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A New Challenge: Social History and Dogs in the Era of Post-Humanism
Sonya Lipsett-Rivera is Full Professor in the department of History at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. She received her doctorate in Latin American History from Tulane University. She is the author of To Defend Our Water with the Blood of Our Veins: The Struggle for Resources in Colonial Puebla (1999) and Gender and the Negotiation of Daily Life in Mexico, 1750- 1856 (2012). She co-edited two collections: The Faces of Honor: Sex, Shame, and Violence in Colonial Latin America (1998) and Emotions and Daily Life in Colonial Mexico (2014). She is the winner of the Tibesar Award and more recently the 2015 recipient of the Marston Lafrance Research Fellowship. Her research has received support from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. She is the author of twelve articles and sixteen anthology chapters. At present she is writing a monograph on masculinity in New Spain.