Short Course: A Social History Of The U.S.-Mexico Border

The shape of the U.S.-Mexican border has been crafted by much more than the Rio Grande River. Katherine Massoth, a UofL assistant professor of history, hosts this four-week short course on Tuesdays, looking at over 400 years of economic and cultural trading, political turmoil and conflict. This overview will help provide important context to how we view and approach the problems our country faces today at the border. Call 574-1623 to reserve your spot.
—Aaron Yarmuth

Tuesday, Sept. 3

Main Library, Louisville Free Public Library
6:30-8 p.m. | Free
301 York St.