The Union Foundation & Nuestro Ideal, Inc. proudly invite you to
"Las Redes Intelectuales y Movimientos Estudiantiles en Latinoamérica."
A conversation about the collective efforts of Latino student groups and other networks who fought to bring about social change in the Americas during the early 1900s. We hope to reinvigorate and showcase the importance of the youth movement in the shaping of our society.
Professor Horacio Tarcus will speak about: Jose Ingenieros (El Maestro de Los Estudiantes), his thinking and its development stages, from early Modernism to the Union Latinoamericana
Professor Alexandra Pita Gonzalez will speak about: The Latin American network Union Latino Americana (ULA) through its Bulletin Renovacion.
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Alexandra Pita Gonzalez is a professor at Colima University in Colima, Mejico and holds a Ph.D. in History. She works at the Center for Historical Studies; her field of study is Intellectual History of Latin America and International Relations.
Horacio Tarcus holds a Ph.D. in history from the National University of La Plata, is a professor at the University of Buenos Aires and a CONICET researcher. In 1998 he was one of the founders of CeDInCI (Research and Documentation Centre of Culture of the Left in Argentina), an institution now part of the National University of San Martín and which he is principal. In 2003 he obtained a grant from the Guggenheim Foundation to carry out the Biographical Dictionary of Argentina Left, first of its kind in Latin America, which Emecé published in 2007.
Thank you for your attention and support. Please be aware this event will be held in Spanish with translators available for the Question and Answer period. We look forward to seeing you on April 18th.
Alex Yepes | Luis Nicho
Union Foundation | Nuestro Ideal, Inc.