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History Department

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Cost:
Free
Contact:
Kyla Campbell | phialphatheta@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
History Department, Phi Alpha Theta
On Friday, January 29, come join PAT for talk about history and your history classes, play history Trivia Pursuit, and to discuss possible virtual events for PAT this semester, including our virtual history conference, and to talk about picking 2021 PAT officers for our first officers’ meeting Monday, Feb. 1 at 1 PM. All are welcome—undergraduate students and graduates, and our PAT alums. You don’t have to be a PAT member to attend.

When | Friday, January 29, 2021 | 5:00 - 6:30 pm
Where | Online Via Zoom

For more information, please email Kyla Campbell at phialphatheta@txstate.edu.

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Center for the Study of the Soutwest

Cost:
Free
Contact:
Tammy Gonzales | tammyg@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Center for the Study of the Southwest
The Zócalo – the central plaza in Mexico City – is the place to stage for central stories about Mexico’s past and future. From ethnic diversity and racial hierarchy during Spanish rule and ethnic politics and state authority, Dr. Ana Martínez’ book Performance in the Zocalo tracks five different moments – from the early conquest through the Porfiriato and past the Zapatista uprising – to examine the way different actors played and challenged the roles available to them in the Plaza Mayor. 

Dr. Ana Martínez’ book Performance in the Zócalo tracks five different moments – from the early conquest through the Porfiriato and past the Zapatista uprising – to examine the way different actors played and challenged the roles available to them in the Plaza Mayor.

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