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Latin American Studies Association Congress 2022: Polarización socioambiental y rivalidad entre grandes potencias

May 04, 2022 11:45 AM
Riley Moran

Many Tulane Latin Americanists are featured on virtual panels for LASA 2022. Here is a complete list of Stone Center affiliates. 

Registration is required. 


050 // PEN - Panel - Thursday, 08:00am - 09:30am: Más allá del extractivismo: modos de representación de lanaturaleza en la literatura latinoamericana contemporánea

Chaired by: Nicolas Campisi, featuring El corazón de la materia: tiempo geológico y escritura relacional en "Leñador", de Mike Wilson: Nicolas Campisi, Tulane University

052 // FIL - Panel - Thursday, 08:00am - 09:30am: Nuevas lecturas del cine de Lucrecia Martel

Chaired by Antonio Gómez, Tulane University

115 // TPF - Panel - Thursday, 10:00am - 11:30am: Toxicity, Disasters, and Dystopia in Art & Literature

Session Organized by: Amalia Leguizamon, Tulane University

129 // VIO - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 01:30pm: Bridging the Political and Criminal Divide – The Strategies of (former) Non-State-Armed Actors Across the Americas 

Featuring Criminal Collusion and the Erosion of Property Taxation in Colombia: Camilo Nieto Matiz, Tulane University - Center for Inter-American Policy / Research

144 // TPF - Panel - Thursday, 12:00pm - 01:30pm: Grassroots Resistance to Toxic Exposures

Session Organized by, chaired by Amalia Leguizamon, Tulane University

162 // CIV - Workshop - Thursday, 12:00pm - 01:30pm: Protest Event Data Analysis: Concepts, Measurement, and Recent Development of its Study in The Region

Presentation by Moisés Arce, Tulane University

179 // VIO - Panel - Thursday, 02:00pm - 03:30pm: Bridging the Political and Criminal Divide – The Strategies of (former) Non-State-Armed Actors Across the Americas – Part 2

Featuring discussant Camilo Nieto Matiz, Tulane University - Center for Inter-American Policy / Research

192 // SEC - LASA Section Panel - Thursday, 02:00pm-03:30pm: Exploring the Process of Authoritarian Consolidation in Venezuela: the Role of Parties, Society, Discourse, and the State

Featuring Formal and Substantive Rationality in Venezuela’s 21st Century Socialism: David A. Smilde, Tulane University

200 // LAW - Panel - Thursday, 02:00pm - 03:30pm: Compassion or Repression?: How the quest for state legitimacy contributes to justice appropriation of the Afro-

Colombian victim: Tara J. Yanez, Tulane University

259 // LAN - Panel - Thursday, 04:00pm - 05:30pm: Race, Language Policy & Ideologies

Featuring: Haitian Creole in the Caribbean: Exploring Haitian sociolinguistic contact in Cuba and the Dominican Republic: Kendall Medford, Tulane University

261 // DEM - Workshop - Thursday, 04:00pm - 05:30pm: Retos de la negociación para la transformación del conflicto y la transición democrática en Venezuela

Presentation by David A. Smilde, Tulane University

300 // PEN - Roundtable - Thursday, 06:00pm - 07:30pm: Thinking Ecocriticism from the Global South: Alternative Ecological Practices and Concepts in Literatures from the Americas

Discussant: Nicolas Campisi, Tulane University



315 // EDU - Roundtable - Friday, 08:00am - 09:30am: Collaborating in an Age of Competition: Innovative Recruitment and Retention Strategies to Strengthen Latin American Studies Programs

Presentation by: Valerie J. McGinley, Tulane University

356 // TPF - Panel - Friday, 08:00am - 09:30am: Toxic dispossession, socio-ecological degradation and forced environmental change in Latin America - PART II

Discussant: Amalia Leguizamon, Tulane University

363 // PDM - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:30am: Addressing Polarizations: Towards an Alternative Development Strategy for the 2020s

Featuring: The long-run distributional impacts of COVID-19 in Latin America: the growing education gap: Nora Lustig, Tulane University

412 // HIS - Panel - Friday, 10:00am - 11:30am: Visions of the Colonial World

Featuring: Trespassing the Spanish Lake: Colonial Peru, India, and the Compagnie des Indes (1700–1720): Raúl Alencar, Tulane University

435 // CUL - Panel - Friday, 12:00pm - 01:30pm: From the Third World to the Global South: Tracing Asia-Latin America Connections and Seeking a Transpacific Solidarity (Part 2)

Chaired by: Antonio Gómez, Tulane University

471 // CIV - Roundtable - Friday, 02:00pm - 03:30pm: Author Meets Critics: Maiah Jaskoski's The Politics of Extraction

Featuring Eduardo Silva, Tulane University

550 // PDM - Panel - Friday, 04:00pm - 05:30pm: Political Polarization: Theory and Evidence from Latin America

Session Organized by: Virginia Oliveros, Tulane University

561 // DEM - Panel - Friday, 04:00pm - 05:30pm: Violence, Roots, Rhetoric, and the Military

Featuring: The Populism Aftermath: Dealing with the political representation crisis in Latin America: Martin Mejia, Tulane University



644 // LIT - Panel - Saturday, 08:00am - 09:30am: Mujer, memoria y distopía

Session Organized by: Sara J. Pancerella, Tulane University

Featuring: Ficcionalizando la memoria en "Lo que no aprendí", de Margarita García Robayo: Sara J. Pancerella, Tulane University

694 // SEC - LASA Section Panel - Saturday, 10:00am -11:30am: Las Políticas de Resistencia en América Latina y el Caribe

Featuring: A Generation of Activists: Political Culture and Movement Outcomes, 10 Years After the #YoSoy 132 Student Movement: Diana K. Soto-Olson, Tulane University; Tania Gomez, Universidad de las Américas Puebla

745 // LIT - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 01:30pm: La literatura es conflicto: Venezuela y Colombia

Chaired by: Barbara Xavier Franca, Tulane University

Featuring: La imaginación farmacológica en la Colombia postcapos: una mirada desde las literaturas de Fernando Vallejo y Tomás González: Barbara Xavier Franca, Tulane University

763 // AFR - Panel - Saturday, 12:00pm - 01:30pm: Ri k’aslem maya’: Guatemala frente al extractivismo y la destrucción del entorno actual con la crisis del COVID-19 (Mesa I)

Featuring: Defendiendo espacios sagrados: estrategias de los pueblos Mayas de Guatemala para mantener los altares campestres: Judith M. Maxwell, Tulane University, Anthropology and Linguistics

806 // EAM - Panel - Saturday, 02:00pm - 03:30pm: Multifaceted Extractive Development, State-Society Relations and Policy Impact

Sponsored: CIPR- Center for Inter-American Policy and Research, Tulane University

Session Organized by: Eduardo Silva, Tulane University; Zarai Toledo Orozco, Tulane University

Chaired by: Eduardo Silva, Tulane University

Featuring: Legal, informal or criminal? Local state capacity and miners’ organizational strength as key determinants of formalization in Peru: Zarai Toledo Orozco, Tulane University; Moisés Arce, Tulane University

813 // AFR - Panel - Saturday, 02:00pm - 03:30pm: Rejqalem Iximulew: el activismo y la resistencia Maya en Guatemala y la diáspora (Mesa II)

Featuring: El arte de tejer entre las mujeres mayas: Ambrocia Cuma Chávez, Oxlajuj Aj, Tulane University

861 // MTG - Meeting - Saturday, 06:00pm - 07:30pm: CLASP Business and Outreach Meetings

Sponsored by: Consortium of Latin American Studies Programs

Contact Person: Lenny A. Urena Valerio, University of New Mexico

863 // POL - Panel - Saturday, 06:00pm - 07:30pm: De la erosión legal a la de-democratización: lecciones desde Perú

Chaired by: Zarai Toledo Orozco, Tulane University



990 // POL - Roundtable - Sunday, 12:00pm - 01:30pm: 30 Years of Participatory Democratic Innovation in Latin America

Featuring: Jared A. Abbott, Tulane University, Katherine M. McKiernan, Tulane University

1086 // EAM - Panel - Sunday, 04:00pm - 05:30pm: Extractivism and Resistance I

Session Organizer: Andres A. Sandoval, Tulane University

Featuring: Winning Hearts and Minds: The Politics of Private Social Welfare in the Peruvian mining sector: Andres A. Sandoval, Tulane University

1101 // POL - Workshop - Sunday, 04:00pm - 05:30pm: Partidos y democracia en América Latina: presente y futuro

Featuring: Virginia Oliveros, Tulane University

1102 // POL - Panel - Sunday, 04:00pm - 05:30pm: Party Politics

Featuring: Let's Get the Party Started: Party Building and the Left in Ecuador and Venezuela: Fabio Resmini, University of British Columbia; Jared A. Abbott, Tulane University

1145 // TPF - Panel - Sunday, 06:00pm - 07:30pm: Reimagining Post-Extractivist Futures

Session Organized by: Amalia Leguizamon, Tulane University