Book Review: Revolutionary Parks, by Emily Wakild

  [Written for HIST 566: Mexican Revolution, WNMU, 2 Aug 2017] Wakild began with the claim that “Mexico’s national parks were an outgrowth of revolutionary affinities for both rational science and social justice.” (p. 1) It’s curious, Wakild points out, that a nation that led the world in acreage dedicated to national park land, and … Continue reading Book Review: Revolutionary Parks, by Emily Wakild

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it’s sorting day at Mex Rev class

[for HIST 566, WNMU, 15 July 2017] I’m at a bit of a loss for this first assigned blog post. We’re in the third module of the class, and I’m still trying to place the players in a mental timeline. Who supported or competed with whom seems more complex in the context of the Mexican … Continue reading it’s sorting day at Mex Rev class