Visiting Fellows

The Center receives applications for visiting positions extending from periods of a few weeks up to a full academic year. When they are in residence with us at FGV they conduct their own research activities and will normally give a paper or a seminar that summarizes major findings.

Applications for the position should be forwarded to ri@fgv.br in the format of a reasoning, containing a research project and a curriculum.  They will be evaluated by the Coordination Council of CPDOC. In most cases, the fellowships are not paid.

See below a list of current and past visiting fellows at the Center:

Alexandre Moreli – By the time, he was obtaining his PhD degree from the Institut Pierre Renouvin from the Université de Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne. Visiting fellow from October 26th until November 8th 2009.

Andrew Hurrell – Montague Burton Professor of International Relations at Oxford University and Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford. Visiting fellow from April to July 2009.

Carlo Patti – By the time, he was obtaining his PhD degree in International Relations History from the University of Florence. Visiting fellow from June to July 2009, September 2010, July 2011 and July 2012.

Carmen Fonseca – By the time, she was obtaining her PhD degree at the Portuguese Institute of International Relations, where she was also a researcher. Visiting fellow from March 25th until May 1st 2012.

Diogo Monteiro Dario -  By the time, he was a Master in International Relations from PUC-Rio. Diogo was obtaining his PhD degree from the St. Andrews University. Visiting fellow from January until August 2011.

David Fowkes - By the time, he was PhD candidate of African Studies at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), John Hopkins University. Visiting Fellow from October 1st 2010 to November 22nd 2010.

Francesco Giumelli – Professor of International Relations and European Studies from the Metropolitan University in Prague, Czech Republic. Visiting fellow from July 1st until August 20th 2012.

Julia Sweig – Nelson and David Rockefeller Senior Fellow and Director of Latin American Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations. Visiting fellow in June 2009.

Leslie Bethell - Emeritus Professor of Latin American History at University of London, Emeritus Fellow from St Antony's College, Oxford, Honorary Research Fellow at the History Department from the University College London and from the Institute for the Study of the Americas from the University of London and Senior Scholar do Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington D.C. Partner of the Brazilian Academy of Letters (chair 16). Visiting fellow from 2008 until 2011.

Michael Bauer – Coordinator of the Program on Middle East Studies from the Center for Applied Policy Research (CAP), in Berlin. Visiting fellow from April 25th to May 9th 2012.

Paolo de Renzio – Senior Research Fellow at International Budget Partnership (IBP), Washington and Associate Research at the Global Economic Governance Programme at  Oxford University and from the Overseas Development Institute in London. PhD in International Relations from the Oxford University. Visiting Fellow from November 2011 until February 2012 and from July to December 2012.

Rebecca Herman – By the time, she was obtaining her PhD degree from the History Department in the California University, in Berkeley. Visiting fellow in October 2012.

Rogério de Souza Farias – By the time, he was obtaining his PhD degree in International Relations from the University of Brasília. He is specialist in Public Policy and Government Management from the Ministry of Planning, Budget and Management of Brazil. Visiting fellow from April to June 2009.

 

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