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LASA Brazil Section Annual Report 2020-2021

Paulo Andrade and Mónica González García

Co-Chairs, LASA Brazil Section

Summary of the business meeting

During the last congress, the Executive Committee of the Brazil Section held the annual business meeting on May 27th, at 19 EDT, and was attended by about 45 members of the Section. We began by thanking the judges that helped us choose the winners of this year’s prizes, a process that was particularly challenging due to the pandemics, and congratulated the panels sponsored by the Section. The panels included:

Women Filmmakers in Brazil since the 1990s

Organizador do painel: Jack A. Draper III

Quinta-feira 10 horas do Brasil, 9 horas EDT

Profissionalismo militar, engajamento político e autonomia em momentos de crise

Organizadora do painel: Maria Celina d’Araujo

Sexta-feira meiodia do Brasil, 11 horas EDT

Poéticas Afro-ameríndias: Corpos insurgentes em performances de (re)existência

Organizadora de painel: Renata de Lima Silva

Quarta-feira 10 horas do Brasil, 9 horas EDT

Centrality in My Name: Mademoiselle Senegal Dialogues with Señor Biohó

Organizadora do painel: Yvonne Captain

Sábado 16 horas do Brasil, 15 horas EDT

We also read and congratulated the students and scholars distinguished with the LASA Brazil Section Prize, and we closed the meeting with a poetry reading by Professor Nelson Cerqueira, a member of our Executive Committee. Among the conclusions, we agreed to discuss a way to open a space for publication after one student expressed her concern due to the closure of an important academic journal in Brazil, entitled Revista de Estudos de Literatura Brasileira Contemporânea. We will think of a online journal in which the members of the Brazil Section can participate as editors.

Results of the section’s elections

This past year we did not sponsor any election because the Executive Committee had been recently elected. Currently, the EC is composed of the following members:

Paulo Andrade, Co-Chair (2021-2022) Associate Professor, Universidade Estadual de São Paulo

Mónica González García, Co-Chair (2021-2022) Associate Professor, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso

Adam Joseph Shellhorse, Treasurer (2021-2022) Associate Professor, Temple University

Natali Costa, EC (2021-2022) Universidade Federal do Amapá

Nelson Cerqueira, EC (2021-2022) Full Professor, Universidade de Bahia

Benjamin Junge, EC (2020-2021) Assistant Professor, State University of New York, Newpaltz

Barbara Simões (2021-2022) Associate Professor, Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora 

Activities and plans for the coming term

In addition to study the possibility of opening an online academic journal on Brazilian Studies, we intend to use the budget of the section to support students and scholars from Brazil that plan to travel to the next LASA congress in San Francisco. We will also distinguish the best books, articles, M.A. theses and dissertations published during the current year. Finally, if the next congress is not online, we will organize a more informal gathering in a restaurant so the members of the Brazil Section can socialize in person.

LASA Brazil Section 2021 Prizes

As in previous years, the Executive Committee selected three members of the Brazil Section, based on their research interests and academic experience, to participate in one of the eight selection committees destined to choose the best book, best article, best dissertation, and best M.A. thesis in both, Humanities (Antonio Candido Prizes) and Social Sciences (Sérgio Buarque de Holanda Prizes). This process was particularly difficult this year due to the complex sanitary situation. Once created, each member of the committees read the submitted works, ranked them according to a common rubric, and then deliberated among themselves to choose a winner. The results were the following:

BEST BOOK IN HUMANITIES – MELHOR LIVRO EM HUMANIDADES (ANTONIO CANDIDO PRIZE)

Jurors: Leila Lehnen (Brown University), Gustavo PT Furtado (Duke University), Alessandra Santos (University of British Columbia)

Winner: Paul Christopher Johnson, University of Michigan

Automatic Religion: Nearhuman Agents of Brazil and France (University of Chicago Press)

Honorable Mention: Victoria Saramago, University of Chicago

Fictional Environments: Mimesis, Deforestation, and Development in Latin America (Northwestern University Press)

Honorable Mention: Stephanie Dennison, University of Leeds

Remapping Brazilian Film Culture in the Twenty-First Century (Routledge)

BEST BOOK IN SOCIAL SCIENCES – MELHOR LIVRO EM CIÊNCIAS SOCIAIS (SÉRGIO BUARQUE DE HOLANDA PRIZE)

Jurors: James N. Green (Brown University), Jacob Blanc (University of Edinburgh)

Winner: John D. French, Duke University

Lula and his Politics of Cunning: From Metalworker to President of Brazil (University of North Carolina Press)

Honorable Mention: Brian Wampler, Boise State University; Natasha Borges Sugiyama, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; and Michael Touchton, University of Miami

Democracy at Work: Pathways to Well-Being in Brazil (Cambridge University Press)

Honorable Mention: Marília Bueno de Araújo Ariza, University of São Paulo (USP) Mães infames, filhos venturosos (Alameda Editorial)

BEST ARTICLE IN HUMANITIES – MELHOR ARTIGO EM CIÊNCIAS HUMANAS (ANTONIO CANDIDO PRIZE)

Jurors: Julio Mendonça (Casa das Rosas), Victoria Saramago (University of Chicago), Mari Rodríguez Binnie (Williams College)

Winner: Adam Joseph Shellhorse, Temple University

“The Verbivocovisual Revolution: Anti-Literature, Affect, Politics, and World Literature in Augusto de Campos.” CR: The New Centennial Review 20.1 (Spring 2020): 147-184.

Honorable mention: Odile Cisneros, University of Alberta

“Augusto de Campos’s Outro: The Limits of Authorship and the Limits of Legibility.” Journal of Lusophone Studies 5.1 (Spring 2020): 38-63.

BEST ARTICLE IN SOCIAL SCIENCES – MELHOR ARTIGO EM CIÊNCIAS SOCIAIS (SÉRGIO BUARQUE DE HOLANDA PRIZE)

Jurors: Graziela Morães Silva (The Graduate Institute Geneva), Valéria Mendonça de Macedo (UNIFESP), Rita Biason (UNESP/Franca)

Winner: Antoine Acker, University of Zurich

“A Different Story in the Anthropocene: Brazil’s Post-Colonial Quest for Oil (1930-1975).” Past & Present 249.1 (November 2020): 167–211.

Honorable mention: Ian Carrillo, University of Oklahoma

“Racialized Organizations and Color-Blind Racial Ideology in Brazil.” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 7.1 (2020): 56-70.

BEST DISSERTATION IN HUMANITIES – MELHOR TESE EM HUMANIDADES (ANTONIO CANDIDO PRIZE)

Jurors: Raquel Campos (Universidade de Brasília), Sarah J. Townsend (Pennsylvania State University), Eyal Weinberg (Florida Atlantic University)

Winner: Jamie Lee Anderson, Pennsylvania State University

Mothers in the Family of Saints: Gender and Race in the Making of Afro-Brazilian Heritage (University of Michigan)

Honorable Mention: Ana Cláudia dos Santos São Bernardo, Tulane University

From the Dumpster to the Bookshelf: Literature Written by Black Women in Brazil and the Quest for Mobility from 1960 to the Present (University of Minnesota)

BEST DISSERTATION IN SOCIAL SCIENCES – MELHOR TESE EM CIÊNCIAS SOCIAIS (SÉRGIO BUARQUE DE HOLANDA PRIZE)

Jurors: Lorena Féres da Silva Telles (Universidade de São Paulo), Maíra Kubik Mano (Universidade Federal da Bahia), Paul Sneed (Seoul National University)

Winner: David C. Thompson, University of California, Berkeley

“Resocialize to Conquer the Future”: Incarceration and Reform in Rio de Janeiro (University of California, Berkeley)

Honorable Mention: Guillermo Toral, Vanderbilt University

The Political Logics of Patronage: Uses and Abuses of Government Jobs in Brazil (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Honorable Mention: Benjamin Bradlow, Harvard University

Urban Origins of Democracy and Inequality: Governing São Paulo and Johannesburg, 1985-2016 (Brown University)

BEST MA THESIS IN HUMANITIES - MELHOR DISSERTAÇÃO DE MESTRADO EM HUMANIDADES (ANTONIO CANDIDO PRIZE)

Jurors: Benjamin Junge (State University of New York at New Paltz), Juliana Santini (UNESP/Araquara), Juliana Pimenta Attie (Universidade Federal de Alfenas)

Winner: Daniela Nascimento (UNESP/Araraquara)

Carolina Maria de Jesus e a escrita de si como lugar de memória e resistência

Honorable Mention: Eduardo Monteiro Burkle (Queen’s University Belfast)

When Forgetting is Dangerous Transitional justice, Collective Remembrance and Brazil’s Shift to Far-Right Populism

LASA Brazil Section Report 2019-2020

LASA Brazil Section Annual Report (2019-2020)
19 June 2020
1). The Executive Committee of the Brazil Section for 2019-2020 consisted of the following members:

Nelson Cerqueira, Co-Chair in Brazil

Adam Joseph Shellhorse, Co-Chair

Mónica González García, Treasurer

Benjamin Junge

Alessandra Santos

Paulo Andrade

Ana Amelia Melo

2). The business meeting took place on Sunday, May 15th at 7 p.m., with 15 members present. Section initiatives were discussed and awards announced.
3). The results of Section elections, which were conducted electronically from June 9-June 18, were as follows:

Total Votes: 83

  • Paulo Andrade, Co-Chair in Brazil Sole candidate and automatically elected
  • Mónica González García, Co-Chair Sole candidate and automatically elected
  • Adam Joseph Shellhorse, Treasurer Sole candidate and automatically elected
  • E.C. (three newly elected Executive Committee members)
  1. Natalie Fabiana da Costa e Silva 57
  2. Bárbara Inês Ribeiro Simões Daibert 53
  3. Nelson Cerqueira 48
  4. Jacob Blanc 46
  5. Isis Barra Costa 45
4). Registration Awards

This year the Section awarded 3 registration awards––$275 per award––for a total of $825. The winners of the award were as follows:

  • Ana Claúdia Castilho Barone
  • Jean Sales
  • Marcos Virgílio da Silva
5). LASA Brazil Section 2019, Section Prizes

Best Book in the Humanities - Melhor Livro em Humanidades (Antonio Candido Prize)

Judges: Charles A. Perrone, Robert Henry Moser, Ana Paulina Lee

Gustavo PT Furtado (Duke University), Documentary Filmmaking in Contemporary Brazil: Cinematic Archives of the Present (Oxford University Press, 2019).

Honorable Mention:

Jessica Graham (UC San Diego), Shifting the Meaning of Democracy: Race, Politics, and Culture in the United States and Brazil (University of California Press, 2019).

And

Jacob Blanc (University of Edinburgh), Before the Flood: The Itaipu Dam and the Visibility of Rural Brazil (Duke University Press, 2019)

Best Book Prize in Social Sciences - Melhor Livro em Ciências Sóciais (Sérgio Buarque de Holanda Prize)

Judges: Anne Hanley and Silvana Mariano

Rebecca Tarlau (Pennsylvania State University), Occupying Schools, Occupying Land: How the Landless Workers Movement Transformed Brazilian Education (Oxford University Press, 2019).

Honorable Mention:

Christopher Gibson (Simon Fraser University), Movement-Driven Development: The Politics of Health and Democracy in Brazil (Stanford University Press, 2019).

Best Article in Humanities - Melhor Artigo em Ciências Humanas (Antonio Candido Prize)

Judges: Ashley Brock, Gustavo PT Furtado, and Isabel Gómez

Mari Rodríguez Binnie (Williams College), “Dissident Bodies: Materialising Xerographic Experimentation in São Paulo 1970-1985.” Third Text 33.6: (2019): 745-760.

Honorable Mention:

Pedro Rabelo Erber (Cornell University). “Beautiful Money; or, What Can Contemporary Art Teach Us About the Neoliberal Economy?” Revista Hispánica Moderna 72.2 (2019): 149-159

Best Article in Social Sciences - Melhor Artigo em Ciências Sóciais (Sérgio Buarque de Holanda prize)

Judges: Charles Klein, Karina Kato, and Natalia S. Bueno

Graziella Morães Silva (The Graduate Institute Geneva); Luciana Souza Leão (University of Michigan, LSA Collegiate Postdoctoral Fellow); Bárbara Grillo (PPGSA/UFRJ; The City University of New York)

“Seeing Whites: Views of Black Brazilians in Rio de Janeiro.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 43.4 (2019): 632-651.

Honorable Mention:

Stefanie Israel de Souza (Tulane University, CIPR Post-Doctoral Fellow)

Pacification of Rio's Favelas and the ‘Pacification of the Pacification Police’: The Role of Coordinating Brokerage in Police Reform.” Sociological Forum 34.2 (June 2019): 458-482.

Best Dissertation in Humanities – Melhor Tese em Humanidades (Antonio Candido Prize)

Judges: Dain Borges, Rebeca Errázuriz, Thaís Waldman

Lúcia Klück Stumpf (Ph.D. Universidade de São Paulo), Fragmentos de guerra: Imagens e visualidades da guerra contra o Paraguai (1865-1881). Ph.D., Antropologia Social.

Honorable Mention:

Daniel Mandur Thomaz (Ph.D., St. Peter’s College, University of Oxford), A Brazilian at the BBC War-Front: Entertainment, Propaganda and Modernism in Antônio Callado’s Radio Dramas for the Latin American Service (1941-1947). Ph.D. in Modern Languages.

And

Eyal Weinberg (University of Texas at Austin), Tending to the Body Politic: Doctors, Military Repression, and Transitional Justice in Brazil (1961-1988). Ph.D. in History.

Best Dissertation in Social Sciences – Melhor Tese em Ciências Sóciais (Sérgio Buarque de Holanda prize)

Judges: Jessica Jerome, Karina Biondi, and Pedro Mendes Loureiro

Lorena Féres da Silva Telles (Ph.D., Universidade de São Paulo), Teresa Benguela e Felipa Crioula estavam grávidas: maternidade e escravidão no Rio de Janeiro (século XIX). Ph.D, Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências Humanas (FFLCH)

List of submissions 2020

Best Book Award Humanities (Antonio Candido Prize).

1) Gustavo Furtado, Documentary Filmmaking in Contemporary Brazil (Oxford University Press)

2) Jacob Blanc, Before the Flood The Itaipu Dam (Duke University Press)

3) Jessica Graham, Shifting the Meaning of Democracy (University of California Press)4) Earl Fitz, Machado de Assis and Narrative Theory (Bucknell University Press)

5) Patricia Lino, Manoel de Barros e a poesia cínica (Relicário Edições)

6) Ana Hofling, Staging Brazil Choreographies of Capoeira (Wesleyan University Press)

7) Paul Sneed, Machine Gun Voices: Favelas and Utopia in Brazilian Gangster Funk (Seoul National University Press)

8) Américo Freire, Democracia brasileira em foco: historiografia, atores e proposições (Editora Sagga)

9) Gustavo Costa, A identidade brasileira por meio de imagens na obra Triste fim de Policarpo Quaresma (Editora Gramma)

10) Dylon Robbins, Audible Geographies in Latin American (Palgrave)

Best Book Award in Social Sciences (Sérgio Buarque de Holanda Prize).

1) Bersch, Katherine. When Democracies Deliver: Governance Reform in Latin America. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019.

2) Bratman, Eve Z. Governing the Rainforest: Sustainable Development Politics in the Brazilian Amazon. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019.

3) Gibson, Christopher. Movement Driven Development: The Politics of Health and Democracy in Brazil. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2019.

4) Ikeuchi, Suma. Jesus Loves Japan: Return Migration and Global Pentecostalism in a Brazilian Diaspora. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2019.

5) Lima, Valesca. Participatory Citizenship and Crisis in Contemporary Brazil. Palgrave Macmillan, 2020.

6) Mitchell-Walthour, Gladys. The Politics of Blackness: Racial Identity and Political Behavior in Contemporary Brazil. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2018.

7) Oliveira, Joao Pachedo de. Exterminio y tutela: Procesos de formación de alteridades en el Brasil. San Martín: UNSAM EDITA, 2019.

8) Paiva, Gabriel Miranda Ilana. Juventude, Crime e Policia: vida e morte na periferia urbana. Curitiba: Editora CRV, 2019.

9) Rich, Jessica. State-Sponsored Activism: Bureaucrats and Social Movements in Democratic Brazil. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019.

10) Santos, Andreza Aruscka de Souza. The Politics of Memory: Urban Cultural Heritage in Brazil. London: Rowman & Littlefield International, 2020.

11) Santos, Sales Augusto dos. Gênero, Orientação Sexual, Raça e Classe: Violências contra estudantes no campus de uma universidade federal. Jundiaí, SP: Paco Editorial, 2019.

12) Tarlau, Rebecca. Occupying Schools, Occupying Land: How the Landless Workers Movement Transformed Brazilian Education. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019.

LASA Brazil Section Annual Report (2018-19)

5 July 2019

1). The Executive Committee of the Brazil Section for 2019-20 consisted of the following members:

  • Nelson Cerqueira, Co-Chair in Brazil
  • Adam Joseph Shellhorse, Co-Chair
  • Mónica González García, Treasurer
  • Odile Cisneros
  • Paulo Andrade
  • Ana Amelia Melo

2). The business meeting took place on Sunday, May 26th at 9 a.m., with 25 members present. One issue discussed was to make sure that all members’ emails are current in the LASA data system. Section initiatives were also discussed and awards announced.

3). The results of Section elections, which were conducted electronically, were as follows: Total Votes: 35

1. Nelson Cerqueira, Co-Chair in Brazil (for 1 year)  Yes: 33 · No: 2

2. Mónica González García, Treasurer Yes: 34 · No: 1

3. E.C. (two newly elected Executive Committee members)

  • Benjamin Junge: 26. Department of Anthropology State University of New York-New Paltz 1 Hawk Drive, WSB 236 New Paltz, NY 12561 USA
  •  Alessandra Santos: 24. Department of French, Hispanic & Italian Studies University of British Columbia Vancouver Campus BuTo Rm 797 1873 East Mall Vancouver, BC Canada V6T 1Z1
  • Felix Fanuel Xavier Rodrigues: 20

4. A review of the term activities and plans for the coming term.

By popular vote, this year the Section passed two initiatives regarding extending the possibility of receiving a travel award to all members and establishing a Best Master’s Thesis award in both Humanities and Social Sciences (see below). Second, the EC agreed to invite outside qualified judges to moderate the Best Book, Best Article, and Best Dissertation competitions. The external judges were first nominated and voted on by all EC members. Finally, the Section held its annual reception at the LASA International Congress in Boston, at Fogo de Chão, on Sunday, May 26th from 7:00-10:00 p.m.

Result of ballot initiatives 2019

I. When sufficient funds are available, offer partial travel awards on a competitive basis to current dues paying scholars whose papers have been accepted for presentation at LASA. The total amount granted will not exceed 22% of the Brazil Section’s reserve funds. Criteria for selection will be determined by members of the Executive Committee and will include quality and originality of the work presented, as well as financial need.

*Note: the previous cap for Section travel grants was 15%, and the grant was given to graduate students and independent and unemployed scholars.

Yes/Sim: 97% No/Não: 3%

II. Establish a Brazil Section Prize for Best Master’s Thesis in two categories -- Social Sciences and Humanities -- allowing authors of interdisciplinary or trans-disciplinary works to choose the category in which they wish their work to be judged. Beginning in 2019-2020, the Brazil Section will award two best Master’s thesis prizes. The Executive Committee shall reserve the option to combine categories if too few submissions are received to merit separate competitions in any given year.

Yes/Sim: 72% No/Não: 28%

5). Travel Awards

This year the Section awarded 7 travel awards––$400 per award––for a total of $2800.

The winners of the award were as follows:

1) Georgina Helena Lima Nunes, PROFESSOR DO MAGISTÉRIO SUPERIOR/ASSOC./TIT.

2) Camila Matos, Ph.D. Student

3) Renan Quinalha, Professor de Direito, lawyer and professor

4) Esther Solano, professora Universidade Federal de São Paulo

5) Leila Vieira, Ph.D. Student

6) Priscilla Peixoto, Professora

7) Chiara Del Gaudio, Professora da Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos

6). LASA Brazil Section 2018, Section Prizes Best Book in the Humanities - Melhor Livro em Humanidades (Antonio Candido Prize)

Judges: Marshall C. Eakin, Christopher Dunn, Alessandra Santos

Ana Paulina Lee (Columbia University),

Mandarin Brazil: Race, Representation, and Memory (Stanford University Press).

Honorable Mention:

Maite Conde (University of Cambridge),

Foundational Films: Early Cinema and Modernity in Brazil (University of California Press)

And

César Braga-Pinto (Northwestern University),

A violência das letras: amizade e inimizade na literatura brasileira (1888-1940) (EdUERJ)

Best Book Prize in Social Sciences - Melhor Livro em Ciências Sóciais (Sérgio Buarque de Holanda Prize)

Judges: Sean T. Mitchell, Teresa Cribelli, and Carlos Eduardo Henning

Karina Biondi (Federal University of São Carlos),

Proibido roubar na quebrada: Território, hierarquia e lei no PCC (Editora Terceiro Nome)

Honorable Mention:

Kathleen M. Millar (Simon Fraser University),

Reclaiming the Discarded: Life and Labor on Rio's Garbage Dump (Duke University Press)

And

Anne G. Hanley (Northern Illinois University),

The Public Good and the Brazilian State: Municipal Finance and Public Services in São Paulo, 1822–1930(University of Chicago Press)

Best Article in Humanities - Melhor Artigo em Ciências Humanas (Antonio Candido Prize)

Judges: Mary Ann Mahony and Pedro Rabelo Erber

Isabel Gómez, (University of Massachusetts, Boston)

Gómez, Isabel. “Anti-Surrealism? Augusto de Campos ‘Untranslates’ Spanish-American Poetry.” Mutatis Mutandis, vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 376–399.

Honorable Mention:

César A. Braga-Pinto, (Northwestern University)

Braga-Pinto, César A. “From Abolitionism to Blackface: The Vicissitudes of Uncle Tom in Brazil.” Uncle Tom’s Cabins: The Transnational History of America’s Most Mutable Book, edited by Tracy C. Davis and Stefka Mihaylova, U of Michigan P, 2018, pp. 225–257.

And

Lena Oak Suk, (University of Louisiana, Lafayette)

Suk, Lena Oak. “‘Only the Fragile Sex Admitted’: The Women’s Restaurant in 1920s São Paulo, Brazil.” Journal of Social History, vol. 51, no. 3, Spring 2018, pp. 592–620.

Best Article in Social Sciences - Melhor Artigo em Ciências Sóciais (Sérgio Buarque de Holanda prize)

Judges: Cassia Roth, Fabrício H. Chagos Bastos, and Matthew Taylor

Charles H. Klein, (Portland State University); Sean T. Mitchell, (Rutgers University, Newark); and Benjamin Junge, (State University of New York-New Paltz)

Klein, Charles H., et al. “Naming Brazil’s Previously Poor: ‘New Middle Class’ as an Economic, Political, and Experiential Category.” Economic Anthropology, vol. 5, no. 1, Jan. 2018, pp. 83– 95.

Honorable Mention:

Natália S. Bueno, (Emory University)

Bueno, Natália S. “Bypassing the Enemy: Distributive Politics, Credit Claiming, and Nonstate Organizations in Brazil.” Comparative Political Studies, vol. 51, no. 3, Mar. 2018, pp. 304–340.

Best Dissertation in Humanities – Melhor Tese em Humanidades (Antonio Candido Prize)

Judges: Adriana Michele Campos Johnson, Leila Lehnen, Eli Lee Carter

Thaís Waldman (Universidade de São Paulo), Entre batismos e degolas: (des)caminhos bandeirantes em São Paulo

Honorable Mention

Andrew Graham Britt (Northwestern University), “I’ll Samba Someplace Else”: Constructing Identity and Neighborhood in São Paulo

Best Dissertation in Social Sciences – Melhor Tese em Ciências Sóciais (Sérgio Buarque de Holanda prize)

Judges: Ana Paula Camelo, Ivani Vassoler-Froelich, Laurie Denyer Willis

Meryleen Mena, (University of Colorado, Boulder) Women Detained: Justice and Institutional Violence in São Paulo’s Criminal Justice System

Honorable Mention

Pedro Mendes Loureiro (University of Cambridge), The Ebb and Flow of the Pink Tide: Reformist Development Strategies in Brazil and Argentina

Juan Albarracín Dierolf (Universidad Icesi), Criminalized Electoral Politics. The Socio-Political Foundations of Electoral Coercion in Democratic Brazil