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Hilary Heath Hilary Heath Hilary Heath is a second year candidate for a Master of International Development at the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at Pitt where she is studying Human Security. She currently works as a graduate student intern for Panoramas and is obtaining a certificate at the Center for Latin American Studies.
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Hillel Eyal hilleleyal Hillel Eyal is a Dan David Fellow at Tel Aviv University working in the field of Latin American history. His research examines the social history of Spanish immigration in colonial Mexico, focusing on the growing conflict between European Spaniards and Mexican-born Creoles towards the end of the colonial period (1750s-1810s). Among his broader historical interests are Atlantic history and comparative colonialism in the early modern world. His thematic interests include social and economic history, historical demography and quantitative methods.
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Jonathan Hiskey Hiskey_LARR is an associate professor of political science at Vanderbilt University. In addition to his work on the role crime and insecurity play in the emigration decision, Hiskey's recent research also explores the political and development implications of migration for sending communities in Latin America, and the role migrants play in those processes. His research on these issues has appeared in such outlets as Comparative Political Studies, Studies in Comparative International Development, and the Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
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Hugo M. Viera Hugo M. Viera My name is Hugo M. Viera, and I am an Assistant Professor of Spanish at Westfield State University in Westfield, MA. I am interested in the construction of alternate realities and crime narratives in Latin American fiction and nonfiction. I have published articles on fin-de-siecle modernista writers and the Onda writers from Mexico.
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Calla Hummel Hummel_LARR Calla Hummel is an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Miami. She studies the politics of informal markets and corruption, particularly in the Americas, using ethnographic, computational, statistical, and game theoretical research methods.
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Ignacio Mamone ignacio.mamone Miguel Ignacio Mamone es becario de posgrado del Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET) y profesor asistente de la Universidad Católica Argentina. Ha realizado la Maestría en Ciencia Política de la Universidad Torcuato Di Tella. En 2015, comienza sus estudios de doctorado en el departamento de Ciencia Política de la Universidad de Pittsburgh. Ha publicado artículos en Latin American Politics and Society, Revista Iberoamericana de Estudios Legislativos, Revista de Ciencia Política (Chile) y Desarrollo Económico.
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Ignacio Arana Ignacio_Arana Ignacio is a postdoctoral fellow in the Institute for Politics and Strategy at Carnegie Mellon University. His research interests center on Latin America and include presidential behavior, constitutional change, judicial politics, informal institutions, executive-legislative relations, and elections. He has published articles in the Journal of Legislative Studies, Latin American Politics and Society, Latin American Perspectives and Política. Before entering the Ph.D., he worked at the international desks of the newspapers El Mercurio (Chile, 2002-2008) and ABC (Spain, 2008). He can be reached at www.ignacioarana.com. Webpage: http://www.ignacioarana.com
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Ilan Ehrlich Ilan Ehrlich Ilan Ehrlich is an assistant professor of history at Bergen Community College. He is the author of Eduardo Chibás: The Incorrigible Man of Cuban Politics (Rowman & Littlefield, 2015). He earned his PhD in history from the Graduate Center, City University of New York, in 2009. His next project will be a political biography of Ramón Grau San Martín.
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Ilka Treminio iltreminio Ilka Treminio is Associate Professor at University of Costa Rica. She also works as a researcher at FLACSO- Costa Rica. She earned her Ph.D from the University of Salamanca, Spain at 2013. Her research agenda focuses on presidential re-election, electoral processes, and Latin America's left parties. She is a new Panorama's contributor.
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Irene Depetris Chauvin Irene Depetris ... Irene Depetris Chauvin es graduada de la carrera de Historia de la Universidad de Buenos Aires (2002) y doctora en Romance Studies por la Universidad de Cornell (2011). Actualmente es investigadora asistente en el CONICET, miembro del Núcleo de estudios sobre la intimidad, los afectos y las emociones (FLACSO), del Seminario sobre Género, Afectos y Política (FFyL, UBA) y directora del PIP 2015/2017 "Performances afectivas. Nuevos modos de 'estar juntos' en el escenario latinoamericano contemporáneo". Ha publicado artículos sobre las relaciones entre juventud, cultura de mercado y afectividad en el cine y la narrativa del Cono Sur, sobre imaginarios geográficos y urbanos y sobre políticas de la memoria. Su último proyecto aborda los vínculos entre espacio y afectividad en películas argentinas, brasileñas y chilenas de la última década. Email: ireni22@gmail.com

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