Friday, November 8 and Saturday, November 9
The Other September 11: Chile 1973
(note: conference meets at UCLA)
September 11, 2013 marked the 40th anniversary of the violent overthrow of Chile's democratically
elected Socialist president, Salvador Allende, and the onset of a seventeen-year military dictatorship
under General Augusto Pinochet. "The Other September 11th" conference is an interdisciplinary reflection
on the history and legacies of Chile's military dictatorship and struggles for democracy, past and present.
More than a gesture of homage and remembrance, it aims to re-center the history of Latin American cold war
violence within contemporary debates about radical inequality, state repression, terrorism, and democratic
struggle. For more information, including a link to the complete conference program, go to
Monday, November 18
History Department Colloquium: Prof. Timothy Doran
Timothy Doran (CSULA, History Department) presents: "Beyond Misogyny: Women's Roles and Women's Rights in the Pre-Industrial Reproductive Economy"
3:15-4:15pm in King Hall C4065