Session 8, 11:00am-12:30pm

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

Location: Wine Room

The Cult of St. Anthony of Padua in Colonial Yucatán: The Intersection of Assimilation to Appropriation

C. Cody Barteet, Western University

Composing the World in Spanish Colonial Painting

Ana Girard, University of Houston/Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Puerto Rican National Identity in the Work of José Campeche

Ilenia Colón Mendoza, University of Central Florida

Discussant: Aubrey Hobart, Savannah College of Art and Design

30. Mediated and Millennial Mexico

Location: Churchill Room

Chair: Mario Bahena Urióstegui, Johnson C. Smith University

The Highly Mediated Digital Mexicanidad: How the Mexican Nation is Currently Reimagined in YouTube

Mario Bahena Urióstegui, Johnson C. Smith University

The Barista Knows Best: Gendered Work Experiences in Mexicos Specialty Cafés, 2010-20

Jordan Buchanan, UC San Diego

31. Close Encounters: Sexuality and Transgression in Colonial Yucatan, Mexico

Location: Mayfair Room

Chair: Catherine Tracy Goode, The Americas Research Network

As Her Sons Pimp:Sex and the Encomienda in Colonial Yucatan

Hannah R. Abrahamson, Emory University

Defying the Pragmática in Yucatan: Freedom to Love in the Time of the Intendants

Mark W. Lentz, Utah Valley University

“‘[I want you to] …confess that I have honor:Womens Honor and Sexuality in Early 1790s Mérida

Catherine Tracy Goode, The Americas Research Network

Discussant: Michele McArdle Stephens, West Virginia University

32. Education, Disability, and Resource Allocation in the Time of Pandemic

Location: Parlor Room

Chair: Mahdia Ben-Salem, Lincoln Memorial University

Recursos de enseñanza post-pandémicos en cursos de lengua para hablantes por herencia

Karla González, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor

Experiencias Docentes para la Creación de una Cultura de Prevención de Desastres. Caso: Escuela Segura

Miriam Milagros Carreño Colchado, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos

El Año Más Largo: Caring for people with psychosocial disabilities amidst the pandemic in Lima, Perú.

Julio Villa-Palomino, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill