Scott Horton Interviews Thomas Harrington

Scott Horton, October 29, 2010

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Thomas Harrington, Associate professor of Hispanic Studies at Trinity College in Hartford, discusses the history and ongoing changes of South American politics, waning US regional influence evidenced by the almost complete disappearance of puppet dictators, ethnic-European dominance of the social hierarchy, economic recovery in Argentina following the rejection of IMF dictates and how – despite high profile failures – there can be mutually beneficial free trade agreements.

MP3 here. (20:51)

Thomas Harrington is Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies at Trinity College in Hartford where he teaches courses on 20th and 21th Century Spanish Cultural History, Literature and Film. His areas of research expertise include modern Iberian nationalist movements, Contemporary Catalonia, and the history of migration between the peninsular “periphery” (Catalonia, Galicia, Portugal and the Basque Country) and the societies of the Caribbean and the Southern Cone. He has lived and worked in Madrid, Barcelona, Lisbon, Santiago de Compostela and Montevideo, Uruguay and speaks Spanish, Catalan, Galician and Portuguese. He is currently on leave and living in Uruguay.

One Response to “Thomas Harrington”

  1. Very good interview Scott. I'd like to hear more of Prof. Harrington on future shows.

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