Gestures of Love: Catholic Youth Movements in Cold War Mexico, 1940s – 1970s

Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow Jaime Pensado

A Kellogg Work-in-Progress Seminar with Faculty Fellow Jaime Pensado.

Pensado examines the different Catholic movements and spaces that emerged in various parts of Mexico in response to the most significant social, cultural, ideological, theological, and political changes that took place during the post-1940 Cold War period. He pays particular attention youth radicalism during the “Global Sixties.”

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Jaime M. Pensado

Jaime M. Pensado is Associate Professor of History at the University of Notre Dame. Pensado’s main interests include modern Mexican history with a particular emphasis in student politics, youth culture, and the Cold War...
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