A group for historians of Mexico since 1810.
Nora Marisa León-Real Méndez deposited De la apelación como requisito para narrar la historia en Columbus de Ignacio Solares in the group Modern Mexican History on Humanities Commons 1 year, 7 months ago
This article analyses the impact of the Mexican Revolution on national literature, specifically on Ignacio Solares’s novel Columbus, as well as the importance of historic discourse as a literary objective. Solares’s work recounts the historic event from the perspective of one of its characters, who is being interviewed after the event by a jou…[Read more]
This paper analyzes how Mexican hometown associations in New York City practice solidarity so that they might best meet the needs of the transnational communities that they serve. Commonly formed by immigrants in the United States, hometown associations are organizations which send money collectively to their home countries, supporting public…[Read more]