Center for the History of Global Development
 

Guillermo Salvador Marinaro


Guillermo Salvador Marinaro is a Ph.D. candidate in Global Studies at Shanghai University and researcher in Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Laborales (CEIL-CONICET, Argentina). He was educated at Universidad del Salvador in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2013, he finished an M.A. in cultural sociology and anthropology from Universidad Nacional de San Martín, followed by a master in creative writing from Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero. He has worked as adjunct professor at Universidad del Salvador and as a lecturer in Universidad Nacional de La Plata. 

His academic interest includes social movements, lefties parties and the relationship between intellectuals from South America, Cuba, and China during the Cold War.  At the present, he is working on the meaning of concept “development” according to different sectors and movements from Argentina.

He has published articles in specialized journals from Argentina and France, as “Lugar de memoria de las víctimas en torno a la masacre de Palomitas” in Nuevo Mundo/Nouveau Mondes, “Perspectivas para una ecología crítica” in the collective book El Ensayo Joven Argentino and others publications. His works won the Sub-40 Argentine Philosophy Prize, the National Academy of Journalism and Azucena Villaflor Award given by Madres de Plaza de Mayo.


Project: The long crisis of an idea: models for development in Argentina between 1955 and 1976

Curriculum Vitae Marinaro
Marinaro_CV.pdf (118.11KB)
Curriculum Vitae Marinaro
Marinaro_CV.pdf (118.11KB)