M.Sc. Global Studies – A European Perspective from Roskilde University and M.A. Global Studies from Leipzig University.  I also have an in fieri degree go M.A. in Social Sciences with an specialization in History and Philosophy from Universidad Francisco Marroquín (the thesis is pending).  My undergraduate degree was a B.A. in International Relations with specialization in International Commerce from Universidad Francisco Marroquín.

My scholarly work develops across the disciplines of global studies, urban history, sociology, international relations, Objectivist philosophy and global history. My research has been published in a variety of social science magazines and journals, including The National Catholic Reporter, Comparative Studies in Society and History, Journal of Modern Italian Studies, etc. I have written non-scholarly articles for online blogs since 2005.

My M.Sc. research was related to the Libertarian Free Cities in a global studies focus. I also have examined how cultural and national identities are constructed through conflicting collective memories in a political and cultural environment defined by historically changing borders and discourses in Guinea-Bissau and India.

After my MA from Leipzig University, I have engaged various areas of research. I write and publish on urban history and city-building from a Global Studies perspective. Currently I am living in Guatemala.

This website is a way for me to collect and share information about my teaching, research,  career and future plans.

Feel free to e-mail me with any questions or comments at guillermopinedarodas [at] gmail [dot] com.

 

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