Roundtable: "Many Mexicos, 1810-2010: The Economic Consequences of Mexican Independence and the Mexican Revolution"
Fri, January 29, 2010 • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM • Eastwoods Room, UNB 2.102
Enrique Cardenas, Centro de Estudios Espinosa Yglesias
John Tutino, Georgetown University
Moderator: Jonathan Brown, Department of History
Many Mexicos, 1810-2010 is a year-long series of events to mark the bicentennial of Mexican Independence (1810) and the centennial of the Mexican Revolution (1910). An international group of scholars will address key topics related to economic development, independence and nation-state formation, religion, indigenous peoples, and the politics of commemoration from multiple perspectives.
For more information, contact the Mexican Center at 512.232.2423.