Profile updated 2022
Eduardo Viola is senior research fellow at the Institute of Advanced Studies, University of Sao Paulo, and professor of international relations at the School of International Relations, Getulio Vargas Foundation (Sao Paulo). He retired from the University of Brasilia in 2018 after 39 years (27 years as full professor) and is now an emeritus professor. He continues publishing extensively about globalization and governance, the global politics of climate change and energy transition, the domestic and international politics of climate change in Brazil, and Brazilian foreign policy. He has more than 300 citations at Web of Science and more than 5,800 at Google Scholar. His most recent books areClimate Change and Biodiversity Governance in the Amazon. At the Edge of Ecological Collapse? (Routledge, 2021), with coauthor Joana Castro Pereira, and Brazil and Climate Change. Beyond the Amazon (Routledge, 2018), co-authored with Matias Franchini.
A former Kellogg Institute visiting fellow, Viola holds a PhD from the Universidade de São Paulo.
"Transitions to Democracy: Brazil and Argentina in the 1980s"
Working Paper Number: 021
Published: July 1984
"New Social Movements, Political Culture, and Democracy: Brazil and Argentina"
Working Paper Number: 033
Published: December 1984
Thirty Years of Democracy in Brazil: A Research Workshop
Update: Former Visiting Fellow Eduardo Viola
Nov 30, 2021
Former Kellogg Institute Visiting Fellow Eduardo Viola (1983-84) is professor of international relations at the School of International Relations, Getulio Vargas Foundation (Sao Paulo, Brazil) and senior research fellow at Institute of Advanced Studies, University of Sao Paulo.