Hannah Abrahamson

Welcome Hannah R. Abrahamson, 2024–2025 OI-NEH Postdoctoral Fellow Hannah R. Abrahamson is Assistant Professor of Latin American History at College of the Holy Cross where she teaches courses on early modern Latin America, Indigenous history, and histories of gender and sexuality. She earned her Ph.D. from Emory University in 2022, which received dissertation awards from the Latin American… Read More

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"Powers, Polycentrism, and Commercial Regulations in the Iberian Spaces: Monopolies, Privileges, and Exclusive Regimes"

The OI is proud to support this ambitious two-city, multi-day, event organized by Fabrício Prado (William & Mary) in conjunction with the Institute of Historical Research at UNAM, Mexico City as part of the Social History of Commercial Regulations Project – HIRECOM. The conference will begin on the campus of William & Mary, April 11 through 13, then continue… Read More

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An interview with Fabrício Prado about the Rio de la Plata workshop

Read about the history of the Rio de la Plata workshop and REGISTER for this year's session now. Read More

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