Coline Chevrin

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Research Interests

  • Space and society, urban conflicts and social mobilization, social and solidarity economy, latin american thinking and decolonialism, development alternatives.

After a Master’s Degree in Territorial Policies for Sustainable Development, Coline Chevrin specialized in territorial and development studies. She was an assistant professor and researcher in Argentina in the Universidad Nacional de Rosario, for the “Space and Society” course at the Department of Political Science and International Relations.

She was also part of the team in charge of creating the most recent National University in Argentina, the Universidad Nacional de Rafaela, and was involved in the preparation of the strategic plan of the institution. She was adjunct professor for the courses “University, society and knowledge” and “Contemporary issues” for the first cohort of students of the University.

Her work focuses on the development models of Latin American cities, especially in Rosario Argentina, and on their impact on the territory. She specifically studies local mobilizations and development alternatives from a de-colonial perspective.