Florencia I. Gabriele

Florencia Gabriele is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Political Science. She focuses her studies in the areas of Democratization and Political Economy and has a geographical interest in the area of Latin America.

Teaching Experience:
She has taught International Relations, Globalization and International Affairs, and Intergovernmental Organizations at the Political Science Department and the College of Professional Studies.

She has also served as a Teaching Assistant for the following classes:

Graduate level:
Comparative Political Parties and Electoral Systems, Democratization: The Fundamentals

Undergraduate level:
International Law, International Conflict and Negotiation, Introduction to International Affairs, Comparative Politics, Introduction to International Relations

At Brandeis University she served as a Teaching Assistant for the following classes: Money and Banking (undergraduate level), Global Economic Environment (graduate level), Fall 2004 International Trade (undergraduate level), and International Finance (undergraduate level).

Florencia also served as a Senior Trainer for the Global Pact for Activism and Cross Cultural Training (GPACT) at Rhodes University in Grahamstown, South Africa.

Florencia has served as a Research Associate at the Center for the Study of Democracy since 2006, where she conducted research and data analysis for books, articles and conferences. She has also done research at the Friedrich Wilhelms University in Bonn, Germany.

Florencia is fluent in English, German and Spanish.