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The publication in which the FACSEJ academic, Dr. Alex Ovalle Letelier participated, was published in the Andean Dialogue magazine of the University of Tarapacá, which is indexed in Scopus and has an impact factor Q1, that is, it is framed within the most prestigious publications for the number of citations internationally.

The participation of the academic of the Department of Social Sciences of the Faculty of Social, Business and Legal Sciences of the University of La Serena, Dr. Alex Ovalle Letelier, is part of a historiographic publication of high scientific-disciplinary impact.

It is in the week of December 23, 2019, that the last issue of the Andean Dialogue Magazine was published whose dossier “Social networks in historical perspective: Case studies in South America, XVII-XX centuries”, brings the article Bridges on Earth . Broker strategies in a land sale network. Pichidegua, Chile, 1820-1845 by professors Víctor Brangier Peñailillo, Alexis Matheu Pérez and Alex Ovalle.

The publication is the result of linking the Research Program in History and Regional Heritage (ULS) with the HISONET project, where six research institutes and centers from Spain, Argentina, Colombia and Chile participate.

For Dr. Alex Ovalle, the participation and relevance of the publication is highlighted nationally. “Prospect the future incorporation of themes related to the Coquimbo Region, based on the project entitled 'Historical analysis of cultural and economic dynamics around the San Juan de Dios Hospital in La Serena. Medicine, Charity and Social Networks in a local context (1740-1830) ´, which is funded by the Directorate of Research and Development of the University of La Serena, ”he said.

The participation and publication of high impact articles demonstrates the research, academic and teaching responsibility of the academic body of the University of La Serena in favor of the deep development of regional and national issues with high impact for global knowledge.

Written by Paula Godoy, ULS journalist