I am a PhD candidate in political science from McGill University and my research focuses on authoritarian legacies in the southern cone of Latin America since the third wave of democratization. More specifically, I am interested in the political behavior of ex-authoritarian actors in democratic settings, from a comparative perspective and mostly at the subnational level. In 2015, I obtained a bachelor’s degree in International Studies from Université de Montréal. Since 2016, I am an active member of the Latin American Studies Network of Montreal (RELAM), the Institute for the Study of International Development (ISID, McGill University), and ÉRIGAL.
Fields of interest
Subnational comparative politics
Chabot, Rose, Ximena Cuadras Montoya, and Adriana Pozos. 2019. Introduction. L’espace public et la politique des gauches en Amérique latine. Edited book by Julian Durazo Herrmann. Québec: Presses de l’Université Laval.