Session 5, 1:45pm-3:15pm

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17. Digging Deeper: the History, Consequences, and Responses to Natural Resource Exploitation in Latin America

Location: Wine Room

Chair: Steven Hyland, Wingate University

Natural resource exploitation in LATAM

Camilo De Los Rios, Duke University

Extractions: Eco-Media, Mining, and the Amazon

Jessica Milhomem Doyle, Duke University

Climate Adaptation in Latin America: A Systematic Review

Gabriela Nagle Alverio, Duke University

Discussant: Jonathan Peralta, Duke University/University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

18. Studies in Latin American and Caribbean Poetics

Location: Churchill Room

Chair: Maria Zalduondo, Bluefield University

Transnational Remembrances: The Corona Fúnebre dedicated to la señorita Carmen Luisa de Montbrun (1883)

Maria Zalduondo, Bluefield University

On Miguel Arnedo-Gómez’s Conception of “Blackness, Mestizaje, in the Prose and Poetry of Nicolás Guillén”

Reginald Bess, College Language Association

Naturalismo y protofeminismo en la poesía de Mercedes Cabello de Carbonera (1845-1909)

Mahdia Ben-Salem, Lincoln Memorial University

Dimensions of Experience: Space and Time in the Elisa Díaz Castelos Principia

Brian T. Chandler, University of North Carolina, Wilmington

Poetic Remodeling of Anton Bruckner in the Oracular Poetry of Jaime Saenz

Joseph Mulligan, Duke University

19. Indigeneity and Mestizaje in Latin America

Location: Mayfair Room

Chair: Lean Sweeney, University of Virginia

Afro-Peruvian Invisibility in Narratives of Mestizaje: Locating Afro-descendants in National Dualism and Indigenismo

Dan Cozart, University of North Carolina, Charlotte

Re-crafting identity in western Honduras: How indigenous Lenca artisans assert their identity and craft traditions within a changing national tourism industry

Hannah Toombs, University of Florida

La Naturaleza: Indigenous v. Western Environmental Struggles in Central America

Amber H. J. Chiero, Augusta University

“We Marched for this Consultation”: Exploiting the Indigenous Right to Free, Prior, and Informed Consultation in Defense of Bolivia’s Territorio Indígena y Parque Nacional Isiboro Sécure (TIPNIS)

Leah Walton, University of North Carolina, Charlotte

20. Accountability, Corruption, and Security in Latin America

Location: Parlor Room

Chair: Stephen D. Morris, Middle Tennessee State University

Corruptions Persistence in Mexico: The Politics of Gatopardismo

Stephen D. Morris, Middle Tennessee State University

Citizen Security in Latin America: What is the Problem?

Mary Rose Kubal, St. Bonaventure University

Corruption and Anti-Corruption Efforts in Argentina during the Macri Presidency

Charles H. Blake, James Madison University