Learn about the relationship between violence and revolutionary change in twentieth-century Mexico with this history/southwest studies course. The story of Mexico is often told as a failure narrative. This course will challenge this basic assumption by situating the experiences of ordinary people, front and center.
This course explores the relationships between violence and revolutionary change in Mexico; how the post-revolutionary state and its adversaries mobilized memories of the revolution to meet their particular political and social ends; the Mexican dirty war of the 1970's ; and the drug war that has devastated Mexico over the past decade.
Also listed as: SW200