Oct 03, 2013
07:00PM - 08:00PM
Breaking Ground Series
Revolution in Mexico
Sonoma County Museum
Event Description

Tony White will provide the historical background for the Mexican Revolution of 1910, the major political, social, economic changes in Mexico through the 1980s, and its transformation  into a modern urban, industrial country in recent years.  Since the Revolution led to a cultural renaissance beginning in the 1920s, he will also discuss the major developments in art, mural painting, literature and music.

Tony White is Professor Emeritus in History at Sonoma State University, where he taught Latin American History for 37 years.  He holds a Ph.D. in History from UCLA and is the author of Siqueiros, Biography of a Revolutionary Artist (Book Surge, 2009).  He has lived in Santa Rosa for 45 years.

Fee: $5.00

Contact Information
Name: Cynthia Conway     Email:
Phone: 707-579-1500



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