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Peru Conference Programme 18-02-10

Peru Conference Programme 18-02-10

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Published by Martin Tanaka
THE LATIN AMERICAN CENTRE - UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD - ST ANTONY’S COLLEGE, OXFORD
Conference: Peruvian Democracy, Old Problems, New Challenges
Dahrendorf Room, St Antony’s College Thursday 18th/Friday 19th March, 2010

Peru faces two key rounds of elections: the regional and municipal elections of November 2010 and the presidential elections of April 2011. These are likely to reveal the fissures in Peruvian politics, reflecting regional divides and disparities that have grown despite recent years of economic growth. Political disenchantment is widespread and instances of protest common. The conference will re-examine the workings of democratic institutions and practices in Peru, bringing together top scholars from Peru and elsewhere to discuss the ways in which the past has shaped the options of both the present and the future. It will examine the causes of social protest and how this expresses itself through both formal and informal political institutions. It will also explore the implications for state policy, both now and for the future.

Conference Organiser: John Crabtree, Latin American Centre
THE LATIN AMERICAN CENTRE - UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD - ST ANTONY’S COLLEGE, OXFORD
Conference: Peruvian Democracy, Old Problems, New Challenges
Dahrendorf Room, St Antony’s College Thursday 18th/Friday 19th March, 2010

Peru faces two key rounds of elections: the regional and municipal elections of November 2010 and the presidential elections of April 2011. These are likely to reveal the fissures in Peruvian politics, reflecting regional divides and disparities that have grown despite recent years of economic growth. Political disenchantment is widespread and instances of protest common. The conference will re-examine the workings of democratic institutions and practices in Peru, bringing together top scholars from Peru and elsewhere to discuss the ways in which the past has shaped the options of both the present and the future. It will examine the causes of social protest and how this expresses itself through both formal and informal political institutions. It will also explore the implications for state policy, both now and for the future.

Conference Organiser: John Crabtree, Latin American Centre

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THE LATIN AMERICAN CENTRE
 
UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD
 
ST ANTONY
S COLLEGE
,
OXFORD OX
2
 
6
JF
,
UK
 
Peruvian Democracy: Old Problems, New Challenges
Dahrendorf Room, St Antony’s College
 Thursday 18
th
 /Friday 19
th
March, 2010 (Week 9)Peru faces two key rounds of elections: the regional and municipal elections of November2010 and the presidential elections of April 2011.These are likely to reveal the fissures in Peruvian politics, reflecting regional divides anddisparities that have grown despite recent years of economic growth. Politicaldisenchantment is widespread and instances of protest common.The conference will re-examine the workings of democratic institutions and practices inPeru, bringing together top scholars from Peru and elsewhere to discuss the ways in whichthe past has shaped the options of both the present and the future. It will examine thecauses of social protest and how this expresses itself through both formal and informalpolitical institutions. It will also explore the implications for state policy, both now and for thefuture.Conference Organiser: John Crabtree, Latin American CentreProvisional Conference Outline
Thursday 18
th
March
2.30pm-6.00pm
John Crabtree
(Latin American Centre, University of Oxford):Introduction to the Conference
 Julio Cotler
(Instituto de Estudios Peruanos, Lima):
The Paradoxes of Development: Economic Growth, Social Malaise and
Ethnic/Regional Protest’
 Maxwell Cameron
(University of British Columbia):
‘The Weakness of Constitutionalism: Text, Power, and Exclusion in Peru’
 
Friday 19
th
March
9.30am-11.00am
Martín Tanaka
(Instituto de Estudios Peruanos, Lima):
‘Structure or Agency: the Collapse of the Party Systems in the Andean Countries’
 
Rafael Roncagliolo
(International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance/ IDEA,Lima):
‘Crisis in the Peruvian Party System’
 

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