Center for U.S.-Mexico Studies
THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT DALLAS
The Center for U.S.-Mexico Studies at The University of Texas at Dallas
cordially invites you to its
The Center for U.S. - Mexico Studies, seeking to foster greater understanding between our two nations, is pleased to host lectures on issues of interest to both Mexico and the U.S. Previous lectures have included such issues as the implementation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), analysis of domestic politics and foreign policy, issues in science and technology, transborder population, and cultural development in both countries. The Center has hosted Carlos Fuentes, Ezequiel Padilla, Andrés Oppenheimer, Vicente Fox, Elena Poniatowska, Ana María Salazar, among others, under the frame of this series.
This year U.S. – Mexico scholars will share with the UTD community their expertise on Mexican classical music, Binational housing policies, Management negotiations between U.S. and Mexico, NAFTA labor affairs, and U.S.-Mexico migration after September 11th
Agua y Piedra – Piano Performance, Ana Cervantes
Colonias and Housing Policy in Texas - Learning from Mexico, Peter M. Ward
Management Negotiations between U.S. and Mexico, Habib Chamoun-Nicolas
U.S.-Mexico Labor Relations after NAFTA, Alfonso Oñate
US-Mexican Migration Relations: Before and After September 11th, Monica Verea
The Lecture Series 2003-2004 calendar is found at The Center for U.S.-Mexico Studies’ web page (http://www.utdallas.edu/research/cusms/lectureseries.htm). We will provide location and specific time in advance. For more information, please contact Gabriela Carrera (email@example.com), Lecture Series Coordinator, or call us at 972 – 883 6401.
We look forward to seeing you in this series,
Rodolfo Hernandez Guerrero, Director, Center for U.S.-Mexico Studies