DEADLINE EXTENDED TO NOVEMBER 16!
Please scroll down for CFP translations in Portuguese, Spanish and Kreyòl.
“Entanglement and the Spaces in Between:
Discourses and Processes of Hybridity in Latin America”
LAGO Graduate Student Conference
February 1st, 2nd, and 3rd, 2019
New Orleans, Louisiana
“Perhaps once we accept that hybridity owes no less to present needs and desires to see and know what is disquieting about colonial history than it does to any particular past event, we can begin to write more complicated histories of Spanish America’s past. Perhaps then we can engage colonial subjects in a place and history that are as they should be—neither fully ours, nor fully theirs.” (Dean and Leibsohn, 2003)
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The deadline to our 2019 Conference has been extended to November 16! Please check out the details of our CFP here and submit your proposals to our google form!
It is an honor to receive this award! I would like to thank Professor Rebecca for the nomination, I am very happy to have my research recognized internationally. This research began during my last year in college, when I studied the musical movements during the time of the military dictatorship in Brazil and I came across, for the first time, with the MPB Festival of 1967. Since that time, I realized that this event was very important for the 1960s, because it was part of a time of great repression, violence and censorship by military power, and yet it became the way that many artists and singers were able to disseminate their thoughts, instruments and songs. When I entered the master’s degree, I created a research project that had as a proposal to investigate how the Festival of 1967 had been produced and elaborated in the form of a great narrative by TV Record.
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We are excited to announce the winner of this year’s Stephen P. Jacobs Prize for Best Graduate Paper Presented at the LAGO Annual Conference: Talita Magnolo, of the Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora in Brazil. Talita’s presentation was titled “A cobertura do III Festival de Música Popular Brasileira pela revista ‘Intervalo’: a ruptura musical e a liberdade de expressão.”
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