Tatiana Seijas (NHC Fellow, 2016–17)
First Routes: Indigenous Trade and Travel between the American Southwest and Mexico
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Fellowship Work Summary, 2016–17
Tatiana Seijas drafted a chapter for her book First Routes: Indigenous Trade and Travel between the American Southwest and Mexico. She also coedited, with Jake Frederick, and completed the proofs for Spanish Dollars and Sister Republics: The Money That Made Mexico and the United States (with Jake Frederick), published by Rowman & Littlefield (2017). She revised and worked on a volume she coedited with Stuart B. Schwartz, Victors and Vanquished: Spanish and Nahua Views of the Fall of the Mexican Empire (Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2018). She also completed final edits for “Asian Migrations to Latin America in the Pacific World, 16th–19th Centuries” for History Compass (vol. 14, no. 12, 2016) and a first draft of “Slaving and the Global Reach of the Moro Wars” for Philippine Crossings, edited by J. J. L. Gommans and A. C. Lopez (Leiden University Press, forthcoming). In addition, she cowrote "The Slave Trade to Latin America: A Historiographical Assessment" with Roquinaldo Ferreira for the Handbook of Afro-Latin American Studies, edited by Alejandro de la Fuente and George Reid Andrews (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming).