This page lists all the accepted papers by author. Click on a panel reference to see the panel page and paper details.

Abraham, DanielaForging a New Paradigm: Artisans as the Nexus of Intellectual Resistance in Late Nineteenth-Century Puerto RicoP10
Afuape, OlusegunAssessing Crises of State formation in nineteenth century Mexico.P36
Aguiar, LeilaPublic heritage, Tourism and national identities in BrazilP37
Aguilar, GonzaloEl hombre en harapos: ética y estética de la desposesiónP25
Aguilo, IgnacioTransgressive indigeneity: race and eroticism in Argentinian art photographyP25
Aikman, SheilaLanguage, indigenous knowledge and gold mining: language shift among the Arakmbut of the SE Peruvian Amazon. P12
Almeida, BarbaraOlympics and Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro 2016: the discourses of Brazilian media and academyP19
Alves, CândidaStudent mobility in Latin America: shifting identitiesP07
Amrith, MeghaRethinking identity in contemporary São PauloP39
Anthias, PenelopeContesting sovereignty at the (post)colonial frontier: indigenous land titling and local landowner resistance in the Bolivian ChacoP11
Balen, Maria ElisaStigmatization and special moneys: social implications of a CCT in Montes de María, ColombiaP31
Banwell, JuliaEthical Issues in Teresa Margolles' Aesthetic of DeathP25
Barrow, SarahOut of the Shadows: Peruvian Cinema at the turn of the millenniumP05
Battaglia, DianaCubaness as an Imaginative construction in Leonardo Padura Fuentes' productionP24
Bell, Lucy'Beyond Literature: The Intermediality of Julio Cortázar's _Todos los fuegos el fuego_'P03
Bold, RosalynContested constructions of Environment and Indigeneity in Contemporary BoliviaP16
Boliver Reynaud, ItaliaCrystallization and Neo-Plasticism in 'Rayuela' by Julio CortázarP03
Boyd, MelissaFrom "el imperio de las bayonetas" to "un mal necessario"; constructing and contesting legitimacy in the political discourse of the early national period. P36
Brading, RyanHugo Chávez and Cancer: a new theme for populist discourse and the crystallisation of his 'Cult of Personality'?P06
Brandi, LuciaWhose future is it anyway? Mexican indigenous language maintenance and a Freirean educational experimentP12
Bustos, CamilaUse of indigenous culture in the construction of a tourist image of the Chilean National Identity.P09
Butterworth, JamesDisputing Indian Imaginaries: Andean Pop Stars in Neoliberal PeruP23
Caballero, BeaReconstructing national identity: the uses of cultural heritage in the representation of Peruvian ancient pastP09
Cadaa, Raul MarioIs the "aguante" a Macho matter? A contribution to the public policies on football violenceP19
Calderon Muñoz, MariaMarianismo revisited: the appropriation of the Virgin Mary by Catholic women In QuitoP22
Callejas, DeniseDemocracy as Resistance: Civic and Aesthetic Engagement in Carmen Naranjo's Mi Guerrilla (1977)P20
Canessa, AndrewConflict, Claim and Contradiction in the New Indigenous State of BoliviaP11
Capelán, AnnikaDoing audio-visual fields on woolen fiber (Pampas) P04
Capelo Cavalcante, Peregrina F.A Place with the Size of the WorldP04
Carballo, Ana EstefaníaEarly Visions of Empowerment: The Radical Latin American Contestation of Human DevelopmentP33
Carlos, GiselaThe re-configuration of racism and its narrativesP26
Carmody, MichelleThe public heritage of opposition movements and their use in the construction of a 'pink' national identity in Argentina. P09
Carrera-Hernandez, Ady P.Is social spending supporting human development? Evidence from Oaxaca, MexicoP31
Carter, DanielFast and Slow-track Revolutionary Strategies in Chile during the Popular Unity Period, 1970-73. P33
Carter, ThomasWhat are we seeing? Spectacle & Sport in Latin AmericaP19
Castellano, CristinaThe Mexican national identity through the museums: the construction of new heritage from feminism and migrationP09
Catala Carrasco, JorgeCuba and the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939)P30
Celestina, Mateja"See what you like, hear what you like, but you don't tell anything": violence, fear and displacement in ColombiaP08
Chornik, KatiaSongs of Torture: Music in Chilean Detention Centres during the Pinochet RegimeP08
Chuva, MárciaNational identity and cultural heritage in Brazil: problematizing valuesP09
Cicalo, AndréSlave Heritage and the Nation: Changing Discourses in Brazil?P09
Clark, FionaAppealing to the Republic of Letters: an autopsy of anti-venereal trials in eighteenth-century MexicoP18
Close, DavidArnoldo Alemán, Daniel Ortega and the Quality of Democracy in NicaraguaP06
Collins, Sandra'Permutando en el submundo que nadie pesca'. The role of the 'flayte' in Mapurbe (Mapuche urban) cultural productionP20
Cordova, LorenaPraxis and Research on Language Revitalization: Perspectives from the Mexican and Latin American Experiences of CollaborationP12
Cowling, CamilliaEngendering Abolitionism in the Atlantic World: Women and Anti-Slavery Rhetoric in Brazil and Cuba P28
Crow, JoannaClaiming a Place in the Public Sphere: Mapuche Poetry in Contemporary ChileP20
Cru, JosepExploring grassroots efforts to revitalise Yucatec Maya in MexicoP12
Cunha, NeivaPacifying the poor: the effects of Rio de Janeiro's public security policyP02
D'Argenio, Maria ChiaraPhotography and Foundational Depictions of Indigeneity in El Perú Ilustrado magazine (1887-1892)P23
Dabul, LígiaMatters on audiovisual experiments in researchesP04
Daguerre, AnneWorker's self-management in Argentina: state ideologies, policy responses and worker subjectivitiesP35
Davies, CatherineWomen and Independence in Latin America: A New Digital ResourceP28
de Albuquerque Ferreira, SueldaMigrações Internacionais: Imigrantes Brasileiros em Portugal e o Retorno P07
De Faria Santos, Joao PauloStudent mobility in Latin America: shifting identitiesP07
de la Maza, FranciscaEntre el conflicto y el reconocimiento: negociaciones de la política indígena chilena en la AraucaníaP11
del Aguila, AliciaRethinking liberalism and Indigenous Citizenship in Peru. The corporate inclusion of indigenous people to suffrage in the Nineteenth CenturyP10
Dias, GustavoMoving through the borders: the mobility of Brazilian migrants to LondonP07
Diaz Cerda, Veronica ElenaClaiming rights for torture victims under global governance : the role of human rights organizations in post-dictatorship Chile.P43
Dietrich, Martha-CeciliaNo right to be seen - (in)visibility and notions of agency in contemporary PeruP04
Domínguez, FortinoAgrarian conflicts between the zoques of Chiapas: interethnic problems and state burocratization P11
Doyle, RosiePronunciamientos, Constitutions and the Discourse of Rights 1821-1876P36
Drinot, PauloThe Venerealization of Peru: Race and Medical Knowledge in the Andean PeripheryP18
Dunn, KateNo me hablen de las puertas del infierno / Yo estuve allí : the poetry of Alicia Partnoy as testimonioP20
Dwyer, KathleenTruncated Dreams: Honduran Retornados, Deportados, y MutiladosP07
Elston, CherilynPoetry and Women's social movements in Colombia: Piedad Morales and la razón poética.P20
Faustino, JeanSinging the Exodus: migration and brasilian popular musicP37
Fay, StephenThe Cuban Canon Abroad: The foreign travels of Fernando Ortiz, Alejo Carpentier and Jorge MañachP30
Fernandes Guerreiro, AmandaMúsicos Brasileiros em Lisboa: Mobilidade, Bens Culturais e SubjetividadeP07
Ferreira, FranciscoThe legacy of "violence" in the Peruvian highlands: A community-based approach in the region of Ayacucho.P08
Ferrero, Juan PabloPolitical liberalisation and social policy in Brazil and Mexico: divergent paths in healthcare sector reformsP31
Fleet, NicolasFragmented consciousness and student movement in Chile: toward organic intellectuals? P13
Fotta, MartinViolent Relations: Revenge and Segmentarity Among the Calon Gypsies of Bahia, BrazilP08
Fulquet, GastonThe curse of natural resources? Science, politics and sectoral interests in the development of sustainable biofuels in South AmericaP01
Gall, OliviaPerspectives on contemporary anti-Semitism in Latin America: The case of Mexico and its contextP26
Gall, OliviaLázaro Cárdenas, governor of the state of Michoacán, 1928-1932: ¿preparing a populist national government for 1934-1940?P32
Garavelli, ClaraGlocal Encounters with Nature in Contemporary Latin American Cinema.P05
Garcia-Orellan, RosaThe image of women in Marianismo and Franquista National Catholicism: A Comparative AnalysisP22
Gasiorowski, DominikaRepresenting Prostitutes in Mexico City: Marginality in the Photographs of Maya GodedP25
Ginzberg, EitanEl Cardenismo: An Institutionalized Populist Model for Reconstructing post-revolutionary countries?P32
Gledhill, JohnThe production of insecurity in Brazil and MexicoP02
Gleghorn, CharlotteIndigenous Filmmaking in Peru: Utopia or Reality?P23
Gómez, Pablo SebastianMigration, Remittances and Development in Latin America. The cases of Paraguay and BoliviaP07
Goodwin, GeoffRural radicalism in the Andes? A critical appraisal of Rafael Correa's "Agrarian Revolution" P34
Gräbner, CorneliaPoetry against Consolation during the Apotheosis of NeoliberalismP20
Halart, SophieInform(al) Matters: Subaltern practices and periodicity in dictatorial Chile and ArgentinaP25
Hammond Matthews, CharlotteOs filhos do Pai Tomás: Uncle Tom's Cabin in Brazilian anti-slavery literature.P28
Hofmann, SusannePolitical versus entrepreneurial subjectivities among sex workers in Mexico: exploring formal and informal politicsP35
Hoppert-Flaemig, SusanSecurity Responses in Hybrid Political Orders: The Gang Truce in El Salvador in 2012P02
Howard, RosaleenLanguage rights and linguistic decolonization in the AndesP12
Hume, Mo'No one takes responsibility': uncovering the gendered political connections between multiple forms of insecurityP02
Iamamoto, Sue A. S.Memories of warfare in contemporary BoliviaP09
Isaza, AlejandraMusicians and Nation: the construction of a national music culture in Colombia, 1848 - 1910P09
Ivancheva, MariyaChronicle of a death foretold: radical protest on a radical universityP13
Jenss, AlkeEnfoque diferenciado: Extractivismo y Estado autoritario en México y ColombiaP15
Jerade Dana, MiriamPerspectives on contemporary anti-Semitism in Latin America: The case of Mexico and its contextP26
Johnson, KavitaThe Caribbean and Asia in Changing International Relations: An investigation of Asia's Interest in the RegionP01
Junqueira Lage Carbone, BeatrizNeeds-talk and Rights-talk: Insights into the "Bolsa Família" Program Public Debate in BrazilP31
Kremer, Flavia'I thought we were making a fiction film, but this is a film about reality!': 'fiction', 'reality' and ethical dilemmas in ethnographic filmmaking.P04
Laing, AnnaTerritories in Resistance: Fighting for the Plurination in Bolivia P16
Lambert, Peter"The limits of agency: Lugo and the 2012 coup in Paraguay". P06
Lang, LucianaThe Mangrove and the Forest Code: What will the tide bring in next time? P16
Lantz, AndrewDiscourses of Violence in Mexican Narcoculture P08
Lanza, PabloThe non-professional actor and the representation of the marginalized in the New Argentinian Cinema through the film Estrellas (Federico León and Marcos Martínez, 2007)P05
Laurie, NinaMobile musicians: Indigenous identity making in the Peruvian evangelical church during the civil warP07
Lazzarino, RunaViolence as a relational and multifaceted experience in the process of subject making among "victims" of human trafficking in the Central-West Region of BrazilP43
Leer, LarsGenealogía de la violencia actual mexicana P02
Lesshafft, HannahPlacebo, Candomblé, and the Art of Performative HealingP18
Lima, JuniaPoetic language and forms of resistance in the Zapatista communiquésP20
Lima de Sousa, HelenRediscovering Antônio Gonçalves Teixeira e Sousa: Representations of the Loyal Black Slave in Brazilian RomanticismP03
Lulkowska, AgataPhotographer in the field: researching visual representations of the Indigenous IdentitiesP04
Machado Campos, CynthiaMigration to London and Return to Brazil: The impact of the Exile Upon Sao Paulo Youth Culture in the 1970s and 80sP39
Maldonado, Oscar JavierDevelopment, Epidemiology and Disease geographies: cervical cancer enactments in Latin AmericaP27
Malheiros, JorgeMigrações Internacionais: Imigrantes Brasileiros em Portugal e o Retorno P07
Manresa Axisa, Maria AntoniaEcuador's 2010 Intercultural Education System: Attempting a meeting of equals?P12
Marchena Magadán, Raúl(In)visibility of the homosexual social subject in Cuban queer exodus: the Mariel case.P07
Marchi Jr., WanderleyOlympics and Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro 2016: the discourses of Brazilian media and academyP19
Martinez, Edna YicedAcumulación primitiva permanente. El caso de la Palma de aceite en la Frontera Colombo-Ecuatoriana, P15
Martinez Cortes, Mario ArturoInterculturalidad and Higher Education for Indigenous Peoples: Exploring the Possibilities of a Freezing Object in Tropical LandsP35
Martins Junior, AngeloComplexities and contradictions in Latin American women's migration experiencesP07
Massidda, Adriana LauraRadical Urbanism in Buenos Aires Shantytowns: from the Federación de Villas y Barrios de Emergencia to the Movimiento Villero Peronista (Buenos Aires, 1965-1976)P33
Mayer, DavidFashioning the future via the past: Marxist debates about history and 1960's Latin American RadicalismP33
McAleer, PaulTransculturation and Indigeneity: A Study of the Symbols and Narrative Structures in Ciro Alegría's Los perros hambrientos and El mundo es ancho y ajenoP23
McCutcheon, Erin"No Men in Uniform, No Children, No Dogs, No Women": Negotiating In/Visibility of Women Artists from 1970s MexicoP25
Meirovich, HilenThe interplay of international and domestic forces in the development of climate policy: the Mexican CaseP40
Miorelli, RominaThe Politics of Cash Transfers in Chile and EcuadorP31
Monteiro, RodrigoChanges and uncertainties in public security at Rio de JaneiroP02
Montoya, AinhoaWhen Security Is No Longer a Right: The Implications of the Punitive Turn in Post-War El Salvador P02
Moreno Figueroa, MonicaAnti-racism and privilege in the Americas: UNESCOs International Coalition of Cities against RacismP26
Muhr, ThomasFraming '21st Century Socialism': David Harvey's Co-Revolutionary Theory of Social Change and Bolivarian Counter-GlobalizationP34
Munoz-Solano, NeferCarlos Yushimito del Valle, a transnational writer of the twentieth-first centuryP03
Murray, MarjorieUnderstanding early mothering in Chile today: affordances and limitations of marianismo as a key theoretical tool P22
Nem Singh, JewellordSpaces of Conflicts and Cooperation: How National imperatives for Extraction Shape Environmental Politics in the Southern Cone P01
Newman, JonathanA critical analysis of the 'turn to affect' in studies about Latin American violenceP08
O'Shea, PatrickDiasporic Absence in Contemporary CubaP24
Ogden, RebeccaImagination, encounter and exchange in contemporary Cuban tourismP24
Oliva Mendoza, CarlosBolívar Echeverría: use value and ethos BaroqueP33
Ollivier, SergeFrom desarrollismo to ventajismo: AD and COPEI clientelism in Caracas' barrios (1958-late 70's)P32
Orchard, XimenaMediatized politics and personalised leaderships: the Chilean caseP06
Osuna, CarmenJiwasanaka. Political Discourses and Educational Practices on "lo aymara" in Bolivia.P12
Ozarow, DanielWorker's self-management in Argentina: state ideologies, policy responses and worker subjectivitiesP35
Palacios González, CésarContesting Eugenics, the Evaluation of Race in the Aftermath of the Mexican Revolution.P26
Palestini, StefanoDevelopment and Regionalism in South America: the cases of Energy and Infrastructure within UNASURP01
Parry, SarahRepresentations of Men in Colombia's Marginalised Communities: 'Barbaric' Masculinity?P22
Paz, MarianoScenes from postmodern Argentina: the films of Esteban SapirP05
Pearce, StephanieThe ALBA; a Venezuelan Project for Latin America & the Caribbean?P34
Pellegrini, AlessandraBecoming wealthy, becoming citizens: coca growing and resistance in the Bolivian YungasP10
Pereira, AlexandreBrazil's national policy on solid waste and waste pickersP40
Perez Marin, YariThe writing medicine woman: manuscript culture and conventual recipe collections in late colonial MexicoP18
Perez-Simon, LuisCulture Without Borders: Cyber Journals and Cuban CultureP30
Pessoa Cavalcanti, RoxanaGun control, the politics of fear and neoliberal governance: A case study of the Brazilian referendumP02
Pigott, CharlesResistance in an Andean PoemP20
Pinilla Roncancio, MonicaDisability and Social Protection in Latin AmericaP40
Posocco, SilviaHabeas Corpus: Transnational Adoption, Subjectivities and Relations 'under Erasure' and Reconfigurations of the Body Politics in Contemporary GuatemalaP35
Posso, KarlAn Ethics of Alarm and Beauty: Cildo Meireles, from Politics to SensationP25
Prates, Antonio" Social capital, weak ties and patronage as alternative paths for poor communities to get access to collective goods"P32
Raby, Diana21st Century Socialism in Venezuela: challenging the reform and revolution dichotomyP34
Radcliffe, SarahPositioning interculturalism in Chile's Intercultural Bilingual Education Programme: Neo-liberal constraints and failed practices of pluralismP12
Raglianti, FelipePassing money on with cyborgs in Chile and UK P27
Ramos, DanielaGender and political representations in Brasília - BrazilP22
Riethof, MariekeEnvironmental social movements and the political economy of natural resources in BrazilP01
Rios, SandraSocial Emotions in Societies in Conflict: The Case of Bojayá (Colombia)P08
Roberts, PhilipThe Praxis of the Movimento Sem Terra of Brazil - Theoretical and Practical Issues Since the Cold War Period P33
Robles-Ortiz, ClaudioStruggles in the Countryside and National Politics in Chile's "Troubled Twenties"P10
Rodriguez, CarlosRelaunching the Latin American Indigenous Problem in the Post-State EraP11
Rodriguez, JennyComplexities and contradictions in Latin American women's migration experiencesP07
Rojo Mattos, Luiz FernandoA bridge from 2007 to 2016: a way to make the adapted sports more visibleP19
Romero-Delgado, MartaRethinking Violence, Gender and War. Women in the Peruvian armed groups.P43
Ruiz, JuanFrom physical to symbolic urban periphery: social and cultural fragmentation in Santiago de Chile. P08
Ruse, Jamie-LeighDisplaced Death, Situated Peace: An exploration of how Mexican activists living in Barcelona experience, and affect, the reality of Mexico´s Drug War.P08
Sanchez Vargas, Derly"Sustainability that matters": Certifications, enactments and multiplicity in the Colombian sustainable coffee productionP27
Schell, PatienceCultivating Natural History Knowledge in Nineteenth-Century ChileP18
Scorer, JamesPhotography, Ruins and IndiansP23
Sdrigotti, FernandoSlackers: Middle Class Stasis and Neoliberal Desolation in New Argentine CinemaP05
Siegel, KarenSpaces of Conflicts and Cooperation: How National imperatives for Extraction Shape Environmental Politics in the Southern Cone P01
Silva, AdeliaImigração brasileira em Portugal: Retornar, transitar ou permanecer?P39
Smith, FrankViolence, cultural conceptions and affective state - the case of Primavera del IxcanP08
Sou, GemmaHousehold level disaster risk reduction: autonomous adaptation or de politicisation P16
Souza, Grace IaraLocal perceptions from a global natural resource: The Brazilian Amazon caseP16
Tadeo Fuica, BeatrizIndependent Films without a Mainstream Cinema: A Close Look at UruguayP05
Taniguti, GustavoOccupational Mobility of Japanese Immigrants and Economic Development Politics in Brazil: The Case of Agricultural Cooperatives, 1930-1980P07
Tavares de Freitas, PatríciaMobilidades espaciais, laborais e familiares - Trajetórias biográficas e territorialidades de migrantes bolivianos(as) que se inseriram no setor de confecção das cidades de São Paulo e/ou Buenos AiresP07
Tedesco, LauraLatin America Democracy. What to do with the leaders?P06
Thakkar, AmitThe Fiction and Photography of Juan Rulfo: Poetics of Evocation and ResistanceP20
Thornton, NiamhRe-Defining the Global and the Local in Film Festivals: Mexico City's Centenary CommemorationP09
Tierney, PatriciaDoris Salcedo and Derrida's Ghost: Ethical Challenges and Art History's LanguageP25
Tonhati, TaniaIs the Atlantic ocean separated us? Transnational families: Daughters and Parents RelationshipP07
Torresan, AngelaPacifying the poor: the effects of Rio de Janeiro's public security policyP02
Tosta Barbato, Luis FernandoThe African legacy: the power of race and climate on the formation of peoples and their impact on the formation of Brazilian societyP41
Treviño-Ramírez, Elsa MonicaMe acuerdo, no me acuerdo: Memory, history and identity in Las batallas en el desierto and Vidas perpendiculares P03
Turner, JimmyGaúchas and the heterogeneity of machismo: Does machismo make analytical sense in the South of Brazil?P22
Urbina, MariaPolitical Practices wihti Neoliberal State, Clientelism in the Chilean Socialist PartyP32
Vazquez, LuisThe Peasant Rondas of Mexico: end or beginning of commmunal conflict?P11
Velázquez Leyer, RicardoPolitical liberalisation and social policy in Brazil and Mexico: divergent paths in healthcare sector reformsP31
Vermeerbergen, LanderThe veins of labour and sickness: a qualitative comparative analysis on the relation between labour migration and health in the Peruvian mining industryP07
Viotti Barbalato, MatíasLegitimizing punitive power through Peruvian "gangs"P02
von Gleich, UttaEducación intercultural bilingües para niños migrantes en contextos urbanos: la experiencia de Sucre/BoliviaP12
Waldmueller, Johannes Human Rights Indicators in Ecuador: The Idea of Measuring Progress toward Justice between "national" Buen Vivir and "public" SumakawsayP34
Washbrook, SarahIndependence for those who remained unfree: slavery in Venezuela, 1821-1854P41
Webb, AndrewPositioning interculturalism in Chile's Intercultural Bilingual Education Programme: Neo-liberal constraints and failed practices of pluralismP12
Weber, KatinkaMonte Verde, 'nuestra casa grande': (Re)constructing indigenous territories and the environment in 'post-neoliberal' Bolivia?P16
Wilding, Polly'No one takes responsibility': uncovering the gendered political connections between multiple forms of insecurityP02
Wood, David'Supercholo' and the Indigenous Sporting HeroP23
Wright, ClaireEl estado de emergencia como mecanismo de represión de la protesta indígena: un análisis de los conflictos sobre recursos naturales en Perú, 2008-2012P15
Zaluar, AlbaWarrior ethos and cruelty among drug dealers in favelas of Rio de JaneiroP08
Zuniga, NievesThe constitutional recognition of indigenous peoples in Bolivia after Evo Morales: limitations and opportunitiesP11