División de Estudios de Estado y Sociedad

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Ligia Ibarra González

Grado Académico: 
M.A.

Professor in the Department of International Studies of the Methodological Axis. She obtained a Master's Degree in Social Sciences with a specialty in International Relations and Pacific from the University of Guadalajara and a Bachelor's Degree in International Studies from the University of Guadalajara.

She currently coordinates the Master's Degree in Global Politics and Transparency Studies (GP&TPS).

Line of Research at Master on GP&TPS: China

Specialty: the relationship between China and the African continent and International Political Economy.

Miguel Alejandro Híjar-Chiapa

Grado Académico: 
M.A.

Professor-Researcher at the Pacific Studies Department of the University Center of Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Guadalajara and Member of the Center for North American Studies. President of the Australian and New Zealand Studies Association of North America (ANZSANA). Since 2016 he has been Visiting Professor at the Edward A. Clark Center for Australian and New Zealand Studies of the University of Texas at Austin. He holds a Master of Arts in Social Sciences with specialization in International Relations and Pacific Studies from the University of Guadalajara. Areas of interest: International Relations Theory and the Foreign and Defence Policies of the Anglosphere countries (United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand).
Line of Research at the Master on GP&TPS: North America

 

 

Cristobal Collignon de Alba

Grado Académico: 
M.A.

Professor-Researcher at the Pacific Studies Department of the University Center of Social Sciences and Humanities of the University of Guadalajara. He is a PhD Candidate in Transpacific Relations from the University of Colima. He received his MA in International Relations with specialization in International Relations and Pacific Studies at the University of Guadalajara. He is a founding member of the Center of Japanese Studies (2016) at the Pacific Studies Department. His areas of interest are Cultural diplomacy, Creative economy, Japanese studies and Gender studies.
Line of Research at Master of GP&TPS: Japan
 

Doctorado en Cognición y Aprendizaje

Actualmente, el desarrollo científico, económico y social necesita de profesionales y científicos capaces de articular diversas ciencias y disciplinas en la solución de los problemas que nos aquejan, los cuales presentan una complejidad que requiere del enfoque transdisciplinar para su abordaje, especialmente aquellos de índole educativa.
Dichas problemáticas requieren ser concebidas de manera multidimensional, considerando tanto lo social como lo pedagógico, lo biológico y lo cognitivo.
De manera tradicional, los estudios sobre la cognición y el aprendizaje presuponen que la implentación de los conocimientos generados al campo de la educación es una tarea relativamente simple, sin considerar la complejidad que implica el conjunto de elementos biológicos, históricos-culturales, sociales, económicos y psicológicos que intervienen en el aprendizaje.

Diego Nápoles Franco

Grado Académico: 
Doctor
Nivel SNI: 
Candidato

Doctor en Ciudad, Territorio y Sustentabilidad con la tesis "IDENTIDADES COLECTIVAS EN MOVIMIENTO. IMPACTOS DE LOS PROCESOS GLOBALES EN LOS HABITANTES DE OCOTLÁN, JALISCO".

 

Maestro en Ciencia Política con Orientación en Democracia Contemporánea con la tesis "LA CONSTRUCCIÓN SOCIAL Y POLÍTICA DE LA PROBLEMÁTICA DEL RÍO SANTIAGO EN LA COMUNIDAD DE SANTIAGO TOTOLIMIXPAN".

 

Licenciado en Administración.

Victor Kerber

Grado Académico: 
PhD.

Visiting Professor-Researcher at the Pacific Studies Department of the University Center of Social Sciences and Humanities of the University of Guadalajara. Bachelor in International Relations by El Colegio de México. Master and PhD in Economic Development by Sophia University, in Tokyo, Japan. He also received a PhD in Social Sciences by El Colegio de Michoacán. Consul General of Mexico in Osaka, Japan (1993-96) and Secretary of International Affairs of the Mexico City Government (2006-10), with publications about Japan’s history and culture. Correspondent and article writer of Mexican Journals. He has been lecturer in institutions like the University of Philippines, Mexico’s Naval School of Superior Studies, and the Matías Romero Institute of Diplomatic Studies (IMRED), among others.

Jorge Luis Chabat

Grado Académico: 
PhD.
Nivel SNI: 
Nivel II

Professor-Researcher at the Pacific Studies Department of the University Center of Social Sciences and Humanities of the University of Guadalajara. He received his PhD in International Studies from the University of Miami, United States. Member of the National System of Researchers Level II. Areas of Interest: North America, Mexican Foreign Policy and Security Issues.
Line of Research at Master on GP&TPS: North America

 

 

 

Carlos J. Maya-Ambía

Grado Académico: 
PhD.
Nivel SNI: 
Nivel I
Promep: 
Perfil PROMEP

 

Professor-Researcher at the Pacific Studies Department of the University Center of Social Sciences and Humanities of the University of Guadalajara. He received his PhD from the Free University of Berlin (Germany). Since 1995 he is member of MENSA International. Member of the National System of Researchers Level I. Areas of Interest: Economic Relations between Mexico and Japan and Political Economy of Agriculture and Food. He is a founding member of the Center of Japanese Studies (2016) at the Pacific Studies Department.
Line of Research at Master on GP&TPS: Japan.

 

Cuerpo académico: 

Doctorado en Geografía y Ordenación Territorial

Es un programa que pertenece al PNPC de CONACYT, que oferta la Universidad de Guadalajara desde agosto de 2013.Impartido por el Centro Universitario de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades, coordinado por el Dr. Francisco Jalomo Aguirre"..

Está dirigido a maestros egresados de campos del conocimiento de las Ciencias Sociales y las Humanidades, las Ciencias Ambientales, las Ciencias de la Tierra, las Ciencias Económicas Administrativas y otras afines. Los candidatos deben estar interesados en el estudio de fenómenos territoriales y su ordenamiento.

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