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Craig Kauffman craig_kauffman Craig Kauffman is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Oregon, where he specializes in environmental and Latin American politics. He holds a Ph.D. from The George Washington University and was formerly a Visiting Research Professor in FLACSO-Ecuador. Kauffman’s research investigates how the interaction between actors at the global and local levels determines policy responses to environmental challenges such as climate change and ecosystem degradation. He is the author of Grassroots Global Governance: Local Watershed Management Experiments and the Evolution of Sustainable Development (Oxford University Press, forthcoming) and has published in Global Environmental Politics, World Development, Environmental Research Letters, Agricultural Water Management, Peace Review, and Encyclopedia of Political Theory (SAGE, 2011).
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Cristóbal Villalobos Cristóbal Villalobos Grados Académicos Doctor (c) en Ciencias Sociales, Universidad de Chile. Magíster en Economía Aplicada, Universidad Alberto Hurtado. Sociólogo, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Proyectos de Investigación 2015-2017: "Agrupamiento de estudiantes al interior de la escuela y prácticas educativas. Dispositivos institucionales y pedagógicos desarrollados por establecimientos con altos grados de eficacia escolar en el cierre de brechas de aprendizaje". FONDECYT, Investigador. 2016: "Conflictos socioeducativos y la liderazgo escolar. Análisis y caracterización de los conflictos socioeducativos y las estrategias de gestión directiva en los liceos municipales de Chile”, Ministerio de Educación, Jefe de Proyecto. Publicaciones Recientes Treviño, E., Valenzuela, J.P. & Villalobos, C. (2016): Within-school segregation in the Chilean school system: what factors explain it? How efficient is this practice for fostering student achievement and equity?. Learning and Individual Differences, 51(1), 367-375. Villalobos, C., Wyman, I., Schiele, B., & Godoy, F. (2016). Composición de género en establecimientos escolares chilenos: ¿Afecta el rendimiento académico y el ambiente escolar? Revista Estudios Pedagógicos, XLII(2), 379-394.
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Cinthia Xavier CXavier Cinthia Xavier is MA in Social Science at UNESP - São Paulo State University. She studied the northeast migration to the interior of the State of São Paulo and how these memories were passed on within families. She studied issues as: migration's memory; places of memory; dialogue inter generational; and customs.
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Dana Cornacchio Dana Cornacchio Dana Cornacchio is a third year undergraduate student at the University of Pittsburgh pursuing a Spanish major, a studio art minor, and certificates in children’s literature and Latin American studies. During summer 2018, Dana completed research with the Office of Undergraduate Research comparing contemporary children’s literature from the United States and Argentina. Dana intends to continue researching literature and other Latin American topics throughout her undergraduate career. After graduation, she hopes to pursue a masters in education in order to teach Spanish language in a classroom of her own one day.
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Daniel Leon Daniel Leon Daniel S. Leon is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Leipzig, Germany. His doctoral thesis deals with the political economy of violence in Venezuela. He holds a M.A. in Political Science from the American University in Cairo, and a B.A. in International Relations from Florida International University. Leon has also worked as a visiting lecturer of international relations at the University of Los Andes in Merida, Venezuela.
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Daniel Snyder Daniel Snyder Daniel Snyder is a senior at the University of Pittsburgh working as a Panoramas intern. He is studying Economics and Spanish, as well as earning a minor in Portuguese and a certificate in Latin American studies. During the summer of 2016 he conducted research in Fortaleza, Brazil through the CLAS Field Trip and also studied abroad in Lima, Peru.
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Daniela Cerva Daniela Cerva Socióloga chilena, Doctora en Ciencias Políticas por la UNAM, Maestría en Ciencias Sociales por la FLACSO México y egresada de la estancia posdoctoral en el CRIM-UNAM. Es experta en políticas públicas, análisis organizacional y participación política de las mujeres. Destacan sus publicaciones sobre institucionalización de la perspectiva de género en el Estado, cultura organizacional, cuotas de género en México y estudios sobre las masculinidades. Actualmente es profesora investigadora de tiempo completo de la Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos.
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Danny Burridge Danny Burridge Danny Burridge is a first year student in the Sociology PhD program at the University of Pittsburgh. He is currently preparing to do research for my MA on the interactions between social movements and the state in El Salvador under the FMLN administration of Mauricio Funes. He is also interested in exploring broader theoretical issues such as globalization, the state, democracy, revolution, and civilizational paradigms through the lens of Latin America.
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Daniel Ozarow danozarow Daniel Ozarow is a Senior Lecturer at Middlesex University, London where he received his PhD. He is co-editor of Argentina Since the 2001 Crisis: Recovering the Past, Reclaiming the Future (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014) and De la crisis al Kirchnerismo: cambios y continuidades (Prometeo, 2016). Daniel is Co-Chair of the Argentina Research Network and has recently published articles on workers’ self-management, Argentina’s debt and resistance to the NAFTA agreement.
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David Altman David Altman I am Professor of Political Science at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. My research and teaching lie in the field of comparative politics with an emphasis on democracy: its quality, its institutions, and its innovations. I am particularly interested in mechanisms of direct democracy and my current research extends my previous work on the subject [Direct Democracy Worldwide (Cambridge University Press, 2011)] by looking at the policy consequences of citizen participation through popular initiatives and referendums. In this regard, I am also involved in two other, related, research projects: Varieties of Democracy and the Millennium Nucleus for the Study of Stateness and Democracy in Latin America.