Team

Scientific-Pedagogical Committee

Rebecca Lemos Igreja 

rebecca 3Anthropologist, professor in the Department of Latin American Studies (ELA) and of the Graduate Program of the Law Faculty 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). Researcher and visiting professor of FMSH, EHESS, INED (França) and CIESAS (México). Coordinator of the Laboratory of Interdisciplinary Studies on Access to Justice and Rights in the Americas - LEIJUS/FD/UnB. Coordinator of the Group of Comparative Studies Mexico, Caribbean, Central America and Brazil - MeCACB (CNPq/Brasil), group associated to LMI-MESO/IRD, coordinated by Odile Hoffmann. Founder member of the Empirical Network of Law - REED (Brasil) and of Justice For Afrodescendants In Latin America Institute - OJALA (Florida International University [FIU]). Integrates the international group of studies "Les statistiques ethniques"; and the project "Identité et Altérité"; supported by Fondation Maison des Sciences de l'Homme - FMSH and the Institut national d'études démographiques - INED/France. Member of the INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH GROUP - JUSTICE AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLES RIGHTS (EHESS-France). 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, access to justice and judicial reforms. Experiences include research in Brazil, Mexico, France, Algeria and the United States.

Simone Rodrigues Pinto

simone 4Associate Professor of the University of Brasília, working in the Latin American Studies Department (ELA) and in the Graduate Program of the Law Faculty. Bachelor's degree in Law by the Federal University of Juiz de Fora (1996), Master of International Relations by the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (1998), Doctor of Political Science by the University Institute of Research in Rio de Janeiro (2004). Was a visiting scholar at Yale University/USA and at FLACSO-Dominican Republic, with whom Simone keeps research exchanges and completed a post-doctoral internship at the then-Center of Research and Graduate Studies about the Americas of University of Brasília. Currently participates in the Latin American Networek of Transitional Justice (RLAJT), is a member of the CSA - Caribbean Studies Association, of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA)  and is a part of the Work Group of the Latin-American Council of Social Sciences (Clacso) on Pensamiento Crítico y Decolonizador Caribeño and on Afro-descendants, racism and resistance in the Caribbean. In the University of Brasília she is a accredited professor of the Graduate Program of the Faculty of Law, coordinates the Laboratory of Interdisciplinary Studies on political racism and the narrative constructions of racist representations, social and political Latin-American and Caribbean thought, democratic authoritarianism and the production of legal inequalities and on memory and transitional justice. Coordinates the Laboratory of Interdisciplinary Studies on Access to Justice and Rights in the Americas - LEIJUS/FD/UnB. Coordinator of the Group of Comparative Studies Mexico, Caribbean, Central America and Brazil - MeCACB (CNPq/Brasil), group associated to LMI-MESO/IRD, coordinated by Odile Hoffmann.

Camilo Negri

1 camilo 1Associate Professor in the Department of Public Policy Management, in the Faculty of Administration, Accounting and Economics in the University of Brasilia (UnB). Master and Doctor of Social Sciences - Comparative Studies of the Americas (CEPPAC, UnB - 2005, 2009). Is a part of the Graduate Program of Comparative Studies of the Americas (PPG-ECsA). Main research themes include: lefts, democracy and ideology in Latin America in a comparative perspective.

 

 

Manager comittee

Executive Secretary

Otávio Igreja

Administrative Secretary

Ana Luíza Viana

Academic Secretary

Luiza Aikawa 

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