The Historical Studies Conferences are part of the solidarity extension events organized by the School of History of the Universidad Industrial de Santander (UIS), which have been held since 2017. This time, under the leadership of professors Ana Milena Rhenals Doria and Alfonso Antonio Fernández Villa, its third edition will be held on March 9th, 10th, and 11th at the Guillermo Camacho Caro Auditorium of the School of Industrial Engineering.
At this academic event, which is free and open to the entire university community, fifty undergraduate students will present their papers on topics related to the subjects of 19th century Colombian History and 19th century Latin American History. The initiative seeks to encourage students’ research and oral expression skills, in order to encourage their interest in participating in and organizing events of this type as fundamental spaces for the construction of an academic community.
The event will begin on March 9, at 8:00 a.m., with the lecture “Vicente Talledo y Rivera, el ingeniero español que levantó los mapas que Caldas nunca hizo”, by historian and independent researcher Sergio Mejía, PhD in history from the University of Warwick; then, Professor María José Navajas, PhD in history from the Colegio de México and researcher specializing in political history of Argentina, will present the closing lecture “Political mobilization in Argentina in the late nineteenth century: historiographical debates and recent research”.
These Third Conference of Historical Studies will include the following round tables: 1. Economics; 2. Music, Literature, Image and Nation; 3.
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