Free and open to the public.
Join CLAS and the Hoover Institution for a full day conference on Leon Trotsky and his impact on Latin American Politics and Thought. Presentations will be mostly in Spanish.
9-9:15: Opening remarks Herbert S. Klein and Eric Wakin, Hoover Institution
9:15-10:15: Olivia Gall “León Trotsky and México: asylum and legacy”
10:30-11:30: Dainis Karepovs “The children of Ogum: the first generation of Trotskyism in Brazil, 1930-1940"
11:45-12:45 Pablo Stefanoni “Trotskyism in Bolivia”
1-2pm: Antonio Zapata “Trotskyism and indigenismo in the trajectory of Hugo Blanco"
2:15-3:15: Rolando Rojas " Trotskyism and the Andean peasantry in Perú"
3:30-4:30: Horacio Tarcus "Trotsky in Argentina. Organizations, editions and interpretations"
4:30-5:30: Vera Carnovale "Argentine Trotskyism in light of the impact of the Cuban Revolution. Internationalism, insurrectionism and armed struggle (1959-1979)"