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Davide Grassi grassid Davide Grassi is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Torino. He is currently investigating democratic transitions and their consequences, by means of both qualitative and Configurational Comparative (CCM) methods. He has published books on the topic of democratization in the major areas of the world and several articles on various national and international Journals, such as Journal of International Relations and Development, Latin American Politics and Society, Swiss Political Science Review, Revue Internationale de Politique Comparée and Rivista Italiana di Scienza Politica.
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Gustavo Furtado Gustavo Procopi... Gustavo P. Furtado is Assistant Professor of Brazilian and Global Portuguese Studies at Duke University. His research interests include Brazilian cinema and cultural studies, media theory, documentary studies, and contemporary world cinema. He is currently working on a book manuscript provisionally titled “The Cinematic Encounter: Experimental Documentary and Embodiment in Contemporary Brazil.”
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Andrés Ham hamandres I am a Honduran PhD student in Agricultural and Applied Economics at the University of Illinois. My interests include Applied Econometrics, Inequality, and Development Economics. Most of my research is empirical and focuses on Latin America and developing countries.
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Howard Campbell hcampbel Professor and Chairman. Dept. of Sociology & Anthropology, UTEP. El Paso, Texas.
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Heloisa Pait Heloisa.Pait Heloisa Pait is a regular contributor to Panoramas and teaches sociology of the media at UNESP-São Paulo State University. Her PhD dissertation, defended at the New School for Social Research, New York, dealt with the individual challenges posed by mediated communication. She spent one year in Pittsburgh on a Fulbright scholarship, teaching courses on Brazilian culture and society. Heloisa writes on media, culture and politics for the non-specialized public, and she also writes fiction. For more information, check her blog at or write to
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Henry Eric Hernández henryeric Henry Eric Hernández (Cuba/Spain) is a social researcher, transdisciplinary artist and professor. He is a Graduate in Fine Arts from the Higher Art Institute of Havana and earned a Ph.D in Media Studies from the Complutense University of Madrid. Henry Eric has received fellowships from The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, The Pollock-Krasner Foundation, The Christoph Merian Stiftung, among others. Perceval Press has published two of his books: Revenge (2006) and Another Island for Miguel (2008). Aduana Vieja will shortly publish his book: Mártir, líder y pachanga. El cine de peregrinaje político y la Revolución cubana. Webpage:
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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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SERGIO MIGUEL HUARCAYA HuarcayaLARR Holds a BA in Film and TV Production from the Universidad de Lima, a MA in Latin American Studies from the Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar, Quito, and a PhD in Anthropology and History from the University of Michigan. From 1998 to 2001, he collaborated with the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador as a video producer/instructor. He has conducted ethnographic and historical research on indigenous religious conversion, cultural performance, and cultures of protest. From 2011 to 2014, he worked as post-doctoral researcher in the project "Indigeneity in the Contemporary World: Performance, Politics, Belonging," at Royal Holloway, University of London. He currently works as a researcher and assistant professor at the Universidad del Pacífico and the Universidad de Lima, in Lima, Peru. He is the author of No os Embriaguéis… Borracheras, Identidad y Conversión Evangélica en Cacha, Ecuador. He has published in Revista Andina, Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies, Latin American Research Review, Comparative Studies in History and Society, and the Journal of Latin American Studies. His works in print include research on the legal immunity of the clergy during late colonial Peru, in Revista de Indias, and on contemporary indigenous mobilization in the Andes, in the edited volume The Andean World of the Routledge Worlds Series.