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Fortunato Mallimaci

Fortunato Mallimaci

Professor and Researcher / CONICET (Scientific and Technical Research Council of Argentina) and Buenos Aires University, ARGENTINA

Fortunato Mallimaci has a PhD in Sociology from The School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences in Paris, France. His research interests include historical sociology of Catholicism; religious groups in popular sectors; poverty and social policies.

Fortunato Mallimaci is a specialist in relations between religious groups, the state and society. He has worked with popular religious groups and conducted several research projects in this area at national and international level. He is head of the “Society, Culture and Religion Group” in CONICET.

Recent Publications:

  • Atlas de las creencias religiosas en la Argentina. Biblos, 2013
     
  • Cristianismos en América Latina. Tiempo presente, historias y memorias. Buenos Aires, CLACSO, 2013
     
  • Nacionalistas y nacionalismos: debates y escenarios en América latina y Europa. Editorial Gorla, 2011

 

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