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Kellogg Sponsored Events

Panel: Democracy in Latin America: Perspectives from the Region
Sun, May 29, 9:45am-11:15am

Faculty Fellow Scott P. Mainwaring (Session Organizer)

Director Paolo G. Carozza (Chair)

Former Visiting Fellow Margarita López Maya (Individual Submission)
Paper: Contexto, Condiciones y voto en las Parlamentarias Venezolanas de 2015
ABSTRACT

Former Visiting Fellow Soledad Loaeza Tovar (Individual Submission)
Paper: When and why did pluralism turn into fragmentation. The Latin American experience

Former Visiting Fellow Ignacio Walker (Individual Submission)
Paper: Democracy in Latin America: A View from the Political Arena

Former Visiting Fellow Rene Mayorga (Individual Submission)
Paper: From Erosion to Breakdown of Democracy in the Andes: Populism as Full Authoritarianism”
ABSTRACT

Panel: Transitions from Authoritarian Rule: 30 Years Later
Sunday, May 29, 12:45pm-2:15pm

Former Visiting Fellow Gabriela Ippolito-O’Donnell (Session Organizer)

Former Visiting Fellow Daniel H. Levine (Chair)

Panel: Civilians and Armed Actors in Contexts of Large-Scale Violence
Sun, May 29, 2:30pm-4:00pm

Faculty Fellow Sarah Daly (Session Organizer, Individual Submission)
Paper: Coercion and Politics: Civilian Support for Actors with Violent Legacies
ABSTRACT

PhD Alumnus Francisco Javier Osorio Zago (Chair)

PhD Fellow Juan Albarracin Dierolf (Individual Submission)
Paper: Understanding Criminal Electoral Repression: Evidence from Brazilian Urban Slums
ABSTRACT

Visiting Fellow Ana Arjona (Individual Submission)
Paper: Civilian Agency vis-à-vis Armed Actors: Resistance, Obedience and Support in Colombian Conflict Zones
ABSTRACT

Faculty Fellow Guillermo Trejo (Individual Submission)
Paper: Indigenous Resistance to Criminal Violence Why Ethnic Autonomy has Protected Indigenous Communities from Mexico’s Inter-Cartel Wars
ABSTRACT

Richard O. Snyder, Brown University (Discussant)

Radio City Music Hall - Roxy SuiteFriends of Kellogg Reception
Sun, May 29, 8:00pm-11:00pm

The Roxy Suite at Radio City Music Hall
61 West 50th Street (between 5th & 6th Avenues)
New York, NY

Map and walking directions


Panels Featuring The Kellogg/Notre Dame Community

Friday, May 27

8:00am-9:30 am

Panel: The Politics of Community-Based Water Governance (Part I): State-Society Relations

Former Guest Scholar Jonathan Fox (Discussant)

Former Visiting Fellow Margaret Keck (Discussant)

Panel: Brazilian Foreign Policy 1

Former Visiting Fellow Eduardo Viola (Discussant)

Panel: Breaking and Living with the Past: Institutions and Politics in Transition

PhD Fellow Lucia Tiscornia (Individual Submission)
Paper: Securing the Peace? Police Reform in the Aftermath of Violent Conflict
ABSTRACT

9:45am-11:15 am

Panel: Fractured Publics in Vulnerable Spaces

Former Visiting Fellow Sean T. Mitchell (Discussant)

Panel: The Increasing Judicialization of Environmental Politics

Former Residential Fellow Rose J. Spalding (Discussant)

Panel: Brazilian Foreign Policy 2

Former Visiting Fellow Eduardo Viola (Individual Submission)
Paper: “Brazilian Climate Policy from Copenhagen to Paris: the struggle between Conservatives and Reformists”
ABSTRACT

12:45pm-2:15 pm

Panel: Social movements’ outcomes and protests analysis

Graduate Affiliate Omar C. Coronel (Individual Submission)
Paper: When Paper Stones are Not Enough: Party System Institutionalization and Social Protest in Latin America
ABSTRACT

Panel: State, Society, and Organized Crime in Mexico

PhD Alumnus Francisco Javier Osorio Zago (Individual submission)
Paper: Vigilante Mobilization and Local Order: Evidence from Mexico
ABSTRACT

Former Visiting Fellow Matthew Ingram (Individual Submission)
Paper: The Subnational Diffusion of Homicide in Mexico and Central America
ABSTRACT

Panel: Justice and Political Processes

Former Visiting Fellow Leslie Anderson (Individual Submission, coauthored with Larry Dodd and Won-Ho Park)
Paper: Electoral Competition and Recovering a Role for the Right in Nicaragua

Panel: Decir la guerra PARTE 1

Faculty Fellow Vanesa Miseres (Individual Submission)
Paper: Lazos de familia: memorias de la Guerra del Pacífico en los textos de Aurora Cáceres y Antonia Moreno de Cáceres
ABSTRACT

Panel: The Activation and Consequences of Local Democratic Institutions

Former Visiting Fellow Tulia Falleti (Individual Submission)
ABSTRACT

Panel: La Reinserción de Cuba en la economía global. Problemas, retos y perspectivas.

Former Guest Scholar Pedro Monreal González (Individual Submission)
Paper: Dualismo económico, empleo decente y otros dilemas del acoplamiento de Cuba a la economía global.
ABSTRACT

Panel: Revolutionary elections in Latin America during the 19th century

Former Visiting Fellow Eduardo Posada-Carbo (Session Organizer)

Panel: Beyond Deportability: Expanding Migration Illegality and Deportation Research

Former Guest Scholar Guillermo Yrizar-Barbosa (Chair)

2:30pm-4:00pm

Panel: Organizing for Peace in Colombia

Patricia Rodriguez (Chair)
Paper: Social Movements and Territorial Ordering in Colombia: The Challenge of Development Alternatives

Panel: Religion, Society Culture and Politics New Voices

Former Visiting Scholar Ana María Bidegain (Discussant)
Former Visiting Fellow Daniel H. Levine (Session Organizer)

Panel: Revolutions of the Saints: The Politics of Religion in Latin America’s Long Cold War: Panel II

Former Visiting Fellow Susan Fitzpatrick-Behrens (Session Organizer and Individual Submission)
Paper: From Good Neighbors to Allies for Progress: US Catholic intersections with US Foreign Policy in Latin America and its Influence in Guatemala (1933 – 1970s)
ABSTRACT

Panel: Reality Overexposed: Documentary Filmmaking in Colombia

Former Visiting Fellow Juliana Martínez (Individual Submission)
Paper: “Blurred Visions and Spectral Landscapes, or How to Make a (Hybrid) Documentary Film”
ABSTRACT

Featured Session: Exploring the Ins and Outs of Academic Publishing: An Insider's View (Monographs)

Former Visiting Fellow Philip D. Oxhorn (Session Organizer)

Panel: Socio-Economic Developments in Crucial Sectors

Former Visiting Fellow Steven Samford (Chair)

4:15pm-5:45pm

LASA Section Presentation: Violence against women policy, (trans)national feminist mobilization, and states of injustice in Latin America

PhD Alumnus Shannon Drysdale Walsh (Individual submission)
Paper: Women’s Advocacy Networks Confronting Exclusionary Politics: Creating and Dismantling the Violence against Women Law in Nicaragua
ABSTRACT

LASA Section Presentation: Managing Memory: Human Rights Landscape and The Road Ahead

Former Visiting Fellow Leigh A. Payne (Individual submission)
Paper: An Excess of Justice? Argentina and the Politics of Justice for Past Atrocity
ABSTRACT

Panel: Las transformaciones del poder en el Perú contemporáneo

Former Visiting Fellow Catherine Conaghan (Discussant)

Featured Session: Exploring the Ins and Outs of Academic Publishing: An Insider's View (Journals)

Former Visiting Fellow Philip D. Oxhorn (Session Organizer)

Panel: Security and Defense Issues in UNASUR 1

Former Visiting Fellow Eduardo Viola (Discussant)

6:00pm-7:30pm

Panel: Developing the Cuban Economy: the Private Sector and the new cooperatives within a USA scenario.

Former Visiting Fellow Carmen Diana Deere (Individual Submission)
Paper: The "Special Relationship" and Cuban Non-traditional Exports to the United States, 1902 to 1962: A Cautionary Tale
ABSTRACT

Panel: Conflict and Trauma in the Andes and Central America

Graduate Affiliate Camilo Nieto Matiz (Chair and Individual Submission)
Paper: Organized Crime and Armed Groups: between Cooperation and Conflict
ABSTRACT

Saturday, May 28

8:00am-9:30am

Panel: Political Trust, Political Tolerance and Preferences in Latin America

PhD Alumnus and former Visiting Fellow David Altman (Individual submission)
Paper: Can Sustained Growth Hinder Democracy? The Politics of Intolerant Progress in Latin America
ABSTRACT

Former Visiting Fellow Mitchell A. Seligson (Chair and Individual Submission, coauthored with Daniel H. Moreno Morales)
Paper: Education, Wealth of Nations, and Political Tolerance: An Analysis of Twenty-Four Countries in the Americas
ABSTRACT

Panel: Party System Change in Latin America

Former Guest Scholar Juan Andrés Moraes (Chair, Individual Submission)
Paper: “Assessing Party System Change by using W-nominate Scores in Uruguay”
ABSTRACT

9:45am-11:15am

Panel: Public Intellectuals, Democracy and Liberalism in the History of Latin America

Former Visiting Fellow José Antonio Aguilar Rivera (Individual Submission)
Paper: Octavio Paz: Between Romanticism and the Mexican Liberal Tradition”
ABSTRACT

Former Visiting Fellow Eduardo Posada-Carbo (Individual Submission)
Paper: “Democracy and Liberalism in the Intellectual Trajectory of Florentino González, 1805-1874”
ABSTRACT

Former Visiting Fellow Eduardo Zimmermann (Individual Submission)
Paper: “Jurists as Public Intellectuals: Liberal Constitutionalism in Nineteenth Century Argentina”
ABSTRACT

Panel: The Political Economy of the Middle Income Trap

Former Visiting Fellow Ben Ross Schneider (Individual Submission)
Paper: The Middle-Income Trap: More Politics than Economics
ABSTRACT

Workshop: Latin America's Political Economy after the Commodities Boom

Former Visiting Fellow Evelyne Huber (Presenter)
Former Visiting Fellow Kurt Weyland (Session Organizer and Chair)

Panel: Diasporizing Afro-Indigeneity: Rights, Place, and Identity in a Global Latin America

Former Visiting Fellow Juliet Hooker (Individual Submission)
Paper: Theorizing Black Freedom Across the Americas
ABSTRACT

Panel: Participatory Constitution-Making and Democracy in the Andes

Former Visiting Fellow Gabriel L. Negretto Pérez (Presenter)
ABSTRACT

Former Guest Scholar Ana Maria Bejarano (Individual Submission)
Paper: Participatory Constitution Making in the Andes: Balancing Inclusion and Contestation
ABSTRACT

Workshop: El estudio de las Instituciones Políticas en América Latina después del boom del institucionalismo

Former Visiting Fellow and PhD Alumnus Aníbal Pérez-Liñán (Presenter)

Workshop: What do we know (and not know) about the Latin American voter?

Former Visiting Fellow and PhD Alumnus Timothy J. Power (Presenter)
Former Visiting Fellow Matthew M. Singer (Session organizer)

LASA Section Presentation: State Capitalism, Brazilian Style

Former Visiting Fellow Lourdes Sola (Individual Submission, coauthoried with Fernando B. Bello, Georgetown University)
Paper: Reinventing State Capitalism in Brazil: Looking for the Global inside the National
ABSTRACT

Workshop: Roundtable: The Rise and Fall of Brazil in the International System, 1995-2015

Former Visiting Fellow Eduardo Viola (Chair)

12:45pm-2:15pm

Panel: Repertorios clandestinos: la subversión de la memoria en los teatros del Cono Sur

Faculty Fellow Maria Rosa Olivera-Williams (Individual Submission)
Paper: Estudios de la memoria y teatro: qué y cómo se recuerda sobre el escenario
ABSTRACT

Panel: Political Settlements, Natural Resource Extraction and Inclusive Development: Comparing Latin America and Africa

Former Guest Scholar Jonathan Fox (Chair)

Panel: Argentina's 2015 Election in Comparative Perspective: Evidence from the Argentine Panel Election Study

PhD Alumnus Carlos Gervasoni (Individual submission)
Paper: Voting for the (Incumbent) Peronists: Individual and Provincial Sources of Electoral Support for Daniel Scioli in the 2015 Presidential Elections

Former Visiting Fellow Noam Lupu (Chair)

Panel: Government Response to Fight Violence and Crime in Latin America

PhD Alumnus Lourdes Cecilia Hurtado (Chair and Individual submission)
Paper: Paper: The School of Commandos, Body and Violence in pre and post-Conflict Peru

Workshop: Democracy in Latin America: Advances, Setbacks and Impasses

Former Visiting Fellow and PhD Alumnus Aníbal Pérez-Liñán (Chair)

Former Visiting Fellow Evelyne Huber (Presenter)

Former Visiting Fellow Steve R. Levitsky (Presenter)

Faculty Fellow Scott P. Mainwaring (Presenter)

Former Visiting Fellow Kurt G. Weyland (Presenter)

Panel: Civil Society, Citizenship, and Politics in Contexts of Crime and Violence

Former Visiting Fellow Sandra Ley Gutierrez (Individual Submission)
ABSTRACT

Panel: Conditional Cash Transfers in Latin America: Origins, Operation, and Future

Former Visiting Fellow and PhD Alumnus Timothy J. Power (Discussant)

Former Visiting Fellow James W. McGuire (Session Organizer, Chair, and Individual Submission, coauthored with Chloe S. Rinehart, Wesleyan University).
Paper: Obstacles to Takeup: Ecuador's Conditional Cash Transfer Program, the Bono de Desarrollo Humano
ABSTRACT

2:30pm-4:00pm

Panel: Building, Shaping and Changing Social Policy in Latin America

Former Visiting Fellow Matthew Carnes (Individual submission)
Paper: Bismarck in the Tropics: Understanding the Origin of Social Insurance in Latin America
ABSTRACT

PhD Alumnus and Former Visiting Fellow Rossana Castiglioni (Individual submission)
Paper: Explaining Social Party Variation in Democratic Chile
ABSTRACT

Panel: Waves of Democratization and Authoritarianism in Latin America

Former Faculty Fellow and former Kellogg Institute Director Frances Hagopian (Discussant)

Former Visiting Fellow Fabrice E. Lehoucq (Individual Submission)
Paper: Toppling Governments: Waves of Military Coups in Latin America
ABSTRACT

Panel: When Rights Ring Hollow: Racism and Anti-Racist Horizons in the Americas I

Former Visiting Fellow Juliet Hooker (Session Organizer)

Workshop: Chris Schmidt-Nowara In Memoriam (1966-2015): Pioneer of Atlantic Empire and Antislavery Studies

Former Visiting Fellow Jorge Cañizares-Esguerra (Presenter)

Panel: The Reach and Limits of Venezuela´s Bolivarian Project: Theoretical and Empirical Debate

Former Visiting Scholar Maria de Pilar García-Guadilla (Session Organizer, Chair, and Individual Submission)
Paper: El Bumerang de la Democracia Participativa-Directa y la Inclusión- Excluyente en el Proyecto Revolucionario Bolivariano en Venezuela
ABSTRACT

Former Visiting Fellow David A. Smilde (Session Organizer and Individual Submission)
Paper: “From Partial to Full Conflict Theory: a Neo-Weberian Portrait of Post-Neoliberal Venezuela”
ABSTRACT

Panel: Venezuela After Chavez

Former Visiting Fellow Daniel H. Levine (Session Organizer)

Panel: Decolonial Feminisms: Democratic Challenges, Queer Counter-Narratives and Post-Human Futures

Former Visiting Fellow Amy Lind (Individual Submission)
Paper: “Queering Coloniality, Decolonizing Queerness”
ABSTRACT

Panel: Executives and Electoral Institutions

Former Visiting Fellow Valeria Palanza (Individual Submission/ Session Organizer )
Paper: “Decree Authority: A Safety Valve?”
ABSTRACT

Former Visiting Fellow Cecilia Martínez Gallardo (Individual Submission)
Paper: “Winning Coalitions in Presidential Systems: Pre-Electoral Alliances and Post-Electoral Governments in Latin America”
ABSTRACT

Panel: New insights into business and human rights in Latin America

Former Visiting Fellow Leigh A. Payne (Chair)

4:15pm-5:45pm

Panel: Major Security Challenges in Colombia in 2016: An Examination of Drugs, Terrorism, and the Peace Process

PhD Alumnus Victor Hinojosa (Individual submission)
Paper: Truth, Accountability, and Reintegration: FARC Terrorism and the Colombian Peace Process
ABSTRACT

Panel: When Rights Ring Hollow: Racism and Anti-Racist Horizons in the Americas II

Former Visiting Fellow Juliet Hooker (Session Organizer and Chair)

Panel: Handbook of Social Movements Across Latin America II

PhD Alumnus David Ortiz (Individual submission)
Paper: State Repression and Popular Mobilization in Latin America

Workshop: Paths Out of Authoritarianism

Former Visiting Fellow Leslie Anderson (Session Organizer)

Former Visiting Fellow Gabriela Ippolito-O’Donnell (Presenter)

Former Visiting Fellow Daniel H. Levine (Chair)

Panel: Subnational Political Economy and the Resource Curse

Former Visiting Fellow Tulia Falleti (Discussant)

Panel: Poverty, social expenditure and violence

Former Visiting Fellow Amy Reynolds (Individual Submission)
Paper: “Considering violence and insecurity in the multi-dimensional poverty index”
ABSTRACT

Workshop: Social Movement Activism and Scholarship in Dialogue

Former Visiting Fellow Rose J. Spalding (Session Organizer)

6:00pm-7:30pm

Panel: Political Theory and Intellectuals

PhD Alumnus Kimberly Berg (Chair)

Panel: Causal Inference and Elections in Latin America

Former Visiting Fellow Noam Lupu (Discussant)

Former Visiting Fellow Taylor Boas (Individual Submission, coauthored with Fernando Hidalgo, MIT)
Paper: Accountability and Incumbent Performance in the Brazilian Northeast
ABSTRACT

Panel: “La actualización del proceso económico y la política exterior de Cuba en un entorno global cambiante: análisis de escenarios prospectivos”

Former Guest Scholar Pedro Manuel Monreal González (Discussant)

Panel: Media, Technology and Citizen Engagement in Latin America

Former Visiting Fellow Silvio Waisbord (Individual Submission)
Paper: “Citizen Participation in the Implementation of New Media Policies: Innovations and Limitations”
ABSTRACT

Sunday, May 29

8:00am-9:30am

Panel: Media, Representations and Subject Formation I

Former Visiting Fellow Benjamin Junge (Individual Submission)
Paper: Targeting the ‘New’ Middle Class: Public Discourses on Socio-Economic Status in Brazil
ABSTRACT

Panel: Post-Correa Ecuador? 2017 Scenarios and Beyond

Former Visiting Fellow Catherine Conaghan (Session Organizer and Chair)

Panel: El Impacto de Internet en la Lucha contra la Pobreza

Former Visiting Fellow Roxana Barrantes (Individual Submission)
Paper: La conectividad urbana en América Latina: una mirada a Buenos Aires, Lima y Ciudad de Guatemala.
ABSTRACT

Workshop: Peru’s 2016 Election: New Directions for Peru?

Former Visiting Fellow Ricardo Martin Tanaka (Presenter)

9:45am-11:15am

Panel: Pre-20th Century Latino/a New York City

Faculty Fellow Marisel Moreno (Chair and Session Organizer)

Panel: Converts, Infidels, and Sinners: The Politics of Religious Violence in 20th and 21st-century Latin America

PhD Alumnus Robert Brenneman (Individual submission)
Paper: Evangelicals and the “New Violence” in Central America
ABSTRACT

Workshop: Las elecciones parlamentarias venezolanas de 2015

Former Visiting Fellow Miriam Kornblith (Presenter)

Former Visiting Fellow David A. Smilde (Presenter)

Kellogg-Sponsored Panel: Democracy in Latin America: Perspectives from the Region

Faculty Fellow Scott P. Mainwaring (Session Organizer)

Director Paolo G. Carozza (Chair)

Former Visiting Fellow Margarita López Maya (Individual Submission)
Paper: Contexto, Condiciones y voto en las Parlamentarias Venezolanas de 2015
ABSTRACT

Former Visiting Fellow René Mayorga (Individual Submission)
Paper: ¨From Erosion to Breakdown of Democracy in the Andes: Populism as Full Authoritarianism”
ABSTRACT

Former Visiting Fellow Soledad Loaeza Tovar (Individual Submission)
Paper: "When and why did pluralism turn into fragmentation. The Latin American experience”

Former Visiting Fellow Ignacio Walker (Individual Submission)
Paper: Democracy in Latin America: A View from the Political Arena

Workshop: Latin American Pension Reforms: Where are we? What’s next?

Former Visiting Fellow Verónica Montecinos (Presenter)

Former Visiting Fellow Juliana Martínez Franzoni (Presenter)

Panel: The Politics of Women’s Rights and Access to Justice

Former Guest Scholar Alba María Ruibal (Session Organizer/Individual Submission)
Paper: “Movilización legal feminista a nivel sub-nacional en la Argentina: el rol de las instituciones autónomas y el activismo institucional”
ABSTRACT

Panel: La Argentina y los Estados Unidos: circulación de modelos políticos, jurídicos y culturales

Former Visiting Fellow Eduardo Zimmermann (Session Organizer)

12:45pm-2:15pm

Workshop: Roundtable: Comparative Analysis and Prospects of Latin American Regionalism

Former Visiting Fellow Laura Gómez Mera (Presenter)

Workshop: After Transitions: The Quality and Diversity of Democratic Regimes 30 Years Later – II

Former Visiting Fellow Maxwell Cameron (Session Organizer)

Panel: Democratization and Inequality: The Role of Political Institutions, Individual Incentives, and Structural Factors

PhD Alumnus Marcelo Leiras (Individual submission)
Paper: Land, labor and rule: economic incentives, political agency and regime choice
ABSTRACT

Panel: Frontiers in Judicial Power

PhD Alumnus Sandra Botero Cabrera (Individual submission)
Paper: Reversal of Fortune: Evolving Patterns of Judicial Activism in Brazil and Colombia
ABSTRACT

Panel: China's Foreign Direct Investment in Latin America and the Caribbean

PhD Alumnus Enrique Dussel Peters (Chair and Individual submission)
Paper: China’s OFDI in Latin America and the Caribbean: performance and challenges
ABSTRACT

Panel: Democratization and Inequality: The Role of Political Institutions, Individual Incentives, and Structural Factors

PhD Alumnus Lucas González (Individual submission)
Paper: The Political and Socioeconomic Impact of Oil Rents: Argentine Provinces in Comparative Perspective
ABSTRACT

Kellogg-Sponsored Workshop: Transitions from Authoritarian Rule: 30 Years After

Former Visiting Fellow Maxwell Cameron (Presenter)

Former Visiting Fellow Gabriela Ippolito-O’Donnell (Chair)

Former Guest Scholar Alfred Stepan (Presenter)

Panel: Historicizing State Terror in Late Twentieth Century Mexico, Guatemala, and Peru

Former Visiting Fellow Manolo Vela-Castañeda (Individual Submission)
Paper: “Butchers: Lessons From the Study of the Perpetrators of the Guatemalan Genocide”
ABSTRACT

2:30pm-4:00pm

Panel: Afro-Brazilian Citizenship and the Politics of The Past and Future

Former Visiting Fellow Sean T. Mitchell (Session Organizer, Individual Submission)
Paper: “Race, Inequality and the Emergence of Ethnoracial Citizenship in Contemporary Brazil”
ABSTRACT

Kellogg-Sponsored Panel: Civilians and Armed Actors in Contexts of Large-Scale Violence

PhD Alumnus Francisco Javier Osorio Zago (Chair)

Visiting Fellow Ana Arjona (Individual Submission)
Paper: Civilian Agency vis-à-vis Armed Actors: Resistance, Obedience and Support in Colombian Conflict Zones
ABSTRACT

PhD Fellow Juan Albarracin Dierolf (Individual Submission)
Paper: Understanding Criminal Electoral Repression: Evidence from Brazilian Urban Slums
ABSTRACT

Faculty Fellow Sarah Daly (Session Organizer, Individual Submission)
Paper: Coercion and Politics: Civilian Support for Actors with Violent Legacies
ABSTRACT

Faculty Fellow Guillermo Trejo (Individual Submission)
Paper: Indigenous Resistance to Criminal Violence Why Ethnic Autonomy has Protected Indigenous Communities from Mexico’s Inter-Cartel Wars
ABSTRACT

Former Visiting Fellow Richard O. Snyder (Discussant)

Workshop: After Transitions: The Quality and Diversity of Democratic Regimes 30 Years Later - I

PhD Alumus Jorge-Vargas Cullell (Presenter)

PhD Alumnus Lucas González (Presenter)

Former Visiting Fellow Gabriela Ippolito-O’Donnell (Session Organizer)

Panel: Dinámicas electorales en el nivel subnacional. Análisis de los casos de Argentina, Brasil, Colombia, Perú y Uruguay

Former Guest Scholar Oswaldo Amaral (Individual Submission)
Paper: Escolhas conectadas? O impacto da eleição presidencial na decisão dos eleitores no nível subnacional no Brasil
ABSTRACT

Panel: Dialogism and new indigeneities and mestizajes

Former Guest Scholar Stephanie Rousseau (Individual Submission)
Paper: The ‘Ley de Lenguas Indigenas’ and Regional Identity Construction in Cusco and Ayacucho, Peru
ABSTRACT

Panel: Political Representation and Electoral Accountability

Former Visiting Fellow Matthew M. Singer (Individual Submission)
Paper: “Does Good Performance Give the President a Blank Check: Attitudes Toward Free Speech Protections and Checks and Balances in Latin America”
ABSTRACT

Panel: Mining and Social Protest in Latin America

Former Residential Fellow Rose J. Spalding (Session Organizer and Individual Submission)
Paper: “Mining and Protest in Central America: Interpreting Alternative Outcomes”
ABSTRACT

Workshop: Conservatism in the Americas

Former Visiting Fellow Soledad Loaeza Tovar (Chair)

Panel: The Role of External Actors in Post-Hegemonic Latin America

Former Visiting Fellow Carol Wise (Individual Submission, coauthored with Victoria Chonn Ching, University of Southern California)
Paper: After the Fall: China and Latin America’s Emerging Economies
ABSTRACT

4:15pm-5:45pm

Panel: Political Representation and Electoral Accountability

PhD Alumnus Nara Pavão De Carvalho (Individual submission)
Paper: Attitudes Toward Corruption and Electoral Accountability: Evidence From Brazil
ABSTRACT

Panel: Economia de la Educacion

PhD Alumnus Stephanie Arnett (Individual submission)
Paper: Social Policy and Education Equality: What works in the Case of Mexico?
ABSTRACT

Workshop: Latin American Documentary Film in the New Millennium

PhD Alumnus Maria Guadalupe Arenillas (Co-chair)

Panel: Transnational Violence and Corruption: The Challenge to Security Policy

PhD Alumnus Krystin Krause (Chair, Individual submission)
Paper: High Corruption, Low Security: How Corruption and Lack of Social Spending Increases Security Risks in Central America

Panel: After Transitions: The Quality and Diversity of Democratic Regimes 30 Years Later – II

Former Visiting Fellow Maxwell Cameron (Session Organizer)

Former Visiting Fellow Gabriela Ippolito-O’Donnell (Session Organizer)

Workshop: Parliaments and congresses in the history of Latin America: A new research agenda

Former Visiting Fellow Eduardo Posada-Carbo (Chair)

Panel: Narratives and Memory in Human Rights Discourses

Former Visiting Fellow Angelina Snodgrass Godoy (Individual Submission)
Paper: “Making Meaning of Violence: Human Rights and Historical Memory”
ABSTRACT

Workshop: Parliaments and congresses in the history of Latin America: A new research agenda

Former Visiting Fellow Eduardo Zimmermann (Presenter)

6:00pm-7:40pm

Panel: Liderazgos Presidenciales en Democracias Presidencialistas

PhD Alumnus and Former Visiting Fellow María Matilde Ollier (Individual submission)
Paper: Gobierno de Partido Dominante y Gobierno de Coalicion (Los gabinetes en el Presidencialismo Argentino 1983-2015)
ABSTRACT

Panel: Cartogragias de la resistencia: subjetividades de genero, marginalidades y saberes en la produccion cultural chilena contemporanea

PhD Alumnus Javier Mocarquer (Chair, Individual submission)
Paper: Resistir y reivindicar: Mónica Montero en la escena literaria chilena contemporánea
ABSTRACT

Panel: The Challenges of Participatory Policies in Local Government Decision-Making

Graduate Affiliate Maggie Shum (Individual Submission)
Paper: The Politics of Participatory Budgeting - Lessons from Brazilian Municipalities
ABSTRACT

Monday, May 30

8:00am-9:30am

Panel: Chronicles of Indies and Early Modern Science

Faculty Fellow Carlos Jáuregui (Discussant and Chair)

LASA Section Presentation: A Family Affair: The Samper-Acosta kin redefine gender and nation in 19th-century Colombia

Faculty Fellow Vanesa Miseres (Chair)

Former Visiting Fellow Lina Del Castillo (Individual Submission)
Paper: Space-Making Memorialization in Revolutionary Times: Joaquin Acosta’s 1840s compilation of Colombia’s 1820s Scientific Expedition
ABSTRACT

Workshop: Social policy in Latin America: Research and policy challenges

PhD Alumnus and Former Visiting Fellow Rossana Castiglioni (Presenter and Session organizer)

9:45am-11:15am

Panel: La crisis de la democracia en América Latina: aproximaciones teóricas y perspectivas comparadas.

Former Visiting Fellow Isidoro Cheresky (Individual submission)
Paper: Democracia continua: representación y auto representación
ABSTRACT

Workshop: Fifty Years of Political Change: Looking Back, Looking Forward in the Study of Latin American Democracy

Former Visiting Fellow Steve R. Levitsky (Presenter)

Featured Session: LARR at LASA - LARR at 50

Panel: Mexican Immigrant Families and the Regimes of Deportation and Limited Inclusion in the United States

Former Guest Scholar Guillermo Yrizar-Barbosa (Session Organizer and Individual Submission)
Paper: “The Threat of Deportation among Undocumented Parents with U.S. Citizen Children in Los Angeles and New York City”
ABSTRACT

12:45pm-2:15pm

Panel: Protesta y movilización en América Latina: reactivación de los sujetos, ampliación de los repertorios. ¿Más derechos?

Former Visiting Fellow Manuel Antonio Garretón (Individual Submission)
Paper: Sentidos y tensiones de las movilizaciones contemporáneas en América Latina
ABSTRACT

Former Visiting Fellow Thea Riofrancos (Individual Submission)
Paper: “Proleptic Protest: The challenge of resisting a new extractive sector in Ecuador”
ABSTRACT

Panel: Arts, History and Memory

PhD Alumnus Kimberly Berg (Individual submission)
Paper: Only in Patagonia: Welsh Heritage and Prestige in Chubut Province
ABSTRACT

Panel: The Crises of Left Governments in Latin America

Former Visiting Fellow Margarita López-Maya (Discussant)

Former Visiting Fellow Kenneth M. Roberts (Individual Submission)
Paper: Student Protest and the Crisis of Political Representation in Chile
ABSTRACT

Featured Session: LARR in LASA - Open-Access Publishing

Former Visiting Fellow Philip D. Oxhorn (Session Organizer)

Panel: Juicio y Castigo: New research on human rights trials and the struggle against impunity in Latin America II

Former Visiting Fellow Leigh A. Payne (Discussant)

2:30pm-4:00pm

Panel: Subnational Electoral Politics and Policymaking

PhD Alumnus Carlos Gervasoni (Discussant)

Former Visiting Fellow Steven Samford (Individual Submission)
Paper: The Politics of Local Industrial Policy in Mexico
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Panel: La economía simbólica del cuerpo latinoamericano: transacciones y tránsitos.

Graduate Affiliate Santiago Quintero (Co-chair and Individual Submission)
Paper: Linajes infectos: El vampiro negro (1953) de Román Viñoly y la herencia monstruosa del cuerpo popular argentino
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Workshop: Dealing with Populists in Government

Former Guest Scholar Ana Maria Bejarano (Presenter)

Former Visiting Fellow Kenneth M. Roberts (Presenter)

Panel: Rethinking Politics in the Global Spanish Empire. Sixteenth through Eighteenth Centuries

Former Visiting Fellow Jorge Cañizares-Esguerra (Chair)

Workshop: Los fundadores de la reflexión política contemporánea en América Latina

Former Visiting Fellow Manuel Antonio Garretón (Presenter)

Former Visiting Fellow Ricardo Martín Tanaka (Chair and Presenter)

Former Visiting Fellow Gerardo L. Munck (Presenter)

Former Visiting Fellow Richard O. Snyder (Discussant)

4:15pm-5:45pm

Panel: The Cold War and the Early Stages of Latin American Studies

Former Visiting Fellow Carmen Diana Deere (Chair)

Panel: The transformation of lived religion in urban Latin America

Former Visiting Fellow Daniel H. Levine (Discussant)

Former Visiting Fellow Catalina Romero (Individual Submission)
Paper: “Lived religion in Lima, Perú”
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Panel: An Empirical Exploration of Latin America’s New Constitutions since 1990: Promulgating Democracy or Perpetuating Non-Democratic Regimes?

Former Visiting Fellow Gabriel L. Negretto Pérez (Discussant)

6:00pm-7:30pm

Panel: Postconflicto y Transición: Demandas Internacionales en el Marco de la Reparación Integral, desde la perspectiva de los Procesos Latinoamericanos

PhD Alumnus Ezequiel González Ocantos (Discussant)

Kellogg-Sponsored Panel: Party System Institutionalization, Erosion, and Collapse

Faculty Fellow Scott Mainwaring (Session Organizer, Individual Submission)
Paper: Party System Institutionalization in Latin America
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PhD Fellows Fernando Bizzarro and Ana Petrova
Paper: Reconceptualizing Party System Institutionalization
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Former Faculty Fellow and former Kellogg Institute Director Frances Hagopian (Discussant)

Workshop: The Future of the Developmentalist State in Brazil

Former Visiting Fellow Ben Ross Schneider (Presenter)


 

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