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Carlos A. Pérez Ricart, PhD.

E-Mail: carlos.perezricart@history.ox.ac.uk

cperezricart@gmail.com

DOB: April 9th, 1987

Mexican Citizenship

Latin American Center, St. Antony’s College, 

University of Oxford, 62 Woodstock Rd, Oxford OX2 6EY

[updated May 2020]


ACADEMIC POSITIONS 

Since 2020 Assistant Professor in International Relations (Profesor Investigador Titular)

Department of International Studies, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE), Mexico City

2017-2020   Postdoctoral Fellow in the Contemporary History and Public Policy of Mexico 

Faculty of History & Latin American Centre, University of Oxford, UK

2016 Postdoctoral Fellow in Political Science 

 Institute for Latin-American Studies, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

2016 Lecturer and Research Assistant (Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

Institute for Latin-American Studies, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany 


EDUCATION  

2012-2016 PhD in Political Science

Freie Universität Berlin (awarded: magna cum laude

2006-2011  Professional Title in International Relations

El Colegio de México 


RESEARCH GRANTS 

2019-2020 Research Grant, OX/BER Joint Seed Money Funding. Research Project, The Comeback of the Latin American Armed Forces: Continuities, Changes, and Challenges to Democratic Security Governance (Principal Investigator with Dr. Prof. Marianne Braig and Dr. Markus Hochmüller). Amount Awarded: £‎8,425.00 

2019-2020 Research Grant, University of Oxford John Fell OUP Research Fund. Project: The Global History of the Mexican Police. Amount Awarded: £‎3,206.00 (Principal Investigator)

2019 Conference Grant: Malcolm Deas Fund, Latin American Centre, University of Oxford. Amount Awarded £‎960 (With Carlos Solar) 

2018-2020 Conference Grant: Faculty of History Research Committee, University of Oxford Travel Grant (£400 per year) 


SCHOLARSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS  

2020 Fellow of the Ibero-American Institut, Berlin. Knowledge Production and Cutlural Transfers: Latin America in a Trans-regional contexts, project: “La Historia Global de la Policía Mexicana: circulación de prácticas y modelos organizacionales”. (June-July 2020) (Postponed due to COVID-19) 

2019- 2020  Affiliate Professor, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE),

Department of International Studies, Mexico City. 

2019  Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Political Science, Marie Curie-Sklodowska University, Lublin, Poland (October-November 2019) 

Since 2018 Member of the National System of Researchers in Mexico (Sistema Nacional de Investigadores) 

Since 2017 Senior Member│ St. Antony’s College, University of Oxford

2015  Full doctoral Dissertation Scholarship │ Freie Universität Berlin, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)

2012-2014  Full PhD. Scholarship │ International Research Training Group ‘Between Spaces. Movements, Actors and Representations of Globalisation’, Freie Universität Berlin

2011  Full pre-doctoral Scholarship │ International Research Training Group “Between Spaces. Movements, Actors and Representations of Globalisation”, Freie Universität Berlin

2010  Academic Scholarship │Stipendien- und Betreuungsprogramm (STIBET), Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) [German Academic Exchange Service]


EDITED BOOK

2017  Después de Ayotzinapa: Estado, crimen organizado y sociedad civil en México. Edited together with Nina Lawrenz and Tanja Wälty. Verlag Walter Frey, Berlin.


REFEREED ARTICLES  

Forthcoming  Carlos A. Perez Ricart & Nidia A. Olvera Hernández, “Ascenso y declive de la Policía de Narcóticos del Departamento de Salubridad en México (1917- 1960)”, Historia Mexicana, 280 (manuscript accepted, april 2021) 

Forthcoming José Domingo Schievenini & Carlos A. Pérez Ricart, “Pasado y presente de los usos medicinales del cannabis en México”, REDES, Revista de Estudios Sociales de la Ciencia y la Tecnología(manuscript accepted, 2020)

2020 Carlos A. Pérez Ricart, “Taking the war on drugs down south: The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) in Mexico (1973-1980)”, The Social History of Alcohol and Drugs, Vol. 34, I. 

2019 Carlos A. Pérez Ricart, “The Role of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics in Mexican drug policy (1940-1968)”, Frontera Norte, International Journal of Borders, Territories and Regions. Vol. 31, I, 1-22. 

2019  Carlos A. Pérez Ricart & John Lindsay-Poland, “Derechos humanos y exportación legal de armas: Estados Unidos y Alemania frente a la crisis mexicana”, Foro internacional, LIX, 2, 309-360 

2018 Carlos A. Pérez Ricart, “The Role of the DEA in the Emergence of the Field of Anti-Narcotics Policing in Latin America”, Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations. Vol. 24, II, 169-191. 

2018  Carlos A. Pérez Ricart, “La temprana (y permanente) militarización de la seguridad pública en México: un estudio histórico”, in Contextualizaciones Latinoamericanas. Vol. 18, I. 

2018  Carlos A. Pérez Ricart, El papel de la DEA en la emergencia del campo policial antidrogas en América Latina” in Foro Internacional, LVIII, 1, 5-48.

2016 Carlos A. Pérez Ricart, “Die Zusammenarbeit in Sicherheitsfragen zwischen Mexiko und der Bundesrepublik Deutschland: Ein Kampf gegen das transnationale organisierte Verbrechen?” in Kriminologisches Journal, Vol. 48, IV, 311-326. 

2015  Sabina Morales Rosas &Carlos A. Pérez Ricart, “Militarización, obstáculo para la gobernanza democrática la seguridad en México”, in Revista colombiana de sociología. Vol. 37, II, 84-103.


BOOK CHAPTERS  

Forthcoming “Mexico and Central America: Flexibility and Frameworks”, in Annette Idler and Juan Carlos Garzón (eds.), Transforming the War on Drugs: Warriors, Victims and Vulnerable Regions, London: Hurst Publishers. 

Forthcoming “La relación México-Estados Unidos en torno al narcotráfico entre 1940 y 1980. ¿Importando la guerra contra las drogas?” in Carlos Alba and Marianne Braig (eds.), Entre Espacios y la Violencia. Berlin: Tranvía Verlag.

Forthcoming “La DEA y la emergencia del campo policial antidrogas en América Latina” in Giovanni Molano-Cruz (ed.), El problema de las drogas en América Latina. Nuevas lecturas, nuevas interpretaciones, Universidad Nacional de Colombia: Bogotá, 82-115.

2019  “La temprana (y permanente) militarización de la seguridad pública en México: Estudio histórico”, in Marcos Pablo Moloeznik and Ignacio Medina Núñez, Proceso de Militarización de la Seguridad Pública en América Latina. Guadalajara: Universidad de Guadalajara, 131-162.

2019 “El giro especial en las Relaciones Internacionales: tres conceptos en un estudio de caso” en Hernández Suárez (et.al), Giros espacio-temporales: repensando los entrelazamientos globales desde América Latina. Berlín: Verlag Walter Frey, 255-274. 

2018  “US pressure and Mexican anti-drugs efforts from 1940 to 1980” in Wil Pansters, Benjamin T. Smith and Peter Watt (eds.), The Other Side of the Drug War: Human Rights, the Public Sphere, and Justice in Contemporary Mexico. Oxford: Routledge, 33-52.  

2017  “¿Cómo construir una agenda académica entre los espacios de flujos y la trampa territorial? Los espacios políticos transnacionales como propuesta” in Carlos Alba, Alberto Aziz Nassif, Stefan Rinke (eds.), Pensar en las categorías Entre Espacios. Berlin: Tranvía Verlag, 19-34.

2017 “Ayotzinapa: derechos humanos y militarización del campo de la seguridad en México”, in Después de Ayotzinapa: Estado, crimen organizado y sociedad civil en México, Nina Lawrenz, Carlos A. Pérez Ricart and Tanja Wälty (eds). Berlin: Verlag Walter Frey, 59-78. (Co-author: Sabina Morales Rosas). 

2014 “¿Territorio y autoridad estatal en un mismo espacio? La Operación Leyenda (1985) en el marco de las relaciones México-Estados Unidos” in Stephanie Fleischmann, José Alberto Moreno Chávez and Cecilia Tossounian (eds.), América Latina entre espacios, redes, flujos e imaginarios globales, Berlin: Tranvía Verlag, pp. 69-82

2012 “Una propuesta para el estudio de las fundaciones políticas trasnacionales de derecha en América Latina” in Actas sobre Las Derechas Latinoamericanas en el Cono Sur, coord. Ernesto Bohoslavsky. Buenos Aires: Universidad Nacional General Sarmiento, pp. 42-47


REVIEWS  

2017 Jennifer Erickson (2015), Dangerous Trade: Arms Exports, Human Rights, and International Reputation in Foro Internacional, Vol. LVII, 3 (229),736-741.

2016  Wil G. Pansters (2012), Violence, Coercion, and State-Making in Twentieth Century in Mexico: The Other Half of the Centaur in Critical Reviews of Latin America Research, Vol. 5, No 2, 53-55

2015 Jeremy Kuzmarov (2012): Modernizing Repression in: Foro Internacional, Vol. LV, 4 (221), 917-922.

2014  Stephen G. Rabe (2012): The Killing Zone: The United States Wages Cold War in Latin America in Critical Reviews of Latin America Research, Vol.3, No1, 75-77

2013 Carlos Oliva Campos, Gary Prevost, Harry Vanden (2012): Social Movements and Leftist Governments in Latin America: Confrontation or Co-Optation? in: Critical Reviews of Latin America Research, Vol.2, No1, 27-29.

2012 Roger Bartra (2009): Gobierno, derecha moderna y democracia en México in Critical Reviews of Latin America Research, Vol.1, No1.


WORKING PAPERS AND NON- REFEREED PUBLICATIONS [SELECTION] 

2019  Neue Exportpraktiken der Klein- und Leichtwaffenindustrie, Informationen Ohne Rüstungsleben, 168,2, 9-11 (Co-author: Lotta Ramhorst) 

2018 Deutsche Waffen made in USA: Die strategische Produktionsverlagerung von Klein- und Leichtwaffen in die USA, Ausdruck, 93, 6, 2018, 1-4 (Co-author: Lotta Ramhorst)

2018 De Alemania a Estados Unidos: el desplazamiento de la producción de armas cortas y ligeras. Nuevas prácticas, viejos negocios. MvB Agenda, No´12, 27. (Co-author: Lotta Ramhorst)

2017  Fritz Werner: constructora de fábricas de armas en el sur global" MvB Agenda, No 11, 24.

2016  Immer die Gleichen Fehler: Die Gewaltspirale in Zentralamerika dreht sich weiter – und daran ist nicht nur der Drogenhandel Schuld, Lateinamerika Nachrichten, No 503, May, 41-43.

2014 Razones, datos y fundamentos contra un acuerdo de seguridad policial entre México y Alemania, MvB Policy Papers, No 1, 48.

2014 Más allá del gasto militar: en búsqueda de un concepto para entender la militarización en México in MvB Documentos de trabajo. No1,41. (Co-author: Sabina Morales Rosas)

2014 Militarización: Una propuesta conceptual basada en el caso mexicano (1995-2012), MvB Documentos de trabajo, No 2, 36. (Co-author:  Sabina Morales Rosas)

2014 Armas entre sombras y tutelas: Gerhard G. Mertins en México (1979-1984), MvB Agenda. No5, 20.

2014 MEREX AG o la frontera de lo (i) legal en la política alemana de exportación de armamento in MvB Documentos de trabajo, No 3: 30.

2014  Jenseits des SIPRI-Index, Lunapark: Zeitschrift Zur Kritik der Globalen Ökonomie. No 26, 57-60. (Co-author: Sabina Morales Rosas).

2013  Armas alemanas en México: El caso de la exportación a México de los fusiles Heckler & Koch G36 in MvB Agenda No1, 15.

2013 Kampf ums goldene Kalb: Der Ölsektor, Mexikos wichtigste Einnahmequelle, soll für Privatinvestor_innen geöffnet werden, LateinamerikaNachrichten, September-October, No 471.


INTERNET COLLABORATIONS [SELECTION]

2019  ¿Qué es la Kingpin Strategy?: ¿qué es y cómo llegó a México? En Nexos: Prevención y castigo, blog sobre la política de seguridad, October 21. Available at: https://seguridad.nexos.com.mx/?p=1646

2016 América Central: el nexo entre violencia y drogas, ¿cómo explicarlo? August 17th. Available at: https://www.distintaslatitudes.net/explicadores/america-central-nexo-violencia-drogas-explicarlo


CONFERENCE PAPERS [SELECTION]

2019 “La Drug Enforcement Administration en México: sus límites, sus alcances (1973-2017), Seminario Programa de Política de Drogas, CIDE, Región Centro, Aguascalientes, December 14th.

2019 “Security Sector Reform” in Winding down Mexico’s War on drugs, a conference jointly organised by Nuffield College and El Colegio de México, Oxford, UK, October 31st. 

2019 “Examining the role of the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) in Mexico, 1970-2017”, Alcohol and Drugs History Society (ADHS), Shanghai University, China, June 14th. 

2019 “Examining the role of the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) in Mexico, 1970-2017”, LASA, Boston, U.S, May 16th.

2019  “The Emergence of the Police in the Civilizing Process: the cases of Colombia & Mexico, 1800-2000s”, Conference The Civilizing process in Colombia, Brasenose College, Oxford, UK, May 4th. 

2019 Key note “Tráfico de armas en América Latina: reto para la seguridad en la región más violenta del mundo”, V Conferencia Cracoviana Latinoamericana, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland, April 6th.

2018 “Understanding the role of drug policy in the state building process in Modern Mexico”, FLACSO-ISA Joint Conference, Quito, Ecuador, June 27th. 

2018 “Not an easy task: The Federal Bureau of Narcotics’ role in the designing of drug policies in Mexico between 1940 and 1960” in the Panel intitled “Drug, Politics and Society: The History of the Mexican Drug Trade. Part II”. LASA, Barcelona, Spain, May 23rd.

2018 “Understanding the role of drug policy in the state building process in Modern Mexico (1940-1980”), in Cannabis: Global Histories Symposium, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland, 19th April. 

2018 “Mexican drug policy in the XX Century: A Process of Americanization?”, CAS Seminar, History Department, University of Warwick, Warwick, UK. January 17th

2017 “Importing the war on drugs? U.S. pressure and Mexican anti-drugs efforts from 1940 to 1980”, Latin American History Seminar, University of Oxford, November 17th.

2017 “Importing the war on drugs? U.S. pressure and Mexican anti-drugs efforts from 1940 to 1980”, Latin American Seminar, Institute of Historical Research, University of London, November 7th

2017  “Not an easy task: The Federal Bureau of Narcotics’ role in the designing of drug policies in Mexico between 1940 and 1960” in Global Drugs, Local Effects: The Regional History of the Mexican Drug Trade at the Global History Centre, University of Warwick, June 18-20th 2017.

2016  “Narcotráfico e instituciones estatales en México: sus relaciones cambiantes a lo largo del Siglo XX” presented at: Coloquio Internacional, Interacciones, disputas y conflictos entre el Estado y la sociedad en América Latina, Project House desigualdades.net, Freie Universität Berlin, January 19th 2016, 

2015 “Regional perspectives on the IDCR: Mexico and Central America” presented at: The International Drug Control Regime beyond UNGASS 2016: Perspectives from the Global South at the Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies (RBIIS), The Graduate Center, CUNY, NY., July 13th and 14th 2015, 

2015 “Hablan los archivos: redes de narcotraficantes, agentes antidrogas y Estado en México: 1940-1980” presented at: Congreso Internacional “Entre Espacios y La Violencia”. Freie Universität Berlin, July 17th and 18th.

2015 “La responsabilidad alemana en México: el caso de la exportación de armas y el acuerdo de seguridad entre México y Alemania”, presented at: Congreso Internacional: Después de Ayotzinapa: Estado, crimen organizado y sociedad civil en México, Freie Universität Berlin, February 20th.

2015 “Das staatliche Gewaltmonopol in Mexiko“ presented at: Geisteswissenschaftliches Zentrum, Universität Leipzig, January 9th.

2014 “La creación de regímenes internacionales ‘Entre Espacios: localización y transferencia de políticas antinarcóticos” presented at: Summer School Colegio Internacional de Graduados, Lateinamerika-Institut, Freie Universität Berlin, September 3rd.

2013 “Agencias antinarcótico-norteamericanas en México: transferencia, convergencia y reproducción de políticas”, presented in: Coloquio Inter-Institucional del Colegio Internacional de Graduados (CIG), Entre Espacios, Movimientos, Actores y Representaciones de la Globalización, El Colegio de México, November 21st.

2013 “Militarization in Mexico: understanding the military paradigm beyond expenditure”, presented at: 17th. Annual International Conference on Economics and Security, SIPRI, Stockholm, June 15th.

2012 “Presencia de agencias de seguridad trasnacionales en México: un marco de análisis” presented at: 54th International Congress of Americanists (ICA),Wien, July 16th. 

2011 “Internationale Philantropie angesichts der Diskussion des öffentlichen Raums in Mexiko: neue Akteure” presented at: Summer School Graduiertenkolleg Zwischen Räumen, Freie Universität Berlin, June. 

2011 “La filantropía: ¿una opción derechista de apropiación del espacio público? El caso mexicano (1994-2011)” presented at: Tercer taller internacional sobre las derechas en el cono sur, Universidad Nacional General de Sarmiento, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 2nd.


INVITED TALKS AND ACADEMIC ROUNDTABLES [SELECTION]

2019  Roundtable: "Ascenso y caida de las Regiones" Panel "Brexit: ¿la caida de la Unión Europea? with Mark Aspinwall & Arturo Santa Cruz, IX Seminario de Relaciones Internacionales, Feria Internacional del Libro, Guadalajara, México, December 6th. 

2019 Conference: “Understanding Mexico’s Drug Violence: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives”, Sexto Simposio Internacional Encuentros Científicos con América Latina, Lublin, Poland, October 25th.

2019 Conference “Drug Trafficking in Latin America” at Eton College, invited by the Hispanic Society, October 4th.

2019 Plenary Panel “Conjunctural Crisis and the Left: Drugs Violence and Racism in Latin America” in Radical Americas Conference, UCL Institute for the Americas, London, September 13th.

2019 Panel “Guardia Nacional” in Segunda Conferencia Internacional Seguridad Ciudadana: La Vía Civil”, organized by Programa de Seguridad Ciudadana de la Universidad Iberoamericana, Hotel Galería Plaza Reforma, May 23th.

2019  Roundtable “Instituciones de seguridad: vulnerabilidad y captura” in Conference Vulnerabilidad y captura de instituciones y circuitos de gobierno: Narcotráfico, crimen organizado, institucionalidad y Derechos Humano”, El Colegio de México, May 17th.

2019 Roundtable “Mexican Feminism in Protest: The photography of Ana Victoria Jiménez, 1974-1990”, Lee Shay Kee Room, Wadham College, University of Oxford, March 1st. 

2019  Conference “The changing character of the Mexican war on Drugs: State building process, bureaucracy and U.S. policy” at Tuesday Lunch Seminar, The Changing Character of War Centre, Pembroke College, Oxford, February 26th. 

2019 Key Note “Los Derechos Humanos en una Perspectiva Histórica” in Congreso Internacional de Derechos Humanos, Justicia y Migración, Supremo Tribunal de Justicia del Estado de Jalisco, Mexico, February 15th.  

2019  “El papel del poder legislativo y los Derechos Humanos: lecciones para la alternancia” presented at: Temas Selectos de Derechos Humanos y el rol del Poder Legislativo, Congreso del Estado de Jalisco, Mexico, February 13th. 

2018 “La DEA y su legado de derechos humanos” in Seminario Verdad, Memoria y Justicia en contextos de violencia criminal. El Colegio de México, November 20th. 

2018  Roundtable “Drug trafficking and organized crime” with Dr. Mónica Serrano, FLACSO-ISA Joint Conference, Quito, Ecuador, June 27th.

2018  Discussant in panel “From the War on Drugs to Drug Control: historical and contemporary perspectives”, FLACSO-ISA Joint Conference, Quito, Ecuador, June 26th. 

2018  Conference “Historia del tráfico y política de drogas en el México del Siglo XX” in ZwischenKlischees und Realität - Drogen und Lateinamerika, in Lateinamerika im Fokus (LATIF), Universität zu Köln, July 9th.  

2018 “Otros mercados criminales (armas, trata, secuestro, lavado de dinero)”, Segunda Conferencia Internacional sobre Seguridad y Justicia en Democracia: Hacia Una Política de Estado centrada en los Derechos Humanos, organized by Comisión Nacional de los Derechos Humanos (CNDH) y Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), Antigua Escuela de Jurisprudencia, March 1st.

2018 “Rethinking the Origins of the Drug War in Mexico”, public lecture organized by the LSE International Drug Policy Unit (IDPU), London School of Economics, February 23rd.

2018 “2018: Electoral Year in Latin America – Round Table Discussion”, Latin American Centre Seminars: Joint seminar with the Spanish Real Instituto Elcano, University of Oxford, February 16th. 

2017 Conference: “Die deutsche Autoindustrie in Mexiko − ein Überblick“, Discussion panel during the conference Deutsche Unternehmen im Globalen Süden: Unwelt und Menschenrechtensvergehen, Langenbeck-Virchow-Haus, Berlin. Germany, January 14th.

2016 Conference “Cooperation, conflict and globalization in Mexico-Germany relations. Beyond asymmetry?” presented at Georg-August-Universität Göttingen during the event “Deutsch-Mexikanischer Dualitätstag”, Göttingen, Germany, November 25th, 

2016 Conference “Legalize it? Mexiko, Lateinamerika und der Drogenkrieg”, Key note presented at Lateinamerika-Forum Berlin, Berlin, Germany, September 15th. 

2016 Conference “Legalize it? Mexiko, Lateinamerika und der Drogenkrieg”, Seminar presented at Welthaus Bielefeld, Bielefeld, Germany, September 14th.

2016 Conference “Wie funktioniert der Drogenmarkt in Mexiko und Zentralamerika?”, presented at the Institute for Latin American Studies (Freie Universität Berlin), during the event “Grenzerfahrungen – von Mexiko aus in die Welt”, Berlin, Germany, June 11th. 

2016 Conference “Militarisierung und Rüstungsdeals: Wie Deutschland vom Krieg in Mexiko profitiert“, presented at “39. Lateinamerika Woche in Nürnberg”, January 29th 2016, Nürnberg, Germany. 

2015 Conference “Drugs, Security and State”, presented at Die Grüne Jugend Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, October 10th, Rostock, Germany 

2015 Conference “Wie Deutschland vom Krieg in Mexiko profitiert: Militarisierung, Rüstungsdeal und Sicherheitsabkommen”, Keynote presented at Ökumenisches Büro für Frieden und Gerechtigkeiten e. V., München, Germany. July 3rd

2015 Conference “Menschenrechtslage in Mexiko”, presented at Ökohaus e. V. Rostock, Rostock, Germany, June 9th.

2015 Conference “Militarisierung und die deutsch-mexikanische Beziehung”, Seminar presented at Welthaus Bielefeld, Bielefeld, Germany. March 7th.

2014 Conference “Mexiko: Krise, Entwicklungen und die Beziehung zu Deutschland”, Seminar presented at Welthaus Bielefeld, Bielefeld, Germany, September 13th.


TEACHING 

Graduate Lecture Courses 

2019 & 2020 State, organized crime and drug trafficking in Latin America│ Programme for MSc/MPhil Latin American Studies, Oxford School of Global and Area Studies, University of Oxford. Hillary Term 2019. 

2019  Organized crime and drug trafficking in 21st century Latin America, Faculty of Political Science, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, Lublin, Poland (Winter Term)

2017-2019 Research Methods, Qualitative section │ Programme for MSc/MPhil, LAC Convenor, Oxford School of Global and Area Studies, St. Antony’s College, University of Oxford. Michaelmas Terms 2017, 2018 and 2019.

2016 Estado, narcotráfico, y drogas en México: siglos XX y XXI (State, drug trade and narcotics in Mexico: 20th and 21st century) │ Master programme of the Institute for Latin-American Studies, Freie Universität Berlin. Summer Term 2016. 

Undergraduate Lecture Courses 

2018-2020 Modern Mexico 1876-1994 │Further Subject, Faculty of History, University of Oxford. Hillary Term 2018, 2019 and 2020 

Undergraduate (Oxford) Tutorials 

2019  History 1914-1945 incl. Latin America │ Sarah Lawrence Programme Wadham College, University of Oxford. Trinity Term 2019 

2018 C19th and C20th Latin American History│Sarah Lawrence Programme, Wadham College, University of Oxford. Trinity Term 2018 


GRADUATE STUDENT SUPERVISION  

MPhil advisor:  

Samuel León (St. Peter’s, Oxford 2017-2018) 

Jack Pannell (St. Antony’s College, Oxford 2018-2019)

MSc advisor: 

Philippe Voigt (St. Antony’s College, Oxford 2017-2018)

Paulina Kiendys (St. Antony’s College, Oxford 2018-2019)

Moshe Ben Hamo Yeger (St. Antony’s College, Oxford 2018-2019)

Matthias Brickel (Exeter College, Oxford 2019-2020) 

Louisa Wagner (St. Antony’s College, Oxford 2019

Bachelor advisor:  

Isabella Rooney (History, St. Peter’s Oxford 2018-2019)

Margaret Miller (History, St. Anne’s, Oxford 2018-2019)

Benjamin Gale (Literature and History, Lincoln, Oxford 2018-2019)

Eleanor Thomas (History, University College, Oxford 2018-2019) 

George Lee (History, Oriel College, Oxford 2019-2020) 

Grace Morgan (History, St. Anne’s, Oxford, 2019-2020) 


GRADUATE EXAMINING

2019 Examiner, MSt in Women’s Studies, University of Oxford 

2018-2020 Latin American Centre Exam Board, University of Oxford  

2019-2020 Transfer of Status for DPhil Students, History Faculty & OSGA, Oxford

2018 Examiner, M.Phil. in Development Studies, University of Oxford 


CONFERENCES, SEMINARS AND ROUNDTABLES ORGANISED [SELECTION]

2020 Workshop The Comeback of the Latin American Armed Forces: Continuities, Changes, and Challenges to Democratic Security Governance, Institute for Latin American Studies, Freie Universität Berlin (with Marianne Braig and Markus Hochmüller), February 17th. 

2019  Workshop Global Populism: 50 Years after, St. Antony’s College, University of Oxford, co-hosted by the Latin American Centre and the African Studies Centre (OSGA), the Rothermere American Institute and the Middle East Centre, November 21st. (with Eduardo Posada Carbó)

2019 International Conference Nuevas Miradas sobre ilegalidad, violencia, impunidad y derechos humanos en México, El Colegio de México, October 7th and 8th (with Mónica Serrano, funded by Comisión Nacional de Derechos Humanos).

2019 International Conference Security and Criminality in the Americas, St. Antony’s College, University of Oxford, 3rd and 4th of June (with Carlos Solar; funded by the Latin American Centre and the Foreign Office)

2019  Session Organizer for the Workshop “The Civilizing Process in Latin America”, LASA, Boston, U.S, May 25th. 

2018-2019 Reading Group: Norbert Elias and the Civilizing Process, Latin American Centre, University of Oxford (co-convener with Eduardo Posada Carbó), Michaelmas & Trinity Term

2018  International conference Mexico’s second transition? Joint conference Nuffield College and Latin American Centre, University of Oxford (with Laurence Whitehead), 3 and 4thOctober.

2018 Seminar: A conversation with Professor Jeremy Adelman: “What is global history now?” (with Eduardo Posada Carbó), 30th October.

2016   Roundtable Podiumsdiskussion „Ayotzinapa, und dann? Was kommt jetzt?“, Freie Universität Berlin, 11thJune.

2015   International conference Después de Ayotzinapa: Estado, crimen organizado y Sociedad civil en México, Freie Universität Berlin & Heinrich Böll Stiftung (with Nina Lawrenz, Tanja Wälty), 19 and 20th February. 

2014 Conference „Gewaltsame Abhängigkeiten: Mexiko, Deutschland und der Waffenhandel“ (with Sabina Morales Rosas), Freie Universität Berlin, 28th March. 


SERVICE TO PROFESSION AND MEMBERSHIPS 

2020 Reviewer for CONACYT, Ciencia sin frontera programme. 

Since 2018 Co-Convenor Latin American History Seminar, University of Oxford

Since 2018  Representative of Humanities at the Oxford Research Staff Society, University of Oxford

Since 2017 Member of the Committee for Library Provision and Strategy in Latin American History and Social Sciences (LAHSSCLiPS)│ Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford 

Since 2017 Member of the Latin American Center Management Committee │ School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies, St. Antony’s College, University of Oxford

Since 2017 Member of the History Faculty’s Group IV Committee representing Global and Imperial History │ History Faculty, University of Oxford

Reviewer for Security Dialogue, Journal of Latin American Studies, Policing & Society, Journal of American Studies, Violence: An International Journal, Critical Reviews of Latin America Research, Mundo Amazónico, Anuario Latinoamericano, Foro Internacional 

Memberships Latin American Studies Association (since 2017), Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations (since 2019), Alcohol and Drugs History Society (since 2018). 


LANGUAGES

Spanish (native speaker); English (advanced); German (advanced)


REFERENCES 

References available upon request.