Faculty and Staff

Paul Haber

Paul Haber

Globalization, Latin America, Environmental Politics, Social Movements

Office: LA 349
Email: paul.haber@mso.umt.edu
Office Hours:

Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11:00 - 12:30 and by appointment


Curriculum Vitae

Education

Ph.D. Columbia University, Department of Political Science, received February 1992.

Advisors: Dr. Douglas Chalmers and Dr. Alfred Stepan

M.A. The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies,

Latin American Studies and International Economics, received December 1984.

Advisor: Dr. Bruce Bagley

B.A. World College West, International Development, received June 1981.

Advisor: Dr. Elden Jacobson

Selected Publications

“Visions in Conflict: The Struggle for State Hegemony versus the Demand for Plurnationality in the Construction of 21st-Century Indigenous Autonomy in Bolivia” (co-authored with Aaron Augsburger) in Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies, forthcoming in 2017.

“De revolucionarios a colaboradores: un cuento aleccionador de la transformación de la CDP de Durango, México" in Istor núm. 64 (Spring 2016):7-33.

“Pink Tide Governments and Radical Social Movements in 21st Century Latin America: The Making of New Post-Neoliberal Regimes and Citizenships” in Tamar Groves and Inbal Ofer, Performing Citizenship: Social Movements across the Globe.  London: Routledge, 2015.

“Las relaciones entre movimientos sociales y partidos políticos en México” in Jorge Cadena-Roa y Miguel Armando López Leyva, El Partido de la Revolución Democrática (PRD): a veinte años de su fundación.  Mexico City: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 2013.

“The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade” in The Encyclopedia of U.S.- Latin American Relations.  Washington D.C.: Congressional Quarterly Press, 2011.
“Non-Governmental Organizations” in The Encyclopedia of U.S. Latin American Relations. Washington D.C.: Congressional Quarterly Press, 2011.   
“Diagnósticos opuestos sobre la izquierda latinoamericana contemporánea” Perfiles Latinoamericanos núm. 37 (January – June 2011):139 - 154.

 “La inmigración del movimiento urbano popular a la política del partidos y electoral en México contemporáneo” Revista Mexicana de Sociología 71, núm. 2 (April – June 2009):213 - 245.

Power From Experience: Urban Popular Movements in Late 20th Century Mexico.   University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2006.

“How the New Right Governs the Last Best Place; Reflections from the 2003 Legislature”   The Montana Professor 14:1 (Fall 2003):3-12    

“Party Time? Building a Progressive Electoral Movement: A Case for the New Party” in Jill M. Bystydzienski and Steven P. Schacht, Forging Radical Alliances Across Difference: Coalition Politics for the New Millennium. Rowman & Littlefield, 2001.

“Party Time?  Building a Progressive Electoral Movement: A Case for the New Party” in Contemporary Justice Review 2:2 (Summer 1999):143-158.

"Popular Organizations," "The 1985 Mexico City Earthquake," "Superbarrio," "Import Substitution Industrialization," "Neoliberalism," all in Michael Werner, Encyclopedia of Mexico: History, Society & Culture.  Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 1998.

"Vamos por la dignidad de Durango: Un estudio de poder socio-político" in Sergio Zermeño, Movimientos Sociales y Democracia en el México de los 90s.  Mexico City: La Jornada ediciones and Centro de Investigaciones Interdiciplinarias en Humanidades, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 1997.

"Social Movements and Social Change in Latin America," Current Sociology 45:1 (Winter 1997):121-140    

"El arte de la reestructuración y sus implicaciones políticas: el caso de los movimientos urbanos populares," in Maria Lorena Cook, Kevin J. Middlebrook, and Juan Molinar Horcasitas, Las dimensiones políticas de la reestructuración económica, 333-370.  Mexico City: cal y arena, 1996.

"Identity and Political Process: Recent Trends in the Study of Latin American Social Movements," Latin American Research Review 31, no. 1 (Winter 1996):171-188.

"Political Change in Durango: The Role of National Solidarity," in Wayne Cornelius, Ann Craig and Jonathan Fox, Transforming State-Society Relations in Mexico: The National Solidarity Strategy, 255-279.  La Jolla: Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies, University of California, San Diego, 1994. 

Teaching Experience

(1) International Development (undergraduate/graduate levels)

(2) Contemporary Mexico (undergraduate level)

(3) Latin American Politics (undergraduate level)

(4) The Politics of Social Movements (undergraduate/graduate levels)

(5) U.S.-Latin American Relations (undergraduate level)

(6) International Relations (undergraduate level)

(7) Comparative Politics (undergraduate/graduate level)

(8) Cultures in Conflict: Neoliberalism in the Americas (graduate level)

(9) Capitalism and Democracy in the Americas (graduate level)

(10) Globalization (graduate level)