Faculty Research Projects
Timothy Wickham-Crowley, "Explaining Long-Term (Under-) Development in the Americas: How Political Economies and Social Structures Brought About 'The Great Reversal'"
Barbara Kotschwar, Theodore Moran, and Julia Muir, "Chinese Investment in Latin American Extractive Industries, with Case Studies from Peru Implications for World Markets, Implications for Individual Host Country Development, Recommendations for Multilateral Lending Agencies and for Local and International Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)."
Dennis P. Quinn, Martin Schindler, and A. Maria Toyoda. 2011. "Assessing Measures of Financial Openness and Integration."
Soren Gigler, “Improving the Transparency of International Aid Flows: Mapping for Results”
Monica Arruda de Almeida and María Elisa Farías, "The Experience of Latin America and the Caribbean in Combating the Flow of Dirty Money."
John McNeill, “Mosquito Empires”
Hector Schamis, "Concepts as Historical Artifacts: 'Populism' in the Study of Latin American Politics."
Andrew Schoenholtz, “How the Department of Homeland Security implements U.S. asylum laws”
John Bailey, "The Politics of Crime in Mexico: Democratic Governance in a Security Trap."
Marc Chernick, “Conflict and Educational Resilience Assessment”
Matthew Carnes, “Labor law, Informality, and Changing State-Market Relations in Latin America”
John Kline, “Labor policies at the Alta Gracia factory in the Dominican Republic”
Timothy Beach, “Environmental History of the Maya”
John Tutino, “Agrarian Reform and Peasant Agency in Nineteenth-Century Mexico”
Erick D. Langer, “Indigenous Participation in Economic Development in the Nineteenth-Century Andes”
Gwen Kirkpatrick, “Landscape in 19th-century Latin America”
Joanne Rappaport, “The Meaning of Mestizaje in the Early Colonial New Kingdom of Granada”
Bryan McCann, “Hard Times in the Marvelous City: Favela and City in Rio de Janeiro's Long 1980s”
Adam Lifshey, “Modern Asian Literature in Spanish”
Ricardo Ortiz, “Testimonial Fictions: Atrocity, Sexuality and Memory in US Latino Literature and Culture”
Joseph Page, “Perón: A Biography.”
Roberto Brodsky, “El cruce interpretativo de los materiales de ficción y no ficción en AL que permitan ampliar la comprensión de los fenómenos políticos contemporáneos en la región”
- May 20, All day: PLEN Women and International Policy Seminar
- May 21, 12pm-1pm: Georgetown Toastmasters Meeting
- May 21, All day: PLEN Women and International Policy Seminar
- May 22, All day: PLEN Women and International Policy Seminar
- May 23, 5pm-7:30pm: Foreign Service Oral Assessment (FSOA) Information Session
- May 23, All day: PLEN Women and International Policy Seminar
- May 24, All day: PLEN Women and International Policy Seminar
- May 29, 2:30pm-3:30pm: Fulbright Webinar: Meet Some Alumni
- Jun 6, 6pm-9pm: Network after Work
- Jun 20, 5pm-7:30pm: Foreign Service Oral Assessment (FSOA) Info Session
- Jul 31, 5pm-7:30pm: Foreign Service Oral Assessment (FSOA) Info Session