03/11/14 A&S 100 - Special Course: Viva Mexico! A Century of War & Peace A short course offered this Spring 2014 Semester. Although it has a population... @ Whitehall Room 102
Dr. Francie Chassen-Lopez
03/17/14 SPRING BREAK @
03/26/14 Archives & Libraries of Mexico @ Young Gallery
Dr. Linda Arnold
03/31/14 Film Screening and Presentation: Cesar Chavez Day Chavez was a Mexican-American civil right activist. El Mexicano-Americano César... @ Student Center Theater
04/01/14 Documentary "La Historia en la Mirada", Mexican Revolution (A&S 100 Course) Come see this documentary written by... @ Whitehall Room 102
Screenwriter Dr. Carlos Martinez Assad
04/12/14 Dramatic Presentation -"Las Voces de los Apalaches" "Las Voces de los Apalaches" will be an evening to help celebrate the "Year of... @ Worsham Theater
The Appalachian Center
04/22/14 Drug War talk by anthropologist Howard Campbell (A&S 100 Course) Thousands of people die in drug-related violence every year in Mexico. Ciudad... @ Whitehall Room 102
04/29/14 Dr. Lorenzo Meyer Politics in Mexico Today (A&S 100 Course) Coumnist and historian Lorenzo Meyer discusses politics in Mexico today. El... @ Whitehall Room 102
Columnist/Historian Lorenzo Meyer
05/02/14 Last Day of Classes @
05/05/14 Cinco de Mayo Celebration @ Bell House
02|27|14 - UK Libraries Presents Mexican Folk Art Exhibit of Alebrijes -
Mexican Folklore Exhibition in Willy T.
02|21|14 - UK Axolotl Symposium: Get to Know This Strange Salamander -
Day long symposium about Axolotls.
02|05|14 - Visiting Professor to Offer Short Course on Resistance and Hegemony in Mexican Politics -
Spring 2014 Short Course (Feb.
01|29|14 - Aztec Poster From UK Makes Cover of National Library Publication -
Aztec Poster From UK Makes Cover of National Library Publication
12|10|13 - Mexican Christmas Tradition: Posadas -
A Christmas tradition based on its Biblical Origins.
08/21/13 - Field Work - Carmen Martínez Novo can point to a specific event in her childhood that inspired her future work as an anthropologist: as a young child in Madrid, Spain, she witnessed deep-seeded unease and cultural prejudice among her otherwise socially progressive, Left-leaning neighbors when a gypsy family moved in. - more...
ABOUT VIVA MÉXICO AND PASSPORT TO THE WORLD
Passport to the World Program enables the college to embark on year-long explorations of the culture and history of a particular region or country. The program engages our community in crucial global conversations through public lectures, cultural events, coursework
and travel opportunities. After past programs with South Africa, China and Russia A&S is shifting its focus to Mexico for the 2013-2014 academic year with Viva Mexico!