Tatiana Hidrovo Quiñónez

Tatiana Hidrovo Quiñónez

Tatiana María del Carmen Hidrovo Quiñónez (Portoviejo, 1961) is an Ecuadorian writer, university professor, researcher, historian and politician. From 2007-2008 she was a member of the constituent assembly of Ecuador, whose purpose it was to draft a new constitution for Ecuador. She is the daughter of Horacio Hidrovo Peñaherrera and granddaughter of Horacio Hidrovo Velásquez, both important literary figures in Ecuador. She has written historical books related to the Manabí region of Ecuador, on topics such as politics, the Catholic church, colonial-era proselytization of indigenous populations, and more. She was the president and director of the Ciudad Alfaro Civic Center in Montecristi, Ecuador.

In politics

Tatiana Hidrovo Quiñónez is a member of the País Alliance party, an Ecuadorian social democratic political party. She served in the Ecuadorian Constituent Assembly in 2007–2008, a constitutional assembly in Ecuador tasked with drafting the 2008 Constitution of Ecuador, approved via the Ecuadorian constitutional referendum, 2008.

Videos

Tatiana Hidrovo Quiñónez speaks about the Ciudad Alfaro Civic Center in Montecristi, Ecuador

Uploaded to YouTube in 2014. Year created unknown.

Historian Tatiana Hidrovo Quiñónez speaks of the life of Eloy Alfaro

Uploaded to YouTube in 2016. Year created unknown.

Selected works

  • Historia de Manta en la región Manabí (historia), 2006. Dos tomos de 250 páginas cada uno.
  • Manabí histórico: del conocimiento a la comprensión (historia), 2006. 200 páginas.
  • Evangelización y religiosidad indígena en Puerto Viejo en la época colonial.si
  • Lo andino y lo occidental en la representación del diablo, en los montubios blanco mestizos de Manabí (primera mitad del siglo XX). Ensayo.
  • Cristianización del imaginario y religiosidad de los indios de Puerto Viejo durante la colonia.
  • Álbum Fotográfico de Manabí.
  • Historia de la Iglesia Católica de Manabí.

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