Latin American Studies DPhil Seminars

 

Latin American DPhils Seminar - Trinity Term '19

Wednesday 1 May, 2019

Seminar Room, Latin American Centre 

 

2.00 - 2.10: Welcome

Prof Eduardo Posada-Carbó (Director, Latin American Centre)

 

2.10 - 2.55: Samuel Ritholtz (DPhil student in International Development, University of Oxford). Paramilitary targeting of sexual and gender minorities during the Colombian Civil War.

Discussants: Dr Leigh Payne (Latin American Centre, University of Oxford) and Dr Juanita Leon (Academic Visitor, St Antony’s College, University of Oxford)

 

2.55 - 3.40: Luis Schenoni (DPhil student in Political Science, University of Notre Dame). Bringing War Back In: Victory and State Formation in Nineteenth Century Latin America.

Discussant: Dr David Doyle (Latin American Centre, University of Oxford)

 

3.40 - 4.00: Break

 

4.00 - 4.45: Luis Vargas Faulbaum (DPhil student in International Development, University of Oxford). The Political Economy of the 2003 Pension Reform in Brazil.

Discussant: Dr Marek Naczyk (Department of Social Policy and Intervention, University of Oxford)

 

4.45 - 5.30: Juliana Tappe Ortiz (MPhil student in Latin American Studies, University of Oxford). From Hawk to Dove? Santo's transition from hardline Defence Minister to peace promoting President.

Discussant: Dr Carlos Solar (British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, Latin American Centre)

 

5.30: Closing remarks

 

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