The 50th Anniversary of Chile's Military Coup: Memory, Justice, and the Declassified U.S. Role in Latin America
Recognizing the 50th anniversary of the U.S.-backed military coup in Chile that deposed democratically elected socialist leader Salvador Allende, panelists will discuss the U.S. contribution to the coup and declassified records obtained by the National Security Archive's Chile Documentation Project and the role of memory.
- Juan Gabriel Valdés, ambassador of Chile to the U.S.
- Peter Kornbluh, senior analyst, National Security Archive
- Katherine Hite, political science, Vassar College
- Consuelo Amat, political science, SNF Agora Institute
This event is presented by the Program in Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx Studies and co-sponsored by the Department of Political Science, the Aronson Center for International Studies, and the SNF Agora Institute.
Who can attend?
- General public