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Library Course Guide for: MEXICAN REVOLUTION

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HI0197 S59 (History)
LM0151 (Latin American Studies)
"We will cover Mexican history from the Liberal reforms of Benito Juarez in mid-19th to the long dictatorship of Porfirio Diaz which set up the Mexican Revolution of 1917, and conclude with an examination of the impact of the revolution on 20th century Mexico, including the large-scale movement of people and capital across the U.S.-Mexican border."

Faculty:
Evelyn Hu-Dehart (email)-- About Prof. Hu-Dehart


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Image: Detail of photograph by J. Hefter. The annotation reads: "Federal Rurales as a train guard, 1914. Hat and uniform grey". In Todd album for Mexico 1910-1940. Anne S. K. Brown Military Collection. John Hay Library.