The National University of Cordoba is established in the year 1613, as it is the oldest university in Argentina and one of the first in the Americas. A rich history of events turned UNC into an important center of cultural, scientific, political and social influence for the country and the region.
Its historical background entails that it Born under the Jesuit Order, the National University of Cordoba had a theological and philosophical profile, during late 18th century legal studies were also added. By the time of mid-19th century, with the enactment of the Constitution, National University of Cordoba was nationalized and theological studies were eliminated from the curriculum. Scientific studies were progressively added. In 1871, Argentina’s first astronomical observatory was created in Cordoba.
At the beginning of 20th century, UNC students were the protagonists of the University Reform Movement, a major turning point in the history of Latin American universities. It took place in 1918 and spread across Latin America while claiming scientific reasoning against dogmatism, freedom of thought, social commitment and the democratization of university government through participation of student governing body.
Editors, Contributors and Speakers [
The following is the list of scholars from National University of Cordoba who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences