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The Borderlands and the Mexican Revolution (lecture)


Detail, Woodcut, De Francisco Moreno Capdevila, from El Coyote—Corrido De La Revolucion, Celedonio Serrano Martinez, Mexico, 1951
Detail, Woodcut, De Francisco Moreno Capdevila, from El Coyote—Corrido De La Revolucion, Celedonio Serrano Martinez, Mexico, 1951

Date: November 10, 2010

Times: 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Location:   Special Collections

Contact: Bob Diaz

Description:

The Borderlands and the Mexican Revolution is part of a fall lecture series held in conjunction with the exhibit Stories & Music of the Revolution: A Commemorative Exhibit on the Centennial of Mexico’s Revolution in Special Collections.

Lecture IV: The Borderlands and the Mexican Revolution
-Oscar J. Martinez, Regents Professor, UA Department of History

Oscar J. Martinez , historian and author of several books on the U.S.-Mexico border including “Troublesome Border” and “Fragments of the Mexican Revolution: Personal Accounts From the Border,” will assess the role of the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands in the Mexican Revolution, with an emphasis on controversies, disturbances, and battles that affected the destiny of Mexico and the United States.

Free and open to the public. Parking information at: www.library.arizona.edu/about/locations/parking.html.