Permanent Teachers of PPGCPol
Alvaro Augusto de Borba Barreto
Associate Professor at the Institute of Philosophy, Sociology and Politics of the Federal University of Pelotas (IFISP / UFPel). He holds a Doctor’s degree in History from PUCRS (2001), a Master’s degree in History from UFRGS (1996), a Specialist in Political Science from UFPel (1992) and a degree in Social Communication from the Catholic University of Pelotas (1989) and Philosophy from the Federal University of Pelotas 1989). He has experience in the area of History and Political Science, working mainly in the following themes: Brazilian political system, elections and political parties, Era Vargas (in particular Constituent Assembly of 1933-34 and representation of professional associations).
Bianca de Freitas Linhares
She holds a degree in Social Sciences from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (Bachelor’s degree – 2003 and Teacher’s degree – 2006), a master’s degree (2006) and a Doctor’s (2011) in Political Science from the same institution. She completed post-doctoral internships (2011-2012 and 2012-2013) together whit UFRGS Latin American Research Center. She is currently an Adjunct Professor at the Federal University of Pelotas. He has experience in Political Science, with emphasis on Political Culture, working mainly on the following topics: democracy, political culture, quantitative methods.
Carlos Artur Gallo
Doctor in Political Science from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul [UFRGS, Porto Alegre, 2016], with Doctoral Internship in the Faculty of Political Science and Sociology of Universidad Complutense de Madrid [UCM, Madrid – Spain, 2014-2015]. Currently Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology and Politics, Institute of Philosophy, Sociology and Politics of the Federal University of Pelotas [DESP / IFISP / UFPel]. He is the author of the book “Do not forget, so that it will never happen again: a study on the Commission of Relatives of the Political Dead and Disappeared in Brazil” , co-organizer of the collections “Political Science Today”  and “Between memory and forgetfulness: studies on the 50 years of the Civil-Military Coup in Brazil” , having published articles in academic journals in Brazil and abroad. Researcher linked to the Research Group “Participatory Processes in Public Management” [IFCH / UFRGS], in recent years has been developing research projects focused on: a) relations between politics and society; b) the political dimension of the judicial function; c) in the connections between memory, history, justice and politics.
Cláudio Roberto Cogo Leivas
He holds a degree in Philosophy from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul – PUC-RS (1989), a master’s degree in Philosophy from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul – UFRGS (1999) and a Doctor’s degree in Philosophy from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul – UFRGS (2005), with a Doctoral Internship at the University of the Sorbonne (Paris I). He is currently Adjunct Professor 3 at the Federal University of Pelotas – UFPEL. He has experience in Philosophy, with emphasis in Political Philosophy, working mainly in the following subjects: political philosophy, natural philosophy, political philosophy ofinternational relations, history of optics, metaphysics and ethics. He held teaching activities at the Open University of Brazil (UAB) as a collaborating professor of the Degree in Mathematics at distance (CLMD / UFPel).
Daniel de Mendonça
He has a degree in Legal and Social Sciences from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul (1997), a master’s degree (2001) and a Doctor’s degree (2006) in Political Science from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul and post-doctoral training in Ideology and Discourse Analysis at the University of Essex. He is Associate Professor at the Federal University of Pelotas. Has interest and research the following topics: post structuralism and the political, discourse theory, ideology and populism.
Etiene Villela Marroni
Doctor in Political Science – International Politics. Adjunct Professor at the Federal University of Pelotas / RS (Brazil) and coordinator / researcher at the International Policy and Ocean Space Management Laboratory. Studies how Coastal States work on policies related to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, and how a country with a large maritime space can catch up international projection. In this line, research the concept of Coastal Powers, territorial / spatial movement of the countries towards the ocean. In Brazil, this area is known as the Blue Amazon, due to its enormous potential of natural resources. He is currently engaged in the study of Marine Spatial Planning in line with diplomacy, involving multilateral relations with countries in relation to ocean space. She is the author of two books about Coastal Management in Brazil.
Guilherme Camargo Massaú
Léo Peixoto Rodrigues
Léo Peixoto Rodrigues is Adjunct Professor at the Federal University of Pelotas – UFPel. Holds a Doctor’s degree in Sociology from the Federal University of the State of Rio Grande do Sul-UFRGS (2003); Master in Sociology (1997); Bachelor and Degree in Social Sciences (1996) by the same University, as well as a degree in Physical and Biological Sciences at the Porto Alegrense Faculty of Sciences and Letters (1981). Adjunct Professor, Federal University of Pelotas. The focus of research interests is linked to different approaches to contemporary social theory (systemic theory, poststructuralists, including Essex’s school discourse theory); sociology of knowledge, “Science studies”; theoretical history of the social sciences; epistemology of the social sciences.
Luciana Maria de Aragão Ballestrin
Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (2003), Master’s degree in Political Science from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (2006) and Doctor’s degree in Political Science from the Federal University of Minas Gerais (2010), making a sandwich Doctorate degree at the University of Coimbra (2008). She was Assistant Professor at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (2009-2011). She is currently Associate Professor 2 of Political Science at the International Relations Course and at the Postgraduate Program in Political Science at the Federal University of Pelotas. He has experience in Political Science with emphasis and interest in: Contemporary Political and Democratic Theory, Southern Theories, Postcolonial and decolonial Studies, Civil Society, Violence and Control of Weapons.
Rosangela Marione Schulz
She holds a bachelor’s degree in history from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (1988), a master’s degree (1996) and a Docto’s degree (2003) in Political Science from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. She is currently an associate professor at the Institute of Sociology and Politics of the Federal University of Pelotas and Coordinator of the Specialization in Sociology and Politics. He has experience in Political Science, with emphasis on Political Theory, working mainly in the following themes: democracy, participation and political representation, social movements, civil society, municipal councils, media and politics, gender. She is coordinator of the Graduate Program in Political Science of the Federal University of Pelotas.
William Daldegan de Freitas
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Collab Teachers of PPGCPol
Felipe Corral de Freitas
Has a Bachelor of Social Sciences (2010) and a Master’s degree in Political Science (2013), Federal University of Pelotas. Doctorate degree in Political Science from the University of Brasília (2018). Currently conducts Post-Doctoral stage in Political Science at the Federal University of Pelotas. Has experience in the field of Political Science, working with ontological, philosophical, theoretical and epistemological aspects of Laclau and Mouffe’s Discourse Theory, as well
as related to the post-foundationalism and post-structuralism, still works with themes that keep connection with the political and ideological behavior of brazilian political parties, emphasizing their relations established by elements constituted antagonistically.
Luis Gustavo Teixeira da Silva
He holds a degree in Sociology from the University of Uruguay’s Republic (1990), a Master’s degree in Sociology from the State University of Campinas (1997) and a Doctor’s degree in Sociology from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (2006). He is currently Adjunct Professor at the Federal University of Pelotas, working in the Postgraduate Program in Sociology and in the Postgraduate Program in Political Science. Has deepened his studies in the area of Sociology of Work researching the following topics: Productive Restructuring, Flexibility, Working Class and New ethics of capitalism. Currently, they are developing researches on the Naval Pole in the city of Rio Grande / RS, being one of the coordinators of NEPN (Nucleus of Studies about the Naval Pole). He is one of the coordinators of the Research Group: Organizational changes and new subjectivities in the world of work, registered in the Directory of Research Groups of CNPq. He also coordinates the Study Group: Work and social classes in sociological research, based at the Federal University of Pelotas. Another area of activity is in the Methodology of Research in Social Sciences, both in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and in the presentation of works in events and in the publication of articles.