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Kathleen Bruhn is a leading expert on the Mexican Left. Her first book, Taking on Goliath, analyzes the emergence and early consolidation of the primary Left party in Mexico, the PRD. She is also the author, with Daniel C. Levy, of a textbook on Mexican politics, Mexico: The Struggle for Democratic Development. She has lived for extended periods in both Mexico and Brazil. She has three times won fellowships to write at the Center for U.S.-Mexico Studies at UCSD and once won a fellowship at the Kellogg Center at the University of Notre Dame, also to write. Her research has been supported by the Stanford Institute for International Studies, the MacArthur Foundation, the UC Council on Research, the UC Faculty Senate, and the Institute for Social and Behavioral Research at UCSB. She is currently an associate professor of political science at UCSB.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Protest movements -- Mexico -- Mexico City -- Case studies.
Protest movements -- Brazil -- Säao Paulo -- Case studies.
Municipal officials and employees -- Labor unions -- Latin America -- Political activity -- Cross-cultural studies.
Citizens' associations -- Latin America -- Cross-cultural studies.
Political parties -- Mexico -- Mexico City.
Political parties -- Brazil -- Säao Paulo.
Mexico City (Mexico) -- Politics and government.
Säao Paulo (Brazil) -- Politics and government.