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2014 Drugs, Security and Democracy Fellowship

Recipients

Jorge Mario Battaglino
Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Postdoctoral Researcher, Departamento de Ciencia Política y Estudios Internacionales
La Intervención de Fuerzas Intermedias en la Lucha Contra el Tráfico Ilegal de Drogas. El Caso de la Gendarmería Nacional en la Argentina
Guzmán Castro
University of Pennsylvania, PhD Candidate, Political Science
Cannabis Regulation, Institutional Change, and State-Transformation: Uruguay in Comparative Perspective
Jacob Dizard
University of Texas at Austin, PhD Candidate, Department of Goverment
Checking Military Autonomy: International Forces and Militarized Law Enforcement in Mexico and Colombia
Kristen Drybread
Universidade de São Paulo, Postdoctoral Researcher, Center for the Study of Violence
Crack Cocaine and the Rise of Violent Crime in Northeastern Brazil
Kevin Edmonds
University of Toronto, PhD Candidate, Political Science
The New Green Gold: The Socio-Economic Consequences of Trade Liberalization in the Eastern Caribbean
Andrew B. Ehrinpreis
Stony Brook University, PhD Candidate, History
Constructing Coca: A History of Bolivian Coca Nationalism and the War on Drugs (1920 – 2000)
Rodrigo Figueiredo Suassuna
Universidade Católica de Brasília, Postdoctoral Researcher, Sociology
A Política Penal Brasileira de Repressão ao Tráfico Internacional de Drogas: a Construção Social do Crime e suas Funções
Lirio del Carmen Gutiérrez Rivera
Foundation Rueckwaerts und Vorwaerts Denken, Postdoctoral Researcher, Independent Contractor
Prison Change and Violence: An Ethnographic Assessment of the Impact of Honduras' Drug and Crime Policies on the Prison System
Benjamin Lessing
University of Chicago, Postdoctoral Researcher, Political Science
The Logic of Violence in Drug Wars
Kayyonne T. Marston
George Mason University, PhD Candidate, School of Public Policy
A Comparative Analysis of the Dynamics of Political-Criminal Networks in Jamaica: The Role of Elites in Facilitating the Narcotics Trade
Eliana Sousa Silva
Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, Postdoctoral Researcher, Serviço Social
Ação Policial nas Favelas Cariocas: na Contramão de uma Política de Segurança Cidadã?
Marta-Laura Suska
University of Wisconsin, Madison, PhD Candidate, Anthropology
Disaggregating Violence: A Comparative Study of New Police Practices in Recife and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Autumn Zellers
Temple University, PhD Candidate, Anthropology
"Not Indigenous People’s problem": Illicit Crops, Land, and Indigenous Youth in Cauca, Colombia
Daniel Zizumbo
Vanderbilt University, PhD Candidate, Political Science
Facing the Cartels by Ourselves: The Conditional Effect of Social Capital and Trust in the Authorities in Explaining the Emergence of Vigilante Groups in Mexico