Drugs, Security and Democracy Fellowship > Competitions

2013 Drugs, Security and Democracy Fellowship

Recipients

Jaime Amparo Alves
University of Texas at Austin, Postdoctoral Researcher, Latin American Studies
Racialized Geographies of Violence: Drug Trafficking, Military Urbanism and Contested Sovereignties in two Latin American Cities
Maria Jose Bermeo
Columbia University, PhD candidate, International and Transcultural Studies
Teaching amidst micro-trafficking and urban insecurity: A study of teacher perspectives and practice in Guayaquil, Ecuador
Isaac Campos-Costero
University of Cincinnati Main Campus, Postdoctoral Researcher, History
Narco-dynamics and the Evolution of Mexico’s War on Drugs, 1912-1940
Casey Ehrlich
University of Wisconsin, Madison, PhD candidate, Political Science
Grassroots Peace: Post-Conflict Reconstruction in Rural Colombia
Thomas M Grisaffi
London School of Economics, Postdoctoral Researcher, Ideas Incubator
Policy, coca-based livelihoods, and the new indigenous politics: an ethnographic assessment of Bolivia’s new approach to coca control
Sara Koenders
University of Amsterdam, PhD candidate, Faculty of Social and Behavioral Sciences/CEDLA
The impact of favela ‘pacification’ on local relations, violence, insecurity and drug trafficking in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Laura Lima
Aberystwyth University, Postdoctoral Researcher, International Politics
Securing the city: Women participation in Urban Governance programmes in drug-affected communities in the Global South (1994-2014)
Diogo Azevedo Lyra
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Postdoctoral Researcher, Núcleo de Estudos de Cidadania, conflito e Violência
Jardins de Apolo: as perspectivas de jovens traficantes sobre o lugar social das drogas
Valeria Manzano
Universidad de San Martín / CONICET, Postdoctoral Researcher, History
Política, cultura y la configuración del “problema de la droga” en la Argentina, 1968-1989
Perla Sonia Medina Aguilar
Escuela Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Posgrado en Antropología Social
Jóvenes en el espacio rural de Tierra Caliente: Narcotráfico y Migración
Zoe Pearson
Ohio State University, PhD candidate, Geography
The “social control” approach to coca control, coca livelihoods, and the legacy of international drug control policy in Bolivia
Tania Maria Pinc
Fundação Getúlio Vargas, Postdoctoral Researcher, Gestão Pública
Análise do impacto do desempenho da polícia no controle do tráfico de drogas: estudo comparado entre São Paulo, Santiago e Buenos Aires
Erika M Robb Larkins
University of Oklahoma, Postdoctoral Researcher, International Studies
Favela War Machines: Violence and Commodification in Contemporary Brazil
Taniele Cristina Rui
Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Postdoctoral Researcher, Antropologia
"Cimento não cura crack": etnografia de conflitos urbanos em três grandes metrópoles brasileiras
Jose J Samper
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, PhD candidate, Urban Studies and Planning
Physical space and its role in the production and reproduction of violence in drug sponsored “slum wars” in Medellin, Colombia
Jeremy Slack
University of Arizona, PhD candidate, School of Geography and Development
Caught in the Middle: Crossing the Drug War on the U.S. Mexico Border
Nicolas Trajtenberg
University of Cambridge, PhD candidate, Instituto de Criminologia
Drogas y delito juvenil en Uruguay: fundamentos empíricos para un debate mas informado
Javier Trevino-Rangel
Colectivo de Análisis de la Seguridad con Democracia, Postdoctoral Researcher, Investigador Asociado
Respuestas públicas frente a la información sobre sufrimiento y violaciones a los derechos humanos en la guerra contra las drogas en México
Audrey Winpenny
University of Pennsylvania, PhD candidate, Education, Culture, & Society
Atrocity on Mute: Trafficking in the Silences of Intermittently Schooled Youth Amidst Puerto Rico’s Narcowar