UCL Institute of the Americas


Dr Paulo Drinot interviewed for new major documentary film

11 October 2019

Institute of the Americas Professor of Latin American History, Dr Paulo Drinot, has been interviewed for a new major documentary film on Peru’s 1969 agrarian reform, ‘La revolución y la tierra’.

‘La revolución y la tierra’

For further information on the documentary and to view the trailer, please click here.

Paulo Drinot 

Dr Paulo Drinot is an Associate Professor of Latin American History. His main research focus is the history of Peru in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. His thematic interests include labour history and state formation, racism and exclusion, gender and sexuality, the social history of medicine, and memory and historiography. His current projects include a monograph on prostitution, venereal disease and state formation in Peru, c. 1850-1950, an edited collection on the Revolutionary Government of the Armed Forces (1968-1975) in Peru, and an edited volume on comics and collective memory in Latin America.