Latin American History Working Group

The Biopolitics of Banishment: Convict Transportation and Indigenous Exile in Colonial Latin America (VIRTUAL)

Jeffrey Erbig
Tue
Nov
17
In accordance with updated University guidelines on limiting public gatherings in light of COVID-19 concerns, this event will be offered virtually via Zoom. Those interested in attending should register for the pre-circulated paper and instructions on how to join by computer or phone.

"The Biopolitics of Banishment: Convict Transportation and Indigenous Exile in Colonial Latin America"

Jeffrey Erbig
Assistant Professor of Latin American and Latino Studies, UC-Santa Cruz 

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About the Latin American History Working Group
The Latin American History Working Group brings together Latin American historians—both faculty and graduate students—for serious, extended, and creative intellectual exchange. Monthly meetings feature paper presentations by faculty members, graduate students, and invited scholars. Encouraging an interdisciplinary approach, the group aims to strengthen the growing community of Latin American historians at Notre Dame, to professionalize its graduate students, and to host notable scholars in the field at the University.
Cochairs: Ted Beatty, Karen Graubart, and Jaime Pensado

Speakers / Related People
Jeffrey Erbig

Jeffrey Erbig is an Assistant Professor of Latin American and Latino Studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz. His recently published book, Where Caciques and Mapmakers Met: Border Making in Eighteenth-Century South America (UNC Press, 2020), analyzes Indigenous responses to Luso-Hispanic efforts to partition South America...
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