Keough
University of Notre Dame
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Former Visiting Fellows
(Fall 1998-Present)

For past Guest Scholars, please click here.

2016-2017

Katherine Corcoran
Hewlett Fellow for Public Policy
Journalist
Former Bureau Chief for Mexico and Central America, Associated Press
Kellogg Institute Hewlett Fellow for Public Policy
"En la Boca del Lobo (In the Lion's Den): Press Freedom in Mexico"
Spring semester

Henrique Carlos de Oliveira de Castro
Brazilian Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Democracy and Human Development
Department of Economy and International Relations, Political Science Graduate Program
Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS)
“Human Development and Democracy:  A Political Culture Approach”
Fall semester

Hernán Flom
Department of Political Science
University of California, Berkeley
“The Politics of Organized Crime Regulation in Latin America”
Academic year

Lauren Honig
Department of Government
Cornell University
“Land, State-Building, and Political Authority in Africa”
Academic year

Stuart Kirsch
Department of Anthropology
University of Michigan
“The Politics of Engaged Research:  Anthropology Beyond the Text”
Fall semester

Tina Lee
Department of Sociology
Princeton University
“Enfranchising Private Entrepreneurs:  The Unintended Consequences of Party Building among China’s Industrialists”
Academic year

Amy Erica Smith
Department of Political Science
Iowa State University
“The Culture Wars in Another America:  Evangelicals, Catholics, and Brazilian Democracy”
Academic year

Margaret Triyana
Department of Economics
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
“Components of Health Investments in Developing Countries: Evidence from Indonesia and the Philippines”
Academic year

2015-2016

Ana Arjona
Department of Political Science         
Northwestern University
“Civilian Choice in Contexts of Organized Violence”
Spring Semester

Bob Baulch
Department of Economics
RMIT University Vietnam
“Human Development and Multi-Dimensional Poverty in Southeast Asia”
Fall Semester

Simona Beretta
Department of International Economics
Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan
“Human Dignity and Development: The Transformative Impact of Love and Truth”
Spring Semester

Maria Clara Bingemer
Brazilian Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Democracy and Human Development
Department of Theology
Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro
“God in America: A Comparative Analysis in Latin American and Latino/a Theology”
Spring Semester

Luigi Crema
Department of Italian and Supranational Public Law
Università degli Studi di Milano
“Assessing the Place of Solidarity in International Law”
Spring Semester

Kristin McKie
Department of Government and African Studies Program
St. Lawrence University
“Reining in the Big Men: African Executives and the Rule of Law”
Academic year

Olukunle Owolabi
Department of Political Science
Villanova University
“The Colonial Origins of (Under)development, Dictatorship and Democracy: West Africa and the West Indies in Comparative Perspective”
Spring Semester

Mercedes Prieto
Department of Anthropology
FLACSO, Sede Ecuador
“The Andean Indigenous Program Implemented by the International Labor Organization in Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia, 1950–1975”
Fall Semester

George Tsebelis
Department of Political Science
University of Michigan
“The Effects of Constitutions on Rights and Welfare”
Academic year

2014-2015

Jorge Cañizares-Esguerra
Department of History
University of Texas at Austin
“Bible and Empire: The Old Testament in the Spanish Monarchy, from Columbus to the Wars of Independence”
Academic year

Lina del Castillo
Department of History and Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies (LLILAS)
University of Texas at Austin
“Mapping Out Colombia: Transnational Visions and Regional Designs in the Making of the Early Republic, 1807–1865”
Academic year

Diego García-Sayán
Hewlett Visiting Fellow for Public Policy
Inter American Court of Human Rights
“Inter-American Court of Human Rights: Impact on the Improvement of Human Rights and on the Strengthening of Democracy in Latin America”
September 8 – October 8

Fausto Hernández Trillo
Department of Economics
Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE)
“Fiscal Decentralization and Poverty: The Case of Mexico”
Academic year

Sandra Ley Gutiérrez
Department of Political Science
Duke University
“Citizens in Fear: Political Participation and Voting Behavior in the Midst of Violence”
Academic year

James Loxton
Department of Government
Harvard University
“Authoritarian Inheritance and Conservative Party-Building in Latin America”
Academic year

Bumba Mukherjee
Department of Political Science
Penn State University
“Shadow Banks, the IMF, and the Politics of Financial Crises in Developing Countries”
Spring

Andrea Pin
Faculty of Law
University of Padua, Italy
“The Arab Pursuit of Happiness”
Fall

Thea Riofrancos
Department of Political Science
University of Pennsylvania
“Contesting Extraction: State-making, Democracy, and Large Scale Mining in Ecuador”
Academic year

Matthew Singer
Department of Political Science
University of Connecticut
“Delegating Away Democracy: How Good Representation and Policy Successes Can Undermine Democratic Attitudes”
Spring

Antina von Schnitzler
Department of International Affairs
The New School
“Democracy's Infrastructure: Neoliberalism, Techno-Politics and Citizenship after Apartheid”
Fall

Robert D. Woodberry
Department of Political Science
National University of Singapore
“The Missionary Roots of Liberal Democracy”
Academic year

2013-2014

Adam Auerbach
Department of Political Science
University of Wisconsin-Madison
"Demanding Development: Democracy, Community Governance, and Public Goods Provision in India's Urban Slums"
Academic Year

Tiffany Barnes
Department of Political Science
University of Kentucky
“Women’s Representation and the Impact of Institutional Incentives”
Fall

Laura Gomez-Mera
Department of Political Science
University of Miami
“Power, Morality, and Global Prohibition Regimes: International Cooperation in the Fight against Human Trafficking”
Spring

Gabriela Ippolito-O’Donnell
Department of Political Science
Universidad Nacional de San Martín
Buenos Aires, Argentina
“Subnational Civil Society and the Quality of Democracy in Argentina”
Calendar year 2013

Philippe LeMay-Boucher
Department of Economics
Heriot-Watt University
Edinburgh, UK
“How to Improve Malaria Prevention: Evidence from a Randomized Controlled Trial on the Impact of Information and Marketing Treatments on the Demand for Insecticide-Treated Bed Nets in Senegal”
Fall

Mauro Magatti
Department of Sociology
Catholic University of the Sacred Heart
Milan, Italy
“Europe:  An Institution without a Society?”
Fall (October 6 – November 12)

Richard Matland
Department of Political Science
Loyola University Chicago
“Social Capital and Trust in Russia:  Experimental Evidence Across Four Russian Regions”
Academic Year

Derek Peterson
Department of History
University of Michigan
"Uganda's History from the Margins"
Spring

Andrea Simoncini
Department of Law
University of Florence
Florence, Italy
“Europe:  An Institution without a Society?”
Fall (October 28 – December 3)

Jessica K. Taft
Department of Sociology
Davidson College
“Social Movements and the Meaning of Childhood: Intergenerational Collaboration in the Peruvian Working Children's Movement”
Spring

Alice Wiemers
Department of History
Otterbein University
"Help Them Help Us: Development, Authority, and Family in a Northern Ghanaian Town, 1942-2012"
Academic Year

Joseph Wiltberger
Department of Anthropology
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
“Sueños Salvadoreños: Struggles to Build Other Futures in El Salvador's Migration Landscape”
Academic Year

2012-2013

José Antonio Aguilar Rivera
Department of Political Science
Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE)
Mexico City, Mexico
"Great Expectations: Democracy and Its Discontents"
Academic Year

David Altman
Department of Political Science
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Santiago, Chile
“Does Direct Democracy Alter the Status Quo? The Policy Impact of Direct Democracy Around the World (1980–2010)”
Fall

Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas
Hewlett Visiting Fellow for Public Policy
Coordinator of International Affairs for
Mexico City, Mexico
“Mexico: From the Revolution to the Present”
Spring

Rossana Castiglioni
Department of Political Science
Universidad Diego Portales
Santiago, Chile
“Against All Odds: Social Policy Rollbacks in Democratic Chile”
Fall

Gabriela Ippolito-O’Donnell
Department of Political Science
Universidad Nacional de San Martín
Buenos Aires, Argentina
“Subnational Civil Society and the Quality of Democracy in Argentina”
Calendar year 2013

Fabrice Lehoucq
Department of Political Science
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
“Political Competition and Regime Development in Latin America”
Spring

Kristin Michelitch
Department of Political Science
New York University
“Good Morning Timbuktu! The Impact of Radio in Rural Islamic Africa”
Academic Year

María Matilde Ollier
Department of Political Science
Universidad Nacional de San Martín
Buenos Aires, Argentina
“Presidential Leadership in Latin America”
Fall

Steven Samford
Department of Political Science
University of New Mexico
“Coproducing Innovation: State-Society Relations and the Production and Diffusion of Technology in Mexico”
Academic Year

José Zalaquett
Hewlett Visiting Fellow for Public Policy
Faculty of Law
University of Chile
"Use of Force in International Law and Ethics: Emerging Issues"
Spring

Rodrigo Zarazaga, SJ
Centro de Investigación y Acción Social (CIAS)
Buenos Aires, Argentina
“Political Machines and Networks of Brokers”
Fall

2011-2012

Donato Amado Gonzales
Instituto Nacional de Cultura
Cusco, Peru
“Documents of Andean History”
FALL

Asli Baykal
Department of Anthropology
University of Richmond
“Neither Postsocialist Nor Transitioning: The Pressures of Living Under Uncertainty in Post-Soviet Uzbekistan”
ACADEMIC YEAR

John Gerring
Hewlett Visiting Fellow for Public Policy
Department of Political Science
Boston University
“Varieties of Democracy”
ACADEMIC YEAR

Samuel Handlin
Department of Political Science
University of California, Berkeley
“The Politics of Polarization: Legitimacy Crises, Left Political Mobilization, and Party System Divergence in South America, 1990–2010”
ACADEMIC YEAR

Matthew Ingram
Department of Political Science
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
“Crafting Courts in New Democracies:  The Politics of Subnational Judicial Reform in Brazil and Mexico”
ACADEMIC YEAR

Patience Kabamba
Department of Anthropology and Development Studies
University of Johannesburg, South Africa
“States in Africa: Informal Economy in Comparative Perspective in Cameroon, Senegal, and Nigeria”
ACADEMIC YEAR

Noam Lupu
Department of Political Science
University of Wisconsin – Madison
“Partisanship, Brand Dilution, and the Breakdown of Political Parties in Latin America”
FALL

Eduardo Posada Carbó
The Latin American Centre
School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies
St. Antony's College, Oxford, England
"Elections and Democracy in Colombia, 1830-1930"
SPRING

Manolo Vela Castañeda
School of Political Science
Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala
Guatemala City, Guatemala
“The Cold War in Central America. New Findings with Comparative Perspectives (1944-1996)”
ACADEMIC YEAR

2010-2011

Manuel Alcántara
Department of Public Law
University of Salamanca
“Quality and Professionalization of Politicians in Latin America”
SPRING

Leonardo Arriola
Department of Political Science
University of California, Berkeley
“Tough Competition:  A Comparative Study of Electoral Violence in New Democracies”
SPRING

Robert Senath Esuruku
Institute of Ethics and Development Studies
Uganda Martyrs University, Nkozi, Uganda
“Gender, Local Governance and Participatory Rural Development in Uganda”
ACADEMIC YEAR

Tasha Fairfield
Department of Political Science
University of California, Berkeley
“The Politics of Equity-Enhancing Tax Reform in Latin America”
FALL

Tiago Fernandes
Department of Political Science and Social Sciences
European University Institute, Florence, Italy
“Patterns of Associational Life in Western Europe, 1870–1970: A Comparative and Historical Interpretation”
ACADEMIC YEARS 2009 – 2011

Evelyne Huber
Department of Political Science
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
“Politics, Development, Social Policy, and Poverty and Inequality in Latin America”
FALL

Juliana Martínez Franzoni
Fulbright Scholar (August – November 2010)
Institute for Social Research
University of Costa Rica
“Are Redistributive Gains from the Left-turn Sustainable? Lessons from Costa Rican Social Protection”
ACADEMIC YEAR

René Antonio Mayorga
Department of Political Science
CEBEM Bolivia; FLACSO Ecuador
“State Weakness, Left Populism and Erosion of Democracy in the Andean Region”
SPRING

Paul Ocobock
Department of History
Princeton University
“Tyranny of Elders:  Mobilizing Youth and Crafting the State in Postcolonial Kenya, 1963-2009”
ACADEMIC YEAR

Robert Person
Department of Political Science
Yale University
“Nothing to Gain But Your Chains: Popular Support for Democracy and Authoritarianism in the Former Soviet Union”
SPRING

Ottón Solís
Hewlett Visiting Fellow for Public Policy
Citizens Action Party, Costa Rica
“Subsidizing Multinational Corporations: The Real Face of the Washington Consensus”
ACADEMIC YEAR

John Stephens
Department of Political Science, Center for European Studies
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
“Politics, Development, Social Policy, and Poverty and Inequality in Latin America”
FALL

2009-2010

Taylor Boas
Deptartment of Political Science
Boston University
"Electoral Strategies, Campaign Consultants, and the Quality of Democracy in Post-Transition Countries"
ACADEMIC YEAR 2009-2010

Luis Cosenza
Cosenza & Cia
Tegucigalpa, Honduras
"Strengthening the Rule of Law in Small, Developing Countries"
FALL

Tiago Fernandes
Department of Political and Social Sciences
European University Institute, Florence
"Patterns of Associational Life in Western Europe, 1870-–1970: A Comparative and Historical Interpretation"
ACADEMIC YEARS 2009-2011

Duncan Green
Oxfam GB
"From Poverty to Power"
8/29/09–9/12/09

Carlos Guevara Mann
Department of Political Science
University of Nevada, Reno
“Career Paths and Representatives’ Motivations: A Comparison of Deputies’ Behavior in Chile and Panama”
SPRING

Benjamin Junge
Department of Anthropology
State University of New York, New Paltz
“Citizenship Appeals: Neoliberalism, Participatory Democracy, and Gender in Porto Alegre, Brazil”
SPRING

Daniel Kselman
Department of Political Science
Duke University
"Electoral Institutions, Intra-Party Competition, and Political Conflict"
FALL

Victoria Langland
Department of History
University of California, Davis
"Speaking of Flowers: Student Movements and Memories of 1968 in Military Brazil"
FALL

Cas Mudde
Department of Political Science
University of Antwerp, Belgium
"To the Left? To the Right? Explaining Populism(s) in Europe and Latin America"
ACADEMIC YEAR

Valeria Palanza
Department of Political Science
Princeton University
"Lawmaking in Separation of Powers Systems"
FALL

Amy Reynolds
Department of Sociology
Princeton University
“Challenging Corporations: Religious Development Organizations and Market Opportunites for Coffee Farmers”
SPRING

Mariela Szwarcberg
Department of Political Science
University of Chicago
"Making Local Democracy: Political Machines, Clientelism, and Social Networks in Latin America"
ACADEMIC YEAR

2008 - 2009

Matthew Carnes, SJ
Department of Political Science
Stanford University
“The Politics of Labor Regulation in Latin America”
SPRING

Luis Cosenza
(Hewlett Visiting Fellow)
Cosenza & Cia, Honduras
FALL

Sean T. Mitchell
Department of Anthropology
University of Chicago
“Relaunching Alcântara:  Space, Race, Technology & Inequality in Brazil”
ACADEMIC YEAR

Noor O'Neill Borbieva
Department of Anthropology
Harvard University
“Development in the Kyrgyz Republic: Exchange, Communal Networks, and the Foreign Presence”
FALL

Eduardo Posada-Carbó
Latin American Centre
St. Antony’s College, England
“The Origins of Democracy in the Americas, 1770s-1880s”
8/22/08 – 9/22/08

Rachel Riedl
Department of Political Science
Princeton University
“Institutions in New Democracies: Variations in African Party Systems”
11/3/08 – 12/3/08

Sanjay Ruparelia
Department of Political Science
New School for Social Research
“Divided We Govern: Federal Coalition Politics in India in Comparative Perspective”
SPRING

Leslie Schwindt-Bayer
Department of Political Science
University of Missouri
“Women's Representation in Latin America”
FALL

Martín Tanaka
Department of Political Science
Instituto de Estudios Peruanos
“The Paths of Democracy in the Andean Region: Evolution or Collapse of the Party Systems, and its Political Implications”
SPRING

Nina Wiesehomeier
Department of Political Science
University of Konstanz, Germany
“Political Polarization in Latin America”
ACADEMIC YEAR

Mikael Wolfe
Department of History
University of Chicago
"'Engineerist' Ideology between State and Nature in Mexico”
SPRING

Joseph Wright
Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance
Princeton University
“When Does Economic Crisis Lead to Democratization?”
ACADEMIC YEAR

Eduardo Zimmermann
Universidad de San Andrés, Argentina
“Lawyers, Social Sciences, and State Modernization in 20th-century Argentina”
FALL

2007 - 2008

Manuel Alcántara
Department of Public Law
University of Salamanca
“The Quality of Political Leaders in Latin America”
FALL

Noor O'Neill Borbieva
Department of Anthropology
Harvard University
“Development in the Kyrgyz Republic: Exchange, Communal Networks, and the Foreign Presence”
SPRING

Daniel Corstange
Department of Political Science
University of Michigan
“Diversity and Development or Pluralism and Poverty? Government Institutions and the Economic Development of Multiethnic Societies”
SPRING

Luis González
CIFRA/González, Raga y Asociados
“The Nature and Causes of Main Political Crises in Latin America Since the End of the Cold War”
SPRING

Simanti Lahiri
Department of Political Science
University of Wisconsin, Madison
“Consumed by Commitment: Suicide Protest in Contentious Politics”
SPRING

Yung C. Lee
Department of Public Administration
Jeonnam National University
“Conservative Turn of Korean Labor Unions after Democratization, 1987-2002”
ACADEMIC YEAR

Gary J. Marx
(Hewlett Visiting Fellow)
Latin American Correspondent
Chicago Tribune
SPRING

Gabriel Negretto
Department of Political Science
Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económica (CIDE)
“Political Conflict, Institutional Design, and Constitutional Instability”
ACADEMIC YEAR

Aníbal Pérez-Liñán
Department of Political Science
University of Pittsburgh
“Democratization in Latin America”
ACADEMIC YEAR

Cecilia V. Vaisman
(Hewlett Visiting Fellow)
Freelance Writer and Photographer
FALL

2006 - 2007

Diego Abente Brun
Department of Sociology and Politics
Universidad Católica
Centro de Análisis y Difusión de la Economía Paraguay (CADEP)
FALL

Daniel Brinks
Department of Government
University of Texas at Austin
“Law and Rights in Developing Countries: The Impact of Legal Strategies on Social and Economic Rights”
ACADEMIC YEAR

Eduardo Posada-Carbó
Research Associate
Latin American Centre,
St. Antony’s College, Oxford
SPRING

Luis Cosenza
Executive Director for Central America and Belize
Inter-American Development Bank (IADB)
"Structural Reform in Honduras"
ACADEMIC YEAR

Nicanor Domínguez
Visiting Scholar at the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
“Pillars of the Monarchy or the Critical Consciousness of the Colony? Criollo and Mestizo Priests in the Colonial Peruvian Church”
ACADEMIC YEAR

John French
Department of History
Duke University
“The Origin of Brazil’s Lula: Building Movements in a World in Flux, São Paulo, 1950–1980”
SPRING

Juliet Hooker
Department of Government
University of Texas at Austin
“Building Post-Mestizo Democracy: Race, Nationalism, and Multicultural Citizenship in Nicaragua”
FALL

Daniel H. Levine
Political Science
University of Michigan
“New Dynamics of Religion, Society and Politics in Latin America”
SPRING

Cecilia Martinez-Gallardo
Department of Political Science
Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE)
“Designing Cabinets: Presidents, Politics and Policymaking in Latin America”
SPRING

Irene Rizzini
Brazilian Ministry of Culture
“Perceptions and Experiences of Citizenship Among Young People in Urban Brazil”
FALL

Donggyu Sul
Economics
University of Auckland, New Zealand
“Growth Determinants Under Economic Transition”
FALL

2005 - 2006

Roxana Barrantes Cáceres 

Department of Economics
Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
“Social Movements and Civil Society: Popular Organizations to Improve Housing and Social/Urban Conditions in the Central Area of São Paulo”

SPRING

Susan Fitzpatrick-Behrens
California State University, Northridge
"Transforming Mission: Maryknoll Catholic Missionaries, Indigenous Catechists,
and Liberation Theology in Peru and Guatemala, 1943 to 2000"
ACADEMIC YEAR

Daphna Canetti-Nisim 

Department of Political Science

University of Haifa, Israel

“Religion and Democracy: Friends or Foes”

SPRING

Vladimir Gel’Man 

Department of Political Science

European University, St. Petersburg, Russia

“Out of the Frying Pan, Into the Fire? Post-Communist Regime Change in Russia in a Comparative Perspective”

SPRING

Jan Hoffman French
Duke University
"Rewards of Resistance: Legalizing Identity Among Descendants
of Indians & Fugitive Slaves in Northeastern Brazil"
FALL

Kenneth Greene
University of Texas, Austin
"Defeating Dominance: Opposition Party Building and Democratization in Mexico"
FALL

Axel Hadenius
Uppsala University
Uppsala, Sweden
(Hewlett Visiting Fellow)
FALL

Miriam Kornblith
Instituto de Estudios Superiores de Administración (IESA)
Caracas, Venezuela
(Fulbright Educational Partnerships)
FALL

Tim Power
Florida International University
"Twenty Years of Brazilian Democracy"
FALL

Gulnaz Sharafutdinova
Department of Political Science

Miami University, Ohio

“The Dynamics of Post Communist Transformation: Varieties of Authoritarian Regimes and Paradoxes of Crony Capitalism”

SPRING

Donna Lee Van Cott
Tulane University
"Intercultural Governance and the Quality of Democracy in Latin America"
FALL

Lucan Ahmad Way
Temple University
"Pluralism by Default in Belarus, Moldova, Russia, and Ukraine:
Competitive Authoritarianism After the Cold War"
ACADEMIC YEAR

2004 - 2005

Soledad Loaeza
El Colegio de México
"The Mexican Presidency in the XXth Century: An Analysis of Power and Constraints.
The Gustavo Díaz Ordaz Administration. 1964-1970"
SPRING

Cinezio Feliciano Pecanha (Mestre Cobra Mansa)
International Capoeira Angola Foundation (ICAF)
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Visiting Chair in Brazilian Cultural Studies

Francisco Rodríguez
Instituto de Estudios Superiores de Administración (IESA)
Caracas, Venezuela
"Why Did Venezuelan Growth Collapse?"
SPRING

Pablo Sandoval
Instituto de Estudios Peruanos (IEP)
Lima, Peru
(Fulbright Educational Partnerships)
"Democratic Reform in the Andean Region"
SPRING

Patricia Zárate
Instituto de Estudios Peruanos (IEP)
Lima, Peru
(Fulbright Educational Partnerships)
"Democratic Reform in the Andean Region"

Victoria Tin-Bor Hui
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science
"Globalization, Development, and Constitutionalism in Historical Perspective: Lessons from the West on the Rest"
ACADEMIC YEAR

Wendy Hunter
University of Texas at Austin
"From Opposition Movement to Government Party: Growth and Transformation of the Workers' Party in Brazil"
ACADEMIC YEAR

Kurt Weyland
University of Texas at Austin
"The Diffusion of Innovations: Social Policy Reform in Latin America"
ACADEMIC YEAR

Cecilia Blondet
Instituto de Estudios Peruanos (IEP)
Lima, Peru
(Fulbright Educational Partnerships)
"Democratic Reform in the Andean Region"
FALL

Luis Alberto Gómez de Souza
CERIS, Brazil
"Latin America & the Catholic Church: Coincidences & Discrepancies-1960/2000"
FALL

Mala Htun
New School University, New York
"Identities and Representation in Latin America"

Carmen Montero
Instituto de Estudios Peruanos (IEP)
Lima, Peru
(Fulbright Educational Partnerships)
"Democratic Reform in the Andean Region"
FALL

Eduardo Posada-Carbó
University of London
"On the Colombian Establishment"
FALL

2003 - 2004

Marieclaire Acosta
Former Under-Secretary for Human Rights and Democracy, Mexico
SPRING

Armando J. Barrios Ros
Instituto de Estudios Superiores de Administración (IESA)
Caracas, Venezuela
(Fulbright Educational Partnerships)
"Democratic Reform in the Andean Region"

Kathleen Bruhn
Department of Political Science
University of California, Santa Barbara
"Partisanship and the Dynamics of Protest in Brazil and Mexico"
SPRING

Juliette Levy
Department of Economic History
University of California, Los Angeles
"The Rights to Credit: Land, Wealth and Institutions in a Developing Economy, Yucatán, 1850-1900"
SPRING

Jamil Mahuad
Former President of Ecuador
"Governing in Globalization or How to Square the Circle""
SPRING

Carlos Meléndez
Instituto de Estudios Peruanos
Lima, Peru
(Fulbright Educational Partnerships)
"Democratic Reform in the Andean Region"
SPRING

Horacio Sobarzo
Department of Economics
El Colegio de México, Mexico City
"Fiscal Federalism in Mexico"
SPRING

Anthony DePalma
Journalism
New York Times
"The Journalist and the Revolution"
FALL

Kathryn Hendley
Department of Political Science
University of Wisconsin, Madison
"Revitalizing Law: An Analysis of the Role of Law in Russian Enterprises"
FALL

Kun-Chin Lin
Department of Political Science
University of California, Berkeley
"Corporatizing China: Reinventing State Control for the Market"
FALL

Covadonga Meseguer
Center for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences
Juan March Institute
Madrid, Spain
"Globalization and Policy Diffusion"
FALL

Simón Pachano
Department of Political Science
FLACSO
Quito, Ecuador
"Ecuador: Political Blockades and Representation"
FALL

Marifeli Perez-Stable
Department of Sociology and Anthropology
Florida International University, Miami
"Cuba's Future Democratic Transition"
FALL

Richard Snyder
Department of Political Science
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"Does Lootable Wealth Breed Chaos? Natural Resources and Political Order in Comparative Perspectives"
FALL

Francisco Weffort
Department of Political Science
Former Brazilian Minister of Culture
São Paulo, Brazil
"Brazilian Culture and Politics: An Exercise in the History of Ideas"

2002 - 2003

Robert Curley
Department of History
Universidad de Guadalajara
"Christian Democracy and the Mexican Revolution (1900-1926)"
FALL

Zsolt Enyedi
Department of Political Science
Central European University
Budapest, Hungary
"Church-State Relations in East-Central Europe: Post-Communist Democracy - Building via Regulation, Establishment, and Discrimination"
FALL

Gerardo L. Munck
Department of Political Science
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
"Conceptualizing and Measuring Democracy and the Rule of Law"
FALL

Shannon Speed
Department of Anthropology
University of Texas at Austin
"Global Discourses on the Local Terrain: Grounding Human Rights in Chiapas"
FALL

Eugenio Tironi
Department of Sociology
Catholic University
Santiago, Chile
Title VI Visiting Professor of Sociology

Victor Supyan
Deputy Director of the Institute of USA and Canada Studies
Russian Academy of Sciences
Moscow, Russia
"Transformation of Ownership in Transitional Society of Russia: Social-Economic Consequences and Role of Government"
SPRING

Ruben Zamora
Instituto Salvadoreño para La Democracia (ISPADE)
San Salvador, El Salvador
"Political Parties of El Salvador"

Tulia Falleti
Department of Political Science
Brown University
Providence, Rhode Island
"Not Just What, but When and by Whom: Decentralization Trajectories and Balance of Power in Argentina, Mexico, and Colombia, 1982-1999"
SPRING

R. Martín Tanaka
Department of Political Science
Instituto de Estudios Peruanos
Lima, Peru
"Crisis and Collapse of Party Systems in the Andean Region"
SPRING

Francisco Weffort
Former Brazilian Minister of Culture
São Paulo, Brazil
SPRING

2001 - 2002

Iván Orozco
Institute for the Study of Politics and International Relations (IEPRI)
Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá
Democracy, Human Rights, and Peace in Colombia
FALL

Alejandro Reyes
Bogotá, Colombia
Democracy, Human Rights, and Peace in Colombia
ACADEMIC YEAR

Aseema Sinha
Department of Political Science
University of Wisconsin-Madison
"Divided Leviathan: Federalism and Developmental States in India"
SPRING

Angelina Snodgrass Godoy
Assistant Professor, Law, Societies, and Justice;
the Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington
"'Justicia a Mano Propia' and the Privatization of Violence in Latin America"
SPRING

Francisco Zapata
Center for Sociological Studies
El Colegio de México, México City
Title VI Visiting Professor of Sociology
SPRING

William Cavanaugh
Department of Theology
University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minnesota
"The Creation of Religion and the Roots of Modern War"
FALL

René Mayorga
CEBEM/FLACSO, La Paz, Bolivia
"Decentralization and Popular Participation: On State Modernization and Democracy in Latin America. The Case of Bolivia"
FALL

Pierre Ostiguy
Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York
"Cleavages and Party System in Argentina: Culture, Class and Identity"
FALL

Catalina Romero
Department of Social Sciences
Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Lima
Title VI Visiting Professor of Sociology
FALL

Edward Schatz
Davis Center for Russian Studies
Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
"Ethnic Conflict and Elite Framing in Post-Soviet Central Asia"
FALL

2000 - 2001

Eduardo Pizarro Leongómez
Princeton University, New Jersey
"Democracy, Human Rights, and Peace in Colombia"
ACADEMIC YEAR

Sarah Brooks
Department of Political Science
Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
"Globalization and Social Policy Reform in Latin America"
SPRING

Benito Nacif Hernández
Centro de Investigación y Docencias Económicas (CIDE), Mexico City
"The Mexican Congress: Change and Continuity in the Transition to Democracy"
SPRING

Larissa Lomnitz
Visiting Professor of Mexican Studies
Department of Anthropology, UNAM, Mexico City
SPRING

David Smilde
Department of Sociology, University of Chicago, Illinois
"Rationality, Meaning and Modernity: Men's Conversion to Pentecostalism in Venezuela"
SPRING

Jason Wittenberg
Academy for International and Area Studies
Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
"Local Church Institutions and the Limits of State-Socialist Rule"
SPRING

Manuel Alcántara
Universidad de Salamanca, Spain
"Internal Structure and Organization of the Political Parties of Latin America"
FALL

Álvaro Camacho
Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá
"Tensions and Obstacles to Democracy and Consolidation in Colombia"
FALL

Kathleen Collins
Stanford University, California
"The Political Sociology of Regime Transition in Central Asia"
FALL

Gretchen Helmke
University of Chicago, Illinois
"Judicial Independence and Executive Control in New Democracies"
FALL

Guillermo Palacios y Olivares
El Colegio de México, Mexico City
"The Academic Intellectuals and the Sociocultural Construction of the 'Campesino Problem' in Mexico, 1920 - 1940"
FALL

Luis Pásara
MINUGUA, Guatemala City
"Judicial Reform and Citizenship in Latin America"
FALL

Nora Segura
Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá
"Work, Family, and Gender in Displaced Populations in Colombia"
FALL

1999 - 2000

Volker Frank
University of North Carolina, Asheville
"Between Success and Failure: Labor Movement Strategies in Democratic Chile"
SPRING

Venelin Ganev
University of Chicago, Illinois
"The Separation of Party and State and the Process of Democratization in Eastern Europe"
SPRING

Carlos Huneeus
Catholic University of Chile and Centro de Estudios de Realidad Contemporánea (CERC), Santiago
"Democracy without Political Parties? Parties at the Dawn of the Twentieth Century"
SPRING

Larissa Lomnitz
Visiting Professor of Mexican Studies
UNAM, Mexico City
SPRING

Viviane Brachet
El Colegio de México, Mexico City
"State-Making and Democracy in Latin America: Argentina, Chile, and Mexico in Historical Perspective"

Joergen Elklit
University of Aarhus, Denmark
"Institutional Change and Democratization Process: The Impact of Electoral Systems on the Legitimacy of Emerging Democracies"

Stephen Levitsky
Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
"From Laborism to Liberalism: Institutionalization and Labor-Based Party Adaptation in Argentina, 1989-1997"

Rafael Durán Muñoz
University of Malaga, Spain
"Reciprocity and Dynamism: State Elites and Mobilized Masses in Southern and Eastern European Transitions"

Vibha Pinglé
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey and
Columbia University, New York City
"Communities, Shared Understandings, and Entrepreneurship in South Africa"
SPRING

1998 - 1999

Gustavo Gallón
Colombian Commission of Jurists, Bogotá
"Dealing with Gross Human Rights Violations of the Past: The Case of Colombia"
ACADEMIC YEAR

Carlos Huneeus
Catholic University of Chile and Centro de Estudios de Realidad Contemporánea (CERC), Santiago
"Leadership and Political Parties: Chile in Comparative Perspective"

Margarita López Maya
Centro de Estudios de Desarrollo (CEDES), Caracas, Venezuela
"Popular Protest in Neoliberal Venezuela"
SPRING

Archibald H. Brown
Distinguished Residential Fellow
St. Antony's College, Oxford, England
"The Political Transformation of Communist Systems:

Julián Casanova
University of Zaragoza, Spain
"Revolution and Counterrevolution in the Spanish Civil War: A Comparative Analysis"

Ilene J. Grabel
University of Denver, Colorado
"Mexico Redux? Currency Crises in Southeast Asia"

Mark P. Jones
Michigan State University
"Variation in Legislative Enterpreneurship in Presidential Systems: Data from beyond the US Case"

Gábor A. Tóka
Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
"The Influence of Political Institutions and Social Structure on Electoral Behavior, Democratic Accountability, and Regime Support: A Multilevel Analysis of Four New Democracies"

Carlos H. Waisman
University of California, San Diego
"Neomercantilism and Its Legacy: The Southern Cone in a Comparative Perspective"


 

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