Joint Seminar: Professor Alan Knight, ‘Liberals, Peasants and Jacobins: The Mexican Revolution (1910-40) in Global Perspective’, 23 February 2017

Oxford Centre for Global History and Latin American Centre

‘Liberals, Peasants and Jacobins: The Mexican Revolution (1910-40) in Global Perspective’

Alan Knight, St. Antony’s College

Thursday 23 February, 5pm
Main Seminar Room, the Latin American Centre, 1 Church Walk, Oxford

You are welcome to join us for an informal dinner after the seminar, at Manos, 105 Walton Street. We have arranged a ‘special menu’ at the individual cost of £9.99, which includes main course and a drink (wine, beer or a soft drink). This should be an enjoyable social occasion so we hope you will also join us after the seminar.  Please let us know if you are planning to attend the dinner so we can confirm numbers with the restaurant

Alan Knight, former Professor of Latin American History at Oxford University, is an Emeritus Fellow of the Latin American Centre.  He has published extensively on the history of Mexico and Latin America, including The Mexican Revolution (2 vols, Cambridge, 1986), which was awarded the was awarded the Albert Beveridge Prize and in 1987 the Bolton Prize from the Conference on Latin American History.  He previously taught at the University of Essex and the University of Texas at Austin, where he held the C.B. Smith Chair.