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​The theme of the 16th Annual Mayer Center Symposium, held at the Denver Art Museum on October 21-22, was Circulación: Movement of Ideas, Art and People in Spanish America. Professor Mónica Domínguez Torres​ spoke on "Nel piu ricco paese del Mondo: Cubagua Island as the Epicenter of the Early Caribbean Trade," and doctoral candidate Rachel Zimmerman presented "The Hammock as an Honorary Mode of Transportation in Colonial Brazil." Among the other Blue Hens in attendance were doctoral candidate Sabena Kull and alumnus Dennis Carr.​

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Professor Mónica Domínguez Torres and doctoral candidate Rachel Zimmerman both presented papers at the Denver Art Museum's Mayer Center Symposium

​Professor Mónica Domínguez Torres and doctoral candidate Rachel Zimmerman both presented papers at the Denver Art Museum's Mayer Center Symposium​​

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