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Antonio Monte Casablanca, M.A.

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Freie Universität Berlin

Lateinamerika-Institut

Researcher

History of Latin America

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Antonio Monte Casablanca is currently a DAAD fellow, doctoral student at the Freie Universität Berlin and researcher at the Department of History of the LAI in the winter semester 2021/ 22. He worked as a researcher and associated professor at the Instituto de Historia de Nicaragua y Centroamérica de la Universidad Centroamericana en Managua (IHNCA-UCA) for eight years.

His research interests laie in tourism, music and folklore, authoritarianism and business elites in Nicaragua, as well as in Central America, among others. He has published articles about these topics and contributions in volumes about history and culture in Central America. His doctoral thesis examines the history of tourism in Nicaragua during the Somoza dictatorship (1936-1979).

WiSe 2022/23

Theorien, Begriffen und Methoden der Geschichtswissenschaft: Zeitgeschichte und Erinnerung in Lateinamerika

Konstituierung Lateinamerikas, with Prof. Dr. Stephanie Schütze

Sose 2022

Entre música, sonido y cultura en América Latina

Reisekulturen, Literatur und World Making in Lateinamerika

WiSe 2021/22

Theorien, Begriffen und Methoden der Geschichtswissenschaft 

Konstituierung Lateinamerikas, with Prof. Dr. Stephanie Schütze

Recent publications:

Articles in peer review journals:

  • Monte Casablanca, Antonio (2022). „‚To let Die‘. A Systemic Aggravation of Nicaraguas’s Authoritarian Tradition (2018-2022)“, hg. von Luciana Chamorro and Kai M. Thaler, Challenging Autocracy and Impunity in Central America, Democracy and Autocracy, 20, Nr. 2 (August 2022): 19–24. https://myumi.ch/NmGA9. 
  • Monte Casablanca, Antonio (2021). “‘Notes and Letters’: Music of the City in Flight / Trans-Migratory Poetry.” Translated by Crystal Neill, Amanda Minks & Lila Ellen Gray. Ethnomusicology Translations, no. 11: 1–29. https://doi.org/10.14434/emt.No.11.32396.
  • Monte Casablanca, Antonio, Amanda Minks & Helga Zambrano (Eds.) (2020). “Entre música, sonido y cultura en Centroamérica”. Sociedad de Etnomusicología 24. Trans-Revista Transcultural de Música. https://www.sibetrans.com/trans/public/docs/1d-final-trans-2020_1.pdf.
  • Monte Casablanca, Antonio & Juan Pablo Gómez. (15 May 2020). “Autoritarismo, violencia y élites en Nicaragua. Reflexiones sobre la crisis (2018-2019).” Anuario de Estudios Centroamericanos 46: 1–29. https://revistas.ucr.ac.cr/index.php/anuario/article/view/41830/42213.

Articles in books and collections:

  • with Laurin Blecha, „Memorias fragmentadas y paz inconclusa en Nicaragua (1980-2020)“, in Entre memoria e historia. Pasado y política en América Latina (siglo XXI), edited by Fabio Wasserman (Buenos Aires: SILEX, IN PRINT).

  • „Visión e historización de la independencia centroamericana en las guías de turismo entre 1920 y 1970“, in La emancipación de América Central en su retrospectiva (1821-2021). Múltiples facetas de las independencias, edited by Laurin Blecha (Berlin: Degruyter, IN PRINT).

  • „Historia global, turismo y Centroamérica: espacios y culturas de viaje“, in América Latina en la historia global, edited by Carlos Riojas and Stefan Rinke, Miradas Latinoamericanas (Buenos Aires / México: CLACSO/Siglo XXI, 2022). https://sigloxxieditores.com.mx/tienda/ols/products/america-latina-en-la-historia-global.

  • Monte Casablanca, Antonio. (2020). “Tradición autoritaria y élites en Nicaragua.” In Anhelos de un nuevo horizonte: Aportes para una Nicaragua democrática, edited by Alberto Cortés Ramos, Umanzor López Baltodano & Ludwing Moncada Bellorin, 507–24. San José: FLACSO-Costa Rica.

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