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Conference Paper
A. Bronfman, Talking Machines: Technology, Violence and the Politics of Truth in US-Occupied Haiti, in Hispanic Studies Seminar, University of British Columbia, 2010.
A. Bronfman, The Sound of Modernity: On the Origins of Radio in Haiti”, in Society For Caribbean Studies Conference, London, 2006.
A. Bronfman, Radio Frontiers: Listening, Space and Modernity in the Caribbean, in Canadian Association of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Calgary, 2006.
A. Bronfman, Listen, Write, Talk: Explorations of Radio Programming in 1950s Cuba, in Latin American Studies Association, Puerto Rico, 2006.
A. Bronfman, A Contingent Liason? Slavery, Social Science and Medicine in the Nineteenth-Century Caribbean, in Obeah and Other Powers: The Politics of Caribbean Religion and Healing, University of Newcastle, UK, 2008.
A. Bronfman, A Contingent Liaison? Slavery, Social Science and Medicine in the Nineteenth-Century Caribbean, in University of Womens' Studies Colloquium Series, University of British Columbia, 2006.
A. Bronfman, A Contingent Liaison? Slavery, Social Science and Medicine, in Slavery and Freedom in the Atlantic World: Statutes, Science and the Seas, University of Michigan and University of Windsor, 2006.
A. Bronfman, ‟Batista is Dead‟: Radio as Revolution in 1950s Cuba, in Symposium on the Caribbean in the 1950s, UCLA, 2010.
Book
A. Bronfman, On the move: the Caribbean since 1989. Halifax, N.S: Fernwood Publishing, 2007.
A. Bronfman and Wood, A. G., Media, sound, & culture in Latin America and the Caribbean. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2012.
A. Bronfman, Measures of equality: social science, citizenship, and race in Cuba, 1902-1940. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2004.