04-05 Sidore Theme is Environmental Justice
Poverty and Democracy in Latin America: the Good, the
Bad and the Ugly
Thursday, September 23 at 7 p.m.
Silver Cultural Arts Center
Henry Dietz is a political scientist currently at the University
Texas at Austin where, since 1998, he has been a Distinguished
Professor. He has long been interested in the questions of
poverty, as well as those of civil-military relations, especially
they bear on Latin America.
His books include "Urban Poverty, Political Participation
State: Lima, 1971-1990" (1998), "Poverty and Problem
Military Rule" (1980) and, most recently, "Capital City
Latin America" (2002).
Professor Deitz’s publications have appeared in many scholarly
including the "American Political Science Review,"
"American Journal of
Political Science" and "Social Science Quarterly.
All Sidore events begin at 7 p.m. and are free and open to the
in the Smith Recital Hall at Silver Cultural Arts Center. Advance
reservations are recommended and can be made by calling 535-ARTS.
talk is followed by a reception with refreshments. For more
information, call 535-2501.
A schedule for the year is online at www.plymouth.edu/sidore/