Teaching About the Mexican Revolution
Over the past several years we’ve developed an expanding set of resources related to the Mexican Revolution. This is thanks in part to wonderful community partners like the National Hispanic Cultural Center, Instituto Cervantes, Mexican Consulate of Albuquerque, and the UNM Maxwell Museum of Anthropology — all of whom have brought related, inspirational photography exhibits to Albuquerque.
In addition to the materials on the blog, we’ve developed curriculum materials on behalf of our office (the UNM Latin American & Iberian Institute, or LAII). Visit the LAII website to learn more or click on the individual lesson plans below.
¡Viva la Revolución! The Mexican Revolution
- Introductory Activities
- Additional Resources
- Slideshow of Images
- Literature: Los de Abajo (Spanish)
- Literature: The Underdogs (English)
- Literature: Death of an Assassin
- Primary Documents: Plan of San Luis Potosí (English and Spanish)
- Primary Documents: Plan of Ayala (English and Spanish)
- Primary Documents: Plan of Guadalupe (English and Spanish)
- Primary Documents: Plan of Agua Prieta (Spanish)