Prix Section 2021

2020 Best Book in Amazonian Studies
Présenté par la Section de Amazonia

Vainqueur

Oscar de la Torre Cueva
University of North Carolina Charlotte
People of the River: Nature and Identity in Black Amazonia, 1835-1945 (2018)

Best Article Award
Présenté par la Section de Amazonia

Vainqueur

Natalia Buitron
University of Oxford
"Autonomy, productiveness, and community: the rise of inequality in an Amazonian society. The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 26 (1). 48 - 66."

Mention Honorable

Patrícia Vieira
University of Coimbra / Georgetown University
(2020) “Rainforest Sublime in Cinema: A Post-Anthropocentric Amazonian Aesthetics.” Hispania. 103:4: 533-543.

Mention Honorable

Susanna B Hecht and Raoni Rajao
University od California, Los Angeles and Federal University Minas Gerais
(2020) From “Green Hell” to “Amazonia Legal”: Landuse models and the re-imagination of the rainforest as a new development frontier. Land Use Policy. July 2020, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landusepol.2019.02.030 .

Premio de la sección "Archivos, bibliotecas y becas digitales
Présenté par la Section de Archives, Libraries, and Digital Scholarship

Vainqueurs

Xóchitl Flores-Marcial;  George Aaron Broadwell;  Alejandra Dubcovsky; Moisés García Guzmán; Eloise Kadlecek; Collin Kawan-Hemler;  Brook Danielle Lillehaugen; Felipe H. Lopez; May Helena Plumb and Mike Zarafonetis
Universidad Estatal de California Northridge y comunidades zapotecas de Oaxaca y Tlacolula de Matamoros, Oaxaca; Universidad de Florida; Universidad de California, Riverside;comunidad zapoteca de San Jerónimo Tlacochahuaya; Bryn Mawr College ‘22; Haverford College ‘22; Haverford College; Bibliotecas de Haverford College y comunidad zapoteca de San Lucas Quiaviní; Universidad de Texas, Austin and Bibliotecas de Haverford College
"Caseidyneën Saën - Aprendiendo juntos: Materiales didácticos zapotecas del Valle Colonial"

Asia and the Americas LASA Best Academic Work 2021 Award
Présenté par la Section de Asia and the Americas

Vainqueur

Rhys O. Jenkins
University of East Anglia
How China is Reshaping the Global Economy: Development Impacts in Africa and Latin America (Oxford University Press, 2019)

Mention Honorable

Ignacio López-Calvo
University of California, Merced
Japanese Brazilian Saudades: Diasporic Identities and Cultural Production (University Press of Colorado, 2019)

Mention Honorable

Jian Gao
University of Texas, Austin and Shanghai University
Restoring the Chinese Voice during Mexican Sinophobia, 1919–1934” (The Latin Americanist, 63:1, March 2019: 48-72)

Premio a la Trayectoria Professional Apoyando Trabajo Profesional en Bolivia
Présenté par la Section de Bolivia

Vainqueur

Laurence Whitehead
Oxford University

Premio al mejor libro
Présenté par la Section de Bolivia

Vainqueur

Sarah Elizabeth Penry
Fordham University
(2019). The People Are King: The Making of an Indigenous Andean Politics. Oxford University Press.

Mention Honorable

Juan José Anaya Giorgis
Universidad Mayor de San Simón
(2018) Estado y Petróleo en Bolivia (Siglos XX-XXI). CCP, Centro de Estudios de Población, Universidad Mayor de San Simón.

BEST ARTICLE IN HUMANITIES – MELHOR ARTIGO EM CIÊNCIAS HUMANAS (ANTONIO CANDIDO PRIZE)
Présenté par la Section de Brazil

Vainqueur

Adam Joseph Shellhorse
Temple University
“The Verbivocovisual Revolution: Anti-Literature, Affect, Politics, and World Literature in Augusto de Campos.” CR: The New Centennial Review 20.1 (Spring 2020): 147-184.

Mention Honorable

Odile Cisneros
University of Alberta
“Augusto de Campos’s Outro: The Limits of Authorship and the Limits of Legibility.” Journal of Lusophone Studies 5.1 (Spring 2020): 38-63

BEST ARTICLE IN SOCIAL SCIENCES – Melhor Artigo em Ciências Sociais (Sérgio Buarque de Holanda prize)
Présenté par la Section de Brazil

Vainqueur

Antoine Acker
University of Zurich
“A Different Story in the Anthropocene: Brazil’s Post-Colonial Quest for Oil (1930-1975).” Past & Present 249.1 (November 2020): 167–211

Mention Honorable

Ian Carrillo
University of Oklahoma
“Racialized Organizations and Color-Blind Racial Ideology in Brazil.” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 7.1 (2020): 56-70

BEST BOOK IN HUMANITIES – MELHOR LIVRO EM HUMANIDADES (ANTONIO CANDIDO PRIZE)
Présenté par la Section de Brazil

Vainqueur

Paul Christopher Johnson
University of Michigan
Automatic Religion: Nearhuman Agents of Brazil and France (University of Chicago Press)

Mention Honorable

Stephanie Dennison
University of Leeds
Remapping Brazilian Film Culture in the Twenty-First Century (Routledge)

Mention Honorable

Victoria Saramago
University of Chicago
Fictional Environments: Mimesis, Deforestation, and Development in Latin America (Northwestern University Press)

BEST BOOK IN SOCIAL SCIENCES – MELHOR LIVRO EM CIÊNCIAS SOCIAIS (SÉRGIO BUARQUE DE HOLANDA PRIZE)
Présenté par la Section de Brazil

Vainqueur

John D. French
Duke University
Lula and his Politics of Cunning: From Metalworker to President of Brazil (University of North Carolina Press)

Mention Honorable

Brian Wampler, Natasha Borges Sugiyama and Michael Touchton
Boise State University, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and University of Miami
Democracy at Work: Pathways to Well-Being in Brazil (Cambridge University Press)

Mention Honorable

Marília Bueno de Araújo Ariza
University of São Paulo (USP)
Mães infames, filhos venturosos (Alameda Editorial)

BEST DISSERTATION IN HUMANITIES – Melhor Tese em Humanidades (Antonio Candido Prize)
Présenté par la Section de Brazil

Vainqueur

Jamie Lee Anderson
Pennsylvania State University
Mothers in the Family of Saints: Gender and Race in the Making of Afro-Brazilian Heritage (University of Michigan)

Mention Honorable

Ana Cláudia dos Santos São Bernardo
Tulane University
From the Dumpster to the Bookshelf: Literature Written by Black Women in Brazil and the Quest for Mobility from 1960 to the Present (University of Minnesota)

BEST DISSERTATION IN SOCIAL SCIENCES – MELHOR TESE EM CIÊNCIAS SOCIAIS (SÉRGIO BUARQUE DE HOLANDA PRIZE)
Présenté par la Section de Brazil

Vainqueur

David C. Thompson
University of California, Berkeley
“Resocialize to Conquer the Future”: Incarceration and Reform in Rio de Janeiro (University of California, Berkeley)

Mention Honorable

Benjamin Bradlow
Harvard University
Urban Origins of Democracy and Inequality: Governing São Paulo and Johannesburg, 1985-2016 (Brown University)

Mention Honorable

Guillermo Toral
Vanderbilt University
The Political Logics of Patronage: Uses and Abuses of Government Jobs in Brazil (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

BEST MA THESIS IN HUMANITIES - MELHOR DISSERTAÇÃO DE MESTRADO EM HUMANIDADES (ANTONIO CANDIDO PRIZE)
Présenté par la Section de Brazil

Vainqueur

Daniela Nascimento
UNESP/Araraquara
Carolina Maria de Jesus e a escrita de si como lugar de memória e resistência

Mention Honorable

Eduardo Monteiro Burkle
Queen's University Belfast
When Forgetting is Dangerous Transitional justice, Collective Remembrance and Brazil’s Shift to Far-Right Populism

Premio 2021 al Mejor Ensayo Académico en Estudios Coloniales Latinoamericanos – Investigador Joven
Présenté par la Section de Colonial

Vainqueur

Larissa Brewer-García
University of Chicago
Hierarchy and Holiness in the Earliest Colonial Black Hagiographies: Alonso de Sandoval and His Sources

Mention Honorable

Iris Montero Sobrevilla
Brown University
The Disguise of the Hummingbird: On the Natural History of Huitzilopochtli in the Florentine Codex

Premio Inaugural al Mejor Ensayo Académico en Estudios Coloniales Latinoamericanos – Investigador Avanzado
Présenté par la Section de Colonial

Vainqueur

Vanina María Teglia
Universidad de Buenos Aires/CONICET
Claroscuros del archivo colonial: La escritura sobre la naturaleza de Fernández de Oviedo

Premio Inaugural al Mejor Ensayo Académico en Estudios Coloniales – Investigador Avanzado
Présenté par la Section de Colonial

Vainqueur

Allison Margaret Bigelow
University of Virginia
Transatlantic Quechuañol: Reading Race Through Colonial Translations

Premio a la Excelencia Académica en los Estudios sobre Cuba
Présenté par la Section de Cuba

Vainqueur

Ana Margarita Mateo Palmer.
Academia Cubana de la Lengua
Por su amplia trayectoria en favor de la cultura, el arte y la investigación crítica

Alfred Stepan Lifetime Achievement Award in Defense, Public Security, and Democracy 2021
Présenté par la Section de Defense, Public Security & Democracy

Vainqueur

David R. Mares
University of California, San Diego

Best Article or Edited Volume Chapter by Section Member
Présenté par la Section de Defense, Public Security & Democracy

Vainqueur

Annette Idler
University of Oxford
The Logic of Illicit Flows in Armed Conflict: Explaining Variation in Violent Non-state Group Interactions in Colombia, World Politics, 72 (3), 2020

2021 E+P Best Book Award
Présenté par la Section de Economics and Politics

Vainqueur

Gabriel Ondetti
Missouri State University
Property Threats and the Politics of Anti-Statism: The Historical Roots of Contemporary Tax Systems in Latin America. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Mention Honorable

Diego Sanchez-Ancochea
University of Oxford
The Costs of Inequality in Latin America: Lessons and Warnings for the Rest of the World. London: I.B. Taurus

Premio al mejor libro
Présenté par la Section de Ecuadorian Studies

Vainqueur

Erynn Masi de Casanova
University of Cincinnati
2019. Dust and dignity: domestic employment in contemporary Ecuador. Ithaca: ILR Press, an imprint of Cornell University Press.

Mention Honorable

Jenny Pontón Cevallos
FLACSO Ecuador
2019. Mujeres en la publicidad del Ecuador: de las imágenes a los cuerpos. 1. ed. Serie Atrio. Quito, Ecuador: FLACSO Ecuador.

Mention Honorable

Marc Becker
Truman State University
2021. The CIA in Ecuador. American encounters/global interactions. Durham: Duke University Press.

Premio Dolores Cacuango al mejor ensayo -2019
Présenté par la Section de Ecuadorian Studies

Vainqueur

Cristina Vega, Myriam Paredes and Andrea Nathaly Almeida
Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales, Sede Ecuador; Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales, Sede Ecuador and Investigadora Independiente
“Desigualdades y crisis reproductiva tras el terremoto en la costa ecuatoriana. Estrategias familiares ante el modelo de desarrollo y trabajo extractivo”. AIBR, Revista de Antropología Iberoamericana 14 (2): 323–50.

Premio Dolores Cacuango al mejor ensayo- 2020
Présenté par la Section de Ecuadorian Studies

Vainqueur

Daniela Mora V. and Paola Lozada
FLACSO Ecuador y PUCE and PUCE y la Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar
La Economía solidaria: ¿Un discurso aglutinador o la posible expresión de un ‘contramovimiento? Revista Puce, mayo

Premio Nuevas Direcciones
Présenté par la Section de Ecuadorian Studies

Vainqueur

Diego Poma
Universidad Central de Ecuador
La Radio Como Dispositivo De Colonialidad Del Sonido Musical En Quito

Expert Witness Research Award
Présenté par la Section de Expert Witness

Vainqueur

Lynn Stephen
University of Oregon
"Fleeing Rural Violence: Mam women seeking gendered justice in Guatemala and the U.S." (2019) 1-17

Mention Honorable

Amelia Frank-Vitali and Juan José Martínez-d'Aubuisson
University of Michigan and Universidad Francisco Gavidia (El Salvador)
"The Generation of the Coup: Honduran Youth at Rish and of Risk" The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology. (2020) 1-17

Mejor Ensayo Estudiante posgrado/investigador emergente (graduate or postgraduate)
Présenté par la Section de Film Studies

Vainqueur

Olivia Cosentino
University of South Carolina
Haunted Bodies: Spectrality, Gender Violence and the Central American Female Migrant in Recent Mexican Cinema

Premio del investigador/a inicio de la carrera
Présenté par la Section de Film Studies

Vainqueur

Mónica Ramón Ríos
PRATT INSTITUTE

Mejor Ensayo Investigador categoría general
Présenté par la Section de Film Studies

Vainqueur

Talía Dajes
University of Utah
Crímenes íntimos: incesto y violencia política en el cine peruano contemporáneo

Premio Elsa Chaney
Présenté par la Section de Gender and Feminist Studies

Vainqueur

Julia Hang
CONICET y FaHCE
Women, politics and gender in Argentine football clubs. An ethnographic approach to the gender area of Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata

Premio Marielle Franco
Présenté par la Section de Gender and Feminist Studies

Vainqueur

Rocío del Águila Gracey
City University of New York
Cuerpo, mestizaje y colonialidad la alteridad de las mujeres trans en las muestras fotográficas Padre Patria y Vírgenes de la Puerta

Haiti-Dominican Republic Section Article Prize
Présenté par la Section de Haiti/ Dominican Republic

Vainqueur

Hugo Harvey Valdés
Independent or Non-Affiliated Scholar
Revisitando el punto de inflexión interamericano en la Guerra Fría: la crisis dominicana de 1965, la intervención de Estados Unidos y la Fuerza Interamericana de la Paz

Vainqueur

Kyrstin Mallon Andrews
University of California, Irvine
Catching Air: Risk and Embodied Ocean Health Among Dominican Diver Fishermen

Isis Duarte Book Prize
Présenté par la Section de Haiti/ Dominican Republic

Vainqueur

Chelsey L. Kivland
Dartmouth University
Street Sovereigns: Young Men and the Makeshift State in Urban Haiti

Mention Honorable

Ana-Maurine Lara
University of Oregon
Streetwalking: LGBTQ Lives and Protest in the Dominican Republic

Premio mejor artículo
Présenté par la Section de Historia Reciente y Memoria

Vainqueur

Emilio Crenzel
Universidad de Buenos Aires / CONICET
"The Crimes of the Last Dictatorship in Argentina and its Qualification as Genocide: A Historicization," Global Society, 33:3, 365-381, DOI: 10.1080/13600826.2019.1598944.(2019)

Mention Honorable

Camilo Vicente Ovalle
Investigador independiente
"Política de contrainsurgencia y desaparición forzada en México en la década de 1970." E.I.A.L., Vol. 30 – No 1 (2019)

Mention Honorable

Diego Sempol
Universidad de la República
"Memorias trans y violencia estatal. La Ley Integral para Personas Trans y los debates sobre el pasado reciente en Uruguay." páginas / año 11 – n° 27 Septiembre-Diciembre / ISSN 1851-992X/ 2019

LASA Sección Migraciones Internacionales 2021- Premio 1
Présenté par la Section de International Migrations

Vainqueur

Deisy Del Real
University of Southern California
Liminal Legality and Irregularity: The Fragility and Exclusionary Aspects of Colombia’s Special Legalization Permits for Venezuelan Migrant

LASA Sección Migraciones Internacionales 2021- Premio 2
Présenté par la Section de International Migrations

Mention Honorable

Isabel Gil Everaert
El Colegio de Mexico
The Waiting Regime

LASA Sección Migraciones Internacionales 2021- Premio 3
Présenté par la Section de International Migrations

Mention Honorable

Victoria Fin
Universidad Diego Portales (Chile) and Leiden University (Netherlands))
To Vote or Not to Vote? That is the Question for Many Migrants

Premio para Mejor Artículo
Présenté par la Section de Labor Studies

Vainqueur

Antonio Stecher and Álvaro Soto Roy
Universidad Diego Portales and Universidad Alberto Hurtado
“Crisis and transformation of occupational identities in three sectors (retail, mining, state): contributions to understanding workplace subjectivities in neoliberal Chile”

Mention Honorable

Katherine Sobering
University of North Texas
“The Relational Production of Workplace Equality: The Case of Worker-Recuperated Businesses in Argentina”

Premio para Mejor Texto por un Alumno
Présenté par la Section de Labor Studies

Vainqueur

Domingo Javier Pérez Valenzuela
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
“The capitalist enterprise as territory”

The best article award
Présenté par la Section de Labor Studies

Vainqueur

Merike Blofield and Michael Touchton
University of Miami and University of Miami
Moving Away from Maternalism? The Politics of Parental Leave Reforms in Latin America

Mention Honorable

Francisca Gutiérrez Crocco
Universidad Alberto Hurtado (FEN-COES-UAH)
Contesting the Neoliberal Order through Legal Mobilisation: The Case of Chilean Unions

2021 Frank Bonilla Public Intellectual Award
Présenté par la Section de Latino Studies

Vainqueur

Lourdes Torres and Lorgia Garcia Peña
DePaul University and Harvard University
By understanding the political and economic forces that engender exploitation and injustice as forms of racial and ethnic oppression

LASA LSS Dissertation Award
Présenté par la Section de Latino Studies

Vainqueur

Iliana Yamileth Rodriguez
Emory University
Constructing Mexican Atlanta, 1980-2016

Mention Honorable

Verónica Dávila Ellis
Smith College
Uttering Sonic Dominicanidad: Women and Queer Performers of Música Urbana

LASA LSS Outstanding Article Award
Présenté par la Section de Latino Studies

Vainqueur

Clara E Irazábal Zurita and Alejandro N. Garay-Huaman
University of Maryland and University of Missouri–Kansas City
Garay-Huamán A. N. and Irazábal-Zurita, C. (2020). Latinos in Kansas City: The Political Economy of Placemaking. Journal of Planning Literature XX(X), 1-24.

LASA-LLS Outstanding Book Award
Présenté par la Section de Latino Studies

Vainqueur

Johana Londoño
University at Albany, SUNY
Abstract Barrios: The Crises of Latinx Visibility in Cities. Duke University Press, 2020

Mention Honorable

Marisol Lebrón
University of Texas, Austin
Policing Life and Death: Race, Violence and Resistance in Puerto Rico. University of California Press, 2019.

Mention Honorable

Robb (Robert) Hernández
Fordham University
Archiving an Epidemic: Art, AIDS, and the Queer Chicanx Avant-Garde. NYU Press, 2019

Best Article in Social Sciences
Présenté par la Section de Mexico

Vainqueur

Elizabeth O’Brien
The Johns Hopkins University
“The Many Meanings of Aborto: Pregnancy Termination and the Instability of a Medical Category Over Time.” Women’s History Review (Online)

Mention Honorable

Sarah Osten
University of Vermont
“Out of the Shadows: Violence and State Consolidation in Postrevolutionary Mexico.” The Latin Americanist (Vol. 64, No. 2)

Best Article in the Humanities
Présenté par la Section de Mexico

Vainqueur

Gema Kloppe-Santamaría
Loyola University of Chicago
“The Lynching of the Impious: Violence, Politics, and Religion in Postrevolutionary Mexico (1930s–1950s),” The Americas: A Quarterly Review of Latin American History (Vol. 77, No. 1)

Mention Honorable

Micah McKay
University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa
‘Pasto sin fin del basurero’: Trash and Disposal in the Poetry of José Emilio Pacheco.” Latin American Literary Review (Vol. 47, No. 93).

Best Book in Social Sciences
Présenté par la Section de Mexico

Vainqueur

Sarah Luna
Tufts University
Love in the Drug War: Selling Sex and Finding Jesus on the Mexico-US Border. (University of Texas Press)

Mention Honorable

Rocio Gomez
Virginia Commonwealth University
Silver Veins, Dusty Lungs: Mining, Water, and Public Health in Zacatecas, 1835-1946 (University of Nebraska Press)

Mention Honorable

Theodore W. Cohen
Lindenwood University
Finding Afro-Mexico: Race and Nation after the Revolution (Cambridge University Press)

Best Book in the Humanities
Présenté par la Section de Mexico

Vainqueur

Raúl Diego Rivera Hernández
Villanova University
Narratives of Vulnerability in Mexico's War on Drugs (Springer)

Mention Honorable

Jeannette F. Peterson and Kevin Terraciano
University of California, Santa Barbara and University of California, Los Angeles
The Florentine Codex: An Encyclopedia of the Nahua World in Sixteenth-Century Mexico (University of Texas Press)

Mention Honorable

Sonia Robles
Universidad Panamericana
Mexican Waves: Radio Broadcasting Along Mexico’s Northern Border, 1830-1950 (University of Arizona Press)

Best Dissertation
Présenté par la Section de Mexico

Vainqueur

Martha Balaguera Cuervo
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
“Citizenship in Transit: Perils and Promises of Crossing Mexico”

Mention Honorable

Abraham Trejo Terreros
Colegio de México
“Los coyotes. Migración y negocios en la frontera norte de México (1920-1964)”

Premio al Mejor libro sobre el siglo XIX
Présenté par la Section de Nineteenth Century

Vainqueur

Ashley Elizabeth Kerr
University of Idaho
Sex, Skulls, Citizens: Gender and Racial Science in Argentina (1860-1910). Vanderbilt University Press, 2020.

PREMIO MEJOR ARTICULO 2021
Présenté par la Section de Nineteenth Century

Vainqueur

Magdalena Candioti
CONICET-Instituto de Historia Argentina y Americana “Dr. Emilio Ravignani
“Un manual para formar negros piadosos. Religión, política y raza en la Buenos Aires rosista”. En Guzmán, F y Ghidoli, ML, El asedio a la libertad. Abolición y Post-abolición en el Cono Sur. Buenos Aires, Biblos, 2020

PREMIO MEJOR DISERTACION 2021
Présenté par la Section de Nineteenth Century

Vainqueur

Elizabeth Aislinn O’Brien
Johns Hopkins University and Medicine
Intimate Interventions: The Cultural Politics of Reproductive Surgery in Mexico, 1790-1940. The University of Texas at Austin, 2019.

PREMIO MEJOR DISERTACION 2022
Présenté par la Section de Nineteenth Century

Mention Honorable

Héctor M. Strobel del Moral
Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (Postdoctoral researcher)
El ejército liberal durante la revolución de Ayutla y la Reforma, 1854-1861. El Colegio de México, Ciudad de México, 2020.

Flora Tristán Award, For Best Book, LASA Peru 2020
Présenté par la Section de Peru

Vainqueur

Larissa Brewer-García
University of Chicago
Beyond Babel: Translations of Blackness in Colonial Peru and New Granada (Cambridge University Press, 2020)

Mention Honorable

Marcel Velázquez Castro
Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos
Hijos de la peste: Una historia de las epidemias en el Perú (Taurus, 2020)

José María Arguedas Award, For Best Article 2020
Présenté par la Section de Peru

Vainqueur

Karen B. Graubart
University of Notre Dame
As Slaves and Not Vassals: Interethnic Claims of Freedom and Unfreedom in Colonial Perú”, Población y Sociedad, Vol. 27. No. 2, 2020, 30-53pp.

Mention Honorable

Amanda M. Smith
University of California, Santa Cruz
“Sounds of the Baguazo: Listening of Extractivism in an Intercultural Radio Programme from the Peruvian Amazon” Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies, 2020.

Mention Honorable

Cristina Alcalde
University of Kentucky
“Coloniality, Belonging, and Indigeneity in Peruvian Migration Narratives” Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies, 2020

Premio Blanca G. Silvestrino para un Artículo Sobresaliente en los Estudios Puertorriqueños
Présenté par la Section de Puerto Rico

Vainqueur

Marie Cruz Soto
New York University
“The Making of Viequenses: Militarized Colonialism and Reproductive Rights,” Meridians vol. 19, no. 2 (Oct. 2020): 360-382

Mention Honorable

Adriana Garriga-López
Kalamazoo College
“Debt, Crisis, and Resurgence in Puerto Rico,” Small Axe 62, no. 2 (July 2020): 122-132

Premio Monsivais for Best Article in the Social Sciences
Présenté par la Section de Sexualities Studies

Vainqueur

Anne Rubenstein
York University
A Sentimental and Sexual Education: Men, Sex, and Movie Theaters in Mexico City, 1920–2010

Vainqueur

Patricio Simonetto
University College London UCL
La otra internacional. Prácticas globales y anclajes nacionales de la liberación homosexual en Argentina y México (1967-1984)

Mention Honorable

David Rocha Cortez
Independent Scholar
La cochona ciudad letrada: arte y discursos homoeróticos en Nicaragua

Premio Sylvia Molloy for Best Article in the Humanities
Présenté par la Section de Sexualities Studies

Vainqueur

PJ DiPietro
Syracuse University and PRIGEPP/FLACSO
Ni humanos, ni animales, ni monstruos: la decolonización del cuerpo transgénero

Vainqueur

Xiomara Verenice Cervantes-Gómez
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Paz’s Pasivo: Thinking Mexicanness from the Bottom

Mention Honorable

Cole Rizki
University of Virginia
Familiar grammars of loss and belonging: curating trans kinship in post-dictatorship Argentina

Mejor Libro en Humanidades
Présenté par la Section de Southern Cone Studies

Vainqueur

Natalia Milanesio
University of Houston
Destape: Sex, Democracy, and Freedom in Postdictatorial Argentina (Pitt Latin American Series)

Best Paper Award
Présenté par la Section de Subnational Politics and Society

Vainqueur

Jessie Bullock
Harvard University
Organized Criminal Groups and Voter Mobilization

Mention Honorable

Thomas R. Vargas
McMaster University
The Political Origins of Education Decentralization

Best Book in Latin American Visual Culture Studies
Présenté par la Section de Visual Studies

Vainqueur

Ángeles Donoso-Macaya
Borough of Manhattan Community College/CUNY
The Insubordination of Photography: Documentary Practices Under Chile's Dictatorship. Reframing Media, Technology, and Culture in Latin/o America. Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 2020.

Best Essay in Latin American Visual Culture Studies
Présenté par la Section de Visual Studies

Vainqueur

Jessica Gordon-Burroughs
University of Edinburgh
"The Pixelated Afterlife of Nicolás Guillén Landirán: Migratory Forms." JCMS: Journal of Cinema and Media Studies 59, no. 2 (2020): 23-42. doi:10.1353/cj.2020.0001