Events

The Cold War in Central America: New Findings With Comparative Perspectives (1944–1996)

-

Location: Hesburgh Center, Room C103

Manolo Vela Castañeda, associate professor of sociology, Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala; Kellogg Institute visiting fellow, University of Notre Dame

Castañeda’s Kellogg project, “The Cold War in Central America: New Findings With Comparative Perspectives (1944–1996),” explores both the social bases of insurgency in the region and state capacity in order to explain the processes that shaped the conflict in the region.

Sponsored by the Kellogg Institute for International Studies