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March 2nd , Lorena Zárate: The Right to the City, More than a Slogan. From the International Movement to the Mexico City CharterLeave a comment
February 24, 2015 by cfmsc
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February 12, 2014 by cfmsc
Join us on February 17 for our next Mexican Monday in a lecture that will discuss the most recent book of Mauricio Tenorio Trillo, I Speak of the City: Mexico City at the Turn of the Twentieth Century. In this dazzling multidisciplinary tour of Mexico City, the author focuses on the period 1880 to 1940, the decisive decades that shaped the city into what it is today. Through a kaleidoscope of expository forms, I Speak of the City connects the realms of literature, architecture, music, popular language, art, and public health to investigate the city in a variety of contexts: as a living history textbook, as an expression of the state, as a modernist capital, as a laboratory, and as language.