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contributors
Cristóbal Aljovín de Losada
(BA, Pontifícia Universidad de Católica del Perú,
∞Ω∫∫) received his Ph.D. at the University of Chicago and is Professor and Coordinator
of the Masters Program in History at the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos
in Lima. He is the author of Caudillos y constituciones: Perú ∞∫≤∞–∞∫∂∑ (Lima, ≤≠≠≠)
and a number of articles on Peru’s political and economic history during the eighteenth
and nineteenth centuries. He is currently principal investigator of a major project on
the history of elections in Peru.
Carlos Contreras
is Associate Professor in the Department of Economics of the
Pontifícia Universidad Católica del Perú in Lima and a member of the Instituto de
Estudios Peruanos. His most recent book is El aprendizaje del capitalismo: Estudios de
historia económica y social del Perú republicano (Lima, ≤≠≠∂). He is currently working
on a book about the fiscal aspects of the late-nineteenth-century reform of the Peruvian
state in the aftermath of the crisis caused by the War of the Pacific.
Maragarita Garrido
received her D. Phil. at Oxford University and is currently
Professor and Head of the Masters Program in History at the Universidad de los
Andes, Bogotá. She is the author of Reclamos y representaciones, variaciones sobre la
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