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1 LASA2004 XXV International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association Las Vegas, Nevada, October 7-9, 2004 MARYSA NAVARRO, DARTMOUTH COLLEGE, LASA PRESIDENT KRISTIN RUGGIERO, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, MILWAUKEE, PROGRAM CHAIR PROGRAM COMMITTEE STAFF Maria Cecilia Q. Dancisin, Congress Coordinator, of Pittsburgh Jennifer Crawford, Database Manager, of Pittsburgh Sharon Paris, Data Entry Specialist, of Pittsburgh Erika Strauss, Data Entry, of Pittsburgh Rachel Klipa, Data Entry, Carlow College Benjamin Denk, CD-ROM Congress Papers, of Pittsburgh Dahiana Perez-Felip, CD-ROM Congres Papers, of Pittsburgh Jason Dancisin, Graphic Design PROGRAM COMMITTEE TRACK CHAIRS Agrarian and Rural Life: Martha Rees, Agnes Scott College; Boris Marañón, Instituto Mexicano de Tecnología del Agua; Art, Art History, and Architecture: Delia Annunziata Cosentino, DePaul ; Cinema, Theater, and Music: Kathleen Newman, of Iowa; Cities and Citizenship: Teresa Caldeira, of California, Irvine and James Holston, of California, San Diego; Cultural Studies: Efraín Barradas, of Florida; Democratization: Howard Handelman, of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Economic Issues and Development: Eva Paus, Mount Holyoke College; Education and Educational Policies: Ruth Sautu, Universidad de Buenos Aires; Environmental Issues and the Natural Sciences: Timmons J. Roberts, College of William and Mary; Gender and Feminist Studies: Karen Kampwirth, Knox College; Health, Science, and Society: Charles Briggs, of California, San Diego; History and Historical Processes: David Sheinin, Trent ; International Relations: Philip Brenner, American ; Labor Studies and Class Relations: Lynn Bolles, of Maryland; Latinas/os in the United States: Silvio Torres-Saillant, Syracuse ; Law, Jurisprudence, and Society: Victor Uribe, Florida International ; Lesbian and Gay Studies: Florence Babb, of Iowa; Literature: Colonial and Nineteenth Century: Cynthia Stone, College of the Holy Cross; Literature: Contemporary: Gwen Kirkpatrick, of California, Berkeley; Mass Media: Kent Norsworthy, of Texas, Austin; Migration and Transnational Issues: Sarah Mahler and Katrin Hansing, Florida International ; Politics and Public Policy: Javier Corrales, Amherst College; Race and Ethnicity: Edmund Gordon, of Texas, Austin; Religiosity and Organized Religion: Carol Drogus, Hamilton College; Social Justice and Human Rights: Elizabeth Lira, Universidad Alberto Hurtado and Soledad Fallabela, Universidad Alberto Hurtado; Social Movements: Scott Whiteford, Michigan State ; Technology, Scholarly Resources, and Pedagogy: Deborah Jakubs, Duke FILM FESTIVAL Claudia Ferman, Richmond, Director LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS John Tuman, Director, Center for Latin American Studies, of Nevada, Chair LASA SECRETARIAT, UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH Milagros Pereyra-Rojas, Executive Director Sandy Klinzing, Assistant Director for Institutional Advancement Jennifer Crawford, Membership Coordinator/Accounts Receivable Maria Cecilia Q. Dancisin, Congress Coordinator/Operations Specialist COVER: Jose Clemente Orozco, Mural, Darmouth College The cover comes from The Epic of American Civilization a magnificent fresco painted between 1932 and 1934, by the Mexican artist José Clemente Orozco in Baker/Berry Library at Dartmouth College. The mural is a series of 24 panels depicting the development of American Civilization beginning with the march of the Aztecs out of Aztlan. The important point regarding the frescoes of Baker Library, wrote Orozco is the fact that it is an AMERICAN idea developed in American forms, American feeling, and, as a consequence, into Americanstyle. The profile in the front cover is part of an early panel entitled Pre-Columbian Golden Age. On the back cover are two panels. The one on the right is structured around the tall figure of a Mexican revolutionary surrounded by a group of bankers and military. One general is ready to kill him. The panel on the left is the last one in the mural. Its title is Gods of the Modern World. Commentary by Marysa Navarro.

2 LASA2004 XXV International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association Las Vegas, Nevada, October 7-9, 2004 CONTENTS Message from the LASA President... Message from the LASA2004 Program Chair... Program Highlights... Events at Each Congress Kalman Silvert Award LASA/OXFAM America Martin Diskin Memorial Lectureship... Book Awards and Media Presentations... Welcoming Reception... LASA2004 Film Festival... Gran Baile... Section Preconferences... Local Logistics... Exhibitors and Locations... Registration Information... LASA Officers, Committees, and Sections... Acknowledgements... Using this Program Book... LASA2004 Film Festival Program... Session Listings by Day and Time... Thursday, October 7, 8:00 a.m. - 9:45 a.m... Thursday, October 7, 10:00 a.m. - 11:45 a.m... Thursday, October 7, 12:00 p.m. - 1:45 p.m... Thursday, October 7, 2:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m... Thursday, October 7, 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m... Thursday, October 7, 5:15 p.m. - 7:00 p.m... Thursday, October 7, 7:15 p.m... Thursday, October 7, 8:30 p.m... Friday, October 8, 8:00 a.m. - 9:45 a.m... Friday, October 8, 10:00 a.m. - 11:45 a.m... Friday, October 8, 12:00 p.m. - 1:45 p.m... Friday, October 8, 2:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m... Friday, October 8, 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m... Friday, October 8, 5:15 p.m. - 7:00 p.m... Friday, October 8, 7:15 p.m... Friday, October 8, 8:30 p.m... Saturday, October 9, 8:00 a.m. - 9:45 a.m... Saturday, October 9, 10:00 a.m. - 11:45 a.m... Saturday, October 9, 12:00 p.m. - 1:45 p.m... Saturday, October 9, 2:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m... Saturday, October 9, 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m... Saturday, October 9, 5:15 p.m - 7:00 p.m... Saturday, October 9, 7:15 p.m... Session Listings by Program Track... Name Index of Participants... LASA2004 Schedule at a Glance... Advertisements... Hotel Floor Plans... ii iii iv iv v v v v v v vi vii vii viii ix x LASA i

3 MESSAGE FROM THE LASA PRESIDENT On behalf of the LASA Secretariat, its new Executive Director, Milagros Pereyra Rojas, and the Program Committee, mi más calurosa bienvenida, minha mais calurosa bem-vinda and finally, a very warm welcome, to the XXV International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association in Las Vegas. This is our first meeting without Reid Reading at the helm, but I am delighted to say that the Secretariat is in excellent hands. It has been my privilege to work closely and intensely with the new members of the Secretariat, Milagros Pereyra, Jennifer Crawford, María Cecilia Q. Dancisin, and the seasoned ones like Sandy Klinzing. It is an extraordinary group of people, with an exemplary sense of service and an unflinching dedication to the welfare of our association. I could not have dreamed of a better Program Committee. Mil gracias to the Track chairs for all their hard work and very especially, thanks to Kristin Ruggiero, the Program Chair. Thank you also to my colleagues on the Ways and Means Committee, the LASA Executive Council, John Tuman and all those who helped with the local arrangements, and of course, thanks to all the volunteers. I hope you enjoy the program. Keep in mind these special events: Riviera, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. * The Wednesday evening Welcoming Reception at the Top of the * The LASA Award Ceremony on Friday evening where winners of the Bryce Wood Book Award, the Premio Iberoamericano, and Media Award will be announced. This will be followed by the LASABusiness Meeting. * The Kalman Silvert Presentation and Lecture by June Nash. * The Martin Diskin/Oxfam America Memorial Lectureship. * Three Plenary sessions featuring readings by distinguished writers Sergio Ramirez, Elena Poniatowska, and Luisa Valenzuela at 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday respectively. * Presidential workshop on Sexual and Reproductive Rights, Religion, and the State in Latin America. * Special roundtable: Las Feministas en el Foro Mundial featuring Lillian Celiberti, Lucy Garrido, and Virginia Vargas. * Presidential panel The 1804 Haitian Revolution and Politics in the Hemisphere Since, presenting speaker Guy Alexandre, former Haitian Ambassador to the Dominican Republic. * Special session Health and Human Rights, organized by Charles Briggs. * Featured Roundtable Panel discussion with the Principal Editors of the Leading Latin American Journals organized by Peter Ward, Editor of the Latin American Research Review (LARR). * Featured session The Pursuit of Justice for Human Rights Crimes in Chile, A Special Presentation by Judge Juan Guzman Tapia organized by Peter Kornbluh. LASA ii

4 * Featured workshop Envisioning a Future for Cultural Criticism organized by Naomi Lindstrom. * Featured session The Quality of Democracy in Contemporary Latin America organized by Kurt Weyland. * Featured workshop on Labor and Globalization: The State of the Field and a New Research Agenda organized by Joel Stillerman. * Featured panel From Structuralism to the New Institutional Economics: Three Decades of Latin American Economic History organized by Jonathan Brown. * UNDP's Report on Democracy in Latin America: Toward a Citizen's Democracy. * Featured roundtable on the "Handbook of Latin American Studies". * Featured panel Interdisciplinary Approaches to Human Rights Scholarship in Latin America organized by Paola Cesarini. Marysa Navarro, Dartmouth College MESSAGE FROM THE LASA2003 PROGRAM CHAIR On behalf of all who helped to create this Program from an outstanding group of proposals numbering over 700 sessions, I wish you good reading. I am sure that you will find a session to interest you at nearly every time slot. Plenary Sessions have a slot of their own at this Congress, an innovation that we hope will allow anyone who wants to attend to be able to do so without missing other sessions. We have made every effort to schedule sessions with similar themes at different times, although this was not always possible. We also tried to accommodate requests for moving papers to other sessions that were more appropriate, at the same time keeping in mind the integrity of the original session. I would like to thank all of you who participated in this process. Your generosity and flexibility have allowed LASA to maintain its commitment to inclusiveness. Highlights of the Presidential Sessions include readings by Elena Poniatowska, Sergio Ramírez and Luisa Valenzuela. Thematically, the Featured Sessions include a focus on studies of Latin American academic resources, such as the leading Latin American journals and the Handbook of Latin American Studies; human rights; democracy; labor and globalization; cultural criticism; economics; a memorial tribute to Victor Urquidi; and of course the Kalman Silvert lecture. Another feature of this Congress is the Film Festival, which Director Claudia Ferman has integrated closely into the Congress, both spatially and academically. The films will be shown in a room across from the Congress Registration Desk, a very central location. The films complement the academic side of the Congress and follow topically some of the Congress sessions, especially those dealing with current events in Latin America. For example, the new Haitian film The Agronomist will show Wednesday night to open the festival, and two other Haitian films will be shown during the Congress. Three documentaries by women filmmakers with the Chiapas Media Project will be shown and Founding Director and International Coordinator of the Project, Alexandra Halkin, will speak on Thursday. Thanks go to all who have made this Congress possible. I wish you all a wonderful Congress! Kristin Ruggiero, of Wisconsin, Milwaukee LASA iii

5 PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS AT EACH LASA CONGRESS KALMAN SILVERT AWARD June Nash is Distinguished Professor Emerita at the City of New York, Graduate Center and City College. Her early fieldwork was in Chiapas, Mexico, where she worked with Mayas, publishing In the Eyes of the Ancestors: Belief and Behavior in a Mayan Community. Her work in tin mining communities of Bolivia resulted in the monograph, We Eat the Mines and the Mines Eat Us: Dependency and Exploitation in Bolivian Mining Communities, which received the C. Wright Mills honorable mention in In 1976, she completed a family autobiography with Juan Rojas first published as I Spent My Life in the Mines. In 1992, additional chapters of his wife and grown children were added. Juan Rojas autobiography became the basis of the script for the documentary of the same title. workers and residents. During the l970s, Nash was engaged in feminist and workingclass movements, co-edited with Helen Safa, Sex and Class in Latin America, and Women and Change in Latin America; and with M. Patricia Fernandez Kelly, Women, Men, and the International Division of Labor. Prompted by questions the miners asked about corporations in the United States, she undertook a study of General Electric workers and the community of Pittsfield resulting in a monograph, From Tank Town to High Tech: The Clash of Community and Industrial Cycles. While working in Pittsfield, she learned of the problems faced by the town as a result of dumping the carcinogenic materials used in the production of power transformers, and co-authored three articles regarding the effect on the physical and mental health of Impressed with the growing crisis world-wide, in 1989 she decided to return to her roots in Chiapas, the safest and least conflicted field area in which to train future anthropologists. During the first three summers of field work, she and her students witnessed the rise of the social movement that burst into headlines throughout the world as the Zapatista uprising in She summarizes the decades of fieldwork with Mayas in her book, Mayan Visions: The Quest for Autonomy in an Age of Globalization, and an anthology with articles by her students and colleagues, The Explosion of Communities in Chiapas, Mexico. Her interest in artisans spurred her to publish an anthology, Crafts in the World Market, that demonstrates how even the most traditional of artisans are deeply involved in the global world order. Reflecting on the global integration and its devastating impact on subsistence and peasant producers, Nash is now trying to assess the relationship between economic insecurity, and the turn to militarization, especially in the field areas in which she has worked. This interest is reflected in a number of papers completed this year. Among them are The Military Industrial Complex and the Proliferation of Violence, which deals with Pittsfield, the arms race carried out in the General Electric plant during the Reagan era, and the turn of Pittsfield s high school graduates to military service in Iraq as their only option for a job with medical insurance and the promise of gaining a college education. The paper was presented in Bergen, Norway,.in February In The Image of the Limited Good and the Specter of the Unlimited Good, which was presented in April 2004 at Southern Methodist in Dallas honoring George Foster, the transformations of peasants are captured by contrasting their perspectives with the specter of the unlimited good played out in U.S. consumer culture. Nash s on-going concern with human rights can be seen in a paper given in Seattle that same month, Genocide, Ethnocide, and the Human Condition, relating to the genocidal war against Mayas ending in 1993, and the ethnocidal war on-going since the Spanish Conquest in Chiapas. She has just completed editing an anthology based on people s responses to the world crisis, Social Movements: A Reader, and hopes to bring together her reflections based on personal experiences with these world events. Friday, October 8, 10:00am, Grande Ballroom H LASA iv

6 LASA/OXFAM AMERICA MARTIN DISKIN MEMORIAL LECTURESHIP The Martin Diskin Memorial Lectures are given at LASA International Congresses by outstanding individuals who embody Professor Martin Diskin=s commitment to the combination of activism and scholarship. The 2004 Lecture will be given by Jonathan Fox. The Lecturer will be introduced by Professor Norma Chinchilla California State /Long Beach, Committee Chair of the 2004 LASA/Oxfam Lectureship Committee. Professor Fox is Professor, Latin American and Latino Studies at the of California-Santa Cruz. He has published widely on the issues of democratization and the strengthening of civil society, particularly in Mexico. Saturday, March 29, 2:45pm, Houston C BRYCE WOOD AND PREMIO IBEROAMERICANO BOOK AWARDS AND THE MEDIA AWARD PRESENTATIONS The 2004 awardees are the following: Bryce Wood: Charles L. Briggs with Clara Mantini-Briggs for Stories in the Time of Cholera: Racial Profiling During a Medical Nightmare Premio Iberoamericano: Juan Carlos Quintero Herencia, for Fulguración del Espacio. Letras e Imaginario Institucional de la Revolución Cubana Media Award: Julio Scherer Garcia of Proceso Join us at the Award Ceremony preceding the LASA Business Meeting to see the awards presented. Friday, March 28, 7:30pm, Houston C. THE LASA2004 FILM FESTIVAL Under the able direction of Claudia Ferman, the LASA2004 Film Festival will offer films that have earned the prestigious LASA Award for Merit in Film, and will host other solid entries in its Film Exhibit. Titles and descriptions of the films, as well as viewing times, will be posted on LASA s website and will be listed in flyers available at the LASA registration area and at the entrance to the screening room. The Festival Theatre will host continuous viewings from 3:00 to 6:00 pm on Wednesday, October 6, and commencing at 10:30 am on Thursday, 8:30 am on Friday, and 10:00 am on Saturday. A special event featuring a conversation with Alexandra Halkin, Founding Director and International Coordinator of the Chiapas Media Project will be held at noon on Thursday in Capri 104. Admission to all events is free. WELCOMING RECEPTION! The LASA2004 Welcoming Reception will be held at the Top floor of the Riviera Hotel on Wednesday, October 6, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. GRAN BAILE Due to many exciting venues available within Las Vegas to Congress attendees, the Gran Baile will not be held at LASA2004. PRECONFERENCES The Labor Studies Section is sponsoring a miniconference, Labor and Globalization: Assessing the State of the Field and Proposing a New Research Agenda. The miniconference is funded by the Ford-LASA Special Projects Fund, and will examine the effects of globalization on Latin America s working people. Panels on the transformation of work, new collective identities, gender and work, and labor politics include distinguished scholars such as Peter Winn, Harley Shaiken, Enrique de la Garza, Francisco Zapata, Elizabeth Jelin, and Paul Drake as well as Alexandre Fortes, a spokesman of Brazil s Workers Party (PT). LASA v

7 The Rural Studies Section is hosting a field trip for its members to the Moapa Valley on Wednesday, October 6. The title of the field trip is The Contest for Water and its Implications for Rural Areas: The Moapa Valley and its People and Survival Strategies. Participants will leave at 8:00 am on October 6 from the lobby of The Riviera Hotel. Rural Studies Section members may contact Cornelia Flora at for more information or to indicate their desire to participate. The Section Gender and Feminist Studies Section The Section Gender and Feminist Studies Section will host a preconference entitled 30 Years of Feminism, Women s Movements and Gender Policies in Latin America: Renegotiating identities and crafting a culture of rights and citizenship in globalized times. Two interactive round table discussions will be featured: Latin American Feminisms, Women s Movements, Gender Agendas and the Challenges of Achieving Equity through Public Policy, led by Virginia Vargas, and Women, Poverty, Paid Labor, and Migration: The influence of Globalization on changing gender roles, conducted by Sarah J. Mahler. Participants and interested scholars will have the opportunity to contribute a country-focused chapter in a publication on Latin American Women: Three Decades after the International Women s Year scheduled for November of UNIFEM will sponsor this project together with the Gender and Feminist Studies Section of LASA. LOCAL LOGISTICS TRANSPORTATION FROM AIRPORT TO THE RIVIERA HOTEL McCarran Airport is the main airport serving Las Vegas and Clark County. It is located 1 mile (1.6 km) from the Strip, 3.5 miles (5.6 km) from the Convention Center and 5 miles (8 km) from Downtown Las Vegas. The Las Vegas Airport is ranked among the 10 busiest airports in the world based on the amount of passenger activity, serving over 60 air carriers. McCarran Airport averages as many as 840 flights a day and offers direct flights to over 60 U.S. cities. Several companies run shuttle buses between the airport and the city. Las Vegas Limousine From 7am to 2 am Price to Strip hotels $4 Gray line/coach USA/Express Shuttle From 7a.m. to 1:30 a.m. Price to Strip hotels $5 Bell Trans From 7:45 am to midnight Price to Strip hotels $5.25 CHILD CARE Due to new Las Vegas regulations, organized childcare cannot be provided on hotel premises. Parents must make their own arrangements through private agencies. Some agencies listed by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority are: Bright Horizons Family Solutions: Children s World Learning Centers: Dial-a-Granny: LASA will subsidize the cost of child care for attendees taking their children to Las Vegas by reimbursing a LASA member parent at the rate of US $8.00 per hour for one child, and US $10.00 per hour for two or more children, for a maximum of 10 hours. LASA maximum responsibility per family will be $80.00 for one child, and $100 for two or more children. A parent who bills LASA for childcare must be a 2004 member of the Association and a registered attendee of LASA To receive reimbursement, a parent must submit a proper original bill from the caregiver, with the name(s) of the child(ren), and the dates of the service, to reach the LASA Secretariat on or before November 1, LASA vi

8 LASA2003 EXHIBITORS and BOOTH NUMBERS Exhibit Hours: Thursday and Friday, 10:00am-5:00pm; Saturday, 10;00am-4:00pm Grand Hall Amnesty International USA 335 Association Book Exhibit 229 Association of American Presses Inc 226 Bilingual Review Press, Hispanic Research Center Arizona State 325 Blackwell Publishing Inc Cambridge Press 316 Center for Global Education at Augsburg College 234 TABLETOP Center for US Mexican Studies, of California San Diego 114 Centro de Estudios Literarios Antonio Cornejo Polar (CELACP) 331 Chiapas Media Project / Promedios de Comunicacion Comunitaria 230 Cinco Puntos Press 127A City Lights Books 127-B Consortium Book Sales & Distribution 123 Council for International Exchanges for Scholars 122 Curbstone Press 121 David Rockefeller Crt for Latin American Studies / Harvard Univ. Press 221 Duke Press Ediciones Era Lom Ediciones 213 El Colegio de la Frontera Norte A C 227 El Colegio de Mexico A.C. 228 EPP Combined Book & Literature Display FLACSO 308 Food First Books 129 Fourth Street Press Hackett Publishing CO 222 Iberoamericana Editorial Vervuert 306 Institute for Study Abroad Butler 314 Institute of Latin American Studies 216 Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana 100 Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia Inter-American Development Bank 126 ITAM / Foreign Affairs en Espanol 400 Latin American Perspectives TABLETOP Latin American Research Review Editorial Office 208 Latin American Review Press 101 Lynne Rienner Publishers Marazul Markus Wiener Publishers 304 Middlebury College North American Congress on Latin American NACLA Ocean Press 125 Oxford Press Palgrave Macmillan 108 Pathfinder Press 135 Penguin Group (USA) 124 Penn State Press 120 Proquest CO 235 TABLETOP Random House INC 320 Routledge Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group 115 Rutgers Press 225 Scholarly Resources 117 South End Press 322 Southwest Center for International Studies 224 Stanford Press 201 Taylor and Francis 113 The Core Ensemble31 The Latin Americanist The Scholars Choice 324 United Nations Publications of Arizona Press of California Press 214 of Illinois Press 210-B of Minnesota Press 310 of Nebraska Press 106 of New Mexico Press 220 of North Carolina Press of Notre Dame Press 110 of Oklahoma Press 301 of Pittsburgh Press 210-A & 212 of Texas Press of Wisconsin Press 112 Press of America 128 Press of Colorado 131 Press of Florida Vanderbilt Press 223 Washington Office on Latin America Woodrow Wilson Int l Center for Scholars-Latin American Program 312 LASA2004 REGISTRATION All LASA2004 participants and attendees must be registered. No exceptions can be made, nor can day passes be issued. The deadline for preregistration was August 31, Preregistrants receive an official badge card as confirmation, which must be worn at all times. They can proceed to the preregistration area to pick up badge holders, a program book, CD-ROM proceedings, information on the LASA2004 Film Festival, and other information, where available. Registration will be open Wednesday, 3:00-8:00pm; Thursday and Friday 7:00am to 6:00pm; and Saturday 7:00am to 2:00pm. LASA vii

9 LASA OFFICERS, COMMITTEES AND SECTIONS LASA Executive Council: President, Marysa Navarro (Dartmouth College); Vice President, Sonia Alvarez ( of California, Santa Cruz); Past President, Arturo Arias ( of Redlands); Arturo Escobar ( of North Carolina, Chapel Hill); John French (Duke ); Merilee Grindle (Harvard ); Florencia Mallon ( of Wisconsin); Joanne Rappaport (Georgetown ); George Yudice (New York ). Kalman Silvert Award Committee: Arturo Arias ( of Redlands), chair; Thomas Holloway ( of California, Davis); Franklin Knight (Johns Hopkins ); Peter Ward (The of Texas at Austin). Bryce Wood Book Award Committee: Andrés Avellaneda ( of Florida), chair; Karin Rosemblatt (Syracuse ); Graciela Ducatenzeiler (Université de Montréal); Norma Clan ( of California, Santa Cruz); Lynn Morgan (Mt. Holyoke College). Premio Iberoamericano Book Award Committee: Tulio Halperin Donghi ( of California, Berkeley), chair; Ana Maria Amar Sánchez ( of California, Irvine); Claudia de Lima Costa (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina); Manuel Alcántara (Universidad de Salamanca). Media Award Committee: John Mraz (Universidad Autonóma de Puebla), chair; Ernesto López (Univ Nacional de Quilmes); Ana Lau (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Xochimilco); Verónica Schild ( of Western Ontario). LASA/Oxfam America Martin Diskin Memorial Lectureship Committee: Norma Chinchilla (California State, Long Beach), chair; Lowell Gudmundson (Mt. Holyoke College); Mary Goldsmith (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Xochimilco); Ruth Behar ( of Michigan); Enrique Mayer (Yale ); Ray Offenheiser, President, Oxfam America. Committee on Academic Freedom and Human Rights: Judy Adler Hellman, York, chair. Investment Committee: Marysa Navarro (Dartmouth Colllege), chair; Marc P. Blum (World Total Return Fund); Peter Cleaves (AVINA Council); Thomas Trebat (Solomon, Smith, Barney); John French (Duke ); Milagros Pereyra-Rojas ( of Pittsburgh). Fundraising Committee: Marysa Navarro (Dartmouth College), chair. LASA Section Chairs: Brazil: Kenneth Serbin ( of San Diego), Ivan Prado Teixeira (Universidade de São Paulo), co-chairs; Business and Politics: Patrick Cronin (Thunderbird School of International Management); Central America: Beatriz Cortez (California State, Northridge), Nicasio Urbina (Tulane ), co-chairs; Colombia: Luis Fernando Restrepo ( of Arkansas), Carmen Millan (Pontificia Universidad Javeriana), co-chairs; Cuba: Lourdes Tabares Neyra (Universidad de La Habana), Mike Erisman (Indiana State ), co-chairs; Culture, Power and Politics: Claudia de Lima Costa (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina); Decentralization and Sub-national Governance: Eliza Willis (Grinnell College); Defense, Democracy and Civil-Military Relations: Héctor Saint-Pierre (Universidade Estadual Paulista); Ecuadorian Studies: Ximena Sosa-Buchholz (Indiana ); Educación y Políticas Educativas en América Latina: Christopher James Martin (Ford Foundation), Graciela Riquelme (Universidad de Buenos Aires), Luis E. Gonzalez (CIESU); co-chairs; Europe and Latin America: Laurence Whitehead (Oxford ); Film Studies: Claudia Ferman ( of Richmond), Karin Weyland (Melassa Documentary Productions), co-chairs; Gender and Feminist Studies: Elizabeth Maier (El Colegio de la Frontera Norte), Matthew C. Gutmann (Brown ), co-chairs; Haiti/Dominican Republic: Henry A. (Chip) Carey (Georgia State ), Emelio R. Betances (Gettysburg College), co-chairs; Labor Studies: Joel Stillerman (Grand Valley State ); LAMA-LatinoAmerica-MedioAmbiente: James Bass (Trinity College); Latin America and the Pacific Rim: Sergio Cesarin (Argentinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs), Won-Ho Kim (Korea Institute for International Economic Policy), co-chairs; Latino Studies: Adrian Burgos ( of Illinois, Urbana), Ginetta Candelario (Smith College), co-chairs; Law and Society in Latin America: Viviana Kluger (Universidad de Buenos Aires), Margaret Popkin (Due Process of Law Foundation), co-chairs; Lesbian and Gay Studies: Lawrence La Fountain-Stokes ( of Michigan); Paraguayan Studies: Tracy K. Lewis (State of New York); Peru: Gregory Schmidt (Northern Illinois ), Moises Arce (Louisiana State ); Political Institutions: David Samuels ( of Minnesota); Rural Studies: Monica Bendini (Universidad Nacional del Comahue); Scholarly Research and Resources: Pamela Graham (Columbia ); Social Studies of Medicine: Charles Briggs ( of California, San Diego), Dinorah Martinez ( of South Florida), co-chairs; Southern Cone Studies: Silvia Kurlat Ares (George Mason ); Venezuelan Studies: Leonardo Ledezma (Texas A & M ). LASA viii

10 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS First and foremost, the Latin American Studies Association acknowledges all who provided financial support for Congress participants from Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as for student participants. Hundreds of members contributed to the LASA Travel Fund and the Student Fund, as well as to the LASA Endowment. We are grateful for their continuing support of this effort. We again recognize the generosity of the Ford Foundation, which, through its contribution to the LASA Endowment, will help to fund Congress travel well into the future. For LASA2004, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation again provided major support for Latin American and Caribbean Travel, as did the Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the Inter-American Foundation, the Tinker Foundation, the Christopher Reynolds Foundation, the Mexico office of the Ford Foundation, and the Open Society Institute. We also join with the Gender and Feminist Studies Section in thanking UNIFEM for its support of the section s preconference. We thank all donors for their generosity, and hope that they will have the opportunity to meet the grantees while in Las Vegas. LASA2004 could not have taken place without the tireless efforts of LASA President Marysa Navarro, who worked with LASA2004 Program Chair Kristin Ruggiero to assemble an outstanding program, including several featured sessions, addressed concerns as they arose, and committed countless hours to fundraising for travel grant support. Marysa, thank you for all your efforts on behalf of the Association! Over the 18 months preceding each congress, program chairs dedicate much of their time and energy to assuring that countless details are handled appropriately and that the program is ready on time. LASA2004 Program Chair Kristin Ruggiero traveled to Pittsburgh to work with the Secretariat to coordinate the extensive program. Kristin and the staff at the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at the of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, have dedicated countless hours to make this happen. Please receive our heartfelt thank you! John Tuman of the of Nevada, Las Vegas chaired the Local Arrangements Committee for LASA2004, with the able support of colleagues and committee members Douglas Unger and Thomas Wright, both of UNLV. The committee was instrumental in securing funding for the Welcoming Reception and provided expertise in dealing with many logistical concerns. Many thanks to John and committee for helping to make LASA2004 a success. Our grateful thanks also to the SBC Corporation and the of Nevada for generously providing funding for the Welcoming Reception! Many thanks to Claudia Ferman, Film Festival Director, for her dedication and enthusiasm in evaluating and preparing the Film Festival Program, and also for maintaining the high standards of the Festival while at the same time striving to implement new strategies to integrate it into the general LASA Congress program. Special thanks to former LASA Executive Director Reid Reading for graciously sharing his vast experience during this time of transition. His guidance has been instrumental at particularly vital moments during the process. For LASA2004, the LASA Secretariat assumed full responsibility for the administrative and operational aspects of the conference. Many thanks to the magnificent LASA Staff who worked tirelessly to administer the Congress database and to create the final Program among many other projects. Special thanks to our two highly organized and conscientious team members Maria Cecilia Q. Dancisin, Congress Coordinator and Jennifer Crawford, Membership Coordinator who have dedicated countless hours to answering questions, solving problems, making program changes, and specially for their great spirit of cooperation. Many thanks to Sandy Klinzing for coordinating all of our fundraising efforts. Her years of experience at LASA have proven very valuable in planning this year s Congress. Thanks also to Erika Strauss, Rachel Klipa, and the wonderfully competent Sharon Paris for their incalculable hours working with paper proposals and data entry. We are also very grateful to Benjamin Denk and Dahiana Perez-Felip who worked diligently formatting and linking more than 850 papers for the Congress CD-ROM. Finally, thanks to Jason Dancisin for designing the Program Book cover, name badges, CD-ROM, and posters. Thanks to all the Congress volunteers from the of Nevada/Las Vegas, of Arizona, and of Pittsburgh who will be working at the Congress site. Our sincere thanks to all who have contributed to this year s Congress! LASA ix

11 USING THIS PROGRAM BOOK Information here has been updated to mid-august, 2004, to the extent possible. Requested modifications, and deletions not appearing here will published in a supplement available at the Congress. Beginning on page 1, sessions are listed by day and time and within each time slot, in alphabetical order according to Track codes (see below). Note that each session is assigned a sequence number. Using the section of the book Sessions by Program Track and the sequence number, you can determine the days and times of topic areas of your interest. The meeting day is divided into five blocks of 1 hour and 45 minutes each, beginning at 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m., and 5:15 p.m., with 15-minute intervals between sessions. Three plenary sessions have been scheduled from 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Chairs need to make sure their sessions end precisely on time. Other meetings beginning at 7:15 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. also are listed. Program Track Codes AGR Agrarian and Rural Life ART Art, Art History, and Architecture CTM Cinema, Theater, and Music CIT Cities and Citizenship CUL Cultural Studies DEM Democratization ECO Economic Issues and Development EDU Education and Educational Policies ENV Environmental Issues and the Natural Sciences GEN Gender and Feminist Studies HSS Health, Science, and Society HIS History and Historical Processes INT International Relations LAB Labor Studies and Class Relations LAT Latinas/os in the United States LAW Law, Jurisprudence, and Society LGS Lesbian and Gay Studies LCN Literature: Colonial and Nineteenth Century LCO Literature: Contemporary MAS Mass Media MTI Migration and Transnational Issues POL Politics and Public Policy RAE Race and Ethnicity ROR Religiosity and Organized Religion SJU Social Justice and Human Rights SMO Social Movements TEC Technology, Scholarly Resources, and Pedagogy CALL FOR PAPERS CROSSING BOUNDARIES JOINT CONFERENCE MACLAS 2005/XXVI Annual Meeting/ Virgina Commonwealth s SCHOOL OF WORLD STUDIES April 8-10, 2005 Virginia Commonwealth, Richmond, Virginia The Middle Atlantic Council of Latin American Studies (MACLAS) invites proposals in any discipline related to Latin America for papers to be presented at its annual meeting. Prizes will be awarded for the best graduate and undergraduate student papers given. Papers can be submitted to a refereed journal, MACLAS Latin American Essays. Proposals for papers or panels/equipment needs should be submitted by December 15, 2004 to Brian Turner at For further information, please see our web page: LASA x

12 LASA FILM FESTIVAL AND EXHIBIT / OCTOBER 6-9, 2004 CLAUDIA FERMAN, DIRECTOR WEDNESDAY October 6 EXHIBIT 3:00 Community Organization: Mother s Day in Cuetzalan: Panchita the Weaver (USA, 2004) Judith Gleason, dir. 59. Descriptor: Nahuatl Culture; Mexico: Cuetzalan, Papantla, Tepango; Weaving, Mother s Day; Community Media Projects. DOC 4:00 Mining - Foreign-owned Mines in Perú: Choropampa: the Price of Gold (Perú -USA, 2001) Stephanie Boyd, Ernesto Cabellos, dirs. 52. Descriptor: Perú; Gold Mining; Public Health; Environmental Degradation. DOC 5:00 Forensic Anthropology: Following Antigone (USA, 2002) Witness/EAAF, dir. 37. Descriptor: Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team, Argentina, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Haiti, East Timor. DOC 6:00-8:00 RECESS FESTIVAL 8:10 FESTIVAL OPENING Haiti: The Agronomist (USA, 2004) Jonnathan Demme, dir. 90. Descriptor: Jean Dominique, Haitian Recent Past and Present Political Turmoil, Radio, Journalism, Human Rights. DOC THURSDAY October 7 EXHIBIT 10:30 In Cuba Today: The Vow-La promesa (USA-Cuba, 2004) Cheryl Hess, dir. 26. Descriptor: Religión, Santería. DOC FESTIVAL 11:00 Community Organization: Caracoles: New Paths of Resistance (Mexico, 2003) Amalio, dir. A Chiapas Media Project production. 42. Descriptor: Indigenous filmmaking, Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional. DOC 12:00 Special Event: Conversation with Alexandra Halkin, Founding Director and International Coordinator of the Chiapas Media Project. Room Capri :00 In Cuba Today: Cuba Plástica It s not Easy, Cuba (Argentina-Cuba-USA, 2003) Sebastián Schindel, Fernando Molnar, Nicolás Battle, dirs. 52. Descriptor: Art, Art History. DOC 1:00 Community Organization: The Sixth Section (USA, 2003) Alex Rivera, dir. 27. Descriptor: Border Studies, Mexico, Globalization. DOC 1:30 Community Organization: Argentina: crecer o desaparecer -- Argentina: Growth or Disappearance (Argentina, 2003) Luciano Zito, dir.50. Descriptor: Argentina Crisis, Civil Responses to Crisis, Neoliberalism and Globalization. DOC 2:30 Women and Public Health: Nascendo no Brasil -- Born in Brazil (Brazil, 2002) Cara Biasucci, dir. 52. Descriptor: Public Health, Women Studies, Obstetrics. DOC 3:30 Responses to War on Iraq: Gringothon (Mexico, 2003) Greg Berger, dir. 17. Descriptor: Mexico - US Relations, Border Studies. SF-Humor 4:00-5:00 RECESS 5:10 Race and Ethnicity: Gitanos sin carpa -- Gypsies without tents (Chile, 2002) Ivan Tziboulka, dir. 62. Descriptor: Romanies, Chile. DOC 6:15 Gender and Ethnicity: Juchitán de las locas -- Juchitan, Queer Paradise (Canada, 2002) Patricio Henríquez, dir. 64. Descriptor: Queer Studies, Gender Studies, Mexico, Zapotecs, Oaxaca. DOC 7:30 Postmemory: Los rubios -- The Blondes (Argentina, 2003) Albertina Carri, dir. 89. Descriptor: Argentina, Dirty War, Children of Desaparecidos. FDOC 9:00 Special Event: Making Documentaries: A Meeting with Directors and Producers (participants of the LASA Film Festival and Exhibit) REFERENCES: REFERENCES: DOC Documentary FDOC Feature Documentary SF Short Feature

13 FRIDAY October 8 EXHIBIT 8:30 Race and Ethnicity-Indigenous Peoples: La pasión de María Elena -- The Passion of Maria Elena (Mexico, 2003) Mercedes Moncada Rodríguez, dir. 76. Descriptor: Crime and Punishment, Mexico, Tribal and State Judicial Systems. 10:00 Peasant Uprising - Central America: 1932: Scars of Memory -- Cicatriz de la memoria (USA-El Salvador, 2002) 53. Jeffrey Gould, Carlos Henríquez Consalvi, dirs. Descriptor: El Salvador, Indigenous Rights. DOC 11:00 Mass Communications - Central America: The World Is Watching (USA, 1998) Peter Raymont, dir. 59. Descriptor: Prequel to The World Stopped Watching (see Festival below) DOC FESTIVAL 12:00 Globalization and the World Bank: Victims of Cheap Coffee (Finland, 2003) Pertti Pesonen, dir. 50. Descriptor: Political Economy, Environment, Development, Nicaragua, Vietnam. DOC 1:00 Community Organization: Testimony: The María Guardado Story. (USA, 2001) Randy Vásquez, dir. 63. Descriptor: Salvadorians in Los Angeles, US Immigration Policy, Human Rights in El Salvador. DOC 2:10 Literature: En el nombre del padre: un film con Ana María Shúa (Argentina, 2004) María Andrea Domínguez, dir. 80. Descriptor: Contemporary Argentine Writing, Women s Studies, Jewish Studies. DOC 4:00-5:00 RECESS 5:10 Haiti: Dreamers: The Painters of Haiti (Denmark, 2003) Jorgen Leth, dir. 58. Descriptor: Art, Art History, Popular Art. DOC 6:10 Haiti: Children of Shadows (USA, 2001) Karen Kramer, dir. 54. Descriptor: Child Labor, Slavery. DOC 7:10 Mass Media and Postmemory - Central America: The World Stopped Watching (USA-Canada, 2003) Peter Raymont, dir. 82. Descriptor: Nicaragua, Sandinismo Movement, Contra War, US Foreign Policy. DOC 8:40 Counter Revolutionary Warfare: Death Squadrons: The French School (France, 2003) Marie Monique Robin, dir. 60. Descriptor: France, Algiers, Argentina, Dirty War, Prisoner Interrogation. DOC SATURDAY October 9 EXHIBIT 10:00 Command Responsibility Doctrine - Central America: Justice and the Generals (USA, 2002) Gail Pellet, dir. 86. Descriptor: El Salvador, Torture Victim Protection Act, US Foreign Policy. DOC 11:30 Colombia: Welcome to Colombia (USA, 2003) Catarina Villar, dir. 65. Descriptor: 2002 Elections in Colombia, Exile. DOC FESTIVAL 12:40 Race and Ethnicity -Blacks: El Palenque de San Basilio - From the Stockades of San Basilio (Colombia, 2004) Erwin Goggel, dir. 82. Descriptor: Colombia, Anthropology, History. DOC 2:10 Race and Ethnicity -Blacks: Afroargentinos - Afroargentines (Argentina, 2002) Jorge Fortes, Diego Ceballos, dir. 75. Descriptor: Otherness in Argentina, Discrimination, History. DOC 3:30 Sports and Culture: Oaxacan Hoops (USA, 2003) Olga R. Rodríguez, dir. 20. Descriptor: Zapotecs, Basketball, Border Studies, Los Angeles. DOC 4:00-5:00 RECESS 5:10 Colombia: The Kidnapping of Ingrid Betancourt (USA-Colombia) Victoria Bruce, Karin Hayes, dirs. 76. Descriptor: Kidnappings in Colombia, 2002 Presidential Elections, FARC. DOC 6:30 Race and Ethnicity -Indigenous Peoples: La última huella - The Last Trace (Chile, 2001) Paola Castillo, dir. 67. Descriptor: Yahgans, Chile, Tierra del Fuego. DOC 7:40 FESTIVAL CLOSING Postmemory: La Cueca Sola (Canada, 2003) Marilu Mallet, dir. 52. Descriptor: Women in Politics, Chile, Pinochet s Era and Aftermath. FDOC REFERENCES: DOC Documentary FDOC Feature Documentary SF Short Feature

14 THURSDAY / 8:00 am 9:45 am Thursday 8:00-9:45 am 1 // AGR015 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Capri 104 Tensiones entre tradición y modernidad: los proyectos de desarrollo rural Organizer : Kathleen Martin, Florida International Chair(s) : Kathleen Martin, Florida International El pueblo indígena de Zoquipán y la presión sobre la tierra: Fabiola Zúñiga, Universidad de Guadalajara, MEXICO Comunicación rural en Tesechoacán, revisión de un proyecto de desarrollo rural en el trópico húmedo mexicano: Daniel Murillo, Inst Mexicano de Tec del Agua, MEXICO Tension Between Identity and Indigenous Development: Paula Sirola, UCLA Maya Activism and Agrarian Reform in Early 20th Century Yucatan: Kathleen Martin, Florida International 2 // CIT007 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Royale Skybox 204 Political Identities Under Neoliberal Hegemony Organizer : Margot Olavarria, New School for Social Research Chair(s) : Margot Olavarria, New School for Social Research Ciudadanía borderiza. Jóvenes y constitución de ciudadanía en la frontera noroeste de México: Alejandro Monsiváis, MEXICO Bordering the Nation: Tijuana and the Construction of Mexican National Identity: Margath Walker, of Kentucky Builders of the City: Class, Place, and Poblador Identity in Santiago, Chile: Margot Olavarria, New School for Social Research Figuring Illiteracy: Ideological Construction of Citizenship and Class in a Guatemalan Municipality: Jinsook Choi, George Washington Museums and the Production of Cultural Citizenship: Affinities, Divisions, and Transitions in Contemporary Cuba: Michelle Flikke, Harvard National Identity in Nicaragua: The Political Significance of the Nacatamal and Rubén Darío: Bradley Tatar, Univ of Maryland/College Park Discussant(s) : Joel Stillerman, Grand Valley State 3 // CTM002 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Capri 101 De la literatura a la pantalla grande: Aciertos y desaciertos Organizer : Ana Contreras, of North Florida Chair(s) : Ana Contreras, of North Florida Benito Pérez Galdós en el cine Mexicano: el caso de Doña Perfecta: John Sinnigen, UMBC El lenguaje irreverente como representación de la violencia en "La virgen de los sicarios" de Fernando Vallejo: Ana Contreras, of North Florida An Ecocritical Defense of Film Maladaptions: The Case of The Burning Season: Camilo Gomides, Western Illinois Midaq Alley: Cairo becomes Mexico City: Christina Sisk, Tulane Translating History: A Study of the Literary and Cinematic Interpretations of the Lives of the Mirabel Sisters in "In The Time of the Butterflies": Julee Tate, Berry College La rue Cases-negras (Sugar Cane Alley) from Novel to Film: Cecile Accilien, Portland State 4 // CUL010 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Grande Ballroom G Representing Latin(o) America: Cultural Studies and Critical Pedagogy Organizer : Regina Root, College of William and Mary Chair(s) : Regina Root, College of William and Mary Representing Colonial Children: Towards a Pedagogy of Possibility: Regina Root, College of William and Mary Service Learning in a Doctoral English Program: Norma Cantu, Univ of Texas/San Antonio Engaged Poetry / Engaged Pedagogy: Interventions in the Global Market: Teresa Longo, College of William and Mary Urban Biographies: Teaching Montevideo and Buenos Aires: Jill Kuhnheim, of Kansas, Tony Rosenthal, of Kansas Tastemakers and Cultural Consumption in Latin America: The Case of Magazines in the Cultural Scene of the 1960s: Diana Sorensen, Harvard Aprender y enseñar la dictadura militar: hacer memoria y escribir la historia en la escuela: Sandra Raggio, Universidad de La Plata, ARGENTINA 5 // CUL011 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Capri 112 Rethinking Cosmopolitanism I Organizer : Fernando Rosenberg, Yale Chair(s) : Fernando Rosenberg, Yale Universalismo y cosmopolitismo: Fernando Rosenberg, Yale La literatura después de la ciudad letrada: Sergio Villalobos, of Pittsburgh Artes de la organización y cosmopolitismo: Ultra Red: Reinaldo Laddaga, of Pennsylvania Metáforas problemáticas: cosmopolitismo, globalización y universales: Hugo Achúgar, Univ de la República/Uruguay, URUGUAY New Cosmopolitas in Post-Soviet Cuba: Jacqueline Loss, of Connecticut 6 // CUL029 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Capri 108 Playing the Myth: Historicity in Chicano/a and Latina/o Texts Organizer : Tace Hedrick, of Florida Chair(s) : Tace Hedrick, of Florida (South)Western Origins, Changing Futures: Chicana/o and Latina/o Historiography: Tace Hedrick, of Florida Aesthetically Challenging Border Spaces: Border Murals and the Todos Somos Series: Michael Rowley, of Florida History is What Hurts: Moraga's Regenerative Pain: Suzanne Bost, Southern Methodist Remembering the Sacred Land: Calls to Aztlán: Kelli Johnson, Miami /Hamilton 7 // CUL039 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Capri 110 La modernidad y sus raíces Organizer : Andrés Avellaneda, of Florida Chair(s) : Andrés Avellaneda, of Florida Cultura y legitimación política en america latina: La vision de tres ensayistas: Omar Astorga, Universidad Central de Venezuela, VENEZUELA Whose Nietzsche for Latin America: Rodó's or Mariátegui's?: Diego von Vacano, Vassar College 8 // DEM006 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Capri 105 Guatemala después los acuerdos y las elecciones Organizer : Henry Frundt, Ramapo College Chair(s) : Frank LaRue, GUATEMALA El sistema de partidos en Guatemala: La fortaleza de los partidos políticos: María del Mar Martínez Rosón, of Salamanca, SPAIN Constitutional Limits on Presidential Terms and Constitutional Courts: The Strange Cases of Costa Rica and Guatemala: Michael Wise, Willamette Law School Peace, Democracy and the Guatemalan Election: Frank LaRue, GUATEMALA El movimiento Maya ocho años despúes de la firma de la paz: Francisco Calí, GUATEMALA Conflictos de la tierra y cambios recientes el la política de tierra en Guatemala: Ursula Roldán, GUATEMALA El papel del red de los observantes de la elección Guatemalteca: Miguel Angel Albizures, GUATEMALA La participación de la juventad en el proceso de paz y política: Anabella Rivera, GUATEMALA Discussant(s) : Henry Frundt, Ramapo College 9 // DEM015 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Monaco Tower 16 Inclusive Democracy-Building in Multicultural States: Cases from Panama Organizer : Gloria Rudolf, of Pittsburgh Chair(s) : Gloria Rudolf, of Pittsburgh Democracy Lite? Ethnic and Racial Divisions in Panama: Peter Sanchez, Loyola La casa es de forma de totuma y el infierno está fuera de la casa: Los pueblos indígenas de Panamá, carencias y potencialidades: Raúl Leis, Universidad de Panamá, PANAMA Native Culture, Political Culture, and Kuna Acceptance, : James Howe, MIT A New Era or More of the Same for the Ngöbe-Buglé?: Philip Young, of Oregon, John Bort, East Carolina Ethnic Strategies, Multicultural Tourism, and Democracy-Building: Carla Guerron-Montero, Regis LASA2004-1

15 THURSDAY / 8:00 am 9:45 am Alternative Modernity, the Aesthetics of Panama s Afro-Caribbean Art: Peter Szok, Texas Christian Discussant(s) : Carlos Guevara Mann, Comité Nacional del Centenario, PANAMA 10 // DEM025 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Royale Pavilion 1 Los deficits de la cultura política democrática en América Latina Organizer : Jaqueline Peschard, UNAM, MEXICO Chair(s) : Susana Mallo, Univ de la Rep Oriental de Uruguay, URUGUAY Credibility and Trust in Economic and Political Actors and Institutions. Their effects for the Argentine Democracy: Ruth (Maria) Sautu, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA, Ignacia Perugorría, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA Democracia, participación electoral y cultura política rural: Emma Livia Zevallos Aguilar, CEDEP, PERU Democracy Across Cultures, Does Gender Make a Difference?: Roderic Camp, Claremont McKenna College Los déficits democráticos en América Latina: Susana Mallo, Univ de la Rep Oriental de Uruguay, URUGUAY Cultura política, opinión pública y abstencionismo electoral: Roberto Javier Gutierrez Lopez, MEXICO Chile: la concertación en tiempos de crisis: Teresa Castro, Centro de Est Latinoamericanos, MEXICO El paradójico malestar social con la democracia Uruguay de los noventa: Miguel Serna, URUGUAY Discussant(s) : Jaqueline Peschard, UNAM, MEXICO 11 // DEM032 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Royale Skybox 202 Political Change and Political Survival in Cuba Organizer : Salomon Berman, Georgetown Chair(s) : Salomon Berman, Georgetown No hay patria sin virtud: Lan Chu, George Washington Transforming Latin America: The International and Domestic Origins of Change: David Pion-Berlin, of California Riverside, Craig Arceneaux, California State Polytechnic Univ What Was State Socialism and Why Did It Fall? Did It?: Lessons from Cuba: Salomon Berman, Georgetown Transición hacia una nueva civilidad: La experiencia cubana: Carlos Cabrera Rodríguez, Universidad de La Habana, CUBA Democracia y sistema política en Cuba: Olga Fernández de los Ríos, Instituto de Filosofía, CUBA 12 // DEM036 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Monaco Tower 15 Political Institutions: Facilitators of or Obstacles to Change Organizer : Cristina Puga, MEXICO Chair(s) : Cristina Puga, MEXICO El papel del Senado en el proceso legislativo: un estudio comparado de Argentina, Brasil, Chile y Uruguay: Mariana Llanos, Institut fuer Iberoamerika-kunde, GERMANY El Papel del Legislativo en los procesos de Transición Política Brasil ( ) y Perú ( ): Carlos Santander, Universidad de Brasília, BRAZIL Re-Examining Legislative Institutionalization in Bolivia and Colombia: Gungor Gaye, Florida International, Patricia Micolta, Florida International, Betilde Muñoz, Florida International Associations and Governance in Mexico: Cristina Puga, MEXICO Sistemas de rendición de cuentas y transparencia en América Latina: Alejandra Vallejo, Tulane 13 // ECO012 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Royale Skybox 201 Geographical Perspectives on Change in Mexico Organizer : Michal Kohout, Cal State Univ/San Bernadino Chair(s) : Michal Kohout, Cal State Univ/San Bernadino Geographic Information System: The Economic Clusters of the Industrial Sector in Mexico: Alejandro Davila, MEXICO The Discursive Use of Scale in Policy Reform: An Example from Mexico: Michal Kohout, Cal State Univ/San Bernadino Tying Farmers to Markets: Market Intermediaries and Commercial Agriculture in Southeasdtern Mexico: Eric Keys, Arizona State Land Use in the Southern Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico: Smallholder Agency in Changing Institutional Regimes: Roy Rinku Chowdhury, of Miami Geographic Contexts for Land Privatization in Mexico: Understanding the Environment of the Counter-Revolution: Eric Perramond, Stetson Boundedly Rational Land-Use Strategies and the Local Dimensions of Human Vulnerability and Resilience in the Yucatán Peninsula: Steven Manson, of Minnesota Living at a Distance: Transnationality, Scale and Subjectivity: Altha Cravey, Univ of North Carolina/Chapel Hill 14 // ECO015 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Monaco Tower 17 Through the Looking Glass: Latin America and Globalization Organizer : Renee Scherlen, Appalachian State Univ Chair(s) : Renee Scherlen, Appalachian State Univ Neoliberal Policies and Globalization: Looking for the Heterotopias in Tijuana's Zona del Rio: David Walker, of Kentucky The Old Man & the WTO: Castro, the G-22, and Globalization: Renee Scherlen, Appalachian State Univ, Cortland Bosc, of Texas/Austin Representing Globalization As Development: Reflections After Cancún: Cynthia Wood, Appalachian State Univ Chile and Mexico: From Third World Solidarity to Neoliberal Connivance: David Davila Villers, Univ de las Américas, MEXICO The Little Country that Said No! How Natural Gas Toppled a President in Bolivia: Kathleen Schroeder, Appalachian State Univ Discussant(s) : L. Baker Perry, Univ of North Carolina/Chapel Hill 15 // EDU007 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Royale Skybox 203 Sociedad y educación en México: pasado y presente Organizer : Patrice Olsen, Illinois State Chair(s) : Patrice Olsen, Illinois State La educación elemental en Tlaxcala durante el porfiriato: Blanca Esthela Santibáñez Tijerina, Benemérita Univ Autónoma de Puebla, MEXICO De lo invisible a lo visible: La lucha de las universidades: Gloria Arminda Tirado Villegas, Benemérita Univ Autónoma de Puebla, MEXICO Educación, trabajo, y regeneración. El caso de la penitenciaría jalisciense 'José Antonio Escobedo ' ( ): Jorge Alberto Trujillo Bretón, Universidad de Guadalajara, MEXICO Perfil de la educación privada en Puebla, del porfiriato a los años veinte: Estela Munguía Escamilla, Benemérita Univ Autónoma de Puebla, MEXICO Educación e industria. Hacia una cultura científico-técnica en Jalisco en la segunda mitad del siglo XIX: Federico de la Torre, Universidad de Guadalajara, MEXICO El concepto de responsabilidad en el quehacer tutorial: una experiencia transformadora: María del Carmen Santibáñez Tijerina, Benemérita Univ Autónoma de Puebla, MEXICO Discussant(s) : Estela Munguía Escamilla, Benemérita Univ Autónoma de Puebla, MEXICO 16 // GEN013 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Royale Skybox 211 Making a Killing: Gender and Violence in Modern Mexico Organizer : Jocelyn Olcott, Duke Chair(s) : Pablo Piccato, Columbia "Selling is More of a Habit than Using": Gendering Narcotraficantes, : Elaine Carey, St John's Imaginary Fears: Gender, Violence, and Mass Media in Postrevolutionary Mexico: Jocelyn Olcott, Duke Violencia de género en Cuba y México: Un análisis comparativo: Miriam Lang, Lateinamer Inst/Freie Univ Berlin, MEXICO Ciudad Juárez and "Ordinary" Violence in the Shadow of Femicide: Sarah Hill, Western Michigan Discussant(s) : Pablo Piccato, Columbia 17 // GEN018 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Royale Pavilion 4 Sexualidad, ciudad y violencia en Latinoamérica Organizer : Angela Espinosa, Univ of California/Irvine Chair(s) : Angela Espinosa, Univ of California/Irvine En busca de la <eu>tópica especifidad homosexual en "La virgen de los sicarios" de Fernando Vallejo: Angela Espinosa, Univ of California/Irvine Escribiendo sobre sexo: mujeres vs. hombres en el Uruguay de los 90: Giovanna Urdangarain, Indiana Univ/Bloomington Sexual Expression Under State Surveillance in Pedro Lemebel's Crónicas: Jane Griffin, Univ of California/Irvine LASA2004-2

16 THURSDAY / 8:00 am 9:45 am Bodies in Displacement: Sexuality and Contemporary Brazilian Culture: Talía Guzmán-González, Univ of Wisconsin/Madison Discussant(s) : Freyra Schiwy, of Connecticut 18 // GEN031 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Royale Pavilion 6 Power and Politics: Women in Spanish America, 19th and 20th Centuries Sponsor : Univ Católica de Chile Organizer : Ana Maria Stuven, Pontificia Univ Católica de Chile, CHILE Chair(s) : Ana Maria Stuven, Pontificia Univ Católica de Chile, CHILE La influencia de las mujeres en las sociedades teosóficas centroamericanas, l920-l940: Marta Casaus Arce, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, SPAIN Voces del sufragio femenino: Evolución de los discursos masculino y femenino : Javiera Errázuriz, Universidad Católica de Chile, CHILE La construcción del delito femenino a través de la prensa. Análisis de casos del diario El Mercurio, 1930: Carla Rivera, Universidad de Chile, CHILE La visión de las mujeres en el unionismo centroamericano: Teresa Garcia Giraldez, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, SPAIN Mujeres de clase media en chile: constitución de sujetos femeninos en la prensa de mujeres de la década de 1920: Claudia Montero, Universidad de Chile, SPAIN Chile or How Middle Sector Conservative Women Wielded Political Power: Yvonne Berliner, Universidad de Chile, CHILE Discussant(s) : Ana Maria Stuven, Pontificia Univ Católica de Chile, CHILE 19 // GEN036 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Capri 116 Women's Quotas and Other Electoral Battles Organizer : Clara Araújo, State Univ of Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL Chair(s) : Clara Araújo, State Univ of Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL From 'Militant Motherhood' to Gender Quotas: The Politics of Difference in the Quest for Citizenship in Argentina: Linda Chen, Indiana South Bend Quotas for Women in Bodies of Political Representation: The Case of Brazil in an International Comparative Perspective: Clara Araújo, State Univ of Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL The Impact of the 1998 Quota Law on the Political Participation of Colombianas: Stacey Hunt, Rutgers Chilean Women In Municipal Politics: Explaining Representation From The UDI: Magda Hinojosa, Harvard 20 // HIS005 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Capri 106 Latin American International Histories During the Cold War Organizer : Jerry Dávila, Univ of North Carolina/Charlotte Chair(s) : Stephen Streeter, McMaster, CANADA De exilios y asilos: Argentina y las migraciones políticas tras la Revolución Libertadora: Beatriz Figallo, Univ Católica de Rosario y CONICET, ARGENTINA Manuel Odría and the Forging of "Cold War" Alliance: Economics, Narcotics, and Democracy in U.S.-Peruvian Relations, : Glen Dorn, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Univ Nonproliferation, Nonalignment and Nuclear Foreign Policies During the Argentine Proceso, : David Sheinin, Trent, CANADA Prisoner With A Name, Cells Without Numbers: Israeli Foreign Policy and Human Rights in Argentina: Raanan Rein, Tel Aviv, ISRAEL To Forget Tlatelolco: The Formulation of Mexico's Latin America Policy Between Fidel Castro and Contadora, : Jurgen Buchenau, Univ of North Carolina/Charlotte Racialized Relations: Brazil and the Decolonization of Africa, : Jerry Dávila, Univ of North Carolina/Charlotte Discussant(s) : Stephen Streeter, McMaster, CANADA 21 // HIS009 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Top of the Riviera North Reading Technology, Re-reading History Organizer : Eden Miller Medina, MIT Chair(s) : Eden Miller Medina, MIT Boundless Worlds: Television s Multinational History?: Luisela Alvaray, Universidad Central de Venezuela, VENEZUELA The Science of Nation Building: Agustin Codazzi's Scientific Expeditions and the Construction of Political Power in Venezuela and Colombia, : Lina Del Castillo, of Miami Ciencia en el Perú del siglo XIX : Antonio Raimondi y la Historia Natural: Lizardo Alfredo Seiner Lizárraga, PERU Social and Economic Reform from Above in Cardenista Mexico: The Consejo Nacional de Educación Superior e Investigación Científica: Ana Maria Kapelusz Poppi, of Wisconsin Oshkosh Internet y ciudadanía: Procesos de producción de representaciones sociales de ciudadanía en tiempos de globalización: Gildardo Martinez, VENEZUELA The Cybernetic Road to Socialism: Computation, Ideology, and Governance in Chile, : Eden Miller Medina, MIT Fingerprints and Immigrants: Technologies of Social Control in Turn of the Century Argentina: Julia Rodriguez, of New Hampshire Modernity, Gender, and Technology during the Military Regime of Augusto Pinochet ( ): Margaret Power, Illinois Institute of Technology Discussant(s) : Peter Winn, Tufts 22 // HIS014 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Capri 111 Latin American Modernities: Brazil, Peru and Mexico Organizer : Pamela Voekel, of Georgia Chair(s) : Elliot Young, Lewis and Clark College La influencia del positivismo en el Peru: la mirada educativa de Mercedes Cabello de Carbonera: Fanni Muñoz Cabrejo, Univ Católica del Perú, PERU The Symbols of Modernity: Tchuantepec in the National Imagination: Ageeth Sluis, of Arizona Death and Empire: Capital Punishment, Slavery, and Monarchy in Nineteenth-Century Brazil: Alexandra Brown, Florida Atlantic Liberal Religion in Mexico: The Constitutional Clergy: Pamela Voekel, of Georgia Presencias urbanas: Sociabilidades e identidades de la diferencia: Jorge Bracamonte Allain, Univ de San Marcos, PERU Childhood and Popular Culture in Mexico City, : Eileen Ford, Univ of Illinois/Urbana Champaign Discussant(s) : Jessica Chapin, Univ of Texas/Austin 23 // HIS036 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Capri 107 Finding Society in Yucatan: Cross-disciplinary Approaches to Yucatecan History Organizer : Stephanie Smith, Ohio State Chair(s) : Matthew Restall, Penn State People as Property: African Slavery in Late Colonial Yucatan: Matthew Restall, Penn State People and Property: Maya Wealth in 19th Century Yucatan: Juliette Levy, of California/Riverside Protecting the People s Property: Revolutionary Women Teachers and the Education of the Rural Maya Worker: Stephanie Smith, Ohio State Discussant(s) : Terry Rugeley, of Oklahoma 24 // INT013 Workshop Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Royale Skybox 206 La reformulación del concepto de seguridad en el hemisferio y el impacto en la región Sponsor : Washington Office on Latin America Organizer : Gastón Chillier, Washington Office on Latin America Chair(s) : Gastón Chillier, Washington Office on Latin America Participants: Cristina Eguizábal, Ford Foundation Mexico; Victor Abramovich, CELS; Alvaro Camacho, Universidad de los Andes; Isabel Jaramillo Edwards, Centro de Estudios sobre América 25 // LAT004 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Royale Skybox 205 Action Research with Latino Communities: Community- Collaboratives Sponsor : California State Univ/San Marcos Organizer : Gerardo Gonzalez, California State Univ/San Marcos Chair(s) : Konane Martínez, California State Univ/San Marcos Forging Cooperation and Commitment: The Challenge of and Community Health Collaboration: Konane Martínez, California State Univ/San Marcos Forging -Community Collaboratives for Education Reform and Social Justice in the U.S.-Mexico Border Region: Jorge Riquelme, California State Univ/San Marcos Universities and Community Coalitions: The CAFA Case Study: Arcela Núñez-Alvarez, National Latino Research Center Discussant(s) : Gerardo Gonzalez, California State Univ/San Marcos LASA2004-3

17 THURSDAY / 8:00 am 9:45 am 26 // LAT014 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Grande Ballroom F Symbolic Politics and Racialized Latino Identities Organizer : Malgorzata Oleszkiewicz-Peralba, of Texas/San Antonio Chair(s) : Malgorzata Oleszkiewicz-Peralba, of Texas/San Antonio Latino Parental Involvement in Children s Education: Perceptions and Practices: Victor Córdova, of Pittsburgh Beyond Personal Connection: High School Students' Intertextual Address of Stuctural Racism: Eliane Rubinstein-Avila, of Education, Shean Arce, Tucson Magnet High School, Curtis Acosta, Tucson Magnet High School Public Opinion on Immigration and Immigrants: Are There Differences by Race and Ethnicity?: David Leal, of Texas/Austin, Alan Kessler, of Texas/Austin Latino Comics: An Alternative Revolution in the USA: Ana Merino, Appalachian State Hybridity and Appropriation: The Subversion of Images in the Mexican American Southwest: Malgorzata Oleszkiewicz-Peralba, of Texas/San Antonio Manipulating Latinidad(es): The Bodily Performance of Cartman as Jennifer Lopez in "South Park": Jennifer Rudolph, of Illinois/Chicago Discussant(s) : Jorge Marturano, Case Western Reserve 31 // LCO058 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Royale Pavilion 5 Instituciones y revistas: construir el siglo XX Organizer : Carla Giaudrone, Rutgers Chair(s) : Carla Giaudrone, Rutgers Narrative State Apparatuses: Political Narratology, Novelistic Discourse and Post-Independent State Formation in Latin America: Abraham Acosta, of Michigan Empeños de homogeneidad y teleología en las estrategias narrativas de Historia de la cultura en la América Hispana de Pedro Henríquez Ureña: Alberto Egea Fernández-Montesinos, Fund Ctr de Estudios Andaluces, SPAIN Narratives of the Centennial Celebrations of Spanish American Independence: Carla Giaudrone, Rutgers La Revista Nosotros (Argentina, ) ante la I Guerra Mundial: Clara Jalif, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, ARGENTINA Vuelta: Una revista que aspira a entender las cosas: Jaime Perales, Georgetown Mundo y "Nuevo mundo": Dario y el Modernismo Cosmopolita: Clara Ronderos, Univ of Massachusetts/Amherst 27 // LCN001 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Grande Ballroom H Las cabezas de Salomé: representaciones orientalistas en el modernismo hispanoamericano Organizer : Francisco Morán, Southern Methodist Chair(s) : Francisco Morán, Southern Methodist Divulgar la letra, dispersar valores: Gómez Carrillo y los libros de crónicas : Graciela Montaldo, Universidad Simón Bolívar, VENEZUELA Viajes imaginarios: el ser y el otro en el modernismo oriental: Jorge Camacho, of South Carolina "De todas las cabezas quiero tu cabeza": La figura de Salomé en Rosario a Eros, de Delmira Agustini: Ana Peluffo, Univ of California/Davis Abraham Valdelomar, el opio chino y la invención de los incas: Roberto Pareja, Georgetown Discussant(s) : Gwen Kirkpatrick, Georgetown 28 // LCO016 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Monaco Tower 14 Jewish Latin America: Memory and Representation Panel I Organizer : Alejandro Meter, of San Diego Chair(s) : Alejandro Meter, of San Diego De libros y recuerdos: políticas de la memoria en la narrativa del Río de la Plata: Alejandro Meter, of San Diego Una retórica del cruce. Ficciones de identidad en Germán Rozenmacher: María Gabriela Mizraje, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA Sepharad in Brazil: Between the Metaphorical and the Literal: Monique Rodrigues Balbuena, of Oregon Discussant(s) : Darrell Lockhart, of Nevada/Reno 29 // LCO036 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Royale Pavilion 3 After Theory's Fall: A Contracorriente and Sociohistorical Approaches to Latin American Literature Organizer : Hector Jaimes, North Carolina State Monsiváis en la encrucijada de los 60: Gabriela Díaz de Gallegos, Southwestern La pobreza de la teoría como material novelesco: "El fin de la locura" de Jorge Volpi: Roger Zapata, Montclair State Benedetti: La memoria y la utopía: Greg Dawes, North Carolina State Discussant(s) : Peter Smith, Univ of California/San Diego 30 // LCO056 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Monaco Tower 13 Displacement, Deterritorialization, and the Uses of Language Organizer : Virginia Tuma, Duke Chair(s) : Tabea Linhard, Washington /St. Louis El refugio de la memoria: exilio, memoria y fantasía en 'La Habana para un infante difunto': Dylon Robbins, Princeton Ishica, de quién sos?: Language and Memory in Novia que te vea: Tabea Linhard, Washington /St. Louis Code Switching and the Latina/o Political Imaginary: Virginia Tuma, Duke Para una lengua atlántica: Marcos Canteli, Duke Argentina in the Wake of The Battle over Spanish : the Instituto de Filología : Javier Krauel, Duke LASA // LCO060 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Royale Pavilion 7 Cuba contemporanea: narrativa y poesía Organizer : Walfrido Dorta Sánchez, Universidad de la Habana, CUBA Chair(s) : Walfrido Dorta Sánchez, Universidad de la Habana, CUBA Unidad y sentido histórico en "Vista del amanecer en el trópico": Luciano Cruz-Morgado Desire, History and Narrative in Reinaldo Arenas s "El palacio de las blanquísimas mofetas": Erica Miller, of Pennsylvania Estaciones, Estados, Documentos: Poesía Cubana e Ideología en los Ochenta y los Noventa del Siglo XX: Walfrido Dorta Sánchez, Universidad de la Habana, CUBA Características de la Poesía Cubana de los Noventa: Yamilé Padrón Alfonso, Ministerio de Cultura, CUBA 33 // LCO063 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Top of the Riviera South La novela histórica y la historiografía Organizer : Kevin Guerrieri, of San Diego Chair(s) : Kevin Guerrieri, of San Diego La novela histórica latinoamericana reciente: Cecilia López Badano, of Oregon La revolución al azar: Martín Luis Guzmán, el águila y la serpiente y la paradoja del intelectual: Tanya Huntington, Univ of Maryland/College Park Los pliegues del mapa ilustrado: una audición de voces femeninas en una novela histórica ecuatoriana: Rut Roman Murder, Revolution and the Labyrinth: Cubans in Costa Rica: Alina Camacho-Gingerich, St John's Estética y política en la novela colombiana de la guerra de los Mil Días: Pax y Diana cazadora: Kevin Guerrieri, of San Diego "La casa de las dos palmas" de Manuel Mejía Vallejo: Documento de una época, de una región y su cultura: Consuelo Hernández, American 34 // LCO066 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Royale Skybox 210 Temas Afro-Latinos en el Gran Caribe Organizer : Thomas Anderson, of Notre Dame Chair(s) : Thomas Anderson, of Notre Dame Tracing the Development of a Tradition of Afro-Brazilian Women s Writings. From Written Subject to Writing Subject: Dawn Duke, of Tennessee Witchcraft, Superstition, and the Havana Underworld: Echoes of Fernando Ortiz "Los negros brujos" in the Works of Two Afrocubanist Poets: Thomas Anderson, of Notre Dame Interpenetrations: José Lins do Rego and His "Sugar Daddy": César Braga- Pinto, Rutgers Perspectiva femenina sobre la esclavitud brasileña: Cristina Sáenz de Tejada, Goucher College Alejo Carpentier y Lino Novás Calvo: Singularidad y Diversidad: Cira Romero Rodríguez, Inst de Literatura y Linguistica, CUBA Post Colonial Classics of the Dutch Caribbean: Olga Rojer, American

18 THURSDAY / 8:00 am 9:45 am 35 // LCO071 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Royale Pavilion 8 Literature and Cultural Production in Argentina Organizer : Magdalena Garcia Pinto, of Missouri Chair(s) : Magdalena Garcia Pinto, of Missouri Globalizacion y post-modernismo en la narrativa chilena contemporanea (Lemebel, Fuguet, Bolano): Alejandro Bernal El escritor argentino y la radio de los años treinta: posiciones, préstamos, transposiciones: Betina Gonzalez, of Texas/El Paso The Abject Ass of Ideology: The Meaning of Desertion in Fogwill s "Los pichiciegos": Constanza Svidler, Univ of Michigan/Ann Arbor (Maqui)naciones antagónicas: Erdosain y Houssay se cruzan en el laboratorio: Hernán Feldman, Indiana Avatares culturales de la década de los noventa en la Argentina: Magdalena Garcia Pinto, of Missouri 36 // MTG047 LASA Committee Meeting Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Royale Skybox 212 Fundraising Committee Meeting I Sponsor : LASA Organizer : Marysa Navarro, Dartmouth College 37 // MTI009 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Royale Skybox 209 Desplazados y desplazamiento en y de Colombia Organizer : Alvaro Bolaños, of Florida Chair(s) : Alvaro Bolaños, of Florida Los desplazados del Valle del Cauca en el siglo XVI: Alvaro Bolaños, of Florida El San Pacho quibdoceño, crónica de un espectáculo y el espectáculo como crónica: Daniel Mosquera, Union College El desorden en la sociedad reglada: visiones de los desplazamientos en la Medellín de los últimos 30 años: Oscar Lopez, Saint Louis Nordic Dreams, o "ni todos buenos ni todos malos": los EE UU como atracción y repulsión en escritores colombianos de los años cincuenta: Gilberto Gomez, Wabash College Pintar o escribir: angustia creada por el desplazamiento en "Cárcel por amor" de Alvaro Pineda Botero: Jose Cardona Lopez, Texas A&M Int'l De Africa al nuevo mundo: desplazamiento y exilio en la obra de Manuel Zapata Olivella: Olga Arbelaez, Saint Louis 39 // POL021 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Royale Skybox 208 Politicas de Informação e Comunicações: Governo, Sociedade e Relações de Poder Organizer : Othon Jambeiro, Universidade Federal da Bahia, BRAZIL Chair(s) : Othon Jambeiro, Universidade Federal da Bahia, BRAZIL Sociedade da Informação no Brasil: Relações de Poder e Desenvolvimento da Telecomunicações: Othon Jambeiro, Universidade Federal da Bahia, BRAZIL Políticas de Comunicação no Brasil. O que Muda Com o Governo Lula?: Valério Brittos, UNISINOS, BRAZIL Agencias Reguladoras - A Reconciliação com a Política: Murilo Ramos, Universidade de Brasília, BRAZIL Wireless Networks and Rural Development: Opportunities for Latin America: Hernan Galperin, of South California 40 // POL027 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Capri 114 The New Latin American Left: Origins and Future Trajectory Organizer : César Rodríguez-Garavito, Univ of Wisconsin/Madison Chair(s) : César Rodríguez-Garavito, Univ of Wisconsin/Madison Promises Unfulfilled?: Incorporation of Young People into the Partido Revolucionario Institucional: Frederic Cady, of Texas/Austin Lessons from the Left in the City: Benjamin Goldfrank, of New Mexico The Articulation of Social Movements and Political Parties in the New Latin American Left: Boaventura de Sousa Santos, of Wisconsin/Madison Origins, Proposals and Constraints of the New Latin American Left: Daniel Chavez, Transnational Institute, THE NETHERLANDS La Nueva Izquierda Colombiana: Orígenes, Características y Perspectivas: Patrick Barrett, César Rodríguez-Garavito, Univ of Wisconsin/Madison 41 // POL040 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Capri 113 Subnational Social Spending Organizer : Gabriela Pérez Yarahuán, Universidad Iberoamericana, MEXICO Chair(s) : Gabriela Pérez Yarahuán, Universidad Iberoamericana, MEXICO Policy Choice and Electoral Manipulation in Social Welfare Programs in Mexico: from PRONASOL to PROGRESA: Gabriela Pérez Yarahuán, Universidad Iberoamericana, MEXICO Political Competition and the Composition of Subnational Government Spending: Alejandra Armesto, of Notre Dame Bonds that Free? Local Autonomy and Municipal Bonds in Tijuana, BC, Mexico: Emily Edmonds-Poli, of San Diego The Political System Determinants of the Municipal Expenditure, the Colombian Case: : Monica Pachon, Univ of California/San Diego, Fabio Sánchez Torres, COLOMBIA Local Parties and Local Politics: Exploring Budgetary Choices in Bolivia and Mexico: Matthew Singer, Duke 42 // POL042 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Capri 115 Economic Crises and Financial Sector Reforms Organizer : James Mahoney, Brown The Politics of Fiscal Reform and Public Bank Privatization in Brazil: Kevin Schroeder, of Texas/Austin Party Ideology and Policy Choices: Daniela Campello, UCLA Power Distribution and Government Performance The Political Economy of Financial Crisis Management and Resolution: Gabriela Nava-Campos, Northwestern 43 // RAE007 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Royale Skybox 207 Comparing Indigenismo Organizer : Michelle Bigenho, Hampshire College Chair(s) : Zoila Mendoza, of California/Davis Indians or Criollos: Defining Race and Ethnicity of Argentina s non-white Population in Calchaquí Valley, : Oscar Chamosa, Univ of North Carolina/Chapel Hill Producción folklórica, regionalismo y nacionalismo entre los cusqueños: : Zoila Mendoza, of California/Davis Historicizing Indianness in 20th Century Mexican National Culture: Rick Lopez, Amherst College Bolivian Fantasia: Michelle Bigenho, Hampshire College Excavating Identity: The Use of the Indian Past in Porfirian Mexico: Christina Bueno, of California/Davis Discussant(s) : Brooke Larson, Stony Brook, Diane Nelson, Duke 44 // RAE008 Panel Thursday 8:00-9:45 am Grande Ballroom E Emerging Perspectives on Race, Gender and Anti-racism in Brazil Organizer : Kia Caldwell, California State Univ/Monterey Bay Chair(s) : Joao Costa Vargas, of Texas/Austin Hyperconsiousness of Race and its Negation: The Dialectic of White Supremacy in Brazil: Joao Costa Vargas, of Texas/Austin Racism, Sexism and Health Experiences: Criola's Programs and the Building of Alternative Identity and Political Strategies: Sonia dos Santos, of Texas/Austin Race Wars and Black NGO Activism in Brazil: Atahyde Motta Filho, of Texas/Austin Discussant(s) : Jafari Allen, of Texas/Austin LASA2004-5

19 THURSDAY / 10:00 am 11:45 am Thursday 10:00-11:45 am 45 // AGR006 Panel Thursday 10:00-11:45 am Capri 111 Conflicto Agrario, Cambio Político y Zapatismo en Chiapas, Organizer : Neil Harvey, New Mexico State Chair(s) : María Eugenia Reyes Ramos, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO Social Regulation and Oil Extraction in Contemporary Tabasco: Corporate Interventions in Mexico's Oil Producing Region: Anna Zalik, Cornell Violencia Agraria en Chiapas: María Eugenia Reyes Ramos, Univ Autónoma Metropolitana, MEXICO Cambio y Continuidad en el Chiapas Agrario: : Daniel Villafuerte Solís, Universidad de Chiapas, MEXICO, María del Carmen García del Aguilar, Universidad de Chiapas, MEXICO Days of Shaking Fury: Ladinos, Masculinity and the Politics of Land Reform in Zapatista Chiapas: Aaron Bobrow-Strain, Whitman College Derechos colectivos versus derechos individuales? La asamblea comunitaria y los cambios en la representación social y política: Inés Castro Apreza, Universidad de Chiapas, MEXICO Discussant(s) : Neil Harvey, New Mexico State 46 // CIT013 Panel Thursday 10:00-11:45 am Royale Skybox 208 Architecture, Urbanism, and Citizenship Organizer : Ernesto Capello, of Texas/Austin Chair(s) : Ernesto Capello, of Texas/Austin "Migrant Architecture" in the Ecuadorian Andes: Local Professional Discourses, Cultural Dynamics and Social Prestige: Christien Klaufus, Universiteit Utrecht, THE NETHERLANDS Do Engenho Velho ao Andarahy Grande: o bairro do Grajaú e a formação de uma identidade urbana no Rio de Janeiro: Antonio Ferreira Colchete Filho, BRAZIL Learning from Favelas, a condition for Survival: The Jeitinho: Paola Jacques, FAUFBA, BRAZIL Mapping fin-de-siecle Quito: Cloister, Capital, or City?: Ernesto Capello, of Texas/Austin Palmas: A New Modern Capitol for the State of Tocantines, Brazil: Steven Wright, Edinboro Univ of Pennsylvania 47 // CTM003 Panel Thursday 10:00-11:45 am Capri 101 Art/Justice: Critical Visuality or Global Subsumption Organizer : Alessandro Fornazzari, Duke Chair(s) : Freyra Schiwy, of Connecticut Viajes y desplazamientos del cine latinoamericano actual: Edgardo Dieleke El deseo de perder(se): la casa de juego como performancia literaria y cinematográfica: Claudine Potvin, of Alberta, CANADA Video, Coloniality and the Global Market Place: Freyra Schiwy, of Connecticut Escobar, Genealogy, Freedom: Juan Carlos Rodríguez, Duke Beyond Marginality: Connectivity and Conjugation in Aesthetic Theory and Practice: Jon Beasley-Murray, of Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM Speculation, Abstraction, and the Visual: Visual Arts in the Age of Finance Capital: Alessandro Fornazzari, Duke Marginalidad, Residuo, Diferencia y Crítica: la (im)posibilidad de narrativizar la esfera estética y política de Chile desde la actualidad: Iara Diaz Araujo, Duke 48 // CUL006 Panel Thursday 10:00-11:45 am Monaco Tower 17 Psychoanalysis and Politics in Latin America Sponsor : Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies Organizer : John Kraniauskas, of London/Birkbeck, UNITED KINGDOM Chair(s) : John Kraniauskas, of London/Birkbeck, UNITED KINGDOM Tiempo, lenguaje, historia: políticas de la inscripción en psicoanálisis: Federico Galende, CHILE The New Man, Melancholia and Oedipus' Sons (Contemporary Intellectual Production in Post-Revolutionary Cuba): Marta Hernandez Salvan, Duke Terror and Surrender: Rozitchner and the Political Critique of Lacanianism: Philip Derbyshire, of London/Birkbeck, UNITED KINGDOM Are There Any Saints Left? Politics, Psychoanalysis, Religion: Bruno Bosteels, Cornell Discussant(s) : Alberto Moreiras, Duke 49 // CUL012 Panel Thursday 10:00-11:45 am Capri 112 Rethinking Cosmopolitanism II Organizer : Fernando Rosenberg, Yale Chair(s) : Fernando Rosenberg, Yale Consuming Cosmopolitanism: Emily Hind, Universidad Iberoamericana, MEXICO Cosmopolitanism Means Synchronization: Latin American Radio in the 30s and 40s: Anke Birkenmaier, Yale Cosmopolitics and the Question of Literature: Lezama Lima's "La Expresion Americana": Roman de la Campa, SUNY/Stony Brook Discussant(s) : Horacio Legras, Georgetown 50 // CUL034 Panel Thursday 10:00-11:45 am Monaco Tower 15 Rethinking Spain's and Latin American Transatlantic Cultural Relations Organizer : Marina Perez De Mendiola, Scripps College Chair(s) : Marina Perez De Mendiola, Scripps College Jorge Oteiza's Modernity and His Latin American Travels: Marina Perez De Mendiola, Scripps College Crossing through Chueca: Spanish and Latin American Lesbians and the Literature of Queer Madrid: Jill Robbins, of California/Irvine From Poverty of a Culture to Hybrid Cultures: The Development of Chicano Studies in Spain: Salvador Fernández, Occidental College Eroticismo transatlánticos en la red: Venus en Buenos Aires y el cibersexo: Maite Zubiaurre, of Southern California La historia de la cándida Eréndira desde la perspectiva postcolonialista: César López, Scripps College Discussant(s) : Roberta Johnson, Kansas 51 // CUL037 Workshop Thursday 10:00-11:45 am Capri 104 Pedagogy and Culture in Latin(o) American Studies Organizer : Silvia Tandeciarz, The College of William and Mary Chair(s) : Silvia Tandeciarz, The College of William and Mary Participants: Sandra Raggio, Universidad de la Plata; Christina Buckley, Furman ; Carla Buck, The College of William and Mary; Alice Nelson, Evergreen State College 52 // DEM016 Panel Thursday 10:00-11:45 am Capri 105 The Chilean Right and the 2005 Presidential Election Organizer : Paul Sigmund, Princeton Chair(s) : Paul Sigmund, Princeton The Ideologies and Program of the Chilean Right: Paul Sigmund, Princeton Electoral Rules and Mutual Aversion: Why Electoral Alliance of the RN and UDI Continues Despite their Differences: Francisco Javier Diaz, of Pittsburgh Joaquin Lavín y la nueva agenda: Eugenio Guzman, Universidad Adolfo Ibanez, CHILE Discussant(s) : Mark Falcoff, American Enterprise Institute, Hannah Stewart- Gambino, Lehigh 53 // DEM019 Panel Thursday 10:00-11:45 am Capri 113 Argentina Tres Años Después del Derrumbe. Organizer : Marcelo Cavarozzi, USAM, ARGENTINA Chair(s) : Marcelo Cavarozzi, USAM, ARGENTINA Los desafíos de la nueva relación entre política y economía: Marcelo Cavarozzi, USAM, ARGENTINA El sistema de representación después "diluvio". Hacia una relectura del esquema partidario argentino: Juan Manuel Abal Medina, UBA/CONICET, ARGENTINA, María Celeste Ratto, UBA/CONICET/FLACSO (Argentina), ARGENTINA El patrón Argentino de fragmentación política. Una transición dentro de la consolidación democrática (Diciembre Abril 2003): María Matilde Ollier, Fundación Fundar y revista Textos, ARGENTINA La Argentina ante una encrucijada histórica: de regreso al modelo sustitutivo o rumbo a una economía abierta y competitiva?: Guillermo Rozenwurcel, UNSAM-CONICET, ARGENTINA El discreto encanto de la opacidad: Intelectuales y cultura sin paraísos ni infiernos. Argentina : Horacio Crespo, Univ Autó del Estado de Morelos, MEXICO LASA2004-6

20 THURSDAY / 10:00 am 11:45 am Still a National Party System? Evidences and Uncertainties about the Argentinean Federalization of Party Competition: Julieta Suarez Cao, Northwestern, Luciana Cingolani, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA Reflexiones después de la crisis: la necesidad de reconstruir las capacidades del estado argentino: Facundo Nejamkis, UBA/UNQ, ARGENTINA, Matías Triguboff, UBA/CONICET, ARGENTINA Discussant(s) : Juan Manuel Abal Medina, UBA/CONICET, ARGENTINA 54 // ECO023 Panel Thursday 10:00-11:45 am Royale Skybox 201 Perspectives on the Financial Sector in Latin America Organizer : Patricia Ledesma Liébana, Northwestern Chair(s) : Giovanna Aguilar Andía, Pontificia Univ Católica del Perú, PERU The Political Economy of Foreign Banks in Mexico: The Politics and Paradoxes of Protection in an Ostensibly Open Economy: Diana Thorburn, Johns Hopkins, JAMAICA La morosidad de las Instituciones Microfinancieras (IMF) Peruanas: Giovanna Aguilar Andía, Pontificia Univ Católica del Perú, PERU, Gonzalo Camargo Cárdenas, Pontificia Univ del Perú, PERU Managing Reserves and the Banking System: The Banking Crisis in Peru: Patricia Ledesma Liébana, Northwestern External Vulnerability of Emerging Economies and Regional Financial Cooperation: East Asia and Latin America: Geneviève Marchini, Univ of Guadalajara, MEXICO Dollarization in Ecuador: Policy, Process, and Outcome: Tricia Mulligan, Iona College, John Riley, Jr, Kutztown Univ of Pennsylvania Situación financiera de América Latina: Balance crítico de los últimos 10 años: Mercedes Garcia Ruiz, ANEC, CUBA The Cuban Central Bank - Cuban exceptionalism, "el bono revolucionario", and other Market-Friendly Recommendations Towards Financial Integration: Jose Gabilondo, Florida Intl 55 // ECO026 Panel Thursday 10:00-11:45 am Royale Skybox 207 Foreign Trade and Aid in Latin America Organizer : Jon Jonakin, TN Technological Chair(s) : Jon Jonakin, TN Technological The Contradictions of Latin American Export Promotion: The Growth of Manufactured Exports, Debt, and De-industrialized Labor: Jon Jonakin, TN Technological Who Gets Foreign Aid, and Why? The Structures of Aid Organizations in the US and Brazil: Gina Yannitell Reinhardt, Washington Vested Interests and the Political Economy of Tariff Setting: Monica Arruda de Almeida, UCLA Overstretch and Underdevelopment: Export Processing Zones, US Hegemony and the Limits to Soft Power in Latin America and the Middle East: Pete Moore, of Miami, Andrew Schrank El entorno externo latinoamericano y caribeño: análisis comparativo de los patrones de relaciones económicas de Estados Unidos y la unión europea con la región: Hilda Elena Puerta Rodriguez, Universidad de la Habana, CUBA El Proyecto ALCA: Una propuesta para el desarrollo de América Latina?: Carmen Barbara Quintela Fernandez, Universidad de la Habana, CUBA 56 // ENV005 Panel Thursday 10:00-11:45 am Royale Skybox 203 Local and Non-Local Actors and Responses to Conservation Organizer : Alison Cliath, Washington State Chair(s) : Mary Brook, of Texas/Austin Caminando por Cuba con John Francis: por la paz, la amistad entre los pueblos y la conservación del medio ambiente: Carlos Rosa Saavedra, ECOVIDA, CUBA, Carlos Díaz Guanche, ECOVIDA, CUBA Cross-Scale Linkages among Forest Management Institutions in the Miskitu Commons: Mary Brook, of Texas/Austin Mediating Actors in Environmental Conservation? A Comparative Study of INGO State (?) - Community Relationships in Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica and Cuba: Alison Cliath, Washington State, Erik Nielsen, Alaska Pacfic Los actores locales comunitarios en la gestión ambiental. Estudios de caso en áreas protegidas cubanas: Lilia Teresa Núñez Moreno, CIPS, CUBA 57 // GEN004 Panel Thursday 10:00-11:45 am Royale Pavilion 7 Género, Violencia y Salud Reproductiva Organizer : Irene Casique, Univ Nacional Autónoma de México Chair(s) : Irene Casique, Univ Nacional Autónoma de México Cuándo puedo decir no? Empoderamiento femenino y sexo no deseado en México: Irene Casique, Univ Nacional Autónoma de México Violencia contra mujeres. Resultados de la primera encuesta nacional sobre violencia doméstica en México: Roberto Castro, UNAM, MEXICO La percepción de los estudiantes adolescentes de la violencia familiar. El caso de Chiapas y San Luis Potosí, México: Leticia Suárez, Inst Nacional de Salud Pública, MEXICO, Catherine Menkes, MEXICO Sexual Coercion at First Sex in Brazil: Evidence from Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais and Recife, Pernambuco: Ann Moore, The Alan Guttmacher Institute Gender, Race, Violence, and Reproductive Health in Unions: The Experience of a Favela in Belo Horizonte, Brazil: Paula Miranda-Ribeiro, UFMG, BRAZIL, Júnia Quiroga, BRAZIL Discussant(s) : Gloria González-López, of Texas/Austin 58 // GEN025 Workshop Thursday 10:00-11:45 am Royale Skybox 206 Mujeres Mirando al Sur: Antología de Poetas Sudamericanas en USA Organizer : Zulema Moret, Great Valley State Chair(s) : Maria Negroni, Sarah Lawrence College Participants: Lila Zemborain, New York ; Mariela Dreyfus, New York ; Consuelo Hernández, American ; Emma Sepulveda, of Nevada/Reno; Gladys Illaregui, of Delaware; Alicia Partnoy, Loyola Marymount Discussant(s) : Zulema Moret, Great Valley State 59 // GEN035 Panel Thursday 10:00-11:45 am Grande Ballroom H Women, Art, and Literature in Contemporary Latin America Organizer : Ana Eugenia Hib Mainero, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA Chair(s) : Virginia Adan-Lifante, Texas A & M Exposiciones de artistas mujeres desde la reapertura de la democracia: discursos curatoriales y reconfiguración de la subjetividad argentina: Ana Eugenia Hib Mainero, Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA Building a Bridge Between Cosmopolitanism and Border Thinking: Latin American and Latina Women's Incursion within Strategies of Displacement and Diasporic Travel: Carolina Latorre, Purdue Aquí también cuentan las mujeres: Feminismo en el ensayo puertorriqueño contemporáneo: Virginia Adan-Lifante, Texas A & M The Shadow of Medusa: Gender, Identity and Intertext in "La Milagrosa" by Carmen Boullosa: Maria Akrabova, Wichita State El chiste como estrategia en la agencia femenina de la ensayista latinoamericana: Lucero Tenorio-Gavin, Oklahoma State 60 // HIS035 Panel Thursday 10:00-11:45 am Monaco Tower 13 Cultural History and the Transnational Turn: New Approaches Organizer : Micol Seigel, Cal State Univ/Los Angeles The "Pernicious Gringo": William Jenkins and the Rhetoric of the Mexican Revolution: Andrew Paxman, of Texas/Austin Bananas and Leisure: The United Fruit Company's Caribbean Tourist Enterprise, : James Martin, of New Mexico 'Consuming and Producing Nations': Fordist Fictions in Brazilian Coffee Ad Campaigns: Micol Seigel, Cal State Univ/Los Angeles Between the Intertextual and the International, the Transcultural and the Transnational: Mexico, the United States, and Film c.1930-c.1960: Seth Fein, Yale Colonial Outpost to Bohemian Mecca: The Development of Tourism in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, : Lisa Pinley, Yale Discussant(s) : Richard Rodriguez, Cal State Univ/Los Angeles 61 // HIS041 Panel Thursday 10:00-11:45 am Capri 108 Violence and Order in Mexico Organizer : William Beezley, of Arizona Chair(s) : Alexander Dawson, Simon Fraser, CANADA Indigenismo and Caciquismo in Post-Revolutionary Mexico: Alexander Dawson, Simon Fraser, CANADA Death, Desacralization, and the Will: Death Rites in 18th Century Mexico: Brian Larkin, St John's Puppets for Progress: The Teatro Petul and Indigenismo in Highland Chiapas, Mexico, : Stephen Lewis, California State Univ/Chico La Revolucion Mexicana bajo la mirada de Anita Brenner: Yolanda Padilla, Univ Autónoma de Aguascalientes, MEXICO El Legado Jesuita y La Educación de los Indios: El Colegio de San Luis de la Paz en el Siglo XVIII: Ileana Schmidt-Díaz de León, Universidad de Guanajuato, MEXICO LASA2004-7

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