“Traded Away” Next in Global Issues Series

Dr. Rose Spalding will present “Traded Away: Market Reform and Resistance in Central America” at 7 p.m. March 26 in Magruder 2001 as part of the Global Issues Colloquium.

Spalding will speak about her latest work in which she has compiled her research of political and economic movements in Latin America. In preparation for her book, Spalding has conducted almost 200 interviews with representatives from business, civil society, government and resistance movements in Central America.

Spalding has taught political science at DePaul University in Chicago for more than 30 years. During her tenure at DePaul, she has served as chair of the Political Science Department and head of the University’s study abroad program, organizing trips and taking students to Central America.

The Global Issues Colloquium is sponsored by the Global Issues Committee. For more information, visit globalissues.truman.edu.