Profesor Adjunto, Departamento De Humanidades, Universidad De San Andres, Victoria, Argentina (Promoted to Profesor Adjunto July 2003)

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1 Robert J. Barros, Profesor Adjunto

Departamento de Humanidades Universidad de San Andrés Vito Dumas 284

1644 Victoria, Argentina (54-11)-4725-7004

e-mail: barros@udesa.edu.ar

I. Education

Ph.D., 1996, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill., Political Science

Dissertation: "By Reason and Force: Military Constitutionalism in Chile (1973-1989)." Directed by Adam Przeworski, Jon Elster and Bernard Manin

M.A., 1983, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill., Political Science

Thesis: "Capitalists' Organization and Nationalism in Catalonia (1898-1923).” Directed by Aristide Zolberg

B.A., 1980, Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio, Political Economy

Study Abroad: Pontificia Universidad Católica, Lima, Peru, April 1976-March 1977.

Graduate-level classes at The Graduate Faculty, The New School For Social Research, New York, 1978-79.

II. Employment History and Professional Affiliations

Profesor Adjunto, Departamento De Humanidades, Universidad De San Andres, Victoria, Argentina (Promoted to Profesor Adjunto July 2003)

Visiting Professor, 7/98-6/03, Departamento De Humanidades, Universidad De San Andres, Victoria, Argentina

Research Fellow, 7/94-6/96, The Chicago Center for Democracy, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill.

Visiting Research Associate, 10/89-4/93, Facultad Latinoamericana De Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO), Santiago, Chile

III. Publications and Professional Papers: A. Book Manuscripts:

1. Constitutionalism and Dictatorship: Pinochet, the Junta and the 1980 Constitution. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002.

2. Spanish translation: La Junta Militar: Pinochet y la Constitución de 1980. Santiago: Editorial Sudamericana, 2005.

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B. Articles in Refereed Journals:

“Secrecy and Autocracy: Some Problems in the Study of Nondemocratic Regimes,” under review (revise and re-submit, presently under second review World Politics).

“Personalization and Institutional Constraints: Pinochet, the Military Junta, and the 1980 Constitution, ” Latin American Politics and Society , 43, 1, (Spring 2001): 5-28. A translated version of this article was published in Desarrollo Económico, Vol. 41, No. 161, (April-June 2001): 17-35.

"The Left and Democracy: Recent Debates in Latin America," Telos No. 68, (Summer 1986), 49-70. Translated versions of this article were published in Zona Abierta (Madrid), No. 39-40, (April-September 1986) and in Cuadernos Políticos (Mexico, D.F.), No. 52, (October-December 1987).

C. Articles appearing as Chapters in Edited Volumes:

“Courts Out of Context: Authoritarian Sources of Judicial Failure in Chile (1973-1990) and Argentina (1976-1983),” in Tom Ginsburg and Tamir Moustafa, eds. Rule By Law: The Politics of Courts in Authoritarian Regimes (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008).

“Dictatorship and the Rule of Law: Rules and Military power in Pinochet’s Chile,” in Adam Przeworski and José Maria Maravall, eds. Democracy and the Rule of Law (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003).

D. Other writings:

"Secrecy and Dictatorship: Some Problems in the Study of Authoritarian Regimes" Political Methodology Working Paper # 2, Committee on Concepts and Methods (C&M), International Political Science Association (IPSA), April 2005.

“De segundas vueltas truncadas y presidentes minoritarios,” Post Data: Revista de Reflexión y Análisis Político, no. 9, Septiembre 2003:195-197.

“Dictatorship and Constitutionalism in Pinochet’s Chile,” Documento de Trabajo # 14, Departamento de Humanidades, Universidad de San Andrés, September 1998.

"Democracy and Democratization: North and South," Working Paper #30, Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies, University of Notre Dame, 1984.

E. Works in Progress:

“Constitution-making and -breaking in South America, 1946-2000,” comparative project on determinants of institutional change and stability.

IV. Fellowships

Dissertation Fellowship, William Rainey Harper Fellowship, The University of Chicago, 9/95-6/96, to complete doctoral dissertation.

International Doctoral Research Fellowship, Joint Committee on Latin America and the Caribbean, American Council of Learned Societies and Social Science Research Council, 10/89-4/91, for doctoral research in Santiago, Chile.

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Fulbright Fellow, U.S. Department of Education, Fulbright-Hays Training Grant, 10/89-9/90, for doctoral research in Chile.

Research Travel Grant, Arthur W. and Francis E. Stadelman Traveling Scholarship Fund for

International Relations, The University of Chicago, 9/98-12/98 for pre-dissertation research in Chile. Research Travel Grant, Tinker Foundation Travel Grant, 9/98-12/98, for research in Madrid, Spain. Doctoral Fellowship, University of Chicago Unendowed Fellowship, 9/81-6/84.

V. Presentations to Professional Meetings and Seminars

“Limites estructurales del poder judicial durante los gobiernos dictatoriales: los casos de Chile y Argentina," lecture at the invitation of the Coloquio sobre Derecho, Moral y Politica, Maestria en Derecho, Universidad de Palermo, Buenos Aires, 27 June, 2007.

Invited participant, “Workshop on Constitution Building Processes,” Princeton University, Bobst Center for Peace and Justice, Woodrow Wilson School, May 17-20, 2007.

“Courts out of Context: Authoritarian Sources of Judicial Failure in Chile (1973-1990) and Argentina (1976-1983),” paper prepared for the Workshop on the Politics of Courts in Authoritarian Regimes, University of Pennsylvania Law School, Philadelphia, PA, August 30-31, 2006.

“Constitutions and constitutionalism in South America: What’s wrong with constitutions that

don’t matter?,”

paper prepared for the Second Workshop on Constitutions and Constitutionalism, Universidad de San Andrés, Victoria, Provincia de Buenos Aires, November 18-19, 2005.

“Dictadura y derecho,” lecture at the invitation of the Instituto de Ciencias Sociales, Universidad Diego Portales, Santiago, Chile, August 26, 2004.

“Problemas metodológicas en la investigación de sujetos que no quieren ser investigados: el caso del régimen militar chileno,” Seminario Abierta de Discusión, Posgrados de Historia Universidad Torcuato di Tella y Universidad de San Andrés, Buenos Aires, May 5, 2004.

“Constitution-making and -breaking in South America, 1946-2000: Are constitutions part of the problem?,” paper presented at División de Estudios Políticos, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE), Mexico, D.F., March 25, 2004.

“Constitution-making and -breaking in South America, 1946-2000: Are constitutions part of the problem?,” paper prepared for the Buenos Aires Workshop on Constitutions and Constitutionalism, Universidad de San Andrés, Victoria, Provincia de Buenos Aires, November 21-23, 2003.

“Las Disposiciones Permanentes: ¿Controles Constitucionales”o Tutelaje Militar?” paper presented at the Seminario de Historia Política de la FLACSO, Buenos Aires, October 3, 2003.

“Patterns of constitutional change and reform in South America, 1950-2000,” paper prepared for the 2001 meeting of the Latin American Studies Association, Washington DC, September 6-8, 2001. “Constitutional change and reform in Latin America,” paper prepared for the Conference on Representation and Democratic Politics in Latin America, Universidad de San Andrés, Victoria, Provincia de Buenos Aires, June 7-8, 2001.

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“Dictatorship And The Rule Of Law: Rules And Military Power In Pinochet’s Chile,” paper prepared for the Conference on Democracy and the Rule of Law, Centro de Estudios Avanzados en Ciencias Sociales, Instituto Juan March, Madrid, June 22-24, 2000.

"Dictatorship and Constitutionalism in Pinochet's Chile," paper presented at the invitation of the Sawyer Seminar on "The Military, Politics, and Society," Graduate Faculty, New School for Social Research, New York, November 18, 1997.

"Consolidation Before Transition: The Tribunal Constitucional and Regime Change in Chile (1981-1988),” paper presented at the 1996 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, California, August 29-September 1, 1996.

"Even if a Thousand Conversations Bloom, Will We Still be Forced to Choose?," paper presented at TheConference on Deliberative Democracy, Chicago Center for Democracy, University of Chicago, April 28-30, 1995.

"¿Existe una contribución pos-Marxista a la teoria democrática,?" paper presented at the Seminar on

Modernity and Modernization in Latin America, Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales, Santiago, Chile, October 1991.

"A Democratic Past, Strong Political Parties, But No Transition to Democracy: The Paradox of Chile Explored," paper presented at the Latin American Studies Association XIV International Congress, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 1988.

VI. Courses Taught

El Fenómeno Político Sistemática de la Política II Ética Política

Teoría Política Contemporánea Historia del Pensamiento Político II Teoría Democrática

Teoría de la Justicia Fundamentos del Estado

VI. University and Professional Service Articles Reviewed for Journals:

Comparative Studies in International Development, 2001 Desarrollo Económico, 2003

Latin American Politics and Society, 2002, 2003, 2005 Law and Society Review, 2004, 2005

World Politics, 2008

Grant Proposals Reviewed for National Funding Organizations:

Fondo Nacional de Investigación Cientifica y Tecnologica (Fondecyt), Santiago, Chile, 2002 Administrative Work in Department and University Committees:

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Hewlett Grant Committee, Universidad de San Andrés, 2001-2005

Faculty Senate Representative to Consejo Superior, Universidad de San Andrés, 2004-2006 Department Chair, Departamento de Humanidades, Universidad de San Andrés, 2006-present Member Consejo Superior, Universidad de San Andrés, 2006-present

Member Cuerpo Directivo, Maestría en Periodismo, Universidad de San Andrés/Grupo Clarín, 2006-present

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