Colombia’s 2018 Elections on Twitter

Publication Date: Jan 23 2018
Vol 1 Issue 1

Abstract The analysis of December’s tweets shows that the campaign has just started on this platform. The language used by the different actors points at some of the flags they intend to use to attract voters, but also how they … read more




García Márquez: Journey into the English-Speaking World

Publication Date: Feb 23 2019
Vol 2 Issue 3

In 1982, when he won the Nobel Prize in Literature, Gabriel García Márquez crossed the threshold of universal fame; or at least, the threshold of fame into the English-speaking world. His name appeared in some of the most prestigious English-speaking … read more


If Twitter were an opinion poll…Petro would win on Sunday

Publication Date: May 25 2018
Vol 1 Issue 6

Retweeting networks show two clear favorites for the second round: Petro and Duque. Abstract If Twitter were an opinion poll, the winners in Sunday’s Presidential Election (first round) in Colombia would be, in this order: Gustavo Petro, followed by Iván … read more



March sees an astounding 142% increase in activity

Publication Date: Apr 9 2018
Vol 1 Issue 4

The campaign begins all over again, and Colombians are more interested than ever. Abstract The presidential campaign has begun with new impetus following the March 11th elections to Congress, the Easter holidays and the lack of merger between Fajardo and … read more