Imaginary Communities: Indians and Campesinos in Mexican Social Thought
Thursday, October 6th, 2011 — 6275 Bunche Hall (History Conference Room), 3-4:30pm
Lecture by Dr. Emilio Kourí, Professor of History & Director of the Katz Center for Mexican Studies at the University of Chicago
The lecture will be preceded by a light lunch at 12:30 pm in the History Department Reading Room (6265 Bunche Hall) for students and faculty to meet with Dr. Kourí informally.
Sponsored by The UCLA Latin American Institute, the Center for Mexican Studies, the American Indian Studies Center, and the UCLA Department of History