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Roberto Hernandez Montoya

President

Romulo Gallegos Foundation Center for Latin American Studies

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Background Information

Employment History

Director

La BitBlioteca


Columnist

El Nacional


Founder and President

Venezuelan Association of Editors


Publisher

Ateneo de Caracas


Affiliations

Venezuela Analítica

Editor


National Council for Culture Arts & Heritage

Secretary of the Board of Directors


Question

Member of the Editorial Board


Imagen

Member of the Editorial Board


Education

Social Sciences

School of Higher Studies


literature degree

Central University of Venezuela


Web References(8 Total References)


..:recycled minds:..: August 2009

www.recycledminds.com [cached]

An interview with Roberto Hernandez Montoya, president of the Romulo Gallegos Foundation Center for Latin American Studies in Venezuela, likewise explored "freedom of expression" in what he terms "media totalitarianism.


TMS: TRANSCEND Media Service

www.transcend.org [cached]

An interview with Roberto Hernandez Montoya, president of the Romulo Gallegos Foundation Center for Latin American Studies (CELARG) in Venezuela.


petroleumworld

www.petroleumworld.com [cached]

The current Director of the Romulo Gallegos Literary Center, Mr. Roberto Hernandez Montoya, has simply decided that the current prize will not be paid in full but that many new deductions will be applied.


eBooks: 1995 – Libraries launched websites

www.gutenbergnews.org [cached]

Roberto Hernández Montoya, an editor of Venezuela Analítica, an electronic magazine offering a small digital library, wrote in September 1998: "The printed text can't be replaced, at least not for the foreseeable future.


INTERRACIAL VOICE - Guest Editorial

www.interracialvoice.com [cached]

As Roberto Hernandez Montoya, the editor of a Venezuelan on-line publication, says, most Latin Americans have never felt a living link with that distant archipelago.


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