Latin American and Caribbean Studies Lecture Series: Beyond Neo-Liberalism: Mass Mobilizations
Mon. Mar 22, 2004
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
THE DISTINGUISHED LECTURE IN INTER-AMERICAN STUDIES: Beyond Neo-Liberalism: Mass Mobilizations and Political Instability in South America
Dr. Carlos Vilas is a well-known political scientist currently performing as a government officer in Argentina. He is author of many books and more than 200 academic articles on Latin American contemporary affairs, political change and revolutionary processes. As a public servant, Dr Vilas was appointed as Under-Secretary for National Security in 2002; and serves in Dr. Nestor Kirchner's government as National Director for the Regulation of the Metropolitan Water System.
Location: USF Tampa Library, Grace Allen Room, 4th floor
Contact: Jorge Nef and Harry Vanden, LACS, 974-3547 This event is part of USF's Latin America and Caribbean Studies Lecture Series for Spring 2004.
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