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1 45.ª ACH Conferencia Anual, Belize, 2013 PROGRAMA DE LA CONFERENCIA Domingo, 12 de mayo: Delegados de la Conferencia llega, el registro se abre a las 3:00 pm. 5:15-6:45pm Panel #1: Etnicidad e Identidad en el Contexto del Caribe Presidir: Kathleen Wilson, Stony Brook University Bethan Fisk, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Toronto, Afro-Creole Approaches to the Sacred in Late Colonial Cartegena de Indias James Dator, Goucher College, Frank Travels: Enslaved Cosmopolitanism in the Early Eighteenth- Century British Leeward Islands Jessica Krug, George Washington University, Social Dismembership, Social [Re]Membering: Koramanti Identity and Obeah in Eighteenth-Century Jamaica Philippe Girard, McNeese University, Editing the Memoir(s) of Toussaint Louverture 7:00-9:00pm Recepción de Apertura, San Ignacio Veranda Hotel and Pool Deck Lunes, 13 de mayo: 9:00-10:30am Panel #2: 16 al siglo 19 Maya en Belice Chair: Allan Moore, Associate Director, National Institute of Culture and History, Belize John Morris, Associate Director of Archaeology, National Institute of Culture and History, Belize, Prehispanic Maya Communities in Belize during the 16 th and 17 th Centuries Jaime Awe, Director of Archaeology, National institute of Culture and History, Belize, Seventeenth- Century Maya Spanish Interaction in the Roaring Creek Valley, Belize Angel Cal, University of Belize, Mercantile Capitalism and Rural Folk in Nineteenth-Century Belize: Peasants, Rancheros and Rural Entrepreneurs in Commercial Agriculture 10:45-12:15pm Panel #3: Diversidad de Trabajo durante los siglos XVI y XVII Presidir: Georgia Fox, California State University, Chico Erin Stone, Ph.D. Candidate, Vanderbilt University, The Search for Indigenous Slaves in the Circum- Caribbean: The Key to New World Exploration and Conquest John Coakley, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Jamaica s Slave Sellers: The Inter- Imperial Slave Trade in Jamaica, Eric Otremba, Macalester College, Workhouses, Barracoons, and other Reform Projects of the Seventeenth-Century English Caribbean 1

2 Justin Roberts, Dalhousie University, Surrendering Surinam: Competing Visions of Expansion in the Early English Caribbean and the Treaty of Breda, :30-3:00pm Panel #4: Líneas de Poder en la Esclavitud del Caribe Presidir: Dominique Rogers, Université des Antilles et de la Guyane Roderick McDonald, Rider University, Sex, Power and Slavery in Late Eighteenth-Century Dominica Christine Walker, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Michigan, An Unkind, Unquiet and Turbulent Wife : Gender, Slavery and the Boundaries of Authority in Colonial Jamaica Royline Williams-Fontenelle, Graduate Student, University of Oklahoma, Beneath the Veil of Slavery: Black Ingenuity, Technological Space and the Antiguan Slave Jeanette Corniffe, Ph.D. Candidate, University of the West Indies, Mona, The Changing Patterns of Large Landholders in Westmoreland, Jamaica, 1784 to :00-3:15pm 3:15-4:45pm Panel #5: Explicando Salud y Enfermedad en las Sociedades del Caribe Presidir: Pedro Welch, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Kristen Block, Florida Atlantic University, Dirt-eating and Despair in the Colonial Caribbean Pablo Gomez, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Blackening the Enlightenment: Inmunización before Vacunación in the Eighteenth Century Spanish Caribbean Ann Zulawski, Smith College, Puerta de Tierra, Puerto Rico: Poverty, Health and Urban Development in a Caribbean City, c Martes, 14 de mayo: 9:00-10:30am Panel #6: Producción, Comercio, y la Creación de Economías Regionales Presidir: Jean-Pierre Sainton, Université des Antilles et de la Guyane Jennifer Anderson, Stony Brook University, Mapping the Politics of Mahogany in Belize, 18 th -19 th Centuries Abby Schreiber, Ph.D. Candidate, Ohio State University, The Role of Baltimore Merchants in Caribbean Material Culture, Victor Wilson, Ph.D. Candidate, Åbo Akademi University, Saint Barthélemy as a Caribbean Free Port, Ale Pålsson, Ph.D. Candidate, Stockholm University, Investing in Sweden:Naturalization of Foreign Merchants in St. Barthélemy 2

3 10:45-12:15pm Panel #7: Organizaciones y Clubes como Agentes Culturales Presidir: Fernando Picó, Universidad de Puerto Rico John Garrigus, University of Texas, A Secret Brotherhood? The Question of Black Freemasonry before and during the Haitian Revolution Virginia Gould, Tulane University, That the Gospel Might be Preached to the Poor: The Sisters of the Holy Family in Belize Alison Okuda, Ph.D. Candidate, New York University, Crossing Oceans and Cultures in London: Narratives of Music, Literature and Perspective Tyesha Maddox, Ph.D. Candidate, New York University, Invisible Immigrants: Anglo-Phone Caribbean Immigrants in the U.S., 1850s-1930s Lauren Poluha, Ph.D. Candidate, University of California, Los Angeles, Negotiating Garifuna Ethnicity through Religious Music 1:30-3:00pm Panel #8: Para Complicar el Colonialismo en Puerto Rico Presidir: Antonio Gaztambide, Universidad de Puerto Rico Anne Macpherson, The College at Brockport, State University of New York, The Law Has Enflamed the Whole Island : The Fair Labor Standards Act in Puerto Rico, Geoff Burrows, The Graduate Center, City University of New York, The New Deal in Puerto Rico: Slum Clearance and the Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration Teresita Levy, Lehman College, City University of New York, The Puerto Rican Farmers Association (Asociación de Agricultores Puertorriqueños AAP) and the Agricultural Relief Act of 1933 Katherine L. Caldwell, University of Denver, Married Women s Nationality in Puerto Rico and the Transformation of Citizenship in the Twentieth Century 3:00-3:15pm 3:15-4:45pm Panel #9: La Emancipación como un Proceso Vivido: Hacia una Nueva Genealogía de la Libertad en el Caribe Presidir: Herman Bennett, City University of New York Ebony Jones, Ph.D. Candidate, New York University, Ironic Twists of Fate: Slave Rebellion, Banishment, and Freedom Max Mishler Ph.D. Candidate, New York University, New Geographies of Caribbean Freedom: French Negroes and Gradual Emancipation in New York Nathalie Pierre, Ph.D. Candidate, New York University, Free by right, and independent in fact : Henri Christophe s Naval Blockade,

4 Shauna Sweeney, Ph.D. Candidate, New York University, Provisioning Freedom: Subsistence Cultivation and the Transition to Free Labor in Jamaica, Gad Heuman, University of Warwick, Slavery, Emancipation and Apprenticeship in the Caribbean Miércoles, 15 de mayo: 9:00-10:30am Panel #10: En los Fuegos de la Esperanza: el Federalismo y la Independencia del Caribe Presidir: Heather Cateau, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Gelien Matthews, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Lyrics to Build a Nation: The Independence Calypso Competition of Trinidad and Tobago 1962 Rita Pemberton, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, A Recurring Decimal: Tobago s Constitutional Experience Ronald Noel, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, The coming of Blaxploitation Films to Trinidad and Tobago from 1970 to 1975: An Impressionist examination of their Impact on the People and a Call to break their Relative Silence in the Historiography Renee A. Nelson, Ph.D. Candidate, University of the West Indies, Mona, The West Indian Press and the Federal Idea: :45-12:15pm Panel #11: Definiciones y Inclusiones: El Impacto del siglo XX la migración en el Caribe Presidir: Rosemarjin Hoefte, KITLV Charles do Rego, National Archaeological Anthropological Memory Management, Inclusion and Exclusion of the Portuguese Immigrants in 20 th -century Curaçao Rose Mary Allen, University of the Netherlands, Antilles, Twentieth Century Migration from the Englishspeaking Caribbean to Curaçao: Inclusion and Exclusion via Discourse Philip Janzen, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Wisconsin, Caribbean Colonizers: Assimilation, Black Internationalism, and Diasporic Imagination, En la tradición de la Asociación de Historiadores del Caribe Conferencia, la tarde del miércoles se queda programado para permitir a los participantes la oportunidad de explorar los sitios históricos y las oportunidades culturales de la ciudad anfitriona. El Comité Organizador Local ha organizado una serie de excursiones; pre-registro es necesario. Por favor, consulte la información publicada en el sitio web de ACH en "Excursiones" para obtener más información. Jueves, 16 de mayo: 9:00-10:30am Panel #12: El Caribe de Armas Presidir: Christian Cwik, Universität zu Köln 4

5 Eric McDonald, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Houston, Military Men and the Solidification of the Colonial Elite in Seventeenth Century Barbados Miriam Martin, Ph.D. Candidate, Vanderbilt University, Midst a Firing of Grape : The Role of Black Militias in Anglo/Spanish Geopolitics of the 18 th -century Atlantic World Kamika Murphy, Clark University, A more eligible situation for their business : Black Loyalists and their transformations in Kingston, :45-12:15pm Panel #13: Derecho del Caribe, los Tribunales y el Delito Presidir: Jonathan Dalby, University of the West Indies, Mona Juan J. Ponce-Vázquez, St. Lawrence University, Partner, Accomplice, and Chattel: The Relationship between Masters and Slaves in Santo Domingo in the Seventeenth Century Arnaud Clermidy, Université des Antilles et de la Guyane, Les esclaves face à la justice coloniale au début du XIXème siècle d après les archives de la cour d appel de la Guadeloupe Tyler Parry, Ph.D. Candidate, University of South Carolina, 'Performed among Themselves': Marriage, Ritual and Power in the African Diaspora Oneil Hall, Ph.D. Candidate, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, The Cayman Islands, A Colony of A Colony; The Imperial Act of :30-3:00pm Panel #14: Nation, Alterity, and Migration in Post-Colonial Societies Chair: Verena Muth, Society for Continental American and Caribbean Studies, Vienna Lara Putnam, University of Pittsburgh, Disappearing in El Dorado? British Caribbean Migrants in Venezuela, 1840s-1940s Elisabeth Cunin, URMIS, Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis, Administrer les étrangers à la marge de la nation. Migrations de travailleurs afro-béliziens dans le Territoire de Quintana Roo Maud Laëthier, Université Paris Diderot, Université d État d Haïti, Migration et expressions d une appartenance nationale : d une marginalité à l autre. L exemple des Haïtiens de Guyane Caree Banton, Ph.D. Candidate, Vanderbilt University, Migration from Barbados to Liberia: Shifting Frontiers of Freedom, Citizenship and Nationhood in Caribbean Post-Emancipation 3:00-5:00pm 7:00-11:00pm Asamblea General Anual Cena y Fiesta Viernes, 17 de Mayo: Excursión (véase la descripción en Local Field Trip de este el sitio de web, 5

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