FACULTY PUBLICATIONS: Latin American Studies – March 2022

March 1, 2022

Eight entries from the Latin American Studies program. Entries include a study of the Catholic Church and slavery in New Spain, of neoliberalism and the pandemic, of tourism in Latin America, of Nicaraguan transnational families in Costa Rica, and of art and censorship.

Berquist Soule, 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, Berghahn Books, 2021.

Del Campo, Alicia. “Escenas del quiebre neoliberal y reconfiguraciones comunitarias en pandemia.” En Mutis por el foro. Artes escénicas y políticas en tiempos de pandemia.” Lorena Verzero y Lola Proaño, Eds. Editorial ASPO (Aislamiento Social Preventivo y Obligatorio), Buenos Aires. 2020 (61-77). 

Fouratt, Caitlin E. Flexible Families: Nicaraguan Transnational Families in Costa Rica. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press, 2022. https://www.vanderbiltuniversitypress.com/9780826504364/flexible-families/

Paquette, Catha. In and Out of View: Art and the Dynamics of Circulation, Suppression, and Censorship. Edited by Catha Paquette, Karen Kleinfelder, and Christopher Miles. New York and London: Bloomsbury Visual Arts, 2021. www.bloomsbury.com/uk/in-and-out-of-view-9781501358692/

Piña, Ulices. “Los Angeles soccer is thriving, thanks to Latino fans. But it wasn’t always so.” The Washington Post, February 25, 2022.

—. “Rebellion at the Fringe: Conspiracy, Surveillance, and State-Making in 1920s Mexico.” Journal of Social History, forthcoming. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1093/jsh/shab054.

—. “Recent Trends in State Formation Studies on Latin America,” Latin American Research Review, Volume 57, Issue 1 (2022).

—. “Digital Resources: Dark Tourism in Latin America.” In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Latin American History. New York: Oxford University Press, 2021.