Rebels, Revolutionaries and Exiles in New York, Mexico and Havana: Tracing the Transnational Networks and Diasporas of Activists in the Greater Circum-Caribbean 1918-1940


Nov
28
2012

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  • Host Department: American Culture
  • Date: 11/28/2012
  • Time: 04:00PM

  • Location: Room 2609, School of Social Work Building

  • Description:

    LACS presents a talk by Professor Barry Carr from Latrobe University, Australia (currently a visiting professor at Fordham): “Rebels, Revolutionaries and Exiles in New York, Mexico and Havana: Tracing the Transnational Networks and Diasporas of Activists in the Greater Circum-Caribbean 1918-1940.” Professor Carr will present a paper on a new project about Latin American and Caribbean radicals living in the US between the world wars.  Professor Carr has written extensively on the history of Communism and the left in Cuba and Mexico. Sponsored by LACS and the Latina/o Studies Program. 4pm, Room 2609, School of Social Work Building.