Andres Barrera Gonzales

Specialization: Political Science, Social Anthropology
Location: Spain
Activity: Professor of University, Lecturer

Andres is a professor of Complutense University of Madrid and has been for more than 25 years as of 2015. He has a PhD in Political Science and Social Anthropology. He is also a member of the editorial / scientific committee of the following journals: Ethnologie Française, Etnográfica1 and Anthropological Journal of European Cultures. 1983-1984 – following his post-PhD program, Fullbright, repeatedly invited as a specialist in such universities as the University of Chicago, Harvard, Berkeley, Los Angeles, the European Institute in Florence, Canterbury. 1992-1994 – was a visiting professor at the University of Kent at Canterbury. 1993-1994 – was a Jean Monnet Fellow at the European University Institute in Florence (Italy). 1988 – was a visiting scholar at the University of California, 1988 – at the University of Los Angeles, 1989 – at the University of Berkeley, 2001 – at the University of San Diego, 2010-2011 – at the Harvard University (USA) Since 1992 he has participated in educational programs Erasmus-Socrates exchange with several European universities. Dr. Barrera is currently involved in three main lines: a) Cultural and linguistic diversity: Politics and policies on languages in Spain; b) The higher education systems in Europe, especially in Spain; c) The scientific expeditions in the history of anthropology: your contribution to the advancement of knowledge and theory.