Editorial Team

The Latin American Human Rights Studies (LAHRS) organizes its workflow according to the following roles and duties. Our journal has a permanent editor-in-chief and editorial board. In contrast, the thematic section organizers, executive board and reviewers vary every volume. 

 

  • PERMANENT EDITORIAL TEAM
    • Editor-in-chief:
      • Heitor Pagliaro - Federal University of Goias (Brazil)
    • Editorial Board:
      • Antonio Carrillo – Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México e Universidad Pedagógica Nacional (Mexico)
      • Aida Monteiro – Federal University of Pernambuco (Brazil)
      • Barbara Henry - Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna di Pisa (Italy)
      • Clodoaldo Meneguello Cardoso - Sao Paulo State University (Brazil)
      • Eduardo Bittar – University of Sao Paulo (Brazil)
      • Gustavo Zambrano Chávez - Catholic University of Peru
      • Karine de Souza Silva - Federal University of Santa Catarina (Brazi)
      • Luiz Eduardo Soares - Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
      • Magdalena Ines Correa Henao - Universidad Externado de Colombia
      • Milton Meira – University of Sao Paulo (Brazil)
      • Olga Pombo - University of Coimbra (Portugal)
      • Paulo Carbonari - Berthier Institute (Brazil)
      • Solon Eduardo Annes Viola - Unisinos (Brazil)
      • Victoria Kandel - Universidad de Buenos Aires (Argentina)

 

  • COMPLETE EDITORIAL TEAM BY VOLUME

 

 

  • ROLES AND DUTIES
    • Editor-in-chief: directs the whole journal.
    • Editorial board: gives support and consultancy to the editor-in-chief regarding fundamental topics of the journal.
    • Thematic Section Organizer: proposes and manages the workflow of the thematic section and is responsible for suggesting reviewers and choosing the team member for the thematic section.
    • Executive board: responsible for the routine workflow of the journal such as translation, proofreading, editing, formatting, communicating with authors and other administrative tasks.
    • Reviewers: invited scholars that provide a high-quality scientific assessment of the submitted articles based on the double-blind peer review system.