Graduate Students

Lucio Oliveira

Contact Information

Email    luciooliveira@ucla.edu
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Fields of Study

(1st) Race, Ethnicity and Politics / (2nd) Comparative Politics

Research

- Sports Mega-Events and Socio-Spatial Inequality in Rio de Janeiro 2000's - Soul Music and Political Resistance Under Brazilian Authoritarian Rule in Rio de Janeiro (1976-1979) - Living in the Racial Domain of Whites: Social Representation of Whiteness in Salvador,BA-Brazil

Grants and Awards

- UCLA Institute of American Cultures / Bunche Center for African American Studies Research Grant Award - Ford Foundation International Fellowship - UCLA Chancellor's Prize Fellowship - State of Bahia Research Foundation (FAPESB) Fellowship

Publications

- Oliveira, Lucio. 2008. Timidos ou Indisciplinados? (Either Shy or Unruly?), (Volume 7/10) 60 pgs. Center for Researching Support of Interdisciplinary Studies about Afro-Brazilians of University of Sao Paulo, SP. - Oliveira, Lucio. 2007. Expressoes de Vivencia da Dimensao Racial de Pessoas Brancas: Representacoes de Branquitude entre Individuos Brancos (Expressions Of Daily Life and The Racial Domain of Whites: Representations of Whiteness by White Individuals), 137 pgs. MA Thesis, Federal University Of Bahia, College Of Philosophy and Human Sciences, Department of Psychology. Salvador, BA - Consultant and Reviewer in Social Psychology for the manual Identificacao e Abordagem do Racismo Institucional (Identification and Approaches to Institutional Racism). 2007. Britannic Ministry; United Nations; AMMA Psique e Negritude, Sao Paulo, SP. -June 2012: Say it Loud! Black Music and Political Resistance Under Brazilian Authoritarian Rule in Rio de Janeiro - 57th Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials (SALALM). Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago. -May 2012: Soul Music and Political Resistance Under Brazilian Authoritarian Rule in Rio de Janeiro (1976-1979) - XXX International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA). San Francisco, California. -March 2012: The Black Admiral (O Mestre-Sala Dos Mares): Racial Issues In Popular Music During Brazilian Dictatorship - The 43rd Annual Meeting of The National Conference of Black Political Scientists (NCOBPS). Las Vegas, Nevada. - December 2011:Living in the Racial Domain of Whites: Social Representation of Whiteness in Salvador, Bahia-Brazil - 27th Annual African American Studies Symposium; Purdue University. West Lafayette, Indiana. Summer School: - June / July, 2012: 5th Annual Summer School on Black Europe: Interrogating Citizenship, Race and Ethnic Relations.Center of Study and Investigation for Global Dialogues (Barcelona) & International Institute for Research and Education (IIRE), Amsterdam, NL. == Guest Speaker: - Afro-Brazilian Racial and Gender Politics POSC 339-01 LACS 300-01, Spring 2012 Denison University (Dr. Gladys Mitchell-Walthour) - Doctoral Student: expected degree in 2015 - MA in Social Psychology - Federal University of Bahia (UFBA) - BA in Psychology - Federal University of Bahia (UFBA) #NAME? No No 1 1190 802995979 DAVID DEAN PALKKI David Palkki NULL NULL NULL dpalkki@yahoo.com NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL No NULL NULL Yes No 1 1190 603763578 STEPHEN J PALLEY Stephen Palley NULL spall@ucla.edu International relations, security studies, comparative politics, food security, international development BA Dartmouth College, History, 2003 (Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta, Kappa) MA U. Chicago, International Relations, 2007 (Honors) Prof. Marc Trachtenberg No No 1 1190 704293331 FRANCESCA PARENTE Francesca Parente NULL fparente@ucla.edu International Relations BA, University of Virginia, 2013 No No 1 1190 4137971 SHAWN THOMAS PATTERSON Shawn Patterson NULL shawnpattersonjr@gmail.com American Politics & Methodology No No 1 1190 903860752 Ajax Peris Ajax Peris Bunche 3244 323-381-8997 NULL ajaxperis@ucla.edu American Politics - Political Party Strategy, Civil Rights B.S. Astronautical Engineering, 1991, US Air Force Academy M.S. International Relations/International Affairs, 2001, Troy State University M.O.A Operations Analysis, 2006, Air Force Institute of Technology M.A. Political Science, 2013, University of California, Los Angeles No No 1 1190 203765758 LAUREN J PERITZ Lauren Peritz NULL ljp22@ucla.edu International organization, international political economy, methodology B.S. in Engineering Physics (2003) and M.A. in Government (2006), Cornell University No No 1 1190 303197295 ETIENNE POLIQUIN Etienne Poliquin Bunche 5265 NULL poliquin {at} ucla.edu Dissertation Year Fellowship, UCLA Graduate Division (2010-11) Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation (IGCC) Doctoral Fellowship (2008-09, deferred to 2009-10) Bradley Foundation Fellowship (2008-9) Graduate Research Mentorship, UCLA Graduate Division (2007-8) Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) Doctoral Fellowship (2005-07) Empirical Implications of Theoretical Models (EITM) Summer Institute Grant, National Science Foundation (2007) Graduate Summer Research Mentorship, UCLA Graduate Division (2007) International Relations, Formal Theory, Quantitative Methods International commitments, international law and institutions, diplomacy, strategic bargaining, alliances Does Form or Content Matter Most for Compliance? International Law, Nonbinding Agreements, and International Cooperation, Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Seattle, WA, September 1-4, 2011. Assessing the Unified Theory of Conflict: Bargaining Approaches to Civil and Interstate Wars, International Studies Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA, March 26-29, 2008. Signaling Foreign Policy Disagreement Among Allies, International Studies Association Annual Convention, San Diego, CA, March 22-25, 2006. B.A., York; M.Sc., London School of Economics; LL.M., Montreal; C.Phil, UCLA Committee members: Arthur A. Stein (chair), Jeffrey B. Lewis, Barry O'Neill, Kal Raustiala (Law), Marc Trachtenberg No No 1 1190 3165979 IRINA GENNADIEVNA PONOMARENKO Irina Ponomarenko NULL ponomar@ucla.edu International Relations No No 1 1190 402565453 BENJAMIN RADPARVAR Benjamin Radparvar NULL NULL NULL benrad@mac.com NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL No NULL NULL Yes No 1 1190 203323096 ANTONIO PEDRO RAMOS Antonio Ramos 310-745-2272 NULL tomramos@g.ucla.edu Comparative Politics and Political Methodology Dissertation: The Politics of Health and Health Inequality in The Developing World This project investigates the effect of democratization on the provision of health and on health inequality using new data, which include detailed individual records of 5.5 million births since 1970 from 52 developing countries that account for 80 \% of the premature death toll in the world. I find that democratization did reduce the child mortality gap between rich and poor in some of the poorest countries, but has no or little effect in middle-income countries. I also extend existing methods to measure inequities in health across the developing world Ph.D. Candidate, Political Science M.S. Statistics https://scholar.ucla.edu/antonio-ramos/ Barbara Geddes (Chair), Jeffrey Lewis , Michael Ross, Miriam Golden, Mark Handcock (Statistics), Rob Weiss (Biostatistics), Patrick Heuveline (Demography). No No 1 1190 403506820 ARIEL RATNER Ariel Ratner NULL NULL NULL amratner@gmail.com NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL No NULL NULL Yes No 1 1190 204134245 JOHN RANDALL RAY John Ray NULL NULL NULL j.logan.ray@gmail.com NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL No NULL NULL Yes No 1 1190 904355455 ROEY REICHERT Roey Reichert NULL NULL NULL roey.reichert@mail.huji.ac.il NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL No NULL NULL Yes No 1 1190 304007204 IAN CAMERON RICE Ian Rice NULL NULL NULL riceic@ucla.edu NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL No NULL NULL Yes No 1 1190 703262774 AMANDA THERESE RIZKALLAH CHOWN Amanda Rizkallah Chown NULL amanda.rizkallah@ucla.edu Comparative Politics (Middle East, post-conflict politics, political violence) and Quantitative Methods B.A. UCLA Political Science M.A. UCLA Political Science No No 1 1190 502883030 TYSON ROBERTS Tyson Roberts NULL tyson.roberts@ucla.edu Comparative Politics, International Political Economy No No 1 1190 303548038 GILDA M. RODRIGUEZ Gilda Rodriguez Bunche 3382 NULL gildar@ucla.edu Research Grant in Ethnic Studies, Chicano Studies Research Center, UCLA Institute of American Cultures, 2011-2012 Travel Grant, UCLA Center for the Study of Women, 2010 Summer Language Study Fellowship, UCLA Center for European and Eurasian Studies, 2009 Merlino-Mezzotero Award for Academic Achievement, Middlebury College, 2008 Summer Training Grant, UCLA Department of Political Science, 2008 Graduate Fellowship, UCLA Department of Political Science, 2007-2008 Mary Patterson McPherson Fellowship for Excellence and Outstanding Community Service, Bryn Mawr College, 2007 Hanna Holborn Gray Undergraduate Research Fellowship, Bryn Mawr College, 2006 Georgette Chapman Poindexter هص81 Scholarship for Foreign Study, Bryn Mawr College, 2005 Political Theory; Race, Ethnicity, and Politics Citizenship, Transnationalism, Political Subjectivity, Immigration, Indigenous Politics, Feminist Theory, Critical Race Theory Review of Katherine Brickell and Ayona Datta (eds.), Translocal Geographies: Spaces, Places, Connections in Population, Space and Place (forthcoming). Review of Paul Apostolidis, Breaks in the Chain: What Immigrant Workers Can Teach America About Democracy in Critical Planning 18 (Migrations), 2011. هزTranslocal Citizenship: The Political Subjectivity of Indigenous Mexican Migrants.هس Western Political Science Association Meeting. San Antonio, TX, April 22, 2011. هزFrom Misogyny to Murder: Everyday Sexism and Femicide in Cross-Cultural Context.هس Western Political Science Association Meeting. San Francisco, CA, April 2, 2010. هزLes Damnج©es de la Terre: Black Womanhood in the Theory and Fiction of W.E.B. Du Bois.هس Western Political Science Association Meeting. Vancouver, BC, Canada, March 21, 2009. هزThe Murdered Women of Juجءrez.هس Invited Speaker. Los Angeles Committee on Womenهصs Rights, Human Rights Watch. February 4, 2008. هزDisposable Lives, Ungrievable Deaths: The Murdered Women of Juجءrez.هس National Womenهصs Studies Association Conference. Cincinnati, OH, June 21, 2008. هزA New Politics of Grief: The Juجءrez Murders, Maquiladoras, and the Value of Women's Lives.هس Southeastern Womenهصs Studies Association Conference. Charlotte, NC, April 5, 2008. A.B., Feminist and Gender Studies and French, Bryn Mawr College, 2007 M.A, Political Science, UCLA, 2009 C.Phil., Political Science, UCLA, 2010 Joshua Dienstag (chair), Raymond Rocco, Kirstie McClure, Ali Behdad (English and Comparative Literature) No No 1 1190 892915 ANTON VLADIMIR RUSHAKOV Anton Rushakov NULL NULL NULL arouchtc@ucla.edu NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL No NULL NULL Yes No 1 1190 2680742 JOSHUA ADAM SAIDOFF Joshua Saidoff NULL NULL NULL jsaidoff@ucla.edu NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL No NULL NULL Yes No 1 1190 104355567 ANNA-ELISABETH EVA SCHEIDT Anna-Elisabeth Scheidt NULL NULL NULL aescheidt@ucla.edu NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL No NULL NULL Yes No 1 1190 700790452 SABRINA SERRANTINO Sabrina Serrantino NULL NULL NULL sabrinaserrantino@gmail.com NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL No NULL NULL Yes No 1 1190 304253493 THOMAS A. SHERRER Thomas Sherrer NULL tsherrer@ucla.edu American Politics and Methods Yes No 1 1190 203659215 J. ROBERT SHRODE J. Shrode NULL jrshrode@ucla.edu American Politics, Methods Campaigns, Advertising, and Public Opinion No No 1 1190 603659223 ALTHEA (THEA) RANI SIRCAR Althea (Thea) Sircar NULL sircar [at] ucla [dot] edu Summer Language Training Stipend, Center for European and Eurasian Studies, UCLA, 2013, 2011; UCLA Graduate Research Mentorship, 2009-2010; UCLA Chancellor's Prize, 2008-2009. Political Theory; Race, Ethnicity, and Politics APT 2014 (accepted), 2013; WPSA 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010; ACLA 2013, 2009. A.B. Political Science [Comparative Politics and International Relations] - Duke University 2005; M.A. Asian Studies [South Asia] - Cornell University 2007; M.A. Political Science - UCLA 2011; C.Phil Political Science - UCLA 2013. Joshua Foa Dienstag, committee chair Giulia Sissa Andrew Sabl John McCumber (UCLA Germanic Languages) No No 1 1190 3356714 FLORENCE SO Florence So NULL florenceso@ucla.edu Formal Theory, Comparative Politics party politics, Western Europe Yes No 1 1190 104355690 ANTON SOBOLEV Anton Sobolev NULL NULL NULL asobolev@ucla.edu NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL No NULL NULL Yes No 1 1190 704272041 Luke Sonnet Luke Sonnet NULL luke[dot]sonnet[at]gmail[dot]com Comparative Politics, Institutions, Parties, Elections https://www.dropbox.com/s/u4bgi2ttei1mrm5/sonnet_cv_newest.pdf I'm interested in party emergence and formation, paths to power, elections and representation, and much more! BS in Economics, Political Science, and History from University of Pittsburgh No No 1 1190 603294577 Matthew J Spence Matthew Spence 3273 Bunche Hall NULL mspence {at} ucla Comparative Politics, International Relations Comparative Political Economy, Distributive Politics, The Political Determinants of the Provision of Local Public Goods, International Political Economy, Globalization APSA 2006 WPSA 2007 MPSA 2008 B.A. (2004) University of California, Berkeley -- Political Science and Economics M.A. (2007) University of California, Los Angeles -- Political Science http://www.mattspence.com No No 1 1190 503881643 EOGHAN STAFFORD Eoghan Stafford NULL eoghan.stafford@gmail.com Comparative Politics, Formal Theory & Quantitative Methods authoritarian politics, protest, censorship, social preferences & collective action Barbara Geddes No No 1 1190 603876783 WILLIAM SAMUEL STAHL William Stahl NULL NULL NULL willstahl@ucla.edu NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL No NULL NULL Yes No 1 1190 803438508 BRADFORD IAN STAPLETON Bradford Stapleton NULL bstapes@oddpost.com International Relations: Transatlantic Security, Alliance Politics Yes No 1 1190 204007327 JESSICA LYNN STEWART Jessica Stewart NULL NULL NULL stewart.jessica@mayo.edu NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL No NULL NULL Yes No 1 1190 403536695 KARL NOBERT STRIEPE Karl Striepe NULL NULL NULL kstriepe@ucla.edu NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL No NULL NULL Yes No 1 1190 302591810 CHRISTOPHER TARMAN Christopher Tarman NULL ctarman@ucla.edu American Politics & Quantitative Methods (Public Opinion, Voting Behavior, Racial & Ethnic Politics) Tarman, C. & D.O. Sears. (2005). The Conceptualization and Measurement of Symbolic Racism. Journal of Politics, 67, pp. 731-761. M.A. Political Science, University of Delaware 1998; B.A. Political Science, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo 1993. No No 1 1190 303541522 Liza TAYLOR Liza Taylor NULL lizataylor@ucla.edu Political Theory; Gender; Race, Ethnicity & Politics My research focuses on the intersection of contemporary political theory and poststructuralist feminist theory, including engagements with postcolonial theory, critical race theory, multiculturalism and gender epistemology. BA Philosophy/Political Science, Union College 2003; MSc Political Theory, LSE 2004; MSc Gender, LSE 2005 No No 1 1190 403725974 ADRIA VEE TINNIN Adria Tinnin NULL NULL NULL adriavtinnin@ucla.edu NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL No NULL NULL Yes No 1 1190 902797342 PINAR KIZIR TREMBLAY Pinar Tremblay 4268 Bunche Hall NULL pkizir@ucla.edu International Relations, Quantitative Methods Islam and foreign policy in Turkey Steven L. Spiegel No No 1 1190 104010194 CODY TROJAN Cody Trojan Kerckhoff Hall Room 316 308 Westwood Plaza Los Angeles CA 90024 310-206-8512 NULL codytrojan@ucla.edu Theta Chi Educator Appreciation Award, 2012 UCLA Fellowship for Doctoral Studies (2011-2012) Political Theory; Race, Ethnicity, Politics; American Politics Contemporary Political Theory, History of Political Thought, American Political Development The Recognitive Subject: Deleuze, Kant, and the Political. Western Political Science Association. Hollywood, CA. April, 2013 A Foreclosure Crisis or a Crisis of Homeownership? Symbolic Capital and the Reproduction of Racial Privilege.Aه‌ Paper presented at the Bourdieu Symposium: Symbolic Power and Urban Inequality, commissioned by Loic Wacquant and Michael Savage. University of York. York, United Kingdom, June 2012 The Crisis of Homeownership: Whiteness, Cultural Capital, and Symbolic Investments.ه‌ Western Political Science Association. Portland, OR. March, 2012 http://gsa.asucla.ucla.edu/organization/cabinet/officers/vice-president-academic-affairs Ph.D. No No 1 1190 3579012 Beltran Undurraga Beltran Undurraga NULL bundurraga@ucla.edu Political Theory MA Political Science, 2009 - UCLA BA Sociology, 2005; BA Philosophy, 2007 - Universidad Catolica de Chile No No 1 1190 204355878 Joseph Van Horn Joseph Van Horn NULL joseph.vanhorn@gmail.com Political Economy Ron Rogowski No No 1 1190 104144080 Clint vanSonnenberg Clint Vansonnenberg NULL vanc12@ucla.edu Graduate Summer Research Mentorship, 2013. Foreign Language & Area Studies (FLAS), 2013. Comparative Politics, Quantitative Methods, IR, Political Theory, Latin America Human rights, transitional justice, international courts, international and comparative law, comparative constitutionalism, Latin America, refugee migration, combining methods (statistics, ethnography & theory) to improve human rights measures. MSc Social Anthropology, London School of Economics; B.A. Government, University of Virginia. Prof. Barbara Geddes No No 1 1190 604020906 MAURICIO VELASQUEZ Mauricio Velasquez NULL mvel[at]ucla[dot]edu No No 1 1190 403882073 DAN VESE Dan Vese NULL NULL NULL dvese@ucla.edu NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL No NULL NULL Yes No 1 1190 904007404 Andrea Vilan Andrea Vilan Bunche Hall 3382 NULL avilan@ucla.edu International Relations and Methods No No 1 1190 203882074 KATHRYN TANYA WAINFAN Kathryn Wainfan NULL kwainfan@ucla.edu Comparative Politics and Methods BA, Political Science, University of Michigan 2010; MSc, International Relations, London School of Economics, 2011 No No 1 1190 303209533 CHRISTOPHER WALKER-KRISMAN Christopher Walker-Krisman NULL NULL NULL wlkrkrsm@ucla.edu NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL No NULL NULL Yes No 1 1190 4144108 QIAN WANG Qian Wang NULL qian@ucla.edu Comparative Politics, Method and Authoritarian Regime MPhil, HKUST No No 1 1190 503450691 LAURA ANN WEINSTEIN Laura Weinstein NULL lweinst{at}ucla.edu Comparative Politics (African Politics) Democracy,Institutions, Political Economy of Development, Agriculture No No 1 1190 603921827 RYAN WELDZIUS Ryan Weldzius 5267 NULL rweldzius@ucla.edu UCLA, Graduate Summer Research Mentorship, 2013 UCLA, Center for European and Eurasian Studies Summer Language Study Grant, 2013 UCLA, Political Science Departmental Fellowship, 2012-2013 New York University, Alexander Hamilton Center for Political Economy, Master's Certificate in Public Policy Analysis, 2010 International Political Economy and Methods International Trade, Economic Geography, Inequality Berlin Colloquium for Economic History (2011). Topic: Land Reform and Divergence in Economic Growth: Evidence from India. Alexander Hamilton Center Graduate Student Conference at New York University (2011). Topic: Land Reform and Divergence in Economic Growth: Evidence from India. Alexander Hamilton Center Graduate Student Conference at New York University (2010). Topic: Property Rights, Inequality, and Economic Growth: Why South Korea Burgeoned and the Philippines Stagnated. B.A., Political Science, DePaul University, 2007; M.A., Politics, New York University, 2010; M.Sc., Economics and Management, Humboldt-Universitaet zu Berlin, 2012 Ron Rogowski No No 1 1190 603581757 MEGAN ANNE WEST Megan West NULL mwest11@g.ucla.edu International Relations B.A. Political Science, UCLA, 2011 No No 1 1190 3615802 ZACHARY CHANCE GILL WILLIAMS Zachary Williams Bunche 3372 NULL zchancew@ucla.edu Political Theory, REP Field Paper #1: Hobbesian Obligation Rematerialized Field Paper #2: Force and Understanding CPSA 2009 - The Violent Limits of Discourse Ethics B.A., Politics, Philosophy, and Global Economics, University of California Santa Cruz 2008 No No 1 1190 104138343 LUCY WILLIAMS Lucy Williams NULL lxwilliams@ucla.edu Political Theory; Race, Ethnicity, and Politics B.S., Political Science, University of Utah Yes No 1 1190 304308853 WILLIAM MORGAN WRIGHT William Wright NULL NULL NULL willwright@ucla.edu NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL No NULL NULL Yes No 1 1190 703468464 YUKI YANAI Yuki Yanai NULL yanai{at}ucla.edu Waseda University Grant for Special Research Projects (2011) Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (2010-11) Waseda University Grant for Special Research Projects (2010) George and Sakaye Aratani Fellowship (2009) IRLE Research Grant (2009) Ishizaka Foundation Scholarship [Grant] (2006-2008) Comparative Politics, Political Economy, Quantitative Methods C.Phil. Political Science, University of California, Los Angeles, 2009; M.A. Political Science, University of California, Los Angeles, 2008; B.A. Political Science, Waseda University, 2005. No No 1 1190 104356086 FENG YANG Feng Yang 310-307-9903 NULL soyang@ucla.edu Comparative Politics & Methods Forthcoming, Overseas Students, Returnees and the Diffusion of International Norms into Post-Mao China (with David Zweig), International Studies Review. M.Phil., HKUST http://soyang.weebly.com/ No No 1 1190 2516389 PATRICIA RAQUEL ZAMORA Patricia Zamora NULL NULL NULL raquelz@netzero.net NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL No NULL NULL Yes No 1 1190 604356201 BANG QUAN ZHENG Bang Zheng NULL Public opinion, racial politics, survey research and statistical modeling A.M. University of Chicago Yes No