“-isms” in the Age of Independence: Reconsidering Pan Americanism, Americanismo, Hispanism and Latin Americanism in 19th century Latin America and the Caribbean.
This exciting panel fits well within LASA’s 2012 theme “Toward a Third Century of Independence in Latin America” which asks participants to reconsider the independence movements in Latin America, and the processes state formation that followed. In “-isms” in the Age of Independence, we aim to explore the relationship between the development of transnational discourses, national identities and processes of state formation in Latin America and the Caribbean during and after the Age of Independence. We invite scholars interested in how ideologies such as Pan-Americanism, Americanismo, Hispanism and Latin Americanism were created, employed, reshaped and redefined throughout the long nineteenth century to submit short paper proposals (-250 words) and bio information (Full name, mailing address, phone, email, affiliation student?) to Dalia A. Muller by MARCH 30, 2011 (email@example.com).
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