Lista de disciplinas

Eje 1: Espacio y ecología política

Cartography, Education, and Citizenship

Código: GAG00107

Description

Discussion of the role of geospatial knowledge in understanding the complexity of the organization of society and its relationships, whether physical, political, economic or social, bearing in mind that geoinformation provides the means to think spatially and knowledge of space is fundamental to the full exercise of citizens’ rights.

Topics:

  • Cartography and Spatial Thinking: scenarios and applications
  • Cartography and Educational Projects: geoinformation for citizenship education
  • Cartography Education in the Information era: practice with current educational cartography projects
  • Projects Elaboration: cartography and teaching projects based on unequal spatial occupation

 

Professor

 

Expected semester

Second semester de 2022 (2022.2)

 

Bibliography

  • Kerski, J.J. Geo-awareness, geo-enablement, geotechnologies, citizen science, and storytelling: geography on the world stage. Geography Compass 9/1:14-2 6, 2015. Available in: http://dusk.geo.orst.edu/Pickup/Esri/Kerski-Geog-Compass.pdf
  • Moore Eli; Garzón Catalina. Social Cartography: The Art of Using Maps to Build Community Power. Race, Poverty & the Environment. Fall 2010. Available in: http://www.reimaginerpe.org/files/Moore.Garzon.17-2.pdf
  • National Research Council, 2006. Learning to Think Spatially. The National Academies Press, Washington, DC, 313 p.
Desigualdades Territoriales y Estado en América Latina

Código: SEN00243

Descripción

Estudiar la cuestión de la desigualdad territorial (urbana y regional) en la formación histórica y actual de América Latina y su relación con los procesos de formación y acción estatal a partir de los análisis clásicos de la región, como Prebisch, Furtado, Caio Prado Junior y Francisco de Oliveira.

 

Profesor

 

Semestre previsto

Primero semestre de 2022 (2022.1)

 

Bibliografía

  • ABÉLÈS, Marc. Obsesiones antropológicas. Estado y resistencia. En: Abélès. Los encantos del poder. Desafíos de la antropología. Buenos Aires: S. XXI. P. 53-78. 2015.
  • ABRAMS, Philip. Notas sobre la dificultad de estudiar el estado. En: Antropología del Estado. México. FCE. Pp. 16-70. 2015.
  • CARIOLA, C. y LACABANA, M.(1986) “Circuitos de Acumulación: Una Perspectiva de Análisis Integral para la Planificación Regional.” Cuadernos del CENDES, 5, 65-99.
  • COX, Kevin. Spaces of dependence, spaces of engagement and the politics of scale, or: looking for local politics. Political Geography, 17(1), 1–23. 1998.
  • DAS, V. y POOLE, D. El estado y sus márgenes. Etnografías comparadas. Cuadernos de Antropología Social. N° 27:19-52. 2008.
  • DE MATTOS, Carlos Estado, procesos de decisión y planificación en América Latina. Revista de la Cepal. 31. 1987.
  • FERGUSON, J. e GUPTA, A. Spatializing states: toward an ethnography of neoliberal governmentality. American Ethnologist 29(4):981-1002. 2002.
  • MARIÁTEGUI, J. C. Os sete ensaios de interpretação da realidade peruana. São Paulo: Alfa Omega, 1975. Capítulos 1 “La cuestión del Indio” e 2 “La cuestión de la tierra”.
  • OLIVEIRA, F. D. Crítica à razão dualista / O ornitorrinco. São Paulo: Boitempo, 2003 [1973].
  • PRADO Jr., Caio. Formação do Brasil Contemporâneo: colônia. São Paulo: Companhia das Letras, 2011.
  • PREBISCH, R. “El desarrollo económico de la América Latina y algunos de sus principales problemas”, Desarrollo Económico, Vol. 26, nro. 103, pp. 479-502, 1986 [1949].
  • QUIJANO, A. Colonialidad del poder, eurocentrismo y America Latina. In: Cuestiones y horizontes : de la dependencia histórico-estructural a la colonialidad/descolonialidad del poder. Buenos Aires : CLACSO, 2014.
  • TARCUS, H. (“Estudio preliminar”. En Debates sobre el Estado capitalista. Estado y Clase dominante. Miliband, Poulantzas, Laclau. Buenos Aires: Imago Mundi, 1991.
Ecological Economics

Course code: SEN00244

Syllabus

This course aims to familiarize the students with the contemporary discussion and debates about key subjects in the field of ecological economics. The course has the structure of a seminar, requiring active participation of the students in terms of writing essays and discussion during the sessions. It will cover a wide range of issues, including the history and scope of ecological economics, social metabolism, political ecology, the debate about economic growth and environmental performance, the controversy around valuation of environmental assets and ecosystem services, and the relationship between globzalition and the environment.

 

Professor

 

Expected semester

First semester of 2022 (2022.1)

 

Bibliography

  • Özkaynak, B., Adaman, F. and P. Devine. 2012. The identity of ecological economics: retrospects and prospects. Cambridge Journal of Economics 36: 1123–1142.
  • van den Bergh, J. 2001. Ecological economics: Themes, approaches, and differences with environmental economics. Regional Environmental Change 2: 13-23.
  • Guijarro, F. and P. Tsinaslanidis. 2020. Analysis of Academic Literature on Environmental Valuation. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17.
  • Tinch, R. 2018. Debating Nature’s Value: The Role of Monetary Valuation. In: Anderson, V. (ed.). Debating Nature’s Value: The Concept of ‘Natural Capital’. Springer. 39-47 pp.
  • Gómez-Baggethun, E., de Groot, R., Lomas, P. and C. Montes. 2010. The history of ecosystem services in economic theory and practice: From early notions to markets and payment schemes. Ecological Economics 69: 1209–1218.
  • Silvertown, J. 2015. Have Ecosystem Services Been Oversold? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 30 (11): 641-648.
  • Tinch, R., Beaumont, N., Sunderland, T., Ozdemiroglu, E., Barton, D., Bowe, C., Börger, T., Burgess, P., Cooper, C., Faccioli, M., Failler, P., Gkolemi, I.,Kumar, R., Longo, A., McVittie, A., Morris, J., Park, J., Ravenscroft, N., Schaafsma, M., Vause, J. and G. Ziv. 2019. Economic valuation of ecosystem goods and services: a review for decision makers, Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy.
  • Jacobs, S. et al. 2016. A new valuation school: Integrating diverse values of nature in resource and land use decisions. Ecosystem Services 22 (B): 213-220.
  • Cheng, X., van Damm, S. Lia, L and P. Uyttenhove. 2019. Evaluation of cultural ecosystem services: A review of methods. Ecosystem Services 37: 100925.
  • Kirchhoff, T. 2019. Abandoning the Concept of Cultural Ecosystem Services, or Against Natural–Scientific Imperialism. BioScience 69 (3): 220–227.
  • Robbins, P. 2020. Is less more… or is more less? Scaling the political ecologies of the future. Political Geography 76: 102018.
  • Gómez-Baggethun. E. 2020. More is more: Scaling political ecology within limits to growth. Political Geography 76: 102095.
  • Giampietro, M. 2019. On the Circular Bioeconomy and Decoupling: Implications for Sustainable Growth. Ecological Economics 162: 143–156.
  • Korhonen, J., Nuur C., Feldmann, A. and S. E. Birkie. 2018. Circular economy as an essentially contested concept. Journal of Cleaner Production 175. 544e552.
  • Hickel, J and G. Kallis. 2019. Is green growth possible?, New Political Economy.
  • Capasso, M., Hansen, T. Heiberg,J., Klitkou, A. and M. Steend. 2019. Green growth – A synthesis of scientific findings. Technological Forecasting & Social Change 146. 390–402.
    Bryner,N. 2020. The Green New Deal and Green Transitions. Vermont Law Review 44 (4): 723- 776.
  • Mastini, R, Kallis,G. And J. Hickel. 2021. A Green New Deal without growth?. Ecological Economics 179: 106832.
    Mol. A. 2002. Ecological Modernization and the Global Economy. Global Environmental Politics 2 (2): 92-115.
  • Dorninger, C, Hornborg, A.,Absona,D., von Wehrdena, H., Schaffartzik,A., Giljum, S.,Engler, J., Feller,R., Hubacek, K., Wieland, H. 2021. Global patterns of ecologically unequal exchange: Implications for sustainability in the 21st century. Ecological Economics 179: 106824.
Quantitative Research Methods and Techniques in the Study of Inequalities

Course code: GCP00152

Syllabus

The measurement of inequality involves not only the understanding of a wide range of epistemological issues, concerning the primary problem of apprehension of the inequality phenomenon, but also the proper handling of tools and techniques through which we can properly build this window of glimpse and decoding of the social fabric. Against the backdrop of the various epistemic issues related to the problem of inequality, this course aims to provide the student with a theoretical and instrumental understanding of basic techniques of quantitative research and network analysis, focusing on the use of free software and aimed at the empirical study of the inequality phenomenon.

 

Professor

 

Expected semester

Second semester of 2021 (2021.2) and Second semester of 2022 (2022.2)

 

Bibliography

  • AGRESTI, Alan; FINLAY, Barbara. Statistical Methods for the Social Sciences. Fourth Edition. New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2009.
  • ALMOND, Gabriel; VERBA, Sidney. The Civic Culture: political attitudes and democracy in five nations. California: SAGE, 1989.
  • BARBIE, Earl. The Practice of Social Research. 13º ed. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, 2012.
  • BALNAVES, Mark; CAPUTI, Peter. Introduction to Quantitative Research Methods: an investigative approach. London: SAGE, 2001.
  • BICKEL, Robert. Multilevel Analysis for Applied Research: It’s Just Regression. NY: The Guilford Press, 2007.
  • HARDY, Melissa; BRYMAN, Alan (ed.). The Handbook of Data Analysis. New Delhi: SAGE, 2009.
  • HARREL, Frank. Regression Modeling Strategies: with applications to linear models, logistic and ordinal regression, and survival analysis. New York: Springer, 2001.
  • HEERINGA, Steven; WEST, Brady; BERGLUND, Patricia. Applied Survey Data Analysis. NY: Chapman & Hall/CRC, 2010.
  • KAPLAN, David. The SAGE Handbook of Quantitative Methodology for the Social Sciences. California: SAGE, 2004.
  • KELLSTEDT, Paul; WHITTEN, Guy. The Fundamentals of Political Science Research. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009.
  • KING, Gary; KEOHANE, Robert; VERBA, Sidney. Designing Social Inquiry: scientific inference in qualitative research. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1994.
  • LEVIN, Jack; FOX, Alan; FORDE, David. Elementary Statistics in Social Research. 12th Edition. NY: Pearson, 2014.
  • SARIS, Willem E.; GALLHOFER, Irmtraud N. (eds.). Sociometric research: data analysis. London: The Macmillan Press, 1988.
  • SCOTT, John. Social Network Analysis: A Handbook. London: SAGE Publications, 2000.
  • VERZANI, John. Using R for Introductory Statistics. NY: Chapman & Hall/CRC, 2005.
Real Estate Dynamics and Urban Land Use

Course code: GGE00200

Syllabus

The investment decisions of real estate firms influence the way in which the urban built environment transforms and evolves. Analyzing the functioning of the real estate market and its regulatory environment is therefore relevant to explaining urban land use dynamics. The course aims to address the structure and functioning of the real estate market, the main agents of the real estate market, the policies and instruments of urban land use regulation, and the resulting dynamics of socio-spatial transformation.

 

Professor

 

Expected semester

First semester of 2022 (2022.1)

 

Bibliography

  • Aalbers, M. B (2017). The variegated financialization of housing. International journal of urban and regional research41(4), 542-554.
  • Ball, M. (1983). Housing policy and economic power: the political economy of owner occupation. London: Methuen & Co.
  • Bassett, K.; Short, J. (1980). Housing and residential structure: alternative approaches. London: Routledge.
  • Bourdieu, P. (2007). The social structures of the economy. Cambridge: Polity Press.
  • Duranton, G., & Puga, D. (2020). The economics of urban density. Journal of Economic Perspectives34(3), 3-26.
  • Fainstein, S. (1994). The city builders: Property, politics, and planning in London and New York. Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Guy, S. & Henneberry, J (eds) (2002). Development and developers: perspectives on property. Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Haila, A. (1991). Four types of investment in land and property. International journal of urban and regional research15(3), 343-365.
  • Halbert, L., & Attuyer, K. (2016). Introduction: The financialisation of urban production: Conditions, mediations and transformations. Urban Studies53(7), 1347-1361.
  • Harvey, D. (1999). The limits to capital. New York: Verso.
  • Jäger, J. (2003). Urban land rent theory: a regulationist perspective. International journal of urban and regional research27(2), 233-249.
  • Lizieri, C. (2009). Towers of capital. London: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Scott, A. J. (1980). The urban land nexus and the state. London: Pion.
  • Scott, A. J. (2008). Inside the city: on urbanization, public policy, and planning. Urban Studies, 45(4).
  • Scott, A. J., & Storper, M. (2015). The nature of cities: The scope and limits of urban theory. International journal of urban and regional research39(1), 1-15.
  • Theurillat, T., Rérat, P., & Crevoisier, O. (2015). The real estate markets: Players, institutions and territories. Urban Studies52(8), 1414-1433.
  • Ward, C., & Aalbers, M. B. (2016). Virtual special issue editorial essay:‘The shitty rent business’: What’s the point of land rent theory? Urban Studies.
  • Weber, R. (2015). From boom to bubble: how finance built the new Chicago. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
Territorio, Conflictos y Justicia Ambiental

Código: GGE00170

Descripción

  1. Analizar las aportaciones teóricas y metodológicas de la geografía política, la economía ecológica y la ecología política.
    Ecología ecológica y política para reflexionar sobre la cuestión medioambiental.
  2. Discutir la geopolítica actual de los recursos naturales y los diferentes modelos de desarrollo y apropiación social de la naturaleza en el capitalismo contemporáneo.
  3. Comprender la gramática actual de los conflictos ambientales / luchas territoriales y sociales por la justicia ambiental y por la reapropiación social de la naturaleza.
  4. Analizar y evaluar casos y situaciones concretas de conflictos ambientales y luchas sociales por la justicia ambiental y la reapropiación social de la naturaleza en América Latina.

 

Profesor

 

Semestre previsto

Segundo semestre de 2022 (2022.2)

 

Bibliografía

  • ACSELRAD, H. Org. (2004). Conflitos Ambientais no Brasil. Rio de Janeiro: Relume Dumará
  • DILGER, G.; LANG, M.; FILHO, J. P. (2016) Descolonizar o imaginário: debates sobre pós- extraivismo e alternaivas ao desenvolvimento. São Paulo: Fundação Rosa Luxemburgo.
  • ESCOBAR, Arturo (2014). Senipensar con la ierra: Nuevas lecturas sobre sobre desarrollo, territorio y diferencia. Medellín: UNAULA.
  • MARTINEZ ALLIER, Joan (2004). El ecologismo de los pobres. Conflictos ambientales y lenguajes de valoración. Barcelona: Icaria.
  • MOORE, Jason. (2020) El capitalismo en la trama de la vida. Ecología y acumulación de capital. Madrid: Trafiantes de Sueños.
  • PORTO-GONÇALVES, Carlos Walter. (2018) Amazonía: Encrucijada Civilizadora. Tensiones territoriales en curso. 1a. ed. La Paz: IPDRS-CIDES-UMSA, 2018.
  • SOUZA, Marcelo Lopes de (2019). Ambientes e territórios: Uma introdução à Ecologia Políica. Rio de janeiro: bertrand brasil.

Eje 2: Geopolítica, leyes y derechos

América Latina: Soberanía, Desigualdades y Desafíos para el Siglo XXI

Código: DEI00066

Descripción

Guerra fría y sus impactos en la desigualdad. Democracias y dictaduras, el rol de los actores. Los militares latinoamericanos – soberania con o sin desigualdad? Casos nacionales. Justicia transicional, derechos y desigualdades en el pos Guerra Fría. La nueva izquierda, la Marea Rosa y la cuestión de la desigualdad. La nueva derecha, las desigualdades en la segunda decada del siglo XXI.

 

Profesor

 

Semestre previsto

Segundo semestre de 2021 (2021.2)

 

Bibliografía

  • MESSINA, Busso. La crisis de la desigualdad: América Latina y el Caribe en la encrucijada. BID, 2020.
  • ROUQUIÉ, A. El Estado Militar en América Latina. Ciudad de Mexico: Siglo XXI, 1984.
  • ROUQUIÉ, A. A la sombra de las dictaduras: La democracia en América Latina. Buenos Aires: FCE, 2011.
  • PEREIRA, Anthony. Ditadura e repressão: O autoritarismo e o Estado de Direito no Brasil, no Chile e na Argentina. São Paulo: Paz e Terra, 2010.
  • WASSERMAN, Claudia. A esquerda na América Latina durante os séculos XX e XXI: Periodização e debates. Diálogos, DHI/PPH/UEM, v. 14, n. 1, p. 19-38. 2010.
  • SEGRERA, Francisco. América Latina: Crisis del posneoliberalismo y ascenso de la nueva derecha. Buenos Aires: CLACSO, 2016.
Droit, société et justice dans une perspective comparative

Code du cours : GAP00236

Programme

Produire des connaissances anthropologiques sur le thème du droit, de l’inégalité et de la citoyenneté d’un point de vue comparatif – traiter des concepts sociologiques et anthropologiques classiques et contemporains. Le sujet traitera des concepts fondamentaux et classiques de sociologie et d’anthropologie dans le domaine du droit et de la justice ; elle problèmera les formes d’expression des inégalités sociales et juridiques ; les differentes approches du droit, de la citoyennete et de la justice dans les theories sociologiques et anthropologiques.

 

Professeur

 

Semestre prévu

Premiere semestre de 2022 (2022.1)

 

Bibliographie

  • MAUSS, Marcel. “Ensaio sobre a Dádiva”. In: MAUSS, Marcel. Sociologia e Antropologia. São Paulo: Cosac & Naify, 2003.
  • GEERTZ, Clifford. O saber local: novos ensaios em antropologia interpretativa. Petrópolis: Vozes, 2013.
  • THÉVENOT, Laurent. “Ce qui engage : la sociologie des justifications, conventions et engagements, à la rencontre de la norme”. In: La Revue des droits de l’homme. <https://doi.org/10.4000/revdh.6452>.
  • CHAMPEIL-DESPLATS, Véronique; THÉVENOT, Laurent. “Introduction : une experience de recherche cooperative et transverse entre droit et sciences sociales”. In: La Revue des droits de l’homme, 16 | 2019. <https://doi.org/10.4000/revdh.6460>.
  • CHEYNS, Emmanuelle; THÉVENOT, Laurent. “Le gouvernement par standards de certification consentement et plaintes des communautés affectées”. In: La Revue des droits de l’homme, 16, 2019. <https://doi.org/10.4000/revdh.684>.
  • DA MATTA, Roberto. “Você sabe com quem está falando? Um ensaio sobre a distinção entre indivíduo e pessoa no Brasil”. In DA MATTA, R. Carnavais, malandros e heróis. Rio de Janeiro, Zahar Editores, 1979.
  • LIMA, Roberto. “Sensibilidades jurídicas, saber e poder: bases culturais de alguns aspectos do direito brasileiro em uma perspectiva comparada”. In: Anuário Antropológico, v. 2, p. 25-51, 2010.
  • CARDOSO DE OLIVEIRA, Luis Roberto. Direito Legal e Insulto Moral. Dilemas da Cidadania no Brasil, Quebec e EUA. Rio de Janeiro: Relume Dumará, 2002.
  • MOTA, Fabio Reis. “Do indivíduo blasé aos sujeitos cismados: reflexões antropológicas sobre as políticas de reconhecimento na contemporaneidade”. In: Antropolítica: Revista Contemporânea de Antropologia, v. 44, p. 124-148, 2018.
  • BATTEGAY, Alain. “Experiences de l’immigration algerienne en france et grammaires urbaines et publiques de la reconnaissance”. In: Antropolítica: Revista Contemporânea de Antropologia, V. 44, 2018.
  • HONNETH, Axel. Luta por reconhecimento: a gramática moral das lutas sociais. São Paulo: Ed. 34, 2003.
  • TAYLOR, Charles. Argumentos Filosóficos. Tradução: Adail Sobral. São Paulo: Loyola, 2000.
  • THÉVENOT, Laurent. “Reconhecimentos: com Paul Ricoeur e Axel Honneth”. In: Antropolítica: Revista Contemporânea de Antropologia, v. 44, 2018.
  • LOBAO, Ronaldo. Acoplamentos e engajamentos em defesa de direitos culturais: a construção de ideologias e discursos que informam políticas de governo e ações na sociedade. In: RESENDE, José Manuel; DELAUNAY, Catarina. (Org.). Democracia, Promessas, Utopias e (Des)Ilusões: Dilemas e Disputas nas Arenas Públicas. Lisboa: Lema d’Origem Editora, 2018, v. 1, p. 373-389.
  • SIMIÃO, Daniel. “Sensibilidades Jurídicas e Respeito às Diferenças: cultura, controle e negociação de sentidos em páticas judiciais no Brasil e em Timor-Leste”. In: Anuário Antropológico, v. 39, p. 237-260, 2014.
  • DUMONT, Louis. Homo Hierarchicus: O sistema de castas e suas implicações. São Paulo: EDUSP.
  • GUEDES, Simoni; LIMA, Roberto. “A Educação como exclusão: Direitos de Cidadania e privilégios educacionais e jurídicos no Brasil”. In: MAIA, Bóris; FILPO, Klever; VERÍSSIMO, Marcos. (Org.). Administração de Conflitos no Espaço Escolar. 1ed.Rio de Janeiro: Autografia, 2019, v. 24, p. 35-53.
  • BREVIGLIERI, Marc. “Une brèche critique dans la « ville garantie » ? Espaces intercalaires et architectures d’usage”. In: Cogato-Lanza, E., Pattaroni, L., Piraud, M. et Tirone, B., De la différence urbaine. Le quartier des Grottes / Genève, Genève : Mètis Press, 2013.
  • DA MATTA, Roberto. A casa e a rua. São Paulo, Brasiliense, 1996.
  • VOGEL, Arno; MELLO, Marco Antonio. Quando a rua vira casa a apropriação de espaços de uso coletivo em um centro de bairro. 4. ed. Niteroi: Editora EDUFF, 2017.
  • MARSHALL. T. H. Cidadania, Classe Social e Status. Rio de Janeiro: Zahar, 1967.
  • CARVALHO, José Murilo de. Cidadania no Brasil. Rio de Janeiro: Civilização Brasileira, 2001.
  • CAILLÉ, Allan. A Antropologia do Dom: o terceiro paradigma. Petrópolis: Vozes, 2002.
  • FRASER, Nancy. Reframing justice in a globalizing world. In: New Left Review 36 nov-dec 2005.
Economical Analysis of Social Policies

Course code: SEN00242

Syllabus

The first objective of the course is to transmit and develop concepts and tools essential to the economic analysis of social policies, focusing on both the revenue side and the expenditure/social investment side. Five major areas are covered – taxation, education, health, welfare, and social security – in their theoretical aspects and in their relation to issues of contemporary debate in Brazil.

Tooling:

  1. Definitions and basic concepts
  2. Justifications for social policies: economic and political
  3. Inequality and poverty measurement
  4. Insurance and consumption smoothing

Collection:

  1. Taxation and tax incidence

Benefits in services:

  1. Health care
  2. Basic education
  3. Higher education

Monetary benefits:

  1. Welfare
  2. Assistance

 

Professor

 

Expected semester

Second semester of 2021 (2021.2) and First semester of 2022 (2022.1)

 

Bibliography

  • Barr, N. (2020), Economics of the Welfare State, 6th edition, Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press.
  • Kerstenetzky, C. (2012), O estado do bem-estar social na idade da razão: a reinvenção do estado social no mundo contemporâneo, Rio de Janeiro: Campus.
  • IPEA (2009), Políticas sociais: acompanhamento e análise, Vol. 17 (Edição comemorativa dos vinte anos da Constituição Federal).
Human Rights and Citizenship in Latin America: urban struggles against inequalities

Course code: SDB00243

Syllabus

This course discusses human rights and citizenship in Latin America from the perspective of urban struggles as insurgent practices against social, economic and spatial inequalities. The epistemological matrix adopted is the dialectic materialism, which allows to identify the decolonial thought as manifestation of the praxis that distinguishes Latin American social reality. For example, the theoretical category of “coloniality of power, of knowledge and being” shows a connection between universalism, capitalism and racism as axis of Latin America social formation, identified through social inequalities and poverty. As counterpoint, there are concrete experiences of urban social movements as practices of citizenship and struggles for rights, which run between the fields of Constitutional Law, Epistemology, Political Theory, Sociology and Urbanism.

 

Professor

 

Expected semester

Every semester

 

Bibliography

  • BRAGATO, Fernanda Frizzo; GORDON, Lewis. (Org.). Geopolitics and decolonization: perspectives from the Global South. London / New York: Rowman & Littlefield, 2018.
  • HARVEY, David. Rebel Cities: from the right to the city to urban revolution. New York: Verso, 2011.
  • HORKHEIMER, Max. Traditional and Critical Theory. [1937].
  • LEFEBRE, Henri. The right to the city. [1968].
  • MARX, Karl. On the Jewish question. New York: Norton & Company, 1978 [1843]
  • OSORIO, Jaime. Dialectics, Superexploitation and Dependency: Notes on the Dialectics of Dependency. Social Justice, Vol. 42, n. 1, 2016, p. 93-106. Available at: http://www.socialjusticejournal.org/archive/139_42_1/139_06_Osorio.pdf.
  • QUIJANO, Anibal. Coloniality of Power, Eurocentrism and Latin America. Nepantla: Views from South, V ol. 1, Issue 3, 2000, p. 533-580. Available at: https://edisciplinas.usp.br/pluginfile.php/347342/mod_resource/content/1/Quijano%20(2000)%2 0Colinality%20of%20power.pdf.
Introducción al estudio de las desigualdades

Código: GHT00853

Descripción

  1. Introducir el campo de los estudios sobre la desigualdad en el amplio ámbito de las ciencias sociales en general o de la historia en particular en los siglos XX y XXI.
  2. Reflexionar, de forma comparativa, sobre la organización global de la economía, los sistemas políticos, los conflictos sociales o la cultura que producen, estabilizan, naturalizan y reproducen las prácticas sociales desiguales.

 

Profesor

 

Semestre esperado

Primero semestre de 2022 (2022.1)

 

Bibliografía

  • HEILBRON, Johan; BONCOURT, Thibaud; SORÁ, Gustavo. The social and human Science in the global power relations. Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.
  • GILMAN, N. Mandarins of the Future: Modernization Theory in Cold War America. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003.
  • MILANOVIĆ, Branko. Capitalism, alone: the future of the system that rules the world. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2019.
  • MOYN, Samuel; SARTORI, Andrew. (eds.). Global Intellectual History. New York: Columbia University Press, 2013.
  • PIKETTY, Thomas. Le capital au XXIe siècle. Paris: Seuil, 2013.
  • PIKETTY, Thomas. Capital et Idéologie. Paris: Seuil, 2019.
Introduction to the study of Inequalities

Course code: GHT00853

Syllabus

This course introduces the emerging field of studies on inequalities from a world historical and environmental perspective. The main goal is to provide students with critical categories and historical methodologies to navigate through the works by Thomas Piketty, Branko Milanović, Jeffrey Williamson, and Acemoglu and Robinson. Topics covered include Kuznets waves, the “Great Egalitarian
Leveling”, labor productivity, modernization theory, world ecology, and theoretical history.

 

Professor

 

Expected semester

Second semester of 2021 (2021.2)

 

Bibliography

  • ACEMOGLU, Daron; ROBINSON, James A. Why nations fail: the origins of power, prosperity and poverty. London: Profile, 2012
  • BUNKER, Stephen; Paul Ciccaltell. Globalization and the Race for Resources. Baltimore: The John Hopkins University Press, 2005.
  • GORDON, Robert. The Rise and Fall of American Growth: The U. S. Standard of Living Since the Civil War. Princeton: PUP, 2016.
  • MOORE, Jason. Capitalism in the Web of Life: Ecology and the Accumulation of Capital. London: Verso, 2015.
  • PIKETTY, Thomas. Le capital au XXIe siècle. Paris: Seuil, 2013.
  • PIKETTY, Thomas. Capital et Idéologie. Paris: Seuil, 2019.
  • MILANOVIĆ, Branko. Capitalism, alone: the future of the system that rules the world. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2019.
  • WILLIAMSON, Jefffrey. “Latin American Inequality: Colonial Origins, Commodity Booms or a Missed Twentieth-Century Leveling?” Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, 2015, Vol. 16, No. 3, 324–341.
Politics and Unequalities

Course code: GCP00153

Syllabus

The course aims to discuss the political aspects related to inequality both in South America and in Brazil. To this end, it focuses on issues such as political representation, inequality of access to the decision-making power of the state, and political inequality, especially in the context of globalization. It also aims to clarify the relationship between political inequality and social inequality and the expressions these have acquired in contemporary society. Finally, it aims to elucidate the role of public policies in combating and reproducing inequality and violence.

 

Professor

 

Expected semester

Second semester of 2021 (2021.2)

 

Bibliography

  • BARTELS, Larry M. Unequal Democracy: The Political Economy of the Gilded Age, Princeton, 2008.
  • CHEVIGNY, Paul. Edge of the Knife: Police Violence in the Americas. New York: New Press. 1995/2003.
  • DAHL, Robert. On political equality. Yale University Press, 2006.
  • FUENTES, Carlos. Contesting the Iron Fist: Advocacy Networks and Police Violence in Democratic Argentina and Chile. Routledge, London, 2005.
  • MARSHALL, T. H. Citizenship and class and other essays. Cambridge University Press, 1950.
  • RODRIK, Dani. The Globalization Paradox: Democracy and the Future of the World Economy. W. W. Norton & Company, 2012.
  • TOCQUEVILLE, Alexis. Demcoracy in America. Bantam Classics; Revised ed., 2000.
Protection and Promotion of Human Rights

Course code: DCJ00027

Syllabus

This course discusses key contemporary issues related to human rights as a strategy to overcome inequalities. Drawing attention to the need for an interdisciplinary approach of the subject as a condition for the comprehension of human rights as an operative part of people’s life, the course will deal with the definition and enumeration of human rights legislation, the juridical exegesis on equality, and inalienability, conceptions of procedural and substantive legitimacy of HR’s international, regional and domestic safeguarding mechanisms.

 

Professors

 

Expected semester

Every semester

Bibliography

  • GOODALE, Mark. Surrendering to Utopia: An Anthropology of Human Rights. Stanford University Press, 2009.
    DONNELY, Jack. Universal human rights: In theory and practice. Cornell University Press, 2013.
  • CLAPHAM, Andrew. Human rights. A very short introduction. Oxford University Press, 2015.
  • OHCHR. Guiding Principles on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights. Available at <https://www.ohchr.org/Documents/Publications/OHCHR_ExtremePovertyandHumanRights_EN.pdf>.
  • DE FEYTER, Koen. Localizing Human Rights. Universiteit Antwerpen, Instituut voor Ontwikkelingsbeleid en-beheer (IOB), IOB Discussion Papers, 2006.
  • RAINEY, Bernadette. Concentrate Human Rights Law. Oxford University Press, 2018.
  • THE UPR PROJECT AT BCU. Submitted to the United States of America’s Universal Periodic Review. Third Cycle. 36th Session of the UPR Working Group. May 2020.
Scientific Literature: exploring English perspectives

Course code: GCM00039

Syllabus

Create a space to use the English language orally involving the use of short and/or recent articles, films, lectures and seminars in the English language, and simulations of situations such as interviews, debates, and presentations at international conferences and events.

 

Professors

 

Expected semester

Second semester of 2021 (2021.2)

Eje 3: Culturas, identidades y lenguajes

Active Learning and Innovative Models

Course code: GIM00049

Syllabus

  • Introduce students to key strategies of active learning methodologies.
  • To discuss the TPACK-framework (Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge).
  • Analyze the advantages and disadvantages of teaching through active methodologies and the traditional method.
  • To apply the contents through the use of the respective active learning methodologies and teaching technologies so that students effectively experience each form presented.
  • Acquire skills with the use of Reflective Portfolio, Preparation of Pedagogical Materials for the Inclusion of all, Projects, Seminars.

 

Professor

 

Expected semester

First semester of 2022 (2022.2)

 

Bibliography

  • BACICH, L.; MORAN, J. Metodologias Ativas para uma Educação Inovadora: Uma Abordagem Teórico-Prática, 2017.
  • OLIVEIRA, C.A. Metodologia ativa de ensino-aprendizagem: Manual do TBL 2018.
  • ILLERIS, K. Teorias contemporâneas do aprendizado. Penso, 2013.
El ensayo latinoamericano: identidades y desigualdades

Código: GLE00617

Descripción

Estudio de la tradición ensayística en América Latina en los siglos XX y XXX con énfasis en la lectura de textos dedicados a la construcción de identidades y al debate sobre las desigualdades. El ensayo latinoamericano, su importancia como fuente de ideas y reflexiones, a partir de la lectura de autores hispanoamericanos y brasileños.

 

Profesor

 

Semestre esperado

Primero semestre de 2022 (2022.1)

 

Bibliografía

  • BUARQUE DE HOLANDA, Sergio. ”O homem cordial” Raízes do Brasil. São Paulo: Cia da Letras, 1999. 26 ed.
  • CANDIDO, Antonio. “Los brasileños y Nuestra América”; “Visiones radicales de Brasil y de América Latina “. Ensayos y comentários. México/ Campinas: Fondo de Cultura/ Editora Unicamp, 1995.
  • CANCLINI, Nestor G. “Las identidades como espetáculo multimidia”, apud SKIRIUS, John. El ensayo hispanoamericano del siglo XX. 5 ed. México, Fondo de Cultura, 2004.
  • FREYRE, Gilberto. “O escravo negro na vida sexual e da família do brasileiro”, in Casa Grande e Senzala, Intérpretes do Brasil, v.2. Coordenação de Silviano Santiago. Rio de Janeiro: Nova Aguilar, 2002. 2 ed.
  • LUGONES, María. Colonialidad y Género. Tabula Rasa. Bogotá – Colombia, No.9: pp.73-101, julio-diciembre 2008. Disponível em: <http://www.scielo.org.co/scielo.php?pid=S1794- 24892008000200006&script=sci_abstract&tlng=pt>. Acesso em: 26 fev.2021.
  • MIGNOLO, Walter. Entre canon y corpus: alternativas para los estúdios literários y culturales en y sobre América Latina. in: Nuevo Texto Crítico, Vol. II, n,14-15, Julio 1994 a junio 1995, pp. 23- 36.
  • MARIÁTEGUI, José Carlos. “El problema del indio”; “ Las corrientes de hoy: idigenismo”, in Siete ensayos de la realidad peruana. 64 ed. Lima: Biblioteca Amauta, s/d.
  • ORTIZ, Fernado. Contrapunteo cubano del tabaco y del azúcar (fragmento). La habana: Ed. Ciências Sociales, 1983.
  • PAZ, Octavio. “La inteligência mexicana”, in El laberinto de la soledad. México: Fondo de Cultura, 1992. 21 ed.
  • _____. “Una literatura trasplantada” (fragmento). Sor Juana Inês de la Cruz o las trampas de la fé, México, Fondo de cultura, 1982, apud SKIRIUS, John. El ensayo hispanoamericano del siglo XX. 5 ed. México, Fondo de Cultura, 2004.
  • PIZARRO, Ana. O sul e os trópicos. Niterói, EdUFF, 2006.
  • QUIJANO, A. Colonialidade do poder, eurocentrismo e américa latina. In: A colonialidade do saber: eurocentrismo e ciências sociais. Perspectivas latino- americanas. Clacso, consejo latinoamericano de ciencias sociales: buenos aires, 2005. Disponível em: <http://biblioteca.clacso.edu.ar/clacso/sur- sur/20100624103322/12_quijano.pdf> acesso em: 2 nov.2020.
  • _____. Colonialidade do poder e classificação social. In: SANTOS, B. S; Meneses M. P.(Orgs.).Epistemologias do Sul. Coimbra: Edições Almedina, S.A., 2009.
    RAMA, Angel. “La ciudad letrada”. América Latina, palavra, literatura e cultura, org. Ana Pizarro. São Paulo: Memorial / ed. Unicamp, 1993.
  • REYES, Alfonso. “La inteligência americana”, “La Eneida mexicana”, in Obras completas digital RODÓ, J. Enrique. Ariel (fragmento). Buenos Aires: Losada, 1996.
  • SANTIAGO, Silviano. “O entre lugar do discurso latino-americano”, in Uma literatura nos trópicos. São Paulo: Pespectiva, 1978.
    SARLO, Beatriz. “Estética e pospolítica. Um recorrido de Fujimori a la guerra del Golfo, Culturas populares, viejas y nuevas. apud SKIRIUS, John. El ensayo hispanoamericano del siglo XX. 5 ed. México, Fondo de Cultura, 2004.
Introduction à l'étude des inégalités

Code du cours : GHT00853

Programme

  1. Introduire le domaine des études sur l’inégalité dans le champ plus large des sciences sociales en général ou de l’histoire en particulier aux 20ème et 21ème siècles.
  2. Réfléchir de manière comparative à l’organisation globale de l’économie, des systèmes politiques, des conflits sociaux ou de la culture qui produisent, stabilisent, naturalisent et reproduisent les pratiques sociales inégalitaires.

 

Professeur

 

Semestre prévu

Deuxième semestre de 2022 (2022.2)

 

Bibliographie

  • HEILBRON, Johan; BONCOURT, Thibaud; SORÁ, Gustavo. The social and human Science in the global power relations. Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.
  • GILMAN, N. Mandarins of the Future: Modernization Theory in Cold War America. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003.
  • MILANOVIĆ, Branko. Capitalism, alone: the future of the system that rules the world. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2019.
  • MOYN, Samuel; SARTORI, Andrew. (eds.). Global Intellectual History. New York: Columbia University Press, 2013.
  • PIKETTY, Thomas. Le capital au XXIe siècle. Paris: Seuil, 2013.
  • PIKETTY, Thomas. Capital et Idéologie. Paris: Seuil, 2019.
Language, Literacies, and Inequalities in Transnational Contacts

Course code: GLE00615

Syllabus

Concepts and theories of literacies. Literacies within everyday practices. Multiliteracies pedagogy. Ethnographic approaches to community literacies. From local to global: the production and circulation of texts. Performativity and identities. Decolonial critiques. Since the course is partly taught in English, enrolled students need a sufficient level of English to follow English classes and the English language bibliography.

 

Professor

 

Expected semester

Second semester of 2021 (2021.2)

 

Bibliography

  • ANZALDÚA, Gloria et al. Borderlands: la frontera. San Francisco: Aunt Lute, 1987.
  • BYRAM, M. From foreign language education to education for intercultural citizenship: Essays and reflections. Multilingual Matters, 2008.
  • PRINSLOO, M.; BAYNHAM, M. Literacies, global and local. John Benjamins Publishing, 2008.
  • SOUZA, Ana Lucia Silva. Letramentos de reexistência: culturas e identidades no movimento hip hop. São Paulo: Parábola Ed., 2009.
  • STREET, Brian V. Social literacies: Critical approaches to literacy in development, ethnography and education. Routledge, 2014.
Médias, technologie et société

Code du cours : GCO00516

Programme

La communication dans les environnements de médias numériques intensifie l’accès à l’information dans la vie quotidienne. Cependant, si les ressources numériques ont été considérées comme des alliées de la démocratisation de l’information – et c’est effectivement le cas dans de nombreux cas – elles génèrent en revanche des circuits de désinformation, qui influencent les scénarios politiques et peuvent conduire au négationnisme. Le cours vise à discuter des problèmes de fond qui imprègnent cette question, en tenant compte de la constitution des médias et de leurs langages pour l’analyse de sujets tels que les cultures technologiques, les régimes de vérité, la spectacularisation, le statut du discours scientifique, la mémoire et l’oubli, etc.

 

Professeur

 

Semestre prévu

Premiere semestre de 2022 (2022.2)

 

Bibliographie

  • BAUDRILLARD, Jean. Simulacres et simulation. Paris: Galilée, 1985.
  • DEBORD, Guy. La société du spectacle. Paris: Folio, 2018 [1967].
  • FOUCAULT, Michel. Les mots et les choses. Paris: Tel Gallimard, 1990 [1966].
  • LATOUR, Bruno. Nous n’avons jamais été modernes. Paris: La Découverte, 2006.
  • LYOTARD, Jean-François. La condition postmoderne. Paris, Editions de Minuit, 1979.
  • STENGERS, Isabelle. Au temps de catástrophes: résister à la barbárie qui vient. Paris: Découverte, 2009.
  • VIDAL-NAQUET, Pierre. Les assassins de la mémoire. Paris: La Découverte Essais, 2005.
  • VIRILIO, Paul. Guerre et cinéma. Segunda edição. Paris: Cahiers du Cinéma, 1991 [1984].
Special Topics in Contact Sociolinguistics

Course code: GLE00618

Syllabus

Linguistic construction of identity and social belonging from a historical, political, sociolinguistic and geographical perspective, addressing the theoretical foundations that address the topic, as well as its application in case studies of ethnic or regional varieties in Brazil and around the world, its risks and riches. The course covers the following topics: language and identity, language and belonging, framing and ethnic conflicts, attitudes and stereotypes, language policy, boundary marking, linguistic accommodation, multilingualism and multiculturalism.

 

Professors

 

Expected semester

Second semester of 2021 (2021.2) and Second semester of 2022 (2022.2)

 

Bibliography

  • ANTHIAS, F. Identity and Belonging: conceptualisations and political framings. KLA Working Paper Series n.8, 2013. <http://www.kompetenzla.uni-koeln.de/fileadmin/WP_Anthias.pdg>.
  • LASAGABASTER, D. “Attitude/Einstellung”. In: AMMON, U., DITTMAR, N., MATTHEIER, K. J. (eds.) (2004): Soziolinguistik. Ein internationales Handbuch zur Wissenschaft von Sprache und Gesellschaft (Sociolinguistics. An international handbook of the science of language and society) V.1, 2nd ed. Berlin: de Gruyter, 399-405.
  • PRESTON, D. (2005): “Perceptual dialectology/Perzeptive Dialektologie”. In: Ammon, U., Dittmar, N., Mattheier, K. J., Trudgill, P. (eds.): Sociolinguistics. Soziolinguistik. An International Handbook of the Science Of Language and Society. Ein internationales Handbuch zur Wissenschaft von Sprache und Gesellschaft. Vol. 2. Teilbd. 2. 2nd completely revised and extended edition. 2., vollständig neu bearbeitete und erweiterte Auflage. Berlin, New York: de Gruyter: 1683-1696.
  • PHILIPPSON, R., SKUTNABB-KANGAS, T. ‘Linguistic Imperialism and Endangered Languages’. In: BATHIA, T. K., RITCHIE, W. C. (eds.): The Handbook of Bilingualism and Multilingualism. 2nd edition. Oxford 2013: Wiley-Blackwell: 495-516.
  • PFAFF-CZARNECKA, J. From identity to belonging in Social Research: Plurality, Social Boundaries, and the Politics of the self. In: ALBIEZ, S.; CASTRO, N.; JÜSSEN L.; YOUKHANA, E. (eds.) Ethnicity, Citizenship and Belonging: Practices, Theory andSpatial Dimensions. Madrid: Iberoamericana – Vervuert, p. 199-219, 2011
  • PFAFF-CZARNECKA, J. Multiple belonging and the challenges to biographic navigation. Working paper 13-05. Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, 2013. <www.mmg.mpg.de/workingpapers>.
  • TABOURET-KELLER, A. (1997): “Language and Identity”. In: Coulmas, Florian (ed). Handbook of Sociolinguistics. Oxford: Blackwell: 315-326.
  • VALLENTIN, R. T. Belonging and Language Use. Narrating, categorizing and positioning in a Guatemalan highland community. Tese de Doutorado. Kulturwissenschaftfakultät der Europa- Universität Viadrina, 2017.
  • WELSCH, W. Transculturality: the Puzzling Form of Cultures Today. Spaces of Culture: City, Nation, World, ed. by Mike Featherstone and Scott Lash, London: Sage1999, 194-213.
Women in Science

Course code: GFI00261

Syllabus

The course will be composed by presentations/keynotes about women scientists in different fields of knowledge who have made difference in the world of science. Students will be shown to the problems of gender inequalities and the works of these women will be commented on. We will consider famous characters in history and present-day scientists’ accounts.

 

Professor

 

Expected semester

Second semester of 2021 (2021.2) and Second semester of 2022 (2022.2)

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