Luis F. Angosto-Ferrandez

Lecturer - Latin American Studies and Anthropology, University of Sydney

Luis F Angosto-Ferrández has a multidisciplinary background in political sciences and anthropology and extensive fieldwork experience in Latin America and Spain.

Recent publications include:
- "Venezuela Reframed: Bolivarianism, indigenous peoples and socialisms of the twenty-first century" (2015)
- "Anthropologies of Value: cultures of accumulation across the global north and south" (2016, co-ed.)
- "The politics of identity in Latin American censuses" (2015)
- “Democracy, revolution and geopolitics in Latin America: Venezuela and the international politics of discontent” (2014)

Experience

  • –present
    Lecturer in Latin American Studies, University of Sydney

Education

  • 2006 
    Queen's University of Belfast, PhD Political Anthropology
  • 2001 
    University College Cork, MPhil Folklore and Ethnology
  • 1998 
    Universidad de Granada, Licenciatura Political Science and Sociology

Publications

  • 2013
    Democracy, revolution and geopolitics in Latin America: Venezuela and the international politics of discontent, Routledge (ed.)
  • 2012
    Everlasting Countdowns: Race, Ethnicity and National Censuses in Latin American States, Cambridge Scholars (co-ed.)