Registration for Oaxaca 2019 is now open!

¡Oye! Conference registration is now open for Oaxaca 2019.

Complete the conference registration form.

Pay your conference registration fees here.

Rates until January 15, 2019

  • Professional membership and early bird conference: $130 and includes
    • faculty, independent scholars, and university staff based in the U.S.
  • Discounted membership and early bird conference: $100 and includes
    • students
    • post-docs
    • contingent faculty
    • scholars based outside of the U.S.
    • emeritus faculty

Accommodation in Oaxaca – SECOLAS – 2019 annual meeting

Here is information on accommodation in Oaxaca:

Holiday Inn – this is the conference hotel

  • We have a block of rooms for the nights of 27, 28, 29, 30 March 2019.
  • Choices are between two queen beds and one king bed
  • Price is 1,660.05 MXN (~$81.50 USD) per night
  • Click here for reservations
  • Event code: SEC
  • Be advised that if you choose to stay in the Holiday Inn outside the dates listed above, there is an increase in the nightly rate.

For our colleagues who are interested staying longer or dates outside those listed above, SECOLAS has been informed of the following hotels. We are also working to secure group rates, and will provide that information if we are able to do so.

Oaxaca 2019 – Deadline extended to November 1!

At the requests and interests of several colleagues, we have extended the deadline to submit an individual paper or panel abstract for our 2019 in Oaxaca to November 1, 2018.
 
To submit your proposal, click here.

 

¡Oaxaca 2019! Call for Papers

Come one! Come all!

 

Join SECOLAS in Oaxaca, México in late March 2019 for our 66th annual meeting.

 

Submit your abstract here.

 

Historias will be back, but we are enjoying some summer holiday

Never you fear. The Historias team is taking a short, but well earned, summer holiday and is planning a full schedule of quality programming in the fall!

Stay tuned!

Member Alison Bruey publishes a new book

Congratulations to SECOLAS member Alison J. Bruey on the upcoming publication of her new book Bread, Justice, and Liberty: Grassroots Activism and Human Rights in Pinochet’s Chile!

It is now available for pre-order from the University of Wisconsin Press at a discounted price of $30.

Discounts for course adoption are also available through the press.

Find it here and enter the discount code at checkout: AA101

David Carey to co-edit a new book series

SECOLAS member David Carey has partnered with Renata Keller to launch a book series entitled Critical Latin America published by Brill.

Check it out!

Member Christina Bueno wins book prize!

Christina Bueno, a longtime friend and member of the organization, won the Michael C. Meyer Prize (Best Book on Mexican history in a five year period) for her book The Pursuit of Ruins: Archaeology, History, and the Making of Modern Mexico. This award is given by our friends at RMCLAS.

¡Bravo Christina!

Christina Bueno’s The Pursuit of Ruins

Katy Kole de Peralta on women and syphilis in colonial Lima

Katy Kole de Peralta just published a portion of her SECOLAS 2018 talk. Check it out!

Dying to heal: Women and syphilis in colonial Lima, Peru

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