Professor Wasserspring retired in 2016 after teaching for 36 years at Wellesley. Her focus is on comparative politics, focusing on Latin America. She founded the Latin American Studies at Wellesley and co-directed the program for over two decades. She also has an interest in Mexican folk art, especially by the women in rural Oaxaca, Mexico, who struggle economically despite receiving national and international fame as artisans.
RSVPs: Please check the Wellesley-in-Pasadena website for event registration (due to be live by Friday, March 9).
Cost: Tickets are $5 for members (Wellesley in Pasadena is extending member privelege to WCLA) and $10 for non-members. Event is free for young alums, admitted students and lifetime members.
Event Contact: Judy Lee