Through conferences, workshops, seminars and cultural events, USMEX connects leaders from government, business and civil society to discuss current issues and challenges in Mexico with our academic community.
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"Shadows at Dawn" Book Talk with Alfredo Corchado
April 26, 2017 | Register
"Shadows at Dawn" is the narrative of a country in a painful, tumultuous economic and political transition that haunts journalist Alfredo Corchado through three decades. It is a passionate and personal tale that begins during the Mexican exodus to the United States in the tumultuous 1980s, with amnesty, and moves into the booming 90s with NAFTA.
"Housing Across Borders: Mexican and U.S. Housing in Perspective"
May 26, 2017 | Register
The aim of this conference to discuss housing in Mexico and the U.S. together: looking for connections, identifying elements for comparison, and exploring common processes shaping housing—broadly construed—on both sides of the border. Through this conversation we hope to extract lessons as a provocation that can lead us to testing our ideas about what housing and city mean. Guest speakers include: Dr. Paavo Monkkonen, Dr. Noelle Stout, and Dr. Peter M. Ward.
View a listing of past conferences, workshops, public talks, seminars and cultural events arranged by calendar year.
Read about original and policy-relevant research led by faculty experts at GPS and across campus, while often drawing on insights from outside scholars and practitioners.
View upcoming seminars held by USMEX fellows.
Learn about these day-long symposia where business leaders, scholars and social entrepreneurs provide diverse perspectives on the current challenges, what can and is being done to address them, and how these lessons can be applied globally.