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SIRGLAS Workshop

The Stanford Interdisciplinary Research Group on Latin American Studies (SIRGLAS) will be holding a workshop Tuesday, February 7, at 5.30pm at the Bolivar House.
Presenters and topics are listed below. As always, dinner will be served! 
If you're interested in presenting in presenting at a later date please email Edgar at Our next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, February 22 at 5.30pm. And if you or anyone you know might be interested in getting updates from the listserv, they can sign up here.
Marguerite Louise De Loney, PhD candidate in Anthropology: Agents of Coloniality: Capitalism, the Market, and my Crisis with Archaeology

Cesangari Lopez, MA GSE: Money for Nothing? The Effect of Conditional Cash Transfers in Mexico on Upper Secondary Completion

Edgar Franco, PhD Candidate in Political Science: Indigenous Governments and the Legal Defence of Property Rights: A text analysis of half million historical documents from Colonial Mexico



Tuesday, February 7, 2017. 05:30 PM


Bolivar House, 582 Alvarado Row


Center for Latin American Studies


(650) 725-0383