Nov 16, 2007
Francisco Salazar addresses the future of natural gas in North America from a Mexican perspective. This lecture series features significant public intellectuals and governmental figures from Mexico addressing topics including fine arts, energy, development, immigration and security. The goal of this discussion is to foster cross-border collaboration and understanding between Mexico and the United States. This series inaugurates the Humanities Research Center’s Public Humanities Initiative, a program that presents important speakers to public audiences, addressing matters of broad humanistic concern as well as public interest.
Tony Payan , Jose Ivan Rodriguez-Sanchez
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