Angelica Duran-Martinez

Angelica Duran-Martinez, Political Science

Angelica Duran-Martinez, Political Science

Assistant Professor

Expertise

Latin American Politics, Comparative Politics, International Relations, Political Economy of Development

Research Interest

Causes and consequences of violence, organized crime and criminality, dynamics of illicit markets, relation between state actors and illicit and non-state armed actors, democratization, law enforcement. I have also conducted research on the use of referenda in Latin America.

Educational Background

Ph.D., Political Science, Brown University 

MA, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, New York University 

BA, Political Science, National University of Colombia