Carolina San Miguel é doutora em Design (DDes, 2019) pela Harvard Graduate School of Design. Ela é pesquisadora comunitária e estrategista de inovação, cujo trabalho é direcionado no design de ecossistemas amigáveis aos seres humanos para apoiar crianças e famílias em bairros das Américas. email@example.com
Miguel Quintana-Navarrete es candidato a Doctor en Sociología en Harvard y estudiante de posgrado afiliado a DRCLAS. Sus principales áreas de interés son la sociología del delito y el derecho, la sociología urbana y comunitaria, y la sociología política.
Miguel Quintana-Navarrete is a Ph.D. Candidate in Sociology at Harvard and a Graduate Student Associate at DRCLAS. His main areas of interest are the sociology of crime and law, urban and community sociology and political sociology.
Carla Troconis graduated with a BA in Government from Harvard in 2019 and wrote her senior thesis on the participatory patterns of the Venezuelan diaspora in South Florida. She is a proud Venezuelan immigrant who hopes to use her varied skills and background to bring awareness to the horror back home and tell stories of the Venezuelan diaspora in all its complexity. Currently, Carla is working as a writer and filmmaker and is releasing her first documentary, DIASPORA, in Fall of 2019.
Charlotte Hilbrich Davis is a 2019 graduate of Harvard College, where she studied History & Literature, focusing on Latinx Studies. Although Charlotte grew up in Kansas, she is eagerly awaiting her big move to Austin, Texas, where she will soon begin working as a criminal investigator supporting individuals on the state’s death row.
From Mexican Prisons to Texas’ Death Row: My Journey in Exploring Contemporary Narratives of Criminality
Claudia Torres es licenciada en derecho por el CIDE, en la Ciudad de México, de donde es originaria. Es una Estudiante del SJD en Harvard que busca mejorar las condiciones de vida de las trabajadoras sexuales y cambiar la forma en que se enseña el Derecho en México. Trabajo en la Suprema Corte de Justicia de México y en el CIDE.
Trabajo sexual, derecho y policía en las calles de la Ciudad de México...
Claudia Torres obtained her law degree in Mexico City, where she is originally from. She is a Harvard SJD student committed to improve the living conditions of sex workers and change the way law is taught in Mexico. She has worked at the Mexican Supreme Court and CIDE.
What does it mean to be black in Central America? From the Garifuna people along the Atlantic Coast to the descendants of Jamaican and other West Indian groups throughout the isthmus, the region’s citizens have become increasingly self- conscious, visible and interested in their Afrodescendent legacy—to a degree. This reawakening has largely been associated with ethnically and linguistically distinct populations, recognizing and even celebrating them while once again reinscribing blackness as something belonging to “others.” However,...