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Tamara Ortega Uribe

University of Chile

Received Sylff fellowship in 2014.
Academic achievements, social engagement initiatives:
I obtained Fulbright BIO scholarship 2017 for doctoral studies in United States. Also currently I'm director of Emerge Foundation which works to social and political organizations through Chile and I'm teaching political sociology in a public University.
Current affiliation: University of Playa Ancha, Valparaíso

I am Sociologist from the University of Valparaíso (2011). Master in History from the University of Chile (2017). I have studied two Diploma in Latin America: Society, Culture and Politics, at the University of Chile and in World Politics, by the University of Santiago de Chile. In 2014, I obtained two scholarship abroad where I studied: 1) 'International Course on Socioecological Systems Management to support Decision Making', at the Autonomous University of Mexico (Mexico); 2) 'Sociohistorical Studies, State and Power' at the University of Buenos Aires (Argentina); 3) 'International Course in Political Ecology', at the National University of General Sarmiento (Argentina). The areas of study in which I have developed from research and teaching in the last 3 years are: History of the State, History of public policies. Environmental Policies of copper mining. Historical Sociology. In addition, I have done teaching in Sociology, History and other areas. Nowadays I'm teaching at University and I prepare submission to doctoral studies.

Linkedin: Tamara Ortega Uribe

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