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Saturday, 8:30–9:45 a.m., 310, JW Marriott

Trans-American Representations of Slavery

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Program arranged by the forum LLC 19th-Century Latin American. Presiding: Agnes Ivelisse Lugo-Ortiz, Univ. of Chicago

1. “Humboldt, Haití y la Confederación Africana en las Antillas,” Daylet Dominguez, Univ. of California, Berkeley

2. “‘Thanks to Mrs. Stowe!’: The Hemispheric Politics of the Trinidadian Antislavery Novel,” RJ Boutelle, Vanderbilt Univ.

3. “‘La relación de sus males, [y] el medio de curarlos’: Trans-American Models of Slave-Labor Organization in José Antonio Saco’s Análisis de una obra sobre Brasil,” Stephen Silverstein, Baylor Univ.

4. “Haitian Entanglements: Émile Nau’s Histoire des caciques d’Haïti in Manuel de Jesús Galván’s Enriquillo,” Thomas Genova, Univ. of Minnesota, Morris

For abstracts, write to lugortiz@uchicago.edu.

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