Historias 57 – Jayson Porter on ecology, agricultural sciences, and maps in Revolutionary Mexico

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Jayson Porter joins Carlos to discuss his research on the intersection of political economy and agricultural sciences that led to the Green Revolution in Mexico. They also discuss the utility and opportunities of social media and the wide variety of maps and the information they communicate.

Historias 57 – Jayson Porter

Growing Pains: Pest Control and Agrochemicals in Mexico Between Revolutions, 1920-1940,” Age of Revolutions, May 13, 2019.

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