Mariana Charry Esguerra
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- Field(s): Latin America
- Specialization: Colonial, Imperial and Diasporic History; History of Science, Technology and Medicine; Gender & Sexuality History; Religious & Urban History
- Advisor(s): Paul Ramírez
Mariana Charry Esguerra is a doctoral student in Latin American History and a Research Fellow in the Science Studies cluster. Her main areas of interest include Latin American history, women and gender history, history of childhood, and history of religion and catholicism in Latin America. Mariana holds a B.A. in Literary Studies from the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana and a M.A. in Anthropology from the Universidad de Los Andes, both in Bogotá, Colombia. Before graduate school, she worked as a lecturer in the Literature Department at Pontificia Universidad Javeriana and as a literature and social studies teacher in different high schools in Bogotá.