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Gabriel Bayarri is a Ph.D.candidate in the Departments of Anthropology at two universities (cotutelle agreement): Macquarie University and the Complutense University of Madrid (where he was nominated as honorific collaborator). His research focuses on the sociology of the violence and the construction of the rhetoric and identities of the far-right political movements.  During the last 9 years, Gabriel has worked the Latin American context, specifically the case of Brazil and its post-colonial structure of power.

Keywords: political anthropology; Brazil; Latin American studies; Spain; sociology of the violence; radical-right populism.

Education/Academic qualification

Anthropology, Master of Research, Universidade Federal Fluminense

Mar 2013Jun 2015

Award Date: 10 Jun 2015

Sociology and Anthropology, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - Cotutelle agreement, Macquarie University

2 Dec 20182 Dec 2020

External positions

City Councilor (elected position) - Local Parliament of Valdemorillo (Madrid), Spain

Jun 2015Feb 2018

Tutor (Public security) - Federal University of Fluminense: Rio de Janeiro, BR

Jul 2014Dec 2014

Researcher - Institute of Comparative Studies in Institutional Administration of Conflicts: Rio de Janeiro, BR

Mar 2013Mar 2015

Intern Researcher - United Nations: Rio de Janeiro, BR

Sep 2012Apr 2013


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