UT Dallas Joins in Mexico’s 200-Year Celebration
Center Organizes Varied Schedule of Events to Mark Bicentennial Year
UT Dallas will take part in Mexico’s bicentennial celebration this year in classrooms, arts events and lectures to be held at universities on both sides of the border.
Bicentennial Year Observance
Fuentes, Chiapas, and the Ends of Identity, Charles Hatfield, University of Guanajuato, Mexico, March 17
The Bicentennial of the Mexican Independence: History, Economics, Religious, and Politics, Maria Elena Labastida, Monica Rankin, Octavio Javier Esqueda, Rodolfo Hernandez-Guerrero.The University of Texas at Dallas, April 1
Too Close for Conflict. Mexico, the Politics of Accommodation to the Superpower , Soledad Loaeza. The University of Texas at Dallas, Sept. 22
Regional Development Strategy: A Key to Poverty Alleviation. Brian J. L. BerryAutonomous University of Hidalgo, Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mexico, Oct. 12. Autonomous University of Yucatan, Merida, Yucatan, Mexico, Oct. 14.
Song of the Monarch: Women in Mexico, Ana Cervantes. Co-sponsored by the UT Dallas Center for Translation Studies. Oct. 28
Comics in Mexican Colors, Ruben Nieto. Central Trak. 800 Exposition Ave. Dallas, Sept. 1
History of Modern Mexico, Spring 2010. Professor Monica Rankin.
Development Economics: Mexico, Spring 2010, Professor Maria Elena Labastida.
Contemporary Politics and Culture of Mexico, Fall 2010, Professor Rodolfo Hernandez-Guerrero.
Colonial Latin America: Mexico, Fall 2010, Professor Monica Rankin.
Topics in Economic Development: Mexico and Latin America, Fall 2010, Professor Maria Elena Labastida.
UT Dallas – Mexico Summer Spanish Program – June 7 – July 2, University of Guanajuato, Mexico. Program Coordinator: Dr. Maria Demello.UT Dallas – Mexico Summer Research Program – internship - June 7 – July 30, The University of Texas at Dallas. Academic Director: Dr. Austin Cunningham.
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