Dr Gerry Pye

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Position/s:Faculty of Social & Behavioural Sciences, School of International Studies, Centre for Development Studies
Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences
Phone: +61 8 82013517
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Location: Social Sciences South (308)
Postal address: GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Qualifications

BA (Hons), Phd (Flinders Uni.)

Honours, awards and grants

Certificate of Spanish, University of Havana, Cuba

Key responsibilities

Director of Studies/ Convenor Honours Development Studies/ Latin American Studies

Teaching

Teaching interests

Development, Latin America

Topic Coordinator:

  • DVST 1001 Political Economy of International Development
  • DVST 2004 Introduction to Latin American Studies
  • DVST 3010 Power and Political Violence in Latin America
  • DVST 7014/9014 Indigenous Peoples and Development

Research and supervision

Research interests

Mexico, Cuba, Latin America, development

Supervisory interests

  • Cuba, sport, revoln, political economy
  • Cuban contemporary history
  • History, Latin American
  • History, Mexican
  • Latin America, esp contemp history Mexico and Cuba
  • Latin American history
  • Latin American politics
  • Mexican contemporary history
  • Political economy, Cuba, sport, revoln
  • Politics, Latin American
  • Third world developent studies

RHD research supervision

Current

Principal supervisor: Mexican indigenous peoples and ecotourism (1);

Completion

Principal supervisor: Guatemala (1); mental health of migrants (1); development (10);

Associate supervisor: world debt and finance (1);

Publications

Books
  • Pye, G.M. (1999). Sport in Cuba: The Diamond in the Rough (Japanese Translation) Pittsburgh, USA: University of Pittsburgh Press.
  • Pye, G.M. (1994). Sport in Cuba: The Diamond in the Rough. Pittsburgh & London: University of Pittsburgh Press.
Book chapters
  • Lyons, T.J. and Pye, G.M. (2006). Africa on a global stage: an introduction. In Tanya Lyons, Geralyn Pye, ed. Africa on a Global Stage. New Jersey, USA: Africa World Press, pp. 1-13.
  • Pettavino, P. and Pye, G.M. (2004). Revolutionary Sport. In Aviva Chomsky, Barry Carr, Pamela Smorkaloff, ed. The Cuba Reader: History, Culture, Politics. Durham, USA: Duke University Press, pp. 475-480.
  • Pye, G.M. (1999). Debt and Decline in Latin America: From Dizzy Development Plans to Deficit, Default and Decline. In Brooks, Francis & Scurrah, Martin, ed. Iberia and Latin America: The Last Twenty-Five Years, 1966-1991. 1st ed. Adelaide: Flinders University, pp. 94-101.
  • Pye, G.M. (1996). National Sports Policies: An International Handbook. In A.T. Johnson and L. Chalip, ed. National Sports Policies: An International Handbook. US: Greenwood Publishing Group.
Refereed journal articles
  • Pye, G.M. and Jolley, D.K. (2011). Indigenous Mobilization in Oaxaca, Mexico: Towards Indianismo? Journal of Iberian and Latin American Studies, 17(2) pp. 179-195. [10.1080/13260219.2011.628285]
  • Pye, G.M. (1999). Indigenous Law Bulletin. Indigenous Law Bulletin, 4(23) pp. 28-31.
  • Pye, G.M. (1994). "Sports, Power and Machismo in Luisa Valenzuela's, 'the Lizard's Tail' " Studies in Latin American Popular Culture, 13 pp. 115-127.
  • Pye, G.M. (1994). Sport in Cuba: Castro's Last Stand. Studies in Latin American Popular Culture, 13 pp. 165-184.

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Books
  • Pye, G.M. (1999). Sport in Cuba: The Diamond in the Rough (Japanese Translation) Pittsburgh, USA: University of Pittsburgh Press.
  • Pye, G.M. (1994). Sport in Cuba: The Diamond in the Rough. Pittsburgh & London: University of Pittsburgh Press.
Book chapters
  • Lyons, T.J. and Pye, G.M. (2006). Africa on a global stage: an introduction. In Tanya Lyons, Geralyn Pye, ed. Africa on a Global Stage. New Jersey, USA: Africa World Press, pp. 1-13.
  • Pettavino, P. and Pye, G.M. (2004). Revolutionary Sport. In Aviva Chomsky, Barry Carr, Pamela Smorkaloff, ed. The Cuba Reader: History, Culture, Politics. Durham, USA: Duke University Press, pp. 475-480.
  • Pye, G.M. (1999). Debt and Decline in Latin America: From Dizzy Development Plans to Deficit, Default and Decline. In Brooks, Francis & Scurrah, Martin, ed. Iberia and Latin America: The Last Twenty-Five Years, 1966-1991. 1st ed. Adelaide: Flinders University, pp. 94-101.
  • Pye, G.M. (1996). National Sports Policies: An International Handbook. In A.T. Johnson and L. Chalip, ed. National Sports Policies: An International Handbook. US: Greenwood Publishing Group.
Refereed journal articles
  • Pye, G.M. and Jolley, D.K. (2011). Indigenous Mobilization in Oaxaca, Mexico: Towards Indianismo? Journal of Iberian and Latin American Studies, 17(2) pp. 179-195. [10.1080/13260219.2011.628285]
  • Pye, G.M. (1999). Indigenous Law Bulletin. Indigenous Law Bulletin, 4(23) pp. 28-31.
  • Pye, G.M. (1994). Sport in Cuba: Castro's Last Stand. Studies in Latin American Popular Culture, 13 pp. 165-184.
  • Pye, G.M. (1994). Cuban Exiles and the Politics of US Cuban Relations. Anales (University of New South Wales. School of Spanish and Latin American Studies) 3(2) pp. 1-26.
  • Pye, G.M. (1994). "Sports, Power and Machismo in Luisa Valenzuela's, 'the Lizard's Tail' " Studies in Latin American Popular Culture, 13 pp. 115-127.
  • Pye, G.M. (1993). Cuba Prospects for the 1990s. Jan
  • Pye, G.M. (1990). Hegemony and Counter-Hegemonic Uses of Physical Culture in Cuba before 1959. The Flinders Journal of History and Politics, 14 pp. 3-11.
  • Pye, G.M. (1986). The Ideology of Cuban Sport. Journal of Sport History, 13(2) pp. 119-127.
  • Pye, G.M. (1985). Art Education and Cultural Nationalism in the Mexican Revolution, 1920-1940. Journal of the Institute of Art Education, 9(3) pp. 29-37.
Other public research outputs
  • Lyons, T.J. and Pye, G.M. (2006). Editors. Africa on the Global Stage. New Jersey, USA: Africa World Press.

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Professional and community engagement

Member Association of Iberian & Latin American Studies of Australasia, President of this association, ex-oficio

Expertise for media contact

  • Latin America torture; Cuba, especially sport, revoln, political economy, Mexico-indigenous political mobilisation in the states of Oaxaca and Chiapas

Subject/s

  • Cuba
  • Latin America


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