Session 10, 3:30pm-5:00pm

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37. K-12 Teacher Workshop: “Demystifying Haitian Vodou”

Location: Wine Room

Organizer: Duke-UNC Consortium in Latin American and Caribbean Studies

Moderator: Corin Zaragoza, Duke-UNC Consortium

Presenter: Crystal Eddins, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

38. Youth, Gender, and Class Subjectivities in Latin American Film and Fiction

Location: Churchill Room

Chair: Maya Socolovsky, University of North Carolina, Charlotte

Caminos y barreras: la construcción de personajes femeninos en Niña errante

Carlos de Oro, Southwestern University and Noelia Cigarroa-Cooke, Southwestern University

Narratives of Shame and Healing: Tourism, Consumption, and Solidarity in Malín Alegría’s Young Adult novel Sofi Mendoza’s Guide to Getting Lost in Mexico

Maya Socolovsky, University of North Carolina, Charlotte

Tigres y gatos: An Anti-capitalist Fable in Neoliberalizing Mexico (1970-1990)

Brad H. Wright, Kennesaw State University

39. Memory, Misogyny, and Optimism in Latin American Leaders

Location: Mayfair Room

Chair: Colin Snider, University of Texas at Tyler

El Salvador’s Civil War in Political Rhetoric of Nayib Bukele and Nuevas Ideas

Saul Leon Dubon, University of Texas at Dallas

Misogyny in the government of Jair Bolsonaro (2019-present)

Marcia Fernandes, Federal University of São Paulo

Gabriel Boric: Another Dark Horse Wins the Race to La Moneda

Linda E. Moran, Freed-Hardeman University

40. Empire and the Inter-American System

Location: Parlor Room

Chair: Micah Wright, Lincoln UniversityPedro “Pete” Augusto del Valle and Puerto Rican Responses to Empire

Micah Wright, Lincoln University

Child of the Sea: Janie Duggan and the Baptist Church and Missions in Puerto Rico 1899 – 1911

Johnny Irizarry Rojas, Florida International University

Friend or Foe? Two U.S. Government Offices and Mexico

Wendi Kavanaugh, University of Texas at Dallas