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Erika Abarca Millán Erika Abarca Millán Erika is a Chilean Fellow at Center of Latin American Studies at Pitt , VP of Public Relations at LAGOS (Latin American Graduate Organization of Students) and Student Editor at AERJ. Her research interests are equitable access to Higher Education, Discourse and Identity, (Critical) Discourse Analysis and Foreign/Second Language Education.
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Erika Moreno Erika Moreno Erika Moreno’s current research has focused on democratic institutions across the Americas, from political parties, to inter-branch relations. Her recent interests revolve around the role of the Defensoria del Pueblo, the public, and other governmental institutions, including the legislature and judiciary. She is an Associate Professor of Political Science and International Relations at Creighton University.
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Erin Barton Erin_Barton Erin Barton is a senior at the University of Pittsburgh. She is an intern for Panoramas and studies English Writing, Spanish and Latin American Studies. Erin studied in Cuba for 4 months during the spring of 2016 and has been writing on Cuban and Latin American issues for Panoramas since 2015.
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Estefania Luna Estefania Luna Estefania Luna is a senior at the University of Pittsburgh majoring in Finance as well as pursuing a minor in Economics and a certificate in Business Analytics. In the course "Advanced Grammar and Composition for Heritage Speakers", she had the opportunity to explore her identity as a 1st generation Argentinian American.
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Eve Bratman Eve B. Eve Bratman is an Assistant Professor at American University's School of International Service in Washington, DC. She is a political ecologist with interdisciplinary training in international relations. Her primary research involves sustainable development politics in the Brazilian Amazon, concentrating on the links between environmental policy, infrastructure, and human rights. Her forthcoming book is entitled Governing the Rainforest: Sustainable Development Politics in the Brazilian Amazon. She has a PhD from American University, a certificate in human rights law from the Washington College of Law, and a BA from Oberlin College. Webpage:
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Eve Kalyva eve_kalyva Eve Kalyva is an art critic and a writer. She has a PhD in Art History (2011), has worked as lecturer in Europe and Latin America, and has collaborated with art institutions as curator, critic and artist in residence. Eve is interested in the relation between art and society in both its historical and contemporary expressions. Moreover, because of her academic training in fine art, Eve engages closely with the art-object in terms of how it was made, what it depicts or represents, and how it was used as a cultural artefact. As a docent, Eve offers insights to artistic production in a comprehensive and interactive way. She encourages others to engage critically with what they see, relate it to the world around them and consider: how does looking at art make us feel? What ideas does it enable us to think? Apart from everything related to art, Eve loves travelling and is fascinated by world cultures, languages and world-views.
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Ewa Sapiezynska ewa_sapiezynska Ewa Sapiezynska, Assistant Professor of Sociology at SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Poland. Sapiezynska holds a PhD in Media Sociology from Universidad de Chile. She worked as a researcher and lecturer in social science at various Chilean universities. Coordinator of the panel “Struggles over Mass Media in Latin America” at the 8th NOLAN Conference (Helsinki, 2015). Her publications include: “The Media and Power in Postliberal Venezuela. The Legacy of Chávez for the Debate on Freedom of Expression” (Latin American Perspectives, 2016), “Media Freedom Indexes in Democracies: A Critical Perspective Through the Cases of Poland and Chile” (together with Claudia Lagos, International Journal of Communication, 2016), "Los no aparecidos: la protesta social invisible en los grandes medios en Chile y las políticas mediáticas del disenso" (Comunicación y medios, 2014), "La libertad de los periodistas en Chile y el mundo: los niveles y orígenes de las restricciones percibidas por los periodistas en su trabajo" (Comunicación y medios, 2013) and "Freedom of Expression, Public Access, and Participatory Democracy" with Goerge Ciccariello-Maher in The Pink Tide: Media Access and Political Power in Latin America, 2017.
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Ezequiel Adamovsky Ezequiel Adamovsky After graduating at the University of Buenos Aires, he obtained a PhD from University College London. He is currently Professor at the History Departments of the University of San Martín and the University of Buenos Aires, and Researcher of the National Council for Scientific and Technological Research (CONICET), Argentina’s highest research public body. He was also Guest Researcher at the CNRS in Paris, and has been invited to teach in other universities in Argentina and abroad. His academic research has been mainly in the field of intellectual history, with studies referring to Europe and also to middle and lower class identity in Argentina.
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Ezequiel González-Ocantos Ezequiel_LARR Ezequiel González-Ocantos is Associate Professor in the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Oxford, and a Professorial Fellow of Nuffield College. His book Shifting Legal Visions: Judicial Change and Human Rights Trials in Latin America (Cambridge University Press, 2016) won best book awards from the American Political Science Association, International Studies Association, and Latin American Studies Association. His work has also been published in Comparative Politics, American Journal of Political Science, and Comparative Political Studies, among other journals.
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Fabian Borges fborges Fabián Borges holds a doctorate in political science at the University of Southern California and an M.A. in Latin American Studies from Georgetown University. Originally from San José, Costa Rica, he previously worked in business and politics there. His research has been published in Latin American Politics and Society and International Studies Perspectives.