Armando Solorzano, Arturo Valenzuela, Ethnic Studies, European, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Gould Auditorium, Hinckley Caucus Room, Hinckley Institute, Hinckley Institute of Politics, Jim Hinckley, Latin America, Latinos, Lyn Hinckley, Marriott Library, Mexican Revolution, Mexico, NSC Special Assistant to the President for Latin Affairs, Orson Spencer Hall, rare book collections, Rare Books Classroom, Rare Books Division, Rocco C. and Marian S. Siciliano Forum, Sabino Osuna, United States, University of Utah, Utah
The Rare Books Division is pleased to participate in the 17th Annual Rocco C. and Marion S. Siciliano Forum: The Future of U.S. – Latin American Relations.
MONDAY, FEB. 23
9:45 AM FORUM
“Marching to a Unified Future: Latinos in Utah and the Nation.” Armando Solorzano, University of Utah Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies
Hinckley Caucus Room, Orson Spencer Hall, 255
12:00 PM KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Arturo Valenzuela, former U.S. Asst. Secretary of State for the Western Hemisphere and former NSC Special Asistant to the President for Latin Affairs
Marriott Library, Gould Auditorium
1:00 PM ART EXHIBIT RECEPTION
“Mexico at the Hour of Combat: Photographs of the Mexican Revolution by Sabino Osuna” Presented by Jim and Lyn Hinckley
Marriott Library, 5th Floor
1-2:30PM Rare Books Display
“What Seems Fantastic”
Visit the Rare Books Classroom, Level 4, for a hands-on display of selections from the rare book collections documenting European and United States encounters with Latin America from the 8th century to the 21st.
“My most important problem was destroying the lines of demarcation that separate what seems real from what seems fantastic.” – Gabriel Garcia Marquez