Collaborator on the project, professor researcher at the Monterrey Institute of Technology in Mexico, and visiting professor at the Rio de Janeiro State University
Graduated from Philosophy and Sociology at the University of Novi Sad, and received MA and PhD degree from the National Autonomous University of Mexico in Latin American Studies (field: Political Philosophy). Research areas: political philosophy, political science, geopolitics, sustainability and development, international relations, ethics, theories of globalization.
Bojana Kovačević Petrović
Collaborator on the project, assistant professor for Spanish Language at the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Novi Sad
Graduated and received MA degree from Spanish Language and Hispanic Literatures at the Faculty of Philology at the University of Belgrade, where she also received PhD in the area of Latin American literature. Research areas: Latin American literature, Translatology, Hispanic cultures, contemporary Spanish language, Hispanic drama and Spanish literature.
Associate professor at the West University of Timisoara, Romania
She was a visiting professor at the Autonomous University of Nuevo León, and she also taught at Paul Valéry University in Montpellier. She authored various articles and books and she also translates prose and poetry. She is the editor of Colindancias - Journal of the Central European Network of Hispanists, and the coordinator of academic exchange between various universities of Central and Southeastern Europe. Among her translations the ones that stand out are Julio Cortázar’s Rayuela (2004), Augusto Monterroso’s Movimiento perpetuo (2008), Mario Bellatín’s Salón de belleza (2009), Vicente Huidobro’s Altazor (2012).
Silvia Izquierdo Tododrović
Graduated as a professor of Spanish Language and Hispanic Literature from the National University of San Marcos
Silvia Izquierdo de Todorović was born in Peru, South America. She specialized in Latin American Spanish language together with Hispanic American literature at the Faculty of Literature of the UNMSM, as well as at School of Higher Studies' Riva-Agüero Institute at the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru in Lima. From 1970 to 2010 she worked as a professor of Spanish Language and Hispanic Civilization at the Iberian Studies Department of the Faculty of Philology in Belgrade. From 2001 to 2011 she worked in the Department of Latin America and the Caribbean, where she taught Introduction to the Latin American Civilization I and II. She authored two books about topics regarding Spanish language and Latin American civilization. Izquierdo de Todorović has been honoured with numerous awards among which are the Order of merit for Distinguished Services in the class of Officer, awarded to her by the Government of Peru, as well as Gold Medal from the Serbian Cultural and Educational Community.
Adjunct Professor at IE School of Global and Public Affairs
She is a member of Research Group Places, marks and territories of memory, at the Memory Studies Nucleus, Institute for Economic and Social Development (IDES), Buenos Aires, Argentina. She holds a PhD in political science from the Compultense University in Madrid. Her areas of expertise are memory studies, memory politics, transitional justice and human rights.
Luis A. Fretes Carreras
Lawyer, a political scientist and a diplomat. An investigator at Center for International Studies by the Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (CEI-IUL)
He is a member of RIBEI’s (The Ibero-American Network for International Studies) Board of Governors, as well as a member of CEISAL’s (The European Union-Latin America and the Caribbean Foundation) Executive Management Committee.
Director of the Ideaz Institute in Vienna. Professor at the University of Vienna and Professor at the University of Quintana Roo, Mexico
PhD in Political Philosophy from the University of Innsbruck of Austria. He also has experience in research and teaching at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, the University of the West Indies in Jamaica, the State University of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil and the University of Warsaw in Poland. His research interests are the non-western and comparative social sciences (political thought, international relations), epistemology, South-South relations and the issues of development. He currently has research projects in Latin America and the Middle East
Carlos A. Pérez Ricart
Research Fellow in the International Studies Division of the Center for Research and Teaching in Economics (CIDE)
Postgraduate Fellow at the Institute for Latin American Studies and at University of Oxford’s Faculty of History. He holds a PhD in Political Sciences from the Free University of Berlin (2016) and a degree in International Relations from The College of Mexico (2011). His teaching and research interests include the study of the relation Mexico-USA, security and organized crime, arms trafficking, drug policies, and state formation theories. His investigation was financed by Mexican, German and English public institutions.
Chief of Investigation at CLACSO
Postgraduate Fellow in Social Sciences, Childhood and Youth (PUC-SP, COLEF, U.Manizales/CINDE, UNLa, CLACSO). He holds a PhD in Social Sciences and he is a History professor at the University of Buenos Aires. He also is a research assistant at CONICET as well as at the Investigation Institute Gino Germani at the University of Buenos Aires. He is one of the coordinators of the Youth and Policy Studies Group (GEPoJu-IIGG, UBA) and a member of CLACSO’s Work Group “Juventudes e Infancias”. He is a professor at Faculty of Philosophy and Faculty of Social Sciences at the UBA at undergraduate and graduate studies.
Maria Teresa Toribio Brittes Lemos
Professor of the American History
Professor of the American History and Researcher at the FAPERJ. Professor at the Postgraduate Programs in Political History at the UERJ and the collaborator at the Postgraduate Programmes at the Faculty of Law of the same university. Leader of the research project "History, Memory and Intercultural Relations" of the National Council for Scientific and Technological Studies and of the Center for Latin American Studies -Nucleas. Member of the International Network CESLA. Member of the Pan American Professional Network at the Pan American Institute of Geography and History (IPGH)- Mexico. Coordinator of the Center for the Latin American Studies Nucleas.
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