And that’s a wrap.

The 69th annual meeting has officially concluded. Thank you very much to all participants who joined us in person and virtually. SECOLAS hopes the occasion was productive intellectually and socially. We look forward to seeing everyone next year in Antigua, Guatemala.

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

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 Read more…

Session 9, 1:45pm-3:15pm

33. Round Table: ¡Celebra Latinx!: Celebrating Latinx Culture with a Spanish Reading Program Location: Wine Room Organizer: Mauricio Hernandez, Duke University Laura Andrade, Duke University Olivia Bond, Duke University Melody Gao, Duke University Discussant: Ofelia Lopez, Duke University 34. The Body and Violence in Latin American Latin American Literature and Read more…

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

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 Read more…

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

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 Read more…

Session 6, 3:30pm-5:00pm

21. Latin American Politics and Party Competition: Identification, Race, and Victimization Location: Wine Room Chair: Mary Rose Kubal, St. Bonaventure University District Selection and Racial Identity: Determinants for Voting in the Colombian Congress’ Black District Mateo Villamizar-Chaparro, Duke University Progressive Ideology and Support for Punitive Crime Policy: Experimental Evidence from Read more…

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

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: Read more…

Session 4, 11:00am-12:30pm

13. Politics, Religion, and Aesthetics: Contributions from the Peripheries of Brazilian Society Location: Wine Room Chair: John D. French, Duke University From Dictatorship to the Brazilian New Republic in Crisis: Understanding Lula’s Political Leadership, 1985-2022 John D. French, Duke University Fraternity or Farce? Brazilian Black Consciousness Movements in the Centenary Read more…