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Saturday, 10:15–11:30 a.m., 201, JW Marriott

Mobility and Migrations: Peoples and Capital in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Spanish Worlds

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Program arranged by the forum LLC 18th- and 19th-Century Spanish and Iberian. Presiding: Rebecca Haidt, Ohio State Univ., Columbus

1. “Translation as Cultural Transfer in the Late Enlightenment Atlantic World: Rita Caveda’s Translation of Hester Chapone’s Letters on the Improvement of the Mind: Addressed to a Young Lady,” Catherine Marie Jaffe, Texas State Univ.

2. “The Paradox of ‘Hispanic Idealism’: Emigration and Transatlantic Markets at the Turn of the Century,” Diana Arbaiza, North Carolina State Univ.

3. “Transatlantic Sex Trafficking and Imperial Anxiety in Late-Nineteenth-Century Spanish Fiction,” Luis Alvarez-Castro, Univ. of Florida

4. “White Slavery and the Atlantic Circulation of Labor,” José M. Rodríguez García, Duke Univ.

For abstracts, write to r.haidt@gmail.com after 31 Dec.

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