Sunrise over El Paso and Juárez, our new home.
A new text of mine has appeared in Nexos. It updates and extends my academic paper about Vicente Lombardo Toledano, placing Mexico’s relative nonchalance about the Snowden revelations in historical […]
The apparent oddity of Juan Rulfo having received CIA dollars, revealed in the essay I recently published with S-USIH, has been making the rounds in the Mexican and international press. Here […]
An essay of mine is being featured at the blog of the Society of U.S. Intellectual History. The piece came about as a response to Eric Bennett’s fascinating “How Iowa […]
I have a short article in the Journal of Iberian and Latin American Research as part of a special dossier on the use of Mexican secret police archives for writing […]
My review of Roberta Lajous Vargas’s “Las relaciones exteriores de México (1821-2000),” is up at Letras Libres. I wrote in Spanish, so there’s no English version to post here, but […]
In 2012, I published a large review essay in the journal Istor of several books on the subject of war and public opinion (link here, everything is available for free in […]
Summer 2012 – Tepoztlán
My review of Sobre mis pasos, the political memoirs of Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas, was published by Nexos. The final, key graf: Nada de lo anterior implica regatearle sus logros a cualquiera […]
In the hills of the Estado de Mexico.