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Human Rights: Voices from Mexico

In collaboration with the Pozen Family Center for Human Rights the Katz Center is cosponsoring a series of special events and lectures to explore the current state of human rights in Mexico.

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México: democracia y libertades

Lecture by Carmen Aristegui, Mexican journalist.

On January 27, 2016, Carmen Aristegui, Mexican journalist, delivered a lecture at the University of Chicago. Below are various media coverage of the event.

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Winter 2016 Events

Join the Katz Center this winter.

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Friedrich Katz: los adioses

Durante la XIV Reunión Internacional de Historiadores de México que se celebró en Chicago el pasado septiembre (18-21, 2014) Adolfo Gilly presentó una semblanza de Friedrich Katz.

La Revista de la Universidad de México publicó ese texto en su número 129, el cual se puede leer aquí.

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The Murals of Cacaxtla

Professor Claudia Brittenham shares insights into her work as an art historian and study of Cacaxtla with UChicago news.

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La invención del Ejido

At the 100 year anniversary of the establishment of the ejido in agrarian law, Emilio Kourí considers the evolution of this institutional reform and its effects on Mexico.

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