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MemberSantiago Gualchi

…University Of Buenos Aires…
…Currently finishing my Linguistics degree at the University of Buenos Aires (MA-equivalent)….

I study Linguistics at the University of Buenos Aires. I’m currently attending my last semester but I’m also teaching Grammar to new students. I’m part of a funded Statistics research group and a Computational Linguistics study group. My main research topic at the time is inflectional morphology acquisition; I’m trying to assess how well formal theories of morphological competence explain the behaviour observed in children during the process of language acquisition. To do this, I combine corpus studies with computational simulation and statistical modelling. In my spare time, I like to grab my bike and go for a ride.

MemberFabiana E. Martínez

Fabiana Elisa Martínez was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina. From a very young age she showed a special interest in books and “words in other languages.” Fabiana graduated with Honors from the UCA University in Buenos Aires with a degree of Profesora en Letras (Linguistics and World Literature). She soon started teaching Spanish as a second language and perfected her method which she has used to teach in preeminent international companies as well as to professionals from various countries. Fabiana speaks five languages: Spanish, English, French, Portuguese and Italian, and has degrees in Ancient Greek and Latin. She lives and works in Dallas, Texas. 12 Random Words / 12 Palabras al Azar is her first work of fiction.

MemberDaniela Avido


Licenciatura en Ciencias Antropológicas, orientación arqueológica, en curso. [undergraduate program in Anthropological Sciences, Archaeology major]. Departamento de Antropología. Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina [Anthropology Department, Faculty of Philosophy and Letters/Arts, University of Buenos Aires].
Curso de Posgrado en Aplicación de los SIG a la Arqueología del Territorio y del Paisaje [Posgraduate course “Application of GIS to Archaeology of landscape”]. Escuela de posgrado de la Facultad de Humanidades y Artes, Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentina [Posgraduate Department of the Faculty of Humanities and Arts, National University of Rosario].
Fotografía [Photography]. Centro de Formación Profesional nº 27, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina [Vocational Training Center nº 27, Buenos Aires City].

I study Anthropology at the University of Buenos Aires (Argentina), where I have also volunteered as a student tutor. I am interested in computer assisted design and its application in archaeological research and outreach, as the three-dimensional reconstruction of findings and excavation surfaces. I work in the Historical Museum of La Matanza (Buenos Aires Province, Argentina) as an assistant technician. Besides surveying the museum backyard, I engage in outreach activities and also perform as a guide for the Pleistocene-megafauna exhibition. My current research topics are related to historical artifacts, from glassware to floor tiles, collected both in the Museum backyard and La Elvira site (see my publications), and also the prehispanic pottery technology found in La Matanza river shores (unpublished).

MemberEdmundo Murray

I research and write about Irish-Latin American relations, artwork in the international organizations, and links between food and music. Born in Argentina, I studied agronomy and became aware of the amazing complexity of the biological environments in which we live in. Then I worked in the corporate world in the United States and in Latin America. I acquired first-hand knowledge of how capitalist values work in the real world. After moving to Europe, I joined an international organization in Geneva (the WTO) as publishing manager. As co-founder of the Society for Irish Latin American Studies (SILAS) and the first editor of its journal I was able to study trans-Atlantic migrations, especially the Irish in Latin America. During a period as invited professor at University of Cape Verde, I edited a multi-author collection of essays about the relations between food and music. More recently, I researched and published works about the history of architecture and works of art in the Centre William Rappard of Geneva. In the near future, I hope to study the culture and practice the music of the Gnawa people in Essaouira, Morocco (cover image: “In GATT We (T)rust” by Claude Namy, 1966).

MemberMirta Kupferminc

literature, Judaism, Arts, interdisciplinary themes, conceptual visual proposals, Relatienship betwee literature and visual art, Memory
I was born and live in Buenos Aires. daughter of bot parents Aushcwitz survivors, my art y deeply related to exile, memory and migrations. My work is deeply related to literature. i am lecturer in many universities in Us. i teach art focused to a conceptual understanding.
I am curious person and like to tell jokes !!!!

MemberSylvia Kornecki

…School Of Architecture,design And Urbanism. University Of Buenos Aires, Uba…

  I am an architect that has been teaching history of the architecture in The School of Architecture, Design and Urbanism (FADU- UBA) since 2005. I work as an Assistant Professor. I have also been teaching Introduction to the Contemporary Architecture since 2013 in the same school. I have published many articles, some of them about the Spanish influences in Rio de la Plata´s architecture. I have participated in many encounters of architecture´s history. I am an assistant researcher at the Institute of American Arts and Aesthetics “Mario J. Buschiazzo in FADU- UBA. I took part of a research Project about Neo Colonial Architecture in Buenos Aires, being in charge of an internship, coordinating the interns work.At the moment I am finishing a career of Specialization in Teaching Design as a postgrad. I am member of the GAHTC, Global Architectural History Teaching Collaborative since 2018.  

MemberAnna Castillo

As a Morehead-Cain Scholar at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Anna Castillo’s pursuit of a B.A. in Comparative Literature and Latin American Studies took her to Bolivia, Mexico, and Costa Rica, where she conducted qualitative research with community activists in healthcare, education, and LGBTIQ rights. After graduating with honors, she was awarded a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship to study Comparative Literature for a year at Universidad de Buenos Aires (Argentina) and later earned a Ph.D. in Iberian and Latin American Cultures at Stanford University. She arrived at Vanderbilt in 2017 and is currently serving as Andrew W. Mellon Assistant Professor of Spanish.  Contact: a.castillo@vanderbilt.edu