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Rubén Ruiz Guerra, Master

Ruiz Guerra studied his degree in History at the Facultad de Estudios Superiores (FES) Acatlán; he completed his master's degree in History of America at the Mora Institute and is a doctoral student in Latin American Studies at UNAM.

He is head researcher A at CIALC, a member of PRIDE level C. His lines of study are religious diversity in Latin America; Relations between Latin American countries during the nineteenth century and liberalism and public morality in the same century.

He is head researcher A at CIALC, a member of PRIDE level C. His lines of study are religious diversity in Latin America; relations between Latin American countries during the nineteenth century and liberalism and public morality in the same century.

He has published two books of single authorship, three coordinates and one compilation. Among them, New Men (1995), translated and published in English as an electronic text (Michigan, 2014), a precursory work in Mexico in the study of religious diversity from social and cultural perspectives.

His other work, Beyond Diplomacy (SRE, 2006), is an overview of Mexico's relations with Bolivia, Ecuador, and Peru, between the 18th and the 20th centuries. He has published numerous articles and book chapters in publishing houses as the Fund for Economic Culture, Siglo XXI, El Colegio de México, the Dr. José María Luis Mora Research Institute, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, the Autonomous University of Yucatan and various entities of the UNAM.

In teaching, he has worked in the baccalaureate of the Incorporated System of UNAM, in FES Acatlán and in the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters. He is tutor of the postgraduate course in Latin American Studies. Has conducted or evaluated undergraduate, master's and doctoral theses inside and outside this house of studies. He has taught special courses at the Southern Methodist universities in the United States; Gröningen, in the Netherlands; Götingen, Germany, and Deusto, in Spain.

Main lines of research:

    ● Diversidad religiosa en América Latina
    ● Relaciones entre los países latinoamericanos siglo XIX
    ● Liberalismo y moral pública




ruizg@unam.mx; ruizg@servidor.unam.mx

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