CLAS Summer Institute for Teachers

Mexico in the 20th Century:
Themes of the History Curriculum 2002

Wednesday and Thursday

July 24-25, 2002

The Center for Latin American Studies, UC Berkeley

What social, political and economic factors shaped Mexico in the 20th century?

The 2002 CLAS summer institute for teachers will provide an overview of the economic, political, and social developments that transformed Mexico in the 20th century. To analyze political relations and the social-historical contexts of revolutionary and post revolutionary societies, participants and presenters will examine primary sources, including letters, wanted posters, newspaper articles, and Posada drawings.

The institute is free and open to all interested educators. Enrollment is limited to 30. The Institute meets from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm on Wednesday and Thursday, July 24-25, 2002.

Agenda is now available on-line.

Applications are available on-line.

Sponsored by the Center for Latin American Studies, UC Berkeley.

Funding is provided by Title VI grants from the United States Department of Education and the Interactive University of the University of California, Berkeley.

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