4-0880 CROWDS AND CITIZENRIES IN LATIN AMERICA
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Sponsored By: Society for Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology
Friday, November 22, 2013: 1:45 PM-5:30 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Students
Organizers:  Rihan Yeh (Colegio de Michoacan) and Rafael Sanchez (Amsterdam University College)
Chairs:  Alejandra M Leal (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)
Discussants:  Rosalind C Morris (Columbia University) and William T S Mazzarella (University of Chicago)
2:00 PM
El Zapatazo Limpio: Late Liberal Outrage in El Salvador
Ellen Moodie (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
2:15 PM
Street Workers Versus Parking Meters: Anxieties About Disorder in Mexico City
Alejandra M Leal (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)
2:30 PM
2:45 PM
Crowds and Fire At Mesa Redonda in Lima
Daniella M Gandolfo (Wesleyan University)
3:00 PM
Unruly Crowds and the Military: Mexico, 1913
Claudio Lomnitz (Columbia University)
3:15 PM
Break
3:30 PM
Monuments and Crowds
Rafael Sanchez (Amsterdam University College)
3:45 PM
Sovereignty and Carnival in Havana’s May Day
Joao Felipe Goncalves (Tulane University)
4:15 PM
Two Types of Traffic in Tijuana
Rihan Yeh (Colegio de Michoacan)
4:30 PM
Discussant
William T S Mazzarella (University of Chicago)
4:45 PM
Discussant
Rosalind C Morris (Columbia University)
5:00 PM
Discussion
5:15 PM
Discussion