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List of University of San Carlos of Guatemala people

Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala
Notable students and faculty

This article is an annex to Universidad de San Carlos. For information on the University see: Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala

Contents

  • A 1
  • B 2
  • C 3
  • D 4
  • F 5
  • G 6
  • H 7
  • I 8
  • L 9
  • M 10
  • O 11
  • P 12
  • Q 13
  • R 14
  • S 15
  • U 16
  • V 17
  • Z 18
  • Presidents of Guatemala and other Central America countries 19
  • Notes and references 20
    • Notes 20.1
    • References 20.2
    • Bibliography 20.3
  • External links 21

A

Name Occupation
Aceña Durán, Ramón
(1895-1945)
pharmacist, poet, playwright and journalist[1]
Aguilar Batres, Raúl
(1910-1964)
civil engineer[2]
Arenales Catalán, Emilio
(1922-1969)
lawyer and diplomat[3]
Arévalo Martínez, Rafael writer, journalist and historian[4]
Arjona, Ricardo musician, singer and composer
Asturias, Miguel Angel
(1899-1974)
lawyer, sociologist and Nobel prize winner writer
Aycinena y Piñol, Juan José
(1792-1865)
conservative thinker, faculty member, politician, catholic priest and bishop[5][6][7][8][9][10]
Aycinena y Piñol, Mariano de
(1789-1855)
conservative politician and entrepreneur[11]

B

Name Occupation
Batres Jáuregui, Antonio
(1847-1929)
lawyer, faculty member, politician and diplomat[12]
Batres Montúfar, José
(1809-1844)
poet, military officer and engineer[13]
Bauer Paiz, Alfonso
(1918-2011)
faculty member, lawyer and politician[14][15]
Bianchi, Julio
(1879-1958)
Physician and surgeon, politician and diplomat.[16]

C

Name Occupation
Cáceres Lehnhoff, Eduardo
(1906-1980)
lawyer, faculty member, phylinatropist and politician[17]
Carranza Ramírez, Ramón
(1819-1895)  Costa Rica
lawyer and faculty member
Carrillo, Hugo
(1929-1994)
playwright
Castañeda Heuberger, Aldo
(1930- )
Physician and surgeon[18]
Castañeda de León, Oliverio
(1955-1978)
student leader
Castillo, Otto René guerrilla poet[19]
Cerna, Ismael
(1856-1901)
poet and army lieutenant
Colom Argueta, Manuel
(1932-1979)
sociologist and politician [20]
Coronado Aguilar, Manuel lawyer, numismatist and historian

D

Name Occupation
del Valle, José Cecilio journalist and intellectual
Delgado and de León, José Matías  El Salvador
(1767-1832)
Catholic priest and politician
Díaz-Gomar, Roberto
(1946- )
movie, theater and television actor

F

Name Occupation
Fernández-Hall Zúñiga, Francisca
(1921-2002)
1st female engineer in Central America, 1st female diplomat[21]
Figueroa, Rodulfo  Mexico
(1866-1899)
poet and Physician[22]
Flores, José Felipe
(1751-1814)
Physician[23]
Fortuny, José Manuel
(1916-2005)
Líder comunista[24]
Fuentes Mohr, Alberto economist and politician

G

Name Occupation
Galich, Manuel
(1913-1984)
lawyer and playwright
Gómez Carrillo, Agustín attorney, historian and intellectual
Gómez, Ignacio
(1813-1879)  El Salvador
diplomat, jurista, writer and journalist
González Palma, Luis
(1957 - )
professional photographer[25]
Guerrero, José Gustavo
(1876-1958)  El Salvador
lawyer, diplomat and politician
Gutiérrez and Lizaurzábal, Agustín  Costa Rica lawyer
Guzmán-Böckler, Carlos lawyer, historian and sociologist

H

Name Occupation
Herrera, Flavio Novel writer, journalist, and lawyer[26]

I

Name Occupation
Irías Midence, José Nicolás
(1774-1842)
catholic priest

L

Name Occupation
Landívar, Rafael poet, professor and jesuit priest
Lanuza, Luigi Movie maker
La Rue, Frank William Human Rights activist
Larrazábal and Arrivillaga, Antonio
(1769-1853)
catholic priest, politician and diplomat[27]
López, Carlos
(1954-)
poet

M

Name Occupation
Maldonado Aguirre, Alejandro
(1936- )
politician and lawyer
Marroquín Rojas, Clemente lawyer, writer, journalist and historian[28]
Martínez Peláez, Severo faculty member, sociologist and historian[29]
Marure, Alejandro
(1806-1851)
faculty member, lawyer and historian
Mazariegos, Fernando pharmacist
Mejía Colindres, Vicente Honduras Physician and surgeon, politician and broadcaster
Méndez, Francisco Alejandro
(1964 - )
writer and faculty member[30][31]
Méndez de Penedo, Lucrecia
(1943-)
Ensayista and catedrática
Mijángos López, Adolfo
( -1971)
lawyer, politician and faculty member
Milla and Vidaurre, José
(1822-1882)
Novel writer, historian and diplomat
Molina Mazariegos, Pedro
(1777-1854)
Physician, founding father and professor[32]
Molina Orantes, Adolfo lawyer, faculty member, phylinatropist[33][34]
Monteforte Toledo, Mario
(1911-2003)
writer, sociologist and politician
Montúfar, Lorenzo historian, diplomat, lawyer and faculty member[35]

O

Name Occupation
Orantes, Alfonso
(1896-1985)
poet and lawyer[36][37]
Orellana Pinto, José María
(1872-1926)
engineer, military officer and politician[10]
Osorio Paz, Saúl economist, communist intellectual and university president

P

Name Occupation
Payeras, Mario
(1940-1995)
guerilla leader and poet
Pontaza, Georgina
(1976- )
actress, singer, choreographer, theater director and producer[38]

Q

Name Occupation
Quintana Rodas, José B. Epaminondas
(1896-1995)
Writer and Physician

R

Name Occupation
Ramirez de León, Ricardo Arnoldo
(1929-1998)
lawyer and guerilla leader
Recinos, Adrián
(1886-1962)
politician, historian, writer, diplomat and translator [39]
Recinos, Efraín architect, engineer and artist
Rosa Soto, Ramón
(1848–1893)
lawyer, journalist, politician and liberal writer and think[40]

S

Name Occupation
Soto Martínez, Marco Aurelio
(1846-1908)
liberal politician and lawyer[40]
Spínola, Rafael
(1866-1901)
Physician, public speaker, journalist and politician[41]

U

Name Occupation
Urrutia Mendoza, Claudio lieutenant colonel and civil engineer[42]

V

Name Occupation
Vela, Francisco lieutenant colonel and engineer
Vela Salvatierra, David writer and journalist [43]
Vian Morales, Oscar Julio
(1947- )
catholic priest and bishop
Villagrán Kramer, Francisco lawyer and politician
Viñals, Jaime mountaineer

Z

Name Occupation
Zavala, José Víctor lawyer and military officer.[44]

Presidents of Guatemala and other Central America countries

Name Occupation Country
Aycinena and Piñol, Mariano de
Governor of the State of Guatemala from 1827 to 1829 [1] Guatemala
Aycinena, Pedro de
Acting president in 1865 [2] Guatemala
Bográn, Luis
(1849-1895)
President  Honduras
Cerezo, Vinicio President from 1986 to 1991  Guatemala
Colom Caballeros, Alvaro President from 2008 to 2012  Guatemala
José Matías Delgado Head of State  El Salvador
Díaz Cabeza de Vaca, Alejandro  El Salvador First governor of the State of Guatemala from 1822 to 1824 [1] Guatemala
Dueñas, Francisco President  El Salvador
Escobar, José Bernardo President from 1848 to 1849 [3] Guatemala
Estrada Cabrera, Manuel President from 1898 to 1920.  Guatemala[4]
Herrera y Díaz del Valle, Justo Vicente José de
(1786-1856)
Head of State  Honduras
Fernández Oreamuno, Próspero President  Costa Rica
Gálvez, Mariano Governor of the State of Guatemala from 1831 to 1838 [1] Guatemala
Méndez Montenegro, Julio César President from 1966 to 1970  Guatemala
Rivera Paz, Mariano Governor of the State of Guatemala from 1838 to 1844 [5] Guatemala
Palma, Baudilio Acting president in 1930  Guatemala
Salazar Castro, Carlos
(1800 - 1867)
  • 1834: Acting head of State
  • 1839: Acting head of State
Serrano Elías, Jorge President from 1991 to 1993  Guatemala
Soto, Marco Aurelio President from 1876 to 1880 and from 1881 to 1883  Honduras
del Valle, Andrés President from January to May 1876  Honduras

Notes and references

Notes

  1. ^ a b c was the flag of the State of Guatemala until 1838.
  2. ^ was the flag of the Republic of Guatemala under Rafael Carrera starting in 1858 and lasted until 1871.
  3. ^ was the flag of Guatemala from 1843 to 1851.
  4. ^ Graduated from the Western College of Law, founded by Justo Rufino Barrios in 1877 .
  5. ^ a b was the flag of Guatemala from 1838 to 1844.

References

  1. ^ Asociación de Amigos del País 2004.
  2. ^ Ramírez 2004.
  3. ^ United Nations n.d..
  4. ^ Sitio oficial de Carlos Valenti n.d..
  5. ^ González Davison 2008, p. 8-14.
  6. ^ Woodward 1993.
  7. ^ Woodward 2002.
  8. ^ González Davison 2008.
  9. ^ Chandler 1978, p. 164.
  10. ^ a b Hernández de León 1930.
  11. ^ González Davison 2008, p. 426.
  12. ^ Mendoza 1946, p. 173.
  13. ^ Recinos 1962.
  14. ^ González Moraga 2011.
  15. ^ Martiano 2013.
  16. ^ Hernández De León 1930.
  17. ^ Semblanza del Licenciado Eduardo Cáceres Lehnhoff. Google books. Retrieved 19 August 2014. 
  18. ^ "Fundación Aldo Castañeda".  
  19. ^ "Biografía de Otto René Castillo". Otto René Castillo.org. Retrieved 20 August 2014. 
  20. ^ La Hora 2012.
  21. ^ Morang, J (9 July 2014). "Mujeres y la Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala". Periódico Digital ECC (in Spanish). Guatemala City, Guatemala: Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala. Retrieved 19 June 2015. 
  22. ^ Es Chiapas: Rodulfo Figueroa. Retrieved 29 August 2014.
  23. ^ "Los estudios médicos de José Felipe Flores". El desarrollo histórico. December 2012. Retrieved 20 August 2014. 
  24. ^ "José Manuel Fortuny". La onda digital. Retrieved 13 August 2014. 
  25. ^ St. James Press 1996.
  26. ^ Tobar 1994.
  27. ^ Belaubre 2015
  28. ^ Ishlaj Conde de González 2006.
  29. ^ CEUR 1998, p. 1.
  30. ^ "Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica". Retrieved 25 December 2012. 
  31. ^ "Datos sobre Francisco Alejandro Méndez". Página de la literatura guatemalteca. 23 May 2006. Retrieved 10 December 2014. 
  32. ^ "Doctor Pedro Molina Mazariegos". DeGuate. Retrieved 18 September 2014. 
  33. ^ Corte internacional de La Haya 1955, p. 5.
  34. ^ "Ni uno vivo: Tragedia en la Embajada de España en Guatemala". YouTube. Retrieved 20 August 2014. 
  35. ^ Mendoza 1946, p. 168.
  36. ^ Quintana 1971, p. 15.
  37. ^ Asturias 1978, p. 196.
  38. ^ Seguros Universales 2013.
  39. ^ Hilton n.d., p. 44.
  40. ^ a b Molina Jiménez 2001, p. 156.
  41. ^ Carrera Mejía n.d., p. 1-2.
  42. ^ "Más de 100 personajes sobresalientes". Guateside. July 2012. Retrieved 20 August 2014. 
  43. ^ "Biografía de David Vela". Municipalidad de Guatemala en línea. Retrieved 20 September 2014. 
  44. ^ Dueñas Van Severen 2006.

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