July 12, 2018
by Sean Mannion
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Interview with Sarah Hines, author of “The Power and Ethics of Vernacular Modernism: The Misicuni Dam Project in Cochabamba, Bolivia, 1944–2017”

Sarah Hines is an assistant professor of history at the University of Oklahoma. You can read her new article, “The Power and Ethics of Vernacular Modernism: The Misicuni Dam Project in Cochabamba, Bolivia, 1944–2017,” in HAHR 98.2.

March 16, 2016
by Sean Mannion
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Forum on “Listening for History”

Curated by Sean Mannion, Duke University Scholars of Latin America have long been concerned with sound. In their forum organized for HAHR 96.2, Alejandra Bronfman and Christine Ehrick invited numerous scholars (Gala Porras-Kim, Elizabeth Dore, and Marc A. Hertzman) to interrogate this more »

October 29, 2015
by Sean Mannion
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In Memoriam: María Elena Martínez

Marjorie Becker, a poet and a Latin American historian who focuses on Mexico, wrote the following eulogy for María Elena Martínez. Please see the obituary in the current issue of the Hispanic American Historical Review here and place your own remembrances of María more »

August 25, 2015
by Sean Mannion
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In Memoriam: Tulio Halperin Donghi

Tulio Halperin Donghi, a towering figure in the fields of Argentine and Latin American history who authored 24 books, including pioneering monographs, major works of synthesis, essay collections, and a powerful memoir of his formative years, died on November 14, more »

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