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2016 Janey Annual Conference “Socio-Economic Inequality and Everyday forms of Citizenship”

The Janey Annual Conference in Latin American Studies is our signature event of the year, offering the NSSR community the opportunity to reflect on the past and present challenges and developments in Latin America. This year the conference we are going to reflect on “Socio-Economic Inequality and Everyday forms of Citizenship”

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2015/2016 JANEY ANNUAL WORKSHOP: GUILLERMINA ALTOMONTE AND MANUELA BADILLA

Monday, April 11th | 12 pm History Conference Room (Room 529, 5th Floor, 80 5th Avenue building). Janey Fellows, Guillermina Altomonte and Manuela Badilla will be presenting their ongoing work based on the 2015/16 Janey Summer Fellowship they were awarded. Guillermina Altomonte: Home or hotel? Legitimation of luxury institutional elder care in Chile: The case […]

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The occupation of public space between appropriation and deliberation. Democratic graffiti in Bogota, Colombia: Olivier Dàbene

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Carlos Forment: “Ordinary Ethics and the Emergence of Plebeian Democracy in the Global South: Buenos Aires´La Salada Market”

Prof. Carlos Forment publishes: “Ordinary Ethics and the Emergence of Plebeian Democracy in the Global South: Buenos Aires´La Salada Market” in Current Antropology You can access the full volume here: http://www.jstor.org/journal/curranth

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Federico Finchelstein’s article on “Argentine Political Fables” in Clarin

Prof. Federico Finchelstein publishes an article in Clarin titled: “Argentine Political Fables”. You can access the full article here.  

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Janey Fellow Gema Santamaría named recipient of the Charles A. Hale Fellowship for Mexican History

The Janey Program in Latin American Studies congratulates Janey Fellow Gema Santamaría for being named recipient of the Charles A. Hale Fellowship which rewards excellence in historical research on Mexico at the dissertation level, and for  the candidate´s potential contribution to Mexican History. The title of her dissertation is: ¨Lynching Violence in Twentieth Century Mexico: […]

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Prof. Federico Finchelstein´s book “The Myth of Fascism. From Freud to Borges” published by Editorial Capin

“El Mito del Fascismo. De Freud a Borges” (The Myth of Fascism. From Freud to Borges) http://www.editorialcapin.com.ar/index.php/libros/capital-intelectual/el-mito-del-fascismo-de-freud-a-borges/  

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Tulio Halperín Donghi-Speech at the Inaugural New School Annual Lecture in Latin American History

In May, 2nd, 2011 the historian Tulio Halperín Donghi inaugurated The New School Annual Lecture in Latin American Studies organized by the Janey Program in Latin American Studies, Eugene Lang College at The New School for Social Research, and The Americas, A Quarterly Review of Latin American History.   In inaugural speech Prof. Halperín Donghi reflected over […]

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Federico Finchelstein’s interview in the Argentinian-Infobae TV

Federico Finchelstein’s interview in the Argentinian-Infobae TV on default and global context:  “Holdouts: Esto va mas alla del caso Argentino” You can access the full interview here: http://www.infobae.com/2014/08/04/1585233-holdouts-esto-va-mas-alla-del-caso-argentino

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Federico Finchelstein is interviewed in Folha de S. Paulo

Prof. Federico Finchelstein is interviewed in Folha de S. Paulo on the Dirty War and the Politics of Memory. You can access the full interview here: http://www1.folha.uol.com.br/fsp/mundo/179685-cristina-pode-tentar-tirar-proveito-politico-diz-autor.shtml

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