Dejan Mihailović (Mexico)
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.
Nemanja Džuverović (Serbia)
Collaborator on the project, associate professor in Peace Studies at the University of Belgrade (Faculty of Political Science Department for International Studies)
Visiting researcher at the University of Bradford (Peace Studies Division), the University of Uppsala (Department of Peace and Conflict Research) and the University of Granada (Institute for Peace and Conflicts). Research areas: social assistance in post-conflict environments, political economy of liberal peacebuilding and international statebuilding in the Balkans.
Bojana Kovačević Petrović (Serbia)
Collborator 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.
Ana Jovanović (Serbia)
Collaborator, Associate Professor at the Department of Iberian Studies at the Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade.
Completed her PhD in Applied Linguistics in 2008 at the Purdue University. Afterwards, she worked as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Hispanic Studies at the Faculty of Philology and Arts, University of Kragujevac. She teaches courses in Applied Linguistics for bachelor and master students.
Alexis Toribio Dantas (Brazil)
Associate Professor and the Vice-director of the Faculty of Economical Sciences, State University of Rio de Janeiro
He received his PhD in Industrial and Technological Economics at the Institute of Industrial Economics of the Satet University of Rio de Janeiro. He has knowledge and experience in economic issues, with an emphasis on Industrial Organization, Industrial Studies and Economic Integration. Main investigation topics: Mercosur, Alca, Brazil, Economy and Brazilian Integration.
Branko Andjic (Serbia)
Serbian writer, translator and journalist
Professor of Comparative Literature at the Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade. He completed his postgraduate studies in Literary Theory, and he is an expert in Latin American narrative. He translated the works of the Latin American, North American and Spanish writers, such as M. Vargas Llosa, J. Donoso, C. Fuentes, PJ Gutiérrez, F. Vallejo, D. Bezmozgis, D. Sedaris, and JLBorges Argentines, AM Shua, L. Heer , I. Blaisten, G. Martinez, J. Gelman, S. Schweblin. Currently he lives in Belgrade, where together with his wife, Liliana Popovic-Andjic, edits the "Bolero" edition of the publishing house Laguna, dedicated to the contemporary Hispanic novel.
Emilio H. Galardo Saborido (Spain)
Scientist at the School of Hispanic-American Studies, Spanish National Research Council
Among his areas of specialization, he emphasizes the study of literature and sociology of contemporary Latin American culture, with special attention to the case of Cuba. In 2009, he published the monograph “The Hammer and the Mirror: Guidelines of the Cuban Cultural Policy (1959-1976) (Spanish National Research Council), and in 2015 “Dissect the laurels: Dramatic Awards of the Cuban Revolution (1959-1976) (University of Warsaw) . Most recently, he has edited, together with other colleagues, the volume “Siege of the literate caiman: literature and power in the Cuban Revolution” (Charles University in Prague, 2018)
Guido Herzovich (Argentina)
Researcher of the national agency CONICET (Argentina). Professor at NYU Buenos Aires
Holds a PhD in Latin American Cultural Studies from the University of Columbia (United States), and BA from the University of Buenos Aires. He studied and researched at the École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS, Paris) and at the Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut (Berlin). He co-edited the Latin American adaptation of Barbara Cassin's Vocabulary of Western Philosophies (Mexico, Editorial Siglo XXI, 2018) and he is one of the editors of El Ansia. Magazine for Argentinian literature.
Johannes Maerk (Austria)
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 Juárez Centeno (Argentina)
Head of the MA programme in International Relations
Professor and Researcher at the Center for Advanced Studies at the Faculty of Social Sciences at the National University of Cordoba. Assistant Professor of Political and Constitutional Law at the Faculty of Law at the National University of Córdoba, Argentina. Jurist, political scientist and expert in the field of Human Rights, Contitutional Right, International Studies, while his fields of interest include Human Rights and International Right of Human Rights
María Tereza Toribio Brittes Lemos (Brazil)
Professor at the Rio de Janeiro State University
PhD degree in the area of philosophy and luso-brasilian thought. Visiting professor at the University of Warsaw on courses concerning Latin America, primarily Brazil. Fields of research: politics and culture. Fields of interest: American history, Interamerican system, social movements, revolution and entities. Member of the international network of the University of Warsaw, professional network Panamericana and Pan American Institute of Geography and History.
Óscar Barboza Lizano (Costa Rica)
President of the Professor Andrzej Dembicz Foundation
Works at the Faculty of Liberal Arts and History at the University of Warsaw in Poland. Academic of the Regional Headquarters Chorotega at the National University of Costa Rica
Sanja Savkic (Serbia)
Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz – Max-Planck-Institut & Institut für Kunst- und Bildgeschichte, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
Savkic holds a PhD in Art History (National Autonomous University of Mexico [UNAM], 2012). Presently, she is a Research Associate within the International Research Group “Bilderfahrzeuge: Aby Warburg’s Legacy and the Future of Iconology.” The focus of her research is on pre-Columbian art and visual history of Mesoamerica, and on artistic and intellectual connections and exchange between New Spain and Europe during XVI century
Coordinator of Volunteers and Collaborator on Project