The Colonial Section of the Latin American Studies Association will sponsor the following guaranteed session at LASA 2015 in San Juan, Puerto Rico May 27-30:
Race, Religion and Resistance in Colonial Times.
This interdisciplinary session will explore the intersection of expressions of ethnic and racial status and religious practice in Latin America during the sixteenth through eighteenth centuries. We are particularly interested in popular expressions of piety, native and African religious beliefs, and the participation of colonial subjects in translating, interpreting, teaching, and practicing religion. Send an abstract (250 words) and a one-page CV to Mónica Díaz, firstname.lastname@example.org by August 1, 2014.
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