A lecture by Mexican historian Alejo Maldonado Gallardo

A lecture by Mexican historian Alejo Maldonado Gallardo

Alejo Maldonado Gallardo, Mexican historian and professor and researcher at Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo, will present his lecture: “Lázaro Cárdenas and the Mexican Revolution: the origins of his political and social thought”, on Tuesday, September 15, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. (Colombia time).

The talk will be broadcast live on the Uninorte Académico Youtube channel of the Universidad del Norte (Colombia).

Professor Maldonado completed his PhD in History at Universidad de La Habana and has a long and recognised trajectory in Latin America and Spain in social, political and cultural history, the theory of history, and historiography. Professor Maldonado has been especially interested in the Mexican Revolution, Cardenism and education, as well as historical and cultural issues concerning the Balsas Michoacán/Guerrero region.

The conference is part of the international online seminar on violence and conflicts in Latin America, organised by CAPAZ, the Institute of Latin American and Caribbean Studies of Universidad del Norte (Colombia), JustusLiebig University Giessen (Germany) and CALAS. The online conferences, due to run until the November 2020, are open to the public, and led by experts of universities in Latin America and Europe.

For more information about the seminar (in Spanish) / Factsheet for the next session (.pdf, in Spanish)

(NW Text: Claudia Maya. English version: Tiziana Laudato)