The Middle Atlantic Council of Latin American Studies has awarded its 2020 Harold Eugene Davis Prize to Luis Roniger, Reynolds Professor of Latin American Studies in the Department of Politics and International Affairs, and his co-author Leonardo Senkman of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, in recognition of their article “Conspirationism, Synarchism and the Long Shadow of Peron in Argentina,” Journal of Modern Jewish Studies, 17:4 (2018): 434-454.
The prize is awarded annually to the best article or book chapter on Latin America published in the previous two years. Roniger and Senkman’s publication is part of a broader research project on Conspiracy Theories in Latin America that has already led to several refereed journal articles in English and an open-access book in Spanish published by the international Latin American Studies Association in December 2019.
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Luis Roniger served on the international academic committee of the University of the Republic (Uruguay) and the National University of La Plata (Argentina) organizing the Second International Congress on Southern Cone Exile, held in Montevideo on Nov. 5-7.
He was also invited by the Brazilian Political Science Association (ABCP) and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation to participate in a central panel on the politics of memory and human rights at the IX Meetings of the ABCP held on Aug. 4-7 in Brasilia.
Roniger has published the book Destierro y exilio en América Latina. Nuevos estudios y avances teóricos (University Press of Buenos Aires – EUDEBA, September 2014) and co-authored “Tres estudios sobre el exilio. Condición humana, experiencia histórica y significación política (Madrid: EDAF and Mexico: Universidad de Puebla, September 2014).
Aguirre, Arturo, Antolín Sánchez Cuervo, & Luis Roniger. (Politics & International Affairs). Tres estudios sobre el exilio: Condición humana, experiencia histórica y significación política. EDAF and the Universidad Autónoma de Puebla. September 2014.
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