AFLSE New York City: LSE Seven O'clock Club
with Special Guest
Come join us for our monthly networking mixer!
This month our networking happy hour will be joined by special guest, Dr. Tanya Harmer of the International History Department, who will lead a discussion on the history of revolution in Cold War Latin America.
We meet on the first Monday of every month over cocktails (cash bar) at the The Churchill on the SECOND floor starting around 7:00 pm.
New members, recent grads and future students are always welcome!
So come meet new friends, network or just hang out at The Churchill, located at 45 East 28th Street, NYC 10016 between Madison and Park Avenue (6 train to 28th or N R train to 28th).
For questions about the AFLSE New York City chapter, please email: NewYork@aflse.org
About Dr Tanya Harmer, Associate Professor, LSE Department of International History
Dr Tanya Harmer is a specialist on the Cold War in Latin America with a particular interest in the international, transnational and global dynamics of the struggle. She has written an inter-American history of Chile during the presidency of Salvador Allende (1970-73) and conducted research on Brazilian Cold War interventions in the Southern Cone of Latin America, US-Chilean relations in the mid-1970s and the Cuban Revolution’s influence in Latin America. Her current research deals with the history of Chile’s Revolutionary Left. She has recently published articles on internationalist revolutionary guerrilla movements and transnational solidarity networks. Her next monograph will be a biography of Beatriz Allende and Chile’s revolutionary generation. Click here to read more....
Dr Harmer's new book is Beatriz Allende: A Revolutionary Life in Cold War Latin America.