Sebastián Carassai is a Research Associate at the National Scientific and Technical Research Council in Argentina, member of the Center of Intellectual History at the National University of Quilmes, and Associate Professor in the Sociology Department of the University of Buenos Aires. He has published The Argentine Silent Majority. Middle Classes, Politics, Violence and Memory in the Seventies (Duke University Press, 2014), Los años setenta de la gente común. La naturalización de la violencia (Siglo XXI Editores, 2013), and several articles on political theory and Argentine recent history. He has been awarded the Esther L. Kinsley PhD. Dissertation Award (2012), the Bolton-Johnson Prize, Honorable Mention (2015), and the Konex Award for Humanities (2016). He is the director of both a multidisciplinary research project about Argentinas’s ordinary life in the seventies (University of Buenos Aires) and of an analogous research project on Chile among 1964 and 1994 (University of Valparaíso). The current year he has been selected as one of the National Humanities Center Research Fellow for 2016-2017.
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