Contributors

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Odette Casamayor-Cisneros's picture
Odette Casamayor Odette Casamayo... Cuban-born scholar and writer Odette Casamayor-Cisneros is Associate Professor at the University of Connecticut, and holds the 2015 Wilbur Marvin Visiting Scholarship at the Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies at Harvard University. She is the author of the book Utopia, distopía e ingravidez: reconfiguraciones cosmológicas en la narrativa post-soviética cubana (Iberoamericana/Vervuert, 2013). Casamayor is currently working on her new book On Being Blacks: Challenging the Hegemonic Knowledge Through Racial Self-Identification Processes in post-Soviet Cuban Cultural Production.
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Olga Carillo Olga Carillo Facultad de Educación, Universidad Católica de Temuco, Temuco, Chile.
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Pablo Bulcourf Pablo Alberto Profesor e investigador del Departamento de Ciencias Sociales de la Universidad Nacional de Quilmes (UNQ) y de la Facultad de Ciencias Sociales de la Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA). Se ha especializado en temas de historia y desarrollo de la ciencia política en América Latina y en la problemática de las políticas públicas comparadas, con énfasis en las políticas de seguridad pública.
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Pablo Baeza Pablo Baeza Departamento de Análisis y Estudios, Santiago, Chile.
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Pablo Neut Pablo Neut Programa Interdisciplinario de Investigaciones en Educación (PIIE), Santiago, Chile
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Pablo A. Stefanoni pablo stefanoni Doctor en Historia (FFyL-UBA). Miembro del Centro de Historia Intelectual -Universidad Nacional de Quilmes. Jefe de redacción de la revista Nueva Sociedad. Coautor de Debatir Bolivia. Perspectivas de un proceso de descolonización (Taurus, 2010) y de Los inconformistas del Centenario. Intelectuales, socialismo y nación en una Bolivia en crisis (1925-1939) (Plural, en prensa).
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Panoramas Team Panoramas_Team Panoramas is hosted by the University of Pittsburgh’s Center for Latin American Studies, a center within the University Center for International Studies. The idea of Panoramas was to create a space to foster academic discussion about Latin America. Panoramas accepts submissions of academic quality in various formats -written, video, audio, and photographic. We strongly encourage discussion amongst our readers and contributors. Webpage: http://www.panoramas.pitt.edu/
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Paul Ryer Paul Ryer Currently in the Department of Anthropology at the University of California, Riverside, Professor Ryer has conducted long-term research in Cuba--where he has been affiliated with the University of Havana--and in its diaspora, including research following Cuban-educated African students as they migrate again, forging new diasporas and fashioning hybridized homelands. Professor Ryer’s book, In Caribbean Waters: África, La Yuma, and the Imagined Geographies of Contemporary Cuba, is in production with Vanderbilt University Press; other publications, awards, and professional activities are listed on his faculty webpage. Webpage: http://anthropology.ucr.edu/people/faculty/ryer/index.html
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Paul W. Posner Dr. Paul W. Posner's current research focuses on democratization and political participation in Latin America. In particular, he is interested in the impact of economic globalization and related state reforms on social organization and collective action in Latin America. Current recent projects examine labor politics, the politics of social welfare resource distribution, the New Left and populism in Latin America, with specific focus on Chile, Ecuador and Venezuela. He teaches courses on Latin American politics, U.S. – Latin American relations, comparative environmental politics, and democratic theory.
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Paulo Ilich Bacca Paulo Ilich Bacca Paulo Ilich Bacca is a legal ethnographer. He is lecturing anthropology of international law and indigenous peoples’ rights from the global south at the National University of Colombia. As a PhD candidate at Kent Law School, his areas of expertise include indigenous peoples rights, Latin American studies, comparative historical and ethnographic methods, international legal theory, social movements, sociology of the image, the Anthropocene, and temporalities in indigenous cultures. Paulo was a Fulbright scholar at Georgetown University and held posts at the University of Los Andes and the Javeriana University in Bogotá.

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