covid-am or covid-19 in the americas


"Under promise and over deliver": how Joe Biden uses the pandemic to transform the United States

 

by François-Michel Le Tourneau, Deputy Director of iGLOBES and Senior Researcher at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS)

In the United States, the health crisis is intensifying the housing crisis (and vice versa)

 

by Florence Nussbaum, PhD in geography and Teaching Assistant at ENS de Lyon (UMR 5600 Environnement Ville Société). Her research is focused on housing and real estate markets in US cities.

Renewal of welfare programs? A look at the Biden administration's stimulus plan

 

by Tamara Boussac, PhD in American History and member of the Mondes Américains (UMR 8168), Teaching Assistant at the Université Paris I-Panthéon Sorbonne.

The CoronAmazon observatory: monitoring the social impact of Covid-19 in the Brazilian Amazon

 

by Elise Capredon, Anthropologist, Teaching Assistant at the Université Lumière Lyon 2 in the Laboratoire d’Anthropologie des Mondes contemporains (LADEC FRE 2002), member of Mondes Américains (UMR 8168)

 

 

by Emilie Stoll, Anthropologist, CNRS Research Fellow at the Laboratoire Caribéen en Sciences Sociales (LC2S UMR 8053)

Cuba: using Covid-19 as a pretext for authoritarian governance?

 

by Johanna Cilano, political specialist and historian, Director of Gobierno & Análisis Político AC. She specializes in the research, management and defense of civil societies.

The pandemic and US-Mexico border towns

 

by Cléa Fortuné, doctoral student in American Studies at the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle and member of the Center for Research on the English-speaking World (CREW EA 4399). She's a Teaching Assistant at the Université Grenoble Alpes in the Foreign Language Department (LEA). 

When the United States Supreme Court pantheonizes the free exercise clause during the pandemic

 

by Blandine Chelini-Pont, Professor of Contemporary History at the Université d'Aix-Marseille, member of LID2MS (Aix-Marseille) and associated with GSRL-EPHE-Université PSL. Her research focuses on religion, politics and the law in the United States.

An epidemic of inequalities and violence in Central America

 

by Delphine Prunier, Geographer, Researcher and Professor at the Instituto de Investigaciones Sociales de la UNAM (Mexico). She is a specialist in mobilities and rural dynamics in Central America.

Pandemic and border tensions between Peru and Ecuador

 

by François Bignon, Ph.D in history (Université de Rennes – Arènes UMR 6051) and Adjunct Faculty at the Université de Rennes 2. He was the coordinator of the Andes office of the Institut des Amériques in Lima from 2014 to 2017. 

 

Carnival and Covid in New Orleans: a lost year?

 

by Aurélie Godet, Associate Professor in American Studies at the Université de Paris. She is currently working on the history of New Orleans through the prism of festivities.

 

 

 

What Tocqueville did not tell you about U.S. democracy: mobs, populism and Republican tradition

 

by Marie-Jeanne Rossignol, Vice-President of the Institut des Amériques, professor in North American studies at the University of Paris. She is a specialist in anti-slavery in the United States before the Civil War.

 

Drill, baby, drill: in Arizona, is Covid-19 being used to push through a mining project?

 

by Anne-Lise Boyer, Research Engineer at the Environment City Society lab (UMR 5600 EVS). Her research focuses on the management of water resources in oasis-cities of Arizona. She holds a PhD in Geography.

 

by Claude Le Gouill, Associate Researcher at the Centre Recherche et de Documentation des Amériques (CREDA UMR 7227). He works in Bolivia and mining activities in the Andes and Arizona.

The cultural and public health impact of covid-19 on Sioux reservations in South Dakota

 

by Claire Anchordoqui, doctoral student in American Studies at the Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès (CAS, EA 801), winner of the 2020-2021 Institut des Amériques-Fulbright award.

 Vaccine cacophony in the Americas

 

by François-Michel Le Tourneau, Deputy Director of iGLOBES and Senior Researcher at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS)

To open or not open schools: France and the US on opposite sides of the issue

 

by James Francis, Dean of Students at the Sonoran Science Academy in Tucson , Arizona. He holds a PhD in Transformative Leadership in Education.

 

 

 

 

by David Blanchon, Professor in geography at Université de Paris Nanterre and researcher at iGLOBES at the University of Arizona. 

The new American dream: a program to save the arts?

 

by Emeline Jouve, Associate Professor at the INU Champollion and the Université Toulouse-Jean Jaurès. Her research is focused on American theater.

 

Covid-19 and disparities in Latin America: back to square one?

 

by Vera Chiodi, Associate Professor at the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle (Institut des Hautes Études de l’Amérique latine) and member of the Centre de Recherche et de Documentation des Amériques (CREDA UMR 7227), currently under CNRS agreement.

Covid-19: China 1, America 0?

 

by Frédéric Keck, CNRS Senior Researcher, member of the Laboratoire d’anthropologie sociale. He recently published a book Les sentinelles des pandémies. Chasseurs de virus et observateurs d’oiseaux aux frontières de la Chine (Zones sensibles, 2020).

The Amazon, a history with no protective measures

 

by Stéphen Rostain, archaeologist and CNRS Senior Researcher at the laboratory "Archéologie des Amériques" in Paris. He has been working in the Amazon for 35 years, especially in Guiana and Ecuador, where he has organized several interdisciplinary and international projects, in particular using a historical environmental approach.

Still affordable? Obama Care during Covid-19

 

by Marie Assaf, Doctoral student in Political Science at the Centre d'Études Nord Américaines (CENA), EHESS and winner of the 2020-2021 Institut des Amériques-Fulbright award. 

Bolivia. Living a lockdown in Norte-Potosí

 

by Laurence Charlier Zeineddine, Associate Professor in anthropology at the Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès (LISST). She is a specialist in Bolivia and the Andes.

Digital response to the pandemic and the demise of an indigenous language: a Pesh on-line course in Honduras

by Claudine Chamoreau, linguist and CNRS Senior Researcher at the SeDyL Laboratory (Structure and Dynamics of Languages). Currently the Deputy Director of CEMCA, managing its office in Central America in Guatemala.

Peru and Covid-19: from a crisis that legitimizes the country's leader to one that builds the nation

 

by Alexis Sierra, geographer and Professor at CY Cergy Paris University, treasurer at the Institut des Amériques 

The Presidential election and Covid-19: the pandemic is the question

 

by Michael Stricof, Professor in American Studies at LERMA, Aix-Marseille Université, and former coordinator of the Institut des Amériques' Washington DC office.

An election during the pandemic

 

by Caroline Frederickson, Law Professor at Georgetown University Law Center, Fellow at Brennan Center, member of the American Law Institute and former President of the American Constitution Society.

Covid 19, care and contemporary Chicana literature: consider vulnerability to make sense out of the health crisis

 

by Méliné Kasparian-Le Fèvre, doctoral student in American Literature at the Université Bordeaux Montaigne, at CLIMAS Laboratory.

From Ku Klux Klan headquarters to sanctuary for the Black middle class: DeKalb County and the issue of confederate monuments

 

by Nicolas Raulin, doctoral student at EHESS at the Centre d’Études Nords-Américaine (CENA) and teaching assistant at the Department of Sociology at the Université de Nantes since Fall 2020.

Discourse, experiences and resistance of traditional populations and people living in city outskirts on the dystopic world of covid-19 in Brazil

 

by Matula Laboratory, a group of researchers in Anthropology. Its objective is to understand how peripheral areas apprehend sickness. 

With Covid-19, the president drops the jacket. Or how Trump does not believe in photography either

 

by Didier Aubert, Professor in American Studies at the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle, member of UMR THALIM, and Fellow at the Center for the Study of Material and Visual Cultures of Religion - MAVCOR, Yale University).

Covid-19 in the Americas: 13% of the world's population, 52% deaths

 

by François-Michel Le Tourneau, Deputy Director of iGLOBES and Senior Researcher at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS)

The census in the United States: the poor tallies of the pandemic

 

by François-Michel Le Tourneau, Deputy Director of iGLOBES and Senior Researcher at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS)

Virtual peace, confined war? Covid-19 and violence in Colombia

 

by Laetitia Braconnier Moreno, doctoral student at the University Paris Nanterre and the National University of Colombia, coordinator of the Andean center (Bogota) of the Institut des Amériques.

 

 

 

by John Edison Sabogal, anthropologist and psychologist at the Universidad National de Colombia. He is working with the Missing Persons Unit (UBPD) in Colombia.

 Conspiracy theories and Covid-19 in Donald Trump's America

 

by Elisa Chelle, Professor in Political Science at the University of Montreal (CERIUM, CPDS, CRC Participation et citoyenneté, ERIGAL), Coordinator of the Chair CERI-CERIUM affiliated with CEMCA.

Covid-19 pandemic in Guatemala: government shorfall and civic response

 

by Garance Robert, PhD student in Political Science at the University of Montreal (CERIUM, CPDS, CRC Participation et citoyenneté, ERIGAL), Coordinator of the Chair CERI-CERIUM affiliated with CEMCA.

Pandemic and "make die" in Brazilian metropolises

 

by César Simoni Santos, Professor at the Department of Geography of the Universidade de São Paulo (USP), Laboratório de Geografia Urbana (Labur) and member of the group Urban Theories Studies of the Institute for Advanced Studies (IEA-USP). 

The devastating effects of European epidemics in Mexico

 

by Felipe Castro Gutiérrez, historian at the Instituto de Investigaciones Históricas (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México) 

 

and by Guillaume Gaudin, Professor in history at the Université Toulouse Jean-Jaurès (Framespa, UMR 5136) and representative of the Southwest branch of the Institut des Amériques.

 

Covid-19 and voting in the United States: the Electoral College against democracy?

 

by Maya Kandel, historian and researcher at the Université Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle (CREW).

Two examples showing the diverse reactions to the health crisis in Southeastern Mexico

 

by Samuel Jouault, geographer and Professor-researcher at the Facultad de Ciencias Antropologicas of the Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán and Associate Researcher at the Centro de Estudios Mexicanos y Centroamericanos.

 

by Gilles Polian, linguist, specialist in Mayan languages, and Professor-researcher at the Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social (CIESAS), Southeast pole, at San Cristobal de Las Casas, in Chiapas.

 

by Bernard Tallet, geographer and Director of the Centro de Estudios Mexicanos y Centroamericanos (CEMCA, UMIFRE 16 MEAE CNRS-USR 3337 Latin America).

In Mexico, Covid-19 as an indicator of social and economic contradictions

 

by Samuel Jouault, geographer and Professor-researcher at the Facultad de Ciencias Antropologicas of the Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán and Associate Researcher at the Centro de Estudios Mexicanos y Centroamericanos.

 

by Gilles Polian, linguist, specialist in Mayan languages, and Professor-researcher at the Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social (CIESAS), Southeast pole, at San Cristobal de Las Casas, in Chiapas.

 

by Bernard Tallet, geographer and Director of the Centro de Estudios Mexicanos y Centroamericanos (CEMCA, UMIFRE 16 MEAE CNRS-USR 3337 Latin America).

Cuiabá: after Covid, smoke...

 

by Marion Daugeard, PhD student in geography at the Centre de Recherche et de Documentation sur les Amériques (CREDA - Université Sorbonne Nouvelle) in partnership with the University of Brasília - Center for Sustainable Development (CDS). 

Sentinels and tipping points: two concepts to understand the pandemic better

 

by David Blanchon, Professor in geography at Université de Paris Nanterre and researcher at iGLOBES at the University of Arizona. 

 

Covid-19 and other causes of mortality in São Paulo's outer districts

 

by Hervé Théry, Senior Researcher in Geography at the University of Paris Sorbonne Nouvelle and Professor at the Universidade de São Paulo

Farmers, covid and Presidential: their effects on the Navajo Nation?

 

by Eugénie Clément, PhD candidate in anthropology at EHESS and coordinator of the California cluster at the Institute of the Americas

In Arizona, a university opening challenged by Covid-19

 

by François-Michel Le Tourneau, Deputy Director of iGLOBES and Senior Researcher at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS)

Covid-19 in Brazil: innovative initiatives by civil society and public policies

by Patrícia Laczynski, Professor in public policies at the Instituto das Cidades, Campus Zona Leste da Universidade Federal de São Paulo (Unifesp), Eduardo de Lima Caldas, Professor in public policies at the Escola de Artes, Ciências e Humanidades da Universidade de São Paulo (USP) and Livia Kalil, currently coordinates the Institut des Amériques' office in Brazil (hosted by USP) and is a doctoral student in Political Science at the University Sorbonne Nouvelle and at the University of São Paulo.

"America First" and pandemic: the United States and foreign aid in Latin America

 

by Floriane Blanc, doctoral student in American Studies at the Université d’Aix-Marseille. She received the 2019 Thesis Prize from the Institut des Amériques.

From Canudos to Covid-19: necropolitics and health policies in Brazil

 

by Sébastien Rozeaux, Professor in history at the Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès (FRAMESPA).

The Covid-19 pandemic: a threat to Peruvian archaeological heritage

 

by Catherine Lara, archaeologist at the Institut Français d’Études Andines (UMIFRE 17 MEAE / CNRS USR 3337 América Latina).

Covid-19 and Native Americans in the United States: when history repeats itself

 

by Lionel Larré, Professor of American Civilization at the Université Bordeaux Montaigne (CLIMAS).

Cuba/US tensions around Covid-19: Cuban doctors, a new political issue?

 

by Mélanie Moreau-Lebert, Professor in Latin-American Civilization at the Université Bordeaux Montaigne representative for the Institut des Amérique at the Université.

What is Bolivia's performance in handling the health crisis?

 

by Sébastien Hardy, researcher at the Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD) and IRD representative in Bolivia since September 2017.

The homeless situation in Los Angeles during Covid-19

 

by Soukayna Mniaï, doctoral student at the Centre de Recherches Anglophones (CREA) of the Université Paris Nanterre. She was the recipient of the 2018 Institut des Amériques-Fulbright grant.

Factors linked to the Covid-19 epidemic in Brazil

 

by Hervé Théry, Senior Researcher in Geography at the University of Paris Sorbonne Nouvelle and Professor at the Universidade de São Paulo

Covid-19 on the outer banks of France: Martinique, Guadeloupe and French Guiana

  

by Audrey Célestine, Professor at  Université de Lille, CERAPS, junior member of IUF

 

 

 

 

by Stéphanie Guyon, Professor at the Université de Picardie (CURAPP)

Chile. Living and dying during a pandemic and a "progressive neoliberalism

  

by Franck Gaudichaud, Professor in Latin American history and civilisation at the Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès (FRAMESPA). Published in the Institut des Amériques collection.

The political economy of Colombia: Covid-19 as an indicator

  

by Thibaud Deguilhem, Professor in Economy at Université de Paris (LADYSS). Member of the Scientific Committee of the Institut des Amériques 2021 Conference

Maybe it hasn't been so good in Quebec's confined institutions

  

by Lise Brun, coordinator of the Canadian office of the Institut des Amériques and doctoral student in Law at Bordeaux University and University of Montreal.

Is the pandemic likely to reinforce American economic nationalism?

  

by Jean-Baptiste Velut, Professor at the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle (CREW) and member of the Scientific Committee of the Institut des Amériques.

Covid-19 among the Wayuu: health protocoles vs. fondamental rights

  

by Laura Lema Silva, member of the Scientific committee of the Institut des Amériques and doctoral student in Latin-American studies at the Lumière Lyon University (LCE). 

Paraguay: forgotten in the pandemic?

  

by Julien Demelenne, doctoral student in Political Science at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (CESPRA). 

Peru: the shadows of the economic development under the spotlight of Covid-19

  

by Évelyne Mesclier, Director of the Institut Français d’Études Andines in Lima (Peru).  

How the pandemic accelerated President Trump's migration containment policy

  

by Isabelle Vagnoux, Professor at Aix Marseille University (LERMA) and co-executive editor of the  interdisciplinary Journal of the Institut des Amériques, IdeAs, Idées d’Amérique.

The Canada/US border and Covid-19: a feeling of déjà-vu?

  

by Pierre-Alexandre Beylier, Professor in American Studies at the University of Grenoble-Alpes. A Ph.D from the University of Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle, his thesis focused on the Canada/US border changes since September 11, 2001.  

Covid-19 and private American universities: a look at Massachusetts

  

by Maxime André, Coordinator for the New England office of the Institut des Amériques (hosted at Boston College) and PhD student in Political Science at Sciences Po Lyon. 

In Las Vegas, Covid-19 makes space central in economic and social issues again

  

by Boris Lebeau, lecturer in Geography at the Sorbonne University Paris-nord and a member of the Pléiade team. His research deals with game cities (Las Vegas, Macao ...).

Covid-19 in Nicaragua: the pandemic under an authoritarian regime

 

by Maya Collombon, Professor at Sciences-Po Lyon (Triangle Laboratory). She is a representative of the South-East office of the Institut des Amériques.

"I can't breathe": in Austin, the health crisis increases political and racial divisions

 

by Gabriel Daveau, Coordinator of the Institut des Amériques Texas office (hosted by the University of Texas in Austin) and PhD student in American Litterature at the University of Lille (CECILLE).

Natural disaster, historical trajectory: how to be a society in Peru in times of epidemics

 

by Irène Favier, lecturer in extra-European contemporary history at the University of Grenoble and at the LARHRA.

Covid-19: a threat to Canadian French speaking universities?

 

by Serge Jaumain, Professor in contemporary history at the University libre of Bruxelles, co-Director of AmericaS – interdisciplinary center for the studies of the Americas - and a member of the scientific committee of the Institut des Amériques.Aberdeen.

 

 

 

 

by Yves Frenette, Professor and Research Chair of Canada Migrations, transfers and French speaking communities at the University of Saint-Boniface.

Dominican Republic: the pandemic, plague or opportunity for the cocoa sector?

 

by Laura Henry, coordinator of the Central American office of the Institut des Amériques (University of Costa Rica) and doctoral student in geography at the University of Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle.

Ecuador's tragedy: from "Buen Vivir" to dying badly?

 

by Diana Burgos-Vigna, Associate Professor at CY Cergy Paris University, in the AGORA research centre. Her research focuses mainly on local governance in Latin American cities. 

Voting by mail during Covid-19: the case of Ohio

 

by Marion Marchet, PhD student in US studies at the research center Histoire et dynamique des espaces anglophones (HDEA) at the Sorbonne University. She is currently a Fulbright visiting research student at the College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University. 

In the Covid-19 crisis, cultural professionals and autochthonous people create new solutions in Peru

 

by Morgana Herrera, PHD candidate in Latin American studies at the University of Toulouse Jean Jaurès and member of the Institut des Amériques scientific committee.

The resurgence of a social heritage forgotten during the pandemic: nursing nuns in Canada

 

by Marion Robinaud, doctoral student in anthropology (École des hautes études en sciences sociales–American Studies), Research and Teaching Assistant at the University of Toulouse Jean Jaurès.

The epidemic throws American governors on the National scene

 

by Victoria Gonzalez Maltes, doctoral student in American history at École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS).

Covid-19's double blow on a small community in the Brazilian Amazon

 

by François-Michel Le Tourneau, Deputy Director of iGLOBES and Senior Researcher at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS)

New York and COVID-19: mobilizing at all costs for the environment

 

by Hugo Rochard, PhD student in geography at the University of Paris, within LADYSS and LabEx DynamiTe. His PhD deals with environmental civic stewardship for nature in the city, in Paris and New York City.

The Emerging U.S. Left in Times of Pandemic (and Worse)

 

by James Cohen is professor of American studies at the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle (Paris 3).

Covid-19 pandemic in Guatemala: the Native women's perspective

 

by Laura Cahier, doctoral student in public law at the University of Aix-Marseille (DICE) and coordinator of the Institut des Amériques' Washington office (hosted by Georgetown University, CLAS).

Pandemic writings: virus imprints in Montreal's public spaces

 

by Matthieu Noucher, geographer and CNRS researcher (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique), working at the University of Bordeaux Montaigne.

 

 

 

 

 

by Élise Olmedo, geographer and post-doc researcher at Corcordia University in Montréal.

Between radio and internet: information during isolation in Argentinian Chaco

 

by Camille Laurent, current coodinator of the Southern Cone office of the Institut des Amériques (hosted by the CFA–UBA), doctoral student in geography at the University of Paris 1.

"Confined, but not detained": confinement in Boni country

 

by Yazmin Safatle, student in Social Anthropology at the University of Brasília (Brazil).

Is California a "nation-state"?

 

by Emmanuelle Perez Tisserant, Professor in history at the University of Toulouse 2 Jean Jaurès, Institut de Amériques thesis prize in 2015.

COVID-19 turmoil in Quebec

 

by Serge Jaumain, Professor in contemporary history at the University libre of Bruxelles, co-Director of AmericaS – interdisciplinary center for the studies of the Americas - and a member of the scientific committee of the Institut des Amériques.Aberdeen.

Mexico: the pandemic, a moment of truth for López Obrador’s "4th transformation" project?

 

by Nicolas Ellison, Associate Professor in Anthropology at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS, Paris), member of the Mondes Américains CNRS research centre, and associate research fellow at the Centre d'études mexicaines et centraméricaines (CEMCA, Mexico) and the University of Aberdeen.

2020 Chilean poetry and COVID-19: dreams of freedom, dashed in confinement

 

by Benoît Santini, Professor in Latin American litterature at the University of Littoral Côte d’Opale.

 

 

From California to Florida, the covid-19 crisis thrust beaches in the limelight

 

by Elsa Devienne, lecturer in US history at Northumbria University (UK). She is a specialist of environmental history, urban history and the history of the body, gender and sexuality.  

Is Trump vaccinated against the coronavirus?

 

by François-Vergniolle de Chantal, Professor in American civilization at the University of Paris and member of the organizational committee for the 2021 IdA conference

What is the impact of Covid-19 on Argentina's economy?

 

by Gustavo Ludmer, Ph.D in economic development and post-doc at CONICET.

Is space conquest "essential" in a pandemic?

 

by Arnaud Saint-Martin, sociologist and researcher with Centre National de la Recherche Scientific (CNRS) 

To be confined in the confines of the Republic

 

by Damien Davy, anthropologist with the Centre National de la Recherche Scientific (CNRS) based in French Guiana

Between marginalization and autonomy: confinement of indigenous persons in Panama

 

by Jean Foyer, sociologist and a researcher with the Centre National de la Recherche Scientific (CNRS)

Cuba and the "epidemiological tradition": a look at the 19th century

 

by Romy Sánchez, historian and CNRS researcher at the Institut de Recherches Historiques du Septentrion (IRHiS) of the University of Lille. She received the Prix de thèse IdA award in 2017. 

Guarani language, phone and forest: Paraguay's resources against the coronavirus

 

by Capucine Boidin, Professor in Anthropology and Director of IHEAL – Sorbonne Nouvelle University. She is a member of the editorial board of IdeAS, the Journal of the Institut des Amériques.

Access to water, a weakness in Covid-19 Brazil

 

by Livia Kalil, coordinator of Institut des Amériques' office in Brazil (hosted by USP) and doctoral student in Political Science at the University Sorbonne Nouvelle and at the University of São Paulo

by Guilherme Checco, doctoral student at the University of São Paulo and project coordinator at the Instituto Democracia e Sustentabilidade

Haiti faced with Covid-19

 

by Jean Marie Théodat is a geographer, Professor at the University of Paris 1-Panthéon-Sorbonne and at the State University of Haiti

Prisons, next epicenter of the epidemic in the United States?

 

by Gwenola Ricordeau, Assistant Professor in Criminal Justice at the California State University, Chico and member of the scientific committee of the Institut des Amériques.

Trigger a crisis to anticipate a disaster? Three Andean countries confront the pandemic

 

by Alexis Sierra is a geographer, Professor at CY Cergy Paris University and treasurer at the Institut des Amériques

Quarantine and the"others": Covid and vulnerable populations in Mexico

 

by Michelle Salord, coordinator of the the Mexican office of the  Institut des Amériques (hosted by the Centro Francés de Estudios Mexicanos y Centroamericanos) and doctoral student in Anthropology at the University of Paris

Covid-19 in Brazil: exacerbating factors, scenarios and risks

 

by Hervé Théry, Senior Researcher in Geography at the University of Paris Sorbonne Nouvelle and Professor at the Universidade de São Paulo

Chile: from social protest to sanitary crisis (and back)

 

by Sébastien Velut, Professor in Geography a the Institut des Hautes Etudes de l’Amérique Latine (IHEAL) – Sorbonne Nouvelle

A "new world", really?

by Cédric Levêque, Post-doc in Anthropology and member of the EXTINCT project team (University of Toulouse Jean Jaurès). He is currently doing research on the survivalist mouvement and Joshua Kelly, Sociologist working on conservative politiques in Europe and in the US, in partnership with iGLOBES

Carnage in Guayaquil: global broadcast and divisions in Ecuador

 

by Yves Saint-Geours, Historian, Diplomat and President of the Institut des Amériques

Costa Rica, a good student in the pandemic?

 

by Elisabeth Cunin, Anthropologist and Senior Researcher at Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (French National Research Institute for Sustainable Development), currently hosted by the Universidad de Costa Rica

Joe Biden: Let's do this

 

by Françoise Coste is a Professor in American civilization at the University of Toulouse-Jean Jaurès.

Healthcare or careless politics? Venezuela and the international community in the age of SARS-CoV-2

 

by Olivier Compagnon, a Professor in Comtemporary History at the University Sorbonne Nouvelle (Institut des Hautes Études de l’Amérique latine) and member of the Centre de Recherche et de Documentation des Amériques

Two populisms facing reality: Bolsonaro and Trump confronted by a pandemic

 

by François-Michel Le Tourneau, Deputy Director of iGLOBES and Senior Researcher at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS)

Is playing golf an essential activity? An Arizona dilemma

 

by Anne-Lise Boyer, doing a research study at the UMI iGlobes and doctoral student in geography at the Ecole Normale Supérieure of Lyon (ENS Lyon)

 

The virus is not the only killer: first days of confinement in Colombia

 

by Laetitia Braconnier Moreno, doctoral student at the University Paris Nanterre and the National University of Colombia, coordinator of the Andean center (Bogota) of the Institut des Amériques.

 

Strange news: from Covid-19 to the 1973 yellow fever epidemic

 

by Marie-Jeanne Rossignol, Vice-President of the Institut des Amériques, professor in North American studies at the University of Paris. She is a specialist in anti-slavery in the United States before the Civil War.

 

Does the COVID-19 pandemic reveal the unity of the Navajo Nation?

 

by Eugénie Clément, PhD candidate in anthropology at EHESS and coordinator of the California cluster at the Institute of the Americas

The Coronavirus, an analyzer of the United States' economy and society

 

by Robert Boyer, Researcher and Vice-President of the Scientific Committee of the Institut des Amériques

The Coronavirus in Perou: a social reforms accelerator? 

 

by Arthur Morenas, PhD candidate in political science (University of Strasbourg); his thesis is on economic policies in Perou

 

 

COVID-19, an indicator of a Canadian divisions

 

by Gérard Boismenu, Professor at the University of Montreal, President of the scientific committee of the Institut des Amériques.