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Charlemos: The Story Behind Critical Research in Latin America "How Political Science Explains Countries’ Reactions to COVID-19." 

 

Charlemos: The Story Behind Critical Research in Latin America

"How Political Science Explains Countries’ Reactions to COVID-19." 

Andrés Mejía Acosta will moderate and Agustina Giraudy, Sara Niedzwiecki, and Jennifer Pribble will discuss their recent article, published in America's Quarterly.

 

Charlemos is a space for political scientists and other academics to discuss the critical social and political challenges facing Latin America today--including democratic backsliding, economic inequality, racial injustice, gender inequities, and a host of other issues – we are inaugurating a new virtual series.  In our gatherings we will invite authors of recent books and papers to outline their arguments and the hosts will encourage a discussion of the back-story to the research.  We will publicize the authors’ work beforehand so that interested listeners can prepare for the question and answer period. 

This is an initiative from the Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Pittsburgh, plus the  Political Institutions and Processes Section of the Latin American Studies Association.

Monday, July 20 at 3:00 p.m.

Virtual Event

Charlemos: The Story Behind Critical Research in Latin America "How Political Science Explains Countries’ Reactions to COVID-19." 

 

Charlemos: The Story Behind Critical Research in Latin America

"How Political Science Explains Countries’ Reactions to COVID-19." 

Andrés Mejía Acosta will moderate and Agustina Giraudy, Sara Niedzwiecki, and Jennifer Pribble will discuss their recent article, published in America's Quarterly.

 

Charlemos is a space for political scientists and other academics to discuss the critical social and political challenges facing Latin America today--including democratic backsliding, economic inequality, racial injustice, gender inequities, and a host of other issues – we are inaugurating a new virtual series.  In our gatherings we will invite authors of recent books and papers to outline their arguments and the hosts will encourage a discussion of the back-story to the research.  We will publicize the authors’ work beforehand so that interested listeners can prepare for the question and answer period. 

This is an initiative from the Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Pittsburgh, plus the  Political Institutions and Processes Section of the Latin American Studies Association.

Monday, July 20 at 3:00 p.m.

Virtual Event

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