Latin American and Iberian History Workshop

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Thursday, September 11 from 12-1 in Mergenthaler 266
Professor Jeffrey D. Needell (University of Florida/History & Latin American Studies)

The workshop will be a discussion of his important 2001 Journal of Latin American Studies article “The Abolition of the Brazilian Slave Trade in 1850: Historiography, Slave Agency and Statesmanship”

Tuesday, September 16 from 12-1 in Mergenthaler 266
Joseph Clark (History)

Tuesday, October 21 from 12-1 in Mergenthaler 266
Katherine Bonil Gómez (History)

Tuesday, November 4 from 12-1 in Mergenthaler 266
Matthew Franco (History of Science)

The workshop is a venue for the presentation and discussion of graduate student work-in-progress, with occasional presentations from senior scholars. It is generously sponsored by the Program in Latin American Studies and the Department of History. Papers are circulated one week in advance. Requests to be added to the mailing list, as well as all questions, concerns, and suggestions, should be directed to Professor Gabriel Paquette (gabriel.paquette@jhu.edu).