Phd latin american studies
Federalism and covid responses
The MA in Latin American Studies is an interdisciplinary program that puts ethnology, geography, history, political science, and Romance studies together. Students strengthen their Spanish and Portuguese language skills and gain an in-depth knowledge of both Latin America and current research on the area during the program in Hamburg and throughout the third semester spent abroad. Students gain a comprehensive understanding of the approaches and theories used in the participating fields thanks to the program’s interdisciplinary approach. In the appropriate elective field, students have the option of specializing in one of four profile areas: (1) geography, culture, and politics, (2) history and ancient American studies / social and cultural anthropology, (3) language and literature, or (4) language practice (Spanish or Portuguese). Students should be able to apply the approaches used within the disciplines separately by the end of the program in order to analyze complex topics in current study and generate academic information.
Student research spotlight – igor vianna sousa
From September 1, 2016 to August 31, 2020 Sophistication of the Transnational Order, Networks, and European Strategies – Globalisation, Europe, and Multilateralism (GEM STONES) The global framework is becoming increasingly complex as the number of international organizations expands rapidly. Is the EU’s ability to communicate with the rest of the world strengthened or weakened as a result of its complexity? This is the fundamental issue of GEM-STONES, a 15-institutional collaborative research and PhD fellowship program organized by the Université Libre de Bruxelles. The GIGA’s two early-stage researchers are involved in international integration and regional security governance. Horizon 2020, European Commission, 2016-2020
The European Journal of International Relations is a publication dedicated to the study of international relations 2020/05/05 Strikes and Coups in Counterinsurgencies: Grist for the Mill of Subversion Why are coordinated acts of rebellion connected to military coups? The authors investigate whether and how strikes, marches, protests, and guerrilla attacks influence the military’s disposition and ability to stage a coup during counterinsurgencies by disentangling various forms of resistance.
The return of the military?
The doctoral program focuses primarily on Latin American states, traditions, and communities, and it provides young researchers with the opportunity to complete their doctorate in an interdisciplinary, globally based curriculum and research program. Different experiences are brought together and built on through interdisciplinary and geographic expertise in the curriculum and study process. Six semesters are required for a standard bachelor’s degree.
The doctoral program’s mission is to train highly qualified researchers and provide them with the resources they need to conduct outstanding research in their chosen fields (Cultural and Social Anthropology, Gender Studies, History, Literature and Cultures of Latin American, Economics, Political Science and Sociology).
Since Latin America’s shared study object has been reconceived in a variety of ways, the division of labor between specialized regional knowledge transfer and systematically focused disciplines must be reviewed and rebuilt on a regular basis. As a result, the vast majority of doctoral theses published at LAI are interdisciplinary in nature. Latin America’s dynamic economic, social, and cultural transitions often call into question individual disciplines’ research perspectives.
Second prize malas: patrick james | 2021 research festival
The Centre for Latin American Studies at the University of Copenhagen aims to foster science, teaching, and discussion on Latin America in a variety of disciplines, including history, sociology, politics, anthropology, language, literary studies, and the arts.
Workshops, conferences, and guest lectures on a variety of topics are held at the center. Members and fellows of the centre present their joint and individual research projects and their findings on a regular basis, in addition to following and addressing the current political situation in Latin American countries. Furthermore, invited individual guest lecturers and lecture series cover a wide range of related topics on a regular basis, bringing in new specialized knowledge about Latin America as well as new approaches to Latin American Studies.
One of the goals of the Centre for Latin American Studies is to create an inspiring atmosphere where researchers can share their research findings and receive constructive input on their works in progress, as well as to provide a stimulating, cross-disciplinary environment for debates and discussions about Latin America. The centre’s overarching research focus is the issue of power and identity in Latin America, both historically and currently.