Posts Tagged "knowledge regimes"

Political Knowledge Regimes: an approach to the Bolivian case

Political Knowledge Regimes: an approach to the Bolivian case

[Editor’s note: This post was written by Fernando Martín Moreno, Political Science graduate by the Complutense University of Madrid and second year student of the International Master of Contemporary Latin American Studies. For author correspondence, please write to fernandomartinmoreno@ucm.es The…

Building a new concept: Political Knowledge Regimes

Building a new concept: Political Knowledge Regimes

[Editor’s note: This post presents Adolfo Garcé’s paper ‘Political-Knowledge Regimes‘. It follows a previous post that gives an overview of the concept of knowledge regimes] Knowledge Regimes (KM), a concept developed by Campbell and Pedersen, is a main step forward in…

Moving our research agenda forward

Moving our research agenda forward

In the upcoming weeks we will start sharing some of the research currently being carried out as to develop our research agenda.  The objective of these documents is to build on two things: first, on our empirical understanding of the…