UCSB continues to bring notable speakers from all corners of academia and politics — for free! This Tuesday, February 6 at 8 p.m. at Campbell Hall, Martin Sherwin, whose book American Prometheus about atom bomb creator Robert Oppenheimer won the 2006 Pulitzer, chats with UCSB’s Tsuyoshi Hasegawa, an expert on Japanese involvement in World War II. Wednesday, February 7 — same time and place — Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas Solórzano, founder of Mexico’s Party of the Democratic Revolution and a three-time presidential candidate, discusses the 2006 election and Mexican politics.

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