Please join us for a one-day, interdisciplinary workshop exploring themes in the long nineteenth century.
Copies of workshop papers will be distributed to registered guests prior to the meeting.

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Participants and paper titles:

Alan Malfavon, UC Riverside, "Afro-insurgents and Afro-royalists: Early Mexican War of Independence, Cadiz liberalism, and the role of Afro-descendants. 1810-1813"
Jonathan Eacott, UC Riverside, "Elephant Rhetoric in the Naturalization of Anti-Abolitionism and White Fears of Non-White Migration in America, 1856-1884"
Jorge Cañizares-Esguerra and Alexander Chaparro-Silva, UT Austin, "Social and Political Sciences, Republicanism, and the Making of Race in Nineteenth-Century Spanish America"

Moderator, Alessandro Fornazzi, UC Riverside

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Register: https://ucr.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAoceGorzMsH9w2RG1FSOtdvtvVpYVyFqCn

For more information, please contact the organizers:

Heidi Brevik-Zender, hbzender@ucr.edu
Jonathan Eacott, jeacott@ucr.edu
Fatima Quraishi, fatimaq@ucr.edu
Susan Zieger, susanz@ucr.edu

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