"Images and Representations of Mexico's Zocalo, Fifteenth to Twentieth Century"

Thursday, February 23, 2017
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM (ET)
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Lecture
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Susan Penn
Department
Distinguished Vistiors-LAILS-Spanish
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https://ems-web.quaker.haverford.edu/MasterCalendar/EventDetails.aspx?EventDetailId=35714

Distinguished Visitor Ines Yujnovsky, Profesora de Historia Latinoamericana, Universidad de San Martin

 Mexico’s zócalo is the political, economic and cultural center of the city from the pre-Hispanic period. Based on current videos and photos this presentation will cover different images in a long term period of the focal point of Mexican life. These images are part of the disputed representations of a past time, which continue to have effects on the present. Ines Yujnovsky will analyze the iconography of Mexico zócalo over a period of several centuries, to understand the interaction of social and political actors in the heart of a Latin American megalopolis. 

 

Tea at 4:15 p.m.

Sponsored by the Department of Spanish in conjunction with the Distinguished Visitors Program 

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