Thursday, 5:15–6:30 p.m., 406, JW Marriott
Time(s) in/and the Nineteenth Century
Program arranged by the forum LLC 19th-Century Latin American. Presiding: Natalia Brizuela, Univ. of California, Berkeley
1. “(Dis)Continuous Measures: Mixed Materiality, Temporality, and Media in Mansilla’s Una excursión a los indios ranqueles,” Mayra Bottaro, Univ. of Oregon
2. “The Time of Revolution: Spanish-American Independence as Epistemic Rupture,” Raúl Coronado, Univ. of California, Berkeley
3. “Landscape, Space, and Time in the Porfirian Era,” Shelley Elizabeth Garrigan, North Carolina State Univ.
4. “Time after Time: Geology, Race, and Nationality in the Patagonian Travelogues of Francisco P. Moreno and Clemente Onelli,” Ashley Kerr, Univ. of Idaho
Respondent: Alicia B. Rios, Syracuse Univ.