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Distinguished Professor of History, G. Reid Andrews presents

“To Count or Not to Count: Race in Latin American Censuses, 1776-2020”

This talk will focus on the disposability of race and non-white peoples in Latin American censuses. Colonial census officials were vitally interested in racial identities, but national governments gradually eliminated race from national censuses in the 1800s and the first half of the 1900s. Over the last thirty years, black and indigenous movements have demanded the inclusion of racial data in the census; those data now constitute a rich source of information and raise new questions about black and indigenous life in the region.

Date & Time

October 4, 2018

6:00PM - 7:30PM

Add to Calendar 10/04/201806:00 PM 10/04/201807:30 PM America/New_York Distinguished Professor of History, G. Reid Andrews presents This talk will focus on the disposability of race and non-white peoples in Latin American censuses. Colonial census officials were vitally interested in... More info at www.susquehannalife.com/events/150188/distinguished-professor-of-history-g-reid-andrews-presents 162 Willard Building Penn State University , University Park, PA 16802 axEakIwmdzNKaowyWmiv58927

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162 Willard Building Penn State University University Park 16802 PA US

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