The writer and journalist Renato Cisneros visited Universidad del Pacífico to give a lecture on «Literatura y familia: un testimonio personal» («Literature and family: a personal testimony») a talk where the author explains the creative procedure of his novels «La Distancia que nos Separa» («The Distance that Separates Us») and «Dejarás la Tierra» («You will leave the Earth»): the bibliographical research, the literary debts, the narrative decisions, the before and after of each publication.
The conference provides reflections on a variety of topics linked to each other: the literary vocation, the boundary between fiction and reality, the scope of the self-referential genre, personal privacy as a field that can be turned into work material, the political need (or not) of a "memory literature."
Universidad del Pacífico lawyer, Sandra Dalfiume, presented her first book. The publication questions the transboundary environmental impact assessments that are currently being carried out in Peru.
With 900 grocery stores, downtown Lima is one of the areas with the greatest traditional channel concentration. Despite their high density, these businesses do not have loading and unloading spaces. In Miraflores, 8% have this type of area.
For the Bank of
Tokyo-Mitsubishi professor at MIT, in order to face a catastrophe, the
challenge is to transform the research findings into willingness to pay so as
to prevent it.