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1 CURRICULUM VITAE Philip J. Williams Director, Center for Latin American Studies and Professor of Political Science and Latin American Studies University of Florida ADDRESS: Center for Latin American Studies TEL: (352) 392-0375 319 Grinter Hall FAX: (352) 392-7682 P.O. Box 115530 EMAIL: [email protected] University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32611-5530 POSITIONS HELD 2009- Director, Center for Latin American Studies, University of Florida. 2004-07 Chair, Department of Political Science, University of Florida. 2002- Co-Director, Latin American Immigrants in the New South Project, Center for Latin American Studies, University of Florida. 2000- Professor of Political Science, University of Florida. 2002 Visiting Professor of Political Science, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Peru. 1999-2003 Director, Rockefeller Residential Fellowships Program, Center for Latin American Studies, University of Florida. 1998-2002 Associate Chair, Department of Political Science, University of Florida. 1993-2000 Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Florida. 1989-93 Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Florida. 1991-92 Visiting Professor of Political Science, Universidad Centroamericana, El Salvador. 1987-89 Assistant Professor of Political Science, Northeast Missouri State University. EDUCATION 1986 D. Phil, Politics, University of Oxford. 1984 M.Phil, Latin American Studies, University of Oxford. 1981 B.A., Political Science, University of California, Los Angeles. RESEARCH GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS Department of Education, Title VI, National Resource Center and Foreign Language and Area Studies grants (2010-2014). UF Center for Latin American Studies ($1,786,120). Principal Investigator. Ford Foundation Grant (2010-2011) “Institute for the Study of Immigration, Religion and Social Change in the US South” ($200,000). Co -Principal Investigator. University of Florida Research Foundation Professorship (2009-2012)
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2 National Science Foundation (2009) - "Doctoral Dissertation Research: Do Courts Matter? Institutional Arrangements, Judicial Impact and the Attitude of Brazilian Federal Agencies Toward Court Decisions" ($11,960). Principal Investigator (Co-PI: Iran Rodrigues). Ford Foundation Grant (2007-2009) “Latin American Immigrants in the New South: Religion and the Politics of Encounter” ($450,000). Principal Investigator. Ford Foundation Grant (2005-2006) "Latino Immigrants in the New South: Lived Religion, Space and Power" ($150,000). Principal Investigator. U.S. Department of Justice (2005-2007) “Leadership and Public Service Mentoring Program” ($148,000). Co-Principal Investigator. National Science Foundation (2004) - “US -Argentina Dissertation Research: Market and Non- Market Factors in Argentine Immigration Policy: 1973- 1999” ($17,370). Principal Investigator (Co-PI: Julia Albarracín). Ford Foundation Grant (2003-2005) - "Latino Immigrants in Florida: Lived Religion, Space and Power" ($550,000). Principal Investigator.
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