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Maria Soledad Catoggio


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María Soledad Catoggio is an assistant investigator in the Society, Culture and Religion Program at the National Scientific and Technical Research Council's Center for Labor Studies and Research in Argentina. She is a professor of the social history of Latin America in the Faculty of Social Sciences and the history of Argentina in the Faculty of Economics at the University of Buenos Aires. Catoggio's research has focused on humanitarian efforts and transnational activism in the context of the dictatorships of the Southern Cone. She participated in the research project on “Religious Responses to Violence in Latin America” through the Henry Luce Foundation at American University. She was a participant in the International Higher Education Interfaith Leadership Forum.