Faculty Publications-Latin American Studies-March 2021

Latin American Studies

Berquist, Emily. “Bonds of Affection? The Catholic Church and Slavery in New Spain,” in Scott Eastman and Vincent Sanz, eds., Rethinking Spain’s Atlantic Empire in the Nineteenth Century: Christopher Schmidt-Nowara’s Histories of Spain and the Antilles, forthcoming 2021, Berghahn Books.

—. “The Abolition of the Slave Trade in the Spanish Empire,” in Alex Borucki, David Eltis, and David Wheat, eds., From the Galleons to the Highlands: Slave Trade Routes in the Spanish Americas, University of New Mexico Press, 2020. 

—. “The Spanish Slave Trade During the American Revolutionary War,” in Gabriel Paquette and Gonzalo Quintero, eds., Spain and the American Revolution: New Approaches and Perspectives. London: Routledge, 2020.

Chinchilla, Norma Stoltz. No puede haber revolución sin canciones (ni sin arte, ni educación popular, ni solidaridad internacional), o lo que aprendí de la Unidad Popular de Chile, 1970-1973 in Robert Austin Henry, Joana Salém Vasconcelos y Viviana Canibilo Ramírez.(Eds) La vía chilena al socialismo 50 años después Tomo II (Memoria), http://biblioteca.clacso.edu.ar/clacso/se/20201201032252/La-via-chilena-al-socialismo-Tomo-II.pdf, Chile: CLASCO. 2020. 497-514.

—. The 1980s Sanctuary Movement, in Remaking Radicalism: ​​A Grassroots Documentary Reader of the United States, 1973–2001: Edited by Dan Berger and Emily K. Hobson; Athens, Geogia: U. of Georgia Press. October 1, 2020, 272-273.

Gasior, Bonnie.“Década de 1930: La autobiografía y el <<raro perfil psicológico>> de <<el mejor poeta de su tiempo>>.” La recepción literaria de Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz: un siglo de apreciaciones críticas (1910-2010). Biblioteca batioja: Instituto de Ideas Auriseculares (IDEA), 2021, pp. 97-119.

—. “Free Minds Book Club: Students Reading and Responding to Incarcerated Writers’ Poetry.” Honors Practice: Brief Ideas about What Works in Honors, Digital Commons at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2021.

—. “Women’s Mental Health Advocacy in Lars and the Real Girl and the Don Quixote Connection.” Laberinto Journal, Special Issue on “Reinventing Don Quixote in Cultural Production,” vol. 21, 2019, pp. 103-116. 

Gasior, Bonnie and Mindy Badia, eds. Reconsidering Early Modern Spanish Literature through Mass and Pop Culture: Contemporizing the Classics for the Classroom. Juan de la Cuesta Hispanic Monographs, 2021.

Gasior, Bonnie and Yolanda Gamboa. “From Houses to Humilladeros: Violence, Fear and Zayas’s Female Monster-Victims.” Peculiar Lives in Early Modern Spain: Essays Celebrating Amy Williamsen, Edited by Rob Bayliss, University Press of the South, 2020, pp. 239-252. 

Gasior, Bonnie and Anahit Manoukian. “La locura como crítica social: reexaminando el cuento del loco de Sevilla (Don Quijote II.1).” Cervantes: Bulletin of the Cervantes Society of America, vol. 39.1, 2019, pp. 219-232.

Heidbrink, L. and M. Statz. 2021. Youth Circulations: Tracing the real and imagined circulations of global youth. In Children and Youth as Subjects, Objects, Agents: Approaches to Research in a Global ContextEdited by F. Vavrus, M. Maynes & D. Levison. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

Heidbrink, Lauren. 2020. Anatomy of a Crisis: Governing Youth Mobility through VulnerabilityJournal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2020.1797479.

—. 2020. Benevolent Complicity: The detention of unaccompanied children. In Diverse Unfreedoms and their Ghosts: Interrogations, Transitions, Legacies, and Re-imaginings. Edited by K. Green, C. Coe and S. Balagopalan. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

—. 2020. Migranthood: Youth in a New Era of Deportation. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press. (Book Manuscript)

—. 2020, September.”El Poder Coactivo de la Deuda: La Migración y Deportación de jóvenes Indigenas” en Organización de Estados Americanos (2020), pp. 68-77.

—. 2019. Debt-driven Migration among indigenous youth in GuatemalaJournal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology.

—. 2019. Acts of Removal. In Il/legal Encounters: Migration, Detention, and Deportation in the Lives of Young People. Edited by D. Boehm and S. Terrio. New York: New York University Press.

—. 2019. Borders. The International Encyclopedia of Anthropology. Wiley-Blackwell.

—. 2019. Debt-driven Migration among indigenous youth in GuatemalaJournal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology.

Statz, M. and L. Heidbrink. 2019. A Better “Best Interests”: Immigration Policy in a Comparative ContextLaw and Policy 41(4): 365-386.

Howell, Jayne. “Selling Food while watching baseball in southern Mexico.” Society for Economic Anthropology column, Anthropology News (January 2020).

—. “Teacher-Mothers’ Lessons Learned During the Quarantine in Southern Mexico.” Association for Feminist Anthropology column, Anthropology News (June 2020).

—. “Grab Your Popcorn: Cinematic Art Meets Ethnography in Acclaimed Mexican Films.” Southwest Anthropology Association Newsletter 59(4):11-2. 2019.

—. “Housekeeper.” pp. 679-682 in A Day in the Life of an American Worker: 200 Trades and Professions through History. Nancy Quam-Wickham and Ben Tyler Elliott, editors. Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio. 2019.

—. “Local flavor on the streets of Oaxaca City.”  Society for Urban, National and Transnational Anthropology column Anthropology News  (June 2019).

López, Claudia Maria. 2021. “The Urban Exclusion of Internally Displaced Peasants in Medellín, Colombia,” in Precarity and Belonging: Labor, Migration, and Noncitizenship., edited by C. Ramirez, S. Fálcon, J. Poblete, S. McKay, and F. Schaeffer. Rutgers University Press. Forthcoming May 2021: https://www.rutgersuniversitypress.org/precarity-and-belonging/9781978815629

—. 2019. “Contesting Double-Displacement: Internally Displaced Campesinos and the Social Production of Urban Territory in Medellín, Colombia.” Geographica Helvetica 74 (3): 249–259.
https://doi.org/10.5194/gh-74-249-2019s

Catha Paquette, Karen Kleinfelder, and Christopher Miles, editors. In and Out of View: Art and the Dynamics of Circulation, Suppression, and Censorship. London: Bloomsbury, forthcoming (June, 2021).