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Grace M. Jaramillo

Lecturer, School of Public Policy and Global Affairs, University of British Columbia

Grace Jaramillo is core lecturer at University of British Columbia’s School of Global and International Affairs teaching Public Policy Analysis, Program Evaluation and International Development. She specializes in International Political Economy and, more specifically Latin American Political Economy. Her latest publication, co-edited with Maxwell Cameron, Challenges to Democracy in the Andes was launched officially at the Organization of American States in January 2023. Other recent publications include: “Comparing historical cases: advances in Comparative Historical Research” for the Handbook of Research Methods in Comparative Policy Analysis; “Latin America: Trade and Culture at the Crossroads” for the International Journal of Cultural Policy; and “Rafael Correa’s Foreign Policy Paradox” for the edited volume Assessing the Left Turn in Ecuador. Grace holds Ph.D. in Political Studies from Queen's University in addition to a master’s degree in Public and International Affairs from University of Pittsburgh, thanks to a Fulbright Scholarship. Before moving to Canada, Grace was a professor and Head of the International Relations Program at FLACSO, the largest graduate program in Social Sciences in Latin America.


  • –present
    Lecturer, University of British Columbia


  • 2016 
    Queen's University, PhD. / Political Science