History Department
History Department

Lecture

From 1976-1983, an estimated 30,000 people disappeared in Argentina. They were victims of the “Dirty War” – a brutal campaign designed by the government to root out possible subversives. Robert J. Cox, editor of the Buenos Aires Herald, did what few others were willing to do – he reported on the kidnappings and killings.

Wed, April 22, 2009 | SHR 1.313

3:00 PM

DIRTY SECRETS, DIRTY WAR: The Exile of Robert J. Cox (Evening Post Publishing Co. with Joggling Board Press, January 2009) is the remarkable story of one man’s courage in the face of adversity.

Sponsored by: Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas, LLILAS Argentine Center

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