Felipe Colla De Amorim
Felipe Colla de Amorim is a PhD candidate at the Institute for History. His research investigates the role of Latin American actors in shaping the global order, as part of the Invisihist Project (“Challenging the Liberal World Order from Within: The Invisible History of the United Nations and the Global South”).
Felipe Colla De Amorim is a PhD student at the Institute for History, Leiden University. He is a member of the Cold War Studies Research Group (FFLCH-USP/CNPq) and holds an MA in History from the University of São Paulo. He completed his Bachelor's degree in International Relations (PUC-SP, 2014) and Journalism (FCL, 2013). Prior to joining graduate school, Felipe has collaborated with reports for Brazil’s National Truth Commission (2013-14) and co-authored the book ‘À Espera da Verdade – histórias de civis que fizeram a ditadura militar’ (São Paulo: Alameda, 2016). Felipe has previously written on topics such as corporate complicity during the Brazilian military dictatorship, human rights, transitional justice, cold war, and the history of social sciences in Latin America.
- Colla De Amorim F., Sion V. & Machado R. (2022), Accountability for Volkswagen's role in the Brazilian dictatorship. In: Payne L.A., Bernal-Bermúdez L. & Pereira G. (Eds.) Economic actors and the limits of transitional justice: truth and justice for business complicity in human rights violations. Proceedings of the British Academy no. 241 London: Oxford University Press. 74-95.
- Colla de Amorim F. (2021), 'The Birth of a Discipline': the Ford-Iuperj grant agreement and the modernization of political science in Brazil (1967-1973). São Paulo, Brazil, (University of São Paulo). [other].
- Colla de Amorim F., Machado R.C., Sion V.L., Monteleone J. & Sereza H.C. (Eds.) (2016), À espera da verdade. Empresários, juristas e elite transacional: histórias de civis que fizeram a ditadura militar. São Paulo, Brazil: Alameda.
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