Dr. Julio Carrión
Julio Carrión, PhD (University of Pittsburgh, 1993) joined the Department in 1998. He specializes in Latin American and Comparative Politics. He is currently conducting research on mass support for authoritarian alternatives in Latin America. He teaches courses in Latin American Politics and data analysis for political science. Professor Carrión currently serves as Director of the Center for Global and Area Studies. Professor Carrión is on sabbatical leave during 2014-2015.
"Presidential Support in an Context of Crisis and Recovery in Peru, 1985-2008," (co-authored with Moises Arce). Forthcoming in the Journal of Politics in Latin America.
Cultura Politica de la Democracia en el Perú, 2008: El Impacto de la Gobernabilidad. (Political Culture of Democracy in Peru, 2008: The Impact of Governance) Lima: Vanderbilt University-Instituto de Estudios Peruanos, 2009 (co-authored with Patricia Zárate).
"Peru's Confidence Gap." Americas Quarterly, Summer 2009.
"The Persistent Attraction of Populism in the Andes." In Richard Millet, Jennifer Holmes y Orlando Pérez (editors), Latin American Democracy: Emergent Reality or Endangered Species? New York: Routledge, 2008.