6/18/11 - 9/15/2011
International Center Exhibit Space - 3rd Floor
100 Larkin St.
From exhibitions held at Stanford’s Green and UC Berkeley's Bancroft libraries last year, “Celebrating Mexico” depicts Mexico’s 1810 independence from Spain, the 1910 Mexican Revolution, and the impact of these events on Mexican popular culture.
Alejandro Murguia, professor of Latino studies at San Francisco State University, will discuss the Mexican Revolution of 1910 from the perspective of postcards depicting the conflict, and mailed all over the world.
Thursday, September 8. Latino/Hispanic Meeting Room B.
Discussion of the role of women in the struggle for Mexican independence. Talk in Spanish with Sarah Poot-Herrera, lecturer at UC Santa Barbara.
Saturday, July 16. Latino/Hispanic Meeting Room B.