Tomás Ariel Bulat (12 September 1964 – 31 January 2015) was an Argentine economist, journalist, writer, and professor. He was known for his report on channel A24. He wrote some books about the economy. Some of those books are La economía de tu vida , "Estamos Como Somos" and la Economía descubierta . Bulat was born in Buenos Aires.
Bulat was born in Buenos Aires, and died in Ramallo, Buenos Aires Province, after being killed in a car crash, aged 50.
Luisa Valenzuela is a post-'Boom' novelist and short story writer. Her writing is characterized by an experimental style which questions hierarchical social structures from a feminist perspective. She is best known for her work written in response to the dictatorship of the 1970s in Argentina. Works such as Como en la guerra (1977), Cambio de armas (1982) and Cola de lagartija (1983) combine a powerful critique of dictatorship with an examination of patriarchal forms of social organization and the power structures which inhere in human sexuality and gender relationships.
Eladia Blázquez was an Argentine tango singer and composer. Born in Avellaneda, Buenos Aires Province, El corazón al sur is considered her most popular tango.
César Aira is an Argentinian writer and translator, and an exponent of contemporary Argentinian literature. Aira has published over a hundred short books of stories, novels and essays. In fact, at least since 1993 a hallmark of his work is a truly frenetic level of writing and publication—two to five novella-length books each year. He has lectured at the University of Buenos Aires, on Copi and Arthur Rimbaud, and at the University of Rosario on Constructivism and Stéphane Mallarmé, and has translated and edited books from France, England, Italy, Brazil, Spain, Mexico, and Venezuela.
Marcela Morelo is an Argentine singer-songwriter. She has released eight critically acclaimed studio albums, which all earned either Gold of Platinum record. Morelo also won five Gardel Awards, the most prestigious musical award in Argentina.
Olga Zubarry was a classic Argentine actress who appeared in film between 1943 and 1997. She made over 60 appearances in film, spanning 6 decades of Argentine cinema, but is best known for her work during the Golden Age of Argentine Cinema. Throughout the course of her career, she received four Silver Condor Awards, two Martín Fierro Awards, a Konex Foundation Award and several others for her films and television performances. She is credited with starring in the first film in Argentina which featured nudity, though only her back was shown and she stated repeatedly that she wore a flesh-colored mesh and was not truly nude.
Nélida Dodó López Valverde better known as Nelly Beltrán was an Argentine actress. She appeared on the radio from the age of 10 and in 85 theatrical performances, 48 films and 3 dozen television shows between 1953 and 1996. She won a Martín Fierro Award as Best Comic Actress for her television work on La hermana San Sulpicio; participated in the film Pajarito Gómez which won the Best Youth Film award at the 15th Berlin International Film Festival; won a Konex Foundation Award; and was honored by the Argentina Actors Association in 2004 for her career contributions.
The May Revolution was a series of revolutionary political and social events that took place during the early nineteenth century in the city of Buenos Aires, capital of the Viceroyalty of the Río de la Plata, a colony of the Spanish Crown which at the time contained the present-day nations of Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay and Uruguay. The consequence of the revolution was that the head of the Viceroyalty, Viceroy Cisneros, was ousted from office, and role of government was assumed by the Primera Junta. There are many reasons, both local and international, that promoted such developments.
Bernardo Kliksberg is an Argentine Doctor of Economics, recognized around the world as the founder of a new discipline, social management, and a pioneer of development ethics, social capital and corporate social responsibility. His books, papers, advisory work, and research, applies an interdisciplinary approach integrating contributions of different social sciences.
The Inca plan was a proposal formulated in 1816 by Manuel Belgrano to the Congress of Tucumán, aiming to crown an Inca. After the Declaration of Independence of the United Provinces of South America, the Congress discussed the form of government that should be used. Belgrano proposed that the country be ruled by a Constitutional monarchy headed by an ethnic Inca. The proposal was supported by José de San Martín, Martín Miguel de Güemes and the northern provinces, but found strong resistance from Buenos Aires. The Congress would ultimately reject it, creating instead a Republican government.
Florencia Abbate is an Argentine writer, poet and journalist. She is one of the founders of the feminist collective Ni una menos.
The May Revolution was a week-long series of revolutionary events that took place from May 18 to May 25, 1810, in Buenos Aires. It started the Argentine War of Independence, and it is considered the birth of modern Argentina.
Andrés "Andy" Freire is an Argentine entrepreneur. For almost two years, he was Minister of Modernization, Innovation and Technology of the City of Buenos Aires. He was also the main candidate to legislators of the City of Buenos Aires by the front Vamos Juntos. As an entrepreneur which is where he devoted most of his professional life, he is globally recognized for having co-founded and led Officenet, a company that revolutionized the industry of distribution (retail) of office supplies in Latin America raising over 50M USD from investors including Goldman Sachs, GE Capital, George Soros, JP Morgan Chase, Warburg Pincus, KKR, Thomas H. Lee Partners, FleetBoston Financial, GP Investimentos and Banco Santander. Andy also co-founded Restorando, Sirena and Trocafone, all high growth tech companies in Latin America.
Mariana Enríquez is an Argentine journalist, novelist, and short story writer.
Emma Barrandeguy was an Argentine writer, journalist, poet, storyteller and playwright.
Estudios San Miguel was an Argentine film studio that was active in the 1940s and early 1950s. It flourished during the golden age of Cinema of Argentina, and at its peak was one of the major studios in Buenos Aires. Genres ranged from musical comedy to costume drama and gaucho thriller. Films included La guerra gaucha, co-produced with Artistas Argentinos Asociados, and the comedy Juvenilia (1943), both of which won several major awards. Eva Duarte, soon to become the first lady of Argentina as Eva Perón, appeared in two of the studio's films in 1945. The studio became overextended financially and ceased production after 1952.
Agustina Ortiz de Rozas (1826-1898) was an Argentine philanthropist and political figure, president of the Sociedad de Beneficencia. She was the youngest sister of the general Juan Manuel de Rosas and was born in Buenos Aires. Ortiz married Lucio Norberto Mansilla at 15 years of age and had the five children: Lucio Victorio Mansilla, Eduarda, Lucio Norberto, Agustina and Carlos. She was renowned as one of the most beautiful women of her time according to many of her contemporaries. She played some role in Argentina's founding.
Viviana Gorbato was an Argentine journalist, writer, and university professor.
Joan Cwaik is an Argentinian entrepreneur, speaker, technology communicator and technologist. He is the Latin American Marketing Manager of Maytronics Ltd., an Israeli company which develops robotic pool cleaners. He also coordinated the Technologic Communication Center of the UADE Foundation, which belongs to Universidad Argentina de la Empresa. In 2020 he published his first book 7R: Las siete revoluciones tecnológicas que transformarán nuestra vida.
Mercedes D'Alessandro is an Argentinean writer and economist. She wrote the book Feminist Economics: How to Build a Society , published in Argentina, Mexico, Colombia, and Spain, and currently in its fifth issue. D'Alessandro is also a co-founder of the digital publication Economia Femini(s)ta. This publication's goal is to produce and promote economic information with a gender perspective.
The Jewish Social Democratic Labour Organization in Argentina (Avangard) was a Jewish socialist organization in Argentina. Avangard was founded on January 20, 1907, by a group of Jewish socialists inspired by the General Jewish Labour Bund in Lithuania, Poland and Russia. The organization had its office on Mexico 2070, Buenos Aires.
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