Public Policy and Governance

Kim Williams

Faculty Project: Transition: The Politics of Racial and Ethnic Change in Urban America

Thomas Ponniah

Faculty Project: The Politics of Regime Change, Continuity and Stability in Venezuela

Michael Baran

Faculty Project: Racial Ideologies and School Teachings in Bahia, Brazil

Tamara Kay

Faculty Project: Puerto Rico Winter Institute 2009
Faculty Project: Partners in Development: Transnational Collaborations among Economic Development Organizations (Mexico, Brazil)

Puerto Rico Winter Institute 2009

Puerto Rico Winter Institue 2009: Development and Organizations: New Paths to Success
January 7-21, 2009
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Erica Field

Faculty Project: The Impact of Insurance on Health-Care Utilization among Informal Workers in Managua, Nicaragua: Evidence from Randomized Health Insurance Study

The Impact of Insurance on Health-Care Utilization among Informal Workers in Managua, Nicaragua: Evidence from Randomized Health Insurance Study

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Richard Verrier

Faculty Project: Brazil-U.S. Collaboration to Enhance Medical Education and Particulate Air Pollution Research
John Godleski

John Godleski

Associate Professor in the Department of Environmental Health; Associate Professor of Pathology
Maya Carlson

Maya Carlson

Associate Professor of Psychiatry (Neuroscience)

Active Citizenship through Deliberative Capacity (CADE) – Costa Rica

CADE is an initiative of Omar Dengo Foundation’s Research Department that has...

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James Cavallaro

Faculty Project: Panama Prison Conditions
Faculty Project: Central American Deportation Project

Panama Prison Conditions

Like many of its neighboring countries, Panama’s penitentiary system is characterized by harsh prison conditions. However...

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Daniel Hojman

Faculty Project: Enlace 27/02 Initiative

Enlace 27/02 Initiative

Harvard has been involved in relief efforts in Chile since a few days following the February 27, 2010 disaster. Harvard...

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2014 Mar 14

Andes Initiative: Author’s Conference: "Conflicto Regional en Bolivia y Perú. Un Análisis Histórico Comparado”

Registration Closed 8:30am to 1:00pm

Location: 

CGIS South, S-216

** Closed session. By invitation only

Participants at this conference will discuss Alberto Vergara’s book manuscript “Conflicto Regional en Bolivia y Perú. Un análisis historico comparado.” The book issued from Vergara’s doctoral dissertation deals with conflicts between centers and regional peripheries within countries. In recent years, many states have witnessed the emergence of territories or regions that challenge their political centers. These disputes range from mere electoral differences to the secession of an indomitable territory. Why do some peripheral...

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Registration: 

2014 Apr 01

Tuesday Seminar Series: Controlling Corruption in Brazil?

12:00pm to 2:00pm

Location: 

CGIS South S-250, 1730 Cambridge St.

Speaker: Rebecca Weitz-Shapiro, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Brown University

The Tuesday Seminar Series is co-sponsored by the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs

2014 Mar 25

Tuesday Seminar Series: Racism with Equality? Lessons from Socialist Cuba

12:00pm to 2:00pm

Location: 

CGIS South S-250, 1730 Cambridge St.

Speaker: Alejandro de la Fuente, Robert Woods Bliss Professor of Latin American History and Economics, Harvard University

The Tuesday Seminar Series is co-sponsored by the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs

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