The Newton International Fellowship provides funding for two years for an early career researcher to work at a UK university. It is for those currently based outside the UK and who have spent less than 12 months of the last 36 months in the UK.
On 3rd February 2017, the Brazilian Studies Programme hosted a research workshop on ‘Brazilian Democracy from Dilma to Temer’.
On 6th January 2017, the Venezuelan National Assembly elected Julio Andrés Borges as its President. A lawmaker since 2000, Borges is the leader of Justice First (Primero Justicia), one of several opposition political parties that make up the Mesa de la Unidad Democrática coalit
Applications are invited for a Post-doctoral Fellowship in Contemporary History and Public Policy of Mexico, to be held jointly in the Faculty of History and the School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies (SIAS) (Latin America Centre, LAC) in association with St Antony’s College.
A former Antonian, Dr. Juan José Echavarría, has just been elected as the new General Manager of the Central Bank in Colombia.
The Leverhulme Trust invites applications for its early-career fellowships. The 2017 round will open on 1st January 2017.
Justice without Borders: Accountability for Plan Condor Crimes in South America
Dr Francesca Lessa, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellow, Latin American Centre, University of Oxford
The Latin American Centre of Oxford University welcomes President Juan Manuel Santos and his wife María Clemencia Rodríguez de Santos, at the first ever Colombia’s state visit to the UK.
ST CROSS COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD
Graduate Admissions Open Day
3-5 pm, Wednesday 9th November 2016
On 13th September 2013, The CPP team participated in an international workshop on “Coalition Management in Comparative Perspective” at EBAPE (Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration), Fundação Getúlio Vargas, Rio de Janeiro.
On 26th August 2013, Timothy J. Power was the evening keynote speaker at the First International Congress of the Mexican Political Science Association (AMECIP) held at the University of Guanajuato.
Dr Christian Arnold published an Article in the Nuffield College Working Papers in Politics. "A Different Kind of Game: International Cooperation in Mercosur" takes a closer look at the institutional reasons for Mercosur's incorporation problems.
Dr Francesca Lessa has been awarded a John Fell OUP Research Fund for her new project titled “Justice and Memory beyond Borders: The Plan Condor and Accountability in Argentina and Uruguay.”
On 26th April 2013, the Brazilian Studies Programme featured an event on "Brazil with Dilma Rousseff and Venezuela without Chávez: A New Regional Balance?" The event was organised by the inaugural Rio Branco Chair in the International Relations of Brazil, Dr Miriam Saraiva, who spent the period
Plan Condor: Francesca Lessa co-authored an article with Pierre-Louis Le Goff and was published by Al Jazeera’s Opinion section