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CLAS Summer Institute for Teachers
"Remembering the Mexican-American War"
Tuesday, June 28, 2011

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Alex Saragoza, professor of Ethnic Studies, UC Berkeley
"The Anguish of Defeat: Mexican Perspectives on the War"
Barbara Loomis, Professor of History, San Francisco State University
"One of the Most Unjust Wars Ever Waged:" The Mexican–American War and American Dissent

Brian DeLay, Associate Professor of History, UC Berkeley
"Indians and the U.S.–Mexico War"


Alex Saragoza speaking at CLAS Summer Workshop 2011
Alex Saragoza, professor of Ethnic Studies at Berkeley, speaks on Mexican perspectives on the war.
Teachers examine documents at the Bancroft Library
Participants examine original source material at the Bancroft Library on the Berkeley campus.
Brian DeLay

Brian DeLay of UC Berkeley's Department of History spoke on the role of Indians
in the Mexican-American war.

Barbara Loomis
Barbara Loomis, Chair of the History Department at San Francisco State, spoke on American dissenters and their protests against the Mexican-American War.
Alex Saragoza
Alex Saragoza.
Theresa Salazar of the Bancroft Library
Theresa Salazar of the Bancroft Library guides teachers through original documents on the war.
Brian DeLay
Brian DeLay outlines the extent of Indian raiding in the era leading up to the war.
Alex Saragoza with participants
Professor Saragoza speaks with participants during a break in the institute.


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