Episode 63 – Part 1/8 Christopher Columbus Series with Dr. Héctor García Chávez & Carla Simonini

Part 1/8 Christopher Columbus Series with Dr. Héctor García Chávez & Carla Simonini. Dr. Héctor García Chávez is the Director of Latin American and Latinx Studies Program at Loyola University Chicago. Carla Simonini is an Associate Professor and the Director of the Paul and Ann Rubino Italian American Studies Program at Loyola University Chicago. We discuss the history and historiography of Columbus.

Recorded: October 2020

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