“Fifty Years of ’68” at the University of Wyoming

I am working with other members of the Latin American Studies Working Group (Drs. Zoe Pearson, Camilo Jaramillo, and Carolyne Larson) to launch our interdisciplinary Latin American Studies programming  at the University of Wyoming. From February 27 to March 1, we will be hosting Dr. Eugenia Allier Montaño (UNAM) and Ana Ignacia “Nacha” Rodríguez Márquez (Comité 68), interviewed here in the documentary film Casa Libertad, as they visit from Mexico City to recognize the fiftieth anniversary of the events of 1968. The week of programming will include talks by our guests, screenings of documentaries (including the new award winning documentary by João Moreira Salles,) work in the classroom with our students, and opportunities to network for the Latin American Studies community at University of Wyoming. A flier with our schedule is found below.

About nicholasjoncrane

Associate Professor of Geography and International Studies at the University of Wyoming
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