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Mexican Studies Group

The Mexican Studies Group brings together scholars working on Mexico from across New York City and surrounding areas.  The initiative looks to bolster dialogue between researchers, community members, and students through the organization of academic talks, thematic study groups, and other relevant events. The program provides one of the few spaces in the New York area for Mexicanists to gather and discuss their research and related activities.


EVENTS     PARTICIPANTS    


Organizing Committee

Faculty Committee:

Mauricio A. Font

Director, Bildner Center for Western Hemisphere Studies

Professor of Sociology, The Graduate Center and Queens College/City University of New York

Araceli Tinajero

Associate Professor of Foreign Languages and Literature

The Graduate Center and City College/City University of New York

Eric Zolov

Associate Professor of History

Franklin and Marshall College

Coordinator:

J. Brian Freeman

Ph.D. Candidate, Department of History

The Graduate Center/City University of New York

Email: jfreeman1@gc.cuny.edu or mexicostudy@gc.cuny.edu

 

For more information on the Mexican Studies Group, send an email to mexicostudy@gc.cuny.edu

 

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