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Authors and authors

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Margarita Sánchez-Gavito

Theme: Gender

Doctor from the Rey Juan Carlos University, Madrid, Spain, expert in public policies, with the thesis “The policy of equality between women and men in Mexico: dilemmas, challenges and prospects” (2014). 

Alma Montero Alarcón

Topic: Viceregal studies

Doctor with honorable mention in Latin American Studies from the National Autonomous University of Mexico. She is a researcher at the National Museum of the Viceroyalty where she works on the topics of silversmithing, female convent life, Jesuits and curatorship in museums, of which she has published more than 10 books; Likewise, he has curated national and international exhibitions. 

She received the Miguel Covarrubias INAH Prize for her research on Coronated Nuns in Latin America, a topic that was presented as an exhibition at the National Museum of the Viceroyalty (Mexico), at the National Museum of Colombia and at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando (Madrid, Spain). He is a member of the National System of Researchers (SNI), and in  In 2016 he received the José Vasconcelos prize awarded by the Hispanist Affirmation Front.

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Ma. Sara Rocha Medina

Theme: Gender

Originally from the Municipality of Catorce, current federal representative with a relative majority, in District 1 of the State of San Luis Potosí. Graduate in Law from the Autonomous University of San Luis Potosí (UASLP), with a specialty in criminal law from the same university; in Human Rights, from the University of Matehuala, and a master's degree in Political Management and Strategic Governance, from the George Washington University, as well as a professor at the UASLP Law School.

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Rubenski Pereira

Theme: Novel

Born Rubén Campos Arias (Mexico City, Mexico; April, the 21st of 1977) is a Mexican writer. He has published novels and poetry. His work has been partially translated into English and Bengali. He has published in a large number of print and virtual media in Mexico, as well as in other countries such as Spain, the United States, Argentina and India. He also participates in several national anthologies.

   He has a degree in Hispanic Language and Literatures from National Autonomous University of Mexico. He also has a master's degree in Modern Letters from Ibeoamerican University.​ Within his poetics, the idea stands out that for the author, poetry means the destruction of the poet.

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