Natalia Bracarense will present, "Bolivia's Institutional Transformation: Contact Zones, Social Movements and the Emergence of Ethnic-Class Consciousness."
Bracarense is a professor of economics at the North Central College in Illinois. Her research interests include history of economic thought, economic methodology and theory, development economics, and history of U.S.-Latin American relations. In recent years she has published articles in collection of essays in the history of economic thought and in economic methodology. Bracarense also has publications in the Review of Political Economy, Journal of Economic Issues and Review of Radical Political Economy.
She has earned several grants and awards, of which the most recent include a Fellowship at Duke University (2016). Other awards include a Center for the History of Political Economy at Duke University Summer Institute Participant Award (2014), History of Economics Society’s Warren J. and Sylvia J. Samuels Young Scholar Program Travel Grant (2014 and 2015) and European Society for the History of Economic Thought Travel Grant (2013).
December 5th, 2017
4:00pm - 6:00pm
The New School
6 East 16th Street, Room 1009
The event is part of the Fall 2017 Seminar Series hosted by SCEPA and The New School Economics Department.