Latin American Network SARS-Cov2, Power and Society - RedSars2

 Coordination: Estevão Bosco (FFLCH/USP, Brazil)

The global reach of the coronavirus pandemic imposes a new condition for humanity, in which uncertainty and threat prevail. To explore the unknown, we need to join forces in an attempt to elevate the historical present to thought. It is in this collaborative perspective, governed by a democratic principle, that the Latin American Network SARS-Cov2, Power and Society (RedSars2) was created, with the purpose of promoting scientific research on the short, medium and long term impacts of COVID-19 in Latin American societies. To this end, the network connects researchers(s) from the various disciplines of the humanities around five thematic axes: multilevel governance in health and sanitary security; body, power and post/decoloniality; democracy, state and trends; environment and society; geopolitics and regional and global governance.


Ana Flávia Barros (Universidade de Brasília, Brasil), Andrea Lampis (USP, Brasil), Camilo Negri (UnB, Brasil), Cristiane Derani (UFSC, Brasil), Cristina Oehmichen (UNAM, México), Émilie Dupuits (CONDESAN, Ecuador), Fabrício Antunes Soares, Frédéric Vandenberghe (UFRJ, Brasil), Gefferson Ramos (UFOPA, Brasil), Giverage do Amaral (UDM, Moçambique), Gonzalo Basile (FLACSO, República Dominicana), Jaime Aragón-Falomir (Université des Antilles, Martinique, France), Jean-François Véran (UFRJ, Brasil; Médecins Sans Frontières), Jorge Machado (USP, Brasil), Jorge Romano (UFRRJ, Brasil), Juan Agulló (UNILA, Brasil), Julie Massal (IFEA, Colômbia), Katiuska King (UCE, Ecuador), Laura Valladares (UAM, México), Lidiane Soares Rodrigues (UFSCar, Brasil), Luana Melo (UDESC, Brasil), Luiz Enrique Vieira de Souza (UFBA, Brasil),  Maira Fainguelernt (UNICAMP, Brasil), Marcelo Fetz (UFES, Brasil), Marcelo Rossal (Udelar, Uruguay), Marcelo Santos (UFT, Chile), Nicole de Paula (IASS Potsdam, Deutschland), Paulo Gustavo Correa (UNIFAP, Brasil), Philippe Guedon (FGV, Brasil), Philipp Altmann (UCE, Ecuador), Rebecca Lemos Igreja (UnB, Brasil), Regina Martinez (UNAM, México), Sofia Cevallos (UnB, Brasil; EHESS, France), Stéphane Granger (Comissão Científica do OHM-Oyapock, Guiana), Talita Tatiana Dias Rampin (UnB, Brasil), Thomas Posado (Université Paris-8, France), Valentina Nieto (UFSC, Brasil), Vitor Rocha Araújo (Consultor em Saúde Coletiva), Wéltima Cunha (IFBA, Brasil)

Institutional Collaboration:

Laboratório de Geografia Política da Universidade de São Paulo (GEOPO/USP)
Universidade de Brasília (UnB)
Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana (UAM/México)
GT CLACSO de Saúde Internacional

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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