Journal of Latin American Encounters (LAE)
Juan Martin Arellano, M.A International Affairs
Areas of Interest: Political Economy, International Development, Indigenous Peoples, Social Justice, and Latin America.
Fernando Flores, MA Political Science
Areas of Interest: Canadian Politics, Latin American immigration to Canada, Human Rights, Social Movements, Crisis of Representative Democracy in the West, International Politics, American Foreign Politics.
Lidia Valencia Fourcans, BA English, MA in Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Registered English-Spanish Translator with specialization in Literary and Legal translation.
Areas of interest: Latin American Culture and Identity, Latin American and Caribbean Development and Development Geography, Contemporary Latin American Philosophy and Thought, Modern Latin American and Spanish-American Literature, Immigration and Settlement Studies, Media Studies and Gender Studies.
Daniela Godoy- Jameson, B.A(Hons) in Philosophy (York university) Certificate in Translation, professional Ethics (York university), Project Management (Humber College) MSed (Masters of Science in education from Medaille College)
Areas of Interest: education, non-profits, animal welfare, curriculum and content development, human rights and the integral development of women.
Tania Hernández-Cervantes, MS in Economics, PhD candidate of the Faculty of Environmental Studies at York University.
Areas of interests: Social and Environmental Justice, Global and Local Agro-food Systems, Agroecology, Rural-Urban relationship and Ecological Economics. More information
Irma Molina, PhD Social Anthropology
Areas of Interest: Analytic and Ethnography of War, Everyday-Life Theory, Ethics and Fieldwork in Contexts of Political Instability, The Ethics and Politics of Knowledge Production and Representation. More information
Henry Parada, BSW, MSW, PhD
Areas of Interest: Latin America Social Work, Community Development,Anti-Oppression, institutional ethnography, child welfare
Hernán Sicilia, BA Film Production and Cinematography
Areas of interest: Spanish-American Poetry, Baroque and Romantic Latin American Literature, Spanish-American Linguistics, Indigenous influences in Mexican Spanish language, Mexican Film Industry, Mexican Political Affairs.
Paloma E. Villegas, Ph.D. candidate, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto (OISE/UT), MA in Women Studies.
Areas of interest: The production of Migrant Illegalization in relation to Race, Citizenship and Gender. More information
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