Dr Lucy Taylor

BA Prifysgol Llundain, Queen Mary, MPhil Prifysgol Glasgow, PhD Prifysgol Manceinion

Dr Lucy Taylor

Uwch Ddarlithydd mewn Astudiaethau America Ladin

Manylion Cyswllt

Please note: The Welsh version of this profile contains additional or more detailed information.

Proffil

Mae Lucy yn astudio America Ladin (arbennigwr yn yr Ariannin) ac yn gweithio dros goloneiddio a dinasyddiaeth ym Mhatagagonia y Gymru gymraeg. Mae'n weithgar iawn ym maes astudiaethau Lladin Americanaidd. Hi yw cyd-olygydd y Bulletin of Latin American Research a Chyfres Llyfrau'r BLAR, yn aelod o banel British Academy Latin American and Caribbean ac mi roedd hi'n Lywydd y Gymdeithas Astudiaethau Lladin Americanaidd (SLAS) (2011-13) sef y gymdeithas academaidd fwyaf i'r sawl sy'n ymwneud â Lladin America yn Ewrop. Mae Lucy'n siarad Saesneg, Sbaeneg a Chymraeg.

Dysgu

Oriau Swydda (Amseroedd Cyswllt Myfyrwyr)

  • Dydd Llun 1.30-2.30
  • Dydd Iau 11.30-12.30

Cyhoeddiadau

Taylor, L 2017, 'Welsh–Indigenous Relationships in Nineteenth Century Patagonia: ‘Friendship’ and the Coloniality of Power' Journal of Latin American Studies, vol 49, no. 1, 6, pp. 143-168. DOI: 10.1017/S0022216X16000353
Taylor, L 2013, 'Decolonizing citizenship: Reflections on the coloniality of power in Argentina' Citizenship Studies, vol 17, no. 5, pp. 596-610. DOI: 10.1080/13621025.2013.818375
Taylor, L 2013, Is democracy a good idea? in J Edkins & M Zehfuss (eds), Global Politics: A New Introduction. 2nd edn, Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, pp. 289-313.
Taylor, LFA 2012, 'Decolonizing International Relations: Perspectives from Latin America' International Studies Review, vol 14, no. 3, pp. 386-400. DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-2486.2012.01125.x
Taylor, L 2012, Race and Coloniality in Argentina: The Invisibility of Colour. in Rethinking the Modern: Colonialism, Empire, and Slavery. British Sociological Association, Rethinking the Modern: Colonialism, Empire, and Slavery, Birmingham, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, 2011.
Taylor, LFA 2010, 'Re-founding Representation: Wider, Broader, Closer, Deeper' Political Studies Review, vol 8, no. 2, pp. 169-179. DOI: 10.1111/j.1478-9302.2009.00189.x
Taylor, L 2005, Citizenship and Political Culture: The Political Agent and the natural Hierarchy. in MA Calderón Mólgora, W Assies & T Salman (eds), Citizenship, Political Culture and State Transformation in Latin America. Dutch University Press, Amsterdam, pp. 241-260.
Taylor, L & Wilson, F 2004, 'The Messiness of Everyday Life: Exploring Key Themes in Latin American Citizenship Studies Introduction' Bulletin of Latin American Research, vol 23, no. 2, pp. 154-164. DOI: 10.1111/blar.2004.23.issue-2
Taylor, L 2004, 'Client-ship and Citizenship in Latin America' Bulletin of Latin American Research, vol 23, no. 2, pp. 213-227. DOI: 10.1111/j.1470-9856.2004.00105.x
Taylor, L 2002, Ciudadana y Cultura Politica: El agente politico y la jerarquia natural. in MA Calderón Mólgora, W Assies & T Salman (eds), Ciudadanía, cultura política y reforma del Estado en América Latina. El Colegio de Michoacán, A.C., Zamora, pp. 335-353.
Taylor, L 1999, 'Textbook citizens: Education for democracy and political culture in el Salvador' Democratization, vol 6, no. 3, pp. 62-83. DOI: 10.1080/13510349908403621
Taylor, L 1999, Market Forces and Moral Imperatives: The professionalization of social activism in Latin America. in J Grugel (ed.), Democracy without Borders: Transationalization and conditionality in new democracies. Studies in European Political Science, Taylor & Francis, pp. 138-156.
Taylor, L 1999, 'Globalization and Civil Society—Continuities, Ambiguities, and Realities in Latin America' Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, vol 7, no. 1, pp. 269-295.
Taylor, L 1997, The Citizen, Her Sovereignty and Democratization: Lessons from Chile. in L Brace & J Hoffman (eds), Reclaiming Sovereignty. Octopus Publishing Group, London, pp. 155-170.
Taylor, L 1995, Still in the Ghetto: challenging the regional in Latin American Politics. in R Lekhi (ed.), The State of the Academy: New Reflections on Political Studies. NetworkPress, pp. 135-143.