Latin America, Brazil, Nationalism, Development, Diplomacy
Andre Pagliarini is a non-resident fellow at the Quincy Institute, an assistant professor of history at Hampden-Sydney College in central Virginia, and a fellow at the Washington Brazil Office. He has written widely on Latin America for academic and general audiences in publications like the New York Times, The Guardian, New Republic, and Jacobin in the United States and Folha de São Paulo and Piauí in Brazil. He is also a monthly columnist at the Brazilian Report, an award-winning online news organization supported, among other partners, by the Wilson Center’s Brazil Institute, and a Latin America research analyst at London Politica, a non-profit political risk advisory that works with NGOs and social movements. His research focuses on the Cold War in Latin America, specifically the contested politics of nationalism, development, and citizenship. He is currently working on three book projects, the first based on his doctoral dissertation, which won the Latin American and Caribbean Studies Dissertation Prize at Brown University in 2018. The second is a survey of mass politics across post-independence Latin America (under contract with Routledge). The third is a study of the intertwined histories of President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva and modern Brazil for Polity Press.