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Víctor Tau Anzoátegui


Víctor Tau Anzoátegui - Universidad de Buenos Aires (ARGENTINA)

Víctor Tau Anzoátegui earned his PhD in Law and Social Sciences from the University of Buenos Aires and is a Senior Researcher at the National Scientific and Technological Research Council of Argentina. He is a Professor of History of Argentine Law at the University of Buenos Aires, first Vice-president of the National Academy of the History of Argentina and Sub-director of the Buenos Aires Research Institute of the History of Law.

He has been visiting professor at various universities, among them the University of Hamburg, Oviedo and the Autonoma of Barcelona and has spent more than forty years researching the History of Law, specializing in Argentine National Law of the 19th and 20th centuries, the creation and application of Indian Law and Local and Provincial Law.

He is, in addition, a member of the Buenos Aires National Academy of Law and Social Sciences, an emeritus member of the Portuguese Academy of History and a corresponding member of various academies of history at an international level. Among his many distinctions is the National Prize for Archeology and History in Argentina.


PROJECT: Local law on the periphery of the Spanish Monarchy, as pertains to the area of Indian Law History. The case of the Río de Plata and Tucumán Provinces (16th - 18th centuries).



1. "El taller del jurista" Sobre la Colección Documental de don Benito de la Mata Linares, oidor y consejero de Indias. Autor: Víctor Tau Anzoategui. Libro publicado por la Universidad Carlos III / Editorial Dykinson Madrid (En imprenta)