As literary publisher, he ran Editorial Confluencia and El Calafate Editores. He is currently the editor in chief of Anaquel Editora. He has worked in historical research projects on Argentina’s cinema, transport and political life. Jorge Carman has also published magazines and news stories for different newspapers in Argentina and Italy. He was the spokesperson for the Department of Culture (under the administration of Mr Torcuato Di Tella Jr.) and the editorial coordinator for the Third International Congress of the Spanish Language. He is the Chair of the Association of Friends of the National History Museum.
Head of historical research
He graduated as Professor of Philosophy from the University of Buenos Aires. He holds a Master of Arts from the University of London and a PhD (with distinction in Philosophy) from the National University of Rosario. Between 1993 and 1996, he furthered his graduate studies at the University of London and the Albert-Ludwig-University of Freiburg in Breisgau. Since 1997, Roberto Casazza has developed a range of historical research activities at the National Library. He also teaches History of Medieval Philosophy at the University of Buenos Aires and History of Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy at the National University of Rosario. He has run Historia Urbana since 1998 and has published over 20 books of historical and institutional content.
PhD (History) at University of Buenos Aires, where he also obtained his BA degree on History, and Magister in Historical Research at Universidad of San Andrés (Buenos Aires, Argentina). He develops long-term research projects on the economic and social history of the Río de la Plata. His research work has been recognized by the Spanish Association of Economic History with the “Ramón Carande” Prize, and by the Argentine Association of Economic History with the 2016 Prize for the Best Thesis in Argentine Economic History.
Communication & Media
Graduated in Business Administration (Universidad de Buenos Aires), he did a specialization in digital marketing at Coderhouse Academy (Buenos Aires, Argentina). He lectures on Marketing and Communication at Universidad de Belgrano, Universidad Argentina de la Empresa and Universidad de Flores, where he is also the academic coordinator of the UFLO Center for Entrepreneurs. He is also the founder and director of DigiSolución (www.digisolucion.com.ar), an undertaking dedicated to offering solutions in offline and online marketing. He is a specialist in communication of historical contents on social networks, an expertise that combines access to rigorous sources on the past with the flexibility of the digital universe of the present. He has taken part in communication projects for museums and develops currently contents related to his specialization for Historia Urbana.
Translation, editing and interviews
She holds a degree in Spanish-French Scientific, Technical and Literary Translation. She has translated a number of classic and contemporary French authors into Spanish. Alicia Chiesa has provided proofreading and editing services to several publishing houses since 1988. She has also worked for a long time as proofreader and editor for the Argentine Department of Culture, C&M, Editorial Confluencia, El Calafate Editores, Anaquel Editora, Historia Urbana and Masalsur magazine.
She graduated from the University of Buenos Aires. She was part of Charly García’s design team (2012-2014): design pieces for concerts; iTunes LP 60x60’s box; conceptual and visual effects design for Líneas Paralelas; concerts at Teatro Colón and subsequent tour under the art direction of Renata Schussheim. Marta Minujín, happenings y performances (book) for the Department of Culture of the City of Buenos Aires. Catalogues for the exhibitions Borges. Ficciones de un tiempo infinito and 200 años. Pasado, presente y futuro (CCK 2016). Other major clients include Telefónica de Argentina, Metrovías, SBASE, Escuela de Dirección y Negocios (IAE), Cerámica San Lorenzo, Taeda Editora and EMI Argentina.
He has been an artistic photographer since 1994. Martín has also provided corporate photography services for companies such as Telefónica de Argentina, Techint, Universidad San Andrés, Universidad Austral, IAE, Boehringer Ingelheim, Pepsico, Don Mario Semillas, among others. His photographs have been published in the media, including El Gráfico, Clarín and Le Monde Diplomatique. In 2003 and 2004 he exhibited his photos at the “Fourth Latin-American Documentary Photography Exhibition” in Albacete, Spain. He currently works for different design studios and advertisement agencies. He has collaborated with Historia Urbana since 2003.