On April 15, 2015, the Latin American & Iberian Institute proudly hosted a reception to honor affiliated faculty who had published books in 2014. The informal event provided the opportunity to reflect on the breadth and depth of scholarship shared by Latin Americanist and Iberianist faculty across campus.
The following authors were acknowledged for their 2014 book publications:
- Ronda Brulotte: (co-editor alongside Michael A. Di Giovine): Edible Identities: Food as Cultural Heritage
- Anthony Cárdenas-Rotunno: Libro del Caballero Cifar
- Evan Carson: (co-editor): El potencial de los enfoques holísticos en la conservación de humedales de zonas áridas
- Chris Duvall: Cannabis
- Carmen Julia Holguin-Chaparro: El que tenga oidos...; (editor) Tres mujeres al borde de la escritura: poesía y narrativa
- Anna Nogar: (co-editor alongside Oswaldo Estrada): Colonial Itineraries of Contemporary Mexico: Literary and Cultural Inquiries
- Suzanne Oakdale: (co-editor alongside Magnus Course): Fluent Selves: Autobiography, Person, and History in Lowland South America
- Mario Rivera: (co-editor alongside James D. Ward): Institutional Racism, Organizations and Public Policy
- Suzanne Schadl: (co-contributor alongside ASARO and Mike Graham de la Rosa): Getting Up for the People: The Visual Revolution of ASAR-Oaxaca
- Santiago Vaquera-Vásquez: Luego el silencio
- Damian Wilson: Categorization and Constructional Change in Spanish Expressions of 'Becoming'
Image: Compilation of 2014 book covers.
--Posted Thursday, April 16, 2015.