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  Ana Marghertis



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EDUCATION
Ph.D., Political Science, University of Toronto, Canada, 1997.
M.A., International Relations, Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1991.
Licenciatura, Political Science, Universidad Católica de La Plata (UCALP), Buenos Aires Province, Argentina, 1985.

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science and Center for Latin American Studies, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA, 2003 to present.
Visiting Researcher and Professor, Tulane University, Department of Political Science, New Orleans, LA, USA, 2002-2003.
Neil A. Allen Visiting Chair of Latin American Studies, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, Boston, MA, USA, 2000-2002.
Researcher, Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas de la Argentina (National Council of Scientific and Technological Research, CONICET), Carreer of Scientific and Technologic Researchers, 1999-2000.
Professor and Researcher, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Department of Political Science, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1995-2000.
Associate Professor, Instituto Torcuato Di Tella, M.A. Program in Economics and Public Policies, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1998-2000.
Associate Professor, FLACSO, M.A. Program in International Relations, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1994-1995.

HONORS, AWARDS, AND GRANTS
Humanities Scholarship Enhancement Fund, UF College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, 2011. US$ 7,492.
Faculty Research Award, UF Center for Latin American Studies, 2011. US$ 6270.
Ford Foundation Preparatory Project Grant (with Adrián Félix), UF Center for Latin American Studies, 2011. US$ 2,500. Course Enhancement Award, UF Center for Latin American Studies, 2011. US$ 1,500.
Faculty Enhancement Opportunity Award, UF Office of the Provost, 2010. US$ 12,691.
Rothman Summer Fellowship, UF Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere, 2010. US$ 3,000.
Interdisciplinary Working Group Grant (with Carrion-Flores, C., Coady, M., Lauzardo, M., Vasquez, M., and Zsembik, B.), UF Center for Latin American Studies, 2009-2011. US$ 4,000.
Faculty Honoree, Student-Recognized Outstanding Professor by student award winners, UF College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Fall Academic Convocation 2009.
New Course Development Awards, UF Center for Latin American Studies, Spring 2009, and UF Center for European Studies, Summer 2005. US$ 2,500 and US$ 4,000, respectively.
Andrew W. Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellowship on Latin American Economic Reform, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, 2002-2003. US$ 35,000.
Fulbright Commission Fellowship, Visiting Scholars Program, Columbia University and University of California at San Diego, 2000. US$ 9,000.
Research Grant, Agencia Nacional de Promoción Científica y Tecnológica of Argentina (with Juan Carlos Torre et al.), 1998-2000, Arg$ 50,000.
Research Grant, United Nations Development Program (with José M. Ghio et al.), 1998-1999, Arg$ 38,000.
Academic Exchange Fellowship, UTDT/IUPERJ (Argentina and Brazil), (with José M. Ghio et al.), Fundación Antorchas, Buenos Aires, 1999. Arg$ 10,000.
Post-Doctoral Fellowship, CONICET (National Council of Scientific and Technological Research of Argentina), Buenos Aires, 1996-1997.
Open Doctoral Fellowship, University of Toronto, Canada, 1994-1996. Can$ 10,500/year.
Connaught Scholarship to Outstanding Academic Achievements, University of Toronto, Canada, 1991-1994. Can$ 11,000/year.
Travel Grants from: UF Center for Latin American Studies, Spring 2012; UF Center for European Studies, Summer 2011, 2010, 2004; International Studies Association, September 2009, October 2005; Southern Political Science Association, November 2008; International Political Science Association, August 2000; R.T. Stone Center for Latin American Studies, Tulane University, December 2002; Latin American Studies Association, September 1998.

PUBLICATIONS
BOOKS:
Argentine Foreign Policy: Domestic Politics and Democracy Promotion in the Americas. Boulder, CO, FirstForum Press/Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2010, 145 pp. Sole author.
Latin American Democracies in the New Global Economy, Coral Gables, Fla, North-South Center Press/Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2003, 290 pp. Editor.
Ajuste y reforma en Argentina (1989-1995). La economía política de las privatizaciones (Adjustment and Reform in Argentina (1989-1995) The Political Economy of Privatizations), Buenos Aires, Grupo Editor Latinoamericano, 1999, 358 pp. Sole author.
Relaciones económicas externas de la Argentina, 1943-1989 (Foreign Economic Relations of Argentina, 1943-1989), Volume XI of Historia General de las Relaciones Exteriores de la República Argentina, 1806-1989 (General History of Foreign Relations of the Argentine Republic, 1806-1989), with Andrés Cisneros, Carlos Escudé (directors) et al., Buenos Aires, CARI/Grupo Editor Latinoamericano, 1998, 328 pp. Sole author of Volume XI, within a series of fifteen volumes.
Malvinas: los motivos económicos de un conflicto (Malvinas/Falklands: The Economic Motivations of a Conflict), (with Laura Tedesco), Buenos Aires, Centro Editor de América Latina, 1991, 146 pp. Equal co-authors.

REFEREED ARTICLES:
“Politics and Policy in Contemporary Argentina,” Oxford Bibliographies Online: Political Science Module. Ed. Rick Valelly. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013, January, forthcoming.
“Piecemeal Regional Integration in the Post-Neoliberal Era: Negotiating Migration Policies within MERCOSUR,” Review of International Political Economy, 2012, May, DOI 10.1080/09692290.2012.678762.
“Todos somos migrantes (We are all migrants). The Paradoxes of Innovative State-Led Transnationalism in Ecuador,” International Political Sociology, Vol. 5, No. 2, June 2011, pp. 198-217.
“The Neoliberal Turn in Latin America: The Cycle of Ideas and the Search for an Alternative,” (with Anthony W. Pereira), Latin American Perspectives, Issue 154, Vol. 34, No. 3, May 2007, pp. 25-48. Equal co-authors.
“State-led Transnationalism and Migration. Reaching out to the Argentine Community in Spain,” Global Networks. A Journal of Transnational Affairs, 7 (1), January 2007, pp. 87-106.
“Regional Integration and (Hauled) Migration Policy. What Does the European Experience Teach Us?” (with Martín Maldonado), Journal of European Public Policy, 14 (1), January 2007, pp. 155-169. Lead author.
“Why Do Presidents Fail? Political Leadership and the Argentine Crisis, 1999-2001,” (with Mariana Llanos), Studies in Comparative International Development, Vol. 40, # 4, Winter 2006, pp. 77-103. Equal co-authors.
“A América Latina e o fim do «Consenso de Washington»” (Latin America and the End of the Washington Consensus), (with Anthony W. Pereira), Relações Internacionais, Nº 4, IPRI, Lisboa, Portugal, Dezembro, 2004, pp. 89-101. Equal co-authors.
“Policy Innovation and Leaders’ Perceptions. Building a Reformist Consensus in Argentina,” Journal of Latin American Studies, ILAS, London, UK, Vol. 34, # 4, November 2002, pp. 881-914.
“Liderazgo presidencial y dinámica institucional durante la primera administración de Menem. El caso de las privatizaciones” (Presidential Leadership and Institutional Dynamics during Menem’s First Term. The Case of Privatizations), (with Mariana Llanos), Política y Gobierno, CIDE, Mexico, D.F., Mexico, Vol. VI, # 2, 1999, pp. 441-475. Equal co-authors.
"Économie politique des privatisations en Argentine" (The Political Economy of Privatizations in Argentina), Problèmes d'Amérique latine, # 29, Paris, France, Avril-Juin 1998, pp. 99-123.
"Inversiones extranjeras recientes en América Latina. El caso británico" (Recent Foreign Direct Investment in Latin America), Realidad Económica, Nº 100, Buenos Aires, 1991, pp. 39-59.

SERVICE AT UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
Coordinator, Political Science Specialization, MA in Latin American Studies Program, 2003-present.
Center-based faculty, Center for Latin American Studies, 2003-present.
Affiliate faculty, Center for European Studies, 2005-present.
International Relations Field Chair, Department of Political Science, 2011-2012.
Member, Faculty Advisory Council, Center for Latin American Studies, 2010-2012.
Member, Merit Committee, Center for Latin American Studies, 2010-2011.
Member, MA Program Admissions and Financial Aid Committees, Center for Latin American Studies, 2011, 2008.
Lead Member, Immigrant Political Integration Working Group, Center for Latin American Studies, Spring 2011.
Member, Best Undergraduate Paper Award Committee, Department of Political Science, Spring 2011.
Lead Member, Interdisciplinary Working Group on Transnational Migration, Center for Latin American Studies, 2009-2011.
Member, interdisciplinary team UF Center for Latin American Studies/CPDOC (Centro de Pesquisa e Documentação de História Contemporânea do Brasil), Getulio Vargas Foundation, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Fall 2010.
Member, Search Committee, Latino Studies Post-doctoral Position, Center for Latin American Studies 2009-2010.
Member, Best Graduate Paper Award Committee, Department of Political Science, Spring 2010.
Member, Summer Research Grant Committee, Center for Latin American Studies, 2010.
Overseer, Department of Political Science Library, 2010-present.
Member, Search Committee, International Relations Position, Department of Political Science, 2008-2009.
Smathers Library Liaison, Department of Political Science, 2008-present.
Member, Business Symposium and Career Workshop Planning Committee, Latin American Business Environment Program, Center for Latin American Studies, 2008.
Member, Nominating Committee, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, 2006-2008.
Organizer, Program development activities in Argentina, Uruguay, and Chile, Center for Latin American Studies, 2008-2009, 2005-2006.
Advisor, McNair Scholars, Program, 2007-2009; Interdisciplinary (International Studies) Program, 2007-2008, 2010-2012; University Scholars Program, 2007-2008; various Honor Theses, 2006-2007, 2009-2010.
Judge, Woman Leader of the Year Award Program, Women’s Leadership Council, 2007.
Mentor, Minority Mentoring Program, Multicultural and Diversity Affairs, 2006-2007.
Member, Latin American Linkage Committee, Center for Latin American Studies, 2006-2007.
Undergraduate Advisor, Department of Political Science, 2004-2005.
Mentor, Women Mentoring Women Program, Women’s Student Association, 2004-2005.
Member, Selection Committee, Interdisciplinary Field Research Grants, Center for Latin American Studies, 2004.
Judge, Field Research Clinic, Poster Exhibit & Competition, Center for Latin American Studies, 2004.
Scribe, Faculty meetings, Department of Political Science, 2003-2004.
Marshall, Commencement Ceremony, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, 2010, 2003.

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