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Manuel Antonio Garretón

Forty Years after the Chilean Coup: The Challenges of the Democratic Transition An Interview with Manuel Garretón (Part II)

by Manuel Antonio Garretón

The interview with Manuel Antonio Garretón continues with a focus on the legacy of the dictatorship for democratic politics. Apart from his manifold academic activities Professor Garretón has led an intense political life, beginning with his election to President of the Student Union at the Catholic University in 1964. During the dictatorship he wrote and taught beyond the academy, training new generations who otherwise had...

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Forty Years after the Chilean Coup: Sociology under the Dictatorship An Interview with Manuel Garretón (Part I)

by Michael Burawoy and Manuel Antonio Garretón

Manuel Antonio Garretón is one of the most well-known social scientists in Latin America. He graduated from the Catholic University of Chile and received his PhD from École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in Paris. He has been the director of many academic institutions, taught in foreign and national universities and has been advisor of national and international, public and private organizations. There is little...

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