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Pablo Miguel Sierra Silva

C. Phil. 2009, UCLA; M.A. 2008, UCLA - Latin American History; B.A. 2006, University of Pennsylvania - Latin American Studies, World History.

Fax: 310-206-7833
E-mail: sierrapm@ucla.edu

Field

Colonial Mexico, African Presence in Mexico and Latin America, Marriage Patterns in Colonial Urban Centers

Research Interests

16th and 17th century focus on urban centers in Central Mexico, primarily Puebla de los Angeles and Mexico City. Intermarriage between African, Asian, and Indigenous workers in labor-intensive textile mills.

Grants and Awards

2009-2010 Fulbright-Hays

Advisors

Pr. Kevin Terraciano

Conference Presentations

?¿Negros o Prietos?: The Negotiation of Afro-Mexican Identity in Sixteenth Century Puebla?; ?El matrimonio negro en Puebla de los Angeles, 1585-1615: ¿Afro-criollismo o mestizaje??; ?Migrants and Slaves: Afro-indigenous Relations and the Urban Sphere in Puebla and Zacatecas.?


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