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HERRERA LEON, Fabián. Mexico and the National Institute for the Intellectual Cooperation. Tzintzun [online]. 2009, n.49, pp.169-200. ISSN 0188-2872.

At the end of World War I, there was an adjustment in the field of science, literature, arts and education. That was the case of the International Institute for the Intellectual Cooperation -considered as the former UNESCO-. The independence of the Institute of Paris from the Nations Association -of which Mexico had been excluded -enabled the country its early participation (1926). From that time until the Institute was informally dissolved, Mexico worked with it. The general lack of knowledge of this historical episode, in which also the Mexican Commission for the Intellectual Cooperation was created, limits our vision of the support the postrevolutionary government granted to the scientific and intellectual activities during the 1920s and 1930s. The purpose of this paper is to make a first approach to the subject and provide an overview of the activities carried out by Mexico as part of its collaboration with the Institute of Paris.

Palavras-chave : International Institute for the Intellectual Cooperation; intellectuals; Julien Luchaire; Alfonso Reyes; Alberto J. Pani.

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