The historian and anthropologist who makes the school proud.
Graduated in 2014, on December he received the Summa Cum Laude diploma in History awarded by the Universidad de los Andes. He is currently finishing his studies in Anthropology, the second undergraduate program that he has taken at the same University.
His thesis was focused on how democratic societies used to work in the provinces of Cauca and Buenaventura, between 1848 and 1851, as spaces for republican meeting, dispute and negotiation. He approached this issue from a relatively new perspective in historiography: the history of emotions.
His critical spirit, learned in the classrooms of the Gimnasio Moderno, has always defined him as a curious young man, eager for knowledge and very participatory.
In recent years, he has built important personal, social and academic networks that have allowed him to participate in events, conferences and seminars with Latin American historians. Academic activities designed to empower other students.
His achievements highlight the name of the Gimnasio Moderno and for the entire community Camilo is a member of the school who is succeeding.