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Expertise: Latin America
Dr Madeleine Davis
My major research interest is in the history of socialist political thought in Britain. I have focused especially on the post-1956 British New Left, a current whose key thinkers included E.P. Thompson, John Saville, Stuart Hall, Raymond Williams, Ralph Milliband, Perry Anderson and Tom Nairn. An earlier strand of my work, arising from my time at ILAS, focused on the Pinochet case and its implications and effects, especially in terms of securing accountability for past human rights violations in countries that have undergone transitions from authoritarian rule.
Prof Omar Garcia
My main research interests include censorship, cultural memory, language, literature and the state (as applied to Latin America and Spain) as well as Cuban studies (particular interest in exile) and modern Spanish poetry and drama.
Prof Else Vieira
My research focuses on Brazilian and comparative Latin American studies. This encompasses the study of Brazilian exiles and migrants, translation and culture in post colonial and dictatorship contexts, and the dispossession of people.
Prof Catherine Mcilwaine
My research is rooted in development geography although I also work on transnational migration and on North-South linkages. My more recent research on transnational migration has concentrated on Latin American migration to the UK (and to Spain) as well as the nature of migrant labour within London's low-pay economy.
Prof James Dunkerley
My main areas of research are the history and politics of Latin America, with particular focus on the Andes.