Political Consequences of Violence in Guatemala: Fieldwork Event with Yale’s Regina Anne Bateson–Jan 11th @ the Liu

The event will include a workshop and reception with Regina Anne Bateson of Yale University. The workshop will focus on Regina’s in-depth fieldwork on order and violence in Guatemala and resulting doctoral dissertation.

Regina is a PhD candidate in the Department of Political Science at Yale University (http://www.reginabateson.com). Her fields are comparative politics, international relations, political economy, and research methods. Her current research focuses on the political consequences of violence, including civil wars and crime and her dissertation, which is based on fieldwork in Guatemala, is about public security and vigilantism in the wake of civil wars. She also researches the politics of crime, and her article on crime victimization and political participation appeared in the August 2012 issue of the American Political Science Review.

Full Event Blurb

When: January 11th, 2-5pm (1 hour presentation, followed by optional workshop and reception)

Where: 1st floor, Multipurpose Room, Liu Institute

RSVP:  anastasia.shesterinina@gmail.com 

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