Sullivan is Panelist at International Workshop
Assistant Professor of Government Heather Sullivan recently presented during an international workshop on “The Subnational State in Latin America: Institutions, Citizenship and Regime Type Within and Across States.” The event took place at the University of Amsterdam March 16th to 17th.
Sullivan presented “Transnational Elites and State Building in Latin America” as a member of a panel on “Administration: Transnational Actors and Delivery of Public Goods.”
The goal of the workshop was to uncover how the type and presence of subnational state institutions shapes citizenship across Latin American states. It brought together leading scholars and researchers from Latin America, Europe and the United States to “present and discuss cutting-edge, original research on spatial and temporal variation of subnational patterns within and across states.”