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CFP: history of alcohol in Latin America

Collection on the history of alcohol in Latin America, edited by Aurea Toxqui and Gretchen Pierce.

We are soliciting proposals from both senior and junior scholars for an edited collection on the history of alcohol in Latin America from the pre-Hispanic to the modern era.  We are looking for submissions that relate alcohol production, consumption, distribution, or control to (among other topics) politics, religion, race, class, gender, identity, space and place, and power. The proposal should be 1-2 pages (300-700 words), and should include a list of keywords.  They may be written in English, Spanish, or Portuguese.  Please send the proposal and a short cv to atoxqui@bumail.bradley.edu and gkpierce@ship.edu by September 1, 2009.  Successful applicants will be notified by October 15; papers, which ought to be 20 pages, plus notes, would be due on July 1, 2010.

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Gretchen Pierce, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Latin American and World History
Shippensburg University

Posted by David Fahey on July 9, 2009 at 06:04 PM in Alcohol (general), Calls For Papers, Caribbean, Latin America | Permalink