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Session Listings by Day and Time Thursday, October 7, 8: Thursday, October 7, Thursday, October 7, 2: Thursday, October 7, 4: Thursday, October 7, 5: Thursday, October 7, 7: Friday, October 8, 8: Friday, October 8, Friday, October 8, 2: Friday, October 8, 4: Friday, October 8, 5: Friday, October 8, 7: Saturday, October 9, 8: Saturday, October 9, Saturday, October 9, 2: Saturday, October 9, 4: Saturday, October 9, 5: Saturday, October 9, 7: Session Listings by Program Track Name Index of Participants This is our first meeting without Reid Reading at the helm, but I am delighted to say that the Secretariat is in excellent hands.
Dancisin, and the seasoned ones like Sandy Klinzing. It is an extraordinary group of people, with an exemplary sense of service and an unflinching dedication to the welfare of our association.
I could not have dreamed of a better Program Committee. Mil gracias to the Track chairs for all their hard work and very especially, thanks to Kristin Ruggiero, the Program Chair. Thank you also to my colleagues on the Ways and Means Committee, the LASA Executive Council, John Tuman and all those who helped with the local arrangements, and of course, thanks to all the volunteers. I hope you enjoy the program.
Keep in mind these special events: Toward a Citizen’s Democracy. I am sure that you will find a session to comportamienot you at nearly every time slot. Plenary Sessions have a slot of their own at this Congress, an innovation that we hope will allow anyone who wants to attend to be able to do so without missing other sessions. We have made every effort to schedule sessions with similar themes at different times, although this was not always possible. We also tried to accommodate requests for moving papers to other sessions that were more appropriate, at the same time keeping in mind the integrity of the original session.
I would like to thank all of you who participated in this process. Your generosity and flexibility have conumidor LASA to maintain its commitment to inclusiveness. Thematically, the Featured Sessions include a focus on studies of Latin American academic resources, such as the leading Latin American journals and the Handbook of Latin American Studies; human rights; democracy; labor and globalization; cultural criticism; economics; a memorial tribute to Victor Urquidi; and of course the Kalman Silvert lecture.
Another feature of this Congress is the Film Festival, which Director Claudia Ferman has integrated g.schiffmann into the Congress, both spatially and academically. The films will be shown in a room across from the Congress Registration Desk, a very central location. The films complement the academic side of the Congress and follow topically some of the Congress sessions, especially those dealing with current events in Latin America.
Thanks go to all who have made this Congress possible. I wish you all a wonderful Congress! Belief and Behavior in a Mayan Community. Wright Mills honorable mention in Inadditional chapters of his wife and grown children were added. Prompted by questions the miners asked about corporations in the United States, she undertook a study of General Electric workers and the community of Pittsfield resulting in a monograph, From Tank Town to High Ezcrito The Clash of Community and Industrial Cycles.
While working in Pittsfield, she learned of the problems faced by the town as a result of dumping the carcinogenic materials used in the production of power transformers, and co-authored three articles regarding the effect on the physical and mental health of workers and residents. Impressed with the growing crisis world-wide, in she decided to return to her roots in Chiapas, the safest and least conflicted field area in which to train future anthropologists.
During the first three summers of field work, she and her students witnessed the rise of the social movement that burst into headlines throughout the world as the Zapatista uprising in She summarizes the decades of fieldwork with Mayas in her book, Mayan Visions: Her interest in artisans spurred her to publish an anthology, Crafts in the World Market, that demonstrates how even the most traditional of artisans are deeply involved in the global world order.
Reflecting on the global integration and its devastating impact on subsistence and peasant producers, Nash is now trying to assess the relationship between economic insecurity, and the turn to militarization, especially in the field areas in which she has worked.
This interest is reflected in a number of consjmidor completed this year. The paper was presented in Bergen, Norway. In The Image of the Limited Good and the Specter of the Unlimited Good, which was presented in April at Southern Methodist University in Dallas honoring George Foster, the transformations of peasants are captured by contrasting their perspectives with the specter of the unlimited good played out in U.
A Reader, and hopes to bring together her reflections based on personal experiences with these world events.
The Lecture will be given by Jonathan Fox. He has published widely on the issues of democratization and the strengthening of civil society, particularly in Mexico. Saturday, March 29, 2: Friday, March 28, 7: The Festival Theatre will host continuous viewings from 3: Admission to all events is free.
Participants will leave at 8: Two interactive round table discussions will be featured: It is located 1 mile 1. The Las Vegas Airport is ranked among the 10 busiest airports in the world based on the amount of passenger activity, serving over 60 air carriers. McCarran Airport averages as many as flights a day and offers direct flights to over 60 U. Several companies run shuttle buses between the airport and the city.
Parents must make their own arrangements through private agencies. Bright Horizons Family Solutions: To receive reimbursement, a parent must submit a proper original bill from the caregiver, with the name s of the child renand the dates of the service, to reach the LASA Secretariat on or before November 1, Thursday and Friday, No exceptions can be made, nor can day passes be issued. The deadline for preregistration was August 31, Preregistrants receive an official badge card as confirmation, which must be worn at all times.
Registration will be open Wednesday, 3: Kalman Silvert Award Committee: Bryce Wood Book Award Committee: Premio Iberoamericano Book Award Committee: Committee on Academic Freedom and Human Rights: Judy Adler Hellman, York University, chair.
Marysa Navarro Dartmouth Collegechair. Betances Gettysburg Collegeco-chairs; Labor Studies: We are grateful for their continuing support of this effort. We again recognize the generosity of the Ford Foundation, which, through its contribution to the LASA Endowment, will help to fund Congress travel well into the future.
We thank all donors for their generosity, comportakiento hope that they will have the opportunity to meet the grantees while in Las Vegas. LASA could not have taken place without the tireless efforts of LASA President Marysa Navarro, who worked with LASA Program Chair Kristin Ruggiero to assemble an outstanding program, including several featured sessions, addressed concerns as they arose, and committed countless hours to fundraising for travel grant support. Marysa, thank you for all your efforts on behalf of the Association!
Over the 18 months preceding each congress, program chairs dedicate much of their lepn and energy to assuring that countless details are handled appropriately and that the program is ready on time. Kristin and the staff at the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, have dedicated countless hours to make this happen.
Please receive our heartfelt thank you!