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Jeffrey Pugh

Assistant Professor

Contact Information:
Howley Hall 315


Ph.D. - John Hopkins University

Area(s) of Expertise:

Latin American Politics, International conflict and peace, Immigration/Refugees, International Institutions, Negotiation/mediation

Awards and Honors:

2011 Best Graduate Dissertation of the Year - Peace & Justice Studies Association

Selected Publications:

Pugh, Jeffrey. (2013). The Short-Term ‘Bridge Model’ Study Abroad Program: Peacebuilding in Latin America. PS: Political Science & Politics, Cambridge University Press. 46 (4), 791-796.

Pugh, Jeffrey. (2012). Whose Brother’s Keeper? International Trusteeship and the Search for Peace in the Palestinian Territories. International Studies Perspectives , Wiley Blackwell. 13 (4), 321-343.

Pugh, Jeffrey. (2009). The Structure of Negotiation: Lessons from El Salvador for Contemporary Conflict Resolution. Negotiation Journal, Wiley Blackwell. 25 (1), 83-105.

Pugh, Jeffrey. (2008). Challenges and Opportunities of Human Conflict and Environmental Transformation. Pirineos, (163), 63-75.

Pugh, Jeffrey. (2008). Vectors of Contestation: Social Movements and Party Systems in Ecuador and Colombia. Latin American Essays, 21 , 46-65.

Recent Presentations:

Pugh, Jeffrey., Annual Conference, American Political Science Association , Chicago, IL, "Markers of Difference and their Effect on Political Strategies in the Context of Invisibility: Colombian Forced Migrants in Ecuador". August, 2013.

Pugh, Jeffrey., Mid-Atlantic Council of Latin American Studies, Mid-Atlantic Council of Latin American Studies, Annville, PA, "Paper: Migrant Activism in Ecuador: Political Participation in the Context of Invisibility; Chair: Political Activism and Populism in Latin America; Board Member: Vice President/President-Elect". March, 2013.

Pugh, Jeffrey., Southern International Studies Association, Southern International Studies Association, Atlanta, GA, "Latin America". October, 2012.

Pugh, Jeffrey., VI Latin American Congress of Political Science, Asociación Latinoamericana de Ciencias Políticas (ALACIP), Quito, Ecuador, "“La Negociación de Derechos y la Participación Política en el Contexto de la Invisibilidad: Los Migrantes Colombianos en Ecuador”". June, 2012.

Pugh, Jeffrey., Middle Atlantic Council of Latin American Studies, Middle Atlantic Council of Latin American Studies, Washington, DC, "Session: "Study Abroad and Educational Reform"; Panel/Paper: "In Defense of the Short-Term 'Bridge Model' Study Abroad Program in Latin America"". March, 2012.

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