Inside Nicaragua: Marking History, Making History

Wednesday, October 17, 2018, 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Photo of a woman standing near a burning barricade holding the national flag of Nicaragua
Anthropology Professor James Quesada discusses the violence in Nicaragua in response to the April 19 uprising, which formed from the backlash to the revolutionary-turned-dictator Daniel Ortega's policies. Quesada will discuss what this portends for Nicaraguan society and modern popular revolutionary movements. Free.
Fine Arts Building, Room 525
Anthropology Department
Anthropology Department
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James Quesada’s primary area of research is the social and psychological effects of violence in Central and North America. He has conducted research in Nicaragua for more than 25 years and was in the country this year both before and after the April 19 uprising.


James Quesada

Photo: Voice of America/Wikipedia Commons