Roberto Blancarte is Professor at the Centro de Estudios Sociológicos of the
Colegio de México and author of Historia de la Iglesia Católica en México.
Christopher R. Boyer is Associate Professor of History and Latin American and
Latino Studies at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and author of Becoming
Campesinos: Politics, Identity, and Agrarian Struggle in Postrevolutionary Michocán, 1920– 1935.
Guillermo de la Peña is Professor of Social Anthropology at the Centro de
Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social— Occidente and
author of A Legacy of Promises: Agriculture, Politics and Ritual in the Morelos Highlands of
Mexico.
María Teresa Fernández Aceves is Professor of History at the Centro de
Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social— Occidente and
author of Mujeres en el cambio social en el siglo XX mexicano.
Paul Gillingham is Lecturer in Latin American History at the University of Pennsyl-
vania, and author of Cuauhtémoc’s Bones: Forging National Identity in Modern Mexico.
Rogelio Hernández Rodríguez is Professor of Po liti cal Science at the Centro de
Estudios Internacionales at the Colegio de México and author of El centro dividido: La
nueva autonomía de los gobernadores.
Alan Knight is Professor of the History of Latin America at the University of Oxford
and author of The Mexican Revolution (2 vols).
Gladys McCormick is Assistant Professor of History at Syracuse University and
author of “The Po liti cal Economy of Desire in Rural Mexico: Authoritarianism and
Revolutionary Change, 1935– 1965.”
Tanalís Padilla is Associate Professor of History at Dartmouth College and author
of Rural Re sis tance in the Land of Zapata: The Jaramillista Movement and the Myth of the
Pax Priísta, 1940– 1962 (Duke University Press).
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