As cartas de aceitação e notificação do LASA2023 foram enviadas a 17 de novembro de 2022.

Prêmios da Seção 2022

Mejor Paper del año
Apresentado pela Seção de Amazonia

Vencedor

Ashley Lebner
Wilfrid Laurier University
“The Work of Impossibility in Brazil: Friendship, Kinship, Secularity” Current Anthropology, 62(4), 452-483

Menção Honrosa

Victoria Saramago
University of Chicago
“The Rights of Nature, the Rights of Fiction: Mario Vargas Llosa and the Amazon.” In Novel: A Forum on Fiction (Vol. 54, No. 1, pp. 19-42). Duke University Press

LASA "Archives" Section Award for Best Public Project
Apresentado pela Seção de Archives, Libraries and Digital Scholarship

Menção Honrosa

José Enrique Navarro and Jay M. Price
Wichita State University
Somos Wichita

Menção Honrosa

Alai Reyes-Santos, Ana-Maurine Lara, Franny Gaede, Kate Thornhill and Azle Malinao-Alvarez
University of Oregon
Caribbean Women Healers: Decolonizing Knowledge Within AfroIndigenous Traditions

Menção Honrosa

Erika Robb Larkins and Kristal Bivona
Behner Stiefel Center for Brazilian Studies at San Diego State University
Digital Brazil Project

Menção Honrosa

Carina Blixen, Néstor Sanguinetti and María del Carmen González
Biblioteca Nacional de Uruguay and Independient investigator
Archivo Digital Felisberto Hernández

LASA "Archives" Section Award for Best Article
Apresentado pela Seção de Archives, Libraries and Digital Scholarship

Vencedor

Zeb Tortorici
New York University
“Circulating Erotica: Flea Markets, Collections, and Archives in Mexico”. The Journal of Popular Culture, vol. 53, n. 6, 2020, pp. 1335-1357.

Vencedor

Margarita Vargas-Betancourt
University of Florida
“Contesting Colonial Library Practices of Accessibility and Representation”, en Archives and Special Collections as Sites of Contestation. Mary Kandiuk (ed.). Sacramento CA: Library Juice Press, 2020, pp. 383-412.

LASA "Archives" Section Award for Best Public Project
Apresentado pela Seção de Archives, Libraries and Digital Scholarship

Vencedor

Brie Marina Gettleson
University of Pennsylvania Libraries
Archivo Histórico del Grupo de Apoyo Mutuo

MELHOR ARTIGO EM CIÊNCIAS HUMANAS/ BEST ARTICLE IN HUMANITIES –(ANTONIO CANDIDO PRIZE)
Apresentado pela Seção de Brazil

Vencedor

Pedro Feitoza
Universidade Estadual de Paraná
“The Middle Line of Truth: Religious and Secular Ideologies in the Making of Brazilian Evangelical Thought, 1870–1930.” Modern Intellectual History, Nov. 2021, pp. 1–25

Menção Honrosa

John C. Márquez
Colorado College
“Witnesses to Freedom: Paula’s Enslavement, Her Family’s Freedom Suit, and the Making of a Counterarchive in the South Atlantic World.” Hispanic American Historical Review, vol. 101, no. 2, May 2021, pp. 231–63

Menção Honrosa

Daniel L. McDonald
Brown University
“The Origins of Informality in a Brazilian Planned City: Belo Horizonte, 1889-1900.” Journal of Urban History, vol. 47, no. 1, Jan. 2021, pp. 29–49

MELHOR ARTIGO EM CIÊNCIAS SOCIAIS/ BEST ARTICLE IN SOCIAL SCIENCES - (SÉRGIO BUARQUE DE HOLANDA PRIZE)
Apresentado pela Seção de Brazil

Vencedor

Luísa Reis Castro
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
“Becoming Without: Making Transgenic Mosquitoes and Disease Control in Brazil.” Environmental Humanities 13, 2 (November 2021): 323–347

Menção Honrosa

Rebecca Neaera Abers
Universidade de Brasília
"Institutions, Networks and Activism Inside the State: Women’s health and environmental policy in Brazil." Critical Policy Studies 15, no. 3 (2021): 330-349

MELHOR LIVRO EM CIÊNCIAS SOCIAIS/ BEST BOOK IN SOCIAL SCIENCES –(SÉRGIO BUARQUE DE HOLANDA PRIZE)
Apresentado pela Seção de Brazil

Vencedor

Heather F. Roller
Colgate University
Contact Strategies: Histories of Native Autonomy in Brazil (Stanford University Press)

Menção Honrosa

Frederico Freitas
North Carolina State University
Nationalizing Nature: Iguazu Falls and National Parks at the Brazil-Argentina Border (Cambridge University Press)

MELHOR LIVRO EM HUMANIDADES/ BEST BOOK IN HUMANITIES – (ANTONIO CANDIDO PRIZE)
Apresentado pela Seção de Brazil

Vencedor

Viviana Bosi
Universidade de São Paulo
Poesia em risco. Itinerários para aportar nos anos 1970 e além (Editora 34)

Menção Honrosa

Larissa Alves de Lira
Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
Pierre Monbeig e a formação da Geografia no Brasil (1925-1956). Uma geo-história dos saberes (Alameda)

MELHOR TESE EM CIÊNCIAS SOCIAIS/ BEST DISSERTATION IN SOCIAL SCIENCES – (SÉRGIO BUARQUE DE HOLANDA PRIZE)
Apresentado pela Seção de Brazil

Vencedor

Pamela Katia Sertzen
Syracuse University
Contesting Erasure: The Museu da Maré and the Right to the City in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Menção Honrosa

Luísa Reis Castro
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Vectors of Health: Epidemics, Ecologies, and the Reinvention of Mosquito Science in Brazil

MELHOR TESE EM HUMANIDADES/ BEST DISSERTATION IN HUMANITIES – (ANTONIO CANDIDO PRIZE)
Apresentado pela Seção de Brazil

Vencedor

Fábio Rodrigo Penna
Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
O pensamento espiral em romances turbilhonares: escritas do grito, identidade entrecruzilhada e paisagens afrocircinadas

Menção Honrosa

Gray Fielding Kidd
Duke University
Surrendering to the Streets in Mid-Century Recife: The Living Legacies of Slavery in Black and White

Premio Michael Jiménez 2022
Apresentado pela Seção de Colombia

Vencedor

Joanne Rappaport
Georgetown University
"Cowards Don′t Make History: Orlando Fals Borda and the Origins of Participatory Action Research"

Menção Honrosa

Yesenia Barragán
Rutgers University
Freedom's Captives. Slavery and Gradual Emancipation on the Colombian Black Pacific. Cambridge UP, 2021.

2022 Best Book in Colonial Latin American Studies (triennial)
Apresentado pela Seção de Colonial

Vencedor

Aaron M. Hyman
John Hopkins University 
Rubens in Repeat. The Logic of the Copy in Colonial Latin America.

Menção Honrosa

Carlos A. Jáuregui, University of Notre Dame
Espectros y conjuras. Asedios a la cuestión colonial. 
Iberoamericana Vervuer, 2020

Menção Honrosa

S. Elizabeth Penry, Fordham University
The People are King. The Making of an Indigenous Andean Politics. Oxford University Press, 2019

Premio a la Excelencia Académica en los Estudios sobre Cuba
Apresentado pela Seção de Cuba

Vencedor

María del Carmen Barcia Zequeira
Facultad de Filosofía, Historia y Sociología de la Universidad de La Habana y Casa de Altos Estudios don Fernando Ortiz
Por su amplia trayectoria en favor de la cultura, el arte y la investigación crítica

Premio a la Mejor Tesis Doctoral en Estudios Cubanos
Apresentado pela Seção de Cuba

Vencedor

Nadia Herrada Hidalgo
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
La comunicación del patrimonio desde la persona común en contexto de transformaciones políticas, económicas y socioculturales. El caso actual de emprendedores gastronómicos en el centro histórico de La Habana Vieja.

Menção Honrosa

Cary Aileen García Yero
Harvard University
Sights and Sounds of Cubanidad: Race, Nation, and the Arts in Cuba, 1938-1958

Menção Honrosa

Kazia Sabrina Henry Knight
Universidad de La Habana
Asociaciones de instrucción y recreo de negros y mestizos. Contribución al desarrollo educativo y artístico en la sociedad de Camagüey (1879 – 1961)

Alfred Stepan Lifetime Achievement Award in Defense, Public Security, and Democracy 2022
Apresentado pela Seção de Defense, Public Security & Democracy

Vencedor

Bertha García-Gallegos
Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador

Best Article or Edited Volume Chapter by Section Member
Apresentado pela Seção de Defense, Public Security & Democracy

Vencedor

Rafael Martínez
Universidad de Barcelona
"Domestic military missions in Latin America: Civil-military relations and the perpetuation of democratic deficits." European Journal of International Security 7, no. 1 (2022): 58-83.Politics, 72 (3), 2020

Premio a la mejor tesis doctoral
Apresentado pela Seção de Ecuadorian Studies

Vencedor

Santiago Vallejo Galárraga
Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador
(2020) The international legal personhood of Nature and other ecosystems: A legal approach based on ecocentric ethics

Premio Dolores Cacuango al mejor ensayo
Apresentado pela Seção de Ecuadorian Studies

Vencedor

Ximena González-Parada
Yale University
(2021) Ecuadorian Blackness and the Poetics of Resistance and Solidarity in Adalberto Ortiz’s novel Juyungo, Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies, 30:1, 61-74, DOI: 10.1080/13569325.2021.1885019

Best Article Award
Apresentado pela Seção de Film Studies

Vencedor

Martina Broner
Dartmouth College
Martina Broner, ‘Rethinking Format in the Amazon: Ecology and El abrazo de la serpiente,’ JCMS: Journal of Cinema and Media Studies 61, no. 1 (Fall 2021): 7–26

Menção Honrosa

Laura Podalsky
Ohio States University
"Cosmopolitanism, modernity and youth in the 1960s: the transnational wanderings of teen idols from Argentina, Mexico and Spain", Transnational Screens, 11:2, pp.136-154

Menção Honrosa

Paul Merchant
University of Bristol
“‘Collecting What the Sea Gives Back’: Postcolonial Ecologies of the Ocean in Contemporary Chilean Film.” Bulletin of Latin American Research, Dec. 2020, pp. 1-18

Best Graduate Student Essay Award
Apresentado pela Seção de Film Studies

Vencedor

Oliver Wilson-Nunn
University of Cambridge
Wilson-Nunn, Oliver. 2022. 'Pedagogy Behind and Beyond Bars: Critical Perspectives on Prison Education in Contemporary Documentary Film from Argentina', Latin American Research Review, 57(4)

Early Career Award
Apresentado pela Seção de Film Studies

Vencedor

Marcelo Carosi
Hamilton College

Premio Elsa Chaney
Apresentado pela Seção de Gender and Feminist Studies

Vencedor

María José Pérez Sián
Universidad de Texas en Austin
Desplazamiento forzado de mujeres mayas poqomchi’ durante la guerra: relaciones entre la violencia contrasubversiva y la violencia estructurada en Guatemala, 1982-1988

Premio Marielle Franco
Apresentado pela Seção de Gender and Feminist Studies

Vencedor

María Alejandra Aguilar Dornelles
Florida Atlantic University
En nombre de la madre: el valor político del heroísmo en la narrativa de Maria Firmina dos Reis

Haiti-Dominican Republic Section Article Prize
Apresentado pela Seção de Haiti/ Dominican Republic

Vencedor

Lissette Acosta-Corniel
Borough of Manhattan Community College
Elena: Running to Dance and Other Defects in Colonial Santo Domingo (1771-73)

Menção Honrosa

Kathryn de Luna
Georgetown University
Sounding the African Atlantic

Haiti-Dominican Republic Section Guy Alexandre Paper
Apresentado pela Seção de Haiti/ Dominican Republic

Vencedor

Emmanuel Lachaud
Yale University
Between La Vierge and the Lwas: Popular Spiritualism, Religious Nationalism, and Legitimacy in Haiti’s Second Empire, 1847-1859 (Presented at LASA 2020 congress)

Haiti-Dominican Republic Section Isis Duarte Book Prize
Apresentado pela Seção de Haiti/ Dominican Republic

Vencedor

Rachel Afi Quinn
University of Houston
Being La Dominicana: Race and Identity in the Visual Culture of Santo Domingo

Menção Honrosa

Mariana Past and Benjamin Hebblethwaite
Dickinson College and University of Florida
Stirring the Pot of Haitian History (translation from Haitian Kreyol of Ti Difé Boule sou Istoua Ayiti, by Michel-Rolph Trouillot)

Mejor Libro
Apresentado pela Seção de Historia Reciente y Memoria

Vencedor

Ángeles Donoso Macaya
BMCC/CUNY
The Insubordination of Photography: Documentary Practices under Chile’s Dictatorship

Menção Honrosa

Ana Laura de Giorgi
Universidad de la República
Historia de un amor no correspondido: Feminismo e izquierda en los 80

Menção Honrosa

Joseph Feldman
University of Idaho
Memories before the State:Postwar Peru and the Place of Memory, Tolerance, and Inclusion

LASA Book Award
Apresentado pela Seção de Latinx Section

Vencedor

Carmen Lamas
University of Virginia
The Latino Continuum and the Nineteenth Century Americas: Literature, Translation, and Historiography (Oxford University Press 2020)

Menção Honrosa

Vanessa Díaz
Loyola Marymount University
Manufacturing Celebrity: Latino Paparazzi and Women Reporters in Hollywood (Duke University Press 2020)

Menção Honrosa

Ren Ellis Neyra
Wesleyan University
The Cry of the Senses: Listening to Latinx and Caribbean Poetics (Duke University Press 2020)

The LASA Latinx Section Dissertation Award
Apresentado pela Seção de Latinx Section

Vencedor

Jorge Ramirez - Lopez
Dartmouth College
Dissertation for the degree Doctor of Philosophy University of California San Diego: Indigenous Worldmaking in a World of Crisis: Race and the Making of the Migrant Circuit between Southern Mexico and the US/Mexican Pacific Coast, 1968-1994

Mejor Publicación en la Categoría Comunicación y Cultura Popular de la Sección de LASA Media, Communication & Culture
Apresentado pela Seção de Media, Communication & Culture

Vencedor

Rosario Sánchez Vilela
Universidad Católica del Uruguay
Vino nuevo en odres viejos. La matriz melodramática de la telenovela y los cambios culturales contemporáneos en las identidades de género

Mejor Publicación en la Categoría Medios, Comunicación y Periodismo de la Sección de LASA Media, Communication & Culture
Apresentado pela Seção de Media, Communication & Culture

Vencedor

Víctor Hugo Reyna, Martin Echeverria Victoria and Ruben Arnoldo Gonzalez Macias
Universidad De La Salle Bajío
Beyond Exogenous Models: Mexican Journalism’s Modernization in its Own Terms

Best Article in Social Sciences
Apresentado pela Seção de Mexico

Vencedor

Gema Kloppe-Santamaría
Loyola University Chicago
Deadly Rumors: Lynching, Hearsay, and Hierarchies of Credibility in Mexico, Journal of Social History, Volume 55, Issue 1, Fall 2021, Pages 85–104

Menção Honrosa

Diana J. Montaño
Washington University in St. Louis
Ladrones de Luz: Policing Electricity in Mexico City, 1901–1918, February 2021; Hispanic American Historical Review 101(1):35-72

Menção Honrosa

Ramón I. Centeno
Universidad de Sonora
López Obrador o la izquierda que no es. (2021). Foro Internacional, 61(1), 163-207

Best Article in the Humanities
Apresentado pela Seção de Mexico

Vencedor

Carolyn H. Fornoff
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
“Planetary Poetics of Extinction in Contemporary Mexican Poetry” in Mexican Literature as World Literature (2021)

Menção Honrosa

Sophie Esch
Rice University
“Hippopotamus Dead or Alive: Animals and Trauma in Narratives of the Drug War” in Revista Hispánica Moderna, Volume 74, Number 2, December 2021, pp. 184-199

Best Book in Social Sciences
Apresentado pela Seção de Mexico

Vencedor

Corinna Zeltsman
Georgia Southern University
Ink Under the Fingernails: Printing and Politics in Nineteenth-Century Mexico

Menção Honrosa

Gema Kloppe-Santamaría
Loyola University Chicago
In the Vortex of Violence: Lynching, Extralegal Justice, and the State in Post-Revolutionary Mexico

Menção Honrosa

Vanessa Freije
University of Washington, Seattle
Citizens of Scandal: Journalism, Secrecy, and the Politics of Reckoning in Mexico

Best Book in the Humanities
Apresentado pela Seção de Mexico

Vencedor

Susan Antebi
University of Toronto
Embodied Archive: Disability in Post-Revolutionary Mexican Cultural Production

Menção Honrosa

K. Mitchell Snow
Independent Scholar
A Revolution in Movement: Dancers, Painters, and the Image of Modern Mexico

Menção Honrosa

Germán Vergara
Georgia Tech
Fueling Mexico: Energy and Environment, 1850-1950

Best Dissertation
Apresentado pela Seção de Mexico

Vencedor

Iván Ramírez de Garay
El Colegio de Mexico
"El sismo de 1985 en la Ciudad de México. Una historia política"

Menção Honrosa

Viridiana Hernández Fernández
University of California, Davis
“Guacamole Ecosystems: Agriculture, Migration, and Deforestation in Twentieth-Century Mexico”

Menção Honrosa

Gaëlle Le Calvez House
Yale University
“Escrituras sin rostro: el antagonismo como fisura a los discursos hegemónicos en México 1994-2020”

Premio Mejor Artículo
Apresentado pela Seção de Nineteenth Century

Vencedor

Agnes Lugo-Ortiz
University of Chicago
“After Redemption and Abandonment: José Antonio Aponte’s Libro de pinturas in the Field of Visual Portraiture.” Colonial Latin American Review 30.2 (2021): 305-340

Menção Honrosa

David Sartorius
University of Maryland
"Transitory Trust: Falsified Passports, Circulars, and Other Speculations in Nineteenth-Century Cuba.” Journal of Social History 55.1 (2021); 7-26

Premio Mejor Libro
Apresentado pela Seção de Nineteenth Century

Vencedor

Yesenia Barragán
Rutgers University
Freedom's Captives. Slavery and Gradual Emancipation on the Colombian Black Pacific. Cambridge UP, 2021.

Menção Honrosa

Corinna Zeltsman
Georgia Southern University
Ink Under the Fingernails: Printing Politics in Nineteenth-Century Mexico. U of California P, 2021

Premio Mejor Tesis
Apresentado pela Seção de Nineteenth Century

Vencedor

Farren Yero
Duke University
“Laboratories of Consent: Vaccine Science in the Spanish Atlantic World,” 1779-1840. Duke University, 2020

Menção Honrosa

Alan Alexander Malfavon
Washington State University
Kin of the Leeward Port: Afro-Mexicans in Veracruz in the Making of State Formation, Contested Spaces, and Regional Development, 1770-1830

Flora Tristán Award for Best Book 2022
Apresentado pela Seção de Peru

Vencedor

María Elena García
University of Washington
Gastropolitics and the Specter of Race: Stories of Capital, Culture, and Coloniality in Peru. University of California Press, 2021

Menção Honrosa

María Eugenia Ulfe and Ximena Málaga Sabogal
Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú and New York University
Reparando mundos: Víctimas y Estado en los Andes peruanos. Fondo Editorial Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, 2021

José María Arguedas Award for Best Article 2022
Apresentado pela Seção de Peru

Vencedor

Guillermo Salas Carreño
Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
(2021) “Intangible Heritage and the Indigenization of Politics in the Peruvian Andes: The Dispute Over the Political Party Appropriation of the Pablito/Ukuku Dancer”. Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies, 16(4), 327–351.

Menção Honrosa

Magdalena Zegarra Chiappori
Michigan University
(2021) “Biopolitically (Un)caring: Sustaining Bodies and Shaping Care in Precarious Environments”. Special Issue on Dependencia, Envejecimiento y Cuidados, eds. Montserrat Soronellas and Dolors Comas d’Argemir. Arxiu d’Etnografia de Catalunya, n.º 22, 2021, 147-173 | DOI: 10.17345/aec22.147-173

Menção Honrosa

Matthew Himley
Illinois State University
(2021) “The Future Lies Beneath: Mineral Science, Resource-Making, and the (De)Differentiation of the Peruvian Underground”. Political Geography, 87(May): 102373

Premio Legado y Trayectoria 2022
Apresentado pela Seção de Peru

Vencedor

Catalina Romero
Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú

Vencedor

Sara Castro-Klarén
Johns Hopkins University

Vencedor

Gonzalo Portocarrero Maisch
Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
Reconocimiento Póstumo (1949-2019)

Best Paper on Political Institutions from the 2021 LASA Congress
Apresentado pela Seção de Political Institutions

Vencedor

Brian Palmer-Rubin, Daniel Berliner, Aaron Erlich and Benjamin E. Bagozzi
Marquette University, London School of Economis, McGill University and University of Delaware
Accountability in Time: Gradual Change in Access-to-Information Institutions

Donna Lee Van Cott Award for the Best Book on Latin American Politics and Institutions -2020
Apresentado pela Seção de Political Institutions

Vencedor

Guillermo Trejo and Sandra Ley
University of Notre Dame and CIDE
Votes, Drugs, and Violence. The Political Logic of Criminal Wars in Mexico

Donna Lee Van Cott Award for the Best Book on Latin American Politics and Institutions -2021
Apresentado pela Seção de Political Institutions

Vencedor

Yanilda María González
Harvard Kennedy School
Authoritarian Police in Democracy: Contested Security in Latin America

Vencedor

Virginia Oliveros
Tulane University
Patronage at Work: Public Jobs and Political Services in Argentina

Premio Blanca G. Silvestrini
Apresentado pela Seção de Puerto Rico

Vencedor

Lawrence LaFountain Stokes
University of Michigan
Artículo :- Boricuas cruzando fronteras: autobiografías y testimonios trans puertorriqueños

PREMIO DE CIENCIAS SOCIALES
Apresentado pela Seção de Southern Cone Studies

Vencedor

Caitlin Andrews-Lee
Ryerson University
The emergence and Revival of Charismatic Movements. Argentine Peronism and Venezuelan Chavismo, Cambridge University Press, 2021

PREMIO DE HUMANIDADES
Apresentado pela Seção de Southern Cone Studies

Vencedor

Nora Dominguez
Universidad de Buenos Aires
El revés del rostro. Figuras de la exterioridad en la cultura argentina

Menção Honrosa

Jason Barthes
University of Pennsylvania
ArteletrA. The Sixties in Latin America and the Politics of Going Unnoticed

PREMIO A LA MEJOR TESIS DE LA SECCIÓN
Apresentado pela Seção de Southern Cone Studies

Vencedor

Mara Dicenta Vilker
College of William and Mary
Beavers, Settlers, and Scientists: Entanglements of Environmental Science and (In)Justice in Austral Patagonia, 1940s-2020s
 

Premio Carlos Monsiváis por el mejor artículo en las ciencias sociales e historia
Apresentado pela Seção de Sexualities Studies

Vencedor

Carlos Halaburda
University of Toronto
“Lunfardos: Queerness, Social Prophylaxis, and the Futures of Reproduction in Fin-de-Siècle Argentine Dramaturgy,” Latin American Theatre Review 54.2 (2021

Menção Honrosa

Martín H. González Romero
Colegio de México
“Vestidas para marchar. Travestismo, identidad y protesta en los primeros años del Movimiento de Liberación Homosexual en México, 1978-1984,” Revista Interdisciplinaria de Estudios de Género del Colegio de México 7 (2021)

Premio Sylvia Molloy por el mejor artículo en las humanidades
Apresentado pela Seção de Sexualities Studies

Vencedor

Claudia Cabello Hutt
University of North Carolina, Greensboro
“Undisciplined Objects: Queer Women's Archives,” en Revista Hispánica Moderna, 74.1 (April 2021)

Menção Honrosa

Germán Garrido
Borough of Manhattan Community College/CUNY
“The World In Question: A Cosmopolitical Approach to Gay/Homosexual Liberation Movements in/and the ‘Third World,’ (from Argentina to the United States), Revista GLQ 27:3 (2021)

Menção Honrosa

Larry Lafountain-Stokes
University of Michigan
“Boricuas cruzando fronteras: autobiografías y testimonios trans puertorriqueños”, Revista Clepsydra, 21 (Marzo 2021)

Student Section Best Conference Paper Award
Apresentado pela Seção de Student Section of LASA

Vencedor

Mike Levine
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
"Exchanging Cuba for 1 Million YouTuve View”: Piracy, Virality, and Patria y Vida

Vencedor

Emily Taylor
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
"Un trabajo desatendido:” Women in the Guatemalan Popular Movement, 1976-1985

Best Paper Prize
Apresentado pela Seção de Subnational Politics and Society

Vencedor

Claire Dunn and Isabel Laterzo
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
State-level Citizen Response to COVID-19 Containment Measures in Brazil and Mexico

Menção Honrosa

Veronica Hurtado Lozada and Paolo Sosa Villagarcia
The University of British Columbia
Territorial Unevenness and Cash Transfers: The Implementation of Bono COVID-19 in Peru

ALAA/LASA-VCS Afro Latin American/Afro-Latinx Scholarship Prize
Apresentado pela Seção de Visual Culture Studies

Vencedor

Miguel A. Valerio
Washington University, St. Louis
“Architects of their own humanity: race, devotion, and artistic agency in Afro-Brazilian confraternal churches in eighteenth-century Salvador and Ouro Preto,” published in the Colonial Latin American Review in 2021

Best Book in Latin American Visual Culture Studies
Apresentado pela Seção de Visual Culture Studies

Vencedor

Elize Mazadiego
University of Amsterdam
Dematerialization and the Social Materiality of Art: Experimental Forms in Argentina, 1955-1968. Foro Hispánico, Volume 62. Leiden: Brill Rodopi, 2021.

Menção Honrosa

Alexander L. Fattal and Doris Sommer
University of California - San Diego and Harvard University
Shooting Cameras for Peace: Youth, Photography, and the Colombian Armed Conflict. Translated by Andy Klatt and Ramírez María Clemencia. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Peabody Museum Press, 2020

Menção Honrosa

Stephanie Pridgeon
Bates College
Revolutionary Visions: Jewish Life and Politics in Latin American Film. Latinoamericana. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2021

Best Essay in Latin American Visual Culture Studies
Apresentado pela Seção de Visual Culture Studies

Vencedor

Tatiana Flores
Rutgers University
“Latinidad Is Cancelled”: Confronting an Anti-Black Construct.” Latin American and Latinx Visual Culture 3, no. 3 (July 2021): 58–79

Menção Honrosa

Abigail Lapin Dardashti
University of California- Irvine
“Abstracted Resistance: Third-Worldism in Rubem Valentim’s Afro-Brazilian Symbolism, 1963–66.” Art Journal 80, no. 3 (2021): 56-77