The History of Mexico at the U of A: A Long Collaborative Tradition with UNAM September 28, 2015, 9:45 am At Special Collections Reading Room

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Mon, 09/28/2015 - 09:00
The History of Mexico at the U of A: A Long Collaborative Tradition with UNAM
 
The National Autonomous University of Mexico and The University of Arizona Are pleased to invite you to this Academic Panel as part of the Inaugural Events of the Centro de Estudios Mexicanos en Tucson.(CEM-T).
 
September 28, 2015, 9:45 am
At Special Collections Reading Room
 
 
Opening Remarks
 
Luis Coronado Guel, PhD Candidate Latin American History, Department of History, “Humanities Research in UNAM: an outlook”
 
Dr. Rubén Ruiz Guerra. UNAM "The U.S – Mexico Borderlands: From Alienation to Integration"
 
Dr. Oscar Martinez, Regents Professor, Department of History, UofA "The Long History of UA-Mexico Scholarly Collaborations"
 
Dr. Kevin Gosner. History Department Head, UofA. "Research and outreach related to Mexican history and culture at the Arizona State Museum"
 
Dr. Michael Brescia. History Department and Arizona State Museum, UofA "Mexicana and Mexican American Collections at the UofA Libraries, Special Collections"
 
Veronica Reyes-Escudero. Borderlands Curator, Associate Librarian at Special Collections, UofA
 
 
NOTE: For the full calendar of events visit: www.global.arizona.edu/unam-ua
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