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Congratualations to our Graduate Research Competition Winners

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Congratulations to our Graduate Research Competition Winners!: Thank you to all of our Graduate presenters and Congratulations to our 2011 Winners!

PhD Level 
Co-1st - Ezekial Stear, Spanish & Portuguese - "Nahua Histories of Migration in the Valley of Mexico, 1519-1619"
David Lisenby, Spanish & Portuguese - "A Cecilia Valdés for the Twenty-First Century: Polemical Possession in Norge Espinosa‘s La virgencita de bronce"

MA Level
1st - Andrew Norris, Geography - "Land Tenure Transformation on the Periphery of San Luis Potosí, Mexico"
2nd - Sydney Silverstein, Anthropology - "Voting, Violence and Change: A Multi-sited Inquiry into Youth and Identity in Peru"
3rd - Kevin Freudenburg, Political Science - "Home Away From Home: Migrant Organizations and Transnational Politics Among Latin
American Migrants in Spain" 
4th - Andrew Bailey, School of Business & Latin American Studies - "Brazilian Coffee Cooperatives: Current Opportunities and Challenges"



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