Session 7, 9:15am-10:45am

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25. Art, Race, and Intersectionality in Early Modern Latin America and the Caribbean (1500-1800)–Part I

Location: Wine Room

Afro-Latin Art History: Identity, Representation, and Intersectionality

Brisa Marie Smith Flores, University of California, Los Angeles

Reading Inhumanity in the Casta Paintings of New Spain

Aubrey Hobart, Savannah College of Art and Design

Teaching Race in the Global Renaissance Using Local Art Collections

Lisandra Estevez, Winston-Salem State University

Discussant: Ilenia Colón Mendoza, University of Central Florida

26. Myth, Nation, and Subjectivities in Latin American Cultural Production

Location: Churchill Room

Chair: José Manuel Batista, University of North Carolina, Charlotte

The Show Must Go On: The Family and Memory of Ricardo Bell in Twentieth-Century Mexico

Steven Bunker, University of Alabama

La leyenda y el mito como liberación en la narrativa de Gabriel García Márquez

Rafael E. Hernández, Converse University

Entre Villa y una mujer desnuda de Sabina Berman: Entre el mito y la pasión en el México de los 90

Verónica Pérez-Picasso, University of Missouri, Columbia

Epistemic Disobedience in Alanna Lockwards Marassa y la Nada

José Manuel Batista, University of North Carolina, Charlotte

27. New Directions in Argentine History

Location: Mayfair Room

Chair: Steven Hyland, Wingate University

Zoo Visitors or Specimens? Indigenous Peoples and the Buenos Aires Zoo, 1904-1922

Ashley Kerr, University of Idaho

Broadsheets in the desert: insurrection, reform and legitimacy in Neuquén, Argentina, c.1917

Javier Cikota, Bowdoin College

1928 as a Transformative Year for Argentine Sports

Rwany Sibaja, Appalachian State University

28. Roundtable: Powering Mexican History

Location: Parlor Room

Diana J. Montaño, Washington University in St. Louis

Germán Vergara, Georgia Tech

Discussant: Reynaldo de los Reyes, Colegio de México