Ezequiel Adamovsky

Ezequiel Adamovsky

Historian

After his degree at the University of Buenos Aires, he successfully completed a postgraduate course at University College London. He currently lectures in Argentinian history at San Martín and is a member of the National Scientific and Technical Research Council (CONICET), Argentina’s most respected research institution. He was also a visiting scholar at CNRS in Paris. He is the author of Euro-Orientalism (Oxford, 2006); Historia de la clase media argentina (“History of the middle class in Argentina”; Buenos Aires, 2009); Historia de las clases populares en Argentina, de 1880 a 2003 (“History of the working classes in Argentina from 1880 to 2003”; Buenos Aires, 2012); La marchita, el escudo y el bombo: una historia cultural de los emblemas del peronismo (“The march, the shield and the drum: a cultural history of the emblems of Peronism”; with Esteban Buch, Buenos Aires, 2016); El gaucho indómito: de Martín Fierro a Perón, el emblema imposible de una nación desgarrada (“The indomitable gaucho: from Martín Fierro to Perón, the impossible emblem of a torn  nation”;  Buenos Aires, 2019), and others.
 
In 2009 he was awarded the James Alexander Robertson Memorial Prize, in 2013 the Premio Nacional (the highest award from the Argentinian government for works published in the field of arts and humanities), in 2016 the Premio Bernardo Houssay (the highest award from the Argentinian government in the field of academic research) and in 2020 he received the literature prize Premio Iberoamericano, which is conferred by the Latin American Studies Association.

Contributions by Ezequiel Adamovsky