Carlos de la Torre

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Education: 
Ph.D. Sociology, New School for Social Research 1993 M.A. Sociology, New School for Social Research, 1987
Research: 

 

 

Books

Populism of the Twenty First Century. Co-edited with Cynthia Arnson. Baltimore and Washington: the Johns Hopkins University Press and the Woodrow Wilson Center Press (2013).

Populist Seduction in Latin America. Athens: Ohio University Press, second edition 2010.

The Ecuador Reader: History, Culture, Politics, co-edited with Steve Striffler, Duke University Press, 2008

El Retorno del Pueblo, co-edited with Enrique Peruzzotti, Quito: FLACSO, 2008.

Selected Journal articles

“El Tecnopopulismo de Rafael Correa. ¿Es compatible el carisma con la tecnocracia?” Latin American Research Review 48 (1) Spring 2013, pp. 24-43

“Technocratic Populism in Ecuador”. Journal of Democracy Vol. 24 (3), 2013: 33-47.

Carmen Martínez and Carlos de la Torre, “Racial Discrimination and Citizenship inEcuador´s Educational System”. Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies Vol. 5:1, 2010, pp. 1-26

Carlos de la Torre and Catherine Conaghan, “The Hybrid Campaign: Tradition andModernity in Ecuador’s 2006 Presidential Election”. International Journal of Press and Politics, Vol. 14 (3) 2009, pp. 335-352.“¿Por qué los populismos latinoamericanos se niegan a desaparecer?” Estudios Interdisciplinarios de América Latina y el Caribe Vol 19 No 2  Tel Aviv,  2008 pp. 7-29.

Catherine Conaghan and Carlos de la Torre, “The permanent campaign of Rafael Correa Making Ecuador’s Plebiscitary Presidency.” International Journal of Press and Politics Vol. 13 N3, 2008, pp 267-284.

Selected Publications: 

2010. Populist Seduction in Latin America. Athens: Ohio University Press, second edition 2010.

 2009. “Racial Discrimination and Citizenship in Ecuador’s Educational System”. Latin American and

                Caribbean Ethnic Studies. 5(1):1-26

2009. “The Hybrid Campaign: Tradition and Modernity in Ecuador’s 2006 Presidential Election”.

                International Journal of Press and Politics. 14(3): 335-352

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