Lecture: Sarmiento's Trepidations in Washington
|Title:||Lecture: Sarmiento's Trepidations in Washington|
|Date & Time:||Wed Oct 13, 2021 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM|
|Location:||Virtual Only Event, Meeting or Activity|
Meetings, events or activities that will be held exclusively online or via telephone conference.
|Event Details:||In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month Dr. Enrique Pumar, Fay Boyle Professor and Chair of the Santa Clara University Department of Sociology, will show how Faustino Domingo Sarmiento, the Latin American statesman and public intellectual, conceived the functioning of our democracy and the splendor of our nation’s capital at a time of great uncertainty and political rancor. The presentation introduces Sarmiento and the purposes that brought him to the United States. After discussing his travels around the country, and in particular his stay in our nation’s capital, the presentation discerns his observations about American democracy.|
|Contact Phone No.:||703.746.4994|
|Fees:||$6 per household|
|Audience:||Anyone may attend|
|Tags:||Equity, Hispanic Heritage, Lecture, Lyceum, Museums|
For event details visit http://www.alexandriava.gov/c/37935
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