Book launch and talk with Professor Pablo Piccato
Date: Wednesday 16 March 2011
Venue: NAB.2.04, New Academic Building
Speaker: Professor Pablo Piccato
Chair: Dr Tanya Harmer
Pablo Piccato is a professor in Latin American History and director of the Institute for Latin American Studies at Columbia University, specializing in Mexican history. He has worked on the political and cultural history of Mexico, and on the history of crime. He is currently working on an overview of crime in Mexico during the twentieth century.
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