Academic Coordination

Rebecca Lemos Igreja - Lattes

Anthropologist, professor in the Department of Latin American Studies (ELA) and of the Graduate Program of the Law Faculty (PPGD) of the University of Brasilia. Master in Anthropology by CIESAS/Mexico (2000); Doctor in Anthropology/UnB (2005); Post-doctor in the CADIS/EHESS/France and INCT-INEAC, of UFF/Brazil. Member of the Superior International Council of the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences (FLACSO), Professor of the University of Harvard, in Cambridge, USA (2010-2011). Founder researcher of the Latin-American College of Global Studies. Researcher and visiting professor of FMSH, EHESS, INED (France) and CIESAS (Mexico). Associate researcher at the Centre d'étude des mouvements sociaux (CEMS/EHESS). Founder member of the Empirical Network of Law - REED (Brasil) and of Justice For Afrodescendants In Latin America Institute - OJALA (Florida International University [FIU]). Researcher associated with the Latin American Network of Judicial Anthropology - RELAJU and to the Centro de Estudios Mexicanos y Centroamericanos CEMCA-Mexico. Studies focus on the discussion of social, ethnic and racial categories, discrimination and racism, collective rights in the sphere of public policies and rights; political authoritarianisms and extreme-right; access to justice and judicial reforms. Experiences include research in Brazil, Mexico, France, Algeria and the United States.

Camilo Negri - Lattes

Associate Professor in the Department of Public Policy Management (GPP), in the Faculty of Administration, Accounting and Economics (FACE) of the University of Brasilia (UnB). Master and PhD in Social Sciences - Comparative Studies of the Americas (CEPPAC, UnB - 2005, 2009). Works at the Graduate Program of Comparative Studies of the Americas (PPG-ECsA). Founder researcher of the Latin-American College of Global Studies and member of the Academic Committee of FLACSO/Brazil. Main research themes include: lefts, democracy and ideology in Latin America in a comparative perspective.

Talita Tatiana Dias Rampin - Lattes

Law degree from Universidade Estadual Paulista Júlio de Mesquita Filho (2007), master's degree in law (Franca) from Universidade Estadual Paulista Júlio de Mesquita Filho (2011), and PhD in law from the University of Brasília (2018). She is currently an IRC organizer - Law and Society Association, researcher at the Institute for Research, Rights and Social Movements and professor at the University of Brasilia. She has experience in Law, with an emphasis on General Theory of Law, working mainly on the following topics: law, human rights, gender, access to justice and fundamental rights.

Executive Coordination

Nathália Vince Esgalha Fernandes - Lattes

PhD in Social Sciences at the Department of Latin American Studies (ELA/ICS) of the University of Brasilia (UnB) and Master's degree from the same centre. She holds a degree in International Relations from the Universidade Estadual Paulista Júlio de Mesquita Filho (UNESP). She was a visiting researcher for the Program of Sandwich Doctorate Abroad - CAPES at the École de Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales. Member of the Comparative Study Group Mexico, Caribbean, Central America and Brazil (MeCACB) and the Group for the Study of Afro-Brazilian Religions - Calundu. She has experience in the area of Discrimination, Ethnic and Racial Discrimination, Institutional Racism, International Migrations, Public Policies, Human Rights and Access to Justice.

Office Coordination

Otávio Forattini Igreja

Ana Luíza de Freitas Viana

About Us

The Latin American College of Global Studies, a FLACSO-Brasil program, is an international multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary academic space, within the Social Sciences and Humanities, ith focus on the subject of inequalities, its causes, effects, and mitigation strategies. Read more



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