González, David Madrigal; Alejandro, Jesús; Ramírez, Hernández; Kalixto, Patricia Eugenia Almaguer; Alcántara, Javier Contreras
June 2007
Estudios Sobre las Culturas Contemporáneas;jun2007, Vol. 13 Issue 25, p89
Academic Journal
Collaborations of the following section have been elaborated by national and foreign researchers close to ESCC and Programa Cultura; not only as members of their extended and multiple work networks, but through the ties of affection that have established throughout so many years of efforts and shared achievements. The Research Team of the Communication Science School of Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí (Mexico) offers an analytical account on the contributions of Culturas Contemporáneas to the academic field of that city. Marta Rizo sees herself remembering the relation that was established between our magazine and her academic trajectory; and Francisco Bernete describes his «colimote adventures» throughout more than fifteen years.


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