Category Archives: Mexican Mondays

  1. Julio Ríos-Figueroa, Armed Forces and the Rule of Law in Mexico’s Drug-Trafficking War

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    September 16, 2015 by cfmsc

    You can now watch Julio Ríos-Figeroa’s talk in our Mexican Monday cycle.

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  2. March 24: Seminar with Rihan Yeh, ‘Lawful and Lawless: The Middle Class versus the Pueblo’.

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    March 23, 2015 by cfmsc

    The Americas South Seminar, in collaboration with Columbia University’s Center for Mexican Studies, is pleased to invite to you to a seminar with Rihan Yeh, a Professor at the Colegio de Michoacán and a current O’Gorman Visiting Scholar at Columbia University. She will discuss a book’s chapter entitled ‘Lawful and Lawless: The Middle Class versus the Pueblo’.

  3. March 2nd , Lorena Zárate: The Right to the City, More than a Slogan. From the International Movement to the Mexico City Charter

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    February 24, 2015 by cfmsc

    We invite you to our next Mexican Monday on March 2nd, 2015 with Lorena Zárate, who will discuss the construction of the World Charter and the Mexico City Charter on the Right to the City, its main actors and key debates.

  4. Marco Calderón, Feb 23: Rural Education and Indigenous Incorporation in Mexico: 1910-1933

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    February 16, 2015 by cfmsc

    We invite you to our next Mexican Monday with Anthropologist Marco Calderón, who will speak about rural education and the indigenous incorporation in Mexico.

  5. Serge Gruzinski and Andreas Janousch, February 16th: Dialogue on China and Mexico in the Early Modern Period

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    February 5, 2015 by cfmsc

    We would like to invite you to our first Mexican Monday of the Spring 2015 semester, a lively discussion between …
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  6. Mexican Mondays of Spring 2015

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    February 3, 2015 by cfmsc

    Mexican Mondays is a lecture series sponsored by Columbia Unversity’s Center for Mexican Studies that brings leading scholars, journalists, artists, and public figures to Columbia for seminar-style discussion.

  7. Soledad Loaeza: External sources of internal dissent: The impact of the 1954 coup in Guatemala on Mexico’s political balances

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    November 26, 2014 by cfmsc

    We invite you to our next Mexican Monday with Professor Soledad Loaeza, who is currently in Columbia University as an Edmundo …
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