(Santiago (Chile), Chile, 1915 - Santiago (Chile), Chile, 1985)
"Mario Góngora del Campo (Santiago, 22 de junio de 1915 - Santiago, 18 de noviembre de 1985) fue un destacado historiador chileno, Premio Nacional 1976."
"Mario Góngora del Campo (June 22, 1915 - November 18, 1985) was a Chilean historian considered "one of the most important Chilean historians of the 20th century". Though his work he examined the history of the inquilinos, the encomentaderos, rural vagabonds and Indian Law (Derecho Indiano). He was in charge of university courses on medieval history. In 1943 Góngora entered to work as teacher at the Pedagogy School (Escuela de Pedagogía) at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. There he assisted Jaime Eyzaguirre in the History of Chile (Historia de Chile) classes. Most of the students of the time were priests, nuns and brothers."