14 mar. 2012

Steve Stein en la PUCP

El Dr. Steve Stein (Ph.D., Stanford University), profesor del Departamento de Historia de la Universidad de Miami, ofrecerá las siguientes conferencias en la PUCP:

Imaginando la Historia: Evaluando y utilizando fuentes visuales para iluminar el pasado
Jueves 15 a las 4:30 pm
Auditorio de Humanidades
Organizan: Vicerrectorado Académico y Sección historia del Departamento de Humanidades
(Ingreso libre)

La revolución en el vino argentino: Cómo se ha logrado calidad y prestigio en el siglo XXI"
Viernes 16 a las 7 pm
Sala de Conferencias Centro Cultural San Isidro
Organiza: Vicerrectorado Académico
(Ingreso libre)



Sobre Steve Stein:

Professor Stein's research area is Modern Latin American history, focusing on the Andean countries and Argentina. He is presently involved in a multi-faceted research project on the history of wine in Argentina.  His edited volume, with Ana María Mateu, El vino y sus revoluciones: Una antología histórica sobre el desarrollo de la industria vitvinícula argentina (2008), is the first comprehensive treatment of the Argentine wine industry from its 19th century origins to the present. Previously his major work explored the social and cultural history of Peru, concentrating on the evolution of the Lima popular sectors from the early twentieth century through the contemporary period. Dr. Stein's publications on the early twentieth century include Populism in Peru: The Emergence of the Masses and the Politics of Social Control (1980) and Lima obrera 1900-1930 (1985 and 1987). He also wrote about Peru during the 1980s in his Peru en crisis (1988), which analyzed the impact of a profound economic downturn in the country on explosive social, political, and cultural changes. His subsequent study of Andean folk art led to a co-edited book with Professor Carol Damian of Florida International University entitled Popular Art and Social Change in the Retablos of Nicario Jiménez Quispe (2005). In addition to his work in the History Department, Dr. Stein was Assistant Provost for International Programs, Director of the International and Comparative Studies Program, Senior Associate Dean for Interdisciplinary Studies, and most recently, from 2003-2009, the Director of the Center for Latin American Studies.  For the past decade he has been teaching wine seminars in the Miami area. (Fuente)

Artículos, publicaciones y entrevistas:

Culture and Identity:  Transformations in Argentine Wine, 1880-2011

Hugo Chavez and Latin American Populism