Thais França y Beatriz Padilla, « Cooperação Sul-Sul, uma via alternativa ? Um caso exploratório entre Brasil e Argentina », Forum Sociológico [En línea], 27 | 2015, DOI : 10.4000/sociologico.1336

In the last few decades, international scientific cooperation has become increasingly important, not only from the perspective of the development of science, but also from an economic perspective. Despite the numerous advantages resulting from these cooperations : technology transfer, institutions internationalisation and scientist circulation, other results suggest the uneven geopolitical and economic hierarchies and asymmetries among the countries involved, in which not all equally benefit. The South-South cooperation (SSC) therefore appears as an innovative alternative to South countries science development. Based on a documental analysis of some agreements between the Brazilian and Argentinian national science funding agencies, more specifically CNPq/CAPES in the case of Brazil and CONICET in Argentina, this papers aims to discuss how the academic and scientific cooperation between the two countries has been developing over the years and if it can be considered a sort of SSC.

Keywords: South-South cooperation, bilateral agreements, Brazil-Argentina

Thais França e Beatriz Padilla, « Epistemologias feministas e mobilidade científica:contribuições para o debate », Configurações [Online], 12 | 2013, DOI : 10.4000/configuracoes.2203

Despite the growth of studies that recognize that women migrate, it is not possible to say that most of them are feminist, or that they address the diversity of the migration experience. In general, the migration of qualified female workers continues invisibly. This article takes a feminist standpoint and examines the contributions of feminist epistemologies to studies on the mobility of women scientists. Based on qualitative interviews with foreign scientists in Portugal, we discuss issues such as sexism and racism in Portuguese academia. As the article’s authors, we identify ourselves as Latin American immigrants and feminist academics based in Portugal and define the place from which we speak and the context in which this work has been constructed.

Keywords: Feminism, Feminist epistemology, Scientific mobility, Postcolonial studies

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Tenemos el gusto de anunciar que están disponibles los dos primeros números de la revista "Comparative Cultural Studies European and Latin America Perspectives"  en las que se publican artículos de los miembros del proyecto GovDiv.

No 2 (2016)

Public and Private Sphere in Transnational Space: Gender, Policy and Social Action between Europe and Latin America (Vol. 2)
Editors: Tiziana Chiappelli, Maria Rita Mancaniello, Andrea Aguilar Edwards

No 1 (2016)

Public and Private Sphere in Transnational Space: Gender, Policy and Social Action between Europe and Latin America (Vol. 1)
Editors: Tiziana Chiappelli, Maria Rita Mancaniello, Andrea Aguilar Edwards

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