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SCHOOL OF HISTORY

Alfonso Antonio
FERNÁNDEZ VILLA

The professor of the School of History, Alfonso Fernandez Villa, is presented to the general public and the educational community. The photo was taken in close-up, with a white background, and the professor is situated in the center.

Director of Postgraduate Office

Director of GED
Research Group

CONTACT

Information

aafernan@uis.edu.co

+57 (607) 645 1639

GENERAL

Biography

Professor Alfonso Antonio Fernández Villa is a faculty member of the School of History at the Universidad Industrial de Santander. He holds a PhD in Latin American History from the prestigious Pablo de Olavide University in Seville. His extensive experience encompasses various fields, including Colombian History, Latin American History, Modernity, and Modernization in Latin America from a social history perspective, as well as the Social History of the Colombian Caribbean.

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Furthermore, Professor Fernández Villa is an exceptional member of the Research Group on Politics, Sociabilities, and Historical-Educational Representations (PSORHE). His active involvement in this research group underscores his dedication to advancing knowledge in the historical-educational realm.


With a solid background and an outstanding academic trajectory, Professor Alfonso Antonio Fernández Villa has distinguished himself as an expert in his field and as an active contributor to enriching the academic community.

EDUCATION AND

Qualifications

  • Doctor in Latin American History


    Universidad Pablo de Olavide de Sevilla, 2010

  • Master's Degree in Latin American History


    Universidad Internacional de Andalucía, 2001

  • Bachelor of Science in Education, majoring in Social and Economic Sciences.


    Universidad del Atlántico, 1994

Director of Postgraduate Office

Director of
GED Research Group

CONTACT

Information

aafernan@uis.edu.co

+57 (607) 645 1639

AREAS OF

Expertise

  • History of Colombia

  • History of Latin America

  • Modernity and modernization in Latin America from a social history perspective

  • Social history of the Colombian Caribbean

OFFICE

Hours

Tuesdays and Thursdays
8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

UIS Central Campus, Escuela de Historia

Research

Group

AWARDS AND

Recognitions

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