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Mapping South-South Connections: Australia and Latin America (2019)

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Mapping South-South Connections:

Australia and Latin America (2019)

Book Launch

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30 July 2019

Dr Fernanda Peñaloza & Dr Sarah Walsh

Book launch begins at 5:30pm

Room 650, Social Sciences Building (A02)

The University of Sydney

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As a special event organised by the Sydney University Research Community for Latin America (SURCLA) and the School of Languages and Cultures, Dr Fernanda Peñaloza from the University of Sydney and Dr Sarah Walsh from Washington State University will be launching their book Mapping South-South Connections: Australia and Latin America (Palgrave Macmillan, 2019). Mapping South-South Connections was edited by Fernanda Peñaloza and Sarah Walsh and it explores contemporary cultural, historical and geopolitical connections between Latin America and Australia from an interdisciplinary perspective. This book includes the valuable contributions of Fernanda Peñaloza and Sarah Walsh as well as other academics in the field.

Book Launch

As a special event organised by the Sydney University Research Community for Latin America (SURCLA) and the School of Languages and Cultures, Dr Fernanda Peñaloza from The University of Sydney and Dr Sarah Walsh from Washington State University, will be launching their book Mapping South-South Connections (Palgrave Macmillan, 2019).

This book was edited by Fernanda Peñaloza and Sarah Walsh and it explores contemporary cultural, historical and geopolitical connections between Latin America and Australia from an interdisciplinary perspective. Mapping South-South Connections includes the valuable contributions of Fernanda Peñaloza and Sarah Walsh as well as other academics in the field.

About the Authors

Dr Fernanda Peñaloza is a Senior Lecturer in Latin American Studies in the Department of Spanish and Latin American Studies at the University of Sydney. Fernanda holds a BA from the Universidad de Buenos Aires, MA and PhD from the University of Exeter (UK). Fernanda’s vast academic experience and research interests include the geopolitics of knowledge in the conceptualisation of indigenous knowledges in Chile and Argentina, migration and Latin American identities, Latin American processes of cultural production, circulation and consumption, and processes of translocal connectivities that link Australia with Latin America.

Dr Sarah Walsh is a Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow in the Department of History at Washington State University, USA. Sarah holds a BA from Boston College, PhD and MA in Latin American history from the University of Maryland. Sarah’s interdisciplinary approaches and research interests include Latin American history (with particular emphasis on the Southern Cone), the history of science and medicine (especially outside the United States and Europe), race and ethnicity in the Global South, and gender and sexuality studies.

For more information please refer to the SURCLA homepage https://sydney.edu.au/arts/our-research/centres-institutes-and-groups/sydney-university-research-community-latin-america.html

Kind regards,

Sydney University Research Community for Latin America (SURCLA)

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