Jorge Nállim

Chair of the History Honours Program

Professor

Coordinator, Interdisciplinary Research Cluster on Power And Resistance in Latin America

Office: 405 Fletcher Argue Building
Email: Jorge.Nallim@umanitoba.ca
Telephone: (204) 474-6387

EDUCATION

PhD, University of Pittsburgh
M.A., University of Pittsburgh
Certificate in Latin American Studies, University of Pittsburgh
Licenciado, History, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo
Profesor, History, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Modern Latin America and Argentina, liberalism, anti-Fascism, anti-Peronism; intellectual, cultural, and social history; comparative political culture.
Workshop: Human Rights Memories and Legacies: The Argentine Military Coup of 1976, March 2016

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

I-BOOKS, MONOGRAPHS, AND CO-EDITED JOURNAL VOLUMES

Transformations and Crisis of Liberalism in Argentina, 1930-1955. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2012.
    
Edition in Spanish: Transformación y crisis del liberalismo. Su desarrollo en Argentina en el período 1930-1955. Buenos Aires: Editorial Gedisa, 2014.

Las raíces del antiperonismo. Orígenes históricos e ideológicos.  Buenos Aires: Capital Intelectual, 2014.

Jorge Nállim, David M.K. Sheinin, and Jessica Stites Mor, eds. “New Directions in Twentieth-Century Argentine Political History.” Special issue of Estudios Interdisciplinarios de América Latina y el Caribe 25, no. 1 (2014).

Jorge Nállim and Kregar, Shirley. After Latin American Studies: A Guide to Graduate Study and Employment for Latin Americanists. Revised Edition, Latin American Monographs and Document Series #10, 164 pp. Pittsburgh: Center for Latin American Studies/University of Pittsburgh, 2000.

II-ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS IN BOOKS (* = refereed publications)

*-“How (and what) to remember? Spaces for Memory in Post-Dictatorship Argentina.” Chapter submitted for the book edited by Adam Muller, Andrew Woolford and Karen Busby, The Idea of a Human Rights Museum. Forthcoming, Winnipeg, University of Manitoba Press.

*-“Local Struggles, Transnational Connections: Latin American Intellectuals and the Congress for Cultural Freedom.” In Tina Chen and David Churchill, eds, The Material of World History. Forthcoming, Routledge.

-Entries on “Colegio Libre de Estudios Superiores” and “Argentina Libre-…Antinazi,” in Samuel Amaral and Carolina Barry (eds.), Diccionario del Peronismo. Forthcoming, Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero/Fondo de Cultura Económica.

*-“Introduction.” In collaboration with David M.K. Sheinin and Jessica Stites Mor. In “New Directions in Twentieth-Century Argentine Political History,” special issue of Estudios Interdisciplinarios de América Latina y el Caribe. 25, no. 1 (2014): 9-15. 

*-“Between the Local and the Transnational: New Historiographical Approaches on Argentine Political History, 1930 to 1940s.” In “New Directions in Twentieth-Century Argentine Political History,” special issue of Estudios Interdisciplinarios de América Latina y el Caribe. 25, no. 1 (2014): 103-120.

*-“Debates hacia adentro: las ideas económicas del frente antifascista liberal en Argentina, 1939-1943.” Sociohistórica. Cuadernos del Centro de Investigaciones Históricas (second semester, 2012): 35-65.

*-“Redes transnacionales, antiperonismo y Guerra Fría: los orígenes de la Asociación Argentina por la Libertad de la Cultura.” Prismas. Revista de Historia Intelectual (Universidad Nacional de Quilmes, Buenos Aires, Argentina), no. 16 (2012): 121-141.  

*- “Indigenous Control Over Health Care in the Midst of Neo-Liberal Reforms in Colombia: An Uneasy Balance.” In collaboration with Dr. Javier Mignone (Faculty of Human Ecology, University of Manitoba) and John Harold Gómez Vargas. Studies on Political Economy. A Socialist Review, no. 87 (Spring 2011): 93-107.

*-“Clase y género en la representación gráfica del discurso antiperonista” (Class and gender in the graphic representation of the anti-Peronist discourse) Cuadernos Americanos, no. 133 (July-September 2010): 43-73.

-“The Many Shades of the Rightist Spectrum. Notes on Fascism and the Right in Argentina, Brazil, and Chile after 1945.” Diálogos. Revista do Departamento de História e do Programa de Pós-Graduação em Historia-Universidad Estadual de Maringá (Maringá, PR, Brazil) 13, no. 1 (2009): 83-94.

*- “An Unbroken Loyalty in Turbulent Times: La Prensa and Liberalism in Argentina, 1930-1946.” Estudios Interdisciplinarios de América Latina y el Caribe 20, no. 2 (July-December 2009): 35-62.
*-“Between Free Trade and Economic Dictatorship: Radicals, Socialists, and the Politics of Economic Liberalism in Argentina, 1930-1943.” Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies 33, no. 65 (2008): 137- 172.

*- “Del antifascismo al antiperonismo: Argentina Libre, ...Antinazi y el surgimiento del antiperonismo político e intellectual.” In  Marcela García Sebastiani, ed., Fascismo/antifascismo, peronismo/antiperonismo: Conflictos políticos e ideológicos en Argentina, 1930-1955, 77-105. Madrid: Editorial Iberoamericana/Vervuert, 2006.

*-. “De los intereses gremiales a la lucha política: la Sociedad Argentina De Escritores (SADE), 1928-1946.” Prismas. Revista de Historia Intelectual 7, no. 7 (2003): 117-138.

*-“Movilización política negra y transición política: un estudio comparativo sobre Brasil, Colombia y República 

COURSES TAUGHT

2017-2018
HIST 1370 Introduction to Modern World History: 1500-1800
HIST 1380 Introduction to Modern World History: 1800-Present
HIST 2140 Colonial Latin America
HIST 3020 South America since 1945

2016-2017
HIST 1370 Introduction to Modern World History: 1500-1800
HIST 2150 Independent Latin America
HIST 3740 Topics in Latin American History: Revolutions in Latin America
HIST 4310/7770 Topics in Social History: Atlantic World

2015-2016
HIST 1370 Introduction to Modern World History, 1500-1800
HIST 4000/7772 Cultural Cold War/The Cold War: Culture, Ideology, and Power

2014-2015
HIST 1500 Introduction to Modern World History, 1500-Present
HIST 2150 Independent Latin America
HIST 4150 The Social History of the Latin American State (1492-2005)
HIST 7240 State and Society in Latin America

2013-2014
HIST 1380 Introduction to Modern World History: 1800-Present
HIST 2140 Colonial Latin America
HIST 3740 Topics in Latin American History: Revolutions in Latin America

2012-2013
HIST 1380 An Introduction to Modern World History: 1800-Present
HIST 2140 Colonial Latin America

HIST 4000/HIST 7772 Imperialism, Revolution, Democracy:  Latin American History since the Cuban Revolution

2011-2012
HIST 1370 Modern World History, 1500-1800
HIST 2150 Independent Latin America
HIST 4150/7240 The Social History of the Latin American State, 1492-2005