Rethinking Democratization in Africa and Latin America, 19-23 March 2018, hosted by PARI and the New School, NY in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Read more about the conference HERE.

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Citizenship and Marketization: Plebeian citizenship, precarious citizenship. The vicissitudes of popular welfare in post-industrial Argentina by Gabriel Vommaro, Universidad Nacional del General Sarmiento, CONICET, Argentina
Citizenship and Marketization: Taxation, Citizenship and Democracy: the case of tax activism in Sub-Saharan Africa by Alice Soares Guimarães, Public Affairs Research Institute
Institutionalizing the State: The Measure of Democracy: Public Institutions and Autonomy in South Africa by Ivor Chipkin, Public Affairs Research Institute
Violence(s) of the Everyday: Bureaucratic violence: How violence in the bureaucracy intervenes with the bureaucratic process in South Africa’s local government by Mahlatse Rampedi, Public Affairs Research Institute
Constitutions, Legality and Rights: Democratization and the Constitution by Roberto M. Gargarella, Universidad Torcuato di Tella, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
Institutionalizing the State: Corruption Scandals and Transparency Policies in Argentina by Sebastian Pereyra, Universidad Nacional General San Martin, CONICET, Argentina
Constitutions, Legality and Rights: The Power to Give Society a Form: Constituent Moments and the Force of Concepts (Reflections on Drafting Chile’s 1980 Constitution) by Rodrigo Cordero, Universidad Diego Portales, Chile
Violence(s) of the Everyday: Social movements within the municipality, the municipality within social movements by Mosa Phadi, Public Affairs Research Institute
Configurations of Political Life: Democracy and the Poor. Prolegomena to a Radical Theory of Democracy by Andreas Kalyvas, New School for Social Research, The New School, USA
Configurations of Political Life: Neoliberalism versus Demoratization in Peru’s Transition by Carmen Ilizarbe Pizarro, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Perú
Violence(s) of the Everyday: From Governmentalized Populations to Plebeian Citizens in the Global South: Everyday Practices of Social Equality and Self-Rule among Buenos Aires’ Scavengers by Carlos Forment, New School for Social Research, The New School, USA
Configurations of Political Life: A Dream Deferred. Political Transition and Incomplete Democratization in the South African Countryside by Mbongiseni Buthelezi, Public Affairs Research Institute
Urban Imaginaries: Are the inequalities in Latin America Decreasing? Debates and Controversies by Gabriel Kessler, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, CONICET, Argentina
Urban Imaginaries: Retreat and Belonging in the City. What If There Were Not Gated Communities? by Federica Duca, Public Affairs Research Institute
The Global South: De-democratization, Advanced Oligarchies and the Prospects for Democracy by José Mauricio Domingues, Instituto de Estudos Sociais e Políticos, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The Global South: Latin American Debates. Models of Development and Expansion of the Frontiers of Neo-Extractivism in Latin America by Maristella Svampa, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, CONICET, Argentina

Images: Vishanthi Arumugam

24 March 2018, Day of Remembrance for Truth and Justice, Buenos Aires.