Thursday, October 22 at 5:30pm
With more limited in-person contact this semester, the Kellogg Institute invites you to connect with our new Visiting Fellows and Dissertation Year Fellows, getting to know them and learning more about their research in a casual setting.
Prior to the event, click on the "Fellows" tab to read bios for our Visiting Fellows and Dissertation Year Fellows, and watch brief videos about their research on the additional tabs. Further information about our Visiting Fellows through this multimedia Spark experience.
Registration is required in order to receive Zoom connection information.
Dissertation Year Fellows
Assistant Professor of Latin American History
University of North Carolina, Greensboro
“Cartographies of Conflict: Political Culture and Urban Protest in Santiago, Chile, 1872-1994”
Assistant Professor of Politics
University of California, Santa Cruz
“Immigrants’ Access to Social Protection in Latin America"
Founder and Director
Oil for Venezuela Foundation
“The Unraveling of Venezuela’s Populist Experiment: 2013-2019”
Associate Professor, School of International Service
"Power you Can Trust”: Fractal Sovereignty in Sierra Leone
Charles A. and Leo M. Favrot Professor of Human Relations, Department of Sociology
“Venezuela's Transition to Illiberalism, Vol. 1: Hugo Chávez and 21st Century Socialism”
Alejandro Castrillón (political science)
“Simón Bolívar and the Reconfiguration of Modern Republicanism”
Bernardo Pulido Marquez (law)
“When Someone Decides Before the Voter: Inadmissible Restrictions to the Right to Stand for Election”
Esteban Salas (history)
“The Birth of the Slave Plantation System in Benguela, 1760-1860”