British academy

44th International Congress of Americanists: Past Awards

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Please note: Awards are arranged alphabetically by surname of the grant recipient. The institution is that given at the time of application.

Year of award: 2002-3 | 2001-2 | 2000-1 | 1999-2000 | 1998-9 | 1998-7


Dr P Drinot
(University of Oxford)
Syphilis and state-building in early 20C Peru

Dr A Laird
(University of Warwick)
The Epic of America: an introduction to Rafael Landívar's Rusticatio Mexicana

Mr S Penn
(University of Leicester)
Esotericism in Latin American literature

Dr P A Schell
(University of Manchester)
Exhibiting Gender through Santiago's Cultural Institutions in the late 19th Century


Dr J R Barton
(University of East Anglia)
The political ecology of urban landfills

Dr J Beasley-Murray
(University of Manchester)
Visit of Heloisa Buarque de Hollanda, Brazilian feminist critic

Dr N P Higgins
(University of Glasgow)
Reconciliation, memory and belief among survivors of the Acteal Massacre

Dr C Lindsay
(University of Stirling)
History and Memory in Contemporary Columbian Women's Writing


Dr S Heycock
(University of Bradford)
Capital labour and technology: transfer from Britain to Mexico in Silver Mining during the 19th and 20th centuries

Professor J P King
(University of Warwick)
An analysis of the Mexican cultural journal Plural (1971-76)

Dr R J Williams
(University of Edinburgh)
Monuments and buildings of central Brasilia


Dr J Mistry
(Royal Holloway, University of London)
Traditional fire management in the savannas (cerrado) of Brazil

Dr B Pastor
(University of Glasgow)
The evolving representations of femininity and masculinity in Cuban film

Dr L Tedesco
(University of East Anglia)
Beyond Crisis: Re-conceptualising the state in Argentina, Brazil and Chile


Dr S Hart
(University College London)
Annotated Bibliography of the Criticism on the Work of César Vallejo (1892-1938)

Mr D Tombs
(Roehampton Institute)
From Crucified God to Crucified People: the Christology of Jon Sobrino

Dr P Wade
(University of Manchester)
Visit of Dr Eduardo Restrepo, Instituto Colombiano de Antropología


Ms S McFall
(University of Oxford)
Eating the oracle: guinea-pigs in the Peruvian Andes

Dr E Dore
(University of Portsmouth)
Nicaragua: The Myth of Modernity: 1840-1990

Dr P R Jordan
(University of Sheffield)
The presence of the white-collar and salaried professional worker in the works of River Plate narrators, from 1890 to 1960: a struggle for protagonism