12 MASTER CLASSES

to understand the present and the future of our democracies

An initiative of the School of Latin American and Global Studies (ELAG)Republic & Democracy Institute (Spain) and the University of the State of Rio de Janeiro (UERJ).

Virtual modality – June to November, 2022

PROFESSORS

Boaventura de Sousa Santos (Portugal) | bob jessop (England) | Chantal Mouffé (France) | Göran Therborn (Sweden) | Jayati Ghosh (Indian) | Joan Subirats (Spain) | Jorge Alemán (Spain/Argentina) | Juan Carlos Monedero (España) | Nilma Lino Gomes (Brazil) | Rita Segato (Argentina) | Saskia Sassen (Netherlands) | Virginia Vargas (Peru)

GENERAL COORDINATION

Carol Proner (Brazil) |  Pablo Gentile (Argentina) |
Claudia Gonçalves de Lima
 (Brazil)

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In addition to access to the classes, ELAG members will receive the complete bibliography of the course, they will be able to participate in two special forums with outstanding international specialists and they will obtain their certificate at no cost.

All classes have subtitles in Spanish, Portuguese, English, French, Chinese and Arabic.

Classes are held in virtual asynchronous mode. They are uploaded to the platform periodically and you can access them at any time.
The first classes of the Course are now available.

PROGRAM

Juan Carlos Monedero

(Spain)

Political scientist. Professor at the Complutense University of Madrid. One of the founders of Podemos. He has been a visiting professor at numerous universities in Latin America and Europe. Director of the Fundación República & Democracia, he hosts “En la Frontera”.

RITA SEGATO

(Argentina)

Writer and feminist activist. She has a doctorate in anthropology. Researcher of the CNPq of Brazil. Visiting professor at universities in Latin America, Europe and the United States. She has been awarded three honorary doctorates and various international awards for her academic work.

JORGE ALEMÁN

(Spain/Argentina)

Psychoanalyst and writer, Honorary Professor at the University of Buenos Aires and the University of San Martín (Argentina). Former Cultural Counselor of the Argentine Embassy in Spain. Doctor Honoris Causa of the National University of Rosario.

JOAN SUBIRATS

(Spain)

Minister of Universities of Spain. Doctor of economic sciences. Visiting professor at European, American and Latin American universities. Founder and former director of the Institute of Government and Public Policies (IGOP) of the Autonomous University of Barcelona.


NILMA LINO GOMES

(Brazil)

Professor at the Federal University of Minas Gerais. She has a doctorate in social anthropology and a master's degree in education. Former Minister of Women, Racial Equality and Human Rights of Brazil. Former rector of the University of International Integration of Afro-Brazilian Lusofonia.

BOAVENTURA SOUSA SANTOS

(Portugal)

Ph.D. in sociology. He is a professor at the University of Coimbra, where he directs the Center for Social Studies. Distinguished Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He has been named doctor honoris causa by eight universities in Europe and Latin America.

BOB jessop

(England)

Ph.D. in sociology. He is a professor at Lancaster University, where he directs the Center for Political Economy Research. Member of the Economic and Social Research Council (UK).

CHANTAL MOUFFE

(France)

Philosopher and political theorist. Professor at the University of Westminster (UK). Philosopher and political theorist. She is a researcher at the Center National de la Recherche Scientifique (France). Member of the International College of Philosophy (France). She has been a visiting professor at numerous universities in Europe, the United States, Canada, and Latin America.



GORAN TERBORN

(Sweden)

Ph.D. in sociology. Professor at the University of Cambridge. Professor, Emeritus Director of the Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study. He has been a visiting professor at numerous universities around the world. He was awarded an honorary doctorate four times.



JAYATI GHOSH

(India)

Doctor in economics. She is a professor at Jawaharlal Nehru University where she chairs the Center for Economic and Planning Studies. Visiting professor at the University of Massachusetts – Amherst. She has been honored by the ILO for her studies on decent work.

SASKIA SASSEN

(Netherlands)

Doctor in sociology, economics and political scientist. Professor at the University of London and Columbia University. Twelve times distinguished with the title of doctor honoris causa by universities in Europe, the United States and Latin America. Distinguished with the Prince of Asturias Award in Social Sciences.

VIRGINIA Vargas Valente

(Peru)

Sociologist and feminist activist. Visiting professor at universities in the United States and Latin America. Former professor at the International Institute of Social Studies (The Netherlands). Founder and former director of the Flora Tristán Center for Peruvian Women (Peru). Awarded with the Order of Merit for Women of Peru (2016).



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