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Historias 65 – Khristin Landry Montes and Paula Karger on the Maya

Dr.Khristin Landry Montes, assistant professor of Art History at Cornell College, and Paula Karger, doctoral candidate in comparative literature at the University of Toronto, join Steven Hyland for the first of two deep dives on the Maya. The discussion centers on Mayan cultural forms, including cosmology and origin stories, and Read more…

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Historias 65 – Khristin Landry Montes and Paula Karger on the Maya

Historias 64 – Mark Healey and Ernesto Semán on Argentina’s presidential election

Drs.Mark HealeyandErnesto Semánjoined Steven to discuss this past Sunday’s presidential and gubernatorial elections in Argentina. The discussion features a deep dive on the evolution of political culture over the past four decades and the emergence of a consolidated, radicalized center-right political movement. Check out Ernesto’s op-ed in the Financial Times Read more…

-1 s1 w ago
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Historias 64 – Mark Healey and Ernesto Semán on Argentina’s presidential election

Historias 63 – Thomas Field on the Bolivian presidential election

Dr. Thomas Field Jr., an associate professor of Global Security and Intelligence at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, joined Renata to discuss this past Sunday’s presidential election. From Development to Dictatorship: Bolivia and the Alliance for Progress in the Kennedy Era(Cornell University Press, 2014)

-1 s2 w ago
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Historias 63 – Thomas Field on the Bolivian presidential election

Historias 62 – Javier Pabón on Ecuadorian literature

Dr. Javier Pabón of Methodist University joined Steven to talk about his scholarship and about filmmaking. They also chatted about membership in national communities for diverse groups of people. As an added bonus, Dr. Pabón read us some poetry.

-1 s3 w ago
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Historias 62 – Javier Pabón on Ecuadorian literature

Historias 61 – Casey Lurtz on building a coffee export economy in Chiapas

Dr. Casey Lurtz of Johns Hopkins University joined Jackie and Carlos to talk about her bookFrom the Grounds Up: Building an Export Economy in Southern Mexico.

-1 sOCT 10
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Historias 61 – Casey Lurtz on building a coffee export economy in Chiapas
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Latest Episodes

Historias 65 – Khristin Landry Montes and Paula Karger on the Maya

Dr.Khristin Landry Montes, assistant professor of Art History at Cornell College, and Paula Karger, doctoral candidate in comparative literature at the University of Toronto, join Steven Hyland for the first of two deep dives on the Maya. The discussion centers on Mayan cultural forms, including cosmology and origin stories, and Read more…

-1 s4 d ago
Comments
Historias 65 – Khristin Landry Montes and Paula Karger on the Maya

Historias 64 – Mark Healey and Ernesto Semán on Argentina’s presidential election

Drs.Mark HealeyandErnesto Semánjoined Steven to discuss this past Sunday’s presidential and gubernatorial elections in Argentina. The discussion features a deep dive on the evolution of political culture over the past four decades and the emergence of a consolidated, radicalized center-right political movement. Check out Ernesto’s op-ed in the Financial Times Read more…

-1 s1 w ago
Comments
Historias 64 – Mark Healey and Ernesto Semán on Argentina’s presidential election

Historias 63 – Thomas Field on the Bolivian presidential election

Dr. Thomas Field Jr., an associate professor of Global Security and Intelligence at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, joined Renata to discuss this past Sunday’s presidential election. From Development to Dictatorship: Bolivia and the Alliance for Progress in the Kennedy Era(Cornell University Press, 2014)

-1 s2 w ago
Comments
Historias 63 – Thomas Field on the Bolivian presidential election

Historias 62 – Javier Pabón on Ecuadorian literature

Dr. Javier Pabón of Methodist University joined Steven to talk about his scholarship and about filmmaking. They also chatted about membership in national communities for diverse groups of people. As an added bonus, Dr. Pabón read us some poetry.

-1 s3 w ago
Comments
Historias 62 – Javier Pabón on Ecuadorian literature

Historias 61 – Casey Lurtz on building a coffee export economy in Chiapas

Dr. Casey Lurtz of Johns Hopkins University joined Jackie and Carlos to talk about her bookFrom the Grounds Up: Building an Export Economy in Southern Mexico.

-1 sOCT 10
Comments
Historias 61 – Casey Lurtz on building a coffee export economy in Chiapas
the END
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