Contributors

Dr Sean Burges (Blog editor)

Lecturer in International Relations in the School of Politics and International Relations and Senior Associate with the Australian National Center for Latin American Studies, both at the Australian National University. Dr Burges’ research focus is on Brazil and North-South and South-South relations through a Brazilian and Latin American lens. More information about Dr Burges can be found on his staff profile at the Australian National University.

Professor Barry Carr

Distingusihed Visiting Professor, Latino and latin American Studies, Fordham University, New York City, and formerly Director of the Institute of Latin American Studies at La Trobe University in Australia. Professor Carr’s research focuses on the history of twentieth century Latin America with a special interest in Mexico, Cuba and Central America, and in agrarian and labor history and the history of transnational social, radical and revolutionary movements in the Greater Circum- Caribbean.  Carr is currently researching in the area of the history of tourism and leisure in Mexico.

Associate Professor John Minns

Associate Professor in International Relations in the School of Politics and International Relations at the Australian National University and Director of the Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies. Professor Minns’ research focus is Latin America and the political economy of development, with a particular interest in sustainable resource extraction. More information on Prof. Minns can be found on his staff profile at the Australian National University.

One response to “Contributors

  1. I’m very pleased to now be aware of this blog. I have recently returned from three years in Latin America and hope to commence postgraduate Latin American studies in 2014. I look forward to following the blog. Regards, Peter W Davies

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