Roger Thayer Stone Center For Latin American Studies

Tulane University

Timothy M. Gill

Former CIPR Post-Doctoral Fellow (2016-2017)

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tgill1@tulane.edu

Timothy M. Gill’s research interests include political sociology, global/transnational sociology, comparative-historical sociology, and sociological theory. In his work, Gill has focused on U.S. democracy assistance efforts in Venezuela under the government of former President Hugo Chávez, and the Venezuelan government’s attempts to prohibit these efforts. His work has been published in academic outlets, including Sociological Forum, Current Sociology, The American Sociologist, NACLA Report on the Americas, and Third World Quarterly. He is also a co-moderator of the Washington Office on Latin America’s Venezuelan Politics and Human Rights blog, and he has published in additional public outlets, including the Washington Post Monkey Cage Blog, Cleveland Plain Dealer, World Politics Review, and Policy Trajectories, the blog of the American Sociological Association’s Comparative-Historical Section.

Gill received his PhD in Sociology from the University of Georgia in 2016 and completed a dissertation titled The State and Civil Society in Socialist Venezuela: The Case of U.S. Democracy Assistance, Venezuelan National Sovereignty, and International Cooperation Law. Gill also possesses his MA in Sociology from Cleveland State University and his BA in Sociology from John Carroll University.

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