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Mexico, Then & Now: Two Revolutions And Their Effect

    THIS EVENT IS IN THE PAST!

  • WHEN Saturday, February 16, 2013 at 1:30 p.m.
  • WHERE UCSD, Chancellor's Complex, Room 111A
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  • AGES All ages
  • COST Free

Eric Van Young, distinguished UCSD professor of history with a life-long study of Mexico, will speak on the Mexican Independence movement (1810-1821) and the Mexican Revolution (1910-1921) and their continuing effect today.

Both revolutions, occurring exactly one century apart, racked the country with prolonged large-scale violence. These massive upheavals, leaving in their wake unresolved political, social and cultural problems, can teach us much about the path of Mexican history and about at least some of the problems the country faces today.

Location: UCSD, Chancellor's Complex, Room 111A, 9500 Gilman Dr, San Diego, CA Google Maps

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Promotional image of distinguished UCSD professor, Eric Van Young.

Above: Promotional image of distinguished UCSD professor, Eric Van Young.

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