Camilo Trumper is an Associate Professor of Latin American History at the University at
Buffalo (SUNY). His first book, Ephemeral Histories: Public Art, Politics and the Struggle for
the Street in Chile (University of California Press, 2016), was awarded the 2018 Latin American
Studies Historia Reciente y Memoria Section Best Book Award, the 2017 Latin American
Studies Southern Cone Studies Section Best Book Prize, the 2017 North England Council of
Latin American Studies Marysa Navarro Best Book Prize, and received an Honorable Mention
for the 2017 Southern Historical Association Latin American and Caribbean Section Murdo J.
MacLeod Book Prize. He is currently working on a second book project on writing, exile, and
archives in dictatorship.
Terri Gordon-Zolov and Eric Zolov with Camilo TrumperBy Camilo Trumper
Eric and Terri immersed themselves in a project to document the “walls of Santiago”turning their expertise as interdisciplinary scholars of culture, politics, gender, literature, and history onto a political revolution playing out before them on the streets and walls of the city they were making home.