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September 26, 2011
Time:Noon-1 p.m.
Description:Jesse Cromwell, Ph.D., candidate in History at The University of Texas at Austin, presents a workshop titled "Chocolate-Covered Colony: The Material Culture of Cacao in Eighteenth Century Venezuela." See Web site to RSVP.

With research interests in 17th- and 18th-century Latin American and Caribbean history, maritime history, imperial rivalry, commerce and trade, smuggling and piracy, Cromwell examines in his dissertation - tentatively titled "Covert Commerce: A Social History of Contraband Trade in Venezuela, 1680-1800" - the unexplored lives of non-Spanish smugglers, Venezuelan collaborators, corrupt Spanish officials and Afro-Caribbeans involved in the colony's flourishing illicit trade markets. Click these links for more about Jesse Cromwell and about the IHS New Work in Progress Series.
Location:Garrison Hall (GAR) 4.100
URL:More about this event...
Contact:Courtney L Meador | 512-471-3261
Sponsor:Institute for Historical Studies, Department of History
Admission:Free and open to the public; RSVP required
Categories:Everyone, Lecture/talk, Politics & International, Workshop
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