An International Crossroads

“Mexico at the Intersection of

Politics, Society and Culture”

An Interdisciplinary Look at our Neighbor to the South


Thursday, April 19th

6pm, Sargent Building, Room 102

 Join the International Affairs Association for an exciting panel discussing the state of our neighbor to the south. Mexico is important to the United States for a variety of reasons, including economics, the war on drugs, immigration, culture, foreign policy and much more. Panelists are from a variety of specialities, and the discussion is promising to be in-depth and analytical.

With Panelists:

Dr. Miguel E. Basáñez

Tufts University, The Fletcher School

Dr. Adela E. Pineda

Boston University, Romance Studies

Lilian Jaines

Boston University, Ph.D. Candidate in Political Science