on "Frida"
Organizer : Laura Gutiérrez, University of Iowa
Chair(s) : Adriana Estill, Carleton College
The Two Salmas: The Art of the 'Calavera' in "Frida" and "Once Upon a Time
in Mexico": Kathleen Newman, University of Iowa
"Nuestra Frida?": The Construction of Frida Kahlo's Shifting Iconicity:
Desiree Martín, Duke University
“Por un amor” as Specter or a Spectator’s ‘Desire’ for Queer: Music and
Sexuality in Julie Taymor’s "Frida": Laura Gutiérrez, University of Iowa
Coyoacán Will Be More Exotic This Fall: "Frida" and the Gendered Politics
of Import-Substitution: Amy Carroll, Duke University
Discussant(s) : Jean Franco, Columbia University
458 // CUL015 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 7
The Outcasts of Global Citizenship: Central American Cultural
Production and Globalization After a Decade of Peace
Organizer : Arturo Arias, University of Redlands
Chair(s) : Arturo Arias, University of Redlands
Siempre modernos, siempre marginales: el conundrum centroamericano:
Arturo Arias, University of Redlands
Foundational Fictions: Reasserting National Identity in the Midst of
Globalization in Julio Escotos Rey del Albor, "Madrugada": Nicole Caso,
Univ of California/Berkeley
Homeland Insecurities: CAFTA, Patriot Acts, and Central American
Narratives of Uncertainty: Ana Patricia Rodriguez, University of Maryland
El cuerpo mutilado: la práctica de la auto destrucción en la ficción
centroamericana contemporánea: Beatriz Cortez, California State
Univ/Northridge
Estudios culturales centro-americanos: precedentes y nuevas direcciones:
Marc Zimmerman, University of Houston
Discussant(s) : Doris Sommer, Harvard University
459 // DEM012 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 110
Estado de Derecho, sociedad civil y los límites de la innovación
democrática en América Latina
Organizer : Martin Gerardo Aguilar Sánchez, Inst de Investigaciones
Históricos, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Martin Gerardo Aguilar Sánchez, Inst de Investigaciones Históricos,
MEXICO
Democratic Narratives for a Democratic Policing: Guillermina Sofía Seri,
University of Florida
Acción colectiva, democracia y estado de derecho en México: Martin Gerardo
Aguilar Sánchez, Inst de Investigaciones Históricos, MEXICO
Las fallas del estado de derecho: corrupción y baja calidad de la democracia
en Costa Rica: Ciska Raventós Vorst, Universidad de Costa Rica, COSTA
RICA
Sociedad civil y trabajo petrolero. Reclamos sociales en petroleros del sur
veracruzano: Saúl Horacio Moreno Andrade, Universidad Veracruzana,
MEXICO
Sociedad civil y consolidación del estado de derecho en el Ecuador: César
Montúfar, Univ Andina Simón Bolívar, ECUADOR
Acceso a la información pública: hacia la construcción de una nueva cultura
de rendición de cuentas en México: Maria Marvan Laborde, Inst Federal de
Acceso Público, MEXICO, Roberto Corona Copado, Inst Federal de
Acceso Público, MEXICO
460 // ECO006 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 3
Drug Policy and Economic Development in the Andes
Organizer : Elena Alvarez, SUNY/Albany
Chair(s) : Elena Alvarez, SUNY/Albany
The Drug War in Peru: Learning from Failure?: James Rudolph, PERU,
Miguel Ordinola, PERU
Illicit Interest Groups and Their Influence on US-Colombian Relations: A
Study of the Cali Cartel and the Treaty of Extradition: Patricia Micolta,
Florida International University
Reflections about Alternative Development and Rural Development in the
Andes: Elena Alvarez, SUNY/Albany
Local Governments and Illicit Drugs in Peru: A. Cecilia Alvarez, PERU
461 // ECO017 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 204
Economic Issues in Latin America
Organizer : Matias Vernengo, University of Utah
Chair(s) : Matias Vernengo, University of Utah
Higher Education, Employment and Economic Growth: Mexico and Peru:
Elsa-Sofia Morote, Dowling College
Economic Cost of Crime in Chile: Mauricio Olavarria-Gambi, University of
Chile, CHILE
Inflation Targeting and Policy Conflict in Brazil: Matias Vernengo,
University of Utah
La economía cubana frente a los retos del orden mundial, el libre comercio y
la política de Estados Unidos: Jose Alejandro Aguilar Trujillo, Inst
Nacional de Invest Económicas, CUBA
462 // ECO018 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 201
Economic Challenges and Policy Reforms in Latin America
Organizer : Helen Shapiro, Univ of California/Santa Cruz
Chair(s) : Helen Shapiro, Univ of California/Santa Cruz
Understanding Reform. A Global GDN Research Project: José María Fanelli,
CEDES, ARGENTINA
Apertura comercial y ventajas territoriales: análisis de la industria
manufacturera en México: Alicia Puyana, FLACSO, MEXICO, José
Romero, Colegio de México, MEXICO
A Macroeconomics-for-Growth Under Financial Globalization: Four
Strategic Issues: Ricardo Ffrench-Davis, CEPAL/Chile, CHILE
El comportamiento tendencial genérico del ciclo largo reproductivo
capitalista: su valor referencial metodológico-estratégico: Julia Matilde
Campos Alfonso, CUBA
463 // ENV001 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 104
Cuban Ecological and Environmental Policies and Practices
Organizer : Donald Campbell, University of Utah
Chair(s) : Donald Campbell, University of Utah
Medio ambiente, desastres y vulnerabilidad en el Caribe: un enfoque
comunitario desde Cuba: Juan Jesús Cabrera Díaz, Centro de Estudios
sobre América, CUBA
Gestion local y agricultura orgánica: estudio de caso: Gilberto Cabrera
Trimiño, Universidad de la Habana, CUBA
Perspectivas locales en el manejo ambiental en Cuba, retos y oportunidades:
Armando Fernández Soriano, Fundación Antonio Núñez Jiménez, CUBA
How Cuba Went Ecological: Richard Levins, Harvard University
Key Lessons of Sustainable Agriculture in Cuba: Peter Rousset, Food First
LASA2004 - 52
FRIDAY / 5:15 pm - 7:00 pm
464 // FEA001 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 103
Health and Human Rights
Organizer : Charles Briggs, Univ of California/San Diego
Chair(s) : Charles Briggs, Univ of California/San Diego
Participants: Richard Parker, Columbia University; Asa Cristina Laurell,
Secretaria de Salud del Distrito Federal, MEXICO; JaimeBreilh, Centro de
Estudios y Asesoria en Salud, ECUADOR; Nancy Scheper-Hughes,
University of California, Berkeley; Charles Briggs, Univ of California/San
Diego
465 // GEN012 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Grande Ballroom H
Globalization and Gender (Dis)Order II
Organizer : Elizabeth Iglesias, Edinboro University
Chair(s) : Max Azicri, Edinboro University
Una perspectiva de género: el hombre y la mujer de la Reserva de Biosfera
"Península de Guanahacabibes", Cuba: Dialvys Rodríguez Hernández,
ECOVIDA, CUBA
Gender and Tourism: Globalization, Cuban Style: Suzanne Winterberger,
Edinboro University
Gender, Religion and the U.S. Blockade: Jerra Jenrette, Edinboro University
Crossing Gender Boundaries: Students from the United States in Cuba and
Cuban Students in the USA: Elizabeth Iglesias, Edinboro University,
Caridad Morales Nussa
Género y política en época de globalización: un enfoque desde la Etica
Empresarial: Emilio Duharte Díaz, Universidad de La Habana, CUBA
Discussant(s) : Esther Gottlieb, Ohio State University
466 // GEN020 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 8
No somos solo madres: Alternative Mobilizing Identities for Women
Organizer : Claudio Holzner, University of Utah
Chair(s) : Claudio Holzner, University of Utah
Old Identities, New Alliances: Changing Strategies for Union Women’s
Organizing in Mexico: Rachel Brickner, McGill University, CANADA
From Private Power to Public Action: Women's Organizational Membership
and Political Activism in Mexico: Claudio Holzner, University of Utah
Empleadas públicas: normas de feminidad, espacios burocráticos e identidad
de la clase media en México durante la década de 1930: Susie Porter,
University of Utah
More than Sex Objects: Women and Political Mobility in the U.S.-Mexico
Border: Esteban Loustaunau, Augustana College
The Personal and Political Outcomes of Women’s Guerrilla Mobilization in
El Salvador: Jocelyn Viterna, Tulane University
Women as Neighborhood Activists in Nineteenth-Centurey Mexico: Christina
Jimenez, Univ of Colorado/Colorado Springs
467 // HSS003 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 212
Hacer vivir, higiene y desalojo: configuraciones de la biopolítica en
Puerto Rico
Organizer : Ivette Rodríguez Santana, Univ of Maryland/College Park
Chair(s) : Ivette Rodríguez Santana, Univ of Maryland/College Park
Un acercamiento histórico al paradigma de la marginación: La tuberculosis
en Puerto Rico durante la primera mitad del siglo XX: Rafael LebrónRivera
La carne del país: el jíbaro en el umbral biológico puertorriqueño: Ivette
Rodríguez Santana, Univ of Maryland/College Park
El afán de control panóptico: La Unificación legislada de Beneficiencia,
Sanidad y Correcciones: Luis Pabón Batlle, Universidad de Puerto Rico
El cuerpo como des(h)echo en la biopolítica de Puerto Rico: Marlene Duprey,
Univ de Puerto Rico/Rio Piedras
Movilización y depresión: avatares de la criatura hiperoperable: Karen
Entrialgo Granado, Université de Paris, FRANCE
Discussant(s) : Arturo Torrecilla, Univ de Puerto Rico/Rio Piedras
468 // INT018 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Grande Ballroom E
US Foreign Policy in the Post Cold War Era: Missed Opportunities and
the Same Old Song
Organizer : Christine Wade, Washington College
Chair(s) : Christine Wade, Washington College
Anti-Americanism in Three Acts: Adan Quan, Michigan State University
Play It Again, Uncle Sam: The Role of the U.S. in Latin American Elections:
Christine Wade, Washington College
Opportunities Lost or Opportunities Squandered? United States-Latin
American Relations During the Clinton Years: Scott Palmer, Boston
University
The Meaning of US-Cuban Relations for US Policy Towards Latin America:
Philip Brenner, American University
Discussant(s) : David Sheinin, Trent University, CANADA, Robert Pastor,
American University
469 // LAT005 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 107
Transnational Communities and the Role of the State
Organizer : Michelle Habell-Pallan, Univ of Washington
Chair(s) : Jaime Cardenas, Jr., Seattle Central Community College
Making Space: Re/constructing Latinoamericanidad in Toronto: Vaninna
Sztainbok, Univ of Toronto, CANADA, R. Magaly San Martin, Univ of
Toronto, CANADA
Migrant Latina Exotic Dancers and the Complicity of the Canadian State:
Gloria Patricia Diaz Barerro, York University, CANADA
Citizenship, Space, and Political Protest: R. Magaly San Martin, Univ of
Toronto, CANADA
Discussant(s) : Michelle Habell-Pallan, Univ of Washington
470 // LAW005 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 113
Changing Faces of Law and Justice in Brazil
Organizer : Victor Uribe, Florida Int'l Univ
Chair(s) : Timothy Clark, Univ of Minnesota/Twin Cities
Structural Causes of Brazilian Lynch Mob Violence: Timothy Clark, Univ of
Minnesota/Twin Cities
'Para os inimigos, a lei’? Representations of Law and Legal Processes in
Brazilian Literature: Mark Lokensgard, St. Mary´s University
Access to Justice for Environmental Claims in Brazil: Lesley McAllister, Univ
of California/Berkeley
471 // LCN013 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 115
Reading the Nation and Nationalizing the Reader
Organizer : Nina Gerassi-Navarro, Mount Holyoke
Chair(s) : Elisabeth Austin, University of Pennsylvania
El romanticismo y la novela histórica: historias de amor, historias de la
nación: Alejandro Cortazar, Louisiana State University
Ficcionalizações do leitor no romance de Machado de Assis – perspectivas
latino-americanas: Hélio Guimarães, Universidade de São Paulo, BRAZIL
Cambaceres’ Sin rumbo: Narrating Criollo Identity and Social Order:
Elisabeth Austin, University of Pennsylvania
El oficio del lector: la dinámica de la lectura en Martín Rivas (1862) de
Alberto Blest Gana: Trym Holbek, University of Bergen, NORWAY
The Orphan Figure in Nineteenth-Century Latin American Literature:
Armanda Lewis, Columbia University
472 // LCO011 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 205
Cartografias narrativas/historias espaciales II: fronteras internas/
fronteras externas
Organizer : Mariela Rodríguez, Georgetown University
Chair(s) : Mariela Rodríguez, Georgetown University
Inclusiones y exclusiones en torno a la figura del pionero: narrativas oficiales
en los museos y monumentos de las dos ciudades continentales más
australes: Mariela Rodríguez, Georgetown University
The Planalto Expedition: Notes towards a Spatial History of Brasília: Jens
Andermann, Birkbeck College, UNITED KINGDOM
Fronteras espacio-temporales. Leubucó, 1870 y 2003: Axel Lazzari,
Columbia Univ/Univ de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
El sedimento de la historia: ruinas y memorias de la conquista del Chaco en
la frontera del Río Salado (Salta): Gastón Gordillo, Univ of British
Columbia, CANADA
“No reconocemos los límites trazados por las naciones”. La construcción del
espacio en el Parlamento mapuche-tehuelche: Ana Ramos, Univ de Buenos
Aires, ARGENTINA
Discussant(s) : Alvaro Fernández Bravo, Univ de San Andrés/CONICET,
ARGENTINA
473 // LCO031 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Monaco Tower 15
Escritura e imagen de la nación en el Perú republicano
Organizer : Peter Elmore, Univ of Colorado/Boulder
Chair(s) : Alberto Portugal, New College of Florida
The Political Discourse of Civilization in a Globalized World: Jane MarcusDelgado, College of Staten Island/CUNY
¿Un gótico peruano? El lugar de José María Eguren en el proceso de
literatura peruana: Alberto Portugal, New College of Florida
LASA2004 - 53
FRIDAY / 5:15 pm - 7:00 pm
Jorge Basadre: Los futuros del pasado: Peter Elmore, Univ of
Colorado/Boulder
Cuerpo y sexualidad de las mujeres indígenas en el indigenismo: Patricia
Oliart, Univ of Newcastle upon Tyne, UNITED KINGDOM
Literatura y tradición radical: El indio revolucionario andino, 1930-1970:
José Luis Renique, University of New York
Peruanidad y amazonía en Victor Andrés Belaúnde y Raúl Porras
Barrenechea: Jorge Marcone, Rutgers University
474 // LCO038 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Monaco Tower 17
Deseo, violencia y extravíos: de la infancia a la adolescencia
Organizer : Betina Kaplan, University of Georgia/Athens
Chair(s) : Margarita Saona, University of Illinois/Chicago
Ojos que no ven: el deseo y las niñas en la narrativa de Leyla Bartet:
Margarita Saona, University of Illinois/Chicago
In the Name of the Father: Under the Feet of Jesus and La flor de lis: Andrea
Parra, Univ of Southern California
La casa no está en orden: deseo, violencia y transgresión en B.Guido,
S.Ocampo y A.Somers: Betina Kaplan, University of Georgia/Athens
Flores en el camposanto: honra y justicia para las muertas de Juárez a través
del arte: Gloria Arjona, Univ of Southern California
Crecer batallando: amor, tradición y subalternidad en "Las batallas en el
desierto" de José Emilio Pacheco: Sofía Ruiz-Alfaro, Univ of Southern
California
475 // LCO041 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Monaco Tower 16
Narradoras mexicanas: medio siglo de reescritura
Organizer : Elizabeth Coonrod Martinez, Sonoma State University
Chair(s) : Elizabeth Coonrod Martinez, Sonoma State University
50 años después: "Lilus Kikus" de Elena Poniatowska: Elizabeth Coonrod
Martinez, Sonoma State University
Lo fantástico y la búsqueda femenina en la cuentística de Amparo Dávila:
Mara García, Brigham Young University
Cuerpos, Identidades y violencia: La cuentística contemporánea femenina:
Magdalena Maiz Peña, Davidson College
Mónica Lavín: Voces a veces: retratos y paisajes interiores: Liliana Pedroza,
Universidad Complutense de Madrid, MEXICO
476 // LCO044 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 203
Heterotropias en la producción cultural Venezolana s. XIX-XX
Organizer : Zulema Moret, Great Valley State Univ
Chair(s) : Edith Dimo, California State University
Modelos de intelectualidad marginal: la escritura de Renato Rodríguez en el
contexto narrativo venezolano de los 60-70: Iraida Casique, Universidad
Simón Bolívar, VENEZUELA
Exilio histórico e identidad en la novel venezolana contemporánea: Edith
Dimo, California State University
Tantos Juanes o la escritura de 'la Sola' o La Fragmentación de la Historia:
Amarilis Hidalgo Dé Jesús, Bloomsberg University
Sitios híbridos, perifera y la alternativa de "otro" espacio nacional:
reflexiones en torno a "Mezclaje" de César Chirinos. (Hybrid Sites,
Periphery and the Alternative of an "Other" National Site in César
Chirinos' "Mezclaje"): Antonio Isea, Western Michigan University
Estátuas y símbolos nacionales: Una nueva era de nacionalismo en
Venezuela: Hector Jaimes, North Carolina State University
El paisaje móvil: visiones de modernidad, imaginación alterna, y praxis de
identidad como "performance" cultural: el caso de Venezuela: Noel
Allende-Goitia, Western Michigan University
Discussant(s) : Zulema Moret, Great Valley State Univ
477 // LCO050 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Grande Ballroom F
New Trends: Emerging Sensibilities in Writings by Latin American
Women
Organizer : María Rosa Olivera-Williams, University of Notre Dame
Chair(s) : María Rosa Olivera-Williams, University of Notre Dame
La estética y ética del desamparo en el auge de la re-democratización neoliberal: María Rosa Olivera-Williams, University of Notre Dame
Una musiquita muy cacoquímica: Maria Negroni, Sarah Lawrence College
Postmodern Gothic in Women Authors of the Southern Cone, circa 2000 A.D:
Dianna Niebylski, University of Kentucky
Women on the Verge of an Urban Breakdown: Gorodischer’s Invisible
Citizens: Patrick O’Connor, Oberlin College
Chronotopes of Desire: Los deseos oscuros y los otros: Cuadernos, cuadernos
de New York by Luisa Valenzuela: Luisa Valenzuela: Ksenija Bilbija, Univ
of Wisconsin/Madison
Intimidad y Fuga: The Blending of Testimony and Fiction in the Work of
María Elena Cruz Varela: Anne Gebelein, Columbia University
Discussant(s) : María Rosa Olivera-Williams, University of Notre Dame,
Dianna Niebylski, University of Kentucky
478 // LCO070 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Monaco Tower 14
Argentina: Arlt hasta Rodolfo Walsh
Organizer : Esteban Ponce
Chair(s) : Susana Rosano, University of Pittsburgh
La fiesta patria invadiendo la literatura: Martínez Estrada y la indentidad
nacional Argentina: Verónica Garibotto, University of Pittsburgh
Como me hice monja: muerte y resurrección de "César Aira": Mariana
Amato, New York University
Rodolfo Walsh: escritura y revolución: Cecilia Palmeiro, Princeton University
Luz y opacidad en la narrativa de Roberto Arlt: un juicio a la modernidad:
Esteban Ponce
Selling the Nation: Roberto Arlt's Seven Madmen and Their Whores: Rebecca
Whitehead, University of Kentucky
479 // LGS001 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 4
Rethinking and Rewriting the History of Homosexualities in Latin
America
Organizer : James Green, California State Univ/Long Beach
Chair(s) : James Green, California State Univ/Long Beach
The AIDS Archive in the Letters of Caio Fernando Abreu: Alberto Galindo,
Princeton University
Homoeroticism and Homophobia in the Latin American Revolutionary Left in
the 1960's and '70's: James Green, California State Univ/Long Beach
Sahagún's Sodomites: Sexual Identity and Interpretation in a Sixteenth
Century Nahuatl Text: Pete Sigal, California State Univ/Los Angeles
Sodomy and the Mexican Inquisition: Pablo Ben, Univ of Chicago
Eran todos putos: Sodomy and Subculture in Colonial Mexico: Zeb Tortorici,
Univ of California/Los Angeles
Prensa sensacionalista, sexología y la representación de indentidades
sexuales híbridas en la ciudad de México posrevolucionaria: Gabriela
Cano, UNAM/Iztapalapa, MEXICO
Historias de corpiños y carmine: Travestismo en el Caribe, la Habana y
Xalapa, dos historias, dos realidades: Abel Sierra Madero, Fundación
Fernando Ortiz, CUBA
480 // MAS003 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 112
Brazilian Media
Organizer : Dirceu Lopes, Universidade de São Paulo, BRAZIL
Chair(s) : Nancy Nuyen Ali Ramadan, BRAZIL
Mídia e juventude: Mutações do público e do privado: Rosa Bueno Fischer,
Univ Fed do Rio Grande do Sul, BRAZIL
Jornalismo na Era Digital: Construindo uma Filosofia de Ensino: Nancy
Nuyen Ali Ramadan, BRAZIL
A História do Jornalismo como formadora deconsciência crítica: Dirceu
Lopes, Universidade de São Paulo, BRAZIL
Jornalismo e História Contemporânea: "Notícias do Planalto e "Ilusões
Armadas": Jose Proenjl, Universidade de São Paulo, BRAZIL
As origens da censura enquanto atividade organizada no Brasil e seu
funcionamento durante o Regime Militar (1964-1985): Andre Silva,
Universidade de São Paulo, BRAZIL
481 // MTG033 Other Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Top of the Riviera South
Medios de comunicación, cultura y política. El desafío de las identidades
locales
Sponsor : Southern Cone Section
Organizer : Silvia Kurlat Ares, Johns Hopkins University
Brechas reales de la sociedad virtual: Eduardo Anguita, ARGENTINA
482 // MTG036 non-LASA Board/Committee Meeting Friday 5:15 7:00 pm Top of the Riviera North
Open Meeting on Less Commonly Taught Languages of Latin America
Sponsor : CLASP
Organizer : Sharon Mújica, UNC/Chapel Hill
LASA2004 - 54
FRIDAY / 5:15 pm - 7:00 pm
483 // MTG048 Other Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 206
Section Chairs Meeting
Sponsor : LASA
Organizer : Marysa Navarro, Dartmouth College
484 // MTI015 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 211
States and Transnational Organizations
Organizer : Cristina Escobar, Temple University
Chair(s) : Patricia Landolt, CANADA
Transnational Migration, Local Development Agendas, and the Neoliberal
State: Constructing Citizens and Civil Society in Post-War El Salvador:
Patricia Landolt, CANADA
From "Pochos" to Heroes: How is Mexico Building Political Ties With its
Diaspora?: Miryam Hazan
Colombia Planetaria?: Transnational Organizations and the Efforts of the
Colombian State to Construct Itself Outside Its Borders: Cristina Escobar,
Temple University
Re-defining the Nation Through Diaspora: Dominican-American Politics in
New York: Ana Aparicio, Univ of Massachusetts/Boston
Discussant(s) : Jose Itzigsonhn, Brown University
485 // MTI017 Workshop Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 116
The Mexican Diaspora and U.S.-Mexico Relations
Organizer : Manuel Garcia y Griego, University of Texas/Arlington
Chair(s) : Rafael Fernandez de Castro, ITAM, MEXICO
Participants: David Ayon, Loyola Marymount Univ; Manuel Garcia y Griego,
University of Texas/Arlington; Carlos Gonzalez Gutierrez, IME; Allert
Brown-Gort, University of Notre Dame; Andrés Jiménez Montoya,
University of California/Berkeley; Roberta Clariond Rangel, ITAM
Discussant(s) : Roberta Clariond Rangel, ITAM, MEXICO
486 // POL007 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 106
Clase, cultura, conocimiento y política en la Argentina contemporánea
Sponsor : CECYP/Buenos Aires
Organizer : Claudio Benzecry, New York University
Chair(s) : Mark Healey, Univ of California/Berkeley
Universidad y nación. La dimensión territorial de las políticas de
conocimiento en Argentina 2001-2004: Marina Moguillansky, Inst de
Invest Gino Germani, ARGENTINA
Las encuestas en los medios. Un estudio sobre su regulación en Argentina
desde el tecnicismo y la política: Maria Alonso, Universidad de Buenos
Aires, ARGENTINA
Las clases medias argentinas: nuevas formas de pensar la emigración: Diana
Baldermann, State Univ of New York/Stony Brook
Territorio, estado e identidad en la sociedad vulnerada. Mirando a Buenos
Aires después de los 90: Daniela Soldano, Univ Nacional de General
Sarmiento, ARGENTINA
Política, política económica y ciencia económica en la Argentina reciente:
Mariana Heredia, CONICET, ARGENTINA
Tradicionales y pragmáticos. Los intelectuales liberales de la década del ‘80:
Gastón Beltrán, State Univ of New York/Stony Brook
Discussant(s) : Claudio Benzecry, New York University
487 // POL014 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 111
International Perspectives on the Lula Government
Organizer : Neantro Saavedra-Rivano, University of Tsukuba, JAPAN
Chair(s) : Neantro Saavedra-Rivano, University of Tsukuba, JAPAN
International Implications of the Lula Presidency: Neantro Saavedra-Rivano,
University of Tsukuba, JAPAN
U.S. Perspectives on the Lula Government: Barbara Stallings, Brown
University
Inconsistent Monetary Policy of the Lula’s Government: Joaquim Andrade,
Universidade de Brasília, BRAZIL, Maria Luiza Falcão Silva,
EMBRAPAr, BRAZIL
Assessing Lula's Government - Third Way Brazilian Style?: Jörg Faust,
German Development Institute, GERMANY
FTAA: Brazil v. U.S: Won-Ho Kim, Korea Inst for Int'l Economic Pol,
KOREA
488 // POL025 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 105
The Politics of Policy-Making in Latin America
Organizer : Maria Victoria Murillo, Columbia University
Chair(s) : Maria Victoria Murillo, Columbia University
Determinants of Social Spending in Latin America: Evelyne Huber, Univ of
North Carolina/Chapel Hill, John Stephens, Univ of North Carolina/Chapel
Hill, Thomas Mustillo, Univ of North Carolina/Chapel Hill
Policymakers' Agency Under Globalization Pressures: Liberalizing Public
Utilities in Latin America: Maria Victoria Murillo, Columbia University
The Politics of Social Security Change in Latin America: Sarah Brooks, Ohio
State University
The Politics of International Economic Integration: Free Trade and Export
Promotion in Latin America: Andrew Schrank, Marcus Kurtz, Ohio State
University
The Supply Side of Education Reform in Latin America: Javier Corrales,
Amherst College
Discussant(s) : Kurt Weyland, Univ of Texas/Austin, Karen Remmer, Duke
University
489 // RAE001 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 208
Andean Tours: Travel, Identity and the Andes
Organizer : Paul Schroeder, University of Hawaii
Chair(s) : Paul Schroeder, University of Hawaii
Subjectivities in Motion: Bolivian Migrants in Film: Paul Schroeder,
University of Hawaii
Vicuñas viajeras: Andean Camelids at the Crossroads of Commerce and
Empire: Marcia Stephenson, Purdue University
Haciendo memoria en la cumbre: Mountaineering and Indigenization on the
Sentinel of Stone: Joy Logan, University of Hawaii
Where You Don't Belong: Metaphors of Refugee Places in Hotel Bolivia:
Estelle Tarica, University of California/Berkeley
Discussant(s) : Michelle Bigenho, Hampshire College, María Eugenia Choque
Quispe, Ctr de Estds Multidisciplinarios, BOLIVIA
490 // RAE011 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 109
The Odyssey of Identity, Gender, Race and Immigration in Latin
America and the Caribbean
Organizer : Maria Eva Valle, University of Redlands
Chair(s) : Maria Eva Valle, University of Redlands
Transgressing the Boundaries of Gender and Nation: The Journey North from
Mexico and Venezuela: Maria Eva Valle, University of Redlands
New Orleans and Veracruz; the Dynamics of Race and Culture in the Circum
Caribbean 1820s -1890s: Sydney Lemelle, Pomona College
Neither White, Black or Mulatto: Race, Nation and Nationalism in Early
Republican Cuba: Kimberly Welch, University of Redlands
From Afro-American to Afro-Dominican and Back Again: The Multiple
Identities of Ms. Gregoria Fraser Goins of Puerto Plata, Dominican
Republic: April Mayes, Virginia Tech
Balceros del aire? The New Venezuelan Diaspora: Class, Race and
Geopolitics: Lourdes Gouveia, University of Nebraska/Omaha
Discussant(s) : Miguel Tinker Salas, Pomona College
491 // ROR011 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 209
Religious Transformations in Guatemala III: Evangelical Protestantism
and its Attractions
Organizer : John Hawkins, Brigham Young University
Chair(s) : Clayton Larson, Tulane University
Sistemas religiosos y relaciones interétnicas en San Miguel
Totonicapán/Chuimekená, Guatemala: Carlos Ordoñez Mazariegos,
UNAM
Ritualized Conversion Among the Pentecostals of Guatemala: The
Reconstruction of a Disrupted World View: Michael Jones, Brigham Young
University
“Clap Your Hands and Sing”: Three Functions of Music in a Guatemalan
Evangelist Church: Jennifer Pleasy Philbrick, Brigham Young University
Taboos and Togetherness: Prohibitions and Unification in a K’iche' Maya
Evangelico Community: Amelia Sisco, Brigham Young University
I Am the Woman that Stood by Thee Here, Praying Unto the Lord: Maya
K’iche’ Women’s Conversion and Participation in Protestant Guatemala:
Adriana Smith, Brigham Young University
Discussant(s) : Jacob Hickman, Brigham Young University
492 // ROR012 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 108
Protestantism and Identity: Puerto Rico and Hispanics in the US
Organizer : Timothy Steigenga, Florida Atlantic University
Chair(s) : José Mora-Torres, Univ of Connecticut/Storrs
Religious Caudillismo: José Mora-Torres, Univ of Connecticut/Storrs
LASA2004 - 55
FRIDAY / 5:15 pm - 7:00 pm
"Becoming American": Puerto Ricans, Missionaries and Education in Puerto
Rico, 1898-1930: Ellen Walsh
493 // SEC005 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 2
Liberal Democracy vs. Participatory Democracy in Brazil. The
Emergence of Alternative Forms of Political Participation
Sponsor : Brazil Section
Organizer : Marcello Baquero, Univ do Rio Grande do Sul, BRAZIL
Chair(s) : Jussara Prá, Univ do Rio Grande do Sul, BRAZIL
New Arenas of Political Participation in Brazil: Common People Defining
Public Policies and Budget: Rodrigo González, UNISINOS, BRAZIL
Political Participation in the Municipal Council on Health in Curitiba Brazil: Mario Fuks, Univ Federal do Paraná, BRAZIL
Atitudes em relação ao governo e as instituições políticas no Brasil
contemporâneo: O papel de capital social na promoção de uma
democracia participativa: Marcello Baquero, Univ do Rio Grande do Sul,
BRAZIL
The Limits of Democracy in Latin America: Brazil and Chile: Henrique
Castro, Universidade de Brasília, BRAZIL
Discussant(s) : Joao Schmidt, Universidade de Santa Cruz, BRAZIL
494 // SEC019 Workshop Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Grande Ballroom G
El Estado de los Estudios Sobre Cuba II
Sponsor : Cuba Section
Organizer : Milagros Elena Martinez Reinosa, Universidad de La Habana,
CUBA
Chair(s) : Milagros Elena Martinez Reinosa, Universidad de La Habana,
CUBA
Participants: John Kirk, Dalhousie University; Ernesto Rodriguez, UNAM;
Manuel Monereo, Fundacíon de Estudios Euro; Nelson Valdés,
Universidad de Nuevo México
Discussant(s) : Sheryl Lutjens, Univ of Arizona
495 // SEC052 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 6
New Trends in Electronic Publishing in Latin America: Emerging Models
for Ejournals and Digital Libraries
Sponsor : Scholarly Research Section
Organizer : Pamela Graham, Columbia University
Chair(s) : Pamela Graham, Columbia University
Sociedad de la información y ciencia perdida: el Proyecto Red ALyC:
Eduardo Aguado López, UAEM, MEXICO, Eduardo Sandoval, Red ALyC,
MEXICO, Rosario Rogel Salazar, UAEM, MEXICO
Voces desde el Sur. Acceso libre a la producción de las ciencias sociales de
América Latina y el Caribe: el caso de la Biblioteca Virtual de CLACSO:
Atilio Boron, CLACSO, ARGENTINA
SciELO Network: Promoting the Lost Science from Latin America and the
Caribbean to the World: Andrea Ferreira Gonçalves, SciELO, BRAZIL
496 // SEC061 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 1
Tareas pendientes: El Perú después de la CVR
Sponsor : Peru Section
Organizer : Kimberly Theidon, Harvard University
Chair(s) : Kimberly Theidon, Harvard University
Readings of the Final Report of Peru's Truth and Reconciliation Commission:
Carlos Parodi, Illinois State University
The Consequences of Transitional Justice for Democracy: Charles Kenney,
Univ of Oklahoma
Violencia política y reparación: Marisa Remy, Inst de Estudios Peruanos,
PERU
Toward an Andean Epistemology of Reconciliation: Lessons from Ayacucho,
Peru: Billie Jean Isbell, Cornell University, Marcela Machaca, Cornell
University
Gods & States: Transnationalism, Modernity and Human Rights in Peru's
Andes: Caroline Yezer, Duke University
Los partidos políticos, las reformas institucionales y el informe de la
Comisión de la Verdad y Reconciliación en el Perú: Martín Tanaka, IEP,
PERU
Discussant(s) : Coletta Youngers, Washington Office on Latin America
497 // SEC062 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 5
Nuevas ruralidades en América Latina y el Caribe: Mundialización y
resistencias en el mundo rural
Sponsor : Rural Studies Section
Organizer : Mónica Bendini, Univ Nac del Comohue, ARGENTINA
Chair(s) : Cornelia Butler Flora
La Argentina rural entre la modernización y la exclusión: Carlos Reboratti,
Univ de General Sarmiento, ARGENTINA
Nuevos actores para una nueva ruralidad. Los agentes de desarrollo y
fortalecimiento organizativo en los Andes: Victor Bretón Solo de Zaldívar,
Univ de Lleida, SPAIN
Nuevas resistencias en viejos territorios rurales de la América Latina. Lucha
por los recursos naturales y por el derecho a la dignidad: Norma
Giarracca, Instituto Gino Germani, ARGENTINA, Miguel Teubal,
CONICET/UBA, ARGENTINA
Agricultural Restoration in Urban Brazil. The Case of the Environmentally
Protected Area of Campinas, São Paulo: Jacquelyn Chase, California State
Univ/Chico
Aproximación al estudio de una comunidad cubana desde la perspectiva de la
nueva ruralidad: Niurka Perez Rojas, Univ de la Habana, CUBA
La economía del desarrollo rural territorial: Rafael Echeverri Perico, IICA,
COLOMBIA
Global Economy, Local Politics: Indigenous Struggles, Civil Society and
Democracy in Latin America: Gerardo Otero, Simon Fraser University,
CANADA
Discussant(s) : David Myhre, The Ford Foundation, MEXICO
498 // SJU007 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Monaco Tower 13
Violencia e impunidad en la Frontera Norte, acciones, discursos y
contextos
Organizer : Patricia Ravelo Blancas, CIESAS, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Patricia Ravelo Blancas, CIESAS, MEXICO
Organizaciones no gubernamentales en la lucha contra la violencia sexual y
la impunidad en Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua (México): Patricia Ravelo
Blancas, CIESAS, MEXICO
La cultura del miedo en ciudad Juárez o la desmantelación de las
ciudadanías: Héctor Domínguez, Denison University
Las víctimas y los victimarios en los feminicidios de Ciudad Juárez: Susana
Báez Ayala, Universidad Autónoma/Juárez, MEXICO
Análisis de los comportamientos patriarcales relacionados con la violencia
sexual en el discurso de las autoridades y grupos sociales: Juan Vargas,
MEXICO
Vida interna de los ONG, Contradicciones y conflictos: Rosalba Vega
Rodriguez, Universidad Autónoma/Juárez, MEXICO
Principios, compromisos y problemas de la ONG. El caso de nuestros hijos de
regreso a casa y justicia para nuestros hijos: Estela Fernández, Circulo de
Estudios de Género, MEXICO
Discussant(s) : Héctor Domínguez, Denison University
499 // SJU010 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 210
Dilemmas of Post-Conflict Social Reconstruction: Between Citizenship
and Violence
Organizer : Kees Koonings, Utrecht University, THE NETHERLANDS
Chair(s) : Dirk Kruijt, Utrecht University, THE NETHERLANDS
Social Exclusion, Urban Violence and Local Responses in Latin America:
Dirk Kruijt, Utrecht University, THE NETHERLANDS
Conflicto armado, ciudadanía y negociación del orden en la ciudad de
Medellín: Manuel Alberto Alonso Espinal, Universidad de Antioquia,
COLOMBIA
Institutional Violence and the Anti-Repression Movement in Buenos Aires,
Argentina: Marieke Denissen, Utrecht University, THE NETHERLANDS
Conflictividad, poder y vida cotidiana en el altiplano occidental
guatemalteco: Maria Victoria Garcia, AVANCSO, GUATEMALA
Indigenous Mayors and Social Reconstruction in Post-War Guatemala:
Elisabet Rasch, Utrecht University, THE NETHERLANDS
Victims of Disasters, Actors of Re-Construction: Peasant Strategies on Social
Renewal in the Aftermath of Violence in Ayacucho, Peru: Jefrey Gamarra,
IPAZ, PERU
Coca Farmers, Violence and Reconstruction in the Huallaga and ApurímacEne River valleys, Peru: Mirella van Dun, Utrecht University, THE
NETHERLANDS
Discussant(s) : Kees Koonings, Utrecht University, THE NETHERLANDS
LASA2004 - 56
FRIDAY / 5:15 pm - 7:00 pm
500 // SMO012 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 207
Globalization, Protest and Social Movements
Organizer : Adan Quan, Michigan State University
Struggles for the De-commodification of Natural Resources in Bolivia: Susan
Spronk, York University, CANADA
Globalization Protests in Peru: Impact of the World Social Forum Process:
Teivo Teivainen, Univ Nacional de San Marcos, PERU
Opponents and Mediators: Popular Protests and Political Change in Mexico:
Takeshi Wada, Harvard University
LASA2004 - 57
FRIDAY / 7:15 pm
Friday 7:15 pm
501 // MTG049 LASA Committee Meeting Friday 7:15 pm Capri 101
LASA Awards Ceremony and Business Meeting
Sponsor : LASA
Organizer : Marysa Navarro, Dartmouth College
502 // REC000 Reception (cash bar) Friday 7:15 pm Royale Pavilion 8
IAC Reception
Sponsor : Univ of California/San Diego
Organizer : Graciela Platero, Univ of California/San Diego
503 // REC013 Reception (cash bar) Friday 7:15 pm Grande Ballroom G
American Friends Service Committee Reception
Sponsor : American Friends Service Committee
Organizer : Richard Erstad, American Friends Service Committee
504 // REC023 Other Friday 7:15 pm Capri 103
Book Presentation: The Cuban Economy at the Start of the Twenty-First
Century
Sponsor : David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studie
Organizer : Lorena Barberia, David Rockefeller Center, Harvard University
505 // REC024 Reception (sponsored) Friday 7:15 pm Grande
Ballroom H
Making their Way Photography Exhibit
Sponsor : InterAmerican Foundation
Organizer : Heidi Smith, InterAmerican Foundation
506 // REC025 Reception (cash bar) Friday 7:15 pm Royale Pavilion 3
Kellogg Institute for International Studies Reception
Organizer : David Seymour, Kellogg Inst for International Std
507 // REC026 Reception (sponsored) Friday 7:15 pm Royale Pavilion 4
Launch of Drugs and Democracy Book
Sponsor : WOLA
Organizer : Eileen Rosin, WOLA
508 // REC027 Reception (cash bar) Friday 7:15 pm Royale Skybox 201
SSRC Reception
Sponsor : Social Science Research Council
Organizer : Kate Levitt, Social Science Research Council
FRIDAY / 8:30 pm
509 // REC028 Reception (cash bar) Friday 8:30 pm Capri 103
David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Harvard
University Reception
Sponsor : David Rockefellar Center for Latin Amer Studies
Organizer : Lorena Barberia, David Rockefeller Center, Harvard University
LASA2004 - 58
SATURDAY / 8:00 am - 9:45 am
Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am
510 // AGR003 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 13
Transformaciones en las agriculturas y nuevas ruralidades de América
latina
Organizer : Horacio Mackinlay, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Horacio Mackinlay, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
Los pequeños productores y los rendimientos agrícolas. La rama del tabaco
en México: Horacio Mackinlay, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
A produção social da alimentação natural. O caso da agricultura orgânica na
Argentina e no Rio Grande do Sul (Brasil): Luciano Florit, Univ Regional
de Blumenau, BRAZIL
Evidencias empíricas sobre la pertinencia de la Nueva Ruralidad en Uruguay:
Alberto Riella, Univ de la República, URUGUAY
Transformaciones de la estructura social agraria argentina. El problema de
la biotecnología aplicada al agro: Diego Domínguez, Universidad de
Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA, Pablo Lapegna, Universidad de Buenos
Aires, ARGENTINA
Los efectos de las reformas sobre los mercados del maíz en México: Magda
Fritscher, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
La agroindustria azucarera en el "gobierno del cambio": Gisela Espinosa,
Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
Discussant(s) : Miguel Teubal, CONICET/UBA, ARGENTINA
511 // AGR013 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 204
Agricultura intensiva e impactos en los patrones de trabajo, residencia y
migración en la frontera México-Estados Unidos
Organizer : Christian Zlolniski, University of Texas/Arlington
Chair(s) : Laura Velasco Ortiz, Colegio de la Frontera Norte, MEXICO
Too Poor to be Green? An Interdisciplinary Look at the MST from the New
Agroecological Paradigm: Raquel Moreno-Peñaranda, Univ of
California/Berkeley, BRAZIL
Las organizaciones de usuarios agrícolas frente al ordenamiento de la
distribución de agua en la cuenca Lerma-Chapala: Roberto Romero Pérez,
Inst Mexicano de Tec del Agua, MEXICO
A Community in Transformation: Technological Changes and Labor Impacts
in the Export-Oriented Agriculture in San Quintín: Christian Zlolniski,
University of Texas/Arlington
The Coachella Valley as a Region of Refuge: Approaches, Issues, and
Projects of Mitigation: Carlos Vélez-Ibáñez, Univ of California/Riverside
Cambios en las formas de residencia en el Valle de San Quintín: itinerarios
migratorios de trabajadores agrícolas: Marie-Laure Coubes, Colegio de la
Frontera Norte
Agricultural Laborers and Settlement on the Border: Mecca and the
Coachella Valley, California: Travis Du Bry, Univ of California/Riverside
El ‘Engancho’: Rural Development, Migration, and Place-making in the
Valley of San Quintín, Baja California: Marco Lopez, Univ of
California/Santa Cruz
Discussant(s) : Juan Vicente Palerm, Univ of California/Santa Barbara
512 // CIT010 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 212
Producción cultural, violencia y nación en América Latina
Organizer : María del Pilar Melgarejo, University of Pittsburgh
Chair(s) : Juana Suárez, University of North Carolina
Contemporary Cultural Production and the Media in Colombia: Can the
Discourse of Violence(s) Be Dedemonized?: Juana Suárez, University of
North Carolina
Images of Revolutionary Icons and Historical Nostalgia: Augusto C. Sandino
and Ernesto “Che” Guevara: Julia Medina, Univ of California/Davis
The Problem of Violence in the Film Confession to Laura: Magdalena López,
University of Pittsburgh
Journey to the Global World: Miguel Rojas, University of Pittsburgh
Beyond Exile: Challenging the Borders of the Nation through the Discourse of
Solidarity: Marisa Estelrich, Univ of North Carolina/Greensboro
Las narrativas de la violencia en la Colombia contemporánea: María del Pilar
Melgarejo, University of Pittsburgh
513 // CTM012 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 101
National Projects and Projecting Nation in Latin American Theatre
Organizer : Patrice Ybarra, University of Kansas
Chair(s) : Jean Graham-Jones, Florida State University
Pan-Africanism v. Racial Democracy: The Discourse of the Teatro
Experimental do Negro: Judith Williams, University of Kansas
"Mexico with Us Forever": Mayan Theatre Re-Stages the Nation: Tamara
Underiner, Arizona State University
Ethnicity and National Identity in Cuban popular Theatre: Jill Lane, Yale
University
Indian as Self or Indian as Other: Performing Paradoxical Identity in Miguel
N. Lira's Vuelta a la Tierra: Patrice Ybarra, University of Kansas
Discussant(s) : Jean Graham-Jones, Florida State University
514 // CTM015 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 2
Latin American Music
Organizer : TM Scruggs, University of Iowa
Chair(s) : TM Scruggs, University of Iowa
Lagrimas Negras: Listening without Celia: Alexandra Vázquez, NYU
Rock urbano ‘a la Tex Tex: Mark Hernandez, Tufts University
The Buena Vista Social Club Project and the 'Special Period' for Cuban
Music, 1959-1989: TM Scruggs, University of Iowa
515 // CUL002 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 15
La nación: ¿Una ficción necesaria?
Organizer : Nathalie Bouzaglo, New York University
Chair(s) : Karina Wigozki, University of Houston
El amor está de viaje: exilio y sexualidad en "Composición de lugar" (1984)
de Juan Martini: María Cisterna, New York University
Nación y adulteración en la Venezuela del fin del siglo XIX: Nathalie
Bouzaglo, New York University
La “república de vacas”: Teresa de la Parra: Javier Lasarte
Universidad Simón Bolívar, VENEZUELA
¿Una “Nación Marica”? El vampiro de la colonia Roma de Luis Zapata:
Karina Wigozki, University of Houston
La nación como acto creativo: Gabriela Basterra, New York University
Discussant(s) : Beatriz González-Stephan, Rice University
516 // CUL016 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 110
Lenguajes políticos y políticas del lenguaje: la formación de tecnologías
identitarias en Puerto Rico y la República Dominicana
Sponsor : University of Michigan
Organizer : Mariam Colon-Pizarro, University of Michigan
Chair(s) : Mariam Colon-Pizarro, University of Michigan
Tanto tienes tanto vales: tecnología, política y masculinidad en "El gallo
pelón": Mariam Colon-Pizarro, University of Michigan
El taller del travestismo: artesanía y sexualidades caribeñas en construcción:
Danny Méndez, University of Michigan
Dominicanish, un performance de la resistencia: Lorgia García-Pena,
University of Michigan
La institucionalización de la caridad: Casas de beneficiencia como
tecnologías disciplinarias en el Puerto Rico del siglo XIX: Rafael BoglioMartínez, University of Michigan
Discussant(s) : Jossianna Arroyo, University of Michigan
517 // CUL044 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 201
Re-visiones de Argentina
Organizer : Andrés Avellaneda, University of Florida
Chair(s) : Andrés Avellaneda, University of Florida
Rodolfo Walsh y la izquierda política: el reciclamiento de un escritor
desaparecido: Eleonora Bertranou, Saint John's University
Borges Meets Laclau, or the Ultimate Latin American Modern Recipe:
Mariano Siskind, NYU
De la experiencia del “vacío social”: lo inenarrable, lo social invisible y la
excepción absoluta en la construcción de la figura del “desaparecido”.
Algunos apuntes teóricos: Gabriel Gatti, Universidad del País Vasco,
SPAIN
518 // ECO016 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 103
Integration and Neoliberalism in the Americas
Organizer : Yasmine Shamsie, Wilfrid Laurier University, CANADA
Chair(s) : Yasmine Shamsie, Wilfrid Laurier University, CANADA
The Bargain of the Unstable: Trade Negotiations and Financial Crises. The
Case of Mercosur 1997-2001: Pablo Heidrich, Univ of Southern California
Is the South American Bloc the Answer to Development in Latin America:
Felipe Zuluaga, University of Nebraska
LASA2004 - 59
SATURDAY / 8:00 am - 9:45 am
Exacerbating Dependence through Hegemonic Integration in Latin America:
Emerging Social Responses: Bernardo Reyes, Instituto de Ecologia
Politica, CHILE
Six Basic Aspects of Deep Integration in North America: Alejandro Alvarez
Bejar, UNAM, MEXICO
"Deep" Integration: Canada, the US and Latin America: Ricardo Grinspun,
York University, CANADA
Discussant(s) : Yasmine Shamsie, Wilfrid Laurier University, CANADA
519 // ECO020 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 210
Alternative Development Cases in Latin America
Organizer : Charles Brockett, University of the South
Chair(s) : Charles Brockett, University of the South
Micro-finance as a Holistic Tool for Enterprise Development and Poverty
Alleviation in Central America: An Exploratory Study of CARITAS
Matagalpa (Nicaragua): Michael Pisani, Central Michigan University
From Military Power to Civil Society: The Transformation of Vieques, Puerto
Rico: Katherine McCaffrey, Montclair State University
The Fuel-Efficient Stove Project of San Lucas Tolimán, Guatemala: Economic
and Environmental Impacts: John Abell, Randolph-Macon Woman's
College
Plan Puebla-Panamá and Alternative Visions of Sustainable Development:
Charles Brockett, University of the South
Effective Job Skills Training under Changing Labor Market-- Evaluation of
Reform in Mexico: Mari Minowa, University of Tsukuba, JAPAN
Desarrollo humano y equidad en America Latina y el Caribe: Candido Lopez
Pardo, CUBA, Miguel Marquez, Francisco Rojas Ochoa
520 // ECO029 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 5
Institutions, Intellectual Property Rights, and Development
Organizer : Ken Shadlen, London School of Economics, UNITED
KINGDOM
Chair(s) : Corinna Reyes, Univ of California/Santa Barbara
Challenges for Latin American States at the Turn of the New Millennium: José
Vargas-Hernández, Universidad de Guadalara, MEXICO
The Globalization of Intellectual Property: An Examination into the
Development of Mexico's Intellectual Property Rights Regime: Corinna
Reyes, Univ of California/Santa Barbara
Patent Politics: The Political Economy of Intellectual Property Rights in Latin
America: Ken Shadlen, London School of Economics, UNITED
KINGDOM
Policy Stability, Institutions and Cleavages: David Waguespack,
SUNY/Buffalo, Jóhanna Kristín Birnir, SUNY/Buffalo
521 // ENV006 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 207
Megaprojects, Development, and Environmental Protection
Organizer : Eliane Drummond Abdala, FEAM/BDMG, BRAZIL
Ecología política en el impacto ambiental de un proyecto minero de gran
escala: perspectivas locales para el caso de la mina Antamina en Peru,
1997-2002: Vladimir Gil, Yale University
Environmental Protection Issues as Framework for Projects Analysis and for
the Establishment of Conditions for Project Financing: Eliane Drummond
Abdala, FEAM/BDMG, BRAZIL
522 // HIS003 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 109
The Everyday Negotiation of Colonial Society
Organizer : R. Jovita Baber, University of Chicago
Chair(s) : Enrique Rodriguez-Alegria, University of Texas/Austin
La vigencia de Incarry: un mito más allá del sueño. Sus representaciones
pictóricas, poéticas y teatrales: Marcelo Luis Valko, Universidad de
Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Dressing in Spanish Clothes: Indigenous Strategies of Display in Colonial
Xaltocan: Enrique Rodriguez-Alegria, University of Texas/Austin
Negotiating Citizenship, Jurisdiction and Ethnicity in Tlaxcala, New Spain,
1580-1610: R. Jovita Baber, University of Chicago
Crown and Commons in the Spanish Trans-Atlantic World: S. Elizabeth
Penry, Fordham University
Material Culture in Central Mexican Adaptations to Spanish Rule: The Case
of Tobacco and Chocolate: Marcy Norton, George Washington University
The Negotiation of Identity in the Urban Domestic Material Culture of
Colonial Cuenca, Audiencia of Quito: Ross Jamieson, Simon Fraser
University, CANADA
Discussant(s) : R. Jovita Baber, University of Chicago
523 // HIS007 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 111
Una nación en armas: Nuevos enfoques en torno a la Guerra del Pacífico,
1879-1883 (Panel I)
Organizer : Carmen Mc Evoy, Univ of the South/Sewanee
Chair(s) : Carmen Mc Evoy, Univ of the South/Sewanee
Patria y Religión: El nacionalismo católico en Chile durante la Guerra del
Pacífico, 1789-1881: Carmen Mc Evoy, Univ of the South/Sewanee
La Virgen del Carmen, la Guerra del Pacífico y la formación de la
nacionalidad chilena: Pilar Hevia, Universidad Católica/Chile, CHILE
Discussant(s) : José Luis Renique, University of New York
524 // HIS011 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 17
The Aymara, The Quechua, and the Liberals, 1899 and Beyond
Organizer : Robert Smale, University of Texas/Austin
Chair(s) : Jonathan Brown, Univ of Texas/Austin
Caminantes entre dos mundos: Los apoderados indígenas en el siglo XIX:
Maria del Pilar Mendieta Parada, Univ Mayor de San Andrés, BOLIVIA
The Aymara Inka: Performance and Citizenship: Gabriella Kuenzli,
University of Wisconsin
The Federal War of 1899 and the Bolivian Proletariat: Robert Smale,
University of Texas/Austin
False Starts: Indigenous and "Campesino" Movements and Bolivian Electoral
Politics: Jennifer Collins, Univ of California/San Diego
Discussant(s) : Erick Langer, Georgetown University
525 // INT001 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Top of the Riviera South
Implications of U.S. Current Policy Toward Cuba and U.S. Cuban
Relations in the Context of Increasingly Strong Bipartisan Support for
Enacting Changes in the Status Quo
Organizer : Rosa Lopez Oceguera, Universidad de La Habana, CUBA
Chair(s) : William LeoGrande, American University
The United States and Cuba: Estranged Engagement: William LeoGrande,
American University
El conflicto Cuba-Estados Unidos de América: notas para una reflexión en el
contexto de la lucha contra el terrorismo: Soraya Castro Mariño,
Universidad de La Habana, CUBA
Bi-Partisan Pressure for Change: The Role of the Congressional Working
Groups on Cuba: Geoff Thale, WOLA
Consenso y disenso en las relaciones interamericanas: el tema de Cuba: Rosa
Lopez Oceguera, Universidad de La Habana, CUBA
The Cuba Embargo: One of the Great Rip Offs of the 20th Century: Saul
Landau, California State Polytech Univ
Payment for Services Rendered: US-funded Dissent and the "Independent
Libraries Project" in Cuba: Rhonda Neugebauer, Univ of
California/Riverside
Discussant(s) : Philip Peters, Lexington Institute
526 // INT009 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 205
Realidades y Escenarios de la Integración en Las Américas.
Organizer : Berenice Ramírez López, IIEC, UNAM, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Berenice Ramírez López, IIEC, UNAM, MEXICO
Building NAFTA: Integration and Local Politics in Mexico and the U.S:
Randall Parish, Texas A & M University
La integración centroamericana ante el Tratado de Libre Comercio
Centroamérica- Estados Unidos: Berenice Ramírez López, IIEC, UNAM,
MEXICO
Cuba en el contexto latinoamericano. Retos de la integración: Lourdes María
Regueiro Bello, CEA, CUBA
La geopolítica del acuerdo de libre comercio para las Américas (ALCA):
Jaime Estay Reino, Benemérita Univ Autó/Puebla, MEXICO
Los retos de la integración económica y la inserción internacional de ALyC:
Antonio Fidel Romero Gómez, SELA, VENEZUELA
MERCOSUR: limitaciones de la integración económica comercial y el
espacio económico sudamericano: Gabriel Bidegain Creising, SELA,
VENEZUELA
La evolución reciente de la comunidad Andina y sus relaciones externas:
Oneida Alvarez Figueroa, Univ de La Habana, CUBA
Discussant(s) : Oneida Alvarez Figueroa, Univ de La Habana, CUBA
527 // LAB006 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 203
The Revolution of Rights: Labor Laws, Workers, Political Parties, and
the State in Twentieth-Century South America
Organizer : Angela Vergara, Univ of Texas/Pan American
Chair(s) : Angela Vergara, Univ of Texas/Pan American
LASA2004 - 60
SATURDAY / 8:00 am - 9:45 am
The Chilean Confederation of Copper Workers and the Expansion of Rights,
1950-1960: Angela Vergara, Univ of Texas/Pan American
Transforming Peru's Industrial Relations System: Textile Workers,
Comisiones Mixtas, and the State, 1944-46: Steven Hirsch, Univ of
Pittsburgh/Greensburg
The Time Before Rights: The Judicial Phase of Argentine Labor Law, 19001943: Line Schjolden, Univ of London/Univ of Oxford, UNITED
KINGDOM
A Tool of Labor Control or Workers' Power? - Brazil's Labor Law and
Industrial Relations in Volta Redonda, 1943-1964: Oliver Dinius, Harvard
University
El Partido del Pueblo: Working and Middle Class Support for Peru's Apra,
1930-1948: Iñigo García-Bryce, New Mexico State University
Discussant(s) : Joel Stillerman, Grand Valley State University
528 // LAT007 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 113
Transnational Lives among Latin American Immigrants
Organizer : Silvia Pedraza, University of Michigan
Chair(s) : Silvia Pedraza, University of Michigan
Migrantes Brasileiros para os Estados Unidos e Japão: Wilson Fusco,
BRAZIL
Assimilation or Transnationalism? Conceptual Models for The Imigrant
Experience: Silvia Pedraza, University of Michigan
First Class: Transnational Lives of the Upper Middle Class in San Antonio,
Texas: Harriett Romo, Univ of Texas/San Antonio
Migration from Central America and the Caribbean to the U. S: Cumulative
Causation: Elizabeth Fussell, Tulane University
The Social Cost of Remittances: Race and Income Equality in Contemporary
Cuba: Sarah Blue, Univ of California/Los Angeles
Discussant(s) : Elizabeth Aranda, Univ of Miami
529 // LAT009 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 211
De líderes sindicales a J-Lo: construcciones, representaciones e ideologías
de la Latina en los Estados Unidos desde el siglo XIX al XXI.
Organizer : Lara Walker, University of Houston
Chair(s) : Lara Walker, University of Houston
Early Twentieth Century Latina Working-Class Feminisms: Political
Discourse and Cultural Production: Lara Walker, University of Houston
Borde y centro en la historia y la literatura: la agencia de Leonor Villegas de
Magnon: Emy Fischer, University of Houston
La "nueva chicana" hinojosiana: ¿heroína feminista?: Carmen García, Texas
Southern University
"Hungry Woman" de Cherrie Moraga: espacio de diferencia y procesos de
subjetivización: Edna Ochoa, University of Houston
Los Estados Unidos y su transformación a un país latinoamericano: el ideal
de la belleza femenina como una manifestación de esta tranformación
cultural: Sylvia Morín, University of Houston
530 // LCN004 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 1
The Turns and Twists of the Turn of the Nineteenth Century
Organizer : Juan González Espitia, Univ of North Carolina/Chapel Hill
Chair(s) : Juan González Espitia, Univ of North Carolina/Chapel Hill
¡Lo divino está en lo humano!: dos críticas de José Martí: Maria Adis Barrio
Tosar, Inst de Literatura y Linguistica, CUBA
Nervo y Vargas Vila: Muerte, erotismo y esterilidad finiseculares: Juan
González Espitia, Univ of North Carolina/Chapel Hill
Vida ejemplar: Ignacio Altamirano después de su muerte: Christopher
Conway, Univ of Texas/Arlington
Lessons in Motherhood: Libros de lectura and the Making of Argentine
Damas: William Acree, Univ of North Carolina/Chapel Hill
Decadence in José Asunción Silva’s "De Sobremesa": María Mercedes
Andrade, City Univ of New York/Baruch
Lágrimas pétreas: Caro, Silva y Valencia: José Rodríguez-García, Cornell
University
Historia, modernidad y postcolonialidad en "La gloria de Don Ramiro" de
Larreta y "La guerra gaucha" de Lugones: Alejandro Mejías-López,
Indiana University
531 // LCO006 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Grande Ballroom E
Suspended Narratives: Writing Subjectivity, Reinscribing Silenced
Histories in Latin American Literature
Organizer : Lucía Melgar, El Colegio de México/PIEM, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Marisa Belausteguigoitia, Univ Nacional Autónoma de México,
MEXICO
Re-Reading Violence: Silence, Voice, and Trauma in Mexican Narratives of
Repression: Lucía Melgar, El Colegio de México/PIEM, MEXICO
De rajadas a alzadas: los relatos de la ciudadanía en cuerpo y lengua.
México frontera norte y frontera sur: Marisa Belausteguigoitia, Univ
Nacional Autónoma de México, MEXICO
Historias paraguayas: narración e identidad: Amanda Irwin, Rhodes College
Zoe Valdés’s "Café Nostalgia," Diasporic Aesthetics, and Cuba’s National
Memories: Katherine Sugg, SUNY Stony Brook
Plugging In: "The Matrix" as Virtual Aesthetic of Exile and Daily Reality in
Zoé Valdés' "La nada cotidiana" and Daína Chaviano's "El hombre, la
hembra y el hambre": Christopher Brown, Wahington Univ/Saint Louis
Discussant(s) : Norma Alarcón, UC Berkeley
532 // LCO023 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 14
Longing for a Questionable Past
Organizer : Tanya Weimer, Emory University
Chair(s) : Tanya Weimer, Emory University
A Plotting of Loss: Buenos Aires in Spanish Exile Writings: Gayle Nunley,
University of Vermont
Building on Nostalgia in Tununa Mercado's "En el estado de la memoria":
Tanya Weimer, Emory University
The Pinings of the Past: Paternal Law in Diamela Eltit’s "Los vigilantes":
Katherine Ford, Emory University
Antique Emotions, Recast: Critical Nostalgia in Cuba and Chile: Julia Carroll,
Emory University
Renegotiating the Past: Subject and Spectator in "Memorias del
subdesarrollo": Kerry Hegarty, Emory University
Pulling Out Memory's Stitches in Antonio José Ponte's "Contrabando de
sombras": Jess Boersma, Emory University
Discussant(s) : Victor Rivas, University of Toronto, CANADA
533 // LCO029 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 208
Política y estética queer: la vida escandalosa de César Moro
Organizer : Mariela Dreyfus, New York University
Chair(s) : Mariela Dreyfus, New York University
Moro: la instauración de una política sexual: Mariela Dreyfus, New York
University
Cesar Moro's Politics of Poetics: Kent Dickson, Univ of California/Los
Angeles
Moro: moralidad y escritura: Iván Ruiz-Ayala, Georgia College a State Univ
El cuerpo y la palabra: la obra poética de César Moro: Perla Masi, Princeton
University
534 // LCO037 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 8
Vida desnuda: del imperio a la post-dictadura
Organizer : Adriana Johnson, Univ of California/Irvine
Chair(s) : Kate Jenckes, Rice University
Poetry, the Polis and Bare Life: Kate Jenckes, Rice University
Sobre "Genocidio y justicia. La destruccion de las Indias ayer y hoy," de
Bartolomé Clavero: Alberto Moreiras, Duke University
La excepción de la ley como experiencia redimida: Oscar Cabezas, Duke
University
The Nudity of Voice, the Death of Sovereignty: What Comes after Transition
in the Southern Cone?: Patrick Dove, Indiana University
Contravida: Sovereign Power and Bare Life: Adriana Johnson, Univ of
California/Irvine
Discussant(s) : John Kraniauskas, University of London/Birkbeck, UNITED
KINGDOM
535 // LCO043 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 3
El reposicionamiento del autor: rastros literarios y nuevas tendencias en
la literatura latinoamericana
Sponsor : HIA
Organizer : Graciela Montaldo, Universidad Simón Bolívar, VENEZUELA
Chair(s) : Febe Armendariz, Univ of California/Davis
Artificio y representación en "El jardín de la señora Murakami" de Mario
Bellatín: Febe Armendariz, Univ of California/Davis
Reapropiación y búsqueda: "Cantares de los vientos primerizos", novela
zapoteca de Javier Castellanos Martínez: Dolores Miralles Alberola, Univ
of California/Davis
Representaciones político-sociales de la nueva dramaturgia chilena. Estado y
autor: una difícil relación: Claudia Darrigrandi Navarro, Univ of
California/Davis
El relato como investigación: Maria Gabriela Muniz, Univ of California/Davis
LASA2004 - 61
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El presidio político en Cuba como literatura visionaria: Francisco Peña, Univ
of California/Davis
Darío retrata a Poe: mercado, público y literatura en la Hispanoamérica de
fines del XIX: Carlos Burgos, Stanford University
Discussant(s) : Neil Larsen, Univ of California/Davis
536 // LCO064 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 115
La narrativa peruana 1950-2004
Organizer : Rocío Ferreira, DePaul University
Chair(s) : Rocío Ferreira, DePaul University
Horror o error: El racismo en los cuentos de Julio Ramón Ribeyro: Giovanna
Bejar, CANADA
Múltiples desplazamientos, violencia política y sujetos nómadas en la
literatura peruana de este fin de siglo: Rocío Ferreira, DePaul University
El placer de narrar. Juego con las convenciones del relato en "El carrusel,"
de Julio Ramón Ribeyro: Ana Patino
Carbon Black and Printing Ink: José María Arguedas, Moncada and Cruz in
El zorro de arriba y el zorro de abajo: Maureen Shea, Tulane University
Intertextualidad, parodia o enganche en "Los geniecillos dominicales" de
Julio Ramón Ribeyro: Giancarla Di Laura, Beloit College
537 // LCO067 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 209
Colombia posmacondiana
Organizer : María Ines Martínez, University of Manitoba, CANADA
Chair(s) : María Ines Martínez, University of Manitoba, CANADA
Ciudad, polución y violencia en "La virgen de los sicarios" de Fernando
Vallejo: Maria Albornoz, Washington University
Cuatro autores: Narrativa Colombiana contemporánea. Estudio
Independiente: Juan Alvarez
Novísima Narrativa colombiana: la lectura como profanación en "Basura" de
Héctor Abad Faciolince: Renata Egüez
Secularización en la literatura colombiana contemporánea: María Ines
Martínez, University of Manitoba, CANADA
Imágenes de una Colombia Nómada en "La multitud errante" de Laura
Restrepo: María Olaya, Oregon State University
538 // MAS005 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Grande Ballroom F
Media & Ideology in Cuba
Organizer : Juan Orlando Perez González, University of Habana, CUBA
Chair(s) : Juan Orlando Perez González, University of Habana, CUBA
El hijo del escriba. La cultura profesional de los jóvenes periodistas cubano:
Juan Orlando Perez González, University of Habana, CUBA
Che Guevara and Icontransnationalism: Denise Blum, California State
Univ/Fresno
Visual Culture and the New Cuban Man: Examining a Core Force behind the
Cuban Revolution, 1959-1963: Yamile Scott, University of Maryland
539 // MTI013 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 114
Transnational Contexts and Indigenous Migration: The Case of Mexico
Organizer : María de los Angeles Crummett, University of South Florida
Chair(s) : Ella Schmidt, Univ of S Florida/St.Petersburg
Heritage Recreated: Cultural and Social Entrepreneurship among the Hñähñü
in the U.S. and Mexico: Ella Schmidt, Univ of S Florida/St.Petersburg,
María de los Angeles Crummett, University of South Florida
Modalidades migratorias en los hogares indígenas del estado de Hidalgo,
México: María Félix Quesada, Colegio de la Frontera Norte, MEXICO
Mujer, Migración y Vivienda. El Caso de los Otomí de El Tephé, Estado de
Hidalgo: Olga Rodríguez Alvarez, GIMTRAP
Ideologies of Language among Nahuatl-speaking Mexican Migrants:
Jacqueline Messing, University of South Florida
540 // POL005 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 108
Taiwan and Latin America
Sponsor : Tamkang University
Organizer : Hsiu-Chi Wang, Tamkang University, TAIWAN
Chair(s) : Yea-Hong Chen, Tamkang University, TAIWAN
Estudios latinoamericanos en Taiwan: Juan Hung Hui, Tamkang University,
TAIWAN
Relaciones internacionales Taiwán-Latinoamérica: La elección de los países
latinoamericanos entre China y Taiwán: Francisco Luis Pérez Expósito,
Tamkang University, TAIWAN
The End of One-Party Dominance: A Comparative Analysis of the KMT in
Taiwan and the PRI in Mexico: Hsiao-Yun Yu, TAIWAN
Constitucionalidad del Derecho a la Educación: comparación entre
Latinoamérica y Taiwan: Susana Nélida Vittadini Andrés, Tamkang
University, TAIWAN
Un estudio comparativo del indigenismo en América Latina y en Taiwan:
Hsiao-Chuan Chen, Tamkang University, TAIWAN
Discussant(s) : Antonio Hsiang, Tamkang University, TAIWAN
541 // POL009 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 105
Espacio público, procesos e instituciones políticas Argentina y Brasil
Organizer : Isidoro Cheresky, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Chair(s) : Isidoro Cheresky, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Viejos y nuevos partidos. Cambios en la representación política en Argentina:
Inés Pousadela, CONICET, ARGENTINA
Capital político temporal y representación en el PT y el liderazgo de Lula:
Vicente Palermo, Inst. Torcuato Di Tella, BRAZIL
Cambio de rumbo y recomposición política en Argentina – Néstor Kirchner
cumple un año de gobierno: Isidoro Cheresky, Universidad de Buenos
Aires, ARGENTINA
The Accountability of Central Banks in Latin America: How Legislatives
Control Central Banks: Inés Patrício, Universidade Federal Flutinense,
BRAZIL
Arenas institucionais e esferas públicas na consolidação democratica
brasileira: Fernando Lattman Weltman, CPDOC, BRAZIL
Constituição de Políticas Públicas?: Cláudio Gonçalves Couto, PUC/Sao
Paulo, BRAZIL
Brasil y Argentina: Los nuevos escenarios políticos y el proceso de
integración: Edgardo Aldo Mocca, Universidad de Buenos Aires,
ARGENTINA
542 // POL015 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 16
Diffusion, Dissemination and the Spread of Public Policies Across Brazil
Organizer : Natasha Borges Sugiyama, University of Texas/Austin
Chair(s) : Marta Santos Ferreira Farah, Fundação Getúlio Vargas/São Paulo,
BRAZIL
Gender, Public Policies and Subnational Government in Brazil: Marta Santos
Ferreira Farah, Fundação Getúlio Vargas/São Paulo, BRAZIL
Political Incentives, Ideology and Social Networks: The Diffusion of Social
Policy Across Brazil: Natasha Borges Sugiyama, University of
Texas/Austin
Government: A Feminine Issue? Gender and Public Policy in Brazilian
Subnational Governments: Luis Fujiwara, University of Texas/Austin
Disseminação de inovações em gestão local: Veronika Paulics, PÓLIS,
BRAZIL
Participatory Politics and Municipal Authority: The Diffusion of Participatory
Budgeting Across Brazil: Brian Wampler, Boise State University
Discussant(s) : Zachary Elkins, Univ of Illinois/Urbana-Champaign
543 // POL023 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Top of the Riviera
North
The Comparative Politics of Latin America: A Critical Assessment
Organizer : Fabrice Lehoucq, CIDE, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Fabrice Lehoucq, CIDE, MEXICO
Impeachments, Autogolpes, or Democratic Re-stabilization? A Fuzzy Set
Qualitative Comparative Analysis of Institutional Crises in Latin America
1954-1996: Felipe Botero Jaramillo, University of Arizona, Leandro
Carrera, University of Arizona
Electoral Laws and their Consequences In Latin America: Fabrice Lehoucq,
CIDE, MEXICO
The Study of Latin-American Presidentialism: Gabriel Negretto, CIDE,
MEXICO
Current Issues in Latin American Civil-Military Relations: Kirk Bowman,
Georgia Tech
Discussant(s) : Gerardo Munck, University of Southern California
544 // POL024 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 107
Water Management and Institutional Reform in Brazil
Organizer : Maria Carmen Lemos, University of Michigan
Chair(s) : Rebecca Abers, University of Brasilia, BRAZIL
Muddy Waters: Decentralization, Coordination and Power Struggle in the
Brazilian Water Management Reform: Rebecca Abers, University of
Brasilia, BRAZIL, Margaret Keck
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Organização social e teoria política aplicadas à gestão das águas brasileiras:
a sociedade civil nas bacias do rio das velhas/ minas gerais e do rio dos
sinos/ rio grande do sul: Daniela Nogueira, Universidade de Brasilia,
BRAZIL
Bureaucracy Matters: The Role of Técnicos in the Brazilian Water
Management Reform: Ricardo Gutierrez, Univ Nacional de San Martín,
ARGENTINA
Mensuração do capital social em comitês de bacia hidrográfica: Fernando
Monteiro, PROCAM, BRAZIL, Pedro Jacobi, BRAZIL
Civil Society Participation in Water Management in Brazil: Anna Gruben
The Brazilian Water Reform in Comparative Perspective: The Role of
Technoscientific Knowledge in Decisionmaking at the Watershed Level:
Maria Carmen Lemos, University of Michigan
545 // POL045 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 106
Second Generation Reforms: Health, Environment and Food Programs
Organizer : Robert Kaufman, Rutgers University
Chair(s) : Carolina Verissimo Barbieri, Universidade de Campinas, BRAZIL
Fome Zero and the Pilots for Social Policy: Claudio Dedecca, Universidade
de Campinas, BRAZIL, Carolina Verissimo Barbieri, Universidade de
Campinas, BRAZIL
Decentralization, State and Society Relationships in Brazil: Towards
Synergy?: Patricia Mendonca, Universidade Federal da Bahia, BRAZIL
State Reform and Second Generation Initiatives, Feeding the People in the
Dominican Republic and Mexico: Ken Mitchell, Saint Peter's College
Decentralization and Citizen Participation in Health Care policy in Brazil;
Lessons from Japanese Health Care Policy: Kazumi Noguchi, Yokohama
Nacional University, JAPAN
Federalism, Partisan Politics and Environmental Policy Reform: Justin
Pearlman, Duke University
The Politics of Reproductive Health Policy in the Era of Health Sector
Reform: Gender and Social Policy in Peru and Bolivia: Stephanie
Rousseau, Univ of North Carolina/Chapel Hill, CANADA
Practicing Politics: Political Process and Religion in Recent Guatemalan
Elections: C. Matthew Samson, University at Albany/SUNY
Reactive Politicization: Redefining the Frontiers Between the Religious and
the Secular: Juan Vaggione, New School University
549 // SJU011 Workshop Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Grande Ballroom G
Off the Mark: U.S. International Counternarcotics Policy in Latin
America and the Caribbean
Sponsor : Washington Office on Latin America
Organizer : Eileen Rosin, WOLA
Chair(s) : Eileen Rosin, WOLA
Participants: Laurie Freeman, Washington Office on Latin America; Adam
Isacson, Center for International Policy; Isaias Rojas Pérez, Johns Hopkins
University; María Clemencia Ramírez Lemus, Colombian Inst of Anth &
History; Coletta Youngers, Washington Office on Latin America
550 // SJU012 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 206
Citizen Security and Human Rights
Organizer : Gregory Weeks, Univ of North Carolina/Charlotte
Chair(s) : Gregory Weeks, Univ of North Carolina/Charlotte
Deep Wounds, Shallow Justice* Judicial Independence, International Courts
and Human Rights Accountability in Guatemala - A Comparative Analysis:
Jeffrey Davis, Univ of Maryland/Baltimore Cty
Arrested Development: The Military and Intelligence Reform in Chile and
Peru: Gregory Weeks, Univ of North Carolina/Charlotte
Defining Citizen Security in Chile’s Municipalities: International Discourses,
National Politics, and Local Realities: Mary Rose Kubal, St. Bonaventure
University
The Changing Face of Public Safety Policy in Brazil: Ronald Ahnen, St.
Mary's College/California
Discussant(s) : Claudio Fuentes, FLACSO/Chile, CHILE
546 // POL047 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 104
Political Discourses, Ideologies, and Public Policies
Organizer : Howard Wiarda, University of Massachusetts
Chair(s) : Ray Bromley, SUNY/Albany
Rituals, Narrative and Identity in the Mexican Transition The case of higher
education: Will Pansters, Utrecht University, THE NETHERLANDS
Dilemas éticos de la gestión sociocultural: Eduardo Francisco Freyre Roach,
CUBA
Latin American Visions for "National Projects": Third-way Politics, NationBuilding, Geopolitics and Self-Reliance: Ray Bromley, SUNY/Albany
Reconstituting the Mexican People: The Revolutionary State's Cultural
Enterprise: Meredith Staples, Rutgers University
"Left" and "Right" in Latin America: A Cross-national Q-Method Study:
Elizabeth Zechmeister, University of California/Davis
547 // RAE010 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 116
Citizenship Reimagined? Crisis and Opportunities in the Americas
Organizer : Rebecca Overmyer-Velázquez, Whittier College
Chair(s) : Rebecca Overmyer-Velázquez, Whittier College
Acontecimiento y multitud: elementos para una relectura de las
representaciones de la revolución haitiana: Juan Antonio Hernández,
University of Kentucky
Citizenship Reimagined: The Mexican Indigenous Case: Rebecca OvermyerVelázquez, Whittier College
Who is a Citizen? Racialized & Gendered Citizenship in Latin American State
Accounts: Darcie Vandegrift, University of Wisconsin/Whitewater
Gendered Citizen Bodies in the Dominican Republic: Light Carruyo, Vassar
College
Sexuality & Citizenship in Miami: Susana Peña, Bowling Green State
University
548 // ROR013 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 202
Religion, the State, and Electoral Politics
Organizer : Edward Cleary, Providence College
Chair(s) : Abigail Adams, Central Connecticut State Univ
A Mass, a Kiss, & a Voter’s Guide: Reexamining Church-State Relations in
Mexico: Lynda Barrow, Coe College
Spirit Possession and Politics: A Case Study from Guatemala’s 2003
Presidential Campaign: Abigail Adams, Central Connecticut State Univ
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Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am
551 // ART001 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 203
En busca de lo moderno. Itinerarios e intercambios de las artes en
latinoamerica.
Organizer : Maria Isabel Baldasarre, Universidad de Buenos Aires,
ARGENTINA
Chair(s) : Silvia Esther Dolinko, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Art as a Means of Constructing Latin American Realities: Alejandra
Rodríguez-Remedi, Gray's School of Art, UNITED KINGDOM
Luis Seoane en la trama cultural del exilio Español: Silvia Esther Dolinko,
Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
La abstracción en viajes de ida y vuelta. Contactos institucionales entre
Argentina y Brasil a principios de los '50: María Amalia García,
Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Vitrine de l’art contestataire’. Consideraciones sobre los artistas
latinoamericanos incluidos en la revista francesa Robho (1967-1971):
Isabel Plante, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Torres Garcia en el Buenos Aires de los Primeros Cuarenta. Acerca de la
circulación de la obra torresgarciana antes de la aparición de la revista
Arturo: María Cristina Rossi, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Samuel Oliver al frente del Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de Buenos Aires
(1964-1977): Avatares de un proyecto modernizador en América Latina:
Luisa Fabiana Serviddio, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Discussant(s) : Viviana Usubiaga, Universidad de Buenos Aires,
ARGENTINA
552 // CIT012 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 212
Urban Protest and Citizenship Mobilization
Organizer : Sergio Tamayo, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Sergio Tamayo, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
City Lights and Nature's Citizens: The Case of Chile's Alto Bío Bío: Alex
Latta, York University, CANADA
"El Alto…de rodillas nunca, the pie siempre!": Indigenous and Class
Identities in the Conformation of Urban Challenges to Neo-Liberalism:
Juan Arbona, Bryn Mawr College
Participation Only Flows Downwards: Community Organizations in a Poor
Municipality of Santiago, Chile: Benny Marcus, University of Texas/Austin
The Limits of Revolutionary Activism: Struggling to Produce a Well
Constituted Home in Chile, 1969-1973: Edward Murphy, Univ of
Michigan/Ann Arbor
Apropiación política del espacio público. Etnografías electorales y
manifestaciones públicas en la ciudad de México: Sergio Tamayo, Univ
Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO, Xochitl Cruz-Guzmán, Univ de
Toulouse II/France, MEXICO
553 // CTM013 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 101
Teatralidades políticas latinoamericanas: de niños, calles y carnavales
Organizer : Alicia Del Campo, California State Univ/Long Beach
Chair(s) : Lola Proaño Gómez, Pasadena City College
Poética y política en el teatro Argentino de la postdictadura: Jorge Dubatti,
ARGENTINA
El teatro infantil y juvenil en la Argentina: Poéticas y práxis políticas (19832000): Nora Sormani, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
El carnaval poblano, una variante de teatralidad popular en México: Ileana
Azor, Univ de las Americas/Puebla, MEXICO
Teatro callejero: resistencia y búsqueda de identidad: André Carreira, Univ
do Estado de Santa Catarina, BRAZIL
554 // CUL028 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 104
Postcolonialism and its Discontents: Approaches to the Making of
Identities from Literature, Folklore, and Psychoanalysis
Organizer : Raquel Romberg, Temple University
Chair(s) : Raquel Romberg, Temple University
Rich Anger: Ghettorics of Hysteria: Patricia Gherovici, Philadelphia Lacan
Study Group
Postcolonial Identities and Cultural Borderlands: Notes on Reconceptualizing
Internal Colonialism: Miguel Díaz-Barriga, Swarthmore College
Performing a Postcolonial Colony? Locations and Dislocations of Folklore
and Nationalism: Raquel Romberg, Temple University
Discussant(s) : Ana Cara, Oberlin College
555 // CUL030 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Monaco Tower 17
Juegos de azar: entre nos otros
Organizer : Lucas Izquierdo, Georgetown University
Chair(s) : Lucas Izquierdo, Georgetown University
Somos los que somos y los que no son que se vistan y se vayan: Lucas
Izquierdo, Georgetown University
Ficciones de la sociedad civil en Ciudad de México: Ignacio López Vicuña,
University of Pittsburgh
¿Por qué (no) se escribe en quechua sobre los aviones?:el proyecto poético de
J. M. Arguedas: Irina Feldman, Georgetown University
Superficial Inscriptions: Geo-Elemental Discourse and the Cosmopolitan
Turn in the Inca Garcilaso's "Comentarios Reales": Samuel Steinberg,
University of Pennsylvania
The Subaltern Other: Natalia Perez, Univ of California/Irvine
Discussant(s) : Jon Beasley-Murray, University of Manchester, UNITED
KINGDOM
556 // CUL035 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 106
Rumors, Secrets and Lies: Politics of Identification
Organizer : Stuart Rockefeller, Haverford College
Chair(s) : Susan Paulson, Miami University/Ohio
Hidden Sex and Public Virility in the Andes: Susan Paulson, Miami
University/Ohio
Cross-Dressing Cuban Identity: Miguel T. Tolón and Militant Voices in Exile:
Rodrigo Lazo, University of California/Irvine
Rumors of Fat and Lies: Knowledge and Falsehood in Andean Pishtaco
Accounts: Stuart Rockefeller, Haverford College
Secrecy and Performance, Secrecy as Performance: Trade Secrets and
Revelations in Mexican Professional Wrestling: Heather Levi, Lake Forest
College
Witchcraft, Rumor and Conspiracy in Cuba, Past and Present: Paul Ryer,
University of Chicago
Discussant(s) : Thomas Abercrombie, New York University
557 // DEM002 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 7
Estado, sociedad y política en Venezuela. Mirando al futuro
Organizer : José Molina, Universidad del Zulia, VENEZUELA
Chair(s) : Daniel Levine, University of Michigan
Clases sociales y apoyo a la revolución bolivariana en Venezuela: José
Molina, Universidad del Zulia, VENEZUELA
Re-conceiving possible futures for civil society and politics: Daniel Levine,
University of Michigan
Ongoing Transitions: Gender and Politics Before and After Chávez: Elisabeth
Friedman, Barnard College, Columbia Univ
Sociedad civil y partidos políticos en Venezuela: dificultades y aprendizajes
en la Coordinadora Democrática: Luis Gómez-Calcaño, CENDES, Univ
Central de Venezuela, VENEZUELA
Democracia y nueva politización en la Venezuela actual: Valia PereiraAlmao, Universidad del Zulia, VENEZUELA
Venezuela: límites y alcances de la “democracia participativa": Miriam
Kornblith, Universidad Central de Venezuela, VENEZUELA
Discussant(s) : Leslie Anderson, University of Florida
558 // ECO005 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 201
Reestructuración productiva en los distritos industriales de México:
Evidencia empírica y modelos analíticos
Organizer : Hector Raul Pacheco Vega, Univ of British Columbia, CANADA
Chair(s) : Hector Raul Pacheco Vega, Univ of British Columbia, CANADA
Historia de dos ciudades: Un análisis comparativo de los distritos industriales
del cuero y calzado en León y Guadalajara: Hector Raul Pacheco Vega,
Univ of British Columbia, CANADA
Reestructuración productiva y formas empresariales de organización: el caso
de un distrito industrial mexicano (industria de la confección en
Zapotlanejo): María del Rosario Cota Yáñez, Univ de Guadalajara,
MEXICO
¿Es Factible Hablar de un Distrito Industrial del Calzado en León?: Adriana
Martínez Martínez, ITESM, MEXICO
La reestructuración productiva en Guadalajara: Conformación de una nueva
estructura económica y nuevas redes de producción: Juan Jorge Rodríguez
Bautista, Univ de Guadalajara, MEXICO
Las pequeñas y medianas industrias en México: Un análisis estructural:
Gabriel Tapia Tovar, Univ Michoacana San Nicolás, MEXICO
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559 // ECO013 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Grande Ballroom E
Social Costs of Industrial Growth in Northern Mexico and Responses
Organizer : Kathryn Kopinak, Kings University College, CANADA
Chair(s) : Cirila Quintero Ramírez, Colegio de la Frontera Norte, MEXICO
Socioeconomic Characteristics and Impacts of Mature Maquilization: Is
Mexico at a Turning Point?: James Cypher, Cal State University/Fresno
Trabajo femenino y dinámica regional en la industria maquiladora de
México: María Eugenia de la O-Martínez, CIESAS, MEXICO
¿Cuanto cuesta? Environmental Costs of Development in the U.S.-Mexico
Border Region: Robert Varady, University of Arizona, Barbara Morehouse,
University of Arizona
Building Collaborative Partnerships that Include Maquiladoras: Lessons from
Ambos Nogales: Diane Austin, University of Arizona, Michele Kimpel
Guzmán, Edna Mendoza
So What Is to Be Done?: Maquila Justice Movements, Transnational
Solidarity, and Dynamics of Resistance: Joe Bandy, Bowdoin College
Discussant(s) : Kathryn Kopinak, Kings University College, CANADA
560 // ENV004 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 208
Transgenics, Science, and Environmental Futures
Organizer : Pedro Morán-Palma
Chair(s) : Julia Guivant, BRAZIL
The Governance of New Food Risks: GMOs and the Redefinition of the Public
Arena in Brazil: Julia Guivant, BRAZIL
Transgénicos en México: urgen estudios de campo: Pedro Morán-Palma
Herbal Medicine: An Ethnobotanical and Socio-economic Study of Markets in
Quito, Ecuador: Johanna Putscher, Austrian Research Centers, AUSTRIA,
Christian Reinhardt Vogl, AUSTRIA, Brigitte Vogl-Lukasser, AUSTRIA
Contribución de las ciencias naturales a la formación de una conciencia
ambiental. Experiencias y resultados: Leslie Yáñez-González, Universidad
de la Habana, CUBA
561 // FEA009 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 103
UNDP's Report on Democracy in Latin America: Toward a Citizen's
Democracy
Organizer : Victor Arango
Chair(s) : Gerardo Munck, University of Southern California
Presenters: Guillermo O’Donnell, University of Notre Dame; Gustavo
Fernandez, UNDP
Discussant(s) : Rebecca Grynspan, ECLAC/Mexico; Robert Pastor, Center for
Democracy and Election Management, American University; Evelyn
Huber, University of North Carolina/Chapell Hill; Daniel Zovatto,
International IDEA
562 // GEN023 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Top of the Riviera
South
Criadas, Chinas, Workers: Domestic Service in the Americas in
Interdisciplinary Perspective
Organizer : Nara Milanich, Univ California/Davis
Chair(s) : Elizabeth Quay Hutchison, University of New Mexico
Migration Subsidies: The Transfer of Value from Sending to Receiving States
in Transnational Social Reproduction: Tarna Gahan-Hunter, San Diego
State University, Kristin Hill Maher, San Diego State Univ
From Domestic Servant to Working-Class Housewife: Poor Women,
Marriage, and Service in Chile: Nara Milanich, Univ California/Davis
Domestic Economies: Mothers, Daughters and Domestic Service, Mexico
City, 1920-1940: Ann Blum
Trust in a Stranger: Reading Social Semiotics in a Domestic Employment
Agency in Southern California: Kristin Hill Maher, San Diego State Univ
Discussant(s) : Susan Besse, CUNY
563 // HIS008 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 111
Una nación en armas: nuevos enfoques en torno a la Guerra del Pacífico,
1879-1883 (Panel II)
Organizer : Carmen Mc Evoy, Univ of the South/Sewanee
Chair(s) : William Skuban, California State Univ/Fresno
Nationalism at Work: Chileanizing the Workimg Sectors of Tacna and Arica:
1880-1930: William Skuban, California State Univ/Fresno
Escenificación y pose en la fotografía de la Guerra del Pacífico: Alejandra
Vega, Universidad Católica/Chile, CHILE
La guerra de las imágenes: prensa y caricatura en la Guerra del Pacífico:
Trinidad Zaldívar, Univ Católica/Santiago de Chile
¿Hambre y sed un enemigo? Raciones alimenticias y aprovisionamiento de
agua del ejército chileno en las campañas de la guerra del Pacífico:
Carolina Sciolla, Univ Católica/Santiago de Chile, CHILE
Guerra, beneficencia y secularización: el "Asilo de la Patria", 1879-1883:
David Home, Univ Católica/Santiago de Chile, CHILE
Discussant(s) : José Luis Renique, University of New York
564 // HIS010 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 107
Espacios de sociabilidad en Puerto Rico
Sponsor : Univ of Puerto Rico
Organizer : Mayra Rosario-Urrutia, University of Puerto Rico
Chair(s) : Mayra Rosario-Urrutia, University of Puerto Rico
Entre la certeza y la ambigüedad: el muñocismo y la huelga cañera de 1942:
Luis Villaronga Sweet, Univ de Puerto Rico/Bayamón
"Estrictamente confidencial”: sociabilidades prohibidas de la Policía Insular,
1940-1950?: Mayra Rosario-Urrutia, University of Puerto Rico
Cuando el amor no basta: significados culturales del matrimonio en el P. R.
del siglo XIX: María del Carmen Baerga, University of Puerto Rico
Suscripciones por desastres y patrones de sociabilidad en Utuado y Cayey,
Puerto Rico, 1832-1852: Fernando Picó, University of Puerto Rico
Narrativas de género en la sociabilidad/antisociabilidad del Puerto Rico del
siglo XIX: Astrid Cubano-Iguina, University of Puerto Rico
Discussant(s) : Luis Martínez-Fernández, University of Central Florida
565 // HIS026 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Monaco Tower 16
The Republic in its Labyrinth: State, Nation, and War in 19th-Century
Latin America
Organizer : Daniel Haworth, Angelo State University
Chair(s) : Daniel Haworth, Angelo State University
Limited States and Limited Wars. The Recruitment in the Province of Rio de
Janeiro/Brazil, during the War of the Triple Alliance: Vitor Izecksohn,
Univ Federal do Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL
Imaging the Nation-State: Symbol, Ritual, and War in Reforma Mexico:
Daniel Haworth, Angelo State University
An Eminently National War? Mexican Ambivalence about Los Indios
Barbaros, 1830-1846: Brian De Lay, University of Colorado
Total War, Total Defeat: Large-scale war and state implosion in Paraguay,
1811-1911: Kevin Chambers, Gonzaga University
Cholera, Boundaries, Immolations, and the Conjure of the State in 19th
century Argentina: Silvia Torezani, University of Western Australia
Warriors over a Female Body: Masculine Fictions of the Independence Wars
in Vicente Fidel Lopez's "La loca de la guardia" (1896) and Alberto Blest
Gana's "Durante la Reconquista" (1898): Alvaro Kaempfer, University of
Richmond
Discussant(s) : Daniel Gutierrez, Harvard University
566 // HIS037 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 109
New Approaches and Debates on Cold War in Latin America
Organizer : Daniela Spenser, CIESAS, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Daniela Spenser, CIESAS, MEXICO
Useful Strangers: Recent Ecuadorian/U.S. Relations: Ron Pineo, Towson
University
The Origins of "Third Worldism": The Impact of the Mexican and Russian
Revolutions on Political Ideologies in Latin America and India: Vasant
Bawa, Shanti Foundation, INDIA
Cuban Missile Crisis: Catalyst of Soviet Projection in Latin America: Daniela
Spenser, CIESAS, MEXICO
Locating the Global South in the Theorisation of the Cold War: Richard Saull,
University of Leicester, UNITED KINGDOM
What We Know and Should Know: Bringing Latin America More
Meaningfully into Cold War Studies: Gilbert Joseph, Yale University
César Chávez, Chicano Civil Rights, and the Cold War: Stephen Pitti, Yale
University
Discussant(s) : Friedrich Katz, University of Chicago
567 // HSS002 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 202
Public Bodies: Biopolitics and the State in Contemporary Latin America
Organizer : Andrew Lakoff, Univ of California/San Diego
Chair(s) : Elizabeth Roberts, Univ of California/Berkeley
Brazilian Health Policies & the International Private Sector: Peter Wogart,
DUEI, GERMANY, Gilbert Calcagnotto, DUEI, GERMANY
Equatorial In Vitro – Ecuadorian Modernity and New Reproductive
Technologies: Elizabeth Roberts, Univ of California/Berkeley
LASA2004 - 65
SATURDAY / 10:00 am - 11:45 am
The End of Psychoanalysis? An Argentine Requiem: Andrew Lakoff, Univ of
California/San Diego
New Markets, New Bodies: "Democratizing" Beauty in Brazil: Alex Edmonds,
Univ of California/Los Angeles
Pharma Nation: Bioprospecting and the Politics of Public-ness in Mexico:
Cori Hayden, Girton College, UNITED KINGDOM
A Social Science Fiction of Pharmakons and Fevers: Malaria, the Colonial
Laboratory, and the Postcolonial New Human: Diane Nelson, Duke
University
Discussant(s) : Charles Briggs, Univ of California/San Diego
568 // HSS005 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 205
Public Health and Politics of Disease Prevention in Latin America, 19th
and 20th Centuries.
Organizer : Adam Warren, Univ of California/San Diego
Chair(s) : Diego Armus, Swarthmore College
The Jenner Vaccine and the Politics of Smallpox Prevention in Late Colonial
Peru: Adam Warren, Univ of California/San Diego
Public Health, Syphilis, and Sexuality in Early Twentieth-Century Lima: Paulo
Drinot, Oxford University, UNITED KINGDOM
Tuberculosis and Architecture in Cuba: Fulgencio Batista and Topes de
Collantes: John Gutierrez, CUNY
Campesinos, Tuberculosis, and Regional Identity in Postrevolutionary
Yucatan: Alexandra Puerto, Univ of California/Davis
Discussant(s) : Diego Armus, Swarthmore College
569 // INT021 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 209
Emerging Inter-American Relationships
Organizer : Raul Saba, University of Arizona
Chair(s) : José Briceño Ruiz, University of the Andes, VENEZUELA
From the Confederación Antillana to the Association of Caribbean States:
Antecedents for the Construction of a Caribbean Regional Identity: Angel
Viera-Tirado, Purdue University
The Free Trade Area of the Americas: Dependency or Interdependence in the
Western Hemisphere: José Briceño Ruiz, University of the Andes,
VENEZUELA
La geopolítica de México en Centroamérica: ¿Una hegemonía regional?:
Alberto Rocha Valencia, Universidad de Guadalajara, MEXICO
Innovation, Interdependence and Integration in the Ecuador-Peru
Borderlands: Challenges and Achievements: Raul Saba, University of
Arizona
Motivações e limitações para uma cooperação em defesa e segurança no
Mercosul: Samuel Soares, UNESP, BRAZIL
570 // LAT003 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 113
Latin American Immigrants and (In)Justice in the Contemporary USA:
Perspectives from Law and Social Science
Organizer : Julia Cottle, Univ of California/Davis
Chair(s) : Hinda Seif, Univ of California/Davis
Undocumented Latin American (Im)migrants and the Struggle for
Identification and Recognition: An Ethnographic Perspective from
California: Hinda Seif, Univ of California/Davis
Immigration and Civil Rights Law in the 21st Century: A Case Study –
Driver’s Licenses and Undocumented Immigrants: Kevin Johnson, Univ of
California/Davis
Controlling Borders or Controlling Political Participation and Organizing:
Examining the Role of Immigration Raids and Sweeps in Mexican
American Communities: Mary Romero, Arizona State University
The Place of the Undocumented Worker in the United States after Hoffman
Plastics Compounds: Maria Pabon Lopez, Indiana University
It's No Accident: Adding Insult to Mexican Workers' Injuries at a Food
Processing Plant in Northern California: Julia Cottle, Univ of
California/Davis
Discussant(s) : Robert McLaughlin, Univ of California/Davis
571 // LAT006 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Monaco Tower 15
Mexican History through Chicano/a Eyes: Metaphors of Identity,
Displacement and Nomadic Subjects in Recent Chicano/a Fiction
Organizer : Angélica Lozano-Alonso, Furman University
Chair(s) : Angélica Lozano-Alonso, Furman University
From Family Stories to Transnational Imaginings: The Role of Gender and
Color in Sandra Cisneros’s "Caramelo": Adriana Estill, Carleton College
Translating History, Language and Culture in Sandra Cisneros’s
"Caramelo": Angélica Lozano-Alonso, Furman University
Let's Go Mexico!: Metaphors of Travel and Contact Zones in Michele Serros'
"How to be a Chicana Role Model": Spencer Herrera, University of New
Mexico
Nomadic Subjects/Nomadic Spaces: Floating Signifiers and Displaced
Histories in Gaspar de Alba: Juan Rojo, Simon's Rock College of Bard
Re-writing the Aztec Past, Reinterpreting the Mexican Present in Guy
Garcia's "Obsidian Sky": Miguel Lopez, University of New Mexico
572 // LAW007 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 204
Issues in Transnational Crime, Law, and Justice: Chile, Cuba, and
Mexico
Organizer : Eduardo Gamarra, Florida International University
Chair(s) : Thomas Donovan, Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
Jurisdictional Relationships Between Nations and Their Former Colonies:
Thomas Donovan, Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
The Long Arm of the Law: Legal Culture, Historical Memory, and Democratic
Identity in Chile and Mexico: Stephanie Golob, CUNY/Baruch College
Human Trafficking in the U.S.-Mexican Border Region: David Shirk,
University of San Diego, Alexandra Webber, University of San Diego
Procesos legales en estados unidos contra el gobierno cubano. Notas para su
estudio: Clara Nila Haedo González, Union Nacional de Juristas de Cuba,
CUBA
573 // LCN010 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 207
Discursos de nación en México: Siglo XIX
Organizer : Ignacio Sánchez-Prado, University of Pittsburgh
Chair(s) : Pedro Palou, Universidad de las Américas/Puebla, MEXICO
Mal de mapa: el discurso cartográfico en la narrativa de Altamirano: Kari
Salkjelsvik, University of Bergen, NORWAY
Picaresca y conciencia criolla en "El Periquillo Sarniento," un discurso
marginal: Pedro Palou, Universidad de las Américas/Puebla, MEXICO
Individuo o cuerpo social: peculiaridad de los Manuales de Costumbres para
niños del XIX mexicano: Alvaro Enrigue, University of Maryland
"El libro rojo": figuras heroicas, historia oficial e imaginación novelesca
según Vicente Riva Palacio: Claudia Muñoz-Campos, University of
Pittsburgh
Mapas de la nación en Manuel Payno: Edgar Mejía, Boston University
Hordas, tribus, gavillas, estados: los dilemas de la soberanía en "La Génesis
del crimen en México," de Julio Guerrero: Juan Pablo Dabove, Univ of
Colorado/Boulder
574 // LCO004 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 4
Búsquedas y Propuestas: Escritoras latinoamericanas
Organizer : Patricia González, Smith College
Chair(s) : Marina Kaplan, Smith College
"Invitada a oir nada más que hasta el fondo" Alejandra Pizarnik: Patricia
González, Smith College
Writing an Absent Sense: Tununa Mercado's "En estado de memoria": Marina
Kaplan, Smith College
Dos caras de la hibridez cultural: Sandra Cisneros y Cristina García:
Gwendolyn Díaz, St. Mary University
Genealogías matrilineales en la obra de Nancy Morejón: Juanamaría
Cordones-Cook, University of Missouri
Gergina Herrera: Situar la memoria: Yana Elsa Brugal, Proyecto Cultural
"Arte Tiempo", CUBA
575 // LCO015 Workshop Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox
206
The Need for Translation: Current Questions and Concerns. Workshop
One of Two Workshops
Organizer : Carol Maier, Kent State University
Chair(s) : Carol Maier, Kent State University
Participants: Luiza Franco Moreira, SUNY/Binghamton; Sylvia Molloy, New
York University; Marcy Schwartz, Rutgers/State University; Vicky Unruh,
University of Kansas; Sergio Waisman, George Washington University
Discussant(s) : Kathleen Ross, New York University
576 // LCO024 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 112
Ecocritical Perspectives on Latin American Literature
Organizer : Laura Barbas Rhoden, Wofford College
Chair(s) : Laura Barbas Rhoden, Wofford College
LASA2004 - 66
SATURDAY / 10:00 am - 11:45 am
Ecological Awareness and Ethnic Identity in Manilo Argueta's "Cuzcatlán
donde bate el mar del sur" and Arturo Arias' "Los caminos de Paxil": Joel
Postema, Washington University
Unruly Subjects: Ecocritical Perspectives on Memory and Nation in Argentine
Fiction: Laura Barbas Rhoden, Wofford College
The Consequences of Capitalism: An Ecocritical Approach to Select "Cuentos
Misioneros" by Horacio Quiroga: Bridgette Gunnels, State Univ of West
Georgia
El determinismo ambiental y el discurso racial en tres obras indigenistas de
Enrique López Albújar: Rossana Pattroni, Georgia College and State Univ
Nuevas identificaciones entre mujer y naturaleza: Sofía Kearns, Furman
University
Ecocriticism and Shamanism in the Poetry of Pablo Antonio Cuadra: Steven
White, St. Lawrence University
577 // LCO030 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 116
Habitar el cuerpo poético (I)
Sponsor : Boston Univ/Univ of Cali/Berkeley
Organizer : Anna Deeny, Univ of California/Berkeley
Chair(s) : Anna Deeny, Univ of California/Berkeley
La "voz" poética en movimiento: "Entonces" de Mercedes Roffé: Anna
Deeny, Univ of California/Berkeley
El artista y la soledad de la escritura en "Trilce": Tulio Campos, Boston
University
La función de la memoria y la mirada en relación a la constitución del sujeto
poético en "Trilce" de Vallejo: Bridget Arce, Univ of California/Berkeley
Mothers in Mourning: Poetry from Argentina and Chile: Sarah Schoelkopf,
Univ of California/Berkeley
Leer en fili-grama: Una aproximación lingüística a "Cadáveres" de Néstor
Perlongher: Sonia Montes, Univ of California/Berkeley
De "Los poemas de Sidney West" a "Debaxu": Los desplazamientos del yo y el
acontecer de la palabra: Juan Gelman: Sarli Mercado, Boston University
578 // LGS004 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 211
Sexual Border Crossings, Identities, and Practices
Organizer : Marysol Asencio, University of Connecticut
Chair(s) : María Mercedes Gómez, Universidad de los Andes, COLOMBIA
Puerto Rican Migrants: National Identity and Sexuality: Marysol Asencio,
University of Connecticut
Hate Crimes and Sexual Orientation: Elements for a Comparison between
Colombia and the United States: María Mercedes Gómez, Universidad de
los Andes, COLOMBIA
Cambio en las prácticas sexuales de los migrantes homosexuales mexicanos
en Estados Unidos: Enrique Martínez, Universidad de Guadalajara,
MEXICO
Travestis em Juiz de Fora: um breve retrato: Marcelo Tavares, BRAZIL
Tacit Subjects: A Critique of Compulsory Disclosure: Carlos Decena, NYU
579 // MTI026 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 115
Migración cubana
Organizer : Damian Fernandez, Florida International University
Chair(s) : Rolando García Quiñones, Universidad de la Habana, CUBA
El papel de la migración en el proceso de transición demográfica en Cuba:
Rolando García Quiñones, Universidad de la Habana, CUBA
Tendencias y patrones de la población de origen cubano residente en paises
de América Latina y EEUU: Blanca Morejón Seijas, Universidad de la
Habana, CUBA
Identidad cubana y espacios religiosos transnacionales: Ana Celia Perera
Pintado, CIPS, CUBA
580 // POL001 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Monaco Tower 13
La representación política en el congreso mexicano
Sponsor : UNAM-UAM
Organizer : Luisa Bejar, UNAM - FCPyS, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Luisa Bejar, UNAM - FCPyS, MEXICO
La representación política en México: la disciplina en los grupos
parlamentarios en la LVIII Legislatura: Luisa Bejar, UNAM - FCPyS,
MEXICO
Institutional Design and Legislative Performance: How Does It Work for the
Mexican Congress?: Victor Alarcon, UAM-I, MEXICO
El PRI posthegemónico: Liderazgos y decisiones en el congreso: Rosa Maria
Miron, UNAM - FCPyS, MEXICO
Representación y responsibilidad de los legisladores en México: Alvaro F.
Lopez, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
México. La oposición parlamentaria en un gobierno presidencial minoritario
(1997-2003): Ricardo Espinoza, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
Do ‘Nuevo PRI’ Deputies in Mexico Legislate Differently than Their
‘Dinosauro’ Predecessors?: A Preliminary Analysis of Bill Initiation in the
Mexican Chamber of Deputies: Christopher Diaz, Morehead State
University
Discussant(s) : Gustavo Lopez, ITESM, MEXICO
581 // POL019 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 108
The PT Assumes Power: Evaluating the Lula Government after 18
Months (2003-2--4)
Organizer : David Fleischer, University of Brasília, BRAZIL
Chair(s) : David Fleischer, University of Brasília, BRAZIL
Continuity and Change in the PT Government: Anna Ozorio de Almeida,
Centro Di Politica Internazionale, ITALY
The Politics of the Lula PT-Led Coalition: David Fleischer, University of
Brasília, BRAZIL
The Brazilian Economy Under the Lula Government: What's New? What's
Happening?: Juarez De Souza, BRAZIL
Brazil's Foreign Policy under Lula: Maria Helena Tachinardi, Gazeta
Mercantil, BRAZIL
The Virtues of Democratic Centralism: Executive-Legislative Relations under
Lula: Antônio Carlos Pojo do Rego, Sebrae, BRAZIL
Discussant(s) : Timothy Power, Florida International University
582 // POL044 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 105
Electoral Systems: Consequences for Parties and Patronage
Organizer : Frances Hagopian, University of Notre Dame
Chair(s) : Daniel Buquet, Universidad de la República, URUGUAY
Between Legitimacy and Eficacy: Electoral Reforms in Latin America: Daniel
Buquet, Universidad de la República, URUGUAY
Transformaciones sociopolíticas y culturales de los procesos electorales en
regiones indígenas de México: Victor Manuel Franco Pellotier, CIESAS,
MEXICO, Francoise Lartigue, CIESAS, MEXICO
Patronage and Illicit Party Finance in Bolivia and Chile: Daniel Gingerich,
Harvard University
Two-Level Party Systems: The Influence of Subnational Party Politics on the
National Party System. Argentina 1983-2003: Andrés Malamud,
CIES/ISCTE, PORTUGAL, Miguel Alejandro de Luca, Universidad de
Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Constituency Service Basis of the Partisan Vote? An Exploration of the
Uruguayan Case: Juan Moraes, University of Notre Dame
Where's the Bias? A Reassessment of the Chilean Electoral System: Cesar
Zucco, UCLA
583 // RAE002 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Grande Ballroom H
New Findings on the Formation of Group Identities in Indigenous Areas
Organizer : Todd Eisenstadt, American University
Chair(s) : Todd Eisenstadt, American University
La emergencia de la identidad colectiva a partir de la construcción de
imágenes de la dirigencia argentina por jóvenes de clase media de Buenos
Aires (2001; 2003): Valeria Maidana, Inst de Invest Gino Germani,
ARGENTINA, María Alejandra Otamendi, ARGENTINA
Mexico's Instrumental Indians: Measuring Indigenous Identities Through
Survey Research: Todd Eisenstadt, American University
Gobiernos indios en el Chiapas postzapatista: Araceli Burguete,
CIESAS/Sureste, MEXICO
De-centering the State: Indigenous Autonomy Projects in Latin America:
Shannan Mattiace, Allegheny College, Amalia Pallares, Univ of
Illinois/Chicago
Reinventando comunidades imaginadas: etnicidad y nación en los
movimientos indígenas andinos: Ramón Pajuelo, Instituto de Estudios
Peruanos, PERU
The 2003 Bolivian Political Crisis: The Role of Ethnicity: Mitchell Seligson,
Vanderbilt University, Daniel Moreno Morales, University of Pittsburgh
Peasants into Indians: The Changing Dynamics of Indigenous Identities in
Mexico: Guillermo Trejo, CIDE, MEXICO
Discussant(s) : Deborah Yashar, Princeton University, Robert Andolina,
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
584 // RAE006 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Top of the Riviera
North
Afro-descendientes and the Politics of Land in Latin America
Organizer : Mark Anderson, University of California
LASA2004 - 67
SATURDAY / 10:00 am - 11:45 am
Chair(s) : Eva Thorne, Brandeis University
The Politics of Afro-Latin Land Rights: Eva Thorne, Brandeis University
Autonomy, Self-governance and the status of Afro-Colombian Collective
Territories: Bettina Ng'weno, University of California/Davis
The State of Black Land Rights in Central America: Juliet Hooker, University
of Texas/Austin, Edmund Gordon, University of Texas/Austin
Afro-descendientes, Indigenous Rights and Land Politics: Insights from
Honduras: Mark Anderson, University of California
Discussant(s) : Charles Hale, University of Texas/Austin
585 // ROR008 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Monaco Tower 14
Religious Diversity in Mexico
Organizer : Mary O'Connor, Univ of California/Santa Barbara
Chair(s) : Mary O'Connor, Univ of California/Santa Barbara
The Social and Cultural Effects of Mixteco Religious Converts on the Home
Communities: Mary O'Connor, Univ of California/Santa Barbara
Diversidad religiosa en México: lo que las encuestas permiten ver y lo que
ocultan: Renée De la Torre Castellano, CIESAS/Occidente, MEXICO
Religious Themes of Pentecostal Music in Mexico: Carlos Garma Navarro,
Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
Las regiones y el cambio religioso en Mexico: Alberto Hernández Hernández,
El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, MEXICO
Discussant(s) : James Dow, Oakland University
586 // SEC001 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 2
Cuban Foreign Policy During the 'Special Period'
Sponsor : Cuba Section
Organizer : John Kirk, Dalhousie University, CANADA
Chair(s) : John Kirk, Dalhousie University, CANADA
Relaciones Cuba-Israel: a la espera de una nueva etapa: Arturo Lopez Levy,
University of Denver
Mexico-Cuba Relations during the Fox Presidency, 2000-04: John Kirk,
Dalhousie University, CANADA
Canadian-Cuban Relations: Muddling through the Special Period: Peter
McKenna, University of Prince Edward Island, CANADA
The European Union and Cuba: Joaquín Roy, University of Miami
Theoretical Implications of a Small Power's Anti-Hegemonic Foreign Policy:
The Case of Cuba: Carlos Alzugaray, ISRI/CUBA, CUBA
Useful, Indeed: The Armed Forces as an Instrument of Cuban Foreign Policy
during the Special Period, 1990-2004: Hal Klepak, Royal Military College,
CANADA
Discussant(s) : Georgina Sánchez, MEXICO
587 // SEC002 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 1
Continuity and Change in Brazil: From Fernando Henrique Cardoso to
Lula da Silva
Sponsor : Brazil Section
Organizer : Ted Goertzel, Rutgers University
Chair(s) : Ted Goertzel, Rutgers University
Have Brazilians “Bought” the American Way? Consumers and Politics in
Brazil: Sybil Rhodes, Western Michigan University
Institutional Change and Continuity in Contemporary Brazil: Wilber Chaffee,
St Mary's College
Social Change in Brazil Since 1990 and in the 2000s: Mauricio Font, Bildner
Center
Lula da Silva’s Initiatives for Change: Christine Kearney, Saint Anselm
College / Brown Univ
Party Coalitions and Congressional Support for Reform under FHC and Lula:
Eduardo Graeff, Inst Fernando Henrique Cardoso, BRAZIL
Institutional Elites and Policy Continuity in Brazil in the 2000s: João Paulo
Peixoto, Universidade de Brasilia, BRAZIL
Contested Meanings of Corporate Governance Reform: The Case of
Democratic Brazil 1985-2003: Walter Ness, Ponitíficia Universidade
Católica, BRAZIL, Leslie Elliott Armijo, Reed College
Discussant(s) : Zelia Cardoso de Mello
588 // SEC013 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 6
Identidad, cultura y mestizaje en el Caribe Colombiano: el juego de lo
local y lo global
Sponsor : Colombia Section
Organizer : Lucila Gonzalez, Universidad del Norte, COLOMBIA
Chair(s) : Lucila Gonzalez, Universidad del Norte, COLOMBIA
Imágenes propias y ajenas sobre el Caribe: análisis comparativo en la obra
de Alejo Carpentier: Lucila Gonzalez, Universidad del Norte, COLOMBIA
Identidad y mestizaje en la novela sobre Barranquilla: "Cosme" de Jose Felix
Fuenmayor y "A Fuego Lento" de Emilio Bobad: Ramon Bacca,
Universidad del Norte, COLOMBIA
Danza, mestizaje y carnaval. Un fenómeno latinoamericano: El caso de
Barranquilla: Adolfo Gonzalez, Universidad del Norte, COLOMBIA
Identidades diferenciales, ejecución y consumo en la música del Caribe
colombiano: Mauricio Pardo, ICANH, COLOMBIA
Identidad cultural versus identidad nacional en el Caribe hispánico: Graciela
Esther Maglia Ferrari, Pontificia Univ Javeriana, COLOMBIA
Textos e imágenes en el diálogo internacional colombiano de finales del siglo
XIX. La mujer del levita (1899) y Colombia Asesinada (1902): Sarah
González de Mojica, Pontificia Univ Javeriana, COLOMBIA
Discussant(s) : Carmen Millan de Benavides, Pontificia Univ Javeriana,
COLOMBIA
589 // SEC014 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Grande Ballroom G
Tendencias hacia la heterogeneización en la sociedad cubana. Retos para
la política social
Sponsor : Cuba Section
Organizer : Aurelio Alonso-Tejada, CIPS, CUBA
Chair(s) : Aurelio Alonso-Tejada, CIPS, CUBA, and Miren Uriarte
Reestratificación social: Nuevos hallazgos: Mayra Espina-Prieto, CIPS,
CUBA
El mercado laboral y su incidencia en la estratificación social: Viviana
Togores-González, Centro de Estudios de Economía, CUBA
Comercio y pobreza: una visión crítica de las recomendaciones de los
organismos internacionales: Jorge Mario Sánchez-Egozcue, Ctro de
Estudios sobre EEUU, CUBA
Cambios en la política social hacia los jóvenes: nuevos programas de
inserción social: Lourdes Teresa de Urrutia-Barroso, Univ de la Habana,
CUBA
Coping Strategies. Safety Nets and Remittances: Lorena Barberia, David
Rockefeller Center, Harvard University
Discussant(s) : Aurelio Alonso-Tejada, CIPS, CUBA
590 // SEC028 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Grande Ballroom F
La educación cívica con referencia especial a la educacíon secundaria
Sponsor : Educación Section
Organizer : Christopher Martin, The Ford Foundation, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Bradley Levinson, Indiana University
Creating the New Democratic Citizen in Mexico: Secondary Education
Reform and the Promise of Civic Participation: Bradley Levinson, Indiana
University
Las ideas sobre la democracia de estudiantes secundarios de la Ciudad de
Buenos Aires: Paula Boniolo, Univ de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA, Pablo
Dalle, Univ de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA, Rodolfo Elbert, Univ de
Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Paraguay : El Programa PRIOME y la educación en valores para la equidad
de géneros y hacia el desarrollo humano y social del país: Carmen
Colazo, PARAGUAY
What is Evaluation Worth? Beyond Standardized Testing for Innovations on
the Margins of the Mexican Educational System: Christopher Martin, The
Ford Foundation, MEXICO
591 // SEC035 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 5
The Revolution Bicentennial in Hispanola
Sponsor : Haiti Section
Organizer : Henry (Chip) Carey, Georgia State Univ
Chair(s) : Guy Alexandre, HAITI
Completing the Work of the Congress of Arcahaie: James Morrell, Haitian
Democracy Project
The Haitian Occupation of the Spanish Side and its Historiography: Dennis
Hidalgo, Adelphi University
The Problem of Race During the Haitian Unification Period (1822-1844):
Charles Venator Santiago, Ithaca College
Anti-Haitianism and Dominican Feminist Thought, 1924-1942: Ginetta
Candelario, Smith College
Revolutionary Quisqueya from Caonabo to Liborio: Presentation and
Excerpts from the Documentary, “Papa Liborio: el santo vivo de
Maguana” (2003): Martha Davis, Univ of Florida
Militarization without Civil War: The Security Dilemma and Paramilitary
Regime Consolidation in Haiti: Henry (Chip) Carey, Georgia State Univ
Discussant(s) : Emelio Betances, Gettysburg College
LASA2004 - 68
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592 // SEC050 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 210
Non-Elected Institutions and the ‘Quality’ of Democracy in Latin
America
Sponsor : Political Institutions Section
Organizer : Brian Crisp, University of Arizona
Chair(s) : Brian Crisp, University of Arizona
Institutional Incentives of Appointed Politicians: Erika Moreno, University of
Iowa
Strengthening Democratic Accountability in Latin America: The Role of the
Human Rights Ombudsman: Jodi Finkel, Loyola Marymount University
The Influence of New Oversight Agencies in Mexico: Allyson Lucinda Benton,
CIDE, MEXICO
Does Independence Improve Performance? Public Prosecutors in Colombia
and Venezuela: Naoko Kada, San Diego State University
Discussant(s) : Druscilla Scribner, Univ of California/San Diego
593 // SEC055 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 8
La mujer en Venezuela: un tema, diversas perspectivas
Sponsor : Venezuelan Studies Section
Organizer : Elizabeth Nichols, Drury University
Chair(s) : Elizabeth Nichols, Drury University
Confronting Economic Inequity: Gender and Social Class in Contemporary
Venezuelan Poetry: Elizabeth Nichols, Drury University
Such a Scandalous Act Should not Impugn my Honor: Lower Class Women,
Honor, and the Law in Eastern Venezuela, 1852-1872: Kim Morse,
Washburn University
Educacion superior desde la perspectiva de género: Maria Cristina Parra
Sandoval, Univ de Zulia, VENEZUELA
Las mujeres cineastas como escritoras: Emperatriz Arreaza-Camero, Univ de
Zulia, VENEZUELA
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SATURDAY / 12:00 pm - 1:45 pm
Discussant(s) : Hernán Vidal
Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm
594 // ART004 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 202
Reconsidering the Mexican Avant-Garde
Organizer : Tatiana Flores, Florida State University
Chair(s) : Tatiana Flores, Florida State University, and Charmaine Picard,
University of Chicago
Art as Action: The 30-30! Movement: Tatiana Flores, Florida State University
Emilio Amero: Caricatures, Copies and Commerce: Charmaine Picard,
University of Chicago
Diego Rivera's La historia de México: A Mural for R/evolutionary Mexico:
Odile Cisneros, University of Alberta, CANADA
Desiring Production and Becoming Revolutionary: The Photographs of Tina
Modotti: Joy James, Emily Carr Inst of Art & Design, CANADA
595 // CIT006 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Monaco Tower 13
To Include or Exclude Mexican Citizens? An Exploration of Institutions
and Social Conflict in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
Sponsor : Univ of California/San Diego
Organizer : Mark Mairot, Univ of California/Los Angeles
Deporting Mestizaje: The U.S. Border Patrol, Mexico, and the Reconstruction
of Race in the United States, 1942-1965: Kelly Lytle Hernández, Univ of
California/San Diego
Race, Rhetoric, and Reality: The Quotidian Effects of Liberal Reforms in
Early Republican Toluca: Mark Mairot, Univ of California/Los Angeles
"Para elevar a la clase indígena a criaturas racionales...” De liberales, indios
y ciudadanos. Oaxaca, siglo XIX: Daniela Traffano, CIESAS/Istmo,
MEXICO
Trachoma and Traversing Borders in Early Twentieth Century Mexico:
Theresa Velcamp, Sonoma State University
Extranjeros perniciosos: los usos del Artículo 33 Constitucional: Pablo
Yankelevich, Inst Nacional de Antro e Historia, MEXICO
Discussant(s) : Nicolás Cárdenas García, Univ Autónoma Metro/Xochimilco,
MEXICO
596 // CTM014 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 101
Latin American Cinematic Practices
Organizer : Ann Marie Stock, College of William and Mary
Chair(s) : Ann Marie Stock, College of William and Mary
The Theory and Practice of Collective Filmmaking: A Comparison of Grupo
Ukamau and Grupo Chaski: Sophia McClennen, Pennsylvania State
University
The Reactions of Bogotá’s Intellectuals Concerning the Arrival of the Cinema,
1897-1950: A Case Study in Historical Sociology: Victoria Peralta,
COLOMBIA
Versiones de la postdictadura argentina: el cine de Alejandro Agresti:
Antonio Gómez, University of Pittsburgh
Violencia urbana y exclusión social en la película "Bolivia": Natalia Jacovkis,
University of Florida
Cuban Cinema Classics: Disseminating Revolutionary Images in the U.S.
through a Trans-national Collaboration: Ann Marie Stock, College of
William and Mary, Luis Enrique Prieto, Fundación Ludwig de Cuba,
CUBA
597 // CUL009 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 105
Hernán Vidal: una aproximación teórica a la crítica de la cultura desde
los derechos humanos
Organizer : Lola Proaño Gómez, Pasadena City College
Chair(s) : Alicia Del Campo, California State Univ/Long Beach
Estéticas de lo popular: la poética de Andrés Pérez: Alicia Del Campo,
California State Univ/Long Beach
La otra guerra y el otro olvido: "Aparte" (2002) de Mario Handler, "Un oso
rojo" (2002) de Adrián Caetano, "Hip Hop de Juan" (2003) y "Esperando
de salir" (2000): Gustavo Remedi, Trinity College
Hernán Vidal y los derechos humanos: hacia una reformulación de la teoría y
praxis de los estudios subalternos: Gustavo Verdesio, Univ of
Michigan/Ann Arbor
Hernán Vidal y el modelo de “cultura nacional”: reflexiones en torno al caso
andino: Javier Sanjinés
Derechos humanos, utopía reguladora de la ética y la estética en el teatro
argentino popular/alternativo: Lola Proaño Gómez, Pasadena City College
Antropología simbólica en Chile: la obra de Hernán Vidal: Cristian Cottet,
CHILE
598 // CUL017 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 109
Globalización y memoria
Organizer : Ana Del Sarto, Bowling Green State Univ
Chair(s) : Abril Trigo, Ohio State University
Globalización de la memoria, memoria de la globalización: Abril Trigo, Ohio
State University
Migración y anonimato: una reconfiguración de la memoria: Núria Vilanova,
Universidad Rafael Landívar, GUATEMALA
El monumento de papel: la construcción de una memoria colectiva en los
recordatorios de los desaparecidos argentinos en página 12: Fernando
Reati, Georgia State University
Los fracasos de la memoria, las memorias del fracaso: Ana Del Sarto,
Bowling Green State Univ
Imágenes de la ausencia. Representación artística y memoria: Sandra
Lorenzano, MEXICO, Núria Vilanova, Universidad Rafael Landívar,
GUATEMALA
Discussant(s) : Híber Conteris, University of Arizona
599 // CUL027 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 104
Revolutionary Rhetoric and Cultural Change in Cuba, ca. 1960
Organizer : Elaine Miller, Christopher Newport University
Chair(s) : Marilyn Miller, Tulane University
La invención del Caribe en la primera década de la Revolución Cubana:
Marilyn Miller, Tulane University
Progressive Politics and Inadvertent Cultural Crisis in Early 1960s Havana:
Robin Moore, Temple University
Literatura, identidad y poder en la primera década de la revolución: Ana
Serra, American University
Art, 'Race,' and Revolution in 1960s Cuba: Lourdes Martínez-Echazábal, Univ
of California/Santa Cruz
600 // CUL042 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 107
Fronteras e hibridez
Organizer : Alberto Sandoval-Sánchez, Mount Holyoke College
Chair(s) : Alberto Sandoval-Sánchez, Mount Holyoke College
The Latinamericanization of the United States, the Americanization of Latin
America, and Their Discontents: The Case of the US-Mexico Border: T.
Mark Montoya, Northern Arizona University
Roots and Routes, Balsas and Pateras: The Trans/Hispanic Atlantic: Manuel
Martín-Rodríguez, Texas A&M University
El corridista y el bertsolari: entre la vieja nueva Vizcaya y la nueva vieja
Bizkaia: Ignacio Rodeño, Xavier University
601 // EDU010 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 201
Colaboración entre instituciones acádemicas de Cuba y Estados Unidos:
Segundo intercambio de experiencias en torno al Sarah Lawrence
College en la Universidad de La Habana
Sponsor : Sarah Lawrence College
Organizer : Matilde Zimmermann, Sarah Lawrence College
Chair(s) : Matilde Zimmermann, Sarah Lawrence College
El Programa Sarah Lawrence College en Cuba: una oportunidad para la
educación y el intercambio en el contexto cubano actual: Grisell Rodríguez
Gómez, Ctro de Estudios Demográficos, CUBA
La institución cubana como receptora de estudiantes norteamericanos:
oportunidades y perspectivas: Otilia Barros Díaz, Universidad de La
Habana, CUBA
El curso "Población y desarrollo en Cuba" como eje integrador del programa
y su rol como transmisor de la realidad cubana: Marisol Alfonso de
Armas, CEDEM, CUBA
The Student Perspective: Academics, Language, Extracurricular Activities
and Research: Brian Garvey, Pomona College
Discussant(s) : Isabel De Sena, Sarah Lawrence College
602 // EDU011 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 106
Políticas educativas: implementación y evaluación
Organizer : Elise DuBord, University of Arizona
Virtual Higher Education: Trends in Latin America: Ana Beatriz Martinez,
Universidad Central de Venezuela, VENEZUELA
Spanish as a Source of Puerto Rican National Identity: Elise DuBord,
University of Arizona
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La fragmentación educativa y los cambios en los factores de estratificación:
Guillermina Tiramonti, FLACSO, ARGENTINA
Políticas educativas en iberoamérica: caso Venezuela: Maria Bello,
Universidad de Los Andes, VENEZUELA
La alfabetización como tarea de la sociedad civil apuntes desde las
experiencias de Cuba y Venezuela: Felipe de Jesus Pérez Cruz, Centro de
Estudios sobre America, CUBA
603 // EDU013 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 103
Education in Latin America
Organizer : Maribel Blasco, Copenhagen Business School, DENMARK
Chair(s) : Maribel Blasco, Copenhagen Business School, DENMARK
Convergencias y/o colisiones entre las representaciones sociales de jóvenes
docentes y profesores con mayor experiencia en cuanto al aprendizaje y
desempeño del rol docente: Martha Nepomneschi, UBA/CBC/Fac Ciencias
Sociales, ARGENTINA
La escolarización de las élites: un acercamiento a la socialización de los
jóvenes de sectores favorecidos en la Argentina actual: Sandra Liliana
Ziegler, FLACSO, ARGENTINA
Functionalism in a New Guise? Citizenship Education and ICTs in Latin
America: Maribel Blasco, Copenhagen Business School, DENMARK
La formación ciudadana de los adolescentes en tercero de secundaria en
contextos escolares diversos a través de redes sociales en la Zona
Metropolitana de Guadalajara- México: Mercedes Palencia Villa,
Universidad de Guadalajara, MEXICO
As relações familiares sob a ótica de pais de adolescentes: Márcia Stengel,
Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais, BRAZIL
604 // FEA006 Workshop Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 4
Workshop on Envisioning a Future for Cultural Criticism
Sponsor: Latin American Research Review (LARR)
Organizer : Naomi Lindstrom, University of Texas/Austin
Chair(s) : Naomi Lindstrom, University of Texas/Austin
Participants: Ramón Saldívar, Stanford University; Doris Sommer, Harvard
University; George Yudice, New York University
605 // GEN015 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Monaco Tower 16
Cuerpos sin gobierno: representación, performance y cultura desde
Hispanoamérica
Organizer : Rosana Blanco-Cano, Tulane University
Chair(s) : Rosana Blanco-Cano, Tulane University
Cuerpos en descontrol: géneros inestables en "Y tu mamá también": Rosana
Blanco-Cano, Tulane University
Nahui Olin: una mujer de tiempos siempre porvenir: Alejandra Osorio, Tulane
University
Diálogos en coma: cuerpo, deseo, y representación: Alejandra Sánchez,
Tulane University
Wearing Colombia, Being Colombian: "Trajes Típicos" and Identity
Construction: Michelle Nasser, Tulane University
Discussant(s) : Robert McKee Irwin, Univ of California/Davis
606 // GEN033 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 7
Women, Feminism and Culture in Cuba
Organizer : Elisa Facio, University of Colorado/Boulder
Chair(s) : Elisa Facio, University of Colorado/Boulder
Women's Boxing in Latin America: Anju Reejhsinghani, University of
Texas/Austin
Towards a Feminist Methodological Approach to the Intersection of Race,
Class, and Gender: Lessons From Cuba: Elisa Facio, University of
Colorado/Boulder, Anne Roschelle, SUNY/New Paltz, Maura Toro-Morn,
Illinos State University
El discurso cultural cubano sobre la vejez: Estereotipos y transgresiones de
género: Susana Andrea Montero Sánchez, Inst de Literatura y Lingüística,
CUBA
Género y perfil sociodemográfico en el área del Caribe. Similitudes y
diferencias: Sonia Catasus Cervera, Universidad de la Habana, CUBA
Estilos de dirección y su relación con la condición de género: Resultados
preliminares del estudio de caso en doce empresas de Ciudad de La
Habana: Dayma Echevarría León, CEEC, CUBA
Mujer y educación en Cuba en la segunda mitad del siglo XIX: Nancy López
Díaz, Universidad de la Habana, CUBA
607 // HIS020 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 112
Governors of the Mexican Revolution
Organizer : Jurgen Buchenau, Univ of North Carolina/Charlotte
Chair(s) : Jurgen Buchenau, Univ of North Carolina/Charlotte
Religion, Politics and Education in the Diocese of Huajapam, Oaxaca, 19301950: Benjamin Smith, UNITED KINGDOM
Benito Juárez Maza, Oaxacan Governor 1911-12: Francie Chassen-López,
University of Kentucky
Francisco J. Múgica, Revolutionary Governor of Michoacán (1920-1922):
Anna Ribera Carbó, Inst Nacional de Antropología, MEXICO
Venustiano Carranza as Governor of Coahuila: William Beezley, University
of Arizona
Antonio Madrazo, ¿Un gobernador de la revolución a favor de la Iglesia
catolica?: Yves Solís Nicot, Univ Autónoma de Morelos, MEXICO
Gonzalo N Santos, Gobernador de San Luis Potosí 1943-1949: Carlos Silva
Cazares, MEXICO
608 // HIS030 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 111
Race and Identity in the Caribbean and Latin America: The Diaspora,
Collective Mobilization, and Government Policy
Organizer : Mieko Nishida, Hartwick College
Chair(s) : Anani Dzidzienyo, Brown University
“The Feast of War”. Violence, Indians, and Genocide in Colombia: Monica
Espinosa, University of Massachusetts
John Peter Williams and 'Disreputable' Resistance in Panama: The Politics of
Race, Crime, and Identity on the Isthmus, 1918-1923: Michael Donoghue,
University of Connecticut
Competing Allegiances: Chinese Ethnic Identity in an Era of Creole
Nationalism in Jamaica, 1920-1950: Howard Johnson, University of
Delaware
Afro-Brazilian Women and Their Identities: Race, Gender and Color in São
Paulo: Mieko Nishida, Hartwick College
Must Targeted Opportunity Policies Produce Racial Polarization?: The Case
of Brazilian Affirmative Action: Seth Racusen, Annamaria College
Notions of Affirmative Action in Latin America: Tanya Hernandez, Rutgers
University
Discussant(s) : Anani Dzidzienyo, Brown University
609 // HSS006 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 203
Gender, Health, and Violence in Latin America
Organizer : Ivonne Szasz, Colegio de México, MEXICO
Analyzing the Quality of Family Planning Services in Buenos Aires.
Convergence and Discrepancy between Users' and Experts’ Views: Betina
Freidin, Brandeis University, Marcela Cerruti, CENEP, ARGENTINA
Project H: Working with Young Men: Marcos Nascimento, Instituto
Promundo, BRAZIL
610 // LAB005 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 212
Women Maquiladora Workers in Mexico and Central America:
Exploitation, Education, and Empowerment
Organizer : Myrna Santiago, St. Mary's College of California
Chair(s) : Myrna Santiago, St. Mary's College of California
El sindicato del Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social ante los retos de la
modernización (1989-2004): Sergio Sánchez, CIESAS DF, MEXICO
Current Demand of Female Labour in Mexico and its Influence on Women's
Individual Choices: Ingrid Schockaert, Catholic Univ of Louvain/Belgium
Trabajo a domicilio y pequeños talleres en el norte de México: Silvia LópezEstrada, Colegio de la Frontera Norte, MEXICO
Towards an Effective Maquiladora Organizing Strategy: Leslie Gates,
SUNY/Binghamton
Monitoring Multinationals: A Comparison of Labor Monitoring Schemes in
Guatemala, India, and South Africa: Gay Seidman, Univ of
Wisconsin/Madison
Protecting Workers' Health and Safety in the Global Economy: Garrett
Brown, CAL-OSHA Maquiladora Health and Safety Support Network
Discussant(s) : Mark Anner, Cornell University
611 // LAB010 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Grande Ballroom H
Labor and Class Relations in Latin America
Organizer : André Joanilho, Universidade Estadual de Londrina, BRAZIL
Chair(s) : André Joanilho, Universidade Estadual de Londrina, BRAZIL
What Do Unions Do in Mexico?: David Fairrís, Univ of California/Riverside
No Documents, No Opportunity: The Ideal Workforce and Constraints on
Advocacy: Margaret Gray, CUNY Graduate Center
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The Militant Theatre: André Joanilho, Universidade Estadual de Londrina,
BRAZIL
Codes of Corporate Conduct and the Colombian Export Flower Industry: A
Look at the Model from a Labor Rights Perspective: Cynthia Mellon
Alternative Labor Relations in Post-Rebellion Argentina: Peter Ranis, CUNY
Graduate Center
612 // LAT011 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 113
The Future of a Literature: The Way Forward for Latino/a Writers
Organizer : David West-Durán, Northeastern University
Chair(s) : David West-Durán, Northeastern University
Búsqueda de la verdad a través de un eterno viaje: Vitalina Alfonso Torres,
Unión de Escritores y Artistas, CUBA
Las dos islas de Puerto Rico: metrópoli, género e identidad entre "La carreta"
de René Marqués y el teatro nuyorican: Claudia Fezzardi, Rutgers
University
María la Loca or María Sabida?: Storytelling and the Articulation of Puerto
Rican Female Subjectivity in Judith Ortiz Cofer's "Silent Dancing": Marisel
Moreno, Georgetown University
Language Death, Paranoia and "the" Latino Poet: Cesar Salgado, Univerisity
of Texas/Austin
Jesús Colón: The Early Writings: Lisa Sánchez González, University of
Connecticut
Latino/a Literature: Exhaustion or Renewal?: David West-Durán,
Northeastern University
613 // LCO014 Workshop Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Grande Ballroom G
The Need for Translation: Current Questions and Considerations.
Workshop Two of Two Workshops
Organizer : Carol Maier, Kent State University
Chair(s) : Kathleen Ross, New York University
Participants: Danny Anderson, University of Kansas; Daniel Balderston,
University of Iowa; Cynthia Steele, University of Washington; Alexander
Taylor; Steven White, St. Lawrence University
Discussant(s) : Carol Maier, Kent State University
614 // LCO020 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Top of the Riviera South
Representaciones de Centroamérica en la literatura contemporánea
Organizer : Ricardo Roque, Univ Centroamericana, EL SALVADOR
Chair(s) : Ricardo Roque, Univ Centroamericana, EL SALVADOR
Death and the Writer in Jacinta Escudos's "A-B-Sudario": Linda Craft, North
Park Univ/Chicago
Duelo y memoria en la narrativa salvadoreña de posguerra: Ricardo Roque,
Univ Centroamericana, EL SALVADOR
El problema del trauma en la novela centroamericana del crimen: Uriel
Quesada, Loyola University
Gringo/a Identities in Recent Fiction on Guatemala: Susana Martínez, De
Paul University
Representaciones del caribe en la narrativa contemporánea centroamericana:
entre la identidad y la alteridad: Valeria Grinberg, Frankfurt University,
GERMANY
La conformación de una tradición de la narrativa de mujeres
centroamericanas: Consuelo Meza, Univ Autónoma de Aguascalientes,
MEXICO
Desilusión en el país de las maravillas: la transmigración de la violencia y la
reconfiguración de la identidad diásporica en Héctor Tobar y Méndez
Vides: Jennifer Gómez, Ohio State University
615 // LCO025 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Grande Ballroom E
Silenciar lo innombrable
Organizer : Ksenija Bilbija, Univ of Wisconsin/Madison
Chair(s) : Ksenija Bilbija, Univ of Wisconsin/Madison
'Poesi'a es +’: (Re)Inscribing Memory within the Chilean Post-Dictatorial
Landscape: Alice Nelson, Evergreen State College
La Estancia Carcelaria de Alejo Carpentier en 1927: Sergio Angel Chaple
Mesa, Inst de Literatura y Linguistica, CUBA
Perpetrating Silence: Brazil and Memory Politics: Leigh Payne, Univ of
Wisconsin/Madison
Cuando la imagen se volvió grito: Beatriz Botero, Univ of
Wisconsin/Madison
AIDS and Revenge: The Body as Silent Weapon: Jodie Parys, Univ of
Wisconsin/Madison
Silence and the Sacred: The Parque de la Memoria in Buenos Aires: Nancy
Gates Madsen, Univ of Wisconsin/Madison
Discussant(s) : Ksenija Bilbija, Univ of Wisconsin/Madison
616 // LCO026 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Top of the Riviera
North
México "desde fuera": imaginación y producción cultural del
"mexicano" desde los Estados Unidos / Mexico "from Outside":
"Mexican" Cultural Production and Imagination from the United
States
Organizer : Miguel Angel Cabañas Enríquez, Michigan State University
Chair(s) : Miguel Angel Cabañas Enríquez, Michigan State University
Border X-ing: Identifying (with) a Generation in Baja California: Paul Fallon,
East Carolina University
Tranculturación estética y simbólica: héroes, drogas y la cultura mexicana en
las películas de Robert Rodriguez: Miguel Angel Cabañas Enríquez,
Michigan State University
Marilyn Monroe y otros familiares: literatura mexicana made in the USA:
Juan Carlos Ramírez-Pimienta, San Diego State Univ
Returning to the Motherland: Graciela Limón’s Erased Faces: Kristine
Byron, Michigan State University
The Literary Diaspora: Performative Identities of the Last Millennia: José
Mario Martín-Flores, San Diego State University
Salsipuedes o las trampas de la escritura al margen: José Pablo Villalobos,
Texas A&M University
Discussant(s) : Javier Durán, University of Arizona
617 // LCO051 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 205
Insubordinaciones: Poesía latinoamericana, 1960-2000
Organizer : Víctor Rodríguez-Núñez, Kenyon College
Chair(s) : Víctor Rodríguez-Núñez, Kenyon College
Carranza o el peso de la tierra sobre el cuerpo: Víctor Rodríguez-Núñez,
Kenyon College
Respuestas poscoloniales de una cultura defensiva en "El diario que adiario"
de Nicolás Guillén: Frances Jaeger, Northern Illinois University
Agape, or Poetry as Compassion in César Vallejo and Juan Gelman: Melanie
Nicholson, Bard College
Sobre la acción poética en Juan Gelman: Juan Epple, University of Oregon
Duelo, política, y el evento del texto: Perú, 1982-2002: José Cerna-Bazán,
Carleton College
Hernández Novás: el mar como amnios, o el camino de regreso al país
inaccesible: Alex Fleites, UEAC, CUBA
Discussant(s) : Enrique Fierro, University of Texas/Austin
618 // LCO059 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 115
Desafíos urbanos
Organizer : Diane Marting, University of Mississippi
Chair(s) : Diane Marting, University of Mississippi
Dystopia Now: Some notes about utopia and dystopia in Argentine’s Gated
Communities: Santiago Lopresti, Duke University
Cartografías literarias: la ciudad de México en la novela mexicana escrita
por extranjeros: Sandra Garabano, University of Texas
Sonámbulo del sol: un viaje sensorial por La Habana: María HernándezOjeda, Southwestern University
"Mal Donald’s" and "Mini-Sodas": The Image of San José in Fernando
Contreras Castro’s "Urbanoscopio": Jason Klodt, University of
Mississippi
The Poetic Egg That Is New York: Giannina Braschi’s Postmodern Poetry:
Diane Marting, University of Mississippi
Vozes marginais: nova tendência da ficcão brasileira?: Tânia Pellegrini, Univ
Federal de São Carlos, BRAZIL
619 // MTG030 Other Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 116
Habitar el cuerpo poético (II)
Sponsor : Boston Univ & Univ of California/Berkeley
Organizer : Sarli Mercado, Boston University
620 // MTI024 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 114
Migration, Education & Health Issues
Organizer : Joseph Potter, University of Texas/Austin
Chair(s) : Cynthia Feliciano, Univ of California/Irvine
Educational Selectivity Among Male and Female Mexican Immigrants to the
United States, 1960-2000: Cynthia Feliciano, Univ of California/Irvine
The Demographic Effects of International Migration on Nonmigrants in
Mexico: Reanne Frank, University of Chicago
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Mexican Migrants and Health Care: What's Being Done?: Rebecca Hester
A Non Traditional Import: HIV Risk in Rural Guatemalan Migrant-Sending
Communities: Paula Worby, Univ of California/Berkeley
621 // MTI025 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 207
Migration, Gender & Kinship
Organizer : Sarah Mahler, Florida International Univ
Chair(s) : Alicia González Gutiérrez, Federación de Mujeres Cubanas, CUBA
Imagined Transnationalism: Incas, Gringos, and Transnational
Compadrazgo: Elayne Zorn, University of Central Florida
Realidades y retos de procesos migratorios con perspectiva de género: Alicia
González Gutiérrez, Federación de Mujeres Cubanas, CUBA
Rural-Urban Migration in Panama: Socioeconomic Linkages and the Gender
Factor: Gloria Rudolf, University of Pittsburgh
622 // MTI029 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Monaco Tower 14
Migration & States: Collaborations and Confrontations
Organizer : Luis Guarnizo, University of California/Davis
Chair(s) : David Fitzgerald, UCLA
Migration, Foreign Policy, and the Boomerang Effect: Eva Eszter Szabó,
Eotvos Lorand University, HUNGARY
State Definitions of Nation:The Politics of Mexican Nationality and
International Migration: David Fitzgerald, UCLA
Latino Immigrant Rights in the Shadow of the National Security State:
Responses to Domestic Pre-emptive Strikes: Susanne Jonas, Univ of
California/Santa Cruz
'Regulating through Crime: Law Enforcement and Human Rights along the
Arizona/Sonora Border: Patrisia Macias Rojas, Univ of California/Berkeley
Overseas Voting among Latin American Immigrants in the U.S: The
Dominican Experience: Ernesto Sagás, Southern New Hampshire Univ
623 // POL030 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Monaco Tower 17
Reforming the Administration of Justice in Mexico
Sponsor : Ctr for U.S.-Mexican Studies
Organizer : David Shirk, University of San Diego
Chair(s) : David Shirk, University of San Diego
Latin American Corruption in Cross-National Perspective: Charles Blake,
James Madison University
A Historical Perspective on Crime in 20th Century Mexico City: Pablo
Piccato, Columbia University
Police Organization and Reform in Mexico: Arturo Alvarado, COLMEX,
MEXICO
When Judges Go Public: The Selective Promotion of Case Results on the
Mexican Supreme Court: Jeffrey Staton, Univ of California/San Diego
Civic Action for Accountability: Anti-Violence Organizing in Cd. Juarez- El
Paso: Irasema Coronado, Univ of Texas/El Paso, Kathleen Staudt,
University of Texas / El Paso
Discussant(s) : Wayne Cornelius, Univ of California/San Diego
624 // POL032 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 110
E pur se muove: Political Institutions and Policies in Democratic Brazil
Organizer : Maria Herminia Tavares de Almeida, University of São Paulo,
BRAZIL
Chair(s) : Maria Herminia Tavares de Almeida, University of São Paulo,
BRAZIL
Das estruturas aos incentivos: o presidencialismo de coalizão na América do
Sul: Magda Inácio, BRAZIL
Eighteen Years of Reform: Social Policies in Democratic Brazil: Maria
Herminia Tavares de Almeida, University of São Paulo, BRAZIL
The Politics of Pro-Poor Policy in Brazil: Marcus Melo, Univ Federal de
Pernambuco, BRAZIL
Compared to What? Assessing Brazilian Political Institutions: Leslie Elliott
Armijo, Reed College, Philippe Faucher, CANADA, Magdalena
Dembinska, CANADA
Political Conflict, Budgeting Institutions and Fiscal Choices: Market
Dependence versus Government Guidance in Four Brazilian States: Aaron
Schneider, University of Sussex, UNITED KINGDOM
Discussant(s) : Luiz Carlos Bresser Pereira, BRAZIL
625 // POL034 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 108
Latin American Social Policy between Democratization and Globalization
Organizer : Kurt Weyland, Univ of Texas/Austin
Chair(s) : Kurt Weyland, Univ of Texas/Austin
The Diffusion of Innovations: How Cognitive Heuristics Shaped Bolivia’s
Pension Reform: Kurt Weyland, Univ of Texas/Austin
Federalism, Intergovernmental Relations, and Social Policies in Brazil: Marta
Arretche, Universidade de São Paulo, BRAZIL
Who's to Blame? Neo-liberalism, the World Bank and the Crisis of Health
Care in Argentina: Peter Lloyd-Sherlock, University of East Anglia,
UNITED KINGDOM
Discussant(s) : Juan Carlos Navarro, Inter-American Development Bank,
Carol Graham, Brookings Institution
626 // POL041 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 8
State-Business Relations under ISI and Neoliberalism
Organizer : Eduardo Silva, University of Missouri/St Louis
Chair(s) : Eduardo Silva, University of Missouri/St Louis
Chile, CIPEC and the Neoliberal Regime in the Production and Trade in
Copper: Daniel Hellinger, Webster University
Relaciones entre el sector público y el sector privado en tiempos de
globalización: reflexiones desde México: Rosalía López Paniagua, Univ
Nacional Autónoma de México, MEXICO, Pablo Manuel Chauca
Malasquez, MEXICO
Colombia frente al ALCA y al TLC con Estados Unidos: ¿Existe concertación
entre el sector público y el sector privado?: Ana Burgos, Universidad del
Rosario, COLOMBIA
O lobby da indústria no congresso nacional: empresários e política no Brasil
contemporâneo: Wagner Mancuso, Universidade de São Paulo, BRAZIL
The End of Economic Nationalism in Argentina? Resistance in the Nuclear
Energy Sector: Isabella Alcaniz, University of Houston
Transnational Development in Argentina and Chile: Paul Haslam, FOCAL,
CANADA
Constraining Business Power: Eduardo Silva, University of Missouri/St Louis
627 // SEC023 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 208
Creating Security Academic Communities. The Challenges for Security
in South America
Sponsor : Defense and Democracy Section
Organizer : Rut Diamint, Universidad Torcuato De Tella, ARGENTINA
Chair(s) : Rut Diamint, Universidad Torcuato De Tella, ARGENTINA
Brazilian Leadership in Hemispheric Security?: Luis Bitencourt, Woodrow
Wilson Int'l Ctr
The Complex System of Subregions in South America: Pablo Celi, Universidad
Central Del Ecuador, ECUADOR
Discussant(s) : Joseph Tulchin, Woodrow Wilson Center
628 // SEC025 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 3
Hidden Dialogue with Power in the Andes
Sponsor : Ecuadorian Studies Section
Organizer : Marc Becker, Truman State University
Chair(s) : Marc Becker, Truman State University, and Chris Krupa, Univ of
California/Davis
Phenomenology of Toxicity: Agrochemicals and the Capitalist Saturation of
Agency in Highland Ecuador: Chris Krupa, Univ of California/Davis
Conversations with the Dead: Michelle Wibbelsman, Univ of
Illinois/Champaign
Regálame: Rural Indigenous Beggars on the Streets of Urban Ecuador: Kate
Swanson, University of Toronto, CANADA
"They Aren't Even Wearing Ponchos!" Indigenous Ecuadorians' Strategies of
Representation to the Armed Forces: Brian Selmeski, Royal Military
College of Canada, CANADA
Writing the History of the Twentieth-Century Indigenous Movement in
Ecuador through Ñucanchic Allpa: Marc Becker, Truman State University
Discussant(s) : Ximena Sosa-Buchholz
629 // SEC030 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 6
New Models, Techniques and Approaches to the Teaching of Latin
American Film and Video
Sponsor : Film Studies Section
Organizer : Karin Weyland, INTEC, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Cine, acción, documento: tendencias del documental latinoamericano en la
era digital: Claudia Ferman, University of Richmond
Using Video Clips, Short Films and Stills in Latin American Film Classrooms:
Roberto Forns-Broggi, Metropolitan State College/Denver
Film Authority and the Production of Culture: Lori Hopkins, University of
New Hampshire
LASA2004 - 73
SATURDAY / 12:00 pm - 1:45 pm
Enseñando cine y literatura: las adaptaciones: Maria Ramos, South Dakota
State University
Como era gostoso o meu francés: el cine como lectura de textos coloniales:
Angela Perez Mejía, Brandeis University
Comparative Approaches to Teaching National Cinemas: Two Models:
Catherine Benamou, University of Michigan
Discussant(s) : Jill Gibian, Eastern Oregon University
630 // SEC038 Workshop Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox
211
International and Transboundary Issues in Environment and
Conservation: What Works? What Doesn't?
Sponsor : LAMA Section
Organizer : James Bass
Chair(s) : James Bass
Participants: Ken Lindeman, Environmental Defense; Antonio Lloret, Univ of
California/Santa Barbara; Colleen Scanlan Lyons, Univ of
Colorado/Boulder; Sterling Evans, Humboldt State Univ; Diana Liverman,
Univ of Oxford; James Roper, Univ Fed do Paraná
Discussant(s) : James Roper, Univ Fed do Paraná, Brazil
631 // SEC040 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 1
Latino Studies at the Crossroads: New Demographics, New Approaches
Sponsor : Latino Studies Section
Organizer : Adrian Burgos, Jr., Univ of Illinois/Urbana-Champaign
Chair(s) : Adrian Burgos, Jr., Univ of Illinois/Urbana-Champaign
Strangers in a Strange Land: Reflections on the Social, Political and Judicial
Implications of the Expedited Removal of Dominican Yorks, 1986-Present:
Charles Venator Santiago, Ithaca College
Emerging Latino Identities in South Florida: Elizabeth Aranda, Univ of
Miami, Elena Sabogal, Univ of Miami
Latinos under the Pen: Reflections and Reactions from the Local Black Press
on Impending Changing Demographics: Lorenzo Covarrubias, St Louis
University
Bringing in the Vote: Latino Youth and Civic Engagement: María De Los
Ángeles Torres, DePaul University
632 // SEC041 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 209
State of the Art: The Cutting Edge in Latino/a Studies
Sponsor : Latino Studies Section
Organizer : Ginetta Candelario, Smith College
Chair(s) : Ginetta Candelario, Smith College
Critical Pedagogy and Latino/a Studies: Possibility and Promise: Antonia
Darder, Univ of Illinois/Urbana-Champaign
Chicano Studies as Cultural Political Economy: Rodolfo Torres, Univ of
California/Irvine
Can a Prestigious Scholarly Journal also be Socially Relevant?: Silvio
Torres-Saillant, Syracuse University
Latino/a Studies: Praxis and Beyond: Suzanne Oboler, University of
Illinois/Chicago
633 // SEC044 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Grande Ballroom F
Lawyers and Lawyering in the Making of Colonial Spanish America
Sponsor : Law and Society Section
Organizer : Jeremy Mumford, Yale University
Chair(s) : Victor Uribe, Florida Int'l Univ
Inca Jurisprudence and "Indios Pleitistas" in Early Colonial Peru: Jeremy
Mumford, Yale University
Imágenes de los abogados en los Andes: Crítica social y percepción
profesional (1550-1640): Renzo Honores, Florida Int'l Univ
From Theology to Jurisprudence: The Mexican Inquisition's Archimidean
Point of 1571: Martin Nesvig, Yale University
American Lawyers under the Spanish Monarchy: Rogelio Pérez Perdomo,
Stanford University
Conceptualizing Laws as Politics among Colonial Subjects in SeventeenthCentury Mexico: Brian Owensby, Univ of Virginia
Discussant(s) : Victor Uribe, Florida International Univ
Rituales sangrientos: poéticas y políticas del sacrificio en José María
Arguedas y Mario Vargas Llosa: Juan Carlos Galdo, Texas A&M
University
La cárcel en la narrativa peruana sobre la violencia política desde 1980:
Mark Cox, Presbyterian College
Mundos sociales y espacios festivos en "Yawar fiesta" de José María
Arguedas: Gerardo Castillo, Syracuse University
The Dominicanization of the Dominican Republic by El Chivo: Diana Pardo,
University of Oklahoma
635 // SEC060 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 210
Political Recruitment in Latin America
Sponsor : Political Institutions Section
Organizer : Peter Siavelis, Wake Forest University
Chair(s) : Peter Siavelis, Wake Forest University
Political Recruitment and Candidate Selection for the Colombian Executive
Branch: Steven Taylor, Troy State University, Felipe Botero Jaramillo,
University of Arizona, Brian Crisp, University of Arizona
Political Recruitment to the Executive Branch in Postauthoritarian Brazil:
Continuity and Change in the Pathways to Power: Timothy Power, Florida
International University, Marília Gomide Mochel, Florida International
University
What's in a Name? Quality Candidates in Colombia: Maria EscobarLemmon, Texas A&M Univ, Erika Moreno, University of Iowa
Political Recruitment for the Legislative Branch in Argentina: Mark Jones,
Michigan State University
Political Careers and Legislative Ambition in Ecuador (1979-2002): Andres
Mejia Acosta, University of Notre Dame, Simón Pachano,
FLASCO/Ecuador, ECUADOR
Political Recruitment and Candidate Selection in Latin America: a
Framework for Analysis: Peter Siavelis, Wake Forest University, Scott
Morgenstern, Duke University
Discussant(s) : Patricio Navia, New York University
636 // SEC065 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 2
Gendering Latino Studies
Sponsor : Latino Studies Section
Organizer : Viviana Rangil, Skidmore College
Chair(s) : Viviana Rangil, Skidmore College
The Urban Women and Male Transnational Immigration: Cases from a
Colonia Popular in Mexicali: Tamar Diana Wilson de Garcia, Univ of
Missouri/St Louis
Gender & Cultural Complexity in Latina Lives: Transnational Feminism as a
Resource for Models and Methods Linkings Personal & Gender Equality in
Local Contexts: Ester Shapiro, Univ of Massachusetts/Boston
Brown Outs: The Role of Skin Color for Latinas: Christina Gómez,
Northeastern Illinois University
Living Latina Letters: Working & Waiting Across Borders: Norma Cantu,
Univ of Texas/San Antonio
637 // SMO008 Workshop Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox
206
The Local in the Global: Latin American Social Movements Respond to
Globalization
Organizer : Sonia Alvarez, Univ of California/Santa Cruz
Chair(s) : Evelina Dagnino, Universidade de Campinas, BRAZIL
Participants: Margaret Keck; Arturo Escobar, Univ of North Carolina/Chapel
Hill; Maylei Blackwell, Univ of California/Los Angeles; Kathryn
Hochstetler, Colorado State University; Afef Benessaieh, CIESAS; Xochitl
Leyva-Solano, CIESAS
634 // SEC047 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 5
La novela peruana: visiones y (re)visiones
Sponsor : Peru Section
Organizer : Cesar Ferreira, University of Oklahoma
Chair(s) : Cesar Ferreira, University of Oklahoma
LASA2004 - 74
SATURDAY / 2:00 pm - 3:45 pm
Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm
Una batalla contra los demonios: "La recepción de Cecilia" de Humberto
Solás (Cuba-Spain, 1982): María López-Abeijón, University of Lancaster,
UNITED KINGDOM
638 // AGR001 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 205
Pathways from Socialism: Agriculture in Post-1990 Nicaragua and Cuba
Organizer : Laura Enríquez, Univ of California/Berkeley
Chair(s) : Laura Enríquez, Univ of California/Berkeley
El papel de la mujer al introducirse la agro ecología en Cuba: Nora Cárdenas
Toledo, Ministerio de la Agricultura, CUBA
Cambio tecnológico y campesinado en la agricultura Cubana: Lucy Martín
Posada, CIPS, CUBA
Agricultural Collectives: Comparing Strategies and Results since 1990 in
Cuba and Nicaragua: Frederick Royce, University of Florida
Women, Children and Social Reproduction under Structural Adjustment in
Rural Nicaragua: John Brohman, Simon Fraser University, CANADA
El cooperativismo: línea de desarrollo en la agricultura Cubana: Armando
Antonio Nova González, Universidad de La Habana, CUBA
Discussant(s) : Cristobal Kay, Institute of Social Studies, THE
NETHERLANDS
642 // CUL001 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 109
From the Micro to the Macro: Varieties of Popular Culture in Latin
America - From Postage Stamps to "Candomblé" to Anarchist Theatre
Organizer : Donald Castro, California State Univ/Fullerton
Chair(s) : Donald Castro, California State Univ/Fullerton
The Anarchist Themes in the Theatre of Buenos Aires (1890-1920): Donald
Castro, California State Univ/Fullerton
The Politics and Semiotics of the Smallest Icons of Popular Culture: Latin
American Postage Stamps: Jack Child, American University
Musical Instruments of Brazilian "Candomble" and "Carnival": William
Megenney, Univ of California/Riverside
Discussant(s) : Joseph Arbena, Clemson University
639 // ART005 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 202
Vision and Visuality in Colonial Spanish America
Organizer : Dana Leibsohn, Smith College
Chair(s) : Dana Leibsohn, Smith College
Visuality and Visual Culture in Colonial Spanish America: Barbara Mundy,
Fordham University
Familiar Mythologies: Genealogies and the Indigenous Elite of Colonial
Mexico: Delia Cosentino, DePaul University
What You See Is Not What You Get: Carolyn Dean, Univ of California/Santa
Cruz
The Mirrors of Las Meninas: Cochineal, Silver, and Clay: Byron Hamann,
University of Chicago
Visual Culture and the Exercise of Power in Seventeenth-Century Lima:
Alejandra Osorio, Wellesley College
“Two Worlds in Which You Are Praised”: The Carrera de Indias and the
Representation of Imperial Space: Michael Schreffler, Virginia
Commonwealth University
Discussant(s) : Dana Leibsohn, Smith College
640 // CIT009 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 212
Insurgent and Emergent Citizenships in Bogotá
Organizer : Peter Rawitscher, Univ of California/Berkeley
Chair(s) : Ruben Dario Florez Arcila, Univ Nacional de Colombia,
COLOMBIA
Leave no Trace!!! Bogota - A Modern City of Inclusion in a Space of
Exclusion: Peter Rawitscher, Univ of California/Berkeley
La gestación cultural de la imagen del cambio en Bogotá: Antes de octubre de
1993: Ruben Dario Florez Arcila, Univ Nacional de Colombia,
COLOMBIA
Inmigrantes del Pacífico colombiano en Bogotá: en la construcción de una
interlocución con la política pública local: Claudia Patricia Mosquera
Rosero-Labbe, Université Laval, CANADA
Ciudadanía y naturaleza en el espacio urbano de Bogotá: Bibiana Esperanza
Salamanca Solarte, Ecó-Fund Estación Bio Bachaqueros
641 // CTM010 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 101
Luces, cámara y acción: el cine post-revolucionario cubano
Organizer : Edna Rodríguez-Mangual, Texas Christian University
Chair(s) : Edna Rodríguez-Mangual, Texas Christian University
Cuban Cinema: Metropolis-Periphery and Beyond: Barbara Schulz, Eastern
Oregon University
De un "silbido" a una "suite": la identidad nacional como sonido inaprensible
en la obra del director cubano Fernando Pérez: Edna Rodríguez-Mangual,
Texas Christian University
Viaje a lo semiótico: "Miel para Oshún" de Humberto Solás: Fernando
Valerio-Holguín, Colorado State University
Alicia en el Pueblo de Maravillas o la necesidad de un debate interno: Laura
Redruello, Vanderbilt University
Para una valoración del más reciente cine Cubano. "Si me comprendieras" y
"Suite Habana": Dos miradas: Arsenio Cicero San Cristóbal, Univ of
Wisconsin/Madison
643 // CUL004 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 107
Cuando el estado no pudo más: alternativas políticas, económicas y
sociales ante la crisis argentina
Organizer : Carmen Ferradás, Binghamton University/SUNY
Chair(s) : Silvia Hirsch, FLACSO, ARGENTINA
Solidarity and Civic Participation: The Politics of a Soup Kitchen in Buenos
Aires: Silvia Hirsch, FLACSO, ARGENTINA
Resistencias corporales: fragmentación, destitución y violencias entre
usuarios de drogas: María Epele, CONICET/UBA, ARGENTINA
Los cambios de la política en los sectores populares. Las organizaciones de
desocupados del Gran Buenos Aires. Changing politics in popular sectors.
The organizations of unemployed in Greater Buenos Aires: Gabriela
Delamata, Universidad Nacional de San Martin, ARGENTINA
HIV/AIDS Pharmaceutical Politics in Post-Crisis Argentina: Donna
Goldstein, University of Colorado
Aprendiendo a coser: la reinvención del trabajo con la pesificación: Carmen
Ferradás, Binghamton University/SUNY
644 // CUL020 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 105
Porno, Prose and Propaganda: Constructions of Difference in Modern
Brazilian Culture
Organizer : Erin Graff Zivin, University of Pittsburgh
Chair(s) : Erin Graff Zivin, University of Pittsburgh
The Cultural Politics of Samba: Foreignness and Brazilianness in Noel Rosa’s
“Quem dá mais?”: Erin Graff Zivin, University of Pittsburgh
The Naturalization of Protestantism in Brazilian Social Thought, 1880-1930:
Dain Borges, University of Chicago
Gender, Ethnicity and the Politics of Migration to the Amazon During World
War II: Seth Garfield, University of Texas/Austin
Performing Modernity as Tradition: Japanese-Brazilian Ethnicity and
Brazilian Film, 1950-1980: Jeffrey Lesser, Emory University
645 // CUL021 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 104
Argentina en transición: ¿grand récit o micronarrativas?
Organizer : Donetta Hines, Susquehanna University
Chair(s) : Donetta Hines, Susquehanna University
Representaciones de la Argentina en crisis: Donetta Hines, Susquehanna
University
La disolución de la identidad individual y nacional: textos de la postdictadura
neoliberal: Viviana Plotnik, Oglethorpe University
Los rostros del duelo. Sobre arte y memoria en la postdictadura: Sandra
Lorenzano, MEXICO
Argentina en transición: el caso de Anna Kazumi Stahl: Graciela Michelotti,
Haverford College
Discussant(s) : Francine Masiello, Univ of California/Berkeley
646 // CUL043 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 112
Literatura y estudios culturales
Organizer : Ramón Figueroa, Millsaps College
Chair(s) : Ramón Figueroa, Millsaps College
Teatro popular y memoria colectiva en Guatemala: Michael Millar, Western
Michigan University
Identity and the Other in Twentieth-Century Spanish American Travel
Writing: Laurence Prescott, Penn State University
"Brigadas Dominicanas" and the End of the Trujillo Era: Elizabeth Russ,
Southern Methodist University
LASA2004 - 75
SATURDAY / 2:00 pm - 3:45 pm
Nicolás Guillén y Haití: antecedentes y consecuencias histórico-culturales:
Emilio Jorge Rodríguez, UNEAC, CUBA
647 // DEM004 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 16
Cultura Política y Consolidación Democrática
Sponsor : Univ de Guadalajara/CUCSH
Organizer : Marco Cortés Guardado, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Marco Cortés Guardado, MEXICO
Cultura de la legalidad y competencia judicativa en México: Marco Cortés
Guardado, MEXICO
Asociacionismo y participación política en México: Victor Espinoza, Colegio
de la Frontera Norte
Exclusión social e inclusión social. La paradoja de la participación en la
sociedad mexicana: David Corrochano, MEXICO
Permanencia y cambio. La configuración de una cultura democrática en el
estado de Querétaro: Ana Díaz Aldret, MEXICO
Encuestas y elecciones en Jalisco en el proceso electoral de 2003: Ismael
Ortiz Barba, MEXICO
648 // DEM013 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 15
On Different Stances from Which to Boost and Constrain the Spiral of
Democratic Change: The Case of Mexico
Organizer : Marisol Reyes, University of Essex, UNITED KINGDOM
Chair(s) : Maricarmen Hernandez, University of Essex, UNITED KINGDOM
Democracy in Times of Insecurity: Maricarmen Hernandez, University of
Essex, UNITED KINGDOM
Democratic Contribution from Anti-Democratic Organizations: The Role of
the EZLN Before Security Forces After a Decade: Salvador Guerrero
Chipres, University of Essex, UNITED KINGDOM
Patterns of Non-Voting in Mexico: An Aggregate Analysis of the Local and
Federal Elections from 1991 to 2003: Marisol Reyes, University of Essex,
UNITED KINGDOM
Executive- Legislative Relations from a Different Perspective: The Veto
Players Theory: Maria Paola Martorelli Hernandez, University of Essex,
UNITED KINGDOM
Congressional Parties in the Mexican Congress and Their Role in the
Consolidation of Democracy: Marcelino Miranda Aceves, University of
Essex, UNITED KINGDOM
Could Trade Liberalization be Considered as a Democratic Process in
Mexico?: Edgar Ramirez, University of Essex, UNITED KINGDOM
649 // DEM018 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 17
La actuación política de la fuerza armada venezolana en las postrimerías
del siglo XX
Organizer : Luis Butto, Universidad Símon Bolívar, VENEZUELA
Chair(s) : Luis Butto, Universidad Símon Bolívar, VENEZUELA
Nuevo profesionalismo militar y participación política de la Fuerza Armada
Nacional: un estudio histórico: Luis Butto, Universidad Símon Bolívar,
VENEZUELA
La Fuerza Armada de Venezuela: ¿De Actor Social a Actor Politico?:
Rosangel Alvarez, Universidad Símon Bolívar, VENEZUELA
La facciones al interior de la FAN Venezolana: análisis de un disurso:
Giannina Olivieri, Universidad Metropolitana, VENEZUELA
Viejos actores en nuevos escenarios: la guerrilla y los militares en la
Venezuela del siglo XXI: Ines Guardia, Universidad Símon Bolívar,
VENEZUELA
El "voto militar" en Venezuela: una visión histórica de conjunto: Domingo
Irwin, Univ Pedagógica Experimental, VENEZUELA
Discussant(s) : Domingo Irwin, Univ Pedagógica Experimental,
VENEZUELA
650 // DEM028 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 116
Implications of Defense Restructuring for Democratic Regimes in Latin
America
Organizer : Harold Trinkunas, Naval Postgraduate School
Chair(s) : Harold Trinkunas, Naval Postgraduate School
Why Wither Military Spending in Latin American Democracies?: Joseph
Wright, UCLA
Implications of Defense Restructuring for Democracy in Venezuela (19982003): Harold Trinkunas, Naval Postgraduate School
Restructuring the Defense Establishment in Brazil: Are We Really Going
Anywhere?: Marco Cepik, Federal Univ of Rio Grande do Sul, BRAZIL
Restructuring Colombia's Defense Establishment to Improve Military
Effectiveness and Civilian Control: Thomas Bruneau, Naval Postgraduate
School
Multicausality and Democratic Consolidation. Institutions, Interests, and
Ideas in Chilean Civil-Military Relations, 1990-2004: Marcos Robledo
Hoecker, CHILE
Discussant(s) : David Pion-Berlin, University of California Riverside
651 // DEM034 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 7
Changing Parties and Party Systems
Organizer : Henry Dietz, University of Texas
Chair(s) : Henry Dietz, University of Texas
Party System Fragmentation and Ethnic Heterogeneity in Latin America:
Jóhanna Kristín Birnir, SUNY/Buffalo, Donna Lee Van Cott, Tulane
University
Party Organizations and the Role of Affiliates. Is the Face "Party on the
Ground" Losing Ground? Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Uruguay in
Comparative Perspective: Simone Bohn, Universidade de São Paulo
Political Preferences, Loss of Support, and Party System Collapse: Venezuela
and Peru: Henry Dietz, University of Texas, David Myers
¿Otro juego imposible?: Cecilia Poblete, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo,
ARGENTINA
652 // ECO019 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Top of the Riviera
North
Neoliberal Reforms in Argentina: An Assessment
Organizer : Omar Sanchez, University of Wisconsin/Green Bay
Chair(s) : Camila Arza, London School of Econ & Poli Sci, UNITED
KINGDOM
Argentina's Federal Fiscal Pacts of the 1990's: The Politics of Inefficiency:
Omar Sanchez, University of Wisconsin/Green Bay
The Symbolic Life of Economic Indicators: The Curious Trajectory of the
"Riesgo país" in the Argentine Crisis of 2001: Martin de Santos, Yale
University
Models of Stratification via Pension Policy. The Case of Argentina: Camila
Arza, London School of Econ & Poli Sci, UNITED KINGDOM
Universidad y paradigmas del desarrollo nacional. Un estudio comparado
diacrónico: la universidad argentina 1958-1966, 1989-2000: Ariel Gordon,
Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
653 // ECO021 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 14
Labor Markets and Training in Latin America
Organizer : Maria Beatriz Orlando, Tulane University
Chair(s) : Jorge Enrique Horbath Corredor, FLACSO, MEXICO
Impacto del TLCAN en los mercados locales rurales de trabajo en México:
Jorge Enrique Horbath Corredor, FLACSO, MEXICO, Alicia Puyana,
FLACSO, MEXICO
Labor Markets and Poverty in Latin America: Maria Beatriz Orlando, Tulane
University
Inequality, Development, and Labor Market Cohorts: Industrial Change in
Puerto Rico and Its Impact on Three Generations of Labor Market
Entrants: Harold Toro-Tulla, Univ of California/Berkeley
654 // ECO022 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 8
Perspectives on Mexican Development
Organizer : Edgar Aragón Mladosich, Tecnológico de Monterrey, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Gilberto Aboites Manrique, MEXICO
Income Transfers and the Marriage Market: Experimental Evidence from
Rural Mexico: Gustavo Bobonis, University of California/Berkeley
La ley Verdoom y el crecimiento diferenciado de la industria manufacturera
regional en México en la era del TLCAN: Cuauhtémoc Calderón, El
Colegio de la Frontera Norte, Gerardo Martinez, Univ Autónoma de
Coahuila, MEXICO
Micro-financing, “Changarros” and Poverty Alleviation in Monterrey,
Mexico: Edgar Aragón Mladosich, Tecnológico de Monterrey, MEXICO
El TLCAN, el empleo, los salarios y la migración internacional: Leticia
Hernandez Bielma, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, MEXICO,
Cuauhtémoc Calderón, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte
Mexico-United States Border Cities 2000: A Study in Demographic Growth:
James Pick, University of Redlands, Swarna Keshavan, University of
Redlands
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655 // EDU012 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 201
La educación superior en América Latina: organización
Organizer : Elisa Lucarelli, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Chair(s) : Omar García, MEXICO
Hacia un sistema de educación superior articulado en Argentina: diagnóstico,
acciones y desafíos: Monica Marquina, Universidad de Buenos Aires,
ARGENTINA
La nueva relación estado-universidad en Argentina: La creación del FOMEC
y la CONEAU: Ariel Toscano, Univ de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Academic Employment Structures in Higher Education: The Argentine case
and the Academic Profession in Latin America: Ana María García de
Fanelli, CEDES, ARGENTINA
El problema de la transformación universitaria: Entre el virtualismo y la
irracionalidad: Omar García, MEXICO
Nuevas prácticas en la docencia universitaria en tiempos de crisis. El caso de
una cátedra innovadora en búsqueda de su identidad: Elisa Lucarelli,
Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
La educación superior en Cuba: una aproximación a su estudio: Mario Oliva
Suarez, Universidad de la Habana, MEXICO
Impacto de la docencia universitaria en las instituciones sociales: Tomás
Ramón Vázquez Betancourt, Universidad de la Habana, CUBA
656 // ENV003 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 210
Advancing Sustainable Management of Water Resources on the U.S.Mexico Border
Organizer : Stephen Mumme, Colorado State University
Chair(s) : Stephen Mumme, Colorado State University
Capacity Building and the Advancement of Sustainable Water Utilization on
the U.S.-Mexican Border: Donna Lybecker, Colorado State University
The Rio Bravo Basin Council for Water Management in Northeastern Mexico:
Howard Donnell, University of Texas/Austin
657 // FEA002 Workshop Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 4
Workshop on Labor and Globalization: The State of the Field and a New
Research Agenda
Organizer : Joel Stillerman, Grand Valley State University
Chair(s) : Joel Stillerman, Grand Valley State University
Participants: Peter Winn, Tufts University; Francisco Zapata, Colegio de
Mexico; Elizabeth Jelin, CONICET; Eric Hershberg, SSRC; Paul Drake,
University of California/San Diego
658 // HIS006 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 111
Imaginando los rostros, describiendo las prácticas: descubriendo
identidades en los Andes coloniales
Organizer : Karen Graubart, Cornell University
Chair(s) : Ana María Presta, Univ de Buenos Aires-CONICET, ARGENTINA
Devoción cristiana, uniones consagradas y elecciones materiales en la
construcción de identidades indígenas urbanas. Charcas, 1550-1650: Ana
María Presta, Univ de Buenos Aires-CONICET, ARGENTINA
Between Prescription and Practice: Women, Legality, and Identity in Quito’s
Notary Courts, 1765-1774: Chad Black, University of New Mexico
Women Playing the System: Marriage, Sexuality, and Social Control in
Seventeenth-Century Quito: Kimberly Gauderman, University of New
Mexico
The Creolization of the New World: Local Forms of Identity in Urban Peru:
Karen Graubart, Cornell University
El vestido en la sociedad urbana colonial: representaciones de las
identidades? (Trujillo / Peru, s. XVI): Karoline Noack, Inst of Lat
Amer/Freie Univ Berlin, GERMANY
Local Identities in the Peruvian Highlands in the Seventeenth Century: Karen
Spalding, University of Connecticut
Discussant(s) : Leo Garofalo, Connecticut College
659 // HIS017 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 110
Empresas y empresarios en Mexico, siglos XIX y XX
Organizer : Carmen Blazquez, Universidad Veracruzana, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Carmen Blazquez, Universidad Veracruzana, MEXICO
Comerciantes y empresarios de Xalapa en la década de 1920: Carmen
Blazquez, Universidad Veracruzana, MEXICO
Acumulación de capital y negocios inmobilarios en la Ciudad de México
posrevolucionario: Carmen Collado, Instituto Mora, MEXICO
Empresarios cafetaleros en Coatepec durante 1890-1910: Soledad Garcia,
Universidad Veracruzana, MEXICO
Empresarios navieros en Veracruz, 1890-1900: Jose Ronzon, Univ Autónoma
Metropolitana, MEXICO
De pequeñas a grandes empresas. La estrategia empresarial en la formación
de la compañía minera "Las Dos Estrellas," en el oro y Tlalpujahua, 18981908: Alfredo Uribe, Universidad de San Nicolas, MEXICO
Formación y tipología de las empresas mineras en San Luis Potosí y
Zacatecas, 1880-1910: Moises Gamez, El Colegio de San Luis, MEXICO
660 // HIS034 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Grande Ballroom F
Elite Control and Group Identity in the Colombian Regeneration and the
Mexican Porfiriato, a Comparative Perspective
Organizer : Joshua Rosenthal, SUNY/Oneonta
Chair(s) : Joshua Rosenthal, SUNY/Oneonta
Colonial Thinking in the Writing of Nineteenth Century Republican Mexico:
José Martínez-Gómez, MEXICO
Order and Progress: The Moral Question in Regeneration Colombia: Hayley
Froysland, Univ of Southern Mississippi
El discreto encanto de la aristocracia: Nostalgia, Modernity, and Class
Identity during the Porfiriato: Victor Macias-Gonzalez, Univ of
Wisconsin/La Crosse
"Savage Democracy": Popular Politics, Discipline and Colombia's
Regneration, 1863-1886: James Sanders, Utah State University
Profits Over Compatriots: American Railway Companies and Their Workers
in Mexico, 1880-1910: Martin Valadez, Montclair State University
Crowning Images: Modeling Catholic Modernity, and Molding Local
Practice, Oaxaca 1909: Edward Wright-Rios, Univ of California/San
Diego
Discussant(s) : Emilio Kourí, University of Chicago
661 // HIS039 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 5
Social and Political Change in Argentina, Chile and Cuba
Organizer : Ariel Armony, Colby College
Chair(s) : M. Elisa Fernández, Univ de Chile/Santiago, CHILE
Workers in and at the Movies: The Argentine Cinema of the 1930s: Matthew
Karush, George Mason University
La experiencia rupturista argentina de 1983: Deborah Mitchell, The New
School University
Saving the Fatherland: Nationalism and the Ibáñez Government, 1952-1958:
M. Elisa Fernández, Univ de Chile/Santiago, CHILE
Justo's Revolution: Economic Restructuring and Argentina's Provinces
During the 1930s: Alistair Hattingh, Muskingum College
El proceso de construcción de la ciencia sociológica: motivos y limitaciones:
Teresa Muñoz, Universidad de la Habana, CUBA
El cacao y el chocolate en la historia y la cultura cubanas: Niurka Núñez
González, CITMA, CUBA
662 // INT002 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Grande Ballroom E
El consenso político y de la sociedad civil en la formulación de políticas de
defensa y seguridad en América Latina
Organizer : José Ugarte, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Chair(s) : José Ugarte, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Formulación consensuada de políticas de defensa y seguridad en América
Latina: panorama y perspectivas: José Ugarte, Universidad de Buenos
Aires, ARGENTINA
Argentina: las políticas consensuadas en seguridad internacional y los
factores que las ponen en riesgo: Luis Tibiletti, Universidad del Salvador,
ARGENTINA
Formulación de políticas públicas en seguridad y defensa con un componente
participativo: Bernardo Arévalo de León, WSP International,
GUATEMALA
Consensus or Conflict: The Making of National Defense Policy in Central
America: Orlando Pérez, Central Michigan University
Construcción de consensos en política de defensa: la necesidad de establecer
un código comunicacional común: Jaime Garreta, SER en el 2000,
ARGENTINA
663 // INT017 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 203
Ten Years After: North America Integration and Development Since the
NAFTA
Organizer : Kevin Middlebrook, University of London, UNITED KINGDOM
Chair(s) : Kevin Middlebrook, University of London, UNITED KINGDOM,
and Roberto Sánchez, University of California/Riverside
The Institutional Defense of Workers' Rights under the NAFTA: Kevin
Middlebrook, University of London, UNITED KINGDOM
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The Environmental Legacy of the NAFTA: Roberto Sánchez, University of
California/Riverside
The Employment Consequences of NAFTA: Sandra Polaski, CEIP
Lessons from Mexico for Free Trade and the Washington Consensus:
Accelerating Progress toward the Millennium Development Goals:
Eduardo Zepeda Miramontes, UN Development Programme
Discussant(s) : Víctor Urquidi, El Colegio de México, MEXICO
664 // LAB008 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 204
Organized Labor, Unorganized Labor and Lived Experiences
Organizer : David Fairrís, Univ of California/Riverside
Chair(s) : Victoria Pérez Izquierdo, Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones
Económicas, CUBA
Cultura del trabajo y estrategias de economía doméstica en el
cuentapropismo cubano: estudio de casos: Elena Sacchetti, Universidad de
Sevilla, SPAIN
Ser "trabajador autónomo" en Argentina. La experiencia de empleados del
sector público: Lorena Poblete, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sci Soc,
FRANCE
British West Indian Workers in Eastern Cuba, 1912-1940: Robert Whitney,
Univ of New Brunswick/Saint John, CANADA, Graciela Chailloux,
Universidad de la Habana, CUBA
Transformaciones de la política de empleo en Cuba: Victoria Pérez Izquierdo,
Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Económicas, CUBA
665 // LCN011 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 207
Tránsitos retóricos entre Europa y las Américas
Organizer : Eyda Merediz, Univ of Maryland/College Park
Chair(s) : Margarita Altuna, University of Maryland
Narrar y recrear: memoria andina y europea en "Nueva crónica y buen
gobierno": Victoria Cox, Appalachian State Univ
Influencia de las ideas jesuíticas en: Historia Antigua de México e Historia
del Reino de Quito en la América meridional: Margarita Altuna, University
of Maryland
Retórica y Poder. La figura del virrey en el teatro novohispano del siglo XVII:
Judith Farré, ITESM/Monterrey, MEXICO
La avellaneda: romántica peregrina entre dos patrias: Ivette Gomez, Univ of
California/Irvine
Sobre un posible malentendido: lo satírico-escatológico en Sor Juana Inés de
la Cruz y lo filosófico-moral en Juan del Valle y Caviedes: Pedro Lasarte,
Boston University
666 // LCN014 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 2
New Approaches to Sarmiento and Argentine Liberalism
Organizer : Miguel Angel Cabañas Enríquez, Michigan State University
Chair(s) : Irene Coromina, Rochester Institute of Technology
La mujer en la narrativa política del romanticismo argentino: Irene
Coromina, Rochester Institute of Technology
Sarmiento y la distinción democrática: Victor Goldgel Carballo, Univ of
California/Berkeley
Sarmiento amanerado: Mariano Lopez Seoane, NYU/University of Buenos
Aires
El concepto de libertad política en Viajes de Sarmiento: Alberto Julián Pérez
667 // LCO012 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Top of the Riviera South
Imaginarios cubanos durante el Período Especial
Organizer : Myrna García-Calderón, Cornell University
Chair(s) : Myrna García-Calderón, Cornell University
Nuevo periodismo y realismo sucio en la literatura cubana reciente: el caso
del Período Especial: Stephen Clark, Northern Arizona Univ
Cerrado por reparación: imaginarios literarios durante el Período Especial:
Myrna García-Calderón, Cornell University
Negotiating Identity through the Urban Space of Havana, Cuba: A
Meditation: Cecilia Lawless, Cornell University
Un arte del desecho: Arnaldo Cruz-Malavé, Fordham University
Los hijos de Guillermo Tell: literatura cubana de los noventa: Caridad
Tamayo-Fernández, Casa de las Américas, CUBA
Literatura y pesimismo: El Período Especial y algo más: Catherine Den
Tandt, Universidad de Montreal, CANADA
Discussant(s) : Jorge Fornet, Casa de las Américas, CUBA
668 // LCO019 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 115
Tramas Espaciales: Viajes, Guerras, Limites, Exposiciones
Organizer : Fermin Rodriguez, Princeton / Univ de Buenos Aires
Chair(s) : Natalia Brizuela, Univ of California/Berkeley
Las Tarjetas postales del Evaristo Carriego: viaje y melancolía: Natalia
Brizuela, Univ of California/Berkeley
Crónicas del futuro. José Martí en Nueva York: Paola Cortés-Rocca,
Princeton University
Contar el infinito. Sobre César Aira: Hernán Díaz, New York University
Diario de la Guerra: Gabriel Giorgi, Univ of Southern California
The Purple Land: Espacios de aprendizaje: Fermin Rodriguez, Princeton /
Univ de Buenos Aires
The City Within the City: Latin American Itineraries in Paris 1900 Universal
Exhibition: Alejandra Uslenghi, New York University
Discussant(s) : Gabriel Giorgi, Univ of Southern California
669 // LCO027 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 3
Voces heterogéneas en Nicaragua: los problemas de representación de
una "literatura nacional"
Organizer : William Clary, Stephens College
Chair(s) : William Clary, Stephens College
De la contracultura a la hegemonía cultural: ética revolucionaria, una
"intimidad molesta" en la obra de Sergio Ramírez: Byron Barahona,
Stanford University
El frente y las fracturas: la heterogeneidad cultural en "Vuelo de cuervos" de
Erick Blandón: William Clary, Stephens College
Walagallo, el testimonio audiovisual de los garífonas nicaragüenses: Erick
Blandon, Arkansas Tech University
Hablar desde los márgenes: lenguas, literatura y globalización en la Costa
Caribe: Therese Tardio, Carnegie Mellon University
La hegemonía deconstruída. Ocaso del discurso nacional y de la
representación hegemónica en la novelística nicaragüense contemporánea:
Werner Mackenbach, Univ de Costa Rica/Univ Potsdam, COSTA RICA
La reflexión autobiográfica de Rubén Darío y la cultura centroamericana:
Leonel Delgado
670 // LGS002 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 209
Queer Eye for the Latin American Straight Guy
Organizer : Sara Cooper, California State Univ/Chico
Chair(s) : Sara Cooper, California State Univ/Chico
Educating the Straight Man in "Fresa y chocolate" and "De noche vienes,
Esmeralda": Sara Cooper, California State Univ/Chico
Mitad del mundo en la mitad del cuerpo: homosexualidad y política en la
literatura gay ecuatoriana: Fernando Iturburu, SUNY
Straight Eye on the Invisible Guy: The Construction of Homosexualidad:
Ernesto Cruz Caceres, University of Kansas
Queering Love, Straightening Love in Hector Babenco’s "Kiss of the Spider
Woman": Sarah Hammill, Univ of California/Santa Barbara
Discussant(s) : Naomi Lindstrom, University of Texas/Austin
671 // MTG051 LASA Committee Meeting Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm
Grande Ballroom H
LASA/Oxfam America Martin Diskin Memorial Lectureship
Sponsor : LASA
Organizer : Marysa Navarro, Dartmouth College
672 // MTI023 Workshop Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 206
Transnational Exchanges: The Local Development Impact of NonFinancial Transfers between Migrants and Hometowns
Sponsor : Inter-American Foundation
Organizer : Jill Wheeler, Inter-American Foundation
Chair(s) : Katharine Andrade Eekhoff, FLACSO, EL SALVADOR
Participants: Sandra Nichols, California Inst for Rural Studies; Robert Smith,
Columbia Univ/Barnard College; Margarita Cervantes-Rodriguez,
University of Albany; Tarna Gahan-Hunter, San Diego State University
673 // POL018 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 13
Políticas públicas neoliberales, organización campesina, fronteras
interétnicas, y migración urbana: efectos territoriales y respuestas
sociales
Organizer : María del Carmen Cebada Contreras, Universidad de Guanajuato,
MEXICO
Chair(s) : María del Carmen Cebada Contreras, Universidad de Guanajuato,
MEXICO
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Las nuevas políticas de apoyo a la producción campesina ¿nuevos
mecanismos de control político?: María del Carmen Cebada Contreras,
Universidad de Guanajuato, MEXICO
Las políticas públicas y las tradiciones culturales en la construcción de las
fronteras interétnicas: huasteca potosina: Patricia Moctezuma Yano, El
Colegio de San Luis, MEXICO
Migración y espacio social en la ciudad de Querétaro: consequencias de las
políticas nacionales estatales: Brigitte Lamy, Universidad de Guanajuato,
MEXICO
Estrategias de pequeñas productores en el contexto actual globalizador
¿reestructuración de sus espacios de acción social y territorial?: Martha
Chávez Torres, MEXICO
Pobreza y segregación socioresidencial en Guanajuato 1990-2000: Antonio
Salgado Gómez, Universidad de Guanajuato, MEXICO
674 // RAE009 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 108
Structures of Alterity, Sites of Struggle: The Politics of Black and
Indigenous Identities in Latin America
Organizer : José Antonio Lucero, Temple University
Chair(s) : José Antonio Lucero, Temple University
"I Am Black and I Am Indian": The Indigenous, Black, and Bolivarian
Discourse of Hugo Chávez: José Antonio Lucero, Temple University
Buscando un Inca, Again: Official Multiculturalism, Belgian, Black, and
Indian Identities in Peru: María Elena García, Sarah Lawrence College
The World Bank and Ethno-development: Lessons from Ecuador and Peru:
Robert Andolina, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Contesting White Supremacy: Indian Resurgence and Anti-Racism in Brazil:
Jonathan Warren, University of Washington
Discussant(s) : Howard Winant, Univ of California/Santa Barbara
675 // ROR004 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 113
Protestantismo en Sudamérica: perspectivas históricas y sociológicas
Organizer : Juan Fonseca, Pontificia Univ Católica del Perú, PERU
Chair(s) : Juan Fonseca, Pontificia Univ Católica del Perú, PERU
Protestantismo e identidad. Un ensayo sobre los orígenes de las
autodefiniciones e identificaciones simbólicas de los protestantes en el
Perú: Gerson Julcarima, Univ Nacl Mayor de San Marcos, PERU
Protestantismo y cambio social en la Región Andina: Ecuador y Perú (19301960): Hector Laporta, Union Theological Seminary
Domesticación de la razón protestante en el pentecostalismo. Perspectivas
sociológicas sobre Perú y Brasil: Paulo Barrera, Univ Metodista de Sao
Paulo, BRAZIL
Anarquismo o despotismo: Los protestantes y las dictaduras en el Perú.
Leguía y Fujimori: Juan Fonseca, Pontificia Univ Católica del Perú, PERU
Discussant(s) : Virginia Garrard-Burnett, University of Texas/Austin
Contesting Neoliberalism and Its Political Economy of Truth: The Case of the
World Social Forum: Maria Veronica Perera, New School University
Discussant(s) : Amy Withers, Social Science Research Council
678 // SJU015 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 114
Libertades y derechos sociales
Organizer : Tracy Devine Guzmán, Univ of North Carolina/Charlotte
Chair(s) : Tracy Devine Guzmán, Univ of North Carolina/Charlotte
Rights-Based Approaches to Development --initial reflections and an outlook
from Brazil--”: Florian Hoffmann, PUC/Rio, BRAZIL
El derecho a una historia: infancia, subjetividad y la violencia cotidiana de la
pobreza en el Perú: Tracy Devine Guzmán, Univ of North
Carolina/Charlotte
Examen comparativo del reconocimiento a la libertad religiosa en América
Latina: Rafael Ramón Fernández Domínguez, Centro de Estudios sobre
América, CUBA
La Seguridad Social y su interrelación con el envejecimiento poblacional en
Cuba: Aurea Verónica Rodríguez Rodríguez, Instituto de Historia de Cuba,
CUBA
679 // SJU016 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 211
Displacement/Perception of Violence
Organizer : Beatriz Londoño, Universidad del Rosario, COLOMBIA
Chair(s) : Beatriz Londoño, Universidad del Rosario, COLOMBIA
Situación humanitaria crítica de la población desplazada interna en
Colombia: Beatriz Londoño, Universidad del Rosario, COLOMBIA
The Political Peace Process in Colombia: A Philosophical-Psychological
Perspective: Maryanne Schiffman, Univ of California/Santa Cruz
Saturday 4:00 - 5:00 pm
PLENARY SESSION: READINGS BY ELENA
VALENZUELA, Royale Pavillion 2
676 // SJU003 Workshop Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Grande Ballroom G
Enfrentando la Impunidad y los Poderes Ocultos en Guatemala
Sponsor : Washington Office on Latin America
Organizer : Adriana Beltrán Matiz, WOLA
Chair(s) : Adriana Beltrán Matiz, WOLA
Participants: Claudia Samayoa; Iduvina Hernández, SEDEM; Helen Mack
Chang, FMM; Javier Hernández, MINUGUA
677 // SJU009 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 208
Civil Society Effort to Expand Justice
Organizer : Aleida Ferreyra, New School University
Chair(s) : Aleida Ferreyra, New School University
Transnational Struggles for Racial Justice: Feminist Interventions from
Mexico and Peru: Sylvanna Falcón, Univ of California/Santa Barbara
Repression and Resistance in the Departments of Santa Ana and
Chalatenango in El Salvador 1930-1960: Aldo Garcia Guevara, University
of Texas at Austin
Crimes against Humanity as Historical Footnotes: The Contemporary Case of
the Dominican Republic and the 1937 Haitian Massacre: Eduardo Paulino,
John Jay College of Crim Justice
Civil Society Participation in Times of Public Insecurity and Bad Policing: the
Case of Mexico City: Aleida Ferreyra, New School University
Ni una asamblea más sin nosotros! Exclusion, Inclusion and the Politics of
Constitution-Making in the Andes: Renata Segura, New School University
Assessing the Contributions and Limitations of Truth Commission Reparations
Programs in the Latin American Context: Ernesto Verdeja, New School
University
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Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm
680 // AGR009 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 109
Perspectivas orgánicas para Nuestra América
Organizer : Miguel Angel Gómez Cruz, CIESTAAM, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Miguel Angel Gómez Cruz, CIESTAAM, MEXICO
La agricultura orgánica en Cuba. Avances y retos: Santiago Rodríguez
Castellón, Ctro de Estudios de Econ Cubana, CUBA
Producción, comercialización y certificación de la agricultura orgánica en
México: Miguel Angel Gómez Cruz, CIESTAAM, MEXICO, Laura
Gómez Tovar, CIESTAAM, MEXICO
Situación y perspectivas de la agricultura orgánica con énfasis en
Latinoamérica: Jaime García, COSTA RICA
Impacto socioeconómico de organizaciones de base trabajando en agricultura
ecológica en Guatemala: Rafael Solórzano González, ALTERTEC,
GUATEMALA
Evaluación de sustentabilidad en sistemas de producción agropecuarios bajo
tecnología convencional y orgánica: Roberto Rendón Medel, MEXICO,
Quito López, Univ Autónoma Chapingo, MEXICO, Fulvio Gioanetto,
Bioagriccop México, MEXICO
Impacto de condiciones políticas cambiadas sobre el desarrollo de la
agricultura orgánica en la Unión Europea y su influencia sobre América
Latina: Heide Hoffmann, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, GERMANY
Discussant(s) : Manuel Chavez, Michigan State University
681 // ART002 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 112
Conflicto de poderes. Eficacia del discurso visual y sus efectos políticos en
Latinoamérica
Organizer : Viviana Usubiaga, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Chair(s) : Viviana Usubiaga, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Arte, memoria y política en las calles. La actuación de los colectivos artísticos
en las postdictaduras latinoamericanas: Viviana Usubiaga, Universidad de
Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Arte contemporáneo y políticas de la memoria en la Argentina de la
postdictadura: María Florencia Battiti, Universidad de Buenos Aires,
ARGENTINA
1947: Arte español en la Argentina. Intercambios político-culturales durante
el peronismo: Talía Bermejo, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
La política de las Bienales. Premiación del CAYC en la XIV Bienal de San
Pablo: Mariana Marchesi, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Condiciones de producción en las artes contemporáneas desde el pensamiento
de las prácticas artístico-políticas: Teresa Riccardi, Universidad de Buenos
Aires, ARGENTINA
Entre dos cortes: Gisèle Freund fotógrafa de Eva Perón para Life: Verónica
Tell, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
Discussant(s) : Mirta Alejandra Antonelli, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba,
ARGENTINA
682 // CIT001 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 212
Urban Popular Organizing in the Shadow of Neoliberalism:
Neighborhood-Level Initiatives in Santiago, Chile
Organizer : Christopher Cardona, Univ of California/Berkeley
Chair(s) : Christopher Cardona, Univ of California/Berkeley
Schools for Citizenship or for Clientelism? Grassroots Organizations and
Local Politics in Santiago, Chile: Christopher Cardona, Univ of
California/Berkeley, Marco Fernández, CHILE
Neopluralism and the Challenges for Citizenship in Latin America: Philip
Oxhorn, McGill University, CANADA
Planning the Irrelevance of Municipal Government? The Relationship
between Chile's Urban Planning System and the Promise of Municipal
Government in Santiago: Enrique Silva Santelices, Univ of
California/Berkeley
From the Right to Housing to the Right to the City: Trash Wars and New
Forms of Urban Social Movements in Santiago, Chile: Francisco Sabatini,
Pontificia Univ Católica de Chile, CHILE
Democratization, Decentralization and Poverty in Economically Diverse
Areas of Santiago: A Study in Municipal Politics and Their Capacity to
Affect Change: Emma Samman, Oxford University
Discussant(s) : Edward Epstein, University of Utah
683 // CIT005 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 114
Ciudades translocales: espacio, flujo y desigualdad
Organizer : Marcial Godoy-Anativia, Social Science Research Council
Chair(s) : Silvia Alvarez-Curbelo, Universidad de Puerto Rico
La flexibilidad del espacio y el devenir neoliberal: Espacio, memoria y vida
cotidiana en la periferia santiaguina: Marcial Godoy-Anativia, Social
Science Research Council
San Juan de Puerto Rico y la ciudad de los bordes: el asedio de Wal-Mart:
Silvia Alvarez-Curbelo, Universidad de Puerto Rico
Globalización y nuevas cartografias de la segregación urbana en la gran
Lima: Javier Avila, Instituto de Estudios Peruanos, PERU
Fronteras, neoliberalismo y protesta en Buenos Aires: Alejandro Grimson,
Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
El habitar la periferia de la ciudad de México: entre la atopía y la utopía:
Alicia Lindón, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
Discussant(s) : Rossana Reguillo, ITESO/Guadalajara, MEXICO
684 // CIT011 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 205
Urban Management and Citizenship
Organizer : Ana Fernandes, Federal University of Bahia, BRAZIL
Chair(s) : Ana Fernandes, Federal University of Bahia, BRAZIL
Citizenship Rights for the Urban Poor through Rio de Janeiro's Urbanization
Programs: Manoela Borges, Univ of Colorado/Boulder
Regeneracão cultural em cidades do terceiro mundo: Lilian Vaz, BRAZIL
A gestão dos serviços de saneamento no Brasil: o debate público-privado e as
perspectivas de universalização dos serviços nas áreas urbanas: Ana Lucia
Britto, Univ Federal de Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL
City Doctors: Initial Diagnosis and Municipal Placebos in Lima, Peru 19001919: Thomas Crupi, University of Miami
Estatuto da Cidade: Ana Fernandes, Federal University of Bahia, BRAZIL
685 // CUL007 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 115
Identidades culturales y nación en América Latina
Organizer : María del Pilar Melgarejo, University of Pittsburgh
Chair(s) : María del Pilar Melgarejo, University of Pittsburgh
Nuevos territorios urbanos: Lucía Herrera, Univ of Pittsburgh
Sons of the Soil: The Colombianization of the islands of San Andrés and
Providencia: Sharika Crawford, University of Pittsburgh
Tres vicios neo-coloniales: Carlos Pereda, Univ Nacional Autónoma de
México, MEXICO
Ricardo Piglia's "Plata quemada" and National (Un)Building for the New
Millenium: Sarah Moody, University of California
Territorio y subjetividad en "Cuatro años a bordo de mí mismo" de Eduardo
Zalamea Borda: Ruben Antonio Sánchez, Universidad Javeriana,
COLOMBIA
686 // CUL013 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Top of the Riviera North
Location, Location, Location; or, Can the First World Intellectual Speak?
Organizer : Chloe Rutter-Jensen, Instituto Pensar, COLOMBIA
Chair(s) : Chloe Rutter-Jensen, Instituto Pensar, COLOMBIA
Cultural Studies: Sexy or Sexist?: Chloe Rutter-Jensen, Instituto Pensar,
COLOMBIA
Thatcher in Drag? Authoritarian Populism and Cultural Studies in Colombia:
Nick Morgan, Universidad de los Andes, COLOMBIA
(Un) common Ground? Turf Wars in the New Millenium: Jeffrey Browitt,
Monash University, AUSTRALIA
Fear and Violence in Colombia: A Savage Journey into the Heart of
Subjectivity: Maite Villoria Nolla, Univ of Plymouth, UNITED KINGDOM
Meet Me at the Corner of Foucault and Marx: Cultural Studies and Critical
Practice in Colombia: Gregory Lobo, Universidad de los Andes,
COLOMBIA
687 // CUL038 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 4
Mapas culturales y matrices críticas de la cultura latinoamericana
Organizer : Jorge Marturano, Case Western Reserve University
Chair(s) : Neil Larsen, Univ of California/Davis
From Social Critique to Aestheticism: Tropicalismo’s Many Readings: Isis
Sadek, Duke University
Caribbean Culture and the “De(g)lusional” Criticism: On Music, Food, and
Poetry: Jorge Marturano, Case Western Reserve University
Pluricultural Production and the Ends of Indigenismo in Mexico: Analisa
Taylor, Univ of Oregon
Cine cubano: historia, historiografía y postmodernidad: Juan García Borrero,
ICAIC - Cuba, CUBA
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Discussant(s) : Gabriela Nouzeilles, Princeton University
688 // DEM029 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Grande Ballroom G
Creating Security Academic Communities: The Challenges for Security
in North America, Central America, and the Carribean
Sponsor : Woodrow Wilson Center
Organizer : Joseph Tulchin, Woodrow Wilson Center
Chair(s) : Joseph Tulchin, Woodrow Wilson Center
A natureza do regime militar brasileiro: entre o autoritarismo e a ditadura:
Angelo Del Vecchio, Univ Paulista Julio de Mesquita, BRAZIL
Property Rights, Democratization and Military Establishments in South
America: Daniel Zirker, University of Waikato, NEW ZEALAND
Security in the Carribean Basin at the Beginning of the 21st Century: Lilian
Bobea, FLACSO, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
The Peace Processes and the New Security Agenda in Central America:
Ricardo Cordova, Fundación Ungo, EL SALVADOR
The Security Challenges in North America: Raul Benitez-Manaut, UNAM,
MEXICO
Discussant(s) : Isabel Jaramillo Edwards, Centro de Estudios Sobre America,
CUBA
689 // EDU001 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 116
Challenges in the Teaching and Revitalization of the Mayan Languages
Organizer : Miguel Güémez-Pineda, Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán,
MEXICO
Chair(s) : Allan Burns, University of Florida
Pan Mayanism and Bilingual Education in Yucatan: Allan Burns, University
of Florida
Población Maya, educación e integracionismo en Yucatán, México: Miguel
Güémez-Pineda, Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán, MEXICO
Variación grafémica y ortográfica, ¿Obstáculo o camino viable?: El caso del
Maya Yucateco: Michal Brody, University of Texas
Cambio y conservación del Maya Yucateco en la Península de Yucatán:
Fidencio Briceño-Chel, Centro INAH/Yucatán, MEXICO
Práctica política y cambio social dentro del espacio transcultural de Oxlajuj
Aj: Walter Little, SUNY/Albany
Ka Kanik Mayat’aan while Teaching Ingles: Transcultural Dynamics of
Experimental Ethnography: Quetzil Castañeda, OSEA, MEXICO, Joy
Logan, University of Hawaii
Discussant(s) : Sharon Mújica, UNC/Chapel Hill
715 // FEA015 Other Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavillion 1
Memorial Tribute to Victor Urquidi
Sponsors: LASA, El Colegio de Mexico, David Rockefeller Center for Latin
American Studies, Harvard University
Organizer : Soledad Loaeza; John Coatsworth, Harvard University
Chair(s) : John Coatsworth, Harvard University
Presenters: Andres Lira, Soledad Loaeza, John Coatsworth
690 // GEN007 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Grande Ballroom E
Translating Gender and Sexualities: Global and Local Practices in the
Americas
Organizer : Verónica Feliu, Univ of California/Santa Cruz
Chair(s) : Claudia Costa, UFSC, BRAZIL
Lessons Learned from Tranvestites: Education with More Room for Individual
Differences -“El - Ella”-- su historia: Language and the Social
Construction of Gender: Louisa Greathouse-Amador, MEXICO
Feminist Movements in the Américas: Global-Local Relations: Pascha Bueno
Hansen, Univ of California/Santa Cruz
"Me llamo Rigoberta Menchú": Resisting and Recuperating a Feminist,
Gender Analysis: Victoria Banales, Univ of California/Santa Cruz
Chile, feminismo y cambios sociales. Conceptos transgresores en tránsito:
Verónica Feliu, Univ of California/Santa Cruz
Victims Unsettle the Past: Gender, Representation and Testimonial Memory in
Post-Dictatorship Chile: Macarena Gomez-Barris, Univ of California/Santa
Cruz
Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui y sus "desafíos": identitades étnicas y de género en
la Boliva poscolonial de los 90: Silvia Bermudez, Univ of California/Santa
Barbara
Discussant(s) : Silvia Tandeciarz, The College of William and Mary
691 // GEN008 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Grande Ballroom H
Mirada, cine y género: proyectos identitarios y desestabilizaciones
Organizer : Ana Forcinito, Trinity University
Chair(s) : Ana Forcinito, Trinity University
Mirada, género y corporalidad: Lucrecia Martel y el nuevo cine argentino:
Ana Forcinito, Trinity University
Mulher macho, sim senhor: Eva Bueno, St. Mary's University
La presencia femenina en "Suite Habana": Rito Aroche, UNEAC, CUBA
María Luisa frente al espejo: la (auto) reflexión en María Luisa Bemberg:
Guillermina Walas, Eastern Washington Univ
Homosexualidad, lesbianismo, bisexualidad o desdibujando los límites de las
identidades sexuales en "Doña Herlinda y su hijo": Bladimir Ruiz, Trinity
University
Discussant(s) : Claudia Ferman, University of Richmond
692 // HIS004 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 209
Integrados y marginados en la construcción del estado mexicano
posrevolucionario: los juegos de poder local y sus nexos con la política
nacional, 1920-1950
Organizer : Nicolás Cárdenas García, Univ Autónoma Metro/Xochimilco,
MEXICO
Chair(s) : María Dolores París Pombo, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana,
MEXICO
Labyrinths of La Soledad: Popular Responses to the Callista Religious
Schism, Mexico State 1925-1935: Matthew Butler, Queen's
University/Belfast, UNITED KINGDOM
Alianzas políticas y violencia étnica en Chiapas: los embates del indigenismo
popular: 1925-1940: María Dolores París Pombo, Univ Autónoma
Metropolitana, MEXICO
Hegemonía y resistencia: el papel de los intemediarios católicos en
Michoacán (1920-1940): Enrique Guerra Manzo, Univ Autónoma
Metropolitana, MEXICO
Rancheros y campesinos en la política regional: la Huasteca hidalguense
durante la posrevolución: Patricia San Pedro López, Univ Autónoma
Metro, MEXICO
Los sindicatos de las y los trabajadores domésticos en el periodo
posrevolucionario en México: Mary Goldsmith, Univ Autónoma
Metropolitana, MEXICO
Los intermediarios y la construcción de la cultura política en Sonora en las
décadas de los años 20 y 30 del Siglo XX: Nicolás Cárdenas García, Univ
Autónoma Metro/Xochimilco, MEXICO
Discussant(s) : Will Pansters, Utrecht University, THE NETHERLANDS
693 // HIS029 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 2
Rethinking the Pueblo: Mexican Villages from Independence to the
Revolution
Organizer : Emilio Kourí, University of Chicago
Chair(s) : Emilio Kourí, University of Chicago
The Pueblos, the Porfiriato, and the Revolution: A Critical Reflection: Emilio
Kourí, University of Chicago
Indios, tradición y ciudadanía durante el Primer Federalismo. El caso del
valle de México: Claudia Guarisco, El Colegio Mexiquense, MEXICO
Village Politics and the Construction of Race in Early National Oaxaca and
Yucatán: Karen Caplan, Rutgers University
Inventing Community in the Age of the Reforma: Indigenous Identity,
Citizenship and Liberal Politics in Central Veracruz: 1856-1890: Michael
Ducey, Univ of Colorado/Denver
Citizenship and the Sons of the Sierra: State Formation and Local Politics in
Nineteenth Century Oaxaca: Jennie Purnell, Boston College
Discussant(s) : Friedrich Katz, University of Chicago
694 // HIS033 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 202
La modernidad porfiriana: construcciones, visiones y experiencias
modernizadores en el México de los siglos XIX y XX
Organizer : Jose Ronzon, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
Chair(s) : Jose Ronzon, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
Cultura del uso cotidiano del agua en Guadalajara 1900-1940: Lourdes Sofia
Mendoza Bohne, Univ de Guadalajara, MEXICO
La modernidad como mercancia. Anuncios de los grandes almacenes en la
Ciudad de Mexico, 1905-1909: Denise Hellion, Univ Autónoma
Metropolitana, MEXICO
Los imaginarios en torno a la modernidad en el discurso visual y literario
porfiriano: Alvaro Vazquez, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
Los libros de texto en el porfiriato: Arturo Migues, Univ Autó
Metropolitana/Azcapozalc, MEXICO
El discurso del agua potable en la Ciudad de San Luis Potosi: Hortensia
Camacho, Colegio de San Luis, MEXICO
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El Zapatismo Visto Desde la Modernidad (1911-1919): Maria Herrerias, Univ
Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO
Discussant(s) : Ariel Rodríguez Kuri, El Colegio de México, MEXICO
695 // INT019 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 106
Brazil's Foreign Policy
Organizer : Paulo Esteves, Pont Univ Católica de Minas Gerais, BRAZIL
La democracia sudamericana en la agenda de la política exterior brasileña
del gobierno de Luiz Ignacio Lula da Silva: Rafael Villa, Universidade de
São Paulo, BRAZIL
Controle da Atividade de inteligência no Brasil: legimitidade e eficiência
enquanto desafio institucional: Priscila Antunes, Univ Estadual de
Campinas, BRAZIL
Brazil's International Economic Relations: Mahrukh Doctor, University of
Reading, UNITED KINGDOM
Global Governance and Multilateralism: A View from Brazilian Foreign
Policy: Paulo Esteves, Pont Univ Católica de Minas Gerais, BRAZIL
As Forças Armadas brasileiras e o Plano Colômbia: Joao Martins-Filho, Univ
Federal de São Carlos, BRAZIL
696 // LAB009 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 105
The New Transnational Economic Order: Transnational Firms and their
Social Implications for Work and Activism at the Local and
International Levels
Organizer : Joel Stillerman, Grand Valley State University
Chair(s) : Sonia Larangeira, Univ Fed do Rio Grande do Sul, BRAZIL
Brazilian Peasant Movement Adjusts to Transnational Land Grab: Cliff
Welch, Grand Valley State University
Ending Central American Quotas: How Global Firms and Local Unions
Respond: Henry Frundt, Ramapo College
Los efectos del TLCAN en los mercados laborales: un estudio comparativo de
los trabajadores de la electrónica de cómputo en Jalisco y los del Valle del
Silico Californiano: Raquel Partida Rocha, Universidad de Guadalajara,
MEXICO
Discussant(s) : John French, Duke University
697 // LCO002 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 204
Cuba y la reconciliación nacional: literatura, cultura, historia
Organizer : Belen Rodriguez-Mourelo, Penn State University/Berks
Chair(s) : Belen Rodriguez-Mourelo, Penn State University/Berks
La idea de la reconciliación nacional en la narrativa de Zoe Valdes: Belen
Rodriguez-Mourelo, Penn State University/Berks
Monkey Hunting: diásporas y diferencias en la narrativa de Cristina Garcia:
Eliana Rivero, University of Arizona
La última narrativa autobiográfica cubano-americana: estrategias para
armar y desarmar lo cubano: Iraida Lopez, Ramapo College of New Jersey
Distancia no quiere decir olvido: viajes a la semilla: Uva de Aragon, Florida
International University
Zoe Valdes and the Cuban Boom Literature of the Special Period: Linda
Howe, Wake Forest University
Discussant(s) : Rafael Rojas, CIDE, MEXICO
698 // LCO003 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 211
Lo Real y su huella: representación, subalternidad y trauma en el cine y
la literatura de América Latina
Organizer : Luis Duno-Gottberg, Florida Atlantic University
Chair(s) : Luis Duno-Gottberg, Florida Atlantic University
Witnessing History and Trauma in Latin America: Henry Morello, Penn State
University
La traza de lo real en el cine y el testimonio de la delincuencia: Víctor
Gaviria, Clemente de la Cerda y José Antonio Brizuela: Luis DunoGottberg, Florida Atlantic University
“Hacémelo”: Confrontaciones de la ética y la violencia en "Luna Caliente"
de Mempo Giardinelli: Fernando Feliu-Moggi, Univ of Colorado/Colorado
Springs
La visualización de lo obliterado en el cine latinoamericano: Alejandro
Bruzual, University of Pittsburgh
Las lagunas de la memoria: experiencias y escrituras del trauma: Gina
Saraceni, Universidad Simón Bolívar, VENEZUELA
Las voces condenadas al silencio en la historia cultural argentina: Alejandro
Solomianski, Univ Of California/Los Angeles
Discussant(s) : John Beverley, University of Pittsburgh
699 // LCO009 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 206
Relecturas Martianas: modernismo, modernidad y colonialismo en la
obra de Jose Martí
Organizer : Jesus Díaz-Caballero, University of Oregon
Chair(s) : Jesus Díaz-Caballero, University of Oregon
Vigencia del modernismo martiano: Luis Rafael Hernández Quiñones,
Universidad de La Habana, CUBA
Libro y república en el pensamiento de José Martí: Jesus Díaz-Caballero,
University of Oregon
México tiene su vida: tenga su teatro. Constructing National Identity in José
Martí's Drama: José Gomáriz, Florida State University
Cosmopolitanismo, ciudad y el lugar del artista moderno en "Lucía Jerez":
Rodolfo Guzman, Earlham College
José Martí entre la colonialidad y el poscolonialismo: Thomas Ward, Loyola
College
Discussant(s) : Ivan Schulman, Florida International University
700 // LCO021 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 3
Discursos de nación en México: Siglo XX
Organizer : Ignacio Sánchez-Prado, University of Pittsburgh
Chair(s) : Ignacio Sánchez-Prado, University of Pittsburgh
Nation, Violence, Garro: Joshua Lund, University of Pittsburgh
Inventando el pasado: El caso del Museo Nacional de Antropología: Jean
Franco, Columbia University
Trozos de casas: la reconstrucción en los proyectos nacionales del Siglo XX:
José Ruisánchez-Serra, University of Maryland
La nación decimonónica en manos de un poeta del siglo XX: Adela PinedaFranco, Boston University
De la ciudad al norte: la visión del espacio fronterizo en Monsiváis: Norma
Klahn, Univ of California/Santa Cruz
701 // LCO022 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 5
Literatura argentina contemporánea: líneas alternativas para revisar su
conformación
Organizer : María Uzín, Univ of Maryland/College Park
Chair(s) : Sandra Cypess, University of Maryland
El silencio y la furia: jóvenes narradores argentinos en el fin de siglo: Laura
Ruiz, University of Florida
Traidoras y traidores: conflictos de género y ética, de Liliana Heker a Manuel
Puig, a Roberto Arlt: María Uzín, Univ of Maryland/College Park
Teatro independiente, teatro abierto, teatroxlaidentidad: espacios
alternativos, miradas diferentes: Patricia Sicouly, Univ of
Maryland/College Park
Exilio y transnacionalidad en la literatura argentina (sobre Gombrowicz y los
fundamentos de una línea bastarda: Copi/O.Lamborguini/Perlongher):
Pablo Gasparini, Universidade de São Paulo, BRAZIL
Renovadores herméticos del legado experimental de Macedonio Fernández:
Saer, Libertella, Cohen, Laiseca: Jorge Bracamonte, Univ of
Maryland/College Park
Discussant(s) : Andrés Avellaneda, University of Florida
702 // LCO032 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Monaco Tower 16
Inter-American Translations
Organizer : Michael Engle, University of Virginia
Chair(s) : Michael Engle, University of Virginia
Reflections on Carlitos: Chaplin and the Latin American Avant-Garde: Jason
Borge, Vanderbilt University
The American Language: Translation and Our Americas: Michael Engle,
University of Virginia
La poesía, el teatro, y los guiones de Alejandro Jodorowsky o como
intelectualizar el chamanismo: Henri Blanc-Hoang, University of Florida
La óptica olvidada: el paisaje urbano entre fotografía y texto en "guía negra
de Santiago": Mary Beth Tierney-Tello, Wheaton College
Intelectuales ante la globalización: el cruce de las nuevas fronteras: Isabel
Sans, Arizona State University
703 // LCO057 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 6
Rock! Denuncia, alienación, decodificación y público: la música de rock
en Argentina
Organizer : Gustavo Verdesio, Univ of Michigan/Ann Arbor
Chair(s) : Silvia Kurlat Ares, Johns Hopkins University
History is Our Story: Owning and Disowning Atrocity in Fito Paez "Born in
63". (Excerpt from "Reprocessing the Proceso"): Timothy Wilson,
University of Illinois
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La pálida ciudad: estética urbana y juvenilismo en la poética de Charly
García: Silvia Kurlat Ares, Johns Hopkins University
Se te nota: hacia un sociológico del deseo en la lírica de Sandro de América:
Gustavo Verdesio, Univ of Michigan/Ann Arbor, Pablo Ortiz, University of
California/ Davis
Bersuit: la ética fiestera de los indios Barriales: María Laura de Arriba,
Universidad Nacional de Salta, ARGENTINA
Discussant(s) : Gustavo Remedi, Trinity College
704 // MTG046 Other Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 207
Presentación revista Argentina de sociologia: problemáticas de las
revistas científicas en América Latina
Organizer : Alicia Itati Palermo, Univ Nacional de Lujan, ARGENTINA
705 // POL004 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 104
Social Cleavages and Political Parties in Latin America
Organizer : Donna Lee Van Cott, Tulane University
Chair(s) : Donna Lee Van Cott, Tulane University
The Emergence and Performance of Indigenous Peoples' Parties in South
America: A Sub-National Statistical Analysis: Donna Lee Van Cott, Tulane
University, Roberta Rice, University of New Mexico
Predictors of Electoral Behavior in Guatemala and El Salvador: Dinorah
Azpuru, GUATEMALA
Party Systems, Governability and the Quality of Representation in Latin
America: Michael Coppedge, Notre Dame
Social Cleavages and Political Parties in Bolivia: Rachel Gisselquist, MIT
Social Cleavages and Support for Leftist Parties in Latin America: Raul
Madrid, Univ of Texas/Austin
The Transformation of the Chilean Party System and Party-Society Linkages:
Kenneth Roberts, University of New Mexico
Recursos simbólicos y la identidad priista en la campaña presidencial de
Carlos Salinas de Gortari (México, 1987-1988): Larissa Adler Lomnitz,
IIMAS-UNAM, MEXICO, Rodrigo Salazar Elena, IIMAS-UNAM,
MEXICO
Discussant(s) : Brian Crisp, University of Arizona
706 // POL010 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 203
Identities, Representation, and Political Power: Comparative Perspectives
on Gender and Ethnicity in Latin American Democracies
Organizer : Mala Htun, New School for Social Research
Chair(s) : Mala Htun, New School for Social Research
Gender Quotas South of the Rio Grande : Explaining Policy Innovation and
Diffusion: Adriana Crocker, Northern Illinois University
Women and Welfare: the Politics of Coping with New Social Risks in Chile
and Uruguay: Jennifer Pribble, Univ of North Carolina/Chapel Hill
"We Don't Want 30% of this Neoliberal Hell!": Ethnic Conflict and the
Politics of Gender Quotas in Bolivia: Lisa Baldez, Dartmouth College
Poder sin cuotas: mujer y acceso a la toma de decisiones en Cuba: Mayda
Alvarez, Centro de Estudios de la Mujer, CUBA
Gender Quotas in Open-List Electoral Systems: Why They Work in Peru but
not in Brazil: Gregory Schmidt, Northern Illinois University, Clara Araújo,
State Univ of Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL
Why "Indian" Trumps "Peasant": Deploying Indigenous Identity in the
Struggle for Citizenship: Courtney Jung, New School University
Discussant(s) : Ilja Luciak, Virginia Tech, Mala Htun, New School for Social
Research
707 // POL022 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 8
Social Security Reform in Latin America
Organizer : Stephen Kay, Federal Reserve Bank/Atlanta
Social Security at the Crossroads: Toward Effective Pension Reform in Latin
America: Stephen Kay, Federal Reserve Bank/Atlanta, Milko Matijascic,
University of Campinas, BRAZIL
Building a Transition Coalition: Contested Visions of the Economic Cost and
Legal Feasibility of the Nuevo Ley de Seguro Social in Mexico: Tara
Schwegler, University of Chicago
Pension Reform and Market Failures? Evidence from Latin America: Pablo
Saavedra, Georgia State University
Institutional Change and the Policy Process: Pension Politics in Latin
America: Shannon O'Neil Trowbridge, Harvard University
The Gender Effects of Pension Reforms in Latin America: Michelle Dion,
Georgia Institute of Technology
Non-Contributory Pensions in Latin America: Katharina Mueller, German
Development Institute, GERMANY
Discussant(s) : Moises Arce, Louisiana State University
708 // POL029 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 111
Analytical Approaches to Legislative Politics in Latin America
Organizer : Sebastian Saiegh, University of Pittsburgh
Chair(s) : Mark Hallerberg, University of Pittsburgh
Conference Committees in Chile and Colombia: Eduardo Aleman, Univ of
California/Los Angeles, Monica Pachon, Univ of California/San Diego
What Might Have Been: Cooperative and Noncooperative Predictions of
Legislative Bargaining During the Chilean Transition: Joseph Gochal,
New York University
Win Some, Lose Some: Explaining the Variation in Latin American Chief
Executive’s Legislative Success Rates: Sebastian Saiegh, University of
Pittsburgh
Why Governments Enter into the UN Convention Against Torture: The Role of
Legislatures in Dictatorships: James Vreeland, Yale University
Discussant(s) : Mark Hallerberg, University of Pittsburgh
709 // ROR003 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 208
Protestantismo en las Américas: Procesos Actuales
Organizer : René Cárdenas Medina, Universidad de La Habana, CUBA
Chair(s) : René Cárdenas Medina, Universidad de La Habana, CUBA
Cuba: el Protestantismo ante los cambios: René Cárdenas Medina,
Universidad de La Habana, CUBA
La diáspora religiosa. El crecimiento evangélico en Chiapas: Carolina Rivera
Farfán, CIESAS/Sureste, MEXICO
Protestantism and Native Relgion in Mexico - A Biological Viewpoint: James
Dow, Oakland University
Discussant(s) : Carlos Garma Navarro, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana,
MEXICO
710 // SEC059 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 7
Citizenship and the State in Ecuador
Sponsor : Ecuadorian Studies Section
Organizer : Emma Cervone, Southern Illinois University
Chair(s) : Emma Cervone, Southern Illinois University
Neoliberal Politics and Ethnic Recognition in Ecuador: Emma Cervone,
Southern Illinois University
Indígenas y afrodescendientes en el Ecuador: las trampas de la
multiculturalidad: Jose Almeida Vinueza, University of New Mexico
Developing Identity: Hegemony and Agency in Coastal Ecuador: Daniel
Bauer, Southern Illinois Univ/Carbondale
Muchas voces, demasiados silencios: Raquel Rodas Morales, CEPLAES,
ECUADOR
Identidades, ciudadanía y derechos culturales en los pueblos
afroecuatorianos: Adolfo Alban, Universidad Andina Simon Bolivar,
ECUADOR
Neoliberalizing Identity: State Multicuralism Through Development with
Identity in Ecuador: Liz Lilliot, ECUADOR
Discussant(s) : Amalia Pallares, Univ of Illinois/Chicago, O. Hugo Benavides
Verdesoto, Fordham University
711 // SMO005 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 113
From the "Virtual" to the "Real" World: Civil Society's Online Efforts to
Strengthen Democracy in Latin America
Organizer : Elisabeth Friedman, Barnard College, Columbia Univ
Chair(s) : Eliza Tanner Hawkins, Brigham Young University
La guerra ideológica en el ciberespacio: La conformación de redes sociales
en Internet como estrategia de propaganda en el conflicto Zapatista en
Chiapas: Salvador Leetoy, University of Alberta
Internet and the Consolidation of Democracy in Latin America: Eliza Tanner
Hawkins, Brigham Young University
(Re)structuring the Internet from Below: Social Movements and the Internet in
Brazil and Peru: Joe Straubhaar, University of Texas/Austin, Marta
Fuentes-Bautista, University of Texas/Austin
Foros políticos en línea y competencias políticas para el ejercicio ciudadano:
Florencio Ceballos Schaulsohn, Universidad UNIACC, CHILE
Ollas, piquetes e internet: la acción colectiva de mujeres piqueteras en la red:
Adriana Cristina Causa, Inst de Invest Gino Germani/UBA, ARGENTINA
Discussant(s) : Elisabeth Friedman, Barnard College, Columbia Univ
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SATURDAY / 5:15 pm - 7:00 pm
712 // SMO013 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 107
Public Policy and Social Movements in Latin America
Organizer : Mark Jones, Michigan State University
Nukanchik Causai: Political Vision and the Indigenous Social Movements of
Ecuador: Thomas Roberts, Univ of Massachusetts/Amherst
Participatory Democracy: Achievements, Limitations and Obstacles: Dozthor
Zurlent, Bolivarian Circles International, Dawn Gable, Univ of
California/Santa Cruz
713 // SMO014 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 108
Protest in Latin America
Organizer : Victor Armony, University of Quebec, CANADA
Chair(s) : Victor Armony, University of Quebec, CANADA
The Condensation of the Popular Opposition Imaginary in an Empty Signifier:
The “diretas ja” Movement: Daniel de Mendonca, Fed Univ of Rio Grande
do Sul, BRAZIL
Social Protest and Repertoires of Discourse: Victor Armony, University of
Quebec, CANADA
Clientelism and Factionalism: Politics in the PRD: Tina Hilgers, York
University, CANADA
714 // TEC001 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 101
Recovering Memory: Digital Archives on Human Rights and Political
Movements in Southern Cone
Organizer : Deborah Jakubs, Duke University
Chair(s) : Deborah Jakubs, Duke University
El archivo de la clandestinidad bajo el regimen de Pinochet: significados y
desafíos para la construcción de memorias: Carolina Torrejón,
FLACSO/Chile, CHILE
Documentos que hablan claro: archivos de derechos humanos en Argentina.
El uso de Sopartes diversos para reconstruir los hechos y seguir buscando
justicia: Patricia Valdez, Memoria Abierta, ARGENTINA
Arzobispado de Santiago. Fundación, documentación y archivo de la vicaría
de la solidaridad: María de la Paz Vergara Low, La Vicaria de la
Solidaridad, CHILE
Discussant(s) : Alexander Wilde, Ford Foundation
SATURDAY / 7:15 pm
716 // REC029 Reception (sponsored) Saturday 7:5 Royale Pavillion 1
Memorial Tribute to Victor Urquido Reception
Sponsor : LASA, El Colegio de Mexico, Rockefeller Center for Latin
American Studies, Harvard University
Organizer : John Coatsworth, Harvard University
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Sessions by Program Track
Agrarian and Rural Life
639 // ART005 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 202
Vision and Visuality in Colonial Spanish America
638 // AGR001 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 205
Pathways from Socialism: Agriculture in Post-1990 Nicaragua and Cuba
182 // AGR002 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 205
Fair Trade in the Americas--Benefits and Contradictions
138 // ART006 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 114
Arts, Sciences, Power, and Transdisciplinary Ways of Knowing
92 // ART007 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 114
Science-Fictions: Representing Gender and Modernity in Brazil, 1889-1945
510 // AGR003 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 13
Transformaciones en las agriculturas y nuevas ruralidades de América latina
409 // AGR004 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 202
Repensando política agrícola
277 // ART008 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 116
Identidad musical y nacionalismo cultural en Colombia (y sitios afines)
319 // ART009 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 115
Art and Religion in Pre-Columbian and Colonial Mexico
363 // AGR005 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 103
Policy, Identity, and Participation in Rural and Indigenous Brazil and Bolivia:
Constraints and Opportunities
456 // ART010 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 114
20th Century Art in Brazil and Argentina
45 // AGR006 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 111
Conflicto Agrario, Cambio Político y Zapatismo en Chiapas, 1994-2004
Cities and Citizenship
318 // AGR007 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 202
The Brazilian Countryside II: Land Reform, the MST, and Rural Poverty
275 // AGR008 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 202
The Brazilian Countryside I: Social Mobilization and Citizenship
365 // CIT002 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 113
Law, Illegality and Citizenship in Rio de Janeiro’s Favelas
680 // AGR009 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 109
Perspectivas orgánicas para Nuestra América
139 // CIT003 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 208
21st Century Reconfigurations: New Political Spaces of Hope and Fear
91 // AGR010 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 201
Rural Property Rights in an Era of Globalization
136 // AGR011 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 203
El sector agropecuario cubano y su inserción en la economía internacional
455 // AGR012 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 202
In Search for Costa Rican Coffee: Organic, Fair Trade, Specialty, and
Conventional
683 // CIT005 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 114
Ciudades translocales: espacio, flujo y desigualdad
595 // CIT006 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Monaco Tower 13
To Include or Exclude Mexican Citizens? An Exploration of Institutions and
Social Conflict in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
2 // CIT007 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 204
Political Identities Under Neoliberal Hegemony
511 // AGR013 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 204
Agricultura intensiva e impactos en los patrones de trabajo, residencia y
migración en la frontera México-Estados Unidos
411 // CIT008 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 107
Modern Mexican Architecture: Revolution by Design?
137 // AGR014 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 107
Actores rurales, organización y participación
640 // CIT009 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 212
Insurgent and Emergent Citizenships in Bogotá
1 // AGR015 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 104
Tensiones entre tradición y modernidad: los proyectos de desarrollo rural
276 // AGR016 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 203
Mercado, políticas agrícolas y pequeños productores en un contexto de
globalización económica
512 // CIT010 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 212
Producción cultural, violencia y nación en América Latina
684 // CIT011 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 205
Urban Management and Citizenship
364 // AGR017 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 203
Políticas públicas y estrategias de sobrevivencia campesinas en América Latina
552 // CIT012 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 212
Urban Protest and Citizenship Mobilization
46 // CIT013 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 208
Architecture, Urbanism, and Citizenship
Art, Art History, and Architecture
551 // ART001 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 203
En busca de lo moderno. Itinerarios e intercambios de las artes en latinoamerica.
681 // ART002 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 112
Conflicto de poderes. Eficacia del discurso visual y sus efectos políticos en
Latinoamérica
410 // ART003 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 115
Placing the Nation in an International Frame: Mexican Painting, Patronage, and
the Antinomy of Cosmopolitan Nationalism (1920-1945)
594 // ART004 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 202
Reconsidering the Mexican Avant-Garde
682 // CIT001 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 212
Urban Popular Organizing in the Shadow of Neoliberalism: Neighborhood-Level
Initiatives in Santiago, Chile
278 // CIT014 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 111
Urban Landscapes, Redevelopment, and Inequality
183 // CIT015 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 207
Law, Inequality, and Urban Policy
184 // CIT016 Workshop Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Top of the Riviera North
Cities and Citizenship: Debating a Research Agenda
Cinema, Theater, and Music
140 // CTM001 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 101
Recent Central American Theater
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Sessions by Program Track
3 // CTM002 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 101
De la literatura a la pantalla grande: Aciertos y desaciertos
597 // CUL009 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 105
Hernán Vidal: una aproximación teórica a la crítica de la cultura desde los
derechos humanos
47 // CTM003 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 101
Art/Justice: Critical Visuality or Global Subsumption
4 // CUL010 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Grande Ballroom G
Representing Latin(o) America: Cultural Studies and Critical Pedagogy
320 // CTM004 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 101
Projecting the Past: The (Re)Making of Latin American Legends
5 // CUL011 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 112
Rethinking Cosmopolitanism I
457 // CTM005 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 101
Mi Frida Su Frida: North-South 'Takes' on "Frida"
49 // CUL012 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 112
Rethinking Cosmopolitanism II
185 // CTM006 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Monaco Tower 15
De nuevo, Nuevo Cine
686 // CUL013 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Top of the Riviera North
Location, Location, Location; or, Can the First World Intellectual Speak?
412 // CTM007 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 101
Globalización y metropolis en el cine hispanoamericano alrededor del Milenio.
414 // CUL014 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 116
Ethics, Political Economy, and Society in the Thought of Enrique Dussel
93 // CTM008 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 101
Of Global Markets and Local Tastes: Contemporary Mexican Cinema
458 // CUL015 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 7
The Outcasts of Global Citizenship: Central American Cultural Production and
Globalization After a Decade of Peace
413 // CTM009 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 114
The Politics of Affect in Contemporary Cultural Production
516 // CUL016 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 110
Lenguajes políticos y políticas del lenguaje: la formación de tecnologías
identitarias en Puerto Rico y la República Dominicana
641 // CTM010 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 101
Luces, cámara y acción: el cine post-revolucionario cubano
598 // CUL017 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 109
Globalización y memoria
366 // CTM011 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 101
Race and Ethnicity in Latin American Theater and Performance
367 // CUL018 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 7
Biopolítica vs. tecnologías del cuerpo: perspectivas de un debate global.
513 // CTM012 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 101
National Projects and Projecting Nation in Latin American Theatre
186 // CUL019 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 113
Urban Desires: Demarcating Metropolitan Spaces in Latin/o America
553 // CTM013 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 101
Teatralidades políticas latinoamericanas: de niños, calles y carnavales
596 // CTM014 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 101
Latin American Cinematic Practices
644 // CUL020 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 105
Porno, Prose and Propaganda: Constructions of Difference in Modern Brazilian
Culture
514 // CTM015 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 2
Latin American Music
645 // CUL021 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 104
Argentina en transición: ¿grand récit o micronarrativas?
Cultural Studies
141 // CUL022 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 112
Mexico and Globalized American Studies
642 // CUL001 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 109
From the Micro to the Macro: Varieties of Popular Culture in Latin America From Postage Stamps to "Candomblé" to Anarchist Theatre
515 // CUL002 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 15
La nación: ¿Una ficción necesaria?
643 // CUL004 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 107
Cuando el estado no pudo más: alternativas políticas, económicas y sociales ante
la crisis argentina
94 // CUL005 Workshop Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 206
El Arte del desvío: Cultura y Período Especial en Cuba
685 // CUL007 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 115
Identidades culturales y nación en América Latina
95 // CUL008 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 112
Nación violenta
280 // CUL024 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 1
Crossing Lines: Interstitial Spaces in Caribbean Experiences and Expressions
281 // CUL025 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 101
Independent Cinema and Popular Culture. Argentina in the 90's
279 // CUL003 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 110
The Left, Humanism, and the Politics of Institution Building
48 // CUL006 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Monaco Tower 17
Psychoanalysis and Politics in Latin America
187 // CUL023 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 112
Mexico and Inter-Americas Studies
368 // CUL026 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 107
Interdisciplinary Approaches to Representations of Sexuality in Latin American
Identit(ies).
599 // CUL027 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 104
Revolutionary Rhetoric and Cultural Change in Cuba, ca. 1960
554 // CUL028 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 104
Postcolonialism and its Discontents: Approaches to the Making of Identities from
Literature, Folklore, and Psychoanalysis
6 // CUL029 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 108
Playing the Myth: Historicity in Chicano/a and Latina/o Texts
555 // CUL030 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Monaco Tower 17
Juegos de azar: entre nos otros
96 // CUL031 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 113
Spectacular Bodies: The “Latin Woman” in the Popular Imagination
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Sessions by Program Track
321 // CUL032 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Grande Ballroom E
Fuentes en resistencia y saberes múltiples: contribuciones a la descolonización
del conocimiento experto / Resisting Sources and Multiple Knowledges:
Contributions to the “Decolonialization” of Expert Knowing
142 // DEM011 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 113
Civil Society and Democratic Innovation in Latin America: The Politics of Social
Accountability and Control
369 // CUL033 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Monaco Tower 16
New Critical Interventions: Culture, Violence, and Politics
50 // CUL034 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Monaco Tower 15
Rethinking Spain's and Latin American Transatlantic Cultural Relations
459 // DEM012 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 110
Estado de Derecho, sociedad civil y los límites de la innovación democrática en
América Latina
556 // CUL035 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 106
Rumors, Secrets and Lies: Politics of Identification
370 // CUL036 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 110
Growing Old in Latin America: Interdisciplinary Views of (F)Acts, Effects, and
Responses to Aging
51 // CUL037 Workshop Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 104
Pedagogy and Culture in Latin(o) American Studies
687 // CUL038 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 4
Mapas culturales y matrices críticas de la cultura latinoamericana
7 // CUL039 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 110
La modernidad y sus raíces
282 // CUL040 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 109
Sobre cultura popular
322 // CUL041 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 116
Cultura visual hispanoamericana
600 // CUL042 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 107
Fronteras e hibridez
646 // CUL043 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 112
Literatura y estudios culturales
415 // DEM010 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 103
Cambios y Continuidades en la Relaciones entre la Sociedad Civil y el Estado en
la era neoliberal: nuevas formas de interpretación
648 // DEM013 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 15
On Different Stances from Which to Boost and Constrain the Spiral of
Democratic Change: The Case of Mexico
373 // DEM014 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 108
International Forces and Democracy in Post-Cold War Latin America.
9 // DEM015 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 16
Inclusive Democracy-Building in Multicultural States: Cases from Panama
52 // DEM016 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 105
The Chilean Right and the 2005 Presidential Election
98 // DEM017 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Monaco Tower 14
The Danger of Democratic Breakdown
649 // DEM018 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 17
La actuación política de la fuerza armada venezolana en las postrimerías del siglo
XX
53 // DEM019 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 113
Argentina Tres Años Después del Derrumbe.
285 // DEM020 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 103
Electoral Investment and Voting Behavior in Latin America
517 // CUL044 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 201
Re-visiones de Argentina
286 // DEM021 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Top of the Riviera South
Governing Latin America: Comparative Approaches to Understanding
Democratic Performance
371 // CUL045 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 116
Prácticas de los Estudios Culturales
416 // DEM022 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 110
Public Opinion and Political Institutions in Latin America
Democratization
189 // DEM023 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 101
Economic Reforms, Democratization, and Political Linkages
188 // DEM001 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 110
Authoritarian Legacies and Democracy
557 // DEM002 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 7
Estado, sociedad y política en Venezuela. Mirando al futuro
283 // DEM003 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 113
Resistencia popular y cambio político en América Latina
647 // DEM004 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 16
Cultura Política y Consolidación Democrática
372 // DEM005 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 109
Democratization and the Media, the Mexican Case
8 // DEM006 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 105
Guatemala después los acuerdos y las elecciones
323 // DEM007 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 105
International Influences Shaping Democracy in the Americas
284 // DEM008 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 105
Civic Influences Shaping Democracy in Latin America
97 // DEM009 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 103
Political Finance in the Americas
99 // DEM024 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 105
Democracies at Risk: Security Issues in the Political Economy of Latin America
10 // DEM025 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 1
Los deficits de la cultura política democrática en América Latina
100 // DEM026 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 108
Elecciones subnacionales, electores y partidos en Mexico
143 // DEM027 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 7
Rethinking Democratic Legitimacy in Latin America
650 // DEM028 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 116
Implications of Defense Restructuring for Democratic Regimes in Latin America
688 // DEM029 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Grande Ballroom G
Creating Security Academic Communities: The Challenges for Security in North
America, Central America, and the Carribean
287 // DEM030 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Top of the Riviera North
Venezuela’s Bolivarian Revolution
101 // DEM031 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 111
Democratic Transition and Consolidation in Chile
11 // DEM032 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 202
Political Change and Political Survival in Cuba
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Sessions by Program Track
519 // ECO020 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 210
Alternative Development Cases in Latin America
102 // DEM033 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 4
Elections and the Democratic Process
653 // ECO021 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 14
Labor Markets and Training in Latin America
651 // DEM034 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 7
Changing Parties and Party Systems
654 // ECO022 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 8
Perspectives on Mexican Development
288 // DEM035 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 114
The Millitary in Politics: Old and New Roles
54 // ECO023 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 201
Perspectives on the Financial Sector in Latin America
12 // DEM036 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 15
Political Institutions: Facilitators of or Obstacles to Change
145 // ECO024 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 207
Poverty in Latin America: Realities and Policies
Economic Issues and Development
191 // ECO025 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Grande Ballroom H
Challenges Confronting Mexico's Industry
190 // ECO001 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 203
The Changing International Political Economy of Latin America
55 // ECO026 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 207
Foreign Trade and Aid in Latin America
289 // ECO002 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 205
Competitive Advantage in the Cuban Tourism Industry
324 // ECO027 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 204
Development Strategies in Latin America: A Critical Assessment
103 // ECO003 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Monaco Tower 13
Employment in the Service Sector and in Tourism in Latin America
418 // ECO028 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 212
Development Agency in Latin America: The State, NGOs, and Communities
374 // ECO004 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 202
Cuba: desafíos del desarrollo y sus problemas actuales.
558 // ECO005 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 201
Reestructuración productiva en los distritos industriales de México: Evidencia
empírica y modelos analíticos
460 // ECO006 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 3
Drug Policy and Economic Development in the Andes
520 // ECO029 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 5
Institutions, Intellectual Property Rights, and Development
Education and Educational Policies
689 // EDU001 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 116
Challenges in the Teaching and Revitalization of the Mayan Languages
375 // ECO007 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 201
Rethinking Development in Latin America and the Caribbean: A Survey of
Recent Contributions on Upgrading
146 // EDU002 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 202
Educación de adultos, Pedagogía y cambio social
290 // EDU003 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 212
La educación secundaria de jóvenes y adultos en América Latina: escenarios
complejos y fragmentados
144 // ECO008 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 17
Reflections on Thirty Years of Dependency Theory
376 // ECO009 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Monaco Tower 15
Public Assets, Private Capital: Comparative Experiences with Privatization in
Key Sectors
417 // ECO010 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 201
Inequalities in Latin America
325 // EDU005 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 201
Identity and Transformation of Self and Society: Int'l Education and Exchange in
Latin America and the Caribbean II
419 // EDU006 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 3
Educación superior y trabajo
13 // ECO012 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 201
Geographical Perspectives on Change in Mexico
15 // EDU007 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 203
Sociedad y educación en México: pasado y presente
559 // ECO013 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Grande Ballroom E
Social Costs of Industrial Growth in Northern Mexico and Responses
147 // EDU008 Workshop Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Grande Ballroom G
New Directions on International Education Exchange Programs
104 // ECO014 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 202
Latin America in World-Historical Perspective: Comparisons of Democracy and
Development of Mexico/Turkey, Ireland/Puerto Rico and Malaysia/Brazil
192 // EDU009 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Monaco Tower 17
Estrés y burnout en el sistema educativo del noreste de México
601 // EDU010 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 201
Colaboración entre instituciones acádemicas de Cuba y Estados Unidos: Segundo
intercambio de experiencias en torno al Sarah Lawrence College en la
Universidad de La Habana
14 // ECO015 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 17
Through the Looking Glass: Latin America and Globalization
518 // ECO016 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 103
Integration and Neoliberalism in the Americas
602 // EDU011 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 106
Políticas educativas: implementación y evaluación
461 // ECO017 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 204
Economic Issues in Latin America
655 // EDU012 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 201
La educación superior en América Latina: organización
462 // ECO018 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 201
Economic Challenges and Policy Reforms in Latin America
652 // ECO019 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Top of the Riviera North
Neoliberal Reforms in Argentina: An Assessment
603 // EDU013 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 103
Education in Latin America
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Sessions by Program Track
Environmental Issues and the Natural Sciences
150 // FEA013 Workshop Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 103
Las feministas en el Foro Social Mundial
463 // ENV001 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 104
Cuban Ecological and Environmental Policies and Practices
379 // FEA014 Workshop Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 2
Sexual and Reproductive Rights, Religion, and the State in Latin America
420 // ENV002 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 113
A Flood of Controversy: Water in Latin America
715 // FEA015 Other Saturday 5:15 – 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 1
Memorial Tribute to Victor Urquidi
656 // ENV003 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 210
Advancing Sustainable Management of Water Resources on the U.S.-Mexico
Border
Gender and Feminist Studies
380 // GEN001 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 8
Género, política y ciencia política en el Cono Sur.
560 // ENV004 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 208
Transgenics, Science, and Environmental Futures
151 // GEN003 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 4
Familias Mexicanas: problemas y dilemas
56 // ENV005 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 203
Local and Non-Local Actors and Responses to Conservation
57 // GEN004 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 7
Género, Violencia y Salud Reproductiva
521 // ENV006 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 207
Megaprojects, Development, and Environmental Protection
422 // GEN005 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Top of the Riviera South
Brazilian Feminist Studies in the Americas: Crosscurrents/Crosstalks
148 // ENV007 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 205
Water Policy, Environmental Policy
107 // GEN006 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Monaco Tower 15
Women Entrepreneurs in Latin America: (Underrated) Partners in Development
326 // ENV008 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 110
Strategizing Land Use, Value, and Protection
690 // GEN007 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Grande Ballroom E
Translating Gender and Sexualities: Global and Local Practices in the Americas
105 // ENV009 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 204
Conceptualizing Environmental Change
691 // GEN008 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Grande Ballroom H
Mirada, cine y género: proyectos identitarios y desestabilizaciones
Featured Sessions
423 // GEN009 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Grande Ballroom F
Sex and Love in Nicaragua
464 // FEA001 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 103
Health and Human Rights
657 // FEA002 Workshop Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 4
Workshop on Labor and Globalization: The State of the Field and a New
Research Agenda
106 // FEA003 Workshop Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Top of the Riviera North
Interdisciplinary Approaches to Human Rights Scholarship in Latin America
149 // FEA004 Workshop Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 6
Roundtable Panel Discussion with the Principal Editors of the Leading Latin
American Studies Journals
377 // FEA005 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Grande Ballroom H
The Quality of Democracy in Contemporary Latin America
291 // GEN010 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Grande Ballroom F
Conformities and Transgressions: Crossing Boundaries of Race and Gender in
Pre-Abolition Brazil
424 // GEN011 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Grande Ballroom H
Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Globalization and Gender (Dis)Order
465 // GEN012 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Grande Ballroom H
Globalization and Gender (Dis)Order II
16 // GEN013 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 211
Making a Killing: Gender and Violence in Modern Mexico
194 // GEN014 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 4
Indigenous Women and the Politics of Gender
604 // FEA006 Workshop Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 4
Workshop on Envisioning a Future for Cultural Criticism
327 // FEA007 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 103
From Structuralism to the New Institutional Economics: Three Decades of Latin
American Economic History
193 // FEA008 Workshop Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 202
Roundtable on the "Handbook of Latin American Studies"
561 // FEA009 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 103
UNDP's Report on Democracy in Latin America: Toward a Citizen's Democracy
605 // GEN015 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Monaco Tower 16
Cuerpos sin gobierno: representación, performance y cultura desde
Hispanoamérica
108 // GEN016 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Monaco Tower 16
Brazilian Women and Modes of Resistance to Colonialism, Dictatorship,
Globalization
152 // GEN017 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 104
Sexuality and Empire
17 // GEN018 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 4
Sexualidad, ciudad y violencia en Latinoamérica
328 // FEA010 Other Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Grande Ballroom H
Kalman Silvert Presentation and Lecture
329 // GEN019 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 3
"I Have Seen My Life as a Bridge": Honoring Margaret Randall's Work
378 // FEA011 Other Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 206
Kalman Silvert Luncheon
421 // FEA012 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Grande Ballroom E
The Pursuit of Justice for Human Rights Crimes in Chile, A Special Presentation
by Judge Juan Guzman Tapia
466 // GEN020 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 8
No somos solo madres: Alternative Mobilizing Identities for Women
LASA2004 - 89
Sessions by Program Track
381 // GEN021 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Grande Ballroom F
Sex and the City: Gendering Urban Space in Latin American Literature and
Culture
153 // GEN022 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 105
Gendered State Policy: Re-configuring Mexican Women
20 // HIS005 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 106
Latin American International Histories During the Cold War
658 // HIS006 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 111
Imaginando los rostros, describiendo las prácticas: descubriendo identidades en
los Andes coloniales
562 // GEN023 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Top of the Riviera South
Criadas, Chinas, Workers: Domestic Service in the Americas in Interdisciplinary
Perspective
292 // GEN024 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 6
Elisions and Recuperations: The Representational Politics of Latinas in the U.S.
Media
58 // GEN025 Workshop Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 206
Mujeres Mirando al Sur: Antología de Poetas Sudamericanas en USA
523 // HIS007 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 111
Una nación en armas: Nuevos enfoques en torno a la Guerra del Pacífico, 18791883 (Panel I)
563 // HIS008 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 111
Una nación en armas: nuevos enfoques en torno a la Guerra del Pacífico, 18791883 (Panel II)
21 // HIS009 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Top of the Riviera North
Reading Technology, Re-reading History
330 // GEN026 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 8
Constructing the Ties that Bind: Uses of Motherhood and the Family by the
State.
564 // HIS010 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 107
Espacios de sociabilidad en Puerto Rico
154 // GEN027 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 106
La Lucha Sigue: New Trends in Women's Activism in Latin America
524 // HIS011 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 17
The Aymara, The Quechua, and the Liberals, 1899 and Beyond
195 // GEN028 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 7
Women's Movement, Feminism Suffrage and Citycenship in Central America
and Mexico
332 // HIS012 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 106
Elite patriotism 1850-1920, a contradiction?
196 // GEN029 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 106
Female Headed Households in Historical and Contemporary Perspective
293 // GEN030 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 17
Bumpy Roads (Baches en los Caminos) toward Democratization and Gender
Equality in Mexico and Chile
18 // GEN031 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 6
Power and Politics: Women in Spanish America, 19th and 20th Centuries
197 // GEN032 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 105
Gender and Family in Mexico: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives
198 // HIS013 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 111
Venezuela, Petroleo, Cultura y Poder
22 // HIS014 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 111
Latin American Modernities: Brazil, Peru and Mexico
382 // HIS015 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 104
The Chino Latino Diaspora: Chinese in the Borderlands between Cuba, Mexico,
Peru and the US
199 // HIS016 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 108
State and Society in Cuba: Historical Foundations for Future Developments
659 // HIS017 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 110
Empresas y empresarios en Mexico, siglos XIX y XX
606 // GEN033 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 7
Women, Feminism and Culture in Cuba
296 // HIS018 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 112
World War II in the Americas, Domestic and International Concerns in Latin
America
425 // GEN034 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 8
Gender Conflicts in Latin American Politics
59 // GEN035 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Grande Ballroom H
Women, Art, and Literature in Contemporary Latin America
333 // HIS019 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 112
World War II in Latin America, Domestic and International Concerns in
Northern Latin America
19 // GEN036 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 116
Women's Quotas and Other Electoral Battles
607 // HIS020 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 112
Governors of the Mexican Revolution
331 // GEN037 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 108
Women in the Armed Forces
109 // HIS021 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 107
Historia de la prensa y el periodismo en América Latina. Pasado y presente
History and Historical Processes
383 // HIS022 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 105
The Modern in Mexico
294 // HIS001 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 104
Violence, Violation, Vilification in Atlantic Exchanges
295 // HIS002 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 106
¿Venceremos or Venderemos?: Culture, Empire, and Popular Resistance in the
Americas since 1970
522 // HIS003 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 109
The Everyday Negotiation of Colonial Society
200 // HIS023 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 8
Truth, Justice and Accountability: Declassified Documents as Legal and
Historical Evidence in Latin America
426 // HIS024 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 105
Facing the State: State (De)Formation in Mexico and Peru, 1930-1950
297 // HIS025 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 107
El presente del pasado. Debates historiográficos sobre el Caribe.
692 // HIS004 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 209
Integrados y marginados en la construcción del estado mexicano
posrevolucionario: los juegos de poder local y sus nexos con la política
nacional, 1920-1950
565 // HIS026 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Monaco Tower 16
The Republic in its Labyrinth: State, Nation, and War in 19th-Century Latin
America
LASA2004 - 90
Sessions by Program Track
155 // HIS027 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 110
The Mexican Borderlands, 1800-1850: How Las Vegas Got Its Name
International Relations
427 // HIS028 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 106
Orality, Writing and Memory: New Perspectives
525 // INT001 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Top of the Riviera South
Implications of U.S. Current Policy Toward Cuba and U.S. Cuban Relations in
the Context of Increasingly Strong Bipartisan Support for Enacting Changes
in the Status Quo
693 // HIS029 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 2
Rethinking the Pueblo: Mexican Villages from Independence to the Revolution
608 // HIS030 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 111
Race and Identity in the Caribbean and Latin America: The Diaspora, Collective
Mobilization, and Government Policy
662 // INT002 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Grande Ballroom E
El consenso político y de la sociedad civil en la formulación de políticas de
defensa y seguridad en América Latina
157 // INT005 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 108
Oil, Politics and Society
201 // HIS031 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 107
African Diaspora Identities in Colonial Mexico and the Andes
62 // INT006 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 110
State Terror in Latin America I
298 // HIS032 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 108
Networks, Entrepreneurs, and Development in Mexico and Argentina
110 // INT007 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 110
State Terror in Latin America II
694 // HIS033 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 202
La modernidad porfiriana: construcciones, visiones y experiencias
modernizadores en el México de los siglos XIX y XX
428 // INT008 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 204
North America’s Second Decade
660 // HIS034 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Grande Ballroom F
Elite Control and Group Identity in the Colombian Regeneration and the
Mexican Porfiriato, a Comparative Perspective
526 // INT009 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 205
Realidades y Escenarios de la Integración en Las Américas.
60 // HIS035 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Monaco Tower 13
Cultural History and the Transnational Turn: New Approaches
429 // INT010 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 203
Seguridad Humana en América Latina: desafíos y vulnerabilidades
23 // HIS036 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 107
Finding Society in Yucatan: Cross-disciplinary Approaches to Yucatecan
History
336 // INT011 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 205
Nuevas definiciones de seguridad y defensa en las Américas
566 // HIS037 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 109
New Approaches and Debates on Cold War in Latin America
385 // INT012 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 114
Los Desafíos de la Integración Económica en Las Américas II Aspectos
Subregionales y Extraregionales
384 // HIS038 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 106
To Build the Republic: Forging Political Vision in 19th- and 20th-Century
Venezuela
24 // INT013 Workshop Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 206
La reformulación del concepto de seguridad en el hemisferio y el impacto en la
región
661 // HIS039 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 5
Social and Political Change in Argentina, Chile and Cuba
337 // INT014 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 104
Los Desafíos de la Integración Económica en las Américas I Implicaciones
Continentales
334 // HIS040 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 107
Women, Family and Society in Cuba and Argentina
386 // INT015 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Grande Ballroom E
The Overthrow of Guatemala's Jacobo Arbenz Fifty Years Later: Its Meanings
and Consequences
61 // HIS041 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 108
Violence and Order in Mexico
111 // INT016 Workshop Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 203
Roundtable on Hemispheric Security: Practical Options
Health, Science, and Society
663 // INT017 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 203
Ten Years After: North America Integration and Development Since the NAFTA
202 // HSS001 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 201
Sexuality, Equality and Reproductive Health: The Case of Mexico II
567 // HSS002 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 202
Public Bodies: Biopolitics and the State in Contemporary Latin America
467 // HSS003 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 212
Hacer vivir, higiene y desalojo: configuraciones de la biopolítica en Puerto Rico
695 // INT019 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 106
Brazil's Foreign Policy
112 // INT020 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 109
Refining Hypotheses About Conflict and Peace in Latin America
156 // HSS004 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 201
Sexuality, Equality and Reproductive Health: The Case of Mexico I
568 // HSS005 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 205
Public Health and Politics of Disease Prevention in Latin America, 19th and 20th
Centuries.
609 // HSS006 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 203
Gender, Health, and Violence in Latin America
468 // INT018 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Grande Ballroom E
US Foreign Policy in the Post Cold War Era: Missed Opportunities and the Same
Old Song
569 // INT021 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 209
Emerging Inter-American Relationships
63 // INT022 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 107
Latin America's Relations with Asia and Europe
335 // HSS007 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 4
Health and Alternative Medicine in the Americas
LASA2004 - 91
Sessions by Program Track
Labor Studies and Class Relations
158 // LAT010 Workshop Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Top of the Riviera North
Latinas, Latinos and Shifting Meanings of Citizenship in the US
203 // LAB001 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 211
Making Sense of Contemporary Labor Rights Activism in Latin America:
Sectoral, Sub-regional, and Organizational Differences
64 // LAB002 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 211
Personalizing Politics: Affective and Effective Ties Forged Between Individual
Leaders and Latin American Workers
430 // LAB003 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 108
Hegemony and Class Relations in Latin America: Disputing the Post-Hegemony
Thesis
113 // LAB004 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 211
Citizen Participation and Associational Life: Popular Representation in Latin
America's Capital Cities
610 // LAB005 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 212
Women Maquiladora Workers in Mexico and Central America: Exploitation,
Education, and Empowerment
527 // LAB006 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 203
The Revolution of Rights: Labor Laws, Workers, Political Parties, and the State
in Twentieth-Century South America
387 // LAB007 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Top of the Riviera South
New Agenda, Old Social Space
612 // LAT011 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 113
The Future of a Literature: The Way Forward for Latino/a Writers
159 // LAT012 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 3
Policy, Migration, and Latino Prospects
65 // LAT013 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 115
Latino Health, Gender, Healing, and Action Research
26 // LAT014 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Grande Ballroom F
Symbolic Politics and Racialized Latino Identities
Law, Jurisprudence, and Society
160 // LAW001 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 111
Diagnóstico de los sistemas de justicia en América Latina
66 // LAW002 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Top of the Riviera North
The Judicialization of Politics in Latin America
67 // LAW003 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 202
Models for Public Participation in Environmental Decision Making in Latin
America
664 // LAB008 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 204
Organized Labor, Unorganized Labor and Lived Experiences
389 // LAW004 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 3
Judicial Reform and Alternative Justice in Latin America: Evaluation of Recent
Experiences
696 // LAB009 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 105
The New Transnational Economic Order: Transnational Firms and their Social
Implications for Work and Activism at the Local and International Levels
470 // LAW005 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 113
Changing Faces of Law and Justice in Brazil
432 // LAW006 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 210
Police, Violence, Emergency Powers and Democracy in Latin America
611 // LAB010 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Grande Ballroom H
Labor and Class Relations in Latin America
572 // LAW007 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 204
Issues in Transnational Crime, Law, and Justice: Chile, Cuba, and Mexico
Latinas/os in the United States
Literature: Colonial and Nineteenth Century
431 // LAT001 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 207
Latino Immigrants in the US Since 9/11
388 // LAT002 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 112
Place, Performance and Belonging: Latino/a Youth and (Re)Constructions of
Identity
27 // LCN001 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Grande Ballroom H
Las cabezas de Salomé: representaciones orientalistas en el modernismo
hispanoamericano
390 // LCN002 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 205
Revisitando el XIX: nuevos acercamientos críticos
570 // LAT003 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 113
Latin American Immigrants and (In)Justice in the Contemporary USA:
Perspectives from Law and Social Science
299 // LCN003 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 15
Proyecciones y relaciones de la memoria méxica en la colonia: El caso de don
Hernando de Alvarado Tezozomoc
25 // LAT004 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 205
Action Research with Latino Communities: Community-University
Collaboratives
530 // LCN004 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 1
The Turns and Twists of the Turn of the Nineteenth Century
469 // LAT005 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 107
Transnational Communities and the Role of the State
571 // LAT006 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Monaco Tower 15
Mexican History through Chicano/a Eyes: Metaphors of Identity, Displacement
and Nomadic Subjects in Recent Chicano/a Fiction
528 // LAT007 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 113
Transnational Lives among Latin American Immigrants
204 // LAT008 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 104
Latino Intersections: An Online Crossroads of Culture, Politics, and Education
529 // LAT009 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 211
De líderes sindicales a J-Lo: construcciones, representaciones e ideologías de la
Latina en los Estados Unidos desde el siglo XIX al XXI.
68 // LCN005 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Monaco Tower 16
Colonial Discourse and the Reinvention of Identity, History and Religion in
Early American Texts
69 // LCN006 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 4
Retóricas coloniales: pasado y presente
433 // LCN007 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 7
Construcción de discursos nacionales en Latinoamérica en el siglo XIX
114 // LCN008 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 106
Race, Nature and Law in 18th- and 19th- Century Empires
115 // LCN009 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 207
Approaches to Teaching Colonial Spanish American Literatures
LASA2004 - 92
Sessions by Program Track
71 // LCO017 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Monaco Tower 14
Jewish Latin America: Memory and Representation Panel II
573 // LCN010 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 207
Discursos de nación en México: Siglo XIX
72 // LCO018 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Grande Ballroom E
Babel: Lenguajes, Estéticas, Comunidades
665 // LCN011 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 207
Tránsitos retóricos entre Europa y las Américas
668 // LCO019 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 115
Tramas Espaciales: Viajes, Guerras, Limites, Exposiciones
338 // LCN012 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 111
La recodificación de discursos legales en la colonia
614 // LCO020 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Top of the Riviera South
Representaciones de Centroamérica en la literatura contemporánea
471 // LCN013 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 115
Reading the Nation and Nationalizing the Reader
700 // LCO021 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 3
Discursos de nación en México: Siglo XX
666 // LCN014 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 2
New Approaches to Sarmiento and Argentine Liberalism
116 // LCN015 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 7
La Retórica del Cuerpo: Literary Inscriptions of the Body
701 // LCO022 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 5
Literatura argentina contemporánea: líneas alternativas para revisar su
conformación
Literature: Contemporary
532 // LCO023 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 14
Longing for a Questionable Past
576 // LCO024 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 112
Ecocritical Perspectives on Latin American Literature
70 // LCO001 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 8
Cuban Women Writers Now
615 // LCO025 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Grande Ballroom E
Silenciar lo innombrable
697 // LCO002 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 204
Cuba y la reconciliación nacional: literatura, cultura, historia
698 // LCO003 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 211
Lo Real y su huella: representación, subalternidad y trauma en el cine y la
literatura de América Latina
574 // LCO004 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 4
Búsquedas y Propuestas: Escritoras latinoamericanas
161 // LCO005 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Grande Ballroom H
Representación del cuerpo en la narrativa latinoamericana contempóranea
531 // LCO006 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Grande Ballroom E
Suspended Narratives: Writing Subjectivity, Reinscribing Silenced Histories in
Latin American Literature
339 // LCO008 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Monaco Tower 16
Nuevas Lecturas/Miradas de la Crónica Latinoamericana
699 // LCO009 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 206
Relecturas Martianas: modernismo, modernidad y colonialismo en la obra de
Jose Martí
434 // LCO010 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 205
Cartografias narrativas/historias espaciales I: recorridos argentinos
669 // LCO027 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 3
Voces heterogéneas en Nicaragua: los problemas de representación de una
"literatura nacional"
73 // LCO028 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 3
Políticas culturales y editoriales en Latinoamérica: el caso de los premios
literarios
533 // LCO029 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 208
Política y estética queer: la vida escandalosa de César Moro
577 // LCO030 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 116
Habitar el cuerpo poético (I)
473 // LCO031 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Monaco Tower 15
Escritura e imagen de la nación en el Perú republicano
702 // LCO032 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Monaco Tower 16
Inter-American Translations
472 // LCO011 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 205
Cartografias narrativas/historias espaciales II: fronteras internas/ fronteras
externas
667 // LCO012 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Top of the Riviera South
Imaginarios cubanos durante el Período Especial
340 // LCO033 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Monaco Tower 14
Cuerpos en circulación: mercancías, género, sexualidad y raza en Perú y México
117 // LCO034 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 2
¿Como se traduce el tango?
162 // LCO035 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 8
Steel and Glass: Women Write the City in Latin America
300 // LCO013 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 5
Gilberto Freyre Today
613 // LCO014 Workshop Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Grande Ballroom G
The Need for Translation: Current Questions and Considerations. Workshop Two
of Two Workshops
575 // LCO015 Workshop Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 206
The Need for Translation: Current Questions and Concerns. Workshop One of
Two Workshops
28 // LCO016 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 14
Jewish Latin America: Memory and Representation Panel I
616 // LCO026 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Top of the Riviera North
México "desde fuera": imaginación y producción cultural del "mexicano" desde
los Estados Unidos / Mexico "from Outside": "Mexican" Cultural Production
and Imagination from the United States
29 // LCO036 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 3
After Theory's Fall: A Contracorriente and Sociohistorical Approaches to Latin
American Literature
534 // LCO037 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 8
Vida desnuda: del imperio a la post-dictadura
474 // LCO038 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Monaco Tower 17
Deseo, violencia y extravíos: de la infancia a la adolescencia
118 // LCO039 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 8
Representation and Self-Representation in Narrative and Visual Discursive
Practices
LASA2004 - 93
Sessions by Program Track
435 // LCO040 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 17
Juegos sobre el cuerpo: redefiniciones escriturares en la literatura contemporánea
536 // LCO064 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 115
La narrativa peruana 1950-2004
475 // LCO041 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Monaco Tower 16
Narradoras mexicanas: medio siglo de reescritura
437 // LCO065 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 4
La cronica literaria: Carpentier, Poniatowska, Monsivais, Lemebel
301 // LCO042 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 13
Sobre prosa y poesía en la literatura paraguaya actual
535 // LCO043 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 3
El reposicionamiento del autor: rastros literarios y nuevas tendencias en la
literatura latinoamericana
476 // LCO044 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 203
Heterotropias en la producción cultural Venezolana s. XIX-XX
478 // LCO070 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Monaco Tower 14
Argentina: Arlt hasta Rodolfo Walsh
302 // LCO047 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 14
Pensar el oficio: ensayo y poesía en Borges, Gelman, Gorostiza y Paz
35 // LCO071 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 8
Literature and Cultural Production in Argentina
392 // LCO048 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Monaco Tower 17
Poesía y políticas en el Caribe Hispano
Lesbian and Gay Studies
436 // LCO049 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 13
Entre velas y velos: espiritualidad y movimientos mesiánicos en la
(de)construcción del discurso nacional en el Caribe
479 // LGS001 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 4
Rethinking and Rewriting the History of Homosexualities in Latin America
477 // LCO050 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Grande Ballroom F
New Trends: Emerging Sensibilities in Writings by Latin American Women
617 // LCO051 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 205
Insubordinaciones: Poesía latinoamericana, 1960-2000
205 // LCO053 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 3
Escrituras de reconstrucción y denuncia desde el exilio
578 // LGS004 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 211
Sexual Border Crossings, Identities, and Practices
Mass Media
304 // LCO054 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 4
The Future is Now. The Emergence of Science Fiction in Spanish and Portuguese
in the US
393 // LCO055 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Monaco Tower 14
Tatuajes escriturales
163 // MAS001 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 109
Opening the Public Sphere I: Access to Information and Freedom of Expression
in Latin America
206 // MAS002 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 109
Opening the Public Sphere II: Trends in Latin America’s Post-Authoritarian
Media
30 // LCO056 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 13
Displacement, Deterritorialization, and the Uses of Language
703 // LCO057 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 6
Rock! Denuncia, alienación, decodificación y público: la música de rock en
Argentina
305 // LCO061 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Grande Ballroom H
Los fantasmas del pasado
670 // LGS002 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 209
Queer Eye for the Latin American Straight Guy
74 // LGS003 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 114
Writing and Performing Illicit Sexualities
303 // LCO052 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 7
Travestismos culturales/travestismos coloniales/travestismos identitarios
32 // LCO060 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 7
Cuba contemporanea: narrativa y poesía
537 // LCO067 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 209
Colombia posmacondiana
120 // LCO069 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 3
Cuestiones de Borges
119 // LCO046 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 5
Realismo, política, mercado: ¿cómo escribir la crisis?
618 // LCO059 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 115
Desafíos urbanos
34 // LCO066 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 210
Temas Afro-Latinos en el Gran Caribe
341 // LCO068 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Monaco Tower 13
Novela negra/ficcion detectivesca
391 // LCO045 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Monaco Tower 13
The Post-Utopian Mexican Novel: 2000 and Beyond
31 // LCO058 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 5
Instituciones y revistas: construir el siglo XX
33 // LCO063 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Top of the Riviera South
La novela histórica y la historiografía
480 // MAS003 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 112
Brazilian Media
395 // MAS004 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 207
Media & Politics
538 // MAS005 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Grande Ballroom F
Media & Ideology in Cuba
306 // MTG000 Breakfast Meeting Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 201
IAC Meeting
307 // MTG000 LASA Committee Meeting Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale
Skybox 204
Informational Meeting for 2006 Program Track Chairs
394 // LCO062 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 4
El regionalismo literario
LASA2004 - 94
Sessions by Program Track
247 // MTG022 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Royale Skybox
211
Scholarly Research and Resources Section Business Meeting
Meetings
226 // MTG001 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri 113
Brazil Section Business Meeting
227 // MTG002 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri 106
Business and Politics Section Business Meeting
228 // MTG003 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Royale Pavilion
8
Central American Section Business Meeting
229 // MTG004 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri 103
Colombia Section Business Meeting
230 // MTG005 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri 112
Culture, Power and Politics Section Business Meeting
248 // MTG023 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri 115
Social Studies of Medicine Section Business Meeting
249 // MTG024 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Royale Skybox
209
Southern Cone Section Business Meeting
250 // MTG025 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri 104
Venezuelan Studies Section Business Meeting
251 // MTG026 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Royale Pavilion
4
Ecuadorian Studies Section Business Meeting
231 // MTG006 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri 111
Decentralization Section Business Meeting
252 // MTG027 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Royale Pavilion
3
Peru Section Business Meeting
232 // MTG007 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Royale Skybox
205
Defense and Democracy Section Business Meeting
253 // MTG028 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Royale Pavilion
5
Cuba Section Business Meeting
233 // MTG008 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Royale Skybox
207
Educación y políticas educativas Section Business Meeting
258 // MTG029 non-LASA Board/Committee Meeting Thursday 8:30 pm
Capri 101
Guatemala Scholars Network Business Meeting
234 // MTG009 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri 108
Europe and Latin America Section Business Meeting
619 // MTG030 Other Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 116
Habitar el cuerpo poético (II)
235 // MTG010 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri 107
Film Studies Section Business Meeting
342 // MTG031 Other Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 208
Presentación del libro "Las políticas y la evolución social y económica de Cuba
en 1998-2002"
236 // MTG011 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri 110
Gender and Feminist Studies Section Business Meeting
343 // MTG032 Other Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Top of the Riviera North
Pablo Armando Fernández: un poeta mayor de la lengua española
237 // MTG012 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Royale Skybox
208
Haiti and Dominican Republic Section Business Meeting
481 // MTG033 Other Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Top of the Riviera South
Medios de comunicación, cultura y política. El desafío de las identidades locales
238 // MTG013 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Grande
Ballroom F
Labor Studies Section Business Meeting
438 // MTG034 non-LASA Board/Committee Meeting Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm
Monaco Tower 16
Reunión de la Asociación de Paraguayistas
239 // MTG014 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Royale Skybox
210
LAMA Section Business Meeting
164 // MTG035 Other Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 13
Meeting of the Officers of the Cuba Section
240 // MTG015 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Royale Skybox
212
Latin America and Pacific Rim Section Business Meeting
482 // MTG036 non-LASA Board/Committee Meeting Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm
Top of the Riviera North
Open Meeting on Less Commonly Taught Languages of Latin America
396 // MTG037 Other Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Top of the Riviera North
La incorporación de la temática de la corrupción a programas de educación
ciudadana
241 // MTG016 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Grande
Ballroom H
Latino Studies Business Meeting
242 // MTG017 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri 116
Law and Society in Latin America Section Business Meeting
207 // MTG038 non-LASA Board/Committee Meeting Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm
Royale Pavilion 2
PCCLAS Regional Meeting
243 // MTG018 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Grande
Ballroom E
Lesbian and Gay Studies Section Business Meeting
344 // MTG039 non-LASA Board/Committee Meeting Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am
Top of the Riviera South
Business Meeting of the Consortium of Latin American Studies Programs
244 // MTG019 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri 109
Paraguayan Studies Section Business Meeting
439 // MTG040 Other Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 111
Special Ford Foundation Award for Argentine Research Journals
245 // MTG020 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri 114
Political Institutions Section Business Meeting
345 // MTG041 non-LASA Board/Committee Meeting Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am
Monaco Tower 17
Global-Local Links Network
246 // MTG021 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Capri 105
Rural Studies Section Business Meeting
LASA2004 - 95
Sessions by Program Track
346 // MTG042 non-LASA Board/Committee Meeting Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am
Royale Skybox 203
Meeting of the Sociedad de Bolivianistas
208 // MTI008 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Monaco Tower 13
Internal Colombian Migration: Escaping from Need or Fear?
308 // MTG043 Breakfast Meeting Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 206
Coloniality at Large. Latin-America and the Postcolonial Debate-Workshop
37 // MTI009 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 209
Desplazados y desplazamiento en y de Colombia
347 // MTG044 non-LASA Board/Committee Meeting Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am
Capri 109
Latin American Studies and K-12 Outreach
397 // MTI011 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Grande Ballroom G
Transnational Networks and Development
348 // MTG045 non-LASA Board/Committee Meeting Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am
Monaco Tower 15
Latino Studies Journal Board Meeting
704 // MTG046 Other Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 207
Presentación revista Argentina de sociologia: problemáticas de las revistas
científicas en América Latina
36 // MTG047 LASA Committee Meeting Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale
Skybox 212
Fundraising Committee Meeting I
310 // MTI012 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 16
Testimonios, género, e identidades transfronterizas
539 // MTI013 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 114
Transnational Contexts and Indigenous Migration: The Case of Mexico
209 // MTI014 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 210
Migrancy and Dislocation: Brazilians in the U.S.A.
484 // MTI015 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 211
States and Transnational Organizations
483 // MTG048 Other Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 206
Section Chairs Meeting
124 // MTI016 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 209
Casa, Colonia and Ciudad: The Materiality of Mexican Transnational Social
Relations
501 // MTG049 LASA Committee Meeting Friday 7:15 pm Capri 101
LASA Awards Ceremony and Business Meeting
485 // MTI017 Workshop Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 116
The Mexican Diaspora and U.S.-Mexico Relations
121 // MTG050 Other Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Grande Ballroom H
Student Luncheon
167 // MTI018 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 209
Imagining Mexican Citizenships: Local, National and Transnational
Perspectives
671 // MTG051 LASA Committee Meeting Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Grande
Ballroom H
LASA/Oxfam America Martin Diskin Memorial Lectureship
75 // MTG052 LASA Committee Meeting Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale
Skybox 212
Fundraising Committee Meeting II
309 // MTG053 non-LASA Board/Committee Meeting Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am
Royale Skybox 210
Editors Meeting Latin American Perspectives
210 // MTI019 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 209
Globalization and Postnational Identities: Reflections on Immigration and
Diaspora in Latin America
398 // MTI020 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 211
The Transnational, the Informal, and Dangerous Relationships
311 // MTI021 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 207
Demography, Migration and Reproductive Health
440 // MTG054 Luncheon Meeting Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 15
Cuban Studies, Editorial Board Meeting
76 // MTI022 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 209
From Clothing to Coyotes: XIX Century Accounts of Travel, Immigration, and
Nation-Building
122 // MTG055 Other Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 104
A Conversation with Alexandra Halkin, Founding Director and International
Coordinator of the Chiapas Media Project
672 // MTI023 Workshop Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 206
Transnational Exchanges: The Local Development Impact of Non-Financial
Transfers between Migrants and Hometowns
717 // MTG056 Meeting of LASA Section Thursday 7:15 pm Royale
Pavillion 6
Ethnicity and Indigenous Peoples
620 // MTI024 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 114
Migration, Education & Health Issues
621 // MTI025 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 207
Migration, Gender & Kinship
Migration and Transnational Issues
123 // MTI001 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 210
Strategy and Agency: New Perspectives on Latin Americans in South Florida
441 // MTI002 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 211
Transnational Migration, Nation and State in the Americas
349 // MTI003 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 211
Expanding the Nation State?: Public Policies of Latin American Governments
Toward Their Diasporic Citizens
579 // MTI026 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 115
Migración cubana
77 // MTI027 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 210
LA: Migration Epicenter
399 // MTI028 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 210
Off the Migration Radar Screen: Lesser Known Migrations
622 // MTI029 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Monaco Tower 14
Migration & States: Collaborations and Confrontations
165 // MTI005 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 210
Desplazamientos migratorios y subjetividades diaspóricas I: Política,
ciudadanías e identidad
Politics and Public Policy
166 // MTI007 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 14
Contemporary Colombian Transnational Migration
580 // POL001 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Monaco Tower 13
La representación política en el congreso mexicano
LASA2004 - 96
Sessions by Program Track
211 // POL002 Workshop Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Top of the Riviera South
The Future of Cuban Studies
442 // POL026 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 104
Rational Dependency: Explaining Development and Underdevelopment in Latin
America
125 // POL003 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 116
The Workers' Party (PT) Confronts Governing
40 // POL027 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 114
The New Latin American Left: Origins and Future Trajectory
705 // POL004 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 104
Social Cleavages and Political Parties in Latin America
708 // POL029 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 111
Analytical Approaches to Legislative Politics in Latin America
540 // POL005 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 108
Taiwan and Latin America
623 // POL030 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Monaco Tower 17
Reforming the Administration of Justice in Mexico
126 // POL006 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 115
Changes in the Repertoire of Social Protests in Contemporary Latin America
78 // POL031 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 116
Why Fox Failed: Implications for Mexico and US-Mexico Relations
486 // POL007 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 106
Clase, cultura, conocimiento y política en la Argentina contemporánea
624 // POL032 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 110
E pur se muove: Political Institutions and Policies in Democratic Brazil
168 // POL008 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 116
Chile: The Lagos Legacy and the Transition into the 21st Century
400 // POL033 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 111
Economic Development and Political Stability: Illusive Goals?
541 // POL009 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 105
Espacio público, procesos e instituciones políticas Argentina y Brasil
625 // POL034 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 108
Latin American Social Policy between Democratization and Globalization
706 // POL010 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 203
Identities, Representation, and Political Power: Comparative Perspectives on
Gender and Ethnicity in Latin American Democracies
350 // POL035 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 113
Bridging the International-Comparative Divide: Emergent Research on Latin
America
312 // POL012 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 115
Las ideas del Ché Guevara ¿una alternativa socio-política en el contexto
contemporáneo?
401 // POL036 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 212
El rol de las universidades en el desarollo de las iniciativas locales.
213 // POL037 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 116
Sexuality, Reproductive Health and Politics in Latin America
313 // POL013 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Grande Ballroom E
Descentralización y experiencias de gestión de desarollo local
443 // POL038 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 112
Assessing the Chavez Administration in Venezuela
487 // POL014 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 111
International Perspectives on the Lula Government
542 // POL015 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Monaco Tower 16
Diffusion, Dissemination and the Spread of Public Policies Across Brazil
169 // POL017 Workshop Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Top of the Riviera South
Repensar América Latina desde las ciencias sociales/Rethinking Latin America
from the Social Sciences.
673 // POL018 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 13
Políticas públicas neoliberales, organización campesina, fronteras interétnicas, y
migración urbana: efectos territoriales y respuestas sociales
581 // POL019 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 108
The PT Assumes Power: Evaluating the Lula Government after 18 Months
(2003-2--4)
39 // POL021 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 208
Politicas de Informação e Comunicações: Governo, Sociedade e Relações de
Poder
707 // POL022 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 8
Social Security Reform in Latin America
626 // POL041 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 8
State-Business Relations under ISI and Neoliberalism
42 // POL042 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 115
Economic Crises and Financial Sector Reforms
214 // POL043 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 103
State Reforms and Institutional Performance
545 // POL045 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 106
Second Generation Reforms: Health, Environment and Food Programs
170 // POL046 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 115
Civil Society, Marginalized Groups, and State-Society Relations
546 // POL047 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 104
Political Discourses, Ideologies, and Public Policies
543 // POL023 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Top of the Riviera North
The Comparative Politics of Latin America: A Critical Assessment
488 // POL025 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 105
The Politics of Policy-Making in Latin America
41 // POL040 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 113
Subnational Social Spending
582 // POL044 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 105
Electoral Systems: Consequences for Parties and Patronage
212 // POL020 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 115
Perspectives on the Colombian Conflict
544 // POL024 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 107
Water Management and Institutional Reform in Brazil
351 // POL039 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 212
Parties, Legislatures and Public Policy in the Andes
79 // POL049 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 109
Analytical Approaches to Legislative Politics, II
Race and Ethnicity
489 // RAE001 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 208
Andean Tours: Travel, Identity and the Andes
LASA2004 - 97
Sessions by Program Track
583 // RAE002 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Grande Ballroom H
New Findings on the Formation of Group Identities in Indigenous Areas
265 // REC006 Reception (sponsored) Thursday 8:30 pm Grande Ballroom F
Labor Studies Section Reception
444 // RAE003 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 208
Políticas lingüísticas en las Américas
266 // REC007 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 8:30 pm Royale Skybox 210
LAMA Section Reception
402 // RAE004 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 208
Modernidad y resistencia: construcciones de lo "mestizo" y lo "indígena" en
América Latina
171 // RAE005 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 15
Peruvians of Japanese Descent: Identity, Community and Politics in Peru and
Japan
584 // RAE006 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Top of the Riviera North
Afro-descendientes and the Politics of Land in Latin America
267 // REC008 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 8:30 pm Grande Ballroom H
Latino Studies Reception
268 // REC009 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 8:30 pm Royale Skybox 204
Law and Society in Latin America Section Reception
269 // REC010 Reception (sponsored) Thursday 8:30 pm Grande Ballroom E
Lesbian and Gay Studies Section Reception
270 // REC011 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 8:30 pm Royale Skybox 211
Scholarly Research & Resources Section Reception
43 // RAE007 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 207
Comparing Indigenismo
271 // REC012 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 8:30 pm Royale Pavilion 3
Ecuadorian Studies and Peru Sections Joint Reception
44 // RAE008 Panel Thursday 8:00 - 9:45 am Grande Ballroom E
Emerging Perspectives on Race, Gender and Anti-racism in Brazil
674 // RAE009 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 108
Structures of Alterity, Sites of Struggle: The Politics of Black and Indigenous
Identities in Latin America
547 // RAE010 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Capri 116
Citizenship Reimagined? Crisis and Opportunities in the Americas
503 // REC013 Reception (cash bar) Friday 7:15 pm Grande Ballroom G
American Friends Service Committee Reception
254 // REC014 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 7:15 pm Royale Pavilion 2
PCCLAS Reception
255 // REC015 Reception (sponsored) Thursday 7:15 pm Royale Skybox 206
Education for Peace: SIT Honors Cuban-US Academic Exchanges
490 // RAE011 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 109
The Odyssey of Identity, Gender, Race and Immigration in Latin America and
the Caribbean
352 // RAE012 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 209
The Politics of Race in Brazil
256 // REC016 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 7:15 pm Royale Pavilion 7
Friends & Alumni of Tulane's Stone Center for Latin American Studies
Reception
272 // REC017 Reception (sponsored) Thursday 8:30 pm Royale Pavilion 4
Reception for Faculty, Students, Alumni and Friends of the Center for Latin
American Studies, UC Berkeley
172 // RAE013 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 211
Race, Culture, Politics in the Andes
127 // RAE014 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 208
Race and Class in Meso-America
257 // REC018 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 7:15 pm Royale Pavilion 1
Reception for Friends and Alumni of the Teresa Lozano Long Institute for Latin
American Studies
314 // RAE015 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 211
Race in Cuba and Mexico
215 // REC019 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 114
Latin American Journal Editors' Reception
80 // RAE016 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 106
Políticas inter-étnicas y estados multinacionales: retos del siglo XXI
273 // REC020 Reception (sponsored) Thursday 8:30 pm Royale Pavilion 5
Foreign Affairs en Español Reception
259 // REC000 Reception (sponsored) Thursday 8:30 pm Royale Pavilion 5
Cuba Section Reception
216 // REC021 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion
6
Reception for Friends of the Consortium in Latin American Studies at the
University of Chapel Hill and Duke University
502 // REC000 Reception (cash bar) Friday 7:15 pm Royale Pavilion 8
IAC Reception
274 // REC022 Reception (sponsored) Thursday 8:30 pm Capri 110
Gender and Feminist Studies Section Reception
Receptions
504 // REC023 Other Friday 7:15 pm Capri 103
Book Presentation: The Cuban Economy at the Start of the Twenty-First Century
260 // REC001 Reception (sponsored) Thursday 8:30 pm Capri 113
Brazil Section Reception
261 // REC002 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 8:30 pm Royale Pavilion 8
Central America Section Reception
262 // REC003 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 8:30 pm Capri 103
Colombia Section Reception
505 // REC024 Reception (sponsored) Friday 7:15 pm Grande Ballroom H
Making their Way Photography Exhibit
506 // REC025 Reception (cash bar) Friday 7:15 pm Royale Pavilion 3
Kellogg Institute for International Studies Reception
507 // REC026 Reception (sponsored) Friday 7:15 pm Royale Pavilion 4
Launch of Drugs and Democracy Book
263 // REC004 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 8:30 pm Capri 112
Culture, Power and Politics Section Reception
264 // REC005 Reception (cash bar) Thursday 8:30 pm Royale Skybox 208
Haiti and Dominican Republic Section Reception
508 // REC027 Reception (cash bar) Friday 7:15 pm Royale Skybox 201
SSRC Reception
509 // REC028 Reception (cash bar) Friday 8:30 pm Capri 103
David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Harvard University
Reception
LASA2004 - 98
Sessions by Program Track
Central American Literature
716 // REC029 Reception (cash bar) Saturday 7:15 pm Royale Pavillion 1
Memorial Tribute to Victor Urquidi - Reception
405 // SEC009 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 5
Central American Democratization
Religiosity and Organized Religion
174 // SEC010 Workshop Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 206
Globalization and Central America
709 // ROR003 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 208
Protestantismo en las Américas: Procesos Actuales
219 // SEC011 Workshop Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Grande Ballroom G
Producing and Theorizing Knowledge about and amid Violence in Colombia
675 // ROR004 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 113
Protestantismo en Sudamérica: perspectivas históricas y sociológicas
354 // SEC012 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 6
Local and National Initiatives for Peace in Colombia
217 // ROR005 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Monaco Tower 16
Contemporary Challenges to Catholicism in Latin America
588 // SEC013 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 6
Identidad, cultura y mestizaje en el Caribe Colombiano: el juego de lo local y lo
global
173 // ROR006 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 16
Religious Conversion in the Americas
589 // SEC014 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Grande Ballroom G
Tendencias hacia la heterogeneización en la sociedad cubana. Retos para la
política social
81 // ROR007 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 205
Christianity as Social Broker: Religious Mediation in Central America
84 // SEC015 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Grande Ballroom F
Revisitar a Carpentier cien años después
585 // ROR008 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Monaco Tower 14
Religious Diversity in Mexico
403 // ROR009 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 209
Religious Transformations in Guatemala I: Varieties of Traditional, Catholic, and
Neotraditional Belief and Practice
85 // SEC016 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 2
Gender and the Politics of Culture: Music, Food, Tourism and Social
Transformation/Contestation
175 // SEC017 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 1
Hegemonia Cultural en America Latina, parte I
445 // ROR010 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 209
Religious Transformations in Guatemala II: The Charismatic Catholic
Movement?????
447 // SEC018 Workshop Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Grande Ballroom G
El Estado de los Estudios Sobre Cuba I
491 // ROR011 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 209
Religious Transformations in Guatemala III: Evangelical Protestantism and its
Attractions
494 // SEC019 Workshop Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Grande Ballroom G
El Estado de los Estudios Sobre Cuba II
492 // ROR012 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 108
Protestantism and Identity: Puerto Rico and Hispanics in the US
220 // SEC020 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 1
Hegemonía cultural en América Latina parte II
548 // ROR013 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 202
Religion, the State, and Electoral Politics
355 // SEC021 Workshop Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Grande Ballroom G
Discussions on Culture, Power, and Politics
404 // SEC000 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 204
The 1804 Haitian Revolution and Politics in the Hemisphere Since
221 // SEC022 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Grande Ballroom F
Evaluating Decentralization: Latin America's Experience
LASA Section Presentations
627 // SEC023 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 208
Creating Security Academic Communities. The Challenges for Security in South
America
586 // SEC001 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 2
Cuban Foreign Policy During the 'Special Period'
128 // SEC024 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 6
Relaciones civiles militares en América Latina: novedades y problemas
587 // SEC002 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 1
Continuity and Change in Brazil: From Fernando Henrique Cardoso to Lula da
Silva
446 // SEC003 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 5
The Socio-Economic Impact on Brazil of President Lula's First Two Years
406 // SEC026 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 6
Globalization, Health, and Development in Ecuador
356 // SEC027 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 5
Educación y políticas educativas en América Latina
218 // SEC004 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Grande Ballroom E
Vozes Literárias na Marginália Brasileira
493 // SEC005 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 2
Liberal Democracy vs. Participatory Democracy in Brazil. The Emergence of
Alternative Forms of Political Participation
353 // SEC006 Workshop Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 2
The Challenge of Qualitative Field Research in Latin America
82 // SEC007 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 6
Indigenous People, Emigrants, and Gangs: Palimpsests of Power in El Salvador
83 // SEC008 Workshop Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Capri 103
628 // SEC025 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 3
Hidden Dialogue with Power in the Andes
590 // SEC028 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Grande Ballroom F
La educación cívica con referencia especial a la educacíon secundaria
129 // SEC029 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Grande Ballroom E
The Political Economy of Bi-regionalism
629 // SEC030 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 6
New Models, Techniques and Approaches to the Teaching of Latin American
Film and Video
176 // SEC031 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 5
Gender Politics, Neoliberalism and the Swing to the Left
LASA2004 - 99
Sessions by Program Track
357 // SEC032 Workshop Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 206
La institucionalización de la perspectiva de género: problemas y desafíos
593 // SEC055 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 8
La mujer en Venezuela: un tema, diversas perspectivas
178 // SEC056 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Grande Ballroom E
Las múltiples caras de la sociedad civil en Venezuela
407 // SEC033 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 1
Mujeres transitando el mundo global: migraciones femeninas al prinipio del siglo
XXI
408 // SEC057 Panel Friday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Capri 115
New Trends in Latino/a and Latin American Video and Film
591 // SEC035 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 5
The Revolution Bicentennial in Hispanola
451 // SEC058 Workshop Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 206
Evaluating the Guadalajara Summit
130 // SEC036 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 1
The Restructuring of the Labor Movement in Response to Neoliberal Policies
and Changing Party Dynamics
710 // SEC059 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 7
Citizenship and the State in Ecuador
448 // SEC037 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 6
Los sindicatos en América Latina frente a los actores sociales emergentes
635 // SEC060 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 210
Political Recruitment in Latin America
630 // SEC038 Workshop Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 211
International and Transboundary Issues in Environment and Conservation: What
Works? What Doesn't?
496 // SEC061 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 1
Tareas pendientes: El Perú después de la CVR
497 // SEC062 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 5
Nuevas ruralidades en América Latina y el Caribe: Mundialización y resistencias
en el mundo rural
222 // SEC039 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 5
New Comparative Perspectives on Latin America and East Asia
631 // SEC040 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 1
Latino Studies at the Crossroads: New Demographics, New Approaches
632 // SEC041 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 209
State of the Art: The Cutting Edge in Latino/a Studies
359 // SEC063 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 1
Operation Condor and the Dismantling of Impunity. Advances in International
Prosecutions of Human Rights Crimes (Argentina, Chile, Uruguay and
Europe)
179 // SEC064 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Grande Ballroom F
Palabra, cultura y poder: cruce de perspectivas sobre el Paraguay
177 // SEC042 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 2
Law, Race and Discrimination in Latin America
636 // SEC065 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 2
Gendering Latino Studies
86 // SEC043 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 1
Police Reform in Latin America: Challenges Ahead
Social Justice and Human Rights
633 // SEC044 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Grande Ballroom F
Lawyers and Lawyering in the Making of Colonial Spanish America
360 // SJU001 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 7
Violencia política, derechos humanos y paz democrática
358 // SEC045 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Grande Ballroom F
Queer Trans Caribbean Locations
180 // SJU002 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 204
Derechos humanos y derechos indígenas en México y América Latina: el
principio del milenio.
87 // SEC046 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Pavilion 5
New Trends in Latino/a Queer Studies
634 // SEC047 Panel Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Pavilion 5
La novela peruana: visiones y (re)visiones
676 // SJU003 Workshop Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Grande Ballroom G
Enfrentando la Impunidad y los Poderes Ocultos en Guatemala
449 // SEC048 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 1
"Las Secuelas" de la CVR: Justicia, reparación y reconciliacion en el Perú
450 // SEC049 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Pavilion 2
Judicial Independence and Judicial Careers in Latin America
592 // SEC050 Panel Saturday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 210
Non-Elected Institutions and the ‘Quality’ of Democracy in Latin America
131 // SEC051 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Grande Ballroom F
Nuevas ruralidades en América Latina y el Caribe: cambios y permanencias en
los procesos y fenómenos rurales y agrarios
495 // SEC052 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Pavilion 6
New Trends in Electronic Publishing in Latin America: Emerging Models for
Ejournals and Digital Libraries
132 // SEC053 Workshop Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Grande Ballroom G
Creating States, Citizens, and Modernities in Latin America: Rethinking Publics
and Public Health
223 // SEC054 Workshop Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 206
Teoría de sistemas, significados discretos y teoría literaria: un debate en torno a
los estudios macro en América Latina
88 // SJU004 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Grande Ballroom G
La internacionalización de la autonomía indígena: la experiencia latinoamericana
I
133 // SJU005 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 212
La internacionalización de la autonomía indígena: la experiencia latinoamericana
II
224 // SJU006 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 204
Globalization and Social Justice in Chile: Perspectives on Identity, Economy and
Culture
498 // SJU007 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Monaco Tower 13
Violencia e impunidad en la Frontera Norte, acciones, discursos y contextos
89 // SJU008 Workshop Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Top of the Riviera South
Memory, Law and Institutions: Tensions and Synergies in the Fields of
Transitional Justice and Memory
677 // SJU009 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 208
Civil Society Effort to Expand Justice
LASA2004 - 100
Sessions by Program Track
499 // SJU010 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 210
Dilemmas of Post-Conflict Social Reconstruction: Between Citizenship and
Violence
549 // SJU011 Workshop Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Grande Ballroom G
Off the Mark: U.S. International Counternarcotics Policy in Latin America and
the Caribbean
Technology, Scholarly Resources, and Pedagogy
714 // TEC001 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 101
Recovering Memory: Digital Archives on Human Rights and Political
Movements in Southern Cone
454 // TEC002 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Monaco Tower 14
Grappling with the Google-ization of Research and Area Studies
550 // SJU012 Panel Saturday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 206
Citizen Security and Human Rights
135 // TEC003 Workshop Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Top of the Riviera South
Bibliotecas Digitales Latinoamericanas en el Marco de OAI-PMH: Mining the
Region's Hidden Gems from the Deep Web
315 // SJU013 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Pavilion 3
Poverty, Violence, Justice and Solidarity
452 // SJU014 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Top of the Riviera North
Different Sides of the Violations of Human Rights in the Southern Cone
678 // SJU015 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 114
Libertades y derechos sociales
679 // SJU016 Panel Saturday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 211
Displacement/Perception of Violence
Social Movements
316 // SMO001 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 209
Sociedad civil en América Latina: Actores y organizaciones
134 // SMO002 Panel Thursday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 205
Visions of Rebels: Hope and the Continuum of Social Protest from the Porfiriato
through the 20th Century
453 // SMO003 Panel Friday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Capri 109
Rethinking Protest In Latin America: Vanguards, Followers and the State
361 // SMO004 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 207
A Values-Based Approach to Development and Social Change: From Practice to
Theory
711 // SMO005 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 113
From the "Virtual" to the "Real" World: Civil Society's Online Efforts to
Strengthen Democracy in Latin America
225 // SMO006 Panel Thursday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 212
Acción colectiva en América Latina: redes, ONGs y protestas.
181 // SMO007 Panel Thursday 2:00 - 3:45 pm Royale Skybox 212
Social Movements and Civil Society in the Context of the Bush Doctrine and the
Washington Consensus
637 // SMO008 Workshop Saturday 12:00 - 1:45 pm Royale Skybox 206
The Local in the Global: Latin American Social Movements Respond to
Globalization
90 // SMO009 Panel Thursday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 204
Negotiating Globalization in Mesoamerica: Civil Society Participation in
Regional Integration Agreements
362 // SMO010 Panel Friday 10:00 - 11:45 am Royale Skybox 210
Emerging Social Movements and New Actors in Latin America
317 // SMO011 Panel Friday 8:00 - 9:45 am Royale Skybox 208
The Interface of Democratization and Social Movements
500 // SMO012 Panel Friday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Royale Skybox 207
Globalization, Protest and Social Movements
712 // SMO013 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 107
Public Policy and Social Movements in Latin America
713 // SMO014 Panel Saturday 5:15 - 7:00 pm Capri 108
Protest in Latin America
LASA2004 - 101
Name Index
A
Abal Medina, Juan Manuel (53)
Abbott, J (276)
Abell, John (519)
Abercrombie, Thomas (556, 427)
Abers, Rebecca (544)
Aboites Manrique, Gilberto (654)
Abramovich, Victor (24)
Abrego, Leisy (77)
Accilien, Cecile (3)
Acha, Elisabeth (432)
Achúgar, Hugo (5)
Ackerman, Holly (123)
Ackerman, John (142)
Acosta, Abraham (31)
Acosta, Curtis (26)
Acosta, Fernando (609)
Acosta Pech, Ana María (192)
Acree, William (530)
Adamo, Susana (364)
Adams, Abigail (548)
Adams, Francis (323)
Adams, Leticia (163)
Adams, Walter (403, 445)
Adan-Lifante, Virginia (59)
Adelman, Jeremy (417)
Adesnik, A. David (98)
Adler, Rachel (65)
Adler, Thure (117)
Adler Lomnitz, Larissa (705)
Aguado López, Eduardo (495)
Aguero, Felipe (188, 373)
Aguilar Andía, Giovanna (54)
Aguilar García, Ariana (202)
Aguilar Sánchez, Martin Gerardo (459)
Aguilar Trujillo, Jose Alejandro (461)
Aguilar-Ganado, Blanca-Margarita (202)
Aguilera, Carlos (94)
Ahnen, Ronald (550)
Aja Diaz, Antonio (349)
Ajenjo, Natalia (79)
Akrabova, Maria (59)
Alamo Pastrana, Carlos (388)
Alarcon, Victor (580)
Alarcón, Norma (531)
Alban, Adolfo (710)
Albertengo, Clara (435)
Alberti, Giorgio (451)
Albizures, Miguel Angel (8)
Albornoz, Maria (537)
Alcaniz, Isabella (626)
Aldarondo, Hiram (35)
Aleman, Eduardo (708)
Alemán Benitez, Pável (212)
Alexander, Amy (435)
Alexander, John (351)
Alexandre, Guy (591, 404)
Alfonso, Mariana (356)
Alfonso de Armas, Marisol (601)
Alfonso Torres, Vitalina (612)
Ali Ramadan, Nancy Nuyen (480)
Allen, Jafari (44)
Allende-Goitia, Noel (476)
Allison, Michael (283)
Almeida, Paul (453)
Almeida Vinueza, Jose (710)
Almeyda, Gloria (107)
Alonso, Alfredo (120)
Alonso, Maria (486)
Alonso Espinal, Manuel Alberto (499)
Alonso Sierra, Xosefa (357)
Alonso-Tejada, Aurelio (589)
Altagracia, Carlos (297)
Altuna, Margarita (665)
Alvarado, Arturo (623, 86, 432)
Alvaray, Luisela (21)
Alvarez, A. Cecilia (460)
Alvarez, Elena (447, 342)
Alvarez, Elena (460)
Alvarez, Inmaculada (407)
Alvarez, Juan (537)
Alvarez, Mayda (706)
Alvarez, Rosangel (649, 178)
Alvarez, Sonia (422)
Álvarez, Angel (178)
Álvarez, David (336)
Alvarez Bejar, Alejandro (518)
Alvarez Figueroa, Oneida (526)
Alvarez Folgueras, Cristina (104)
Alvarez-Curbelo, Silvia (683, 184)
Alzugaray, Carlos (586, 447)
Amador, José (314)
Amador, Raysa (161)
Amann, Edmund (446)
Amaral, Ernesto Friedrich (311)
Amato, Mariana (478)
Ames, Barry (285, 450, 377)
Amoroso, Bruno (409)
Amoureux, Jacque (288)
Andermann, Jens (434, 472)
Anderson, Danny (613, 391)
Anderson, Joan (191)
Anderson, John (319)
Anderson, Leslie (557, 405, 452)
Anderson, Mark (584)
Anderson, Patricia (334)
Anderson, Thomas (34)
Andolina, Robert (583, 674)
Andrade, Adriana Strasburg (108)
Andrade, Joaquim (487)
Andrade, María Mercedes (530)
Andrade Eekhoff, Katharine (672)
Añé, Lía (374)
A'ness, Francine (366, 204)
Angell, Alan (286, 66)
Angotti, Tom (183)
Anima, Santiaga (385)
Anner, Mark (203, 610)
Antebi, Susan (161)
Antonelli, Mirta Alejandra (681, 220, 355)
Antunes, Priscila (695)
Aparicio, Ana (484)
Aparicio, Frances (388, 307)
Aragón Mladosich, Edgar (654)
Araki Makabe, Raúl (171)
Aranda, Elizabeth (528, 631)
Arandia Covarrubias, Gisela (314)
Arantes, Rogerio (66)
Araújo, Clara (706, 19)
Arbelaez, Olga (37)
Arbena, Joseph (642)
Arbona, Juan (552)
Arce, Bridget (577)
Arce, Moises (126, 707)
Arce, Shean (26)
Arceneaux, Craig (373, 11)
Archenti, Nélida (380)
Arenas, Fernando (300)
Arenas Acosta, Nelly Margarita (287)
Arévalo de León, Bernardo (662)
Arévalo Mateus, Jorge (277)
Arias, Arturo (458, 83, 328)
Arias, Enrique Desmond (365)
Arias, Patricia (407)
Arias, Raquel (84)
Ariet, Ma. del Carmen (312)
Arispe Bazan, Silvia (432)
Arjona, Gloria (474)
Armas Acosta, Virgilio (198)
LASA2004 - 102
Armendariz, Febe (535)
Armesto, Alejandra (41)
Armijo, Leslie Elliott (624, 587)
Armony, Ariel (199)
Armony, Victor (713)
Armus, Diego (568, 439)
Arnoux, Elvira (444)
Aroche, Rito (691)
Arraras, Astrid (288)
Arreaza-Camero, Emperatriz (593)
Arredondo, Isabel (187, 408)
Arretche, Marta (625)
Arroyave, Jesús (206)
Arroyo, Jossianna (516, 300)
Arruda de Almeida, Monica (55)
Arteaga-Botello, Nelson (183)
Arza, Camila (652)
Asencio, Marysol (578)
Asher, Kiran (219)
Astorga, Omar (7)
Atienza Ambou, Aida (313)
Atlee-Loudon, Jennifer (361)
Aubrey, Rebecca (283)
Augustine-Adams, Kif (197)
Austin, Diane (559)
Austin, Elisabeth (471)
Austin, Robert (295)
Auxiliadora Alvarez, Maria (280)
Avelar, Idelber (369)
Avellán, Héctor (423)
Avellaneda, Andrés (701, 7, 517)
Avellaneda, Claudia (221)
Avendaño Ruiz, Belem (409)
Avila, Javier (683, 184)
Aviles, William (112)
Avritzer, Leonardo (125, 415)
Ayon, David (485, 78)
Ayora-Diaz, Steffan Igor (85)
Aysa, Maria (166, 208)
Azicri, Max (424, 465)
Azor, Ileana (553)
Azpuru, Dinorah (705)
B
Babb, Florence (85)
Baber, R. Jovita (522)
Baca, Jorge (166)
Bacca, Ramon (588)
Bacon, Christopher (182)
Bada, Xochitl (167)
Baer, Werner (446)
Baerga, María del Carmen (564)
Baez, Jillian (292)
Báez Ayala, Susana (498)
Bailey, John (86)
Bailey, Scott (362)
Bailón Corres, Moisés Jaime (180)
Baiocchi, Gianpaolo (125, 453)
Baker, Andy (285)
Baker-Cristales, Beth (441)
Balboa Echeverría, Miriam (393)
Balbuena, Laura (154)
Baldermann, Diana (486)
Baldez, Lisa (706)
Ballestero, Andrea (420)
Banales, Victoria (690)
Bandy, Joe (559)
Baquero, Marcello (493)
Barahona, Byron (669)
Barahona de Brito, Alexandra (129)
Barajas, Maria del Rosio (191)
Barbas Rhoden, Laura (576)
Barbera, Rosemary (89)
Barberia, Lorena (289, 589, 504)
Name Index
Barbosa, Francisco (423)
Barbosa Cavalcanti, Josefa Salete (131)
Barbosa de Magalhaes, Valeria (123)
Barcelos, Luis (177)
Barcia Zequeira, María del Carmen (297)
Barndt, William (98)
Barnhart, Anne (454)
Barradas, Efraín (303, 322, 371)
Barrau, Oscar (338)
Barreiro Pousa, Luis (289)
Barrera, Paulo (675)
Barrett, Patrick (40)
Barrio Tosar, Maria Adis (530)
Barrios-Tinoco, Sonia Daniela (370)
Barrón Tirado, Concepción (419)
Barros Díaz, Otilia (601)
Barrow, Lynda (548)
Bass, James (630, 239, 266)
Basterra, Gabriela (515)
Bastidas, Barbra (287)
Batista, Carlos (289)
Battistini, Osvaldo (130)
Battiti, María Florencia (681)
Baud, Michiel (149)
Bauer, Daniel (710)
Bauer, Paloma (395)
Baujín Pérez, José Antonio (84)
Bautista Vázquez, Ruperta (194)
Baver, Sherrie (105)
Bawa, Vasant (566)
Bayard de Volo, Lorraine (330)
Bayón, María (387)
Bean, Frank (431)
Beard, Avri (189, 353)
Beasley-Murray, Jon (47, 555, 223)
Beatty Medina, Charles (201)
Beaupied, Aída (114)
Becerra, Elda (189)
Becker, Hilary (289)
Becker, Marc (628)
Beckman, Ericka (340)
Beer, Caroline (112)
Beezley, William (607)
Bejar, Giovanna (536)
Bejar, Luisa (580)
Belausteguigoitia, Marisa (531)
Bell, Carolyn (140)
Bellman, Mary (181)
Bello, Maria (602)
Bello de Souza, Donaaldo (419)
Belloc, Bárbara (72)
Bellone Hite, Amy (376)
Belnap, Jeffrey (410)
Beltrán, Gastón (486)
Beltrán, Ulises (543)
Beltrán Matiz, Adriana (676)
Ben, Pablo (479)
Benamou, Catherine (629)
Benavides Verdesoto, O. Hugo (165, 398, 710)
Bencomo, Anadeli (339, 73)
Bendini, Mónica (131, 246)
Beneria, Lourdes (145)
Beneria Surkin, Jordi (363)
Benessaieh, Afef (637)
Benitez-Manaut, Raul (688, 111)
Benjamin-Alvarado, Jonathan (376)
Benton, Allyson Lucinda (592)
Benzecry, Claudio (486)
Berg, Mary (70)
Berg, Ulla (349, 165)
Berger, Susan (258)
Berliner, Yvonne (18)
Berman, Salomon (11)
Bermejo, Talía (681)
Bermello López, Yizzet (297)
Bermudez, Emilia (287)
Bermudez, Marta (294)
Bermudez, Silvia (690)
Bernal, Alejandro (35)
Bernedo, Patricio (109)
Bertranou, Eleonora (517)
Beserra, Bernadete (295, 398)
Besse, Susan (562)
Betances, Emelio (81, 591, 404)
Beverley, John (698, 329, 80)
Bezerra, Katia (108)
Bibler Coutin, Susan (441)
Bickford, Louis (89)
Bidegain Creising, Gabriel (526)
Bigenho, Michelle (489, 43)
Bilbija, Ksenija (615, 477)
Binford, Leigh (430, 355)
Birkenmaier, Anke (49)
Birnir, Jóhanna Kristín (651, 520)
Biron, Rebecca (187, 391)
Bishin, Benjamin (188)
Bitencourt, Luis (627)
Black, Chad (658)
Black, David (325)
Blacker-Hanson, O'Neill (134)
Blackwell, Maylei (637)
Blake, Charles (623)
Blancarte, Roberto (379)
Blanc-Hoang, Henri (702)
Blanco, John (114)
Blanco, Mercedes (151)
Blanco-Cano, Rosana (605)
Blandon, Erick (423, 669)
Blanquer, Jean-Michel (451)
Blasco, Maribel (603)
Blaser, Mario (80)
Blasini, Gilberto Moisés (93)
Blazquez, Carmen (659)
Blecker, Robert (428)
Bliss, Katherine (202)
Blue, Sarah (528)
Blum, Ann (562)
Blum, Denise (538)
Boas, Taylor (395)
Bobea, Lilian (688, 331)
Bobes, Velia Cecilia (211)
Bobonis, Gustavo (654)
Bobrow-Strain, Aaron (45)
Bocarejo, Diana (139)
Boersma, Jess (532)
Boglio-Martínez, Rafael (516)
Bohn, Simone (651)
Bolaños, Alvaro (115, 37)
Bolles, Lynn (85)
Bond, Lynne (325)
Boniface, Dexter (323)
Bonilla-Silva, Eduardo (453)
Boniolo, Paula (590)
Bonner, Michelle (315)
Booth, John (143)
Bordenave, Serge (361)
Borge, Jason (702)
Borges, Dain (644, 332)
Borges, Manoela (684)
Borja, Jaime (69)
Borland, Elizabeth (225)
Boron, Atilio (169, 495)
Bort, John (9)
Boruchoff, Judith (124)
Borzutzky, Silvia (168)
Bosc, Cortland (14)
Bost, Suzanne (6)
Bosteels, Bruno (48, 119)
Botero, Beatriz (615)
Botero Jaramillo, Felipe (543, 635)
LASA2004 - 103
Botto, Malcolm Miguel (206)
Boulding, Carew (284)
Bouvier, Virginia (354)
Bouzaglo, Nathalie (515)
Bowman, Kirk (103, 543)
Boyer, Christopher (383)
Boyer, Jeff (137)
Bracamonte, Jorge (701)
Bracamonte Allain, Jorge (22)
Bradshaw, Gilbert (445)
Braga-Pinto, César (34)
Braham, Persephone (394)
Branche, Jerome (80)
Bratzel, John (296)
Breilh, Jaime (464)
Brennan, Denise (398)
Brenner, Philip (468)
Bresser Pereira, Luiz Carlos (624)
Briceño Ruiz, José (569)
Briceño-Chel, Fidencio (689)
Brickner, Rachel (466)
Briggs, Charles (567, 248, 464)
Brinks, Daniel (450)
Bristol, Joan (201)
Brito, Paulo Afonso (361)
Britto, Ana Lucia (684)
Brittos, Valério (39)
Brizuela, Natalia (668)
Brockett, Charles (519)
Brody, Michal (689)
Brohman, John (638)
Brokaw, Galen (427)
Brom, Luciano (416)
Bromley, Ray (546)
Bronkema, David (361)
Brook, Mary (56)
Brooks, Sarah (488)
Browdy de Hernandez, Jennifer (329)
Browitt, Jeffrey (686)
Brown, Alexandra (22)
Brown, Christopher (531)
Brown, Garrett (610)
Brown, J Andrew (304)
Brown, Jonathan (524)
Browner, Carole (156)
Brown-Gort, Allert (485)
Browning-Aiken, Anne (148)
Brugal, Yana Elsa (574)
Brulotte, Ronda (282)
Brumley, Krista (453)
Brundenius, Claes (375)
Bruneau, Thomas (650)
Brusco, Valeria (285)
Bruzual, Alejandro (698)
Bryan, Catherine (108)
Bryant, Sherwin (201)
Brysk, Alison (350)
Buchenau, Jurgen (20, 607)
Buchholz, Gregory (406)
Buck, Carla (51)
Buckley, Christina (51)
Bueno, Christina (43)
Bueno, Eva (691)
Bueno Fischer, Rosa (480)
Bueno Hansen, Pascha (690)
Buquet, Daniel (582)
Burgess, Katrina (397)
Burgos, Ana (626)
Burgos, Carlos (535)
Burgos, Jr., Adrian (631)
Burgos-La Fuente, Lena (392)
Burgueño, María Cristina (393)
Burguete, Araceli (583)
Burns, Allan (689)
Burrell, Jennifer (355)
Name Index
Burt, Jo-Marie (449, 106)
Buscema, Carmelo (88)
Bustamante, Maris (138)
Bustos Torres, Beatriz (197)
Butler, Matthew (692)
Butler Flora, Cornelia (497)
Buttedahl, Paz (429)
Butto, Luis (649)
Buzo, Ricardo (385, 337)
Byrnes, Dolores (153)
Byron, Kristine (616)
Byrum, Andrea (408)
C
Cabañas Enríquez, Miguel Angel (616)
Cabezas, Amalia (152)
Cabezas, Oscar (534)
Cabrera Díaz, Juan Jesús (463)
Cabrera Rodríguez, Carlos (11)
Cabrera Trimiño, Gilberto (463)
Cacho, Lisa (292)
Cademartori, José (224)
Cady, Frederic (40)
Caggiano, Sergio (165)
Cairo Ballester, Ana (84)
Caisso, Claudia (437)
Calado, Fernando (208)
Calcagnotto, Gilbert (567)
Caldeira, Teresa (422, 184)
Calder, Bruce (81)
Calderón, Cuauhtémoc (654)
Calí, Francisco (8)
Callejo-Pérez, David (400)
Calva Tellez, José Luis (409)
Calvo, Ernesto (285)
Camacho, Alvaro (24)
Camacho, Hortensia (694)
Camacho, Jorge (27)
Camacho-Gingerich, Alina (33)
Camargo Cárdenas, Gonzalo (54)
Cameron, John (137)
Camp, Roderic (10)
Campbell, Donald (463)
Campello, Daniela (42)
Campillo-Fenoll, Marcos (119)
Campoamor, Leigh (321)
Campos, Tulio (577)
Campos Alfonso, Julia Matilde (462)
Campos Beltran, Maria del Rosario (357)
Camps, Martin (161, 339)
Candelario, Ginetta (591, 632, 241, 267)
Cano, Gabriela (479)
Cánovas Marmo, Célica Esther (383)
Canteli, Marcos (30)
Cantu, Norma (4, 636)
Capaldo, Giancarlo (359)
Capello, Ernesto (46)
Caplan, Karen (693)
Cara, Ana (554)
Caraballo Alonso, Yilian (145)
Cardenas, Alejandra (360)
Cárdenas García, Nicolás (595, 692)
Cárdenas Medina, René (709)
Cárdenas Toledo, Nora (638)
Cardenas, Jr., Jaime (469)
Cardona, Christopher (682, 113)
Cardona, Debra (452)
Cardona, Sara (368)
Cardona Lopez, Jose (37)
Cardoso, Adauto (183)
Cardoso Cis, Eleonora María (319)
Cardoso de Mello, Zelia (587)
Careaga, Adriana (356)
Carey, Elaine (16)
Carey, Henry (Chip) (237, 264, 404)
Carey, John (285)
Carlin, Ryan (189)
Carmen, Gregorio Gil (407)
Carmona Pineda, Mairim (284)
Carranza, Julio (375)
Carranza Mena, Douglas (82)
Carrasco, Stacey (159)
Carrasco Altamirano, Diódoro (180)
Carreira, André (553)
Carreño Carlón, José (372)
Carrera, Leandro (543)
Carrillo, Arturo (177)
Carrillo, Héctor (202)
Carrillo, Teresa (159)
Carrión, Julio (143)
Carrión, María Mercedes (186)
Carrion Mena, Fernando (169)
Carrizo, Cecilia (402)
Carroll, Amy (457)
Carroll, Julia (532)
Carruyo, Light (547)
Carter, Miguel (275)
Carter, Rebecca (148)
Carton de Grammont, Hubert (137)
Carvalho Santos, Thereza (456)
Casas-Cortés, María Isabel (321)
Casas-Zamora, Kevin (97)
Casaus Arce, Marta (18)
Casique, Iraida (476)
Casique, Irene (57)
Caso, Nicole (458)
Castañeda, Alejandra (158, 124)
Castañeda, Quetzil (689)
Castellanos, Edwin (91)
Castellanos, Maria Bianet (167)
Castillo, Debra (391)
Castillo, Gerardo (634)
Castro, Donald (642)
Castro, Henrique (493)
Castro, Ida (401)
Castro, José (420)
Castro, Roberto (57)
Castro, Teresa (10)
Castro Apreza, Inés (45)
Castro Flores, Maria Margarita (183)
Castro Mariño, Soraya (525)
Castro Medina, Miguel Ángel (332)
Castro Santos, Maria Helena (288)
Casullo, Esperanza (225)
Catasus Cervera, Sonia (606)
Caumartin, Corinne (86)
Causa, Adriana Cristina (711)
Cavarozzi, Marcelo (53, 225)
Cebada Contreras, María del Carmen (673)
Ceballos Schaulsohn, Florencio (711)
Celi, Pablo (627)
Celiberti, Lilian (150)
Celik, Evren (104)
Centeno, Miguel (417)
Centner, Ryan (278)
Cepeda, Maria Elena (388)
Cepik, Marco (650)
Cerna-Bazán, José (617)
Cerruti, Marcela (609)
Cervantes Barba, Cecilia (220)
Cervantes-Rodriguez, Margarita (672)
Cervone, Emma (710)
Cesareo, Mario (281)
Cesarini, Paola (188, 106)
Chacón, Hilda (310)
Chaffee, Wilber (587)
Chailloux, Graciela (664)
Chambers, Kevin (565)
Chamosa, Oscar (43)
LASA2004 - 104
Chandler, Paul (444)
Chapin, Jessica (22)
Chaple Mesa, Sergio Angel (615)
Charleston, Aileen (445)
Charry, Clara Inés (316)
Chase, Jacquelyn (497)
Chassen-López, Francie (607)
Chauca Malasquez, Pablo Manuel (626)
Chavez, Daniel (40)
Chavez, Manuel (680, 395)
Chávez Torres, Martha (673)
Chazkel, Amy (294)
Chen, Hsiao-Chuan (540)
Chen, Linda (19)
Chen, Yea-Hong (540)
Cheresky, Isidoro (541)
Chernick, Marc (354)
Chilcote, Ronald (144, 309)
Child, Jack (642)
Chillier, Gastón (24)
Chinchilla, Fernando (112)
Chinchilla, Norma (330)
Choi, Jinsook (2)
Choque Quispe, María Eugenia (489, 172)
Chu, Lan (11)
Churchill, Nancy (190, 430)
Ciccantell, Paul (376)
Cicero San Cristóbal, Arsenio (641)
Cingolani, Luciana (53)
Cisneros, Odile (594)
Cisterna, María (515)
Clariond Rangel, Roberta (485)
Clark, Stephen (667)
Clark, Timothy (470)
Clary, William (669)
Clawson, Rosalee (159)
Cleary, Edward (173)
Cleary, Matthew (350)
Clement, Christopher (112)
Cliath, Alison (56)
Close, Glen (341)
Coatsworth, John (327, 715, 716)
Codina Boeras, Norberto (69)
Coes, Don (446)
Cohen, Deb (140)
Cohen, Jeff (167)
Cohn, Samuel (103, 453)
Coker, Trudie (287)
Colazo, Carmen (590)
Colchete Filho, Antonio Ferreira (46)
Cole, George (370)
Collado, Carmen (659)
Collier, Ruth (113)
Collins, Jennifer (524)
Colón Warren, Alice (196)
Colon-Pizarro, Mariam (516)
Combes, Hélène (102)
Compa, Lance (203)
Conn, Robert (279)
Connelly, Caryn (185)
Conteris, Híber (598, 73)
Contreras, Ana (3)
Contreras, Ricardo (65)
Conway, Christopher (530)
Cook Martín, David (210)
Coonrod Martinez, Elizabeth (475)
Cooper, Sara (670)
Copertari, Gabriela (281)
Coppedge, Michael (705)
Cordones-Cook, Juanamaría (574)
Cordova, Ricardo (688)
Córdova, Victor (26)
Cordoví Nuñez, Yoel (334)
Cornelius, Wayne (431, 623)
Coromina, Irene (666)
Name Index
Corona, Ignacio (339)
Corona Copado, Roberto (459)
Coronado, Irasema (623)
Coronado, Jorge (394)
Coronel-Aguirre, José (449)
Corrales, Javier (211, 488)
Correa-Cabrera, Guadalupe (189)
Corrochano, David (647)
Cortazar, Alejandro (471)
Cortés, Rocío (299)
Cortés Guardado, Marco (647)
Cortés-Rocca, Paola (668)
Cortez, Beatriz (458, 83, 228, 261)
Cortez, Otilia (301)
Cosentino, Delia (639)
Cosgrove, Serena (154)
Costa, Claudia (422, 690, 230, 263)
Costa, Ligia Maura (103)
Costa Vargas, Joao (44)
Cota Yáñez, María del Rosario (558)
Cottet, Cristian (597)
Cottle, Julia (570)
Cottrol, Robert (177)
Coubes, Marie-Laure (511)
Couso, Javier (66)
Covarrubias, Lorenzo (631)
Cox, Mark (634)
Cox, Victoria (665)
Coyle, William (276)
Craft, Linda (614)
Crahan, Margaret (199)
Cramer, Gisela (99)
Craven, David (410)
Cravey, Altha (13)
Crawford, Sharika (685)
Crespo, Horacio (53)
Crisp, Brian (705, 102, 592, 635)
Crissey, Sarah (311)
Crocker, Adriana (706)
Cronin, Patrick (353, 227)
Cross, Jason (321)
Crow, David (98)
Crummett, María de los Angeles (539)
Crupi, Thomas (684)
Cruz Caceres, Ernesto (670)
Cruz-Guzmán, Xochitl (552)
Cruz-Malavé, Arnaldo (667)
Cruz-Morgado, Luciano (32)
Cubano-Iguina, Astrid (564)
Cuesta Mazarredo, Eduardo Orlando (105)
Cunha, Olivia (139)
Curtius, Anny Dominique (280)
Cypess, Sandra (366, 141, 701)
Cypher, James (559)
Cyr, Jennifer (351)
D
Dabove, Juan Pablo (573)
Daes, Erica-Irene (133)
Dagnino, Evelina (415, 637)
Dalle, Pablo (590)
Dammert, Lucia (627, 86)
Dandavati, Annie (317)
Daneri, Juan José (299)
Dannenmaier, Eric (67)
Dantas Reis Alves, Adriana (291)
D'Araujo, Maria (331)
Darder, Antonia (632)
Darrigrandi Navarro, Claudia (535)
DaSilva, Simone (68)
Davidson, Sarah (91)
Davies, Ian (282)
Davila, Alejandro (13)
Dávila, Jerry (92, 20)
Dávila López, Grace (370)
Davila Villers, David (14)
Davis, Denise (361)
Davis, Diane (86, 106)
Davis, Jeffrey (550)
Davis, Martha (591)
Dawes, Greg (29)
Dawkins, Tanya (345)
Dawson, Alexander (61)
Day, Stuart (366)
de Aragon, Uva (697)
de Araújo Sá, Antônio Fernando (453)
de Arriba, María Laura (703)
De Avelar, Sonia (107)
De Ibarrola, María (290)
De Kessler, Ana (107)
De la Brosse, Renaud (372)
de la Cadena, Marisol (321, 133)
de la Campa, Roman (49)
De la Garza Toledo, Enrique (448)
De la Maza, Gonzalo (225)
de la O-Martínez, María Eugenia (559)
de la Peña, Ricardo (100)
De la Reza, Germán (337)
de la Torre, Federico (15)
De la Torre Castellano, Renée (585)
De Lay, Brian (565)
De Los Ángeles Torres, María (631)
De Los Reyes, Guillermo (74)
de Lourenço, Cileine (209)
de Luca, Miguel Alejandro (582)
de Mendonca, Daniel (713)
De Miranda, Mauricio (374)
de Santos, Martin (652)
De Sena, Isabel (601)
De Souza, Juarez (581)
de Torres Carballal, María Inés (380)
de Urrutia-Barroso, Lourdes Teresa (589)
Dean, Carolyn (639)
Decena, Carlos (578)
Dedecca, Claudio (545)
Deeny, Anna (577)
Deere, Carmen Diana (318)
Degiovanni, Fernando (279)
DeGregori, Carlos Ivan (89)
Deheza, Grace Ivana (288)
Del Campo, Alicia (597)
Del Campo García, Esther (160)
Del Castillo, Lina (21)
Del Palacio, Celia (109)
del Rio Gabiola, Irune (436)
Del Sarto, Ana (598)
Del Valle, Emilio (402)
Del Vecchio, Angelo (688)
Delamata, Gabriela (643)
Delgado, Carlos (135)
Delgado, Grace Peña (382)
Delgado, Guillermo (88)
Delgado, Leonel (669)
Della Torre, Elsa (120)
Delugan, Robin (82)
Demaría, Laura (434)
Dembinska, Magdalena (624)
Demers, François (372, 109)
Den Tandt, Catherine (667)
Denissen, Marieke (499)
Derbyshire, Philip (48)
Derusha, Will (205)
Descout, Emilie (123)
Devine Guzmán, Tracy (678)
Deymonnaz, Santiago (456)
Di Laura, Giancarla (536)
Di Marco, Graciela (225, 176)
Diamint, Rut (627)
Diamond, Sara (138)
LASA2004 - 105
Diaz, Beatriz (325)
Diaz, Christopher (580)
Diaz, Francisco Javier (52)
Diaz, Ileana (289)
Diaz, Luz (166)
Díaz, Elena (312)
Díaz, Gwendolyn (574)
Díaz, Hernán (668)
Díaz, Luis Felipe (303)
Díaz, Rúber (400)
Díaz Aldret, Ana (647)
Diaz Araujo, Iara (47)
Diaz Barerro, Gloria Patricia (469)
Díaz de Gallegos, Gabriela (29)
Díaz de Jesús, Marcelino (88)
Díaz Guanche, Carlos (56)
Díaz Moure, Leopoldo (160)
Díaz Rivillas, Borja (160)
Díaz Vallina, Angela Elvira (199)
Díaz-Barriga, Miguel (554)
Díaz-Caballero, Jesus (699)
Diaz-Cayeros, Alberto (285)
Dick, Hilary (124)
Dickson, Kent (533)
Dieleke, Edgardo (47)
Dietz, Henry (651)
Diez Acosta, Tomás (199)
Dijkstra, Geske (145)
Dimo, Edith (476)
Dinges, John (359)
Dinius, Oliver (527)
Dinzey Flores, Zaire (278)
Dion, Michelle (707)
Diz, Marta Ana (72)
D'Lugo, Marvin (320)
Doctor, Mahrukh (353, 695)
Documét, Patricia (65)
Dolinko, Silvia Esther (551)
Domingo, Pilar (160, 66)
Dominguez, Jorge (211, 111, 78)
Domínguez, Diego (510)
Domínguez, Héctor (498)
Domínguez, Nicanor (427, 68)
Dominguez Rivera, Roberto (63)
Donadio, Marcela (331)
Donnell, Howard (656)
Donnelly, Kevin (381)
Donoghue, Michael (608)
Donoso, Jaime (367)
Donovan, Thomas (572)
Dorn, Georgette (193)
Dorn, Glen (20)
Dorta Sánchez, Walfrido (32)
Dos Santos, Gislene (352)
dos Santos, Sonia (44)
Dove, Patrick (534)
Dow, James (709, 585)
Doyle, Kate (200)
Drake, Paul (442, 657)
Draper, Jack (282)
Dreyfus, Mariela (58, 533)
Drinot, Paulo (568)
Drummond Abdala, Eliane (521)
Drzewieniecki, Joanna (172)
Du Bry, Travis (511)
Duany, Jorge (349)
Dubatti, Jorge (553)
DuBord, Elise (602)
Ducey, Michael (693)
Dudley, Mary Jo (346, 80)
Dugas, John (62)
Duharte Díaz, Emilio (465)
Duke, Dawn (34)
Dulitzky, Ariel (177)
Dumoulin, John (196)
Name Index
Dunkerley, James (149)
Dunn, Christopher (300)
Duno-Gottberg, Luis (698)
Duprey, Marlene (467)
Duran, Rosa Luz (364)
Durán, Javier (141, 616)
Dwyer, Jay (383)
Dzidzienyo, Anani (608)
E
Eccher, Celita (290)
Echavez-Solano, Nelsy (444)
Echenique, Maria Elva (394)
Echevarría León, Dayma (606)
Echeverri Perico, Rafael (497)
Eckstein, Susan (397, 328)
Edelman, Marc (90)
Edmonds, Alex (567)
Edmonds-Poli, Emily (41)
Edvalson, John (403)
Egea Fernández-Montesinos, Alberto (31)
Egüez, Renata (537)
Eguizábal, Cristina (24)
Eisenstadt, Todd (583)
Eiss, Paul (383)
Elbert, Rodolfo (590)
Elkins, Zachary (542)
Ellner, Steve (178)
Elmore, Peter (473)
Engle, Michael (702)
Enrigue, Alvaro (573)
Enriquez, Alejandro (185)
Enríquez, Laura (638)
Entrialgo Granado, Karen (467)
Epele, María (643)
Epple, Juan (617)
Epps, Bradley (186)
Epstein, Edward (682, 130)
Erickson Nepstad, Sharon (173)
Eriksson, Pia (326)
Erisman, Michael (253, 164, 259)
Errázuriz, Javiera (18)
Erstad, Richard (361, 503)
Ervin, Michael (426)
Escárcega, Sylvia (88)
Escobar, Arturo (321, 637)
Escobar, Cristina (158, 484)
Escobar-Lemmon, Maria (231, 635)
España Nájera, Annabella (417)
Espina-Prieto, Mayra (589, 447)
Espinosa, Angela (17)
Espinosa, Gisela (510)
Espinosa, Monica (608)
Espinoza, Ricardo (580)
Espinoza, Victor (647)
Estay Reino, Jaime (526)
Estelrich, Marisa (512)
Estevaordal, Antoni (222)
Esteves, Paulo (695)
Estevez, Frederico (285)
Estill, Adriana (457, 571)
Estrada, Alicia (83)
Estrada-Inguínez, Margarita (197)
Etchemendigaray, Luz (107)
Evans, Michael (200)
Evans, Sterling (630)
Ewell, Judith (384)
F
Faber, Sebastian (279)
Facio, Elisa (606)
Fairfield, Tasha (126)
Fairrís, David (611)
Falcão Silva, Maria Luiza (487)
Falcoff, Mark (52)
Falcón, Sylvanna (677)
Fallaw, Ben (426)
Falleti, Tulia (221)
Fallon, Paul (616)
Fanelli, José María (462)
Fanta, Andrea (119)
Farré, Judith (665)
Faucher, Philippe (624)
Faust, Jörg (487)
Fein, Seth (60)
Feinstein, Tamara (200)
Feldman, Hernán (35)
Feldman, Irina (555)
Feldmann, Andreas (212)
Feliciano, Cynthia (620)
Feliu, Verónica (690)
Feliu-Moggi, Fernando (698)
Feracho, Lesley (355)
Ferman, Claudia (691, 83, 629, 235, 122)
Fernandes, Ana (684)
Fernandes, Carla (301)
Fernandes, Sujatha (322)
Fernandez, Alfredo (408)
Fernandez, Gustavo (561)
Fernandez, James (279)
Fernandez, Lidia (419)
Fernandez, Marco (189)
Fernandez, Pablo Armando (343)
Fernandez, Raul (152)
Fernandez, Raul (360)
Fernández, Christian (338)
Fernández, Estela (498)
Fernández, M. Elisa (661)
Fernández, Marco (682)
Fernández, Salvador (50)
Fernández Berdaguer, Leticia (419)
Fernández Bravo, Alvaro (434, 472)
Fernandez de Castro, Rafael (485)
Fernández de los Ríos, Olga (11)
Fernández Domínguez, Rafael Ramón (678)
Fernández L'Hoeste, Héctor (277)
Fernández Mayo, María Antonia (136)
Fernández Ramil, María de los Angeles (380)
Fernández Salek, K. Fabiola (278)
Fernández Soriano, Armando (463)
Fernández-Osco, Marcelo (321)
Ferradás, Carmen (643)
Ferraro, Agustin (214)
Ferraz, Alexandre (387)
Ferreira, Cesar (634)
Ferreira, Leo (163)
Ferreira, Rocío (536)
Ferreira Farah, Marta Santos (542)
Ferreira Furtado, Júnia (291)
Ferreyra, Aleida (677)
Ferriol Muruaga, Angela Lucia (145)
Ferry, Elizabeth Emma (124)
Fezzardi, Claudia (612)
Ffrench-Davis, Ricardo (462)
Fierro, Enrique (617)
Figallo, Beatriz (20)
Figueroa, Javier (297)
Figueroa, Ramón (303, 646)
Figueroa-lbarra, Carlos (283)
Finkel, Jodi (592)
Fiol-Matta, Licia (358)
Fischer, Brodwyn (365)
Fischer, Emy (529)
Fischer, Sibylle (390)
Fisher, William (363)
Fitch, John (128, 232)
Fitch, Melissa (117)
Fitting, Elizabeth (430)
LASA2004 - 106
Fitzgerald, David (622)
Fitzpatrick Berehns, Susan (174)
Fleischer, David (581)
Fleites, Alex (617)
Flikke, Michelle (2)
Flint, Adam (317)
Flores, Tatiana (594)
Flores Rodríguez, Daynalí (436)
Florez Arcila, Ruben Dario (640)
Florián Cuetú, Orlando (414)
Florit, Luciano (510)
Floro, Maria (145)
Fonseca, Juan (675)
Fonseca, Marco (405)
Font, Mauricio (587)
Forbis, Melissa (194)
Forcinito, Ana (691)
Ford, Eileen (22)
Ford, Katherine (532)
Fornazzari, Alessandro (47)
Fornet, Jorge (667, 73)
Forns-Broggi, Roberto (629)
Forster, Nancy (326)
Fortes, Alexandre (64)
Fortuny Loret de Mola, Patricia (173)
Fosado, Gisela (152)
Fouquet, Anne (191)
Foweraker, Joseph (286)
Fox, Claire (322)
Fox, Jonathan (397, 90)
Francisco, Leal (212)
Franco, Jean (457, 700)
Franco Moreira, Luiza (575)
Franco Pellotier, Victor Manuel (582)
Frank, André (144)
Frank, Reanne (620)
Frantz- Mamani, Amanda (424)
Frazier, Lessie Jo (85)
Freeman, Laurie (549)
Freidin, Betina (609)
Freire, Jesús (179)
Freire, Wilma (406)
French, John (64, 696)
Freyre Roach, Eduardo Francisco (546)
Fridell, Gavin (315)
Friedman, Elisabeth (557, 711)
Frigerio, Alejandro (173)
Fritscher, Magda (510)
Froysland, Hayley (660)
Frundt, Henry (8, 696)
Fuentes, Claudia (429)
Fuentes, Claudio (142, 550)
Fuentes, Vilma (405)
Fuentes Berain, Rossana (273)
Fuentes Diaz, Antonio (355)
Fuentes-Bautista, Marta (711)
Fuertes-Manjón, Roberto (205)
Fujiwara, Luis (542)
Fuks, Mario (493)
Funk, Robert (101)
Fusco, Wilson (528)
Fussell, Elizabeth (528)
G
Gabara, Esther (369)
Gabilondo, Jose (54)
Gable, Dawn (317, 712)
Gahan-Hunter, Tarna (562)
Galarraga Oropeza, Víctor (87)
Galdo, Juan Carlos (634)
Galende, Federico (48, 367)
Galindo, Alberto (479)
Gallegos, Bertha (331)
Galleguillos, Nibaldo (86)
Name Index
Gallina, Andrea (409)
Gallo, Ruben (369)
Galperin, Hernan (39)
Gálvez Ruiz, Xóchitl (180)
Gamarra, Jefrey (499)
Gamez, Moises (659)
Gámez, Gabriela (370)
Gamus, Esther (419)
Gamus, Raquel (443)
Gándara, Guillermo (326)
Garabano, Sandra (618)
Garay, Candelaria (113)
Garcés, Joan (359)
Garcia, Elizabeth (292)
Garcia, Fernando (355)
Garcia, Maria Victoria (499)
Garcia, Soledad (659)
García, Alberto (174, 418)
García, Carmen (529)
García, Gerardo (341)
García, Jaime (680)
García, Mara (475)
García, María Amalia (551)
García, María Elena (674)
García, Omar (655)
García Aguilera, Dodanys (199)
García Álvarez, Anicia Esther (136)
García Borrero, Juan (687)
García Castellón, Manuel (205)
García de Fanelli, Ana María (655)
García del Aguilar, María del Carmen (45)
Garcia Giraldez, Teresa (18)
Garcia Guevara, Aldo (677)
García Pascual, Francisco (131)
Garcia Pinto, Magdalena (35)
García Quiñones, Rolando (579)
Garcia Ruiz, Mercedes (54)
Garcia y Griego, Manuel (485)
García-Bryce, Iñigo (527)
García-Calderón, Myrna (667)
Garcia-Guadilla, Maria Pilar (178)
García-Pena, Lorgia (516)
García-Sánchez, Miguel (102)
Garfield, Seth (644)
Gargurevich, Juan (109)
Garibay, David (102)
Garibotto, Verónica (478)
Garma Navarro, Carlos (709, 585)
Garnelo, Luiza (363)
Garofalo, Leo (658, 201)
Garrard-Burnett, Virginia (675, 81)
Garreta, Jaime (662, 429)
Garrido, Lucy (150)
Garrote, Valeria (398)
Garvey, Brian (601)
Gasparini, Pablo (701)
Gates, Leslie (610)
Gates Madsen, Nancy (615)
Gatica-Arreola, Leonardo Adalberto (79)
Gatti, Gabriel (517)
Gauderman, Kimberly (658)
Gaye, Gungor (12)
Gazol, Antonio (337)
Gebelein, Anne (477)
Gelles, Soledad (340)
Gerassi-Navarro, Nina (320)
Gerber, James (191)
Gereffi, Gary (375)
German, Toro (208)
Gerritsen, Peter (326)
Gherovici, Patricia (554)
Giannoni, Tonya (221)
Giarracca, Norma (497)
Giaudrone, Carla (31)
Gibian, Jill (117, 629)
Gil, Vladimir (521)
Gill, Juliet (163)
Gill, Lesley (430)
Gillingham, Paul (426)
Gingerich, Daniel (582)
Ginway, M. Elizabeth (304)
Gioanetto, Fulvio (680)
Giorgi, Gabriel (381, 668)
Girardo, Christina (316)
Gisselquist, Rachel (705)
Gochal, Joseph (708)
Godenzzi, Juan (444)
Godoy, Horacio (351)
Godoy-Anativia, Marcial (683)
Goertzel, Ted (587)
Gohn, Maria da Glória (362)
Goldberg, David (323)
Goldfrank, Benjamin (40)
Goldgel Carballo, Victor (666)
Goldman, Dara (186)
Goldring, Luin (441)
Goldsmith, Mary (692)
Goldstein, Daniel (355)
Goldstein, Donna (643)
Gollnick, Brian (391)
Golob, Stephanie (572)
Gomáriz, José (699)
Gomez, Angela (168)
Gomez, Gilberto (37)
Gomez, Ivette (665)
Gómez, Antonio (596)
Gómez, Christina (636)
Gómez, Francisco (430)
Gómez, Jennifer (614, 83)
Gómez, María Mercedes (578)
Gómez Cruz, Miguel Angel (680)
Gomez de Souza, Luiz Alberto (217)
Gomez Gomez, Carmen Elisa (93)
Gómez Tovar, Laura (680)
Gomez-Barris, Macarena (690)
Gómez-Calcaño, Luis (557)
Gómez-Chiñas, Carlos (385, 337)
Gomez-Quinones, Juan (207, 254)
Gomide Mochel, Marília (635)
Gomides, Camilo (3)
Goncalves, Joao Felipe (123)
Gonçalves, Andrea Ferreira (495)
Gonçalves Couto, Cláudio (541)
Gonzales-Rivera, Victoria (195)
Gonzalez, Adolfo (588)
Gonzalez, Betina (35)
Gonzalez, Cristina (319)
Gonzalez, Ester (393)
Gonzalez, Gerardo (25)
Gonzalez, Juan (385)
Gonzalez, Lucila (588)
Gonzalez, Ramon (386)
Gonzalez, Secundino (360)
González, Alejandro (208)
González, Carina (434)
González, Edith (295)
González, Patricia (574)
González, Rodrigo (493)
González, Rosa Amelia (178)
Gonzalez Barreto, Oscar (412)
Gonzalez Cueva, Eduardo (89)
González de Mojica, Sarah (588)
González Espitia, Juan (530)
Gonzalez Gutierrez, Carlos (485)
González Gutiérrez, Alicia (621)
González Montes, Soledad (202)
González Olmedo, Graciela (326)
González Sánchez, María Rosa (314)
González Uresti, Araceli (337)
González-López, Gloria (57, 156)
LASA2004 - 107
González-Rivera, Victoria (423)
Gonzalez-Silen, Olga (384)
González-Stephan, Beatriz (515, 390, 73)
Goodman, Ryan (112)
Gootenberg, Paul (417)
Gordillo, Gastón (472)
Gordon, Ariel (652)
Gordon, Edmund (584)
Gordon, Richard (115)
Gordy, Katherine (398)
Gottlieb, Esther (424, 465)
Gouveia, Lourdes (490)
Grabendorff, Wolf (451)
Graeff, Eduardo (587)
Graff Zivin, Erin (644, 71)
Graham, Carol (625)
Graham, Pamela (495, 247, 270)
Graham-Jones, Jean (513)
Grandin, Greg (386)
Graubart, Karen (658)
Gravel, Nathalie (364)
Gray, Margaret (611)
Gray, Tricia (425)
Gray, Vanessa (112)
Greathouse-Amador, Louisa (690)
Greaves, Edward (101)
Greeley, Robin Adele (410)
Green, James (479)
Greene, Kenneth (285)
Griffin, Jane (17)
Grigolini, Silvia (124)
Grimson, Alejandro (683, 165, 184)
Grinberg, Valeria (614)
Grinspun, Ricardo (518)
Gronke, Paul (416)
Grosfoguol, Ramon (104)
Grossman, Richard (110)
Groth, Terrie (144)
Gruben, Anna (544)
Grueso, Libia (219)
Gruesz, Kirsten Silva (141)
Gruner-Dominic, Sandra (407)
Grynspan, Rebecca (561)
Grynszpan, Mario (365, 184)
Guadarrama, Rocio (151)
Guáqueta Girvin, Alexandra (157)
Guardia, Ines (649)
Guarisco, Claudia (693)
Guarnizo, Luis (349, 166)
Güémez-Pineda, Miguel (689)
Guerra, Lillian (199)
Guerra Manzo, Enrique (692)
Guerrero, Elisabeth (162)
Guerrero Chipres, Salvador (648)
Guerrieri, Kevin (33)
Guerron-Montero, Carla (9)
Guevara Mann, Carlos (9)
Guillén, Maryluz (178)
Guimarães, Hélio (471)
Guitel, Virginia (398)
Guivant, Julia (560)
Gundermann, Christian (320, 281)
Gunnels, Bridgette (576)
Gustafson, Lowell (99)
Gutierrez, Carlos (128)
Gutierrez, Daniel (565)
Gutierrez, John (568)
Gutierrez, Ricardo (544)
Gutierrez, Thais (443)
Gutiérrez, Laura (457, 141, 358)
Gutierrez Castillo, Orlando (289)
Gutierrez Lopez, Roberto Javier (10)
Gutierrez Najera, Lourdes (167)
Gutmann, Matthew (156, 236, 274)
Guy, Donna (298, 334)
Name Index
Guzman, Eugenio (52)
Guzman, Rodolfo (699)
Guzman Tapia, Juan (421)
Guzmán-González, Talía (17)
Gynan, Shaw (179)
H
Haake, Claudia (314)
Habell-Pallan, Michelle (469)
Haddad, Angela (374)
Haddad, Sergio (290)
Haedo González, Clara Nila (572)
Haenn, Nora (91)
Hagene, Turid (423)
Haglund, LaDawn (376)
Hagopian, Frances (143, 217)
Hale, Charles (584, 133, 328)
Hall, Anthony (446)
Hallerberg, Mark (708)
Hallin, Dan (206)
Hamann, Byron (639)
Hamann, Carlos (102)
Hamm, Patricia (441)
Hammergren, Linn (389)
Hammill, Sarah (670)
Hammond, John (106)
Handelsman, Michael (453)
Hanselmann, Frederick (403)
Hansing, Katrin (199)
Hartlyn, Jonathan (404)
Hartman, Natalie (216)
Harvey, Neil (45, 286)
Haslam, Paul (626)
Hastings, Craig (147)
Hattingh, Alistair (661)
Hawkins, Eliza Tanner (163, 711)
Hawkins, John (403, 445)
Hawkins, Kirk (442)
Haworth, Daniel (565)
Hayden, Cori (567)
Hayner, Priscila (449)
Hazan, Miryam (484)
Healey, Mark (486)
Hecht Oppenheim, Lois (168)
Hedeen, Katherine (329)
Hedrick, Tace (6)
Hegarty, Kerry (532)
Heidrich, Pablo (518)
Helfand, Steven (318, 275)
Hellinger, Daniel (626)
Hellion, Denise (694)
Hellman, Judith Adler (377)
Henderson De Diaz, Fay (147)
Henken, Ted (399)
Heras, Eduardo Rafael (73)
Heredia, Mariana (486)
Herger, Natalia (290)
Herlinghaus, Hermann (95, 402)
Hermanson, Jeff (448)
Hernandez, Bonar (81)
Hernandez, Helmo (447)
Hernandez, Maricarmen (648)
Hernandez, Mark (514)
Hernandez, Rafael (211, 447)
Hernandez, Tanya (608, 177)
Hernández, Consuelo (58, 33)
Hernández, Iduvina (676)
Hernández, Javier (676)
Hernández, Juan Antonio (547)
Hernández Barrales, Juana Leticia (146)
Hernandez Bielma, Leticia (654)
Hernández Hernández, Alberto (585)
Hernández Otero, Ricardo Luis (437)
Hernández Quiñones, Luis Rafael (699)
Hernandez Ramirez, María (372)
Hernández Romo, Marcela (387)
Hernandez Salvan, Marta (48)
Hernandez-Angueira, Luisa (165)
Hernández-Ojeda, María (618)
Hernández-Reguant, Ariana (94)
Herrera, Lucía (685)
Herrera, Spencer (571)
Herrera Cárdenas, Georgina Filomena (334)
Herrera Jerez, Miriam (382)
Herrera Sormano, Teresa (389)
Herrerias, Maria (694)
Hershberg, Eric (375, 417, 657)
Hertel, Shareen (203, 106)
Herzfeld, Anita (444)
Hesselroth, Alba (175)
Hester, Annette (97)
Hester, Rebecca (620)
Hevia, Pilar (523)
Hib Mainero, Ana Eugenia (59)
Hickman, Jacob (445, 491)
Hidalgo, Dennis (591, 404)
Hidalgo Dé Jesús, Amarilis (476)
Hilgers, Tina (713)
Hill, Sarah (16)
Hind, Emily (49)
Hines, Donetta (645)
Hinojosa, Magda (19)
Hinojosa, Victor (212)
Hirsch, Jennifer (124)
Hirsch, Silvia (643)
Hirsch, Steven (527)
Hite, Katherine (188)
Hochstetler, Kathryn (67, 637)
Hodoyan, Karina (340)
Hoffman, Kelly (417)
Hoffmann, Bert (374)
Hoffmann, Florian (678)
Hoffmann, Heide (680)
Holbek, Trym (471)
Holloway, Thomas (155)
Holmes, Amanda (437)
Holmes, Jennifer (416)
Holst, John (146)
Holt, Katherine (291)
Holton, Graham (295)
Holzner, Claudio (466)
Home, David (563)
Honores, Renzo (633)
Hooker, Juliet (584)
Hopenhayn, Martín (175)
Hopkins, Kristine (65)
Hopkins, Lori (629)
Horbath Corredor, Jorge Enrique (653)
Horne, Luz (119)
Horton, Lynn (425)
Hovey, Rebecca (224, 255)
Howe, Cymene (423)
Howe, James (9)
Howe, Linda (697)
Hsiang, Antonio (540, 159)
Htun, Mala (706, 217)
Huber, Evelyne (488, 561)
Huberman, Ariana (71)
Hu-Dehart, Evelyn (382)
Huesca, Robert (225)
Huffine, Kristin (114)
Hughes, Sallie (163)
Hung Hui, Juan (540)
Hunt, Stacey (19)
Hunter, Wendy (125)
Huntington, Tanya (33)
Hurtado, Milena (197)
Hussain, Imtiaz (99)
Hutchison, Elizabeth Quay (562)
LASA2004 - 108
Hyland, Steven (298)
I
Ibarra-Sandoval, Mario (88)
Ibazeta, Celina (402)
Iglesias, Elizabeth (465)
Iglesias, Norma (93)
Iglesias Morell, Antonio (313)
Ilarragui, Gladys (58, 115)
Ilcheva, Maria (98)
Inácio, Magda (624)
Infante, Jose (355, 102)
Irazuzta, Ignacio (210)
Irigoin, María Alejandra (327)
Irizarry, Guillermo (162)
Irwin, Amanda (531)
Irwin, Domingo (649)
Irwin, Robert McKee (141, 605)
Isacson, Adam (549)
Isakson, Ryan (276)
Isbell, Billie Jean (496)
Isea, Antonio (476)
Isunza Vera, Ernesto (142)
Iturburu, Fernando (670)
Itzigsonhn, Jose (484)
Izecksohn, Vitor (565)
Izquierdo, Lucas (555)
J
Jacobi, Pedro (544)
Jacovkis, Natalia (596)
Jacques, Paola (46)
Jaeger, Frances (617)
Jaffee, Daniel (182)
Jagoe, Eva-Lynn (186)
Jaimes, Hector (476)
Jakubs, Deborah (714)
Jalif, Clara (31)
Jambeiro, Othon (39)
Jambrina, Jesús (94, 74)
James, Joy (594)
Jamieson, Ross (522)
Jansen, Tiago (209)
Jaramillo Edwards, Isabel (688, 24)
Jarrett Bromberg, Shelly (280)
Jauregui, Carlos (69, 308)
Jelin, Elizabeth (657, 377)
Jenckes, Kate (534)
Jenrette, Jerra (465)
Jimenez, Christina (466)
Jimenez, Maren Andrea (311)
Jiménez, Reynaldo (161, 282)
Jiménez Montoya, Andrés (485)
Jiménez Polanco, Jacqueline (358)
Joanilho, André (611)
Johnson, Adriana (534)
Johnson, Diane (163)
Johnson, Gregg (79)
Johnson, Howard (608)
Johnson, Kelli (6)
Johnson, Kevin (570)
Johnson, M. Sherry (211)
Johnson, Niki (380)
Johnson, Roberta (50)
Johnson, Sara (114)
Jonakin, Jon (55)
Jonas, Susanne (622)
Jones, Daniel (213)
Jones, Mark (635)
Jones, Michael (491)
Jordan, Osvaldo (127)
Joseph, Gilbert (566)
Jouve-Martín, José (427)
Name Index
Joysmith, Claire (310)
Juarez-Dappe, Patricia (334)
Jubb, Nadine (423)
Julcarima, Gerson (675)
Jung, Courtney (706)
Just, Diane (324)
K
Kada, Naoko (592)
Kaehler, Laura (104)
Kaempfer, Alvaro (565, 433)
Kaiser, Susana (355, 452)
Kaliman, Ricardo (402)
Kampwirth, Karen (425)
Kanepa, Candice (67)
Kapelusz Poppi, Ana Maria (21)
Kapiszewski, Diana (113)
Kaplan, Betina (474)
Kaplan, Marina (574)
Karl, Terry Lynn (157)
Karlik, Sara (301)
Karush, Matthew (661)
Katz, Friedrich (693, 566)
Kauffmann, Leisa (68)
Kaufman, Robert (442)
Kautzman, Kerry (71)
Kay, Cristobal (638)
Kay, Stephen (707)
Kay, Tamara (203)
Kearney, Christine (587)
Kearney, Michael (167, 133)
Kearns, Sofía (576)
Keck, Margaret (544, 637)
Keech, William (442)
Keefer, Edward (386)
Kellam, Marisa (351)
Kelly, Patricia (152)
Kenney, Charles (496)
Kerbauy, Maria Teresa Miceli (221)
Keshavan, Swarna (654)
Kessler, Alan (26)
Ketchum, Roy (185)
Keys, Eric (13)
Kiddy, Elizabeth (291)
Kim, Mikyung (311)
Kim, Won-Ho (487, 240)
Kimpel Guzmán, Michele (559)
Kirk, John (586, 312, 494)
Kirk, Stephanie (381)
Kirkpatrick, Gwen (27, 72)
Kirzner-Roberts, Jaime (98)
Kissling, Frances (379)
Klahn, Norma (700)
Klaufus, Christien (46)
Klein, Eva (118)
Klepak, Hal (586, 336, 111)
Klesner, Joseph (285, 170)
Klodt, Jason (618)
Knauer, Lisa Maya (398)
Knowlton, Sean (454)
Kochi, Shigeru (63)
Kohout, Michal (13)
Kokotovic, Milos (174)
Konefal, Betsy (127)
Koo, Pedro (435)
Koonings, Kees (499)
Koont, Sinan (325)
Kopinak, Kathryn (559)
Kornblith, Miriam (557)
Kornbluh, Peter (200, 421)
Korzeniewicz, Patricio (225)
Kourí, Emilio (693, 660)
Kovic, Christine (174)
Kraft, Doug (386)
Kraniauskas, John (48, 534)
Krauel, Javier (30)
Kruckewitt, Joan (110)
Krugh, Janis (140)
Kruijt, Dirk (499)
Krupa, Chris (628)
Kruse, Thomas (448)
Kubal, Mary Rose (550)
Kuenzli, Gabriella (524)
Kuhnheim, Jill (4)
Kulawik, Krzysztof (437)
Kullberg, Christina (381)
Kuntz Ficker, Sandra (327)
Kurlat Ares, Silvia (703, 223, 249, 481)
Kurtz, Marcus (488)
Kuss, Malena (355)
L
Lacerda de Melo, Ricardo Oliveira (103)
Laddaga, Reinaldo (5)
Lafer, Celso (451)
LaFountain-Stokes, Lawrence (358, 87, 243,
269)
Lago, Luciana (278)
Lagos, Maria Ines (118)
Lakoff, Andrew (567)
Lamana, Gonzalo (321)
Lambright, Anne (162)
Lamy, Brigitte (673)
Lancaster, Roger (358)
Landau, Saul (525)
Lander, Edgardo (178)
Lander, Luis (283)
Lander, María Fernanda (299, 433)
Landman, Todd (286)
Landolt, Patricia (484)
Lane, Jill (513)
Lang, Michael (401)
Lang, Miriam (16)
Lange, Lynda (414)
Langer, Erick (524)
Langston, Joy (78)
Laó-Montes, Agustin (104)
Lapegna, Pablo (510)
Laporta, Hector (675)
Lara Flores, Sara María (131)
Lara Martínez, Rafael (83)
Larangeira, Sonia (696)
Lardone, Martin (214)
Larkin, Brian (61)
Larrauri, Ramón (356)
Larsen, Neil (300, 687, 535)
Larson, Brooke (43)
Larson, Clayton (403, 491)
Lartigue, Francoise (582)
LaRue, Frank (8)
Lasarte, Javier (515)
Lasarte, Pedro (665)
Latorre, Carolina (59)
Latta, Alex (552)
Lattman Weltman, Fernando (541)
Lau, Ana (195)
Lauderbaugh, George (296)
Laurell, Asa Cristina (464)
Lauria-Santiago, Aldo (110)
Lausent-Herrera, Isabelle (382)
Lawless, Cecilia (667)
Lawo-Sukam, Alain (436)
Lawson, Chappell (285, 416, 206)
Lazo, Rodrigo (556)
Lazo Cividanes, Jorge (220)
Lazos, Sylvia (431)
Lazzara, Michael (118)
LASA2004 - 109
Lazzari, Axel (472)
Lázzaro, Alejandra (380)
Leal, David (26)
Leal Hurtado, Rene (224)
Lean, Sharon (323, 284)
Lear, John (134)
Lebon, Nathalie (176)
Lebrón-Rivera, Rafael (467)
Ledesma Liébana, Patricia (54)
Ledezma, Leonardo (443, 250)
Lee, Erik (428)
Lee, Jaime (107)
Lee, Jongsoo (69)
Leeds, Elizabeth (365)
Leetoy, Salvador (711)
Lefebvre, Andrew (333)
Legler, Thomas (323)
Legras, Horacio (49, 369)
Lehoucq, Fabrice (543)
Leibsohn, Dana (639)
Leis, Raúl (9)
Lemelle, Sydney (490)
Lemos, Maria Carmen (544)
Lemus, Gabriela (431)
LeoGrande, William (525, 199)
Leon, Pericles (399)
León, José (385)
León, Kathy (436)
Leon de Leal, Magdalena (357)
Leonard, Thomas (296, 333)
Lesser, Jeffrey (644)
Levenson, Deborah (386)
Levi, Heather (556)
Levine, Daniel (557, 217, 178)
Levine, Edward (318)
Levine, Elaine (159)
Levins, Richard (463)
Levinson, Bradley (590)
Levitt, Barry (416)
Levy, Juliette (23)
Lewis, Armanda (471)
Lewis, Laura (124)
Lewis, Stephen (61)
Lewis, Tracy (301, 244, 438)
Lewis-Beck, Michael (288)
Leyva, Héctor (83)
Leyva-Solano, Xochitl (637)
Liano, Dante (83)
Lies, William (217)
Liguori, Ana Luisa (156)
Lilliot, Liz (194, 710)
Lima, Lazaro (211)
Lima, Nisia Veronica (132)
Linares, Sebastián (160)
Lind, Amy (176)
Lindeman, Ken (630)
Lindón, Alicia (683, 184)
Lindsay, Claire (76)
Lindstrom, Naomi (670, 162, 604)
Linger, Eloise (362)
Linhard, Tabea (30)
Lira, Andres (715)
Lira, Carlos (411)
Liriano, Alejandra (336)
Lissidini, Alicia (225)
Little, Walter (689)
Liverman, Diana (420, 630)
Livon-Grosman, Ernesto (434)
Lizardi, Jorge (297)
Llanos, Mariana (12)
Lloret, Antonio (630)
Llosa, Sandra (290)
Lloyd-Sherlock, Peter (625)
Loaeza, Soledad (715)
Lobo, Gregory (686)
Name Index
Lockhart, Darrell (28, 71)
Logan, Joy (489, 689)
Loh, Eudora (135)
Lohbauer, Christian (129)
Lokensgard, Mark (470)
Loker, William (91)
Lomagno, Claudia (290)
Lomas, Clara (310)
Londoño, Beatriz (679)
Long, Ryan (175)
Longo, Teresa (4)
Lopes, Dirceu (480)
Lopez, Alvaro F. (580)
Lopez, Carlos (223)
Lopez, Gustavo (580)
Lopez, Iraida (697)
Lopez, Kathleen (382)
Lopez, Marco (511)
Lopez, Miguel (571)
Lopez, Oscar (37)
Lopez, Rick (43)
Lopéz, Ernesto (128)
López, César (50)
López, Eduardo (105)
López, Magdalena (512)
López, Maria de la Paz (357)
López, Quito (680)
López Alonso, Moramay (298)
López Badano, Cecilia (33)
López de la Roche, Fabio (95)
López Díaz, Nancy (606)
Lopez Levy, Arturo (586)
Lopez Oceguera, Rosa (525)
López Paniagua, Rosalía (626)
Lopez Pardo, Candido (519)
Lopez Seoane, Mariano (666)
López Vicuña, Ignacio (555)
López-Abeijón, María (641)
López-Calvo, Ignacio (205)
López-Estrada, Silvia (610)
López-Maya, Margarita (283)
Lopresti, Santiago (618)
Lorenzano, Sandra (598, 645)
Loss, Jacqueline (5)
Loucky, James (77)
Loustaunau, Esteban (466)
Love, Joseph (327)
Loza Otero, Nicolás (100)
Lozano-Alonso, Angélica (571)
Lucarelli, Elisa (655)
Luccisano, Lucy (153)
Luce, Maria Beatriz (356)
Lucena, Hector (448)
Lucero, José Antonio (674)
Lucero, Nicolás (302)
Luciak, Ilja (706)
Lugo Morones, Sonia (409)
Luiselli, Alessandra (69)
Luna, Juan (101)
Luna, Noel (392)
Lund, Joshua (300, 700)
Lustosa, Isabel (109)
Lutjens, Sheryl (494)
Lybecker, Donna (656)
Lynch, Nicolás (126)
Lynd, Juliet (185)
Lyne, Mona (442)
Lyon, Sarah (418)
Lytle Hernández, Kelly (595)
M
Macdonald, Laura (428)
Machaca, Marcela (496)
Machín, Horacio (185)
Macias Rojas, Patrisia (622)
Macias-Gonzalez, Victor (660)
Macip, Ricardo (430)
Mack Chang, Helen (676)
Mackenbach, Werner (669)
Mackinlay, Horacio (510)
MacLeod, Dag (376)
Madero, Roberto (279)
Madrid, Raul (705)
Madurka, Zenaida (435)
Magaloni, Beatriz (285)
Maglia Ferrari, Graciela Esther (588)
Maguire, Emily (381)
Maher, Kristin Hill (562)
Mahler, Sarah (199)
Maidana, Valeria (583)
Maier, Carol (613, 575)
Maier Hirsch, Elizabeth (407)
Maihold, Gunther (451)
Maingon, Thais (443)
Maira, Luis (451)
Mairot, Mark (595)
Maiz Peña, Magdalena (475)
Makler, Harry (446)
Malamud, Andrés (129, 582)
Malbrán, Florencia (456)
Maldonado, Martin (170)
Maldonado-Torres, Nelson (414)
Mallen, Ana (287, 178)
Mallo, Susana (10)
Mamani, Carlos (424)
Manara, Alejandro (281)
Mancuso, Wagner (626)
Mani, Kristina (111)
Manson, Steven (13)
Manz, Thomas (313)
Manzelli, Hernán (213)
Marañón-Pimentel, Boris (131)
Marchesi, Mariana (681)
Marchini, Geneviève (222, 54)
Marcone, Jorge (473)
Marcos, Juan Manuel (301)
Marcus, Benny (552)
Marcus-Delgado, Jane (473)
Mardon, Merrilee (318)
Mardones, Rodrigo (101)
Mares, David (336)
Margolis, Maxine (209)
Marin Castañeda, Orlando (198)
Marko, Tamera (92)
Marois, Thomas (387)
Marquetti Nodarse, Hiram (289)
Marquez, Miguel (519)
Márquez, Arturo (74)
Márquez, Graciela (298)
Márquez, María Fernanda (370)
Marquéz de Armas, Pedro (94)
Marquina, Monica (655)
Marrero, Adriana (290, 356)
Marrero, Miguel (368)
Marshall, Valerie McGinley (344, 256)
Marsicek, Catherine (454)
Martin, Christopher (590, 233)
Martin, James (60)
Martin, Kathleen (1)
Martin, Pamela (284)
Martin, Patricia (167)
Martin, Scott (203)
Martín, Desiree (457)
Martín, Félix (400)
Martín Posada, Lucy (638)
Martín-Cabrera, Luis (119)
Martinez, Ana Beatriz (602)
Martinez, Gerardo (654)
Martinez, Gildardo (21)
LASA2004 - 110
Martinez, Javier (304)
Martinez, Juliana (625)
Martínez, Angelita (444)
Martínez, Enrique (578)
Martínez, Konane (25)
Martínez, Luciano (120)
Martínez, María Elena (201)
Martínez, María Ines (537)
Martínez, Pablo (302)
Martínez, Susana (614)
Martínez Barahona, Elena (160)
Martínez Canizales, Georgina (311)
Martínez Díaz, Mayra Beatriz (70)
Martínez Furé, Rogelio (314)
Martínez Martínez, Adriana (558)
Martinez Reinosa, Milagros Elena (401, 447,
494)
Martínez Rosón, María del Mar (8)
Martínez Valle, Luciano (131)
Martínez-Echazábal, Lourdes (599)
Martínez-Fernández, Luis (564)
Martínez-Gómez, José (660)
Martínez-San Miguel, Yolanda (69)
Martín-Flores, José Mario (616)
Marting, Diane (618)
Martín-Rodríguez, Manuel (600)
Martins, Laura (281)
Martins, Rodrigo (276)
Martins-Filho, Joao (695)
Martorelli Hernandez, Maria Paola (648)
Marturano, Jorge (687, 30)
Marvan Laborde, Maria (142, 459)
Mascareño Quintana, Carlos (221)
Masi, Perla (533)
Masiello, Francine (645, 72)
Masterson, Daniel (296)
Matheny, Nicole (445)
Mathews-Lamb, Sandra (155)
Mathias, Suzeley (288)
Matijascic, Milko (707)
Matiossian, Vartan (210)
Mattiace, Shannan (583)
May, Marlynn (65)
Mayer, Jean (130)
Mayers, Kathryn (115)
Mayes, April (490)
Mazurkiewicz, Orchid (454)
Mc Evoy, Carmen (523)
McAllister, Carlota (386)
McAllister, Lesley (470)
McCaffrey, Katherine (519)
McCann, James (416)
McCann, Katherine (193)
McCaughan, Edward (138)
McClennen, Sophia (596)
McConnell, Shelley (97)
McCormick, Lynn (183)
McCoy, Jennifer (178)
McCrea, Heather (383)
McDonnell, Judy (209)
McElhinny, Vince (90)
McGillion, Chris (110)
McKenna, Peter (586)
McKinney, Scott (406)
McKinnon, Sarah (65)
McLaughlin, Robert (570)
McNee, Malcolm (300)
McNulty, Stephanie (284)
McSherry, J Patrice (62)
Medeiros, Cláudio (74)
Medina, Julia (512)
Medina, Luis (212)
Meehan, Katharine (420)
Megenney, William (642)
Meisch, Lynn (172)
Name Index
Mejia, Armando (77)
Mejia, Maria Consuelo (379)
Mejia, William (166)
Mejía, Edgar (573)
Mejia Acosta, Andres (79, 635)
Mejías-López, Alejandro (530)
Meléndez, Mariselle (116)
Melgar, Lucía (531)
Melgarejo, María del Pilar (685, 512)
Melgoza Valdivia, Javier (448)
Mellon, Cynthia (611)
Melo, Marcus (624)
Mendez, Ernesto (182)
Mendez, Maria Luisa (397)
Méndez, Danny (516)
Mendez de Hoyos, Irma (100)
Méndez-Faith, Teresa (301, 179)
Mendible, Myra (96)
Mendieta Parada, Maria del Pilar (524)
Mendonca, Patricia (545)
Mendoza, Carlos (432)
Mendoza, Edna (559)
Mendoza, Zoila (43)
Mendoza Bohne, Lourdes Sofia (694)
Menendez Alarcon, Antonio (399)
Menjivar, Cecilia (62, 110)
Menkes, Catherine (57)
Mercado, Sarli (577, 619)
Merediz, Eyda (320)
Merino, Ana (26)
Merino Acosta, Luz (84)
Messina, William (136)
Messing, Jacqueline (539)
Meter, Alejandro (28)
Meza, Consuelo (614)
Michelotti, Graciela (645)
Micolta, Patricia (460, 12)
Middlebrook, Kevin (663)
Migues, Arturo (694)
Milanich, Nara (562)
Millan de Benavides, Carmen (588)
Millar, Michael (646)
Miller, Elaine (140)
Miller, Erica (32)
Miller, Karina (381)
Miller, Marilyn (599)
Miller Medina, Eden (21)
Minian, Isaac (385)
Minowa, Mari (519)
Miralles Alberola, Dolores (535)
Miranda, Ana (290)
Miranda Aceves, Marcelino (648)
Miranda Lopez, Manuel (105)
Miranda-Ribeiro, Paula (57)
Miron, Rosa Maria (580)
Mitchell, Christopher (354)
Mitchell, Deborah (661)
Mitchell, Ken (545)
Mitchell, Michael (177)
Mizrahi, Yemile (78)
Mizraje, María Gabriela (28)
Mocca, Edgardo Aldo (541)
Mochi, Prudencio (316)
Moctezuma Yano, Patricia (673)
Moguillansky, Marina (486)
Molina, Isabel (96, 292)
Molina, José (557)
Molina Flores, Alberto (89)
Molina-Gavilán, Yolanda (304)
Mollard, Eric (148)
Mollett, Sharlene (127)
Molloy, Sylvia (575)
Monasterios, Elizabeth (80)
Monder, Samuel (302)
Monereo, Manuel (494)
Monreal, Pedro (375)
Monroy Gómez, Mario (182)
Monsiváis, Alejandro (2)
Montaldo, Graciela (27)
Monteiro, Fernando (544)
Montenegro, Roberto (335)
Montero, Alfred (221)
Montero, Claudia (18)
Montero Sánchez, Susana Andrea (606)
Montes, Sonia (577)
Montes de Oca, Veronica (151)
Montoya, Felipe (455)
Montoya, Rosario (85)
Montoya, T. Mark (355, 600)
Montúfar, César (459)
Moodie, Ellen (82)
Moody, Douglas (204)
Moody, Sarah (685)
Moore, Ann (57)
Moore, Pete (55)
Moore, Robin (599)
Moraes, Juan (582)
Morales, Melissa (277)
Morales González, Rosendo (313)
Morales Nussa, Caridad (465)
Morán, Francisco (27, 392)
Moraña, Ana (433)
Moraña, Mabel (95)
Morán-Palma, Pedro (560)
Morasch, Sara (319)
Mora-Torres, José (492)
More, Anna (114)
Morehouse, Barbara (559)
Moreira, Jorge (108)
Moreiras, Alberto (48, 534)
Morejón Seijas, Blanca (579)
Morello, Henry (698)
Moreno, Alejandro (143)
Moreno, Aluminé (170)
Moreno, Carlos (221)
Moreno, Erika (592, 635)
Moreno, Julio (327)
Moreno, Marisel (612)
Moreno Andrade, Saúl Horacio (459)
Moreno Morales, Daniel (583)
Moreno-Peñaranda, Raquel (511)
Moret, Zulema (58, 476)
Morgan, Nick (686)
Morgan, Terrell (179)
Morgenstern, Scott (635)
Morimoto, Amelia (171)
Morín, Sylvia (529)
Morley, Morris (110)
Morote, Elsa-Sofia (461)
Morrell, James (591)
Morris, Lucy (412)
Morrison, Kym (196)
Morse, Kim (593)
Mortensen, Amy (321)
Morton, Adam (190)
Mosby, Dorothy (162)
Mosheim, Roberto (455)
Mosquera, Daniel (37)
Mosquera Rosero-Labbe, Claudia Patricia (640)
Moss, Daniel (318)
Motta Filho, Atahyde (44)
Mount, Graeme (296)
Moura Maia, Suzana (209)
Mudrovcic, María Eugenia (73)
Mueller, Charles (446)
Mueller, Katharina (707)
Mueller, Philipp (210)
Mújica, Sharon (689, 482)
Mulligan, Tricia (54)
Mumford, Jeremy (633)
LASA2004 - 111
Mumme, Stephen (656)
Munck, Gerardo (543, 561)
Mundy, Barbara (639)
Munguía Escamilla, Estela (15)
Muniz, Maria Gabriela (535)
Muñiz, Elsa (138)
Muñoz, Betilde (12)
Muñoz, José Esteban (358)
Muñoz, Teresa (661)
Múnoz, Boris (339)
Muñoz Cabrejo, Fanni (22)
Muñoz Ledo, Porfirio (451)
Muñoz-Campos, Claudia (573)
Murillo, Daniel (1)
Murillo, Maria Victoria (488, 130)
Murphy, Edward (552)
Murphy Erfani, Julie (278)
Mustillo, Thomas (189, 488)
Muyolema, Armando (362)
Myers, David (651)
Myhre, David (497)
N
Nagy-Zekmi, Silvia (434)
Nahmad Sitton, Salomón (180)
Nallim, Jorge (298)
Naranjo, Rodrigo (367)
Narvaez, Carlos Raul (305)
Nascimento, Marcos (609)
Nasser, Michelle (605)
Natalicchio, Marcela (113)
Nava-Campos, Gabriela (42)
Navarrete, Emma (151)
Navarro, Aaron (426)
Navarro, Alejandra (288)
Navarro, Juan Carlos (625)
Navarro, Marysa (36, 328, 483, 501, 121, 671,
715)
Navarro, Vicente Marc (170)
Navas, María Candelaria (195)
Navia, Patricio (168, 635)
Nazareno, Marcelo (285)
Nazmi, Nader (446)
Negretto, Gabriel (543)
Negroni, Maria (58, 477)
Negron-Muntañer, Frances (96)
Nehring, Marta (188)
Neira Milián, José Ramón (418)
Neira Orjuela, Fernando (197)
Nejamkis, Facundo (53)
Nelson, Alice (51, 615)
Nelson, Diane (567, 43)
Nelson, Lise (167)
Nelson, Roy (324)
Nepomneschi, Martha (603)
Ness, Walter (587, 446)
Nesvig, Martin (633)
Neugebauer, Rhonda (525)
Newling, Catherine (167)
Newman, Kathleen (457, 391)
Ng'weno, Bettina (584)
Nichols, Elizabeth (593)
Nichols, Sandra (672)
Nicholson, Melanie (617)
Niebylski, Dianna (477)
Nielsen, Erik (56)
Nielson, Daniel (442)
Nigro, Kristen (366)
Nishida, Mieko (608)
Nishikawa, Katsuo (159)
Noack, Karoline (658)
Noemi Voionmaa, Daniel (119)
Noguchi, Kazumi (545)
Nogueira, Daniela (544)
Name Index
Norden, Deborah (373)
Norget, Kristin (62)
Norsworthy, Kent (135)
North, Tracy (193)
Norton, Marcy (522)
Nouzeilles, Gabriela (369, 687)
Nova González, Armando Antonio (638)
Novick, Susana (213)
Novoa, Adriana (116)
Nowalski, Jorge (99)
Nudelsman, Susana (324)
Nugent, David (426)
Nunes, Rodrigo (125)
Núñez, Gaspar (145)
Núñez González, Niurka (661)
Núñez Moreno, Lilia Teresa (56)
Núñez-Alvarez, Arcela (25)
Núñez-Noriega, Guillermo (156)
Nunley, Gayle (532)
Nunn, Frederick (373)
Nyberg Sørensen, Ninna (349)
Nylen, William (125)
O
O’Connor, Patrick (477)
Oboler, Suzanne (158, 632, 348)
Ochoa, Ana María (277)
Ochoa, Edna (529)
Ochoa, Marcia (358)
Ochsenius, Carlos (225)
O'Connor, Mary (585)
O'Donnell, Guillermo (377, 561)
Ogaz, Charla (96)
Oglesby, Elizabeth (386)
Oiarzabal, Pedro (210)
Ojeda, Rosa (360)
Olavarria, Margot (2)
Olavarria-Gambi, Mauricio (461)
Olaya, María (537)
Olcott, Jocelyn (16)
Olea, Helena (212)
Oleszkiewicz-Peralba, Malgorzata (26)
Oliart, Patricia (473)
Oliva, Carlos (181)
Oliva Suarez, Mario (655)
Oliveira, Emanuelle (218)
Oliveira, Fabiana Luci (66)
Olivera-Williams, María Rosa (477)
Olivieri, Giannina (649)
Ollier, María Matilde (53)
Olsen, Patrice (411, 15)
Olvera, Alberto (415)
Oñate, Rody (224)
Ondetti, Gabriel (275)
O'Neil Trowbridge, Shannon (707)
Oppenheim, Lois (224)
Ordinola, Miguel (460)
Ordoñez Mazariegos, Carlos (491)
Orlando, Maria Beatriz (653)
Orozco, José (127)
Orozco, Manuel (397, 90)
Orozco-Abad, Ivan (212)
Ortega, Gema (68)
Ortega, Rogelio (360)
Ortiz, Pablo (703)
Ortiz, Ricardo (87)
Ortiz Barba, Ismael (647)
Ortiz Monasterio, Jose (109)
Ortiz-Pérez, Luisa (283)
Osorio, Alejandra (639)
Osorio, Alejandra (605)
Osorio, Carlos (200, 359)
Osorio, Flor (208)
Osorio, Marlen (362)
Otamendi, María Alejandra (583)
Otero, Analia (290)
Otero, Gerardo (497)
O'Toole, Rachel (201)
Overmyer-Velázquez, Rebecca (547)
Owensby, Brian (633)
Oxhorn, Philip (682, 284, 415)
Ozler, S. Ilgu (284)
Ozorio de Almeida, Anna (581)
P
Pabón, Carlos (297)
Pabón Batlle, Luis (467)
Pabon Lopez, Maria (570)
Pachano, Simón (79, 635)
Pacheco, Douglas (295)
Pacheco, Edith (151)
Pacheco Vega, Hector Raul (558)
Pachon, Monica (708, 41)
Pader, Ellen (124)
Padilla, Tanalis (134)
Padilla, Yolanda (61)
Padrón Alfonso, Yamilé (32)
Painemal Morales, América Millaray (194)
Pajuelo, Ramón (583)
Palacio, Juan (286)
Palacios, Indira (126)
Palencia Villa, Mercedes (603)
Palerm, Juan Vicente (511)
Palermo, Alicia Itati (356, 704)
Palermo, Vicente (541)
Pallares, Amalia (583, 710)
Palmeiro, Cecilia (478)
Palmer, Scott (468)
Palomino, Hector (448)
Palou, Pedro (573)
Pampín Balado, Blanca Rosa (409)
Panfichi, Aldo (415)
Pansters, Will (692, 546)
Paola, Sesia (202)
Paquette, Catha (410)
Pardo, Diana (634)
Pardo, Mauricio (588)
Pardo, Osvaldo (338)
Pareja, Roberto (27)
París Pombo, María Dolores (692)
Parish, Randall (526)
Park, Yun-Joo (170)
Parker, L Lynette (389)
Parker, Richard (464)
Parker Gumucio, Cristián (217)
Parodi, Carlos (496)
Parra, Andrea (474)
Parra Sandoval, Maria Cristina (593)
Partida Rocha, Raquel (696)
Partnoy, Alicia (58)
Parys, Jodie (615)
Pastor, Beatriz (204)
Pastor, Robert (428, 468, 561)
Patino, Ana (536)
Patiño, Roxana (279)
Patrício, Inés (541)
Patroni, Viviana (190)
Pattnayak, Satya (99)
Pattroni, Rossana (576)
Paulics, Veronika (542)
Paulino, Eduardo (677)
Paulson, Susan (556)
Pavilack, Joann (Jody) (64)
Paxman, Andrew (60)
Payne, Leigh (615, 350, 89)
Paz, Gonzalo (168, 63)
Pearlman, Justin (545)
Pecheny, Mario (213)
LASA2004 - 112
Pedraza, Silvia (528)
Pedroza, Liliana (475)
Peixoto, João Paulo (587)
Pellegrini, Marcelo (302)
Pellegrini, Tânia (618)
Peluffo, Ana (27)
Peña, Francisco (535)
Peña, Susana (547)
Peña Castellanos, Lázaro (136)
Penglase, Richard Benjamin (365)
Penry, S. Elizabeth (522)
Perales, Jaime (31)
Peralta, Victoria (596)
Peralta Ferreiro, Ania Llays (148)
Pereda, Carlos (685)
Pereira, Anthony (188, 86)
Pereira, Carlos (416)
Pereira-Almao, Valia (557)
Perera, Maria Veronica (677)
Perera Pintado, Ana Celia (579)
Perez, Natalia (555)
Pérez, Alberto Julián (666)
Pérez, Edelmira (131)
Pérez, Louis (440)
Pérez, Orlando (662)
Pérez Cruz, Felipe de Jesus (602)
Perez De Mendiola, Marina (50)
Pérez Expósito, Francisco Luis (540)
Perez González, Juan Orlando (538)
Perez Herrero, Pedro (451)
Pérez Izquierdo, Victoria (664)
Pérez Liñán, Aníbal (450)
Perez Mejía, Angela (629)
Pérez Moncunill, Estela (316)
Pérez Perdomo, Rogelio (160, 633)
Pérez Rodríguez, Cesár (322)
Perez Rojas, Niurka (497)
Pérez Villanueva, Omar Everleny (313)
Pérez Yarahuán, Gabriela (41)
Pérez-Rolo, Marta (312)
Perissinotto, Giorgio (454)
Perla, Hector (181)
Perramond, Eric (13)
Perry, L. Baker (14)
Perugorría, Ignacia (10)
Peruzzotti, Enrique (142)
Pescador, Juan Javier (65)
Peschard, Jaqueline (10)
Pessoa Bergamasco, Sonia Maria (131)
Peters, Philip (525)
Peterson, Brandt (82)
Petesch, Patti (106)
Philbrick, Jennifer Pleasy (491)
Picard, Charmaine (594)
Piccato, Pablo (16, 623)
Pichler, Walter (113)
Pick, James (654)
Picó, Fernando (564)
Pieper, Jadwiga (330)
Pineda, Yovanna (298)
Pineda-Franco, Adela (700)
Pineo, Ron (566)
Piñeyro, José (337)
Pinley, Lisa (60)
Pinto, Céli (284, 176)
Pinto, Katy (197)
Pion-Berlin, David (373, 650, 128, 11)
Pisa, Rosaria (154)
Pisani, Michael (519)
Piscitelli, Adriana (422)
Pitti, Stephen (566)
Plante, Isabel (551)
Platero, Graciela (502)
Plotnik, Viviana (645)
Poblete, Cecilia (651)
Name Index
Poblete, Juan (339)
Poblete, Lorena (664)
Podalsky, Laura (413)
Poggio, Sara (357, 407, 223)
Pojo do Rego, Antônio Carlos (581)
Polaski, Sandra (663)
Polvora, Jacquieline (352)
Ponce, Esteban (478)
Poole, Deborah (355)
Popkin, Eric (441)
Portela, M. Edurne (305)
Porter, Susie (466)
Portugal, Alberto (473)
Posner, Paul (189, 317)
Postema, Joel (576)
Potter, Joseph (311)
Potts, Claude (454)
Potvin, Claudine (47)
Pousadela, Inés (541)
Powell, Kathy (276)
Power, Margaret (330, 21)
Power, Timothy (581, 635)
Prá, Jussara (493)
Pratt, Benjamin (445)
Preibisch, Kerry (153)
Prescott, Laurence (646)
Presta, Ana María (658)
Prevost, Gary (181)
Pribble, Jennifer (706)
Pribilsky, Jason (406)
Prieto, Luis Enrique (596)
Proaño Gómez, Lola (553, 597)
Proenjl, Jose (480)
Puerta Rodriguez, Hilda Elena (55)
Puerto, Alexandra (568)
Puga, Cristina (12)
Pumar, Enrique (400)
Purnell, Jennie (693)
Putscher, Johanna (560)
Puyana, Alicia (462, 653)
Q
Qayum, Seemin (80)
Quadrat, Samantha (452)
Quan, Adan (468)
Quenan, Carlos (400)
Quero, Morgan (316)
Quesada, María Félix (539)
Quesada, Uriel (614)
Quinlan, Susan (218)
Quinones-Rivera, Maritza (292)
Quintela Fernandez, Carmen Barbara (55)
Quintero Ramírez, Cirila (559, 203)
Quintero-Herencia, Juan Carlos (392)
Quiquivix, Linda (77)
Quiroa, Nestor (68)
Quiroga, José (94, 186, 392)
Quiroga, Júnia (57)
Quiroz, Alfonso (199)
Quispe-Agnoli, Rocío (115)
R
Rabasa, José (427, 82)
Racine, Karen (332)
Racusen, Seth (608)
Radakovich, María del Rosario (395)
Radcliffe, Sarah (149)
Raggio, Sandra (4, 51)
Rakowski, Cathy (176)
Ramirez, Edgar (648)
Ramirez, Sara (354)
Ramírez Lemus, María Clemencia (549, 219)
Ramírez López, Berenice (526)
Ramírez-Pimienta, Juan Carlos (616)
Ramos, Ana (472)
Ramos, Ana Yolanda (388)
Ramos, Julio (390)
Ramos, Maria (629)
Ramos, Murilo (39)
Ramos Hernández, Maribel (313)
Ramos-Tovar, María Elena (192)
Randall, Stephen (428)
Rangil, Viviana (636)
Ranis, Peter (611)
Rankin, Monica (333)
Rappaport, Joanne (427)
Rasch, Elisabet (499)
Ratto, María Celeste (53)
Rausch, Jane (219)
Ravelo Blancas, Patricia (498)
Raventós Vorst, Ciska (459)
Rawitscher, Peter (640)
Reagan, Katherine (418)
Reati, Fernando (598)
Reboratti, Carlos (497)
Redruello, Laura (641)
Reejhsinghani, Anju (606)
Regueiro Bello, Lourdes María (526)
Reguillo, Rossana (683, 95)
Reichman, Daniel (399)
Rein, Raanan (20)
Reinauer, Robert (154)
Remedi, Gustavo (597, 703)
Remmer, Karen (488)
Remy, Marisa (496)
Rendón Medel, Roberto (680)
Renique, Gerardo (382)
Renique, José Luis (523, 563, 473)
Renno, Lucio (285, 416)
Reséndez, Andrés (155)
Restall, Matthew (23)
Restrepo, Luis Fernando (69, 115, 229, 262)
Reyes, Bernardo (518)
Reyes, Corinna (520)
Reyes, Israel (204)
Reyes, Marisol (648)
Reyes de Deu, Lucia (402)
Reyes del Campillo, Juan (100)
Reyes Ramos, María Eugenia (45)
Reyes-Ruiz, Rafael (371)
Reygadas, Luis (417)
Reynoso, Diego (100)
Rhodes, Sybil (587)
Ribeiro Hoffman, Andrea (129)
Ribera Carbó, Anna (607)
Riccardi, Teresa (681)
Rice, Roberta (705)
Richani, Nazih (157)
Richard, Nelly (95)
Richards, Patricia (194, 170)
Richman, Karen (173)
Richmond, Douglas (332)
Riella, Alberto (510)
Riess, Barbara (70)
Riley, Jr, John (54)
Rinku Chowdhury, Roy (13)
Ríos, Alicia (390)
Ríos Avila, Rubén (392)
Rios Tobar, Marcela (293)
Rios-Figueroa, Julio (389)
Rios-Neto, Eduardo (311)
Riquelme, Graciela (290)
Riquelme, Jorge (25)
Riquelme, Sonia (436)
Riquer, Florinda (151)
Risley, Amy (170)
Ritter, Archibald R. M. (374)
Rivas, Sara María (436)
LASA2004 - 113
Rivas, Victor (532)
Rivas Aguilar, Ramon (198)
Rivera, Anabella (8)
Rivera, Carla (18)
Rivera Farfán, Carolina (709)
Rivera Herrejon, Gladys (276)
Rivera Sánchez, Liliana (165)
Rivera-Batiz, Luis (400)
Rivera-Velázquez, Celiany (292)
Rivero, Eliana (697)
Rivero, Elizabeth (119)
Robbins, Dylon (30)
Robbins, Jill (50)
Roberts, Elizabeth (567)
Roberts, Kenneth (705, 126)
Roberts, Thomas (712)
Roberts, Traci (161)
Robinson, Amy (134)
Robinson, William (190, 104)
Robledo Hoecker, Marcos (650)
Rocha, Carlos Federico Leão (103)
Rocha Valencia, Alberto (569)
Rockefeller, Stuart (556)
Rockwell, Rick (206)
Rodas Morales, Raquel (710)
Rodeño, Ignacio (600)
Rodrigues, Vera Lucia (364)
Rodrigues Balbuena, Monique (28)
Rodriguez, Ana Patricia (458)
Rodriguez, Clara (96)
Rodriguez, Ernesto (494)
Rodriguez, Fermin (668)
Rodriguez, Juana Maria (87)
Rodriguez, Julia (21)
Rodriguez, Leila (167)
Rodriguez, Leopoldo (376)
Rodriguez, Manuel (360)
Rodriguez, Manuel (297)
Rodriguez, Richard (60)
Rodríguez, Claudia (178)
Rodríguez, Emilio Jorge (646)
Rodríguez, Eusebio (204)
Rodríguez, Juan Carlos (47)
Rodríguez, Mariela (472)
Rodríguez, Néstor (62, 110, 392)
Rodríguez Alvarez, Olga (539)
Rodríguez Arechavaleta, Carlos Manuel (98)
Rodríguez Arregoitia, Mirtha Zeida (295)
Rodríguez Bautista, Juan Jorge (558)
Rodríguez Carrillo, Carmen (191)
Rodríguez Castellón, Santiago (680)
Rodríguez Chailloux, Adrián (362)
Rodríguez Coronel, Rogelio (84, 343)
Rodríguez Gómez, Grisell (601)
Rodríguez Hernández, Dialvys (465)
Rodríguez Hernández, Saúl Mauricio (62)
Rodríguez Kuri, Ariel (411, 694)
Rodriguez Puértolas, Julio (84)
Rodríguez Rodríguez, Aurea Verónica (678)
Rodríguez Salazar, Tania (398)
Rodríguez Santana, Ivette (467)
Rodriguez-Alegria, Enrique (522)
Rodriguez-Balanta, Beatriz (369)
Rodriguez-de-Ita, Guadalupe (195)
Rodríguez-Garavito, César (203, 40)
Rodríguez-García, José (530)
Rodríguez-Mangual, Edna (641)
Rodríguez-McGill, Carlos (433)
Rodriguez-Mourelo, Belen (697)
Rodríguez-Núñez, Víctor (617)
Rodríguez-Remedi, Alejandra (551)
Rodriguez-Saenz, Eugenia (195)
Rodríguez-Vivaldi, Ana María (370)
Roever, Sally (113)
Rogel Salazar, Rosario (495)
Name Index
Rogers, Thomas (64)
Roitman, Karem (172)
Rojas, Catalina (354)
Rojas, Francisco (336, 111)
Rojas, Miguel (512)
Rojas, Olga (151)
Rojas, Rafael (697)
Rojas Ochoa, Francisco (519)
Rojas Pérez, Isaias (549, 449)
Rojas-Garcia, Georgina (191)
Rojer, Olga (34)
Rojinsky, David (294)
Rojo, Juan (571)
Roldán, Martha (387)
Roldán, Mary (139, 219)
Roldán, Ursula (8)
Rolland, Michael (91)
Roman, Rut (33)
Roman-Odio, Clara (329)
Romberg, Raquel (554)
Romero, Catalina (217)
Romero, José (462)
Romero, Mary (570)
Romero Gómez, Antonio Fidel (526)
Romero Pérez, Roberto (511)
Romero Rodríguez, Cira (34)
Romero Salazar, Juan José (313)
Romo, Harriett (528)
Roncador, Sonia (218)
Ronderos, Clara (31)
Rondinel, Sara (340)
Ronzon, Jose (659, 694)
Roorda, Eric (333)
Root, Rebecca (112)
Root, Regina (4)
Roper, James (630)
Ropp, Steven (171)
Roque, Ricardo (614, 83)
Roque Ramírez, Horacio (87)
Roque Valdés, Nelson (63)
Ros, Ana (119)
Rosa, Richard (390, 340)
Rosa Saavedra, Carlos (56)
Rosado, Juan (448)
Rosano, Susana (305, 478)
Rosario-Urrutia, Mayra (564)
Rosario-Velez, Jorge (435)
Rosas, Guillermo (442)
Rosas, María Cristina (429)
Roschelle, Anne (606)
Rosenberg, Fernando (5, 49)
Rosenthal, Joshua (660)
Rosenthal, Tony (4)
Rosin, Eileen (549, 507)
Ross, James (136)
Ross, Kathleen (613, 575)
Rossi, Federico (317)
Rossi, María Cristina (551)
Roush, Laura (139)
Rousseau, Isabelle (214)
Rousseau, Stephanie (545)
Rousset, Peter (463)
Rowley, Michael (6)
Roy, Joaquín (586)
Royce, Frederick (638, 136)
Royo, Sebastian (147, 400)
Rozenwurcel, Guillermo (53)
Rúa, Mérida (388)
Rubin, Jeffrey (139, 184)
Rubinstein-Avila, Eliane (26)
Rubio, Patricia (118)
Rubio, Raul (87)
Rudolf, Gloria (9, 621)
Rudolph, James (460)
Rudolph, Jennifer (26)
Rueda, María Elena (390)
Ruetalo, Victoria (413, 408)
Rugeley, Terry (426, 23)
Ruggiero, Kristin (330)
Ruisánchez-Serra, José (700)
Ruiz, Bladimir (691)
Ruiz, Laura (701)
Ruiz, María Luisa (340)
Ruíz Larraguivel, Estela (419)
Ruiz Valerio, José (214)
Ruiz-Alfaro, Sofía (474)
Ruiz-Ayala, Iván (533)
Ruiz-Rodríguez, Leticia (160)
Rushbrook, Dereka (315)
Russ, Elizabeth (646)
Russek, Dan (120)
Rutter-Jensen, Chloe (686)
Ryan, Jeff (62)
Ryer, Paul (556)
S
Sá, Lúcia (390)
Saavedra, Pablo (707)
Saavedra-Rivano, Neantro (487)
Saba, Raul (569)
Saba, Roberto (459, 177)
Sabatini, Francisco (682, 184)
Sabet, Daniel (362)
Sabogal, Elena (631)
Saborio, Pilar (123)
Sacchetti, Elena (664)
Sadek, Isis (687)
Sadowski Smith, Claudia (187)
Sáenz, Mario (414)
Sáenz de Tejada, Cristina (34)
Sáez, Héctor (455)
Safa, Helen (196)
Sagás, Ernesto (622)
Saiegh, Sebastian (708)
Saint-Pierre, Héctor Luis (128, 288)
Salamanca Solarte, Bibiana Esperanza (640,
184)
Salas Couce, Carola (324)
Salazar Elena, Rodrigo (705)
Saldívar, Ramón (604)
Sales, Teresa (209)
Salgado, Cesar (612)
Salgado Gómez, Antonio (673)
Salkjelsvik, Kari (573)
Salles, Vania (357)
Salomon, Frank (115)
Samayoa, Claudia (676)
Samman, Emma (682)
Sampaio, Anna Christina (431)
Sampedro, Benita (294)
Samson, C. Matthew (548)
Samuels, David (125, 245)
San Martin, R. Magaly (469)
San Pedro López, Patricia (692)
Sanchez, Arturo (183)
Sanchez, Carleen (405, 174)
Sanchez, Omar (652)
Sanchez, Peter (9)
Sanchez, Trinidad (361)
Sánchez, Alejandra (605)
Sánchez, Georgina (586)
Sánchez, Joseph (155)
Sánchez, Roberto (663)
Sánchez, Ruben Antonio (685)
Sánchez, Sergio (610)
Sánchez González, Lisa (612)
Sánchez Román, José Antonio (298)
Sanchez Santiro, Ernest (659)
Sánchez Torres, Fabio (41)
LASA2004 - 114
Sánchez-Ancochea, Diego (104)
Sánchez-Daza, José (337)
Sánchez-Egozcue, Jorge Mario (589)
Sánchez-Prado, Ignacio (95, 700)
Sanders, James (660)
Sandoval, Eduardo (495)
Sandoval, Salvador (130)
Sandoval-Ballesteros, Irma (214)
Sandoval-Sánchez, Alberto (303, 600)
Sanford, Samual (420)
Sanford, Victoria (154)
Sanjinés, Javier (597)
Sanmartín, Paula (70)
Sans, Isabel (702)
Santa Cruz, Arturo (323)
Santander, Carlos (12)
Santiago, Eduardo (425)
Santiago, Myrna (610)
Santibáñez Tijerina, Blanca Esthela (15)
Santibáñez Tijerina, María del Carmen (15)
Santos, Boaventura de Sousa (40)
Santos, Cecilia (422)
Santos, Katia Regina (355)
Santos Zertuche, Francisco (411)
Saona, Margarita (474)
Saraceni, Gina (698)
Saraiva, Miriam (129)
Saravi, Gonzalo (151)
Sarmiento-McGillis, Silvana (305)
Sarsfield, Rodolfo (143)
Saull, Richard (566)
Sautu, Ruth (Maria) (10, 396)
Saxton, Daniel (455)
Scanlan Lyons, Colleen (630, 105)
Schatzman, Christina (283)
Schedler, Andreas (143)
Schelonka, Gregory (341)
Scheper-Hughes, Nancy (464)
Scherlen, Renee (14)
Schiffman, Maryanne (355, 679)
Schirmer, Jennifer (354)
Schiwy, Freyra (47, 17)
Schjolden, Line (527)
Schmidt, Benito (64)
Schmidt, Ella (539)
Schmidt, Gregory (706, 252)
Schmidt, Joao (493)
Schmidt, Rita (422)
Schmidt, Simone (422)
Schmidt-Cruz, Cynthia (117)
Schmidt-Díaz de León, Ileana (61)
Schmink, Marianne (91)
Schmukler Scornik, Beatriz Elba (357)
Schneider, Aaron (624)
Schneider, Débora Valeria (170)
Schockaert, Ingrid (610)
Schoelkopf, Sarah (577)
Scholz, Claudia (137)
Schrank, Andrew (488, 55)
Schreffler, Michael (639)
Schroeder, Kathleen (14)
Schroeder, Kevin (42)
Schroeder, Paul (489)
Schulman, Ivan (699)
Schulz, Barbara (641)
Schulz, Markus (395)
Schutte, Ofelia (424)
Schwartz, Marcy (575, 162)
Schwegler, Tara (707)
Schweisguth, Melissa (182)
Schwentesius Rindermann, Rita (409)
Schwindt-Bayer, Leslie (79)
Sciolla, Carolina (563)
Scott, Renee (161)
Scott, Winston (403)
Name Index
Scott, Yamile (538)
Scribner, Druscilla (450, 592)
Scruggs, TM (514)
Seales, Diana (420)
Seawright, Jason (113, 287)
Secchi, Darci (363)
Segura, Renata (677)
Seidman, Gay (610)
Seif, Hinda (570, 158)
Seigel, Micol (60)
Seiglie, Carlos (400)
Seiner Lizárraga, Lizardo Alfredo (21)
Selee, Andrew (78)
Seligmann-Silva, Marcio (218)
Seligson, Mitchell (143, 583, 450)
Selmeski, Brian (628)
Selnes, Gisle (305)
Sepulveda, Emma (58)
Serbin, Andrés (181)
Serbin, Kenneth (226, 260)
Seri, Guillermina Sofía (459, 452)
Serna, Miguel (10)
Serra, Ana (599)
Serviddio, Luisa Fabiana (551)
Servín, Elisa (134)
Seymour, David (506)
Shadlen, Ken (520)
Shaiken, Harley (272)
Shamsie, Yasmine (518, 429)
Shapiro, Ester (636)
Shapiro, Helen (350, 462)
Shea, Maureen (536)
Sheinin, David (20, 296, 468)
Shelley, Barry (145)
Shirk, David (623, 572)
Shreck, Aimee (182)
Shtromberg, Elena (92)
Shumway, Nicolas (257)
Siavelis, Peter (635)
Sick, Deborah (455)
Sicouly, Patricia (701)
Sieder, Rachel (66)
Siegel, Rebecca (116)
Sieglin, Veronika (192)
Sierra Madero, Abel (479)
Sigal, Pete (479)
Sigmund, Paul (52)
Silber, Irina Carlota (154)
Silberling, Louise (363)
Silva, Andre (480)
Silva, Eduardo (353, 626)
Silva, Ernesto (412)
Silva, Marcio (363)
Silva, Maria Isabel (292)
Silva Cazares, Carlos (607)
Silva Santelices, Enrique (682)
Silveira, Cláudio (331)
Simonelli, Jeanne (174)
Singer, Matthew (41)
Sinnigen, John (3)
Siqueira, Carlos Eduardo (209)
Sirola, Paula (1)
Sirvent, María Teresa (290)
Sisco, Amelia (491)
Sisk, Christina (3)
Siskind, Mariano (517)
Sitler, Robert (362)
Siulc, Nina (349)
Skuban, William (563)
Slade, David (433)
Slaughter, Zipporah (352)
Sloan, Steve (394)
Sluis, Ageeth (22)
Smale, Robert (524)
Smilde, David (173)
Smith, Adriana (491)
Smith, Benjamin (607)
Smith, Gavin (430)
Smith, Heidi (505)
Smith, Peter (286, 29)
Smith, Robert (672)
Smith, Stephanie (23)
Smith, William (149)
Smotherman, Teresa (205)
Smulovitz, Catalina (66)
Snodgrass, Michael (61)
Snodgrass Godoy, Angelina (355)
Soares, Samuel (569)
Soifer, Hillel David (626)
Soldano, Daniela (486)
Solis, Marcelo (117)
Solís Nicot, Yves (607)
Solo de Zaldívar, Victor Bretón (497)
Solomianski, Alejandro (698)
Solórzano González, Rafael (680)
Sommer, Doris (458, 132)
Somuano, Maria Fernanda (100)
Sor, Federico (452)
Sorensen, Diana (4)
Sørensen, Ninna (166)
Soria, Claudia (281)
Sorj, Bila (422)
Sormani, Nora (553)
Sorrensen, Cynthia (91)
Soruco, Gonzalo (206)
Sosa-Buchholz, Ximena (628, 406, 251, 271)
Soto, Angel (168)
Soto Laveaga, Gabriela (156, 383)
Sousa, Mariana (417)
Souza, Heloisa (209)
Souza-Fuertes, Lizbeth (205)
Sovik, Liv (355)
Spalding, Karen (658)
Spalding, Rose (90, 405)
Sparks, Garry (81)
Speck, Bruno Wilhelm (97)
Speck, Mary (211)
Spencer, Jayne (296)
Spenser, Daniela (566)
Spicer-Escalante, Juan Pablo (76)
Spronk, Susan (500)
Staats, Joseph (389)
Stahler-Sholk, Richard (181)
Stallings, Barbara (487)
Stambaugh, Emily (454)
Staples, Meredith (546)
Starr, Pamela (78)
Staton, Jeffrey (623)
Staudt, Kathleen (623)
Steele, Cynthia (613, 391)
Steele, Heidi (394)
Steigenga, Timothy (173)
Steinberg, Samuel (555)
Stemper, David (428)
Stengel, Márcia (603)
Stephen, Lynn (154)
Stephens, John (488)
Stephenson, Marcia (489)
Stephenson, Skye (325, 224)
Stern, Peter (410)
Stevens, Camilla (366)
Stevens, Daniel (188)
Stevenson, Linda (293)
Stewart-Gambino, Hannah (52)
Stifter, Rachel (418)
Still, Gloria (329)
Stillerman, Joel (2, 527, 238, 265, 657)
Stock, Ann Marie (596)
Stokes, Susan (285, 350)
Stolle-McAllister, John (282)
LASA2004 - 115
Stone, Cynthia (320)
Straka Medina, Tomás (198)
Straubhaar, Joe (711)
Streeter, Stephen (20, 62)
Studer Noguez, Ma. Isabel (428)
Stuesse, Angela (165)
Stuven, Ana Maria (18)
Suárez, Juana (512)
Suárez, Leticia (57)
Suarez Cao, Julieta (53)
Suarez-Potts, William (298)
Suero Rodríguez, Angel Mario (136)
Sugg, Katherine (531)
Sugiyama, Natasha Borges (542)
Summerhill, William (327)
Svidler, Constanza (35)
Swanson, Kate (628)
Swarthout, Kelley (394)
Sweeney, Ernest (334)
Symeonidis, Haralambos (444)
Szabó, Eva Eszter (622)
Szasz, Ivonne (156)
Szok, Peter (9)
Sztainbok, Vaninna (469)
T
Tabares Neyra, Lourdes (401)
Tabuenca Córdoba, María del Socorro (310)
Tachinardi, Maria Helena (581)
Takahashi, Yuriko (78)
Tamagno Arauco, Carla Julia (349)
Tamayo, Sergio (552)
Tamayo-Fernández, Caridad (667)
Tamborini, Christopher (418)
Tanaka, Martín (496)
Tandeciarz, Silvia (51, 690)
Tapia Tovar, Gabriel (558)
Taracena, Arturo (386)
Tardio, Therese (669)
Tarica, Estelle (489)
Tarrés, Maria Luisa (154, 293)
Tatar, Bradley (2)
Tate, Julee (3)
Tate, Winifred (354)
Tavares, Marcelo (578)
Tavares de Almeida, Maria Herminia (624)
Tavera, Ligia (293)
Taylor, Alexander (613)
Taylor, Analisa (687)
Taylor, Henry (325)
Taylor, Lewis (426)
Taylor, Marcus (190)
Taylor, Steven (102, 635)
Tcherepashenets, Nataly (120)
Teivainen, Teivo (500)
Tell, Verónica (681)
Tenenbaum, Barbara (332)
TenHuisen, Dwight Raak (115)
Tenorio-Gavin, Lucero (59)
Teubal, Miguel (510, 497)
Thale, Geoff (525)
Thayer, Millie (422)
Theidon, Kimberly (449, 496)
Thomas, Gwynn (330)
Thomas, Lorrin (158)
Thorburn, Diana (54)
Thorne, Eva (584)
Thorpe, Andy (145)
Tibiletti, Luis (662)
Tibiletti, María de la Paz (336)
Ticas, Sonia (195)
Tierney-Tello, Mary Beth (702)
Tilly, Chris (387)
Tinker Salas, Miguel (198, 490)
Name Index
Tirado Villegas, Gloria Arminda (15)
Tiramonti, Guillermina (602)
Togores-González, Viviana (589)
Tokatlian, Juan (111)
Toledano Redondo, Juan Carlos (304)
Tompkins, Cynthia (393)
Toral, Pablo (400)
Torezani, Silvia (565)
Toro-Morn, Maura (606)
Toro-Tulla, Harold (653)
Torrecilla, Arturo (467)
Torrejón, Carolina (714)
Torres, Gabriela (110)
Torres, Rodolfo (632)
Torres Luna, Blanca Esthela (192)
Torres-Duque, Oscar (302)
Torres-Saillant, Silvio (632)
Tortorici, Zeb (479)
Toscano, Ariel (655)
Totoricagûena, Gloria (210)
Tovar, Jennifer (311)
Tovar Mendoza, Jesús (98)
Townsend-Bell, Erica (317)
Traffano, Daniela (595)
Tranchini, Elina (408)
Trejo, Guillermo (583)
Trejo Delarbre, Raúl (372)
Trevizan, Salvador (318)
Triana, Juan (136)
Trigo, Abril (598)
Triguboff, Matías (53)
Trinkunas, Harold (650)
Trujillo Bretón, Jorge Alberto (15)
Trujillo Félix, Juan de Dios (409)
Tsunekawa, Keiichi (222)
Tula, María Inés (380)
Tulchin, Joseph (688, 627)
Tulchin, Lisa (186)
Tuma, Virginia (30)
Tuman, John (387)
Tuninetti, Angel (434)
Turner, Brian (214)
Turner, Christina (179)
Turner, Ernesto (337)
Turner, Richard (280)
U
Ugarte, José (662)
Underiner, Tamara (513)
Ungar, Mark (188, 86, 106)
Uno, Saika (143)
Unruh, Vicky (366, 575)
Unzueta, Fernando (433)
Urbina, Nicasio (83)
Urdangarain, Giovanna (17)
Uriarte, Miren (589)
Uribe, Alfredo (659)
Uribe, Victor (633, 242, 268)
Urquidi, Víctor (663)
Useche, Bernardo (152)
Uslenghi, Alejandra (668)
Usubiaga, Viviana (551, 681)
Uzín, María (701)
V
Vaggione, Juan (548)
Valadez, Martin (660)
Valdés, Nelson (312, 494)
Valdes García, Felix (454)
Valdes Paz, Juan (375, 447)
Valdés Zurita, Leonardo (100)
Valdez, Patricia (714)
Valdez-Tappata, Maria (189)
Valdivia, Angharad (96)
Valdivia Pérez, Julia Irelia (313)
Valenzuela, Andrea (437)
Valenzuela, Arturo (377)
Valerio-Holguín, Fernando (641)
Valko, Jennifer (76)
Valko, Marcelo Luis (522)
Valle, Maria Eva (198, 490)
Valle, Víctor (429)
Valle Flores, Angeles (419)
Vallecorsa, Daniele (65)
Vallejo, Alejandra (12)
Van Cott, Donna Lee (705, 651)
van Delden, Maarten (187)
van Dun, Mirella (499)
Vandegrift, Darcie (547)
Vanden, Harry (181)
Vanegas Arrambide, Guillermo (192)
VanSickle, Alix (284)
Varady, Robert (559)
Varese, Stefano (88)
Vargas, Juan (498)
Vargas, Patricia (357)
Vargas, Sergio (148)
Vargas, Virginia (150)
Vargas-Betancourt, Margarita (68)
Vargas-Cetina, Gabriela (85)
Vargas-Hernández, José (520)
Vasallo, Norma (424)
Vassoler, Ivani (108)
Vaughn, Mary Kay (149)
Vaz, Lilian (684)
Vazquez, Alvaro (694)
Vazquez, Mariana (129)
Vázquez, Alexandra (514)
Vázquez Betancourt, Tomás Ramón (655)
Vázquez García, Verónica (153)
Vázquez-Castillo, Maria Teresa (278)
Vega, Alejandra (563)
Vega Rodriguez, Rosalba (498)
Veiga, Joao Paulo (203)
Velasco, Alejandro (384)
Velasco Ortiz, Laura (511)
Velasquez Nimatuj, Irma (386)
Velazco, Salvador (412, 299)
Velázquez Licea, Eulalio (146)
Velcamp, Theresa (595)
Velez, Diana (341)
Vélez-Ibáñez, Carlos (511)
Venancio Filho, Paulo (456)
Venator Santiago, Charles (591, 631, 177)
Venegas, Cristina (413)
Vera Rojas, María (339)
Verdeja, Ernesto (677)
Verdesio, Gustavo (597, 703, 223)
Verduzco, Gustavo Felix (191)
Vergara, Angela (527)
Vergara Low, María de la Paz (714)
Verissimo Barbieri, Carolina (545)
Vernengo, Matias (461)
Vetter, María Alicia (146)
Vickers, George (97)
Victoriano, Felipe (367)
Vidal, Hernán (597)
Viera-Tirado, Angel (569)
Viladrich, Anahi (335)
Vilanova, Núria (598, 187)
Vilas, Carlos (283)
Vilella Janeiro, Olga (332)
Villa, Rafael (695)
Villafuerte Solís, Daniel (45)
Villalobos, José Pablo (616)
Villalobos, Sergio (5)
Villanueva, C. Alberto (302)
Villaronga Sweet, Luis (564)
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Villena Garrido, Francisco (413)
Villoria Nolla, Maite (686, 596, 408)
Vinson III, Ben (383, 201)
Viscardi, Nilia (290)
Viterna, Jocelyn (466)
Vittadini Andrés, Susana Nélida (540)
Viveros Vigoya, Mara (202)
Vizcarra Bordi, Ivonne (153)
Voekel, Pamela (22)
Vogl, Christian Reinhardt (560)
Vogl-Lukasser, Brigitte (560)
von der Heydt-Coca, Magda (317)
von Vacano, Diego (7)
Vreeland, James (708)
W
Wada, Takeshi (500)
Wade, Christine (468)
Waguespack, David (520)
Waisbord, Silvio (142)
Waisman, Sergio (575)
Walas, Guillermina (691)
Waldron, John (305)
Walker, David (14)
Walker, Lara (529)
Walker, Lee (405)
Walker, Margath (2)
Wallace Fuentes, Myrna (384)
Walsh, Ellen (492)
Waltenburg, Eric (159)
Wampler, Brian (542)
Ward, Peter (215, 149)
Ward, Thomas (699)
Warren, Adam (568)
Warren, Elizabeth (155)
Warren, Jonathan (674)
Waslin, Michele (431)
Waters, William (406)
Weathers, Gwyndolyn (225)
Webber, Alexandra (572)
Webb-Pullman, Julie (295)
Weeks, Gregory (550)
Weimer, Tanya (532)
Weinstein, Martin (102)
Welch, Cliff (696)
Welch, Kimberly (490)
West-Durán, David (612)
Weyland, Kurt (488, 625, 377)
Wheeler, Jill (672)
White, Steven (613, 576)
Whitehead, Laurence (129, 234)
Whitehead, Rebecca (478)
Whitfiel, Esther (94)
Whitney, Robert (664)
Whittle, Daniel (67)
Wibbelsman, Michelle (628)
Wickham-Crowley, Timothy (275)
Wigozki, Karina (515)
Wilcox Young, Linda (99)
Wilde, Alexander (188, 714)
Wilder, Margaret (148)
Williams, Heather (139, 284)
Williams, Judith (513)
Williams Daniel, Anne Felicity (385)
Willingham, Eileen (433)
Wilson, Bruce (66)
Wilson, Carole (416)
Wilson, Suzanne (212)
Wilson, Timothy (703)
Wilson de Garcia, Tamar Diana (636)
Winant, Howard (674)
Winn, Peter (21, 657)
Winterberger, Suzanne (465)
Wirpsa, Leslie (157)
Name Index
Wise, Carol (350)
Wise, Michael (8)
Withers, Amy (677)
Wittman, Hannah (318)
Wogart, Peter (567)
Wolfe, Amanda (347)
Wolfe, Edith A. (92)
Wolford, Wendy (275)
Woo, Ofelia (407)
Wood, Cynthia (14)
Worby, Paula (620)
Wright, Angus (318, 275)
Wright, Joseph (650)
Wright, Steven (46)
Wright, Thomas (224)
Wright-Rios, Edward (660)
X
Xalma, Cristina (374)
Y
Yáñez-González, Leslie (560)
Yankelevich, Pablo (595)
Yannitell Reinhardt, Gina (55)
Yashar, Deborah (583)
Ybarra, Patrice (513)
Yezer, Caroline (496)
Young, Elliot (22, 382)
Young, Philip (9)
Youngers, Coletta (549, 496)
Yu, Hsiao-Yun (540)
Yudice, George (220, 604)
Z
Zabala, Maria del Carmen (424)
Zabludovsky, Gina (107)
Zacarías, Armando (109)
Zacchi, Jose Marcelo (24)
Zahler, Reuben (384)
Zahniser, Steven (276)
Zaldívar, Trinidad (563)
Zalik, Anna (45)
Zambrano, Rosalba (133)
Zamorano, Carlos (359)
Zamosc, León (717)
Zapata, Francisco (657)
Zapata, Roger (29)
Zapata Martelo, Emma (153)
Zarza, Maria (65)
Zavella, Patricia (85)
Zaverucha, Jorge (86)
Zechmeister, Elizabeth (546)
Zemborain, Lila (58)
Zepeda Miramontes, Eduardo (663)
Zeraoui, Zidane (399)
Zevallos Aguilar, Emma Livia (10)
Ziegler, Sandra Liliana (603)
Zimmerman, Marc (458, 436)
Zimmermann, Matilde (601)
Zirker, Daniel (688)
Zlolniski, Christian (511)
Zoco, Edurne (351)
Zoninsein, Jonas (352)
Zorn, Elayne (621)
Zovatto, Daniel (97, 561)
Zubiaurre, Maite (50)
Zucco, Cesar (582)
Zuluaga, Felipe (518)
Zúñiga, Fabiola (1)
Zurlent, Dozthor (317, 712)
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