Becario laboratorio "Visiones de Paz"

Irene Agudelo Builes

She holds a master’s degree in Cultural Studies awarded by the Universidad Centroamericana de Nicaragua, and a master’s degree in Social Sciences awarded by FLACSO-Mexico. Her research project is entitled “Masculinities and Armed Conflicts. A Study on Violence from a Gender and Memory Perspective”.

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Gizeh Beltrán del Río

She holds a master’s degree in Social Sciences for the Formulation of Public Policies, awarded by the Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez. She is a doctoral student in Social Sciences at Universidad de Guadalajara, conducting her research “Social Capital in Extreme Violence Contexts. An Analysis through Forms of Citizen Response”.

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Rafael Cantizani Maíllo

History scholar. He was awarded his PhD in Alternative Conflict Resolution Methods by the Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, with his dissertation entitled “Restorative Justice Elements in Resilience of Relatives of People Deprived of Liberty in Penitentiary Facilities of Topo Chico (Mexico) and Santiago de Veraguas (Panama)”, framed by his work in the Laboratory “Visions of Peace”. His postdoctoral project in CALAS is entitled “Restorative Justice and Family Resilience in Women in the Penitentiary Context of Mexico”.

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Ronja Hollstein

She holds a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in Philology and History, both awarded by Leibniz Universität Hannover. She has completed several long-term academic stays in Latin America (Puebla, Mexico, and Talca, Chile). Her doctoral project in CALAS is entitled “Words of Peace and Violence. FARC Discourse on Peace Processes in El Caguán (1998-2002) and Havana (2012-2016)”.

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Sebastián Martínez Fernández

He holds a five-year university degree in Philosophy awarded by Universidad de Santiago de Chile, and a master's degree in Interamerican Studies awarded by Universität Bielefeld. His research project is entitled “Civilization and Barbarism as Repetition: Reception of Fascism and National Socialism in Argentina and Chile as a Crisis of the Republican Project of the 19th Century and its Intellectual, Political and Aesthetic Drifts during the 30s and 40s”.

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