Document Type

Paper

Course Afffiliation

History B311: Holocaust and Modern Genocides (Fall 2016)

Faculty Advisor

Dr. Ann Livschiz

Panel

Imperialism and International Diplomacy in the Modern Era

Chair/Discussant

Dr. Richard Weiner (History)

Brief Biography

Andrew Hakes is a history major in his last year at IPFW. His focus in history is conflict and revolution during the Cold War, with a leaning towards Latin America. He recently studied abroad in Argentina and conducted research over the legacy of Ernesto “Che” Guevara. He is currently working on his Honors Project—an examination of the impact of the EZLN (Zapatistas) throughout the Americas. He has presented at the history conference twice before over the topics of Babi Yar and the relationship of the Cuban and US governments after the Cuban Revolution. Currently he is considering post-graduate education and looking at his options.

Start Date

11-2-2017 11:25 AM

End Date

11-2-2017 12:45 PM

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The National Reorganization Process: Argentina's Past in the Dictatorship Era

Andrew Hakes is a history major in his last year at IPFW. His focus in history is conflict and revolution during the Cold War, with a leaning towards Latin America. He recently studied abroad in Argentina and conducted research over the legacy of Ernesto “Che” Guevara. He is currently working on his Honors Project—an examination of the impact of the EZLN (Zapatistas) throughout the Americas. He has presented at the history conference twice before over the topics of Babi Yar and the relationship of the Cuban and US governments after the Cuban Revolution. Currently he is considering post-graduate education and looking at his options.