Contributors

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Betilde Muñoz-Pogossian bmunoz Betilde Muñoz-Pogossian is Director of the Department of Social Inclusion at the Organization of American States Secretariat for Access to Rights and Equity. Dr. Muñoz-Pogossian holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from Florida International University of Miami. She has authored and co-authored numerous publications on elections and election observation, democracy, women in politics, equity and social inclusion, among other topics. She has over 15 years of professional, field work, and research experience in Latin American politics.
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Brian Lander Brian Lander Brian Lander is a sophomore at the University of Pittsburgh majoring in finance and supply chain management with a minor in economics.
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Bruno Valim Magalhães bvmagalhaes MSc in International Politics at the Universidade de Brasília (ongoing). BA in International Relations at the Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (Brazil) with Erasmus International exchange in Regional Integration at the Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3 (France).
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Camila Jara Ibarra Camilaji Camila Jara Ibarra is a PhD Fellow at the Department of Latin American Studies at Leiden University. Her research interests include studying the participation, social movements, opinions and inclusion/exclusion of civil society in Latin America and, more specifically, in Chile. http://www.hum.leiden.edu/history/staff/jaraibarrac.html
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Carlos Acevedo Carlos Acevedo Investigador docente del Centro de Cooperación Regional para la Educación de Adultos en América Latina y el Caribe, CREFAL. Sistema Nacional de Investigadores Nivel Candidato. Sociólogo y Licenciado en Sociología por la Universidad Arturo Prat. Maestro en Ciencias Sociales, Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales, sede México. Doctor en Ciencias Sociales con especialidad en Sociología, El Colegio de México.
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Carley Clontz carly.clontz Carley is a junior at the University of Pittsburgh. She is studying Economics, Spanish, Global Studies, and Latin American Studies. Through academic programs, Carley has traveled to Mexico, Peru, and Bolivia. This is her first year as an intern for Panoramas.
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Carmen Diana Deere carmen_diana_deere Carmen Diana Deere is Distinguished Professor Emerita of Latin American Studies and Food & Resource Economics at the University of Florida and Honorary Professor-Researcher Emerita at FLACSO Ecuador.
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Carolina Ramallo Carolina Ramallo Profesora de Enseñanza Media y Superior en Letras y Licenciada en Letras por la Facultad de Filosofía y Letras de la Universidad de Buenos Aires. Se ha especializado en la Teoría Literaria y en la Literatura Argentina. Ha participado de distintos proyectos de investigación. Es docente de las cátedras de Teoría y Análisis Literario “C” y de Literatura Europea del Siglo XIX.
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Caroline Kay Harpel Caroline Kay Harpel Caroline is a junior Economics major who is also pursuing a certificate in Global Health. She has studied Spanish for 13 years and has traveled to El Salvador and Perú. Throughout her undergraduate career, Caroline has used her coursework to explore the intersection of society, health, and economics, and she hopes to go to graduate school for public health.
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Eli Carter CARTER_LARR Eli Carter is an Assistant Professor of Brazilian Literature, Film, and Television in the University of Virginia. He holds a BA in Communications from the University of California, Davis and a PhD in Hispanic Languages and Literatures from the University of California, Los Angeles. Professor Carter's research focuses broadly on Brazilian Culture(s) with an emphasis on film, television, and popular culture. His first book, Reimagining Contemporary Brazilian Television Fiction: Luiz Fernando Carvalho's Contemporary Vision (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2018) examines Brazilian television through the singular mode of production and aesthetics in film and television director Luiz Fernando Carvalho's oeuvre. Currently, Professor Carter is working on his second book project, "Brazil Reframed: Television and Internet Fiction Post-2011." Under contract with the University Press of Florida, "Brazil Reframed" analyzes television and Internet fiction emerging out of Brazil's changing mediascape. Situating a selection of representative works within the conjecture Professor Carter refers to as the Pay-TV Law Era, the book explores a field-wide challenge to TV Globo's long- established hegemony and the resulting shifts in the way the nation is symbolically imagined.

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