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Irene Silverblatt is a professor of cultural anthropology at Duke University. She earned her PhD at the University of Michigan. She studies the intersection of the categories of race and religion, and how colonial categories based on them affect the contemporary world. She is a leading scholar in Peruvian late modern history and the effects of religion and race in the Hispanic colonial world. Silverblatt was awarded a Rockefeller Foundation resident fellowship in a Guggenheim fellowship in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Irene Silverblatt researches the cultural dimensions of power. These concerns about the cultural expressions of power, combined with an interest in the politics of memory and its relation to art, orient her next project. Research in central and eastern Europe explores the ways in which historical memory, particularly of the holocaust, is playing a role in the transformation of national ideologies as well as in the conceptualization of transnational, human rights.

This volume is a collection of the poetry of our cousin, Selma Meerbaum-Eisinger, who died in an SS labor camp in John Hope Franklin Center Book. Duke University Press. Frieda L. Miller Fellow. American Society for Ethnohistory. Radcliffe Institute Fellowship. Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Kreeger-Wolf Distinguished Visiting Professor.

Northwestern University. Rockefeller Foundation Resident Fellowship. September John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. Robert F. Heizer Prize. Smithsonian Postdoctoral Fellowship. Museum of Natural History. August Fellowship for Advanced International Research. Social Science Research Council. Meerbaum-Eisinger, S. Edited by I. Silverblatt and H. Silverblatt, Translated by J.

Glenn et al. Silverblatt, I. Duke University Press, Japanes translation of Moon, Sun, and Witches. Iwanami Shoten Publisher, Spanish translation of Moon, Sun, and Witches. Centro-Las Casas, Princeton University Press, Crossref , doi Silverblatt, Irene, et al.

Chancay, siglo XVII. JOHN V. Urton and A. Hagen, Rowman and Littlefield, Krupa and D. Nugent, University of Pennsylvania Press, Hara and A. Fisher, Duke University Press, Greer and W. Mignolo, University of Chicago Press, Stoler and C. McGranahan, School of American Research, , pp. Morrill et al.

Glauz-Todrank, vol. Scopus , doi Silverblatt, Irene. Glauz-Todrank, A. New Christians, Colonialism, and the Modern World. November 1, April 1, Jackman Humanities Institute, University of Toronto.

November 25, El patriarcado dentro del colonialism:. El caso del Virreinato del Peru. December 8, Selma Meerbaum-Eisinger. December 1, Roundtable, Dangerous Citizens. June 1, Bass Connections Faculty Team Member. August - May Skip to main content Irene Silverblatt.

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Irene Silverblatt researches the cultural dimensions of power. These concerns about the cultural expressions of power, combined with an interest in the politics of memory and its relation to art, orient her next project. Research in central and eastern Europe explores the ways in which historical memory, particularly of the holocaust, is playing a role in the transformation of national ideologies as well as in the conceptualization of transnational, human rights. This volume is a collection of the poetry of our cousin, Selma Meerbaum-Eisinger, who died in an SS labor camp in John Hope Franklin Center Book. Duke University Press.

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Irene Silverblatt

More about this series. Author: Irene Silverblatt. Modern Inquisitions forces the reader to confront the idea that the Inquisition was not only a product of the modern world of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, but party to the creation of the civilized world we know today. Such understanding is so important and so uncomfortable because we know that these things are not confined to the distant past. The book should be read by any scholar concerned with these vital processes for its exceptional clarity, sweep, and cogency. Jacobsen, Journal of World History. Saunders , Times Higher Education.

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