Alexis Oliva

Alexis Oliva belongs to Generation X. He received a Bachelor's Degree in Social Communication from the National University of Córdoba, to later immerse himself in journalism marked by research and narrative, social conflict and human rights. Between 2003 and 2010, he collaborated with the research for Horacio Verbitsky's books on the political history of the Argentine Catholic Church. In 2010, he covered for Agence France-Presse (AFP) the "Videla" trial of the political prisoners in the Córdoba prison Massacre of 1976. In 2015, he investigated and wrote the script for the docu-fictional series "Gallos Rojos" (Red Roosters) El Calefón – INCAA). He was a professor of Journalism and Literature and Journalistic Investigation at the National University of Catamarca. Currently, he is part of the Journalistic Writing II chair and is secretary of Production and Transmedia at the Faculty of Communication Sciences at UNC. He writes for the magazine El Sur, El Cohete a la Luna, the collective Diciembre and Agencia Presentes. In 2015, he published with Ediciones Recovecos the book "Everything that power hates – A biography of Viviana Avendaño" and in 2022 "Violence was born with me – Chronicles of lives in conflict".
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