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SOPHIA UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL OF GLOBAL STUDIES
--Sophia University Graduate School of Global Studies Lecture Series―
Mexico and Latin America: Uncertain Roads to Overcome Inequality and Social Injustice
In the past decades, various efforts have been made to bring in justice in Latin American countries, but there has been little progress in both political and social fields. In this lecture, we overview the current status of Latin American countries, and explore the nature of difficulties these countries face in this global world.
Date: Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Venue: Sophia University, Yotsuya Campus, Room 10-301. 3rd floor, Building 10．
Speaker: Raquel Sosa Elizaga (Professor at National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico. Vice-president of International Sociological Association)
Admission: Free (Open to general public)
*No reservation needed.
Professor Raquel Sosa Elizaga has a PHD in History, Master in Latin American Studies, and also a Degree in Sociology at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. She is the current Vice-president for the program at the International Sociological Association. She has also been the former President and now current member of the Council of Presidents of the Latin American Sociological Association, ALAS. She is now a full time professor at the Center for Latin American Studies of the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences and also a member of the Academic Committee for the Postgraduate Program of Latin American Studies at UNAM. Professor Raquel Sosa Elizaga is also an author of several books and articles on Latin American Social Thought, Latin American Social and Political Violence; and Education.
・Graduate School of Global Studies
Sophia University, Yotsuya Campus