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Becas PROGRAMA DE COOPERACIÓN ACADÉMICA ENTRE AMÉRICA LATINA/ÁFRICA/ASIA
Becas SUR-SUR [CLACSO-CODESRIA-IDEAs] 2013

Tema:
Democracia y Empoderamiento: Realidad Contemporánea y Alternativas Emergentes

El Programa de Cooperación Tricontinental fue lanzado en 2005 por el Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales (CLACSO) y por el Consejo para el Desarrollo de las Ciencias Sociales en África (CODESRIA) con el propósito de desarrollar investigaciones en ciencias sociales de alto nivel académico, fortalecer la producción de conocimiento y promover perspectivas del Sur en temáticas críticas, y así contribuir a los debates globales. A partir del año 2013, la Asociación Internacional de Economía del Desarrollo (IDEAs) se unió al Programa de Cooperación Tricontinental. El Programa incluye la organización de escuelas de verano, seminarios internacionales y becas para investigaciones de consolidación académica y nivel superior. Las becas de investigación buscan promover la cooperación entre investigadores del Sur y estimular estudios analíticos y empíricos en los asuntos de relevancia para sus respectivas regiones y para el Sur Global.

La presente convocatoria está abierta a candidatos de todas las disciplinas de las Ciencias Sociales y Humanas, así como también a investigadores de otras ciencias con proyectos vinculados al tema principal de este año: Democracia y Empoderamiento: Realidad Contemporánea y Alternativas Emergentes. El objetivo es explorar la conexión entre la renovación democrática y las perspectivas de emancipación, teniendo en cuenta las necesidades, aspiraciones e historias de los países y poblaciones del Sur.

Serán otorgadas 9 becas de investigación (3 por cada región).

 

Consultas
 
En África: research.grants@codesria.sn
En Asia: grants@networkideas.org

 

Call for Applications 
South-South Research Grants 2013


THEME: DEMOCRACY AND EMPOWERMENT: CONTEMPORARY REALITY AND EMERGING ALTERNATIVES
 
The selection process was conducted regionally and it was in charge of a Scholarly Committee composed by the following scholars, per region:
 
• In Latin America
 
Carolina Mera (Argentina)
PhD in Social Anthropology and Urban Ethnology, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, France; and PhD in Social Sciences, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. She is professor at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) and CONICET researcher. At the present, she is Director of the Gino Germani Research Institute at the Faculty of Social Sciences (UBA). She was Coordinator of the CLACSO’s International Relations Area and headed different scholarly and university spaces. She is author of books, compilations, articles in scientific journals and chapter of books on East Asian and Korean studies, migrations, and intercultural relationships, among others.
 
Jaime Antonio Preciado Coronado (Mexico)
PhD in Latin American Studies, Université de Paris III, France. Professor and researcher at the Iberian and Latin American Studies Department of the University of Guadalajara, México, where is Chief of the Political Studies Department. He is Coordinator of the Latin American and the Caribbean Integration Research Network (REDIALC) and Co-director of Revista Espiral, on state and society studies. He has received, among others distinctions, the award “Cátedra México” (Universidad de Toulouse and CEISAL). He has published numerous books, compilations, articles and chapters on Latin American integration, democracy and political studies.
 
 
• In Africa
 
Adekunle Amuwo (Senegal)
PhD in Political Science, Université Bordeaux, France. He is Professor of political science and international relations, and Consultant on conflict, governance and development to different international organizations and NGOs. He has received numerous academic and professional awards. His areas of specialization, research and publications are: international political economy; governance, elections, conflict and development; comparative politics and area studies (Francophone Africa); democratization, regional integration; and civil-military relations.
 
Demba Moussa Dembélé (Senegal)
PhD Economist and Researcher. Director of the African Forum for Alternatives and Coordinator of l’Africaine de Recherche et de Coopération pour l’Appui au Développement Endogène (ARCADE), Dakar, Senegal. His specialization domains and core research areas are: experiences of development in Africa; African economic integration; financing for development in Africa; international cooperation, specifically, South-South cooperation, among others.
 
 
• In Asia
 
Pasuk Phongpaichit (Thailand)
PhD at Cambridge University, England. She is Emeritus Professor at Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand. The focus areas of her research and teaching include development strategies and political economy of Thailand and Southeast Asia, social movements in Thailand, and globalization and inequality. She has published various books on corruption and democracy in Thailand; Thai capitalism and industrialization; Thailand’s development from a historical perspective, among others. She has received different awards, including the Best Book of the Year Award from the National Research Council of Thailand.
 
C Rammanohar Reddy (India)
PhD (Jawaharlal Nehru University) in Economics from the Centre for Development Studies, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. He is Editor of Economic and Political Weekly, India’s premier journal in the social sciences. He was earlier the Economics Editor of The Hindu. His research interests include globalization, trade and its implications for developing countries and the political economy of India’s development. He has edited the collection of essays Prisoners of the Nuclear Dream (Orient Longman, New Delhi).
 
 
The Scholarly Committee valued the projects regionally and according to excellence academic criterions and principles.
 
Consequently, it was decided to select the subsequent research projects:
 
 
  Name and Surname Country Institution Research Project Title
María Cristina Cielo Ecuador Latin American School of Social Sciences (FLACSO), Ecuador Inclusion and inequities in the plurinational and transnational projects of Ecuador and Ethiopia.
Carlos Akira de la Puente Abreu Cuba Center of Studies on United States, Havana University (CESEU/UH), Cuba Political Neorealism vs. Democratic Multilateralism: a comparative study between the alternative organizations Alba-TCP and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.
Marcelo Mondelli Paraguay Center of Rural Interdisciplinary Studies (CERI), Paraguay Case Studies on social dimension in MERCOSUR, ECOWAS and ASEAN.
Abdourahmane Idrissa Niger Laboratoire d’Etudes et de Recherches sur les Dynamiques Sociales et le Développement local Niamey, Niger Public Institutions and the Paradox of "Liberal Democracy": A Step toward Heterodox Political Science.
Maria Teresa Henriques da Cunha Martins Mozambique Center of African Studies, Universidade Eduardo Mondlane, Mozambique Democracy, dignity and good living in non-capitalist experiences in Africa and Brazil.
Wangui Kimari Kenya/Canadá York University, Toronto, Canada And so the youth fire raged on youth and practices of democracy and empowerment in Brazil and Kenya.
Omar S. Dahi Lebanon/USA Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Beirut, Lebanon, and Hampshire College, Amherst, MA, USA Ambiguities of the New Regionalism: Lessons from Southwest Asia.
Dalia Wahdan India Foundation for Liberal and Management Education, India Warring Democracies: Living the Emancipation Utopia in Egypt post 2011.
Laila Alfirdaus Indonesia Government Department, Faculty of Social and Political Science, Diponegoro University, Semarang, Indonesia Democracy from below: Cross-cultural Community Initiative of Recovery Engaging Citizens from Different Ethnic and Religious Groups in the Crisis Aftermath in Two Disaster-prone Areas (Yogyakarta and Padang) in Indonesia.
 
 
• Declaration CLACSO - South Grants 2013
 
• Declaración CLACSO - Becas Sur 2013
 
• Dictamen Sur Sur 2013
 




Informes:
prosur@clacso.edu.ar


Fecha de cierre: 30 DE JUNIO DE 2013


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