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Kellogg Institute Visitors - 2014-2015

Visiting Fellows

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

Kellogg Institute Visitors - 2014-2015Diego 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”

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

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”

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

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

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Fabiano Gomes
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
January 12 - February 28

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