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Junior Fellows

2020

José Ricardo Castellón

José Ricardo Castellón holds a PhD in History from Universidad Pablo de Olavide at Sevilla, (Spain, 2013), and a PhD in Philosophy (History) from UzK (2018). He has been a lecturer, curriculum developer, and consultant in communication and design. He is a DAAD alumnus, member and Secretary of the Salvadoran Academy of History and has been a lecturer and guest researcher at the Historical Institute of the UzK since 2018.

His research focuses on migrations (UNICEF award 2008), family and mobility in Central America, and the general social history of Latin America. He also works on food culture and celebrations, daily life, and material culture.

Main Discipline: History

Selected publications: 
Castellón, José Ricardo (2019): Secretos de familia. La familia y su movilidad en El Salvador colonial, El Salvador: UCA Editores.
Castellón, José Ricardo (2014): Fiestas, vida y comida en el interior del reino de Guatemala: San Salvador y Sonsonate, siglo XVIII , San Salvador: Universidad Don Bosco.
Castellón, José Ricardo (2018): “Movilidad y familia en el Pacífico Centroamericano. San Salvador y Sonsonate en el siglo XVIII”, in: Cuadernos Inter.c.a.mbio sobre Centroamérica y el Caribe, 15, 1.
Castellón, José Ricardo; Méndez de Castellón, Georgina Magali (2018): “Haciendo memoria. Construir desde el olvido en El Salvador 25 años después de la firma de los acuerdos de paz“, in: Martínez, Carmen González (ed.), Transiciones políticas contemporáneas: singularidades nacionales de un fenómeno global, Fondo de Cultura Económica de España.

Clemente Penna

Clemente Penna holds a PhD in Social History from Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ, Brazil), earned in 2019, with a fellowship stay at the Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice at Brown University (USA). He also earned an MA in Cultural History from Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC) in 2005 and a BA in History from Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina in 2001
(UDESC).

He was an Assistant Professor in the Department of E-Learning Education at the Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina from 2001 to 2005 and has been teaching history in the Public Youth and Adult Education Program (EJA) in the city of Palhoça, Santa Catarina, for the past years.

Main Discipline: History

Selected publications: 
Penna, Clemente (2020): “Penhoras judiciais, crédito e propriedade escrava na cidade do Rio de Janeiro, c. 1820 –1860”, in: Filho, Henrique Espada Lima and Júnior, Waldomiro Silva, Escravidão e liberdade no Brasil oitocentista: novos olhares. Florianópolis, EDUFSC.
Penna, Clemente (2019): “Economias urbanas: capital, créditos e escravidão na cidade do Rio de Janeiro, c. 1820-1860”, PhD thesis, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Penna, Clemente (2019): “Judicial Attachments and the Internal Slave Trade in Brazil, 1830- 1888“, in: Enslaved: Peoples of the Historic Slave Trade, East Lansing; Michigan.
Penna, Clemente (2018): “Slave Property and the Credit Market in Rio de Janeiro, 1830- 1850”, in: 6th Southern Hemisphere Economic History Summer School, Montevidéu.

Juliana Streva

Juliana Streva holds a PhD in Human Rights from FU Berlin (Germany) and a Master’s degree in Theory of State and Constitutional Law from Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro. She was granted a Visiting Fellowship at Brown University (USA) and Ha-Universita ha-Ivrit bi-Yerushalayim (Israel).

Her critical interdisciplinary work is particularly engaged with the interplay of corporality, colonial structures of violence (encompassing politics, law, economy, ecology, ontology, and epistemology), intersectional feminisms and peripheral
insurgences. Her most recent works include the experimentaldocumentary film ‘Women in Movement’ (2020), contributions to the books ‘Corporeidades Afrodiaspóricas’ (2020), ‘Materializing Feminism’ (2019), and the book ‘Corpo, Raça, Poder’ (2018).

Main Discipline: Law

Selected publications: 
Streva, Juliana (2020): “Corp(o)ralidade fanoniana: legado colonial & insurgências anti-racistas”, in: Tavares, Julio Cesar de Souza (ed.), Corporalidades afrodiaspóricas, Curitiba: Appris Editora.
Streva, Juliana (2020): Corpo, raça, poder: extermínio negro no Brasil. uma leitura crítica, decolonial e foucaultiana, Rio de Janeiro: Multifoco.
Streva, Juliana (2018): “Identitätspolitik postkolonial: Zur Debatte um Identitätspolitik in Lateinamerika”, in: Beier, Friederike (ed.), Materializing Feminism. Positionierungen zu Ökonomie, Staat und Identität, Münster: Unrast Verlag.
Streva, Juliana (2017): “A multidão no corpo e a multidão de corpos: um embate dos conceitos de povo e multidão, e consenso e dissenso à luz dos escritos de Hobbes e Spinoza”, in: Becker, Rafael (ed.), Spinoza e nós. Volume: Spinoza, a guerra e a paz, Rio de Janeiro: Ed. PUC-Rio.

Léa Tosold

Léa Tosold holds an MA in Literature, Philosophy and Political Science (Universität Wien, Austria), as well as in Political Philosophy (University of York), and a PhD in Political Science (USP). She was the co-founder of the Gender and Politics Studies Group (Gepô-USP) and is a member of the Anti-Racist and Anti-Colonial Studies Intervention Collective (Gira), a researcher of the Nexos Research Network (Universidade Federal do ABC, Brazil) and the Political Theory Study Group (Getepol/Universidade Estadual de Londrina).

Her main interest lies in feminist anti-racist epistemologies. Currently, she is working on memory politics and its global-local connections through intimate ethnographies and collective territorialities.

Main Discipline: Political Science

Selected publications: 
Tosold, Léa (2018): Autodeterminação em três movimentos: a politização de diferenças sob a perspectiva da (des)naturalização da violência, PhD Thesis, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil.
Tosold, Léa (2017): “Rompendo com a violência institucionalizada: reflexões sobre o corpo enquanto locus analítico”, in: Machado, Carlos; Marques, Danusa; Tavares, Francisco Mata Machado; Trindade, Thiago (eds.), Democracia e desigualdade:
registros críticos, Brasília: Zouk.
Tosold, Léa (2016): “Incluir diferenças (re)produzindo desigualdades? Os limites da democracia deliberativa habermasiana através de um olhar crítico sobre a obra de Iris Marion Young”, in: Pinzani, Alessandro; Schmidt, Rainer (eds.), Um pensamento interdisciplinar: ensaios sobre Habermas, 1, Florianópolis: Nefiponline.
Tosold, Léa (2012): “Do problema do essencialismo a outra maneira de fazer política”, in: Biroli, Flávia; Miguel, Luis Felipe (eds.), Teoria política e feminismo: abordagens brasileiras, 1, Vinhedo: Editora Horizonte, 1-290.