Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies
Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies

Politics and U.S.-Mexico Relations: From the Revolution to Today

February 24-27, 2009

AGENDA

Monday, February 23, 2009

Participants arrive in Austin.

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

9:30-10:30
Session I
La región fronteriza México-Estados Unidos
John McKiernan-González
Assistant Professor
Department of History
College of Liberal Arts
10:30-10:45
Break
10:45-11:45
Session II
Intervenciones y intercesiones: Relaciones entre Estados Unidos y México durante la Revolución
Anne M. Martínez
Assistant Professor
Department of History
College of Liberal Arts
12:00-2:00
Lunch
2:00-3:30
Session III
Como y por qué se nacionalizó la industria petrolera
Jonathan Brown
Professor
Department of History
College of Liberal Arts
3:45-4:00
Break
4:00-5:30
Session IV
Religión y nacionalismo en el México revolucionario
Matthew Butler
Associate Professor
Department of History
College of Liberal Arts
7:00
Dinner

Wednesday, February 25, 2010

9:30-10:30
Session V
Violence on the Border during the 2000s
Ricardo Ainslie
Professor
Department of Educational Psychology
College of Education
10:30-10:45
Break
10:45-11:45
Session VI
The 2008 Presidential Election and U.S. Foreign Policy
Peter Trubowitz
Associate Professor
Department of Government
College of Liberal Arts
12:00-2:00
Lunch
2:00-3:30
Session VII
Advancement and Inequality: Mexican Workers in the United States
Emilio Zamora
Professor
Department of History
College of Liberal Arts
3:45-4:00
Break
4:00-5:30
Session VIII
Mexican Politics and Urban Public Policy
Peter Ward
Professor
LBJ School of Public Affairs
7:00
Dinner

Thursday, February 26, 2009

9:30-10:30
Session IX
Political Parties and Elections in Mexico
Kenneth Greene
Assistant Professor
Department of Government
College of Liberal Arts
10:30-10:45
Break
10:45-11:45
Session X
Latinos, Politics, and Public Policy in the United States
David Leal
Associate Professor
Department of Government
College of Liberal Arts
12:00-2:00
Lunch
2:00-3:30
Session XI
National Security and U.S. Foreign Policy
James Lindsey
Professor
LBJ School of Public Affairs
3:45-4:00
Break
4:00-5:30
Session XII
Return Migration to Mexico
Bryan Roberts
Professor
Department of Sociology
College of Liberal Arts
7:00
Dinner

Friday, March 27, 2009

9:30-10:30
Session XIII
Tres ciclos de migración Mexicana y deportaciones
Néstor Rodríguez
Professor
Department of Sociology
College of Liberal Arts
10:30-10:45
Break
10:45-11:45
Session XIV
Politics Online: The 2008 Obama Internet Campaign
Gary Chapman
Senior Lecturer
LBJ School of Public Affairs
12:00-2:00
Lunch
2:00-3:30
Session XV
U.S. Political Parties
Sean Theriault
Associate Professor
Department of Government
College of Liberal Arts
3:30-3:45
Break
4:00-5:30
Session XVI
Lobbying and U.S. Politics
Manuel Méndez
Attorney
Bickerstaff Heath Delgado Acosta

Participants depart Austin.


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