HIST-655 Production, Power, and Culture in Mexico
Fall for 2015-2016
Readings in core themes of Mexican history from the era of national independence through the transformations of the 20th-century revolution. Focus is on changing economic structures, state organizations, and social relations, along with related cultural constructions, conflicts, and transformations.
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Fall '15: Tutino, J (file download)
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