Date: 20 May 2014 Time: 9.45 am - 5.30 pm
Venue: FASS Building and Bowland North SR1
North West Doctoral Training Centre (NWDTC)
Language-Based Area Studies Pathway
Latin American & Caribbean Studies
9.45-10.10am: Registration & Refreshments. FASS Building Reception Area.
10.15am: Welcome (Andrew Dawson, Lancaster University), Bowland North Seminar Room 1.
10.30am: Morning Panel. Chair: Dr Cornelia Gräbner (Lancaster University)
Carolina Fernández Quintanilla (Lancaster University): Moral and Political Empathy: Exploring Readers' Engagement with Fictional Characters in Eduardo Galeano's Stories.
César Padilla-Altamira (University of Liverpool): Health Care at the Margins: An Ethnography of Chronic Kidney Disease and Peritoneal Dialysis in Western Mexico.
Rodrigo Céspedes Proto (Lancaster University): Criminal Law and Chilean Indigenous people: ILO 169 at Domestic Level.
Derly Sánchez Vargas (Lancaster University): Contexting Sustainable Coffees: Crisis, Values chain and Sustainability.
12.45-1.45pm: Lunch (FASS Reception Area & Meeting Room 3)
1.50: Early Afternoon Panel. Chair: Prof John Gledhill (Manchester University), Bowland North Seminar Room 1.
Emma Jackson (Manchester University): Reproducing the Maya? A Case Study of Mexican and Guatemalan Tourist Art Souvenirs.
Margarita Calderón (Lancaster University): Using Participatory Research to Involve and Empower Disadvantaged Chilean Communities in Addressing Literacy.
Katherine Bailey (Lancaster University): The 'Unquiet Dead': Memorializing the 'disappeared' in Post-conflict Guatemala.
3.25-3.45: Refreshment Break (FASS Building Reception Area)
3.50pm: Late Afternoon Panel. Chair: Dr Amit Thakkar (Lancaster University), Bowland North Seminar Room 1
Jack Webb (University of Liverpool): British Representations of Faustin I and Understandings of Empire.
Oscar J M Castañeda (Lancaster University): Living in the Middle: Global Health, Data and Cervical Cancer in Colombia.
Carolina Pérez Arredondo (Lancaster University): Nannies and Discrimination in Chile: The Case of Inés Pérez.
5.20pm: Closing Remarks: Dr Par Kumaraswami (Manchester University)
Who can attend: Anyone
Organising departments and research centres: European Languages and Cultures, Latin America Research Cluster, Politics, Philosophy and Religion PPR