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2012 Drugs, Security and Democracy Fellowship

Recipients

Ana M. Arjona
Columbia University, Postdoctoral Researcher, Earth Institute & Institute for Social and Economic Research
Narco-rulers and Civilian Choice
Teofilo Ballve
University of California, Berkeley, PhD Candidate, Geography
Territories of Life and Death: Space, Power, and Violence on a Colombian Frontier
Nicholas Barnes
University of Wisconsin, Madison, PhD Candidate, Political Science
Monopolies of Violence: Gang Governance in Rio de Janeiro
Lilian Josefina Bobea
Utrecht University, PhD, Sociology
Gaining Ground: What can we Learn from the Resilience of Drug-Plagued Communities?
Fellipe Abreu de Alcântara
Editora Abril, Journalist
The impacts of the drug trafficking on the indigenous communities on the border between Brazil and Peru
Gustavo R. Duncan
Northwestern University, PhD Candidate, Political Science
Oligopolies of Coercion: Explaining the Political Power of Drug Trafficking
Froylan Vladimir Enciso Higuera
State University of New York at Stony Brook, PhD Candidate, History
A History on Drugs from Sinaloa to the World, 1909-1985
Daniel E. Esser
American University, Assistant Professor, International Development
Collective Action Against Urban Violence: Why Some Communities in Ciudad Juárez Succeed and Others Don’t
Alex Fattal
Harvard University, PhD Candidate, Anthropology
Guerilla Marketing: Information War and the Demobilization of FARC Rebels
Alberto Föhrig
Universidad de San Andrés, Professor, Social Sciences
Policemen, Political Actors and Criminals in Argentina: causes and consequences of a risky triangle
Araceli A. Galante
Intercambios, Asociacion Civil, Researcher
Reform of Drug Policies in South America: Regional Integration and Social Actors Mobilization
Annette Iris Idler
Oxford University, PhD Candidate, Oxford University
Violent Non-state Actors' Arrangements of Convenience in Colombia's Borderlands - an Invisible Threat to Citizen Security?
Denis R. Martinez
University of Texas at Austin, PhD Candidate, Anthropology
Youth in Marginalized Urban Communities of Central America: Dangerous or In Danger?
Palloma V. Menezes
Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, PhD Candidate, Sociology
Pacified Favelas: A Study on Mobility, Sociability and Routines
Gilda M. Núñez
Universidad de Barcelona, PhD Candidate, Sociología, Juridico Penal y Criminología
La participación de las mujeres de barrios populares de Caracas en el negocio de venta y distribución de drogas: un estudio etnográfico
Jose Carlos Orihuela
Columbia University, PhD, Sustainable Development
Illegal Trade and Governance Formation in the Peru-Brazil Border
Fernanda R. Page Poma
State University of New York at Stony Brook, PhD Candidate, Sociology
Piqueteros Behind Bars: Explaining the Policing of Protests by Marginal Groups in Contemporary Argentina
Federico Perez
Harvard University, PhD Candidate, Anthropology
Reordering Space: Assemblages of Urban Security and Justice in Contemporary Bogotá
Brígida Renoldi
Universidad Nacional de Misiones, Researcher, Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Cientificas y Técnicas
Social organization of crime from the police viewpoint: Ethnographies of drug trafficking control in the Tripartite Border Zone between Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay
Reynaldo T. Rojo Mendoza
University of Pittsburgh, PhD Candidate, Political Science
Collateral Citizens: Mass Responses to Drug Violence and Insecurity in Mexico
Ellen Jane Sharp
University of California, Los Angeles, PhD Candidate, Anthropology
Uncivil Society: Lynching and Anti-lynching Efforts in Guatemala
Diana Alejandra Silva
Colegio de Mexico, PhD, Political Sociology
“Nos rebelamos a la muerte” Acciones colectivas de los-as jóvenes contra la violencia en Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua” (2006-2012)
Winifred Tate
Colby College, Assistant Professor, Anthropology
Paramilitaries, Citizenship and Political Participation in Colombia
Catalina Uribe Burcher
International IDEA, Assistant Programme Officer, Democracy, Conflict and Security
The Good, the Bad, and the Dealer: How illicit networks are transforming democratic processes at the municipal level in the Andean Region
Inge Helena Valencia
ICESI University, Professor, Social Studies
Among the business and vueltas: drug trafficking and sociabilities ain frontier regions in Colombia
Ana Teresa Villarreal Montemayor
University of California, Berkeley, PhD Candidate, Sociology
Violence, Fear of Crime and the Transformation of Everyday Life in Monterrey, Mexico