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Taylor Boas Boas_LARR Taylor Boas is Associate Professor of Political Science at Boston University. His research examines electoral politics and political behavior in Latin America, focusing on topics such as accountability, campaigns, religion, and the mass media. He is author of Presidential Campaigns in Latin America: Electoral Strategies and Success Contagion (Cambridge University Press, 2016) and has published articles in numerous peer-reviewed journals. He is presently working on a book manuscript examining evangelicals’ involvement in electoral politics in Brazil, Chile, and Peru.
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Brenda Brown Brenda Brown Brenda Brown es Licenciada en Relaciones del Trabajo en la Universidad de Buenos Aires, Magister en Ciencias Sociales del Trabajo, Universidad de Buenos Aires, y doctoranda en Ciencias Sociales de la Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina. Se desempeña como docente de posgrado en la Universidad de Buenos Aires y docente de grado en la Universidad de Buenos Aires y Universidad Nacional de Moreno, y actualmente participa en el proyecto de investigación “Heterogeneidad ocupacional y estructura económica en Argentina en el siglo XXI” (2016-2019, FONCYT). Sus publicaciones más recientes incluyen “Conditional Cash Transfers: A New Paradigm for Combating Poverty in Latin América?” (2017, con P. Pérez); “Sistema de Protección social y Programas de Transferencias Monetarias Condicionadas. El “paradigma de activación” en Argentina 2003-2013” (CIEPP, 2017), y “¿La condicionalidad como nuevo paradigma de política social en América Latina?” (2016, con P. Pérez).
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Brian Lander Brian Lander Brian Lander is a sophomore at the University of Pittsburgh majoring in finance and supply chain management with a minor in economics.
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Shelly Jarrett Bromberg Bromberg_LARR Shelly Jarrett Bromberg is the Director of Liberal Education and an associate professor in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Miami University of Ohio. She has published articles in the Latin American Literary Review and Antipodas, and a multimedia essay, “Off the Map: Memorializing Trauma in 21st Century Dominican Identity,” for the online journal alter/nativas. She coedited a volume with Dr. Edith Clowes, Area Studies in the Global Age: Community, Place, Identity (Northern Illinois University Press, 2016), along with an individually authored chapter, “‘Ten Million Trujillos Is All We Are.’”
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Brooke Haid Brooke Haid Brooke Haid is a third-year undergraduate at the University of Pittsburgh studying chemistry and the history and philosophy of science with a Spanish minor. She is on the board of Planned Parenthood Club at Pitt and is involved with other organizations that focus on reproductive and health rights, sustainability, and emphasizing intersectionality. She has traveled to Spain and Ecuador with the Pitt Alternative Break program in the Spring of 2019. Her plans include traveling and pursuing further education in the history and philosophy of science with a concentration in the philosophy of chemistry.
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Bruno Valim Magalhães bvmagalhaes MSc in International Politics at the Universidade de Brasília (ongoing). BA in International Relations at the Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (Brazil) with Erasmus International exchange in Regional Integration at the Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3 (France).
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Brian Wampler B_Wampler_LARR Dr. Brian Wampler is a Professor of Global Studies and Political Science at Boise State University. He is the author of Activating Democracy in Brazil: Popular Participation, Social Justice and Interlocking Institutions (University of Norte Dame Press, 2015) and Participatory Budgeting in Brazil: Cooperation, Contestation, and Accountability (Pennsylvania State University Press, 2007). Wampler has published extensively on democracy, participation, civil society, and institution building in journals such as American Political Science Review, Comparative Politics, Comparative Political Studies, World Development, Polity, and Latin American Politics and Society.
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Camila Jara Ibarra Camilaji Camila Jara Ibarra is a PhD Fellow at the Department of Latin American Studies at Leiden University. Her research interests include studying the participation, social movements, opinions and inclusion/exclusion of civil society in Latin America and, more specifically, in Chile. http://www.hum.leiden.edu/history/staff/jaraibarrac.html
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John M. Carey Carey_LARR John M. Carey is the John Wentworth Professor in the Social Sciences and the Associate Dean of Faculty for the Social Sciences at Dartmouth College. He was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2012. He is the author or co-author of six books and around 100 academic articles and chapters on democratic representation, on the design of constitutions and electoral systems, on beliefs in conspiracy theories and misinformation, and on attitudes toward campus diversity and affirmative action in higher education. His most recent book is Campus Diversity: The Hidden Consensus (with Katherine Clayton and Yusaku Horiuchi, Cambridge University Press, forthcoming in 2020). He is a co-founder of BrightLineWatch.org, which monitors democratic performance, erosion, and resilience in the United States. He has consulted on electoral system reform in Nepal, Afghanistan, Jordan, Tunisia, Yemen, South Sudan, Israel, Mexico, Chile, El Salvador, Philippines, and Taiwan. Research and datasets are available on his website at http://sites.dartmouth.edu/jcarey/
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Carlos Acevedo Carlos Acevedo Investigador docente del Centro de Cooperación Regional para la Educación de Adultos en América Latina y el Caribe, CREFAL. Sistema Nacional de Investigadores Nivel Candidato. Sociólogo y Licenciado en Sociología por la Universidad Arturo Prat. Maestro en Ciencias Sociales, Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales, sede México. Doctor en Ciencias Sociales con especialidad en Sociología, El Colegio de México.

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