Gabriella Russo Lopes (CEDLA PhD) will participate in this event
On 27 May 2019, ISS lecturer of Work, Organisation and Labour Rights, Lee Pegler, will chair a round table discussion with Gabriela Russo Lopes, Tim Boekhout and Vandria Borari entitled 'Amazon indigenous people, global agribusiness and authoritarian government'.
During this roundtable, Lee Pegler will chair as each speaker brings up a different topic related to 'Amazon indigenous people, global agribusiness and authoritarian government'.
Gabriela Russo Lopes will discuss the topic of 'Amazonian land-use and commodities chains', while Tim Boekhout will raise the topic of 'Illegal deforestation and access to justice by traditional communities '. +INFO
Dwight W. Morrow Professor and Chair of Political Science at Amherst College, in Amherst, Massachusetts
He will be at CEDLA from May to early July 2019 working on a new research project on polarization in Latin America, with a focus on the role of incumbents, expresidents and newcomers running for office and to teach a course on The Politics of Commodity Dependence: Oil, Mining, and Drug Trade in Latin America. He is also doing ongoing research on contemporary politics in Venezuela and Colombia. +INFO