Martin Bergel (Buenos Aires, 1973). Doctor en Historia por la Universidad de Buenos Aires y Profesor de Historia Social Latinoamericana en la misma universidad. Es investigador del CONICET y del Centro de Historia Intelectual de la Universidad de Quilmes (Argentina).
Martin Bergel, University of Quilmes and Conicet, Argentina
William Booth is Lecturer in Modern History at St. Catherine's College, University of Oxford and Adjunct Professor in Latin American Studies at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (Bologna).
William Booth, St Catherine’s College and Johns Hopkins University in Bologna
Giuseppe Marcocci is Associate Professor in Iberian History (European and Extra-European, 1450-1800), Exeter College. His main research interests lie at the intersection of politics, culture and religion across the early modern Iberian world.
Angel Smith is Reader in Modern Spanish history at the University of Leeds. His major monographs are Anarchism, Revolution and Reaction: Catalan Labour and the Crisis of the Spanish State, 1898-1923, International Studies in Social History, vol.
Angel Smith, University of Leeds and St. Antony’s College
Guisell Morales is the Ambassador of Nicaragua in the United Kingdom (since 2015) and Ireland (since 2016). He arrived to the UK in 2012 as Chargée d’Affaires. Previously to that, she had developed a successful career as a lawyer in the public and private sector. For example, she was Country
In recent years the UNHCR has hailed Latin America as the new avant-garde of generous refugee protection. Is there evidence for significant liberalization of refugee legislation in the region and how can it be explained?
Luisa Feline Freier, Universidad del Pacífico (Peru)
Fourth François-Xavier Guerra Seminar – jointly organized with the Centre de reserche d’histoire de l’Amerique Latine at du monde ibérique (CRALMI), University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne – Please note that this seminar will take place in Paris at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne,
Romy Sánchez, University of Paris 1, Panthéon-Sorbonne
The common definition of “democratic consolidation” as a situation in which democracy has turned into “the only game in town” (Linz and Stepan 1996) describes a “self-reinforcing equilibrium” in which “all politically relevant” actors play by basic democratic rules.
Andreas Schedler, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE)