Head shot of Professor Joseph Page

Joseph A. Page, a Professor Emeritus at the Law Center and the Director of the CAROLA from 2003 to 2017, began writing about Brazil and Argentina in 1963. His first book, The Revolution That Never Was: Northeast Brazil, 1955-1964, appeared in 1972, and was translated into Portuguese by the Brazilian playwright Ariano Suassuna. His 1983 book, Peron: A Biography, was a bestseller for five months in Argentina. The latest revised edition appeared in 2014. In 1996, he contributed an extensive introduction to Evita: In My Own Words, which published the text of a manuscript believed to have been adapted from death-bed dictation by Eva PerĂ³n. The book has been translated into Italian, German, Dutch and Spanish. His 1995 book, The Brazilians, attempts to explain what makes Brazilians Brazilian.


Mario Osorio Team ProfileMario Osorio was a CAROLA Fellow from 2017 to 2020. He holds an LLM from the Law Center where he was a Fulbright Scholar, a Salzburg Cutler Fellow, a Fellow at the Institute of International Economic Law, and is currently an SJD candidate. Mario received an AB in Economics and an LLB from Universidad de los Andes (Colombia). Prior to arriving at Georgetown, Mario was an advisor to the Director-General of the Tax and Customs Administration of Colombia and served as a delegate to the OECD, WTO, UN, and other international fora. He was also an adjunct professor at Universidad de los Andes.

Research Assistants

Juan Zavala, 2020-2021

Liam Holohan, 2020

Daniel Rangel, 2019-2020

Nazly Duarte, 2019-2020

Ashley Smith, 2019