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PUCV academics and Biogeoart researchers participate in the International Geographical Union book, edited by Springer

“Global geographic heritage, geoparks and geotourism: geoconservation and development” is the title of the book of the International Geographical Union IGU, edited by the prestigious Springer publishing house, in which the academics of the PUCV Institute of Geography Andoni Arenas, Rodrigo Figueroa, Jorge Negrete, participated. Pablo Mansilla and Andrés Moreira-Muñoz, along with other professionals. The…
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Outdoors: childhood, spatiality and nature in times of pandemic. Column of Susana Cortés

Susana Cortés Morales, a specialist in childhood studies from anthropology, shares her column written for El Mostrador.

Leticia Arancibia, Biogeoart researcher in conversation with the CUVIC Project. Feminism and the Constituent Process

On this occasion Leticia Arancibia, Doctor in Sociology and Political Sciences, part of the PUCV Academic Network and also a Biogeoart researcher, was talking with the CUVIC Project, the University Collective of Citizen Link and Communication of the School of Journalism of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, about Feminism and the Constituent Process. The…
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Researchers Pablo Mansilla and Juan Carlos Jeldes receive ESRI Chile award

GIS 2020 Posters & StoryMaps Contest Researchers Pablo Mansilla, Juan Carlos Jeldes, together with undergraduate students were winners in the Poster category of the “Posters & StoryMaps GIS 2020 Contest”. The work “Diogeorama: Geohistorical visualization through 3D printing for the co-creation of knowledge”, was developed together with the students Elizabeth Daille and Jocelyn Farías and…
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