Bernardo Mançano Fernandes Versão em português
Area Panel - Humanities and Social Sciences
Bachelor, Master and PhD in Geography at the University of São Paulo. Professor of Graduate Program in Geography (Presidente Prudente campus) and Graduate Program in Territorial Development in Latin America and the Caribbean (São Paulo campus) at UNESP (São Paulo State University) and is chair holder UNESCO Chair in Territorial Development and Education for the Countryside at UNESP. Founder of the Center for Agrarian Reform Study, Research and Projects (NERA) and is coordinator of the DATALUTA Territorial Brazilian Network. Was president of the Association of Brazilian Geographers.
Researcher Fellow for Scientific Productivity of National Council for Scientific and Technological Development - CNPq (Level 1B).
Post-doctorate in Latin American Studies at the University of South Florida, visiting Scholar at the Universidad Andina Simón Bolivar (Ecuador), Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Universidade Nacional de Santiago del Estero (Argentina), Universidad de La República (Uruguai), Universidad Academia de Humanismo Cristiano (Chile), Universidad de Caldas (Colômbia), Stanford University and Cardiff University.
Member of the FAO/CLACSO Special Group "Innovation in Food and Nutrition Security Policies", Member of the research group Initiatives in Critical Agrarian Studies (ICAS) of International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), in the Netherlands. Member of the Steering Committee of the Latin American Council for Social Sciences.
Member of editorial board of the NERA Journal and Journal of Peasant Studies. Also coordinates the editorial board of the book collections: “Voices of the Countryside” and “Agrarian Change & Peasant Studies” at the UNESP Publicher.