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Mexico Working Group

Mark Your Calendars—Upcoming Events

This page is maintained by the Working Group and may not reflect recent changes. For the most up-to-date calendar/event information, please see http://kellogg.nd.edu/events/calendar

Fall 2016 Events

Spring 2017 Events

  • Tuesday, January 31, 2017 (4:30pm. Place: TBA) Workshop: Ty West (Assistant Professor, St. Mary’s College)  “Translation and Travel in Nineteenth Century Mexico.”

  •  Wednesday, February 22, 2017 (noon) Workshop: Óscar F. Gil-García (Assistant Professor, Binghamton University), “Indigenous and Refugees: Pageantry, International Migration, and the Reconstruction of Mayan Cosmology in Chiapas, Mexico.”

  • Tuesday, April 18, 2017 (Time and Place: TBA), Lecture: Jean Meyer (Professor Emeritus, El Colegio de México), “The Cristiada: Religion, War and Violence in Mexico, 1926-1938.” This event is co-organized with the Latin American History Working Group (LAHWG).

Past Events

If you would like additional information about the working group, or if you would like to participate in one of our events, please contact Jaime Pensado jpensado@nd.edu, Vania Smith-Oka vsmithoka@nd.edu, or Carla Villanueva cvillanu@nd.edu.

 

 

 

 

 


 

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