Ms Amanda Latimer


Since 2011, I've taught modules on Latin American politics, human rights and social justice movements, and international relations with a focus on the global south, and been awarded two student-led learning and teaching awards.  I am a political anthropologist whose work focuses on transnational labour and social movements against neoliberal free trade and investment agreements, and current debates around underdevelopment and imperialism. My main interests are the ways in which working people (broadly defined) cut across lines of difference, nation and region to combat the race to the bottom facing working people everywhere, albeit in very particular, historically-grounded ways.  I am currently completing a doctorate at York University in Toronto, Canada.

Academic responsibilities



  • BMus (minor in History), McGill University, Canada
  • BA in Anthropology (minor in Development Studies), McGill University, Canada
  • MA in Social Anthropology, York University, Canada
  • PhD candidate in Social Anthropology, York University, Canada (current)

Teaching and learning



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Latimer, Amanda (2014) The Free Trade Area of the Americas in the long crisis of Brazilian labour. Globalizations, 11(1), pp. 83-93. ISSN (print) 1474-7731

Latimer, Amanda (2012) States of sovereignty and regional integration in the Andes. Latin American Perspectives, 39(1), pp. 78-95. ISSN (print) 0094-582X


Sotelo Valencia, Adrian and Latimer, Amanda [Translator] (2015) The future of work: super-exploitation and social precariousness in the 21st century. Leiden, The Netherlands : Brill. 152p. (Studies in Critical Social Sciences) ISSN (print) 1573-4234 ISBN 9789004300583

Book Section

Latimer, Amanda (2016) Superexploitation, the race to the bottom and the missing international. In: Ness, Immanuel and Cope, Zak, (eds.) The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Imperialism and Anti-Imperialism. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 1136-1150. ISBN 9780230392779

Latimer, Amanda (2015) The Free Trade Area of the Americas in the long crisis of Brazilian labour. In: Bieler, Andreas , Ciccaglione, Bruno , Hilary, John and Lindberg, Ingemar, (eds.) Free trade and transnational labour. Abingdon, U.K. : Routledge. pp. 83-94. (Rethinking globalizations) ISBN 9780415812696

Conference or Workshop Item

Latimer, Amanda [Speaker] (2012) Labour segmentation and the unity of the working class in Walter Rodney and Ruy Mauro Marini. In: Ninth Historical Materialism Conference; 08 - 11 Nov 2012, London, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Latimer, Amanda [Speaker] (2012) A modernidade da superexploracao : segmentacao laboral e a luta pela unidade no movimento brasileiro contra ALCA = The modernity of Superexploitation : labour segmentation and the struggle for unity in the Brazilian movement against the FTAA. In: 1st International Conference on Labor Theory of Value and Social Sciences.; 18 - 19 Oct 2012, Brasilia, Brazil.

Latimer, Amanda [Speaker] (2011) The Free Trade Area of the Americas in the long crisis of Brazilian labour : lessons for building North-South responses to the current crisis. In: Trade Unions, Free Trade and the Problem of Transnational Solidarity; 02 - 03 Dec 2011, Nottingham, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Latimer, Amanda [Speaker] (2006) Challenges of network politics in the transnational movement against the FTAA. In: Interdisciplinary Studies for the Faculty and Graduate Students; March 2006, Florianopolis, Brazil. (Unpublished)

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