Presenter, paper titled: "Saint Maximino: The Mechanics of
Personality Cult in Post-Revolutionary Mexico." Panel titled:
Scoundrels, Politicos, and Prostitutes: Mythmaking in Latin
American History. Presented at the 125th annual meeting of the
American Historical Association (AHA), Boston, MA, January 9,
Presenter, paper titled: "Pancho Villa and the Legacy of the
Mexican Revolution" as part of semester-long programming to
celebrate the 100 and 200 year anniversaries of Mexican
Independence and Revolution organized by the Latin American Studies
and Women Studies, The University of Scranton, PA, September 14,
Chair and Presenter, paper titled: "Agrarian Reform or Coercion
of Peasant Leaders? Cardenas and Avila Camacho in Puebla, Mexico
(1937-1941)." Panel titled: Indigenous Movements in Latin
America: Past, Present and Future. Presented at the annual
meeting of the New England Council of Latin American Studies
(NECLAS), Schenectady, NY, October 3, 2009.
Presenter, paper titled: "With a Gun in His Hand: Maximino
Avila Camacho and the 1941 Challenge to Presidentialism."
Panel titled: Interest Groups and the Consolidation of
Authoritarian States: The Construction of Mexico's Revolutionary
Regime. Presented at the 121st annual meeting of the American
Historical Association (AHA), Atlanta, GA, January, 2007.