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Eric Zolov Faculty Book Discussion

Integrating diplomatic, political and cultural history, Eric Zolov examines Mexican internationalism during a pivotal moment in the Global Cold War, when the possibilities for a reconfiguration of geopolitical alignments and revolutionary transformations in global capitalism seemed real if not imminent.  At the same time, he looks beyond the impact of the Cuban revolution to gain a broader perspective on the multitudinous, transnational forces that shaped Mexican political subjectivities during this period and beyond. .

Co-sponsored by Latin American & Caribbean Studies Center and the Institute for Globalization Studies at Stony Brook.

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  Zolov book cover                         Professor  Eric Zolov is Professor of History and former Director of Latin American & Caribbean Studies at Stony Brook University. The author of Refried Elvis: The Rise of the Mexican Counterculture (1999), he has published widely on popular culture, twentieth-century Mexico, and U.S.-Latin American relations.  He is currently finishing a co-authored book on the 2019 social uprising in Chile interpreted through the lens of protest graphics.