Cora Fernandez Anderson’s research explores social mobilization as a possible path towards social change. She has conducted research on human rights movements demanding justice for human rights abuses and their role in the implementation of accountability mechanisms. She is currently researching abortion reform in the Southern Cone focusing on the role of women’s movements and their impact on government policy. She teaches courses on Latin American politics, theories of social movements, human rights movements and sexual and reproductive rights in Latin America.
Cora Fernandez Anderson
Assistant Professor of Politics