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Peruvian historian Antonio Zapata leaves successful TV history series to return to academia

Peruvian historian Antonio Zapata leaves successful TV history series to return to academia

By Paul Goulder After nine years directing a history series for national television, historian Antonio Zapata has decided it is time to go back to university to teach and do research full time. Sucedió en el Perú has been broadcast on the national television channel, Canal 7, since 2001 and […]

Fujimori, Arana, massacres, impunity and immunity

Fujimori, Arana, massacres, impunity and immunity

By Paul Goulder ~ In April ex-President Fujimori was sentenced to twenty-five years in prison and the long fight for justice by relatives of those killed at Cantuta and Barrios Altos, and who had absolutely no connection with terrorism, have seen some belated and grim reward. It has been called […]

Ramon Castilla’s Dream

Ramon Castilla’s Dream

By Paul Goulder On March 6 Capt. Carlos Saavedra stepped down from his command of the oldest working single-screw iron ship in the world, the Yavari. We might say that she is, together with her sister ship the Yapura (today the Navy’s BAP Puno), not only the oldest but also […]

Sensational diva soprano emerges from Peru’s Southern Andes

By Paul Goulder Puno awoke one morning last week to the arrival of a reporting team from the top-rated Lima television channel to interview Edith Ramos, whose mercurial, multi-octave voice has people calling her the next Ima Sumac, Peru`s greatest soprano during the Hollywood boom era.

by · February 17, 2009 · 0 comments · Arts/Culture, Feature, Multimedia