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Date: Jan 28, 2021 Time: 14:00 - Jan 29, 2021 Time: 18:45 ( Thursday , Friday )

ONLINE VIA ZOOM: International Workshop on Dependency and Labor in Latin America

Tagung/Kongress/Symposium
Application Date Jan 25, 2021
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 Thursday, January 28, 2021

2–2:15 pm (CET)
Welcome and Introduction

 

2:15–4:15 pm
Session I:  The Process and Impact of Abolition

Chair and Discussant: Christian G. De Vito, BCDSS, University of Bonn

 

Marcela Echeverri Munoz, Yale University
Independence and Abolition in Tierra Firme (1810–1820): War, Slavery, and Republicanism

Alain El Youssef, University of São Paulo
The American Civil War and the Onset of the Brazilian Slavery's Crisis, 1861–1871

Paulo Cruz Terra, Federal University Fluminense, Niterói
Coerced Labor and Vagrancy: Brazilian Abolitionist Legislation in a Global Perspective

 

4:15–4:30 pm
Coffee Break

 

4:30–6:30 pm
Session II:  Social Categorization and Work-related Dependency

Chair and Discussant: Melina Teubner, University of Bern

 

Sarah Albiez-Wieck, University of Cologne
Entanglements of Bonded Labor and Fiscal Categorizations in Colonial Spanish America: Indios laboríos and Yanaconas

Mariana Armond Dias Paes, BCDSS, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History
Labor and Land in the Making of Dependency in the South Atlantic (Nineteenth Century)

Michael Max Paul Zeuske, BCDSS, University of Bonn
Alexander von Humboldt, Second Slavery and the "White Republic": Empirical Observations at the Time of the Haitian Revolution

 

 

Friday, January 29, 2021

2–4 pm (CET)
Session III:  Migrations, Borderlands, Colonization

Chair and Discussant: Paola Revilla Orías, Catholic University of Bolivia "San Pablo"

 

Karoline Noack, BCDSS, University of Bonn
Mobility as Dependency: Inca Social Categories in the Process of Expansion

Sinah Kloß, BCDSS, University of Bonn
"Being Proper Punish": Narratives of Suffering, Service and (Religious) Work among Hindu Women in Guyana and Suriname

Raquel Sirotti, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History
A Contradiction Personified? The Arrest of Edgard Leuenroth in the Context of the 1917 General Strike in São Paulo City

 

4–4:15 pm
Coffee Break

 

4:15–6:15 pm
Session IV: Dependencies, Transculture and Labor

Chair and Discussant: Paulo Cruz Terra, Federal University Fluminense, Niterói

 

Joaquín Molina Molina, University of Bonn
The Transcultural Negotiations of the Wankas in the Mantaro Valley of the South Peruvian Highlands: A Case of Symmetrical Cultural Processes in the Andes

Paola Revilla Orías, Catholic University of Bolivia "San Pablo"
Mondays at the Square: On the Domestic Mita Service in La Plata, Charcas (Sixteenth–Seventeenth Centuries)

Melina Teubner, University of Bern
Cooking at Sea: Different Forms of Dependencies in the Era of the Second Slavery

 

6–6:45 pm
Wrap up and Final Discussion 

 
Target audience: Ehemalige / Alumni, Förderer / Sponsoren, Internationale Studierende, Internationale Wissenschaftler, Presse, Professoren, Studenten, Studium mit Handicap, Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiter
Public access: Yes
Room: Online via Zoom
Weblink: https://www.dependency.uni-bonn.de/en/events/latin-america-workshop
Event host: Bonn Center for Dependency and Slavery Studies
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