Visiting Scholar at Emory Sociology
Office: B05 Tarbutton Hall
- Doctor en Ciencias Sociales, Suma Cum Laude, Universidad de Buenos Aires, 2009
- Maestría en Ciencias Sociales, México, Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales, 2002
- Licenciado en Sociología, Universidad de Buenos Aires, 2000
Agustin Santella is a Visiting Scholar at Sociology Department of Emory University backed by a CONICET International Fellowship. His lines of research are related to labor collective action, social conflicts, and historical sociology based on Latin American case studies.
He has recently published “Labor Conflict and Capitalist Hegemony. The case of Argentinian auto industry 1990-2007” (Haymarket 2017). He is starting a new research project on Labor Mobilization in Argentina, Brazil and Mexico since 1980s, supported by Science and Technology Minister of Argentina (2017-2020).
He received his PhD in Social Sciences (Doctorado en Ciencias Sociales) from the Universidad de Buenos Aires (2009) and Master’s Degree from FLACSO México (2002).
He is a Full Time Researcher at the National Council of Science and Technology (CONICET) in Argentina and at the “Gino Germani” Research Institute, Universidad de Buenos Aires.