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PABLO LAPEGNA

Department of Sociology & Latin American and Caribbean Studies Institute (LACSI)

University of Georgia

315 Baldwin Hall

Athens, GA 30602-1611

706-542-3196 (office) // 706-542-4320 (fax)

plapegna@uga.edu

EDUCATION

2011 PhD, Sociology. State University of New York at Stony Brook. Dissertation Committee:

Professors Javier Auyero, Michael Schwartz, Ian Roxborough, and Marc Edelman. Dissertation:

“Transgenic Crops, Environmental Contamination, and Peasant (De)Mobilization in Argentina.” 2007 Master of Arts, Sociology. State University of New York at Stony Brook. Thesis: “Recent Changes within the Repertoire of Collective Action in Argentina.” 2001 Licenciatura en Sociología (BA in Sociology), University of Buenos Aires.

Areas of Specialization Environmental and Rural Sociology Social Movements and Political Sociology Latin American Studies Globalization Ethnography and Qualitative Methods Professional Associations ISA (International Sociological Association), ASA (American Sociological Association), LASA (Latin American Studies Association), SSS (Southern Sociological Society).

ACADEMIC POSITIONS

Assistant Professor, 2011–. Department of Sociology & Latin American and Caribbean Studies Institute (LACSI) – University of Georgia (Athens, Georgia).

Visiting Scholar, 2010. Department of Sociology and Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies – University of Texas at Austin (Austin, Texas).

PUBLICATIONS

Book Manuscript Lapegna, Pablo. (Forthcoming, April 2015). “The Soy Boom: Genetically Modified Crops, Environmental Politics, and Social Movements in Argentina.” New York: Oxford University Press.

Peer Reviewed Articles Lapegna, Pablo. 2014. “Global Ethnography and Genetically Modified Crops in Argentina: On Adoptions, Resistances, and Adaptations.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 43(2): 202-227.

Lapegna, Pablo. 2013a. “Social Movements and Patronage Politics: Processes of Demobilization and Dual Pressure.” Sociological Forum 28(4): 842-863.

Lapegna, Pablo. 2013b. “The Expansion of Transgenic Soybeans and the Killing of Indigenous Peasants in Argentina.” Societies without Borders: Human Rights and the Social Sciences 8(2): 291Auyero, Javier, Pablo Lapegna and Fernanda Page Poma. 2009. “Patronage Politics and Contentious Collective Action: A Recursive Relationship.” Latin American Politics and Society 51(3): 1-31.

Published in France as: Auyero, Javier, Pablo Lapegna, and Fernanda Page Poma. 2010.

“Contestation et Patronage: Intersections et Interactions au Microscope.” Revue Internationale de Politique Comparée 17(2): 1-36.

Published in Argentina as: Auyero, Javier, Pablo Lapegna, and Fernanda Page. 2008.

“Clientelismo político y acción colectiva contenciosa: una relación recursiva.” Studia Politicae 14: 7-40.

Lapegna, Pablo. 2009. “Ethnographers of the World… United? Current Debates on the Ethnographic Study of ‘Globalization’.” Journal of World-Systems Research XV(1): 3-24.

Bidaseca, Karina and Pablo Lapegna. 2007. “El ‘Grito de Alcorta’ revisitado: cultura y sentimientos en la acción colectiva.” Anuario de Historia 27. University of Rosario, Argentina.

Domínguez Diego, Pablo Lapegna, and Pablo Sabatino. 2006. “Un futuro presente: las luchas territoriales” Nómadas 24. Universidad Central-IESCO, Bogotá, Colombia.

Domínguez, Diego, Ana Guglielmucci and Pablo Lapegna. 2002. “Segundo Foro Social Mundial de Porto Alegre: Camino a un mundo en que sean posibles todos los mundos” Realidad Económica 187, Instituto Argentino para el Desarrollo Económico IADE, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Chapters in Books Lapegna, Pablo and Javier Auyero. 2012. “Democratic Processes, Patronage Politics, and Contentious Collective Action in El Alto, Bolivia.” In Hilgers, Tina (Ed.) Clientelism in Everyday Latin American Politics. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Lapegna, Pablo and Santiago Canevaro. 2009. “Cruzando márgenes: segregación territorial y relaciones de poder en un barrio de Buenos Aires.” In Grimson, Alejandro, Cecilia Ferraudi Curto and Ramiro Segura (Eds.) La vida política en los barrios populares de Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires: Prometeo.

Lapegna, Pablo. 2007. “Transgénicos, ‘desarrollo sustentable’ y (neo)liberalismo en Argentina.” In Mato, Daniel and Fermín Maldonado (Eds.) Cultura y transformaciones sociales en tiempos de globalización [Culture and Social Transformations in Times of Globalization]. Buenos Aires: CLACSO (Latin American Council of Social Sciences).

Lapegna, Pablo. 2005. “Transformaciones en la estructura agraria y estrategias sociales de sectores campesinos en el Noreste argentino.” In Giarracca, Norma (Coord.) Tesis de Estudios Rurales. Buenos Aires: Universidad de Buenos Aires.

Lapegna, Pablo. 2005. “Transformaciones sociales y nuevas articulaciones agroalimentarias. Las Ferias Francas de la provincia de Misiones.” In Giarracca, Norma and Miguel Teubal (Eds.) El

campo argentino en la encrucijada. Estrategias y resistencias sociales, ecos en la ciudad. Buenos Aires:





Alianza.

Domínguez, Diego, Pablo Lapegna and Pablo Sabatino. 2005. “Agriculturas en tensión en Colonia Loma Senes, provincia de Formosa.” In Giarracca, Norma and Miguel Teubal (Eds.) El

campo argentino en la encrucijada. Estrategias y resistencias sociales, ecos en la ciudad. Buenos Aires:

Alianza.

Barbetta, Pablo N. and Pablo Lapegna. 2004. “Tierra y ciudadanía: un estudio comparativo entre el Movimiento Campesino de Santiago del Estero (Argentina) y la Federación Nacional Campesina (Paraguay).” In Giarracca, Norma and Bettina Levy (Eds.) Ruralidades Latinoamericanas. Identidades y luchas sociales. Buenos Aires: CLACSO (Latin American Council of Social Sciences).

Lapegna, Pablo and Pablo Barbetta. 2001. “Cuando la protesta toma forma: los cortes de ruta en el Norte salteño.” In Giarracca, Norma (Ed.) La Protesta Social en la Argentina: Transformaciones económicas y crisis social en el interior del país. Buenos Aires: Alianza.

Book Reviews Lapegna, Pablo. Review of Seed, Science, and Struggle: The Global Politics of Transgenic Crops by Abby Kinchy (Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 2012). Accepted for publication, Review of Radical Political Economics.

Lapegna, Pablo. 2014. Review of Buoyancy on the Bayou: Shrimpers Face the Rising Tide of Globalization by Jill Ann Harrison (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2012). American Journal of Sociology 119(4): 1183-1185.

Lapegna, Pablo. 2009. Review of El Alto, Rebel City: Self and Citizenship in Andean Bolivia by Sian

Lazar (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2008). Hispanic American Historical Review 89(3):

542-543.

Lapegna, Pablo and Fernanda Page. 2008/09. Review of Urban Outcasts: A Comparative Sociology of Advanced Marginality by Loïc Wacqant (Malden, MA: Polity Press, 2008). Pensar: Epistemología, Política y Ciencias Sociales 3/4: 144-148.

Lapegna, Pablo. 2008. Review of Lucia: Testimonies of a Brazilian Drug Dealer’s Woman by Robert Gay (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2005). Social Forces 87(2): 1147-1148.

Esparza, Louis E. and Lapegna, Pablo. 2007. “The Limits of the Connected Lives Theory.” Review of The Purchase of Intimacy by Viviana Zelizer (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2005). Sociological Forum 22(4): 606-611.

Lapegna, Pablo. 2006. Review of The Politics of the Past in an Argentine Working-Class Neighbourhood by Lindsay Dubois (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2005). American Anthropologist 108(3): 582-583.

Other Publications and Collaborations Lapegna, Pablo. 2012. “La soja transgénica como objeto de investigación: un blanco móvil” [“Transgenic soybeans as object of study: a moving target”]. Apuntes de Investigación No. 22: 97Translation (Spanish to English) of Murmis, Miguel and Maria R. Murmis. 2012. “Land concentration and foreign land ownership in Argentina in the context of global land grabbing” Canadian Journal of Development Studies 33(4): 490-508 (in collaboration with Katie Sobering).

Grimson, Alejandro, Pablo Lapegna, Nahuel Levaggi, Gabriela Polischer, and Paula Varela.

2003. “La Vida Organizacional en Zonas Populares de Buenos Aires – Informe Etnográfico” CSUIM Working Paper # 02. University of Texas at Austin.

Alonso, Jorge, Pablo Barbetta and Pablo Lapegna. 1999. “La protesta social agraria. Nuevos actores, nuevas alianzas” Ciencias Sociales No. 40.

PUBLICATIONS IN PROGRESS

In Press Lapegna, Pablo. “Transgénicos, Agroquímicos y Campesinas/os en Argentina: Escalas Globales y Locales, Dinámicas de Resistencia y Adaptación” [“Transgenics, Agrochemicals, and Peasants in Argentina: Global and Local Scales, Dynamics of Resistance and Adaptation”]. In Gerardo Otero (ed.) La Dieta Neoliberal: Globalización y biotecnología agrícola en las Américas [The Neoliberal Diet: Globalization and Agricultural Biotechnology in the Americas]. Mexico DF: Miguel Angel Porrúa and Simon Fraser University.

Forthcoming Lapegna, Pablo. “Agricultural Boom, Social Movements, and Sub-National Politics in Argentina.” In Tina Hilgers, Julián Durazo Herrman, and Laura Macdonald (eds.) Clientelism and Violence in Subnational Latin American Politics.

Under Review Lapegna, Pablo. “Genetically Modified Soybeans, Agrochemicals, and the Constraints to Mobilization in Argentina.” Revised and Resubmitted to the Journal of Peasant Studies.

Lapegna, Pablo. “Popular Demobilization, Agribusiness Mobilization, and the State in ‘PostNeoliberal’ Argentina.” Submitted to the Journal of World-Systems Research.

In Preparation “Leftist Governments and Popular Mobilization in South America: Argentina’s Kirchner and Venezuela’s Chávez in Comparative Perspective.” Co-authored with Rebecca Hanson (PhD candidate, Sociology Department, University of Georgia).

“The Place of Political Networks and the Fate of Take-Over Businesses in Argentina.” Coauthored with Katherine Sobering (PhD candidate, Sociology Department, University of Texas at Austin).

“The Global Food Regime and the Uneven Geographies of Genetically Modified Crops in Argentina.” “Neoliberal Policies and Neoliberal Politics: Contentious Performances and the Rise of Evo Morales in Bolivia.” “Urban Space, Riots, and Militarized Repression in La Paz, Bolivia.”

GRANTS, AWARDS, AND FELLOWSHIPS

2014 Travel Grant for U.S. Participants in the XVIII International Sociology Association (ISA) World Congress of Sociology. National Science Foundation and American Sociological Association ($1500).

Research Seminar Fellowship. Willson Center for Humanities and Arts, University of Georgia. Organization of the “Georgia Workshop on Culture, Power, and History” focusing on “Situated Meanings of the Environment” ($2000).

Distinguished Lecturer Grant. Willson Center for Humanities and Arts, University of Georgia ($1500).

2013 Sarah H. Moss Fellowship. Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Georgia ($9770).

Research Fellowship. Willson Center for Humanities and Arts, University of Georgia ($10,000).

2012 Research Seminar Fellowship. Willson Center for Humanities and Arts, University of Georgia. Co-organization of the “Georgia Workshop on Culture, Power, and History” focusing on “Political Ethnography” ($2000).

Provost Summer Research Grant; University of Georgia ($5000).

2010 David Street Award to Best Qualitative Paper; Sociology Department, State University of New York at Stony Brook ($500).

2009 Dissertation Proposal Development Fellowship (DPDF); Social Science Research Council (SSRC) ($5000).

2008 Tinker Field Research Grant. Latin American and Caribbean Studies Center (LACS), State University of New York at Stony Brook ($3000).

2005 Junior Researcher Fellowship. Latin American Council of Social Sciences/Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (CLACSO/ASDI) ($5000).

2003 Graduate Research Scholarship. School of Social Sciences, University of Buenos Aires.

1999 Student Research Scholarship. School of Social Sciences, University of Buenos Aires.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

2013 Yale University. Comparative Research Workshop, Center for Comparative Research.

University of Connecticut. Workshop of the Institute of Latino/a, Caribbean, and Latin American Studies.

2012 University of Georgia. Colloquium of the Department of Geography.

CONFERENCE PARTICIPATIONS

2014 Co-organizer of the “Participation Initiative,” a collective discussion about political participation and a proposal for alternative formats during professional meetings.

Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association. San Francisco, August.

“Neoliberal Politics and Moral Riots in Bolivia: On Events and Contentious Performances.” XVIII World Congress of the International Sociological Association.

Yokohama, Japan, July.

2013 “Neoliberal Agriculture and Violence: Genetically Modified Crops, Rural Displacement, and Sub-National Polities in Argentina.” Conference “Power and Justice in the Contemporary World-Economy”. New York City, August.

“Sleeping with the Enemy: Poor People’s Movements, Clientelism, and Routine Politics in Contemporary Argentina.” XXXI International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA). Washington, DC. May.

2012 “Neoliberal Policies or Neoliberal Politics in Latin America’s ‘Pink Tide’? Bolivia’s Black February, Moral Riots, and the Rise of Evo Morales.” 16th Berlin Roundtables on Transnationality. Berlin, October.

“Social Movements and Patronage Politics: Towards a Relational Understanding of Processes of Demobilization.” 107th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association. Denver, August.

“Popular Movements and Patronage Politics.” Second ISA Forum of Sociology. Buenos Aires, August.

“Social Movements as Clients of the State: How State Policies Shape Social Movements in Latin America.” (Co-authored with Becca Hanson). 59th Meeting of the Southeastern Council of Latin American Studies. Gainesville, FL. March.



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