Milagros Romero Torres
Milagros is a researcher by nature and loves cultivating social relationships. She is a Historian by San Marcos National University (UNMSM), specializing in Public Management from the Ricardo Palma University. Also, she is pursuing a Master’s studies in Conservation and Management of Built Heritage at Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería (UNI). Milagros is founding member of both the “ASESHIS” Association and “ALARIFES”, both of which promote and research about the peruvian heritage and culture. Milagros is a researcher at the ISHRA-UNMSM and leads the Monumental Heritage Rescue team. Moreover, Milagros has demonstrated experience in studies and management of Monumental Heritage in integral projects such as the “Urban Renewal and Regeneration of the Historic Center of Lima”. In that regard, Milagros was in charge of the historical investigations of heritage in PROLIMA and participated in projects developed by EMILIMA such as the “Municipal Theater”, “Manzana del Rastro y la Soledad” and “Parque de la Reserva”. Milagros is a researcher of urban processes and territorial planning of Lima from an historical perspective, as demonstrated in heritage intervention projects, including “Historical study of the National Mint of Lima” and “Historical evolution of the buildings of the National Superior Autonomous School of Fine Arts of Peru”. Milagros has been coordinator for projects such as “Museo Mario Vargas Llosa – Arequipa” and “Expansion and urban processes of Lima 1535-2015”. Currently, Milagros’ main interests are community intervention projects in heritage, focusing on neighbors as the main actors in the recovery and enhancement of heritage, directing the Project “The route of the Cultural Patios of Barrios Altos”.