Co-organised by the Global History of Capitalism Project – Oxford; Latin American History Seminar - Oxford; and the Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez in Chile.
Convenor: Eduardo Posada-Carbo
PLEASE NOTE, THIS IS A CLOSED CONFERENCE - CONTACT GLOBALCAPITALISM@HISTORY.OX.AC.UK FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
Confirmed guest speakers:
Sebastián Alvarez, University of Genève, Switzerland, Latin American banks and international finance, 1973-1982
Rory Miller, Liverpool, UK, ‘Domestic business, Latin American governments, and foreign investors and intermediaries in C19 and C20 Latin America’ (title tbc)
Brian McBeth, LAC, Oxford, UK, The first Venezuelan petroleum bonanza: Oil Concessionaires during the regime of General Juan Vicente Gómez, 1908 – 1935.
Marcelo Bucheli, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA, Caffeinated Memories: the Colombian Coffee Growers' Federation and the Creation of Historical Narratives as a Public Good.
Martin Monsalve, Pacifico University, Peru.
Matias Braun, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, Politicians, Businessmen and the Economy in Chile' History: Perceptions and Reality (XIXth and XXth centuries)
Erica Salvaj, Universidad del Desarrollo, Chile.
Aldo Mussachio, Brandeis University, USA.
Keynote speaker: Antonio Celia, CEO, Promigas (natural gas, Colombia).