New Visiting Research Fellow: Prof. Dr. Jennifer Burrell
The SFB 700 welcomes Prof. Dr. Jennifer Burrell as a visiting Fellow with the Research Project C3.
News from Sep 26, 2014
Prof. Dr. Jennifer Burrell is Associate Professor for Anthropology at the University at Albany, State University of New York and was a Fellow at the International Research Center Re:Work, “Work and Human Life Cycle in Global History” at the Humboldt-University of Berlin in 2014-15. Since September of 2014, she is a Fellow and affiliated guest researcher with the Research Project C3 “Police-building and Transnational Security Fields in Latin America” at the SFB 700. She is supported by the Gerda Henkel Foundation’s Program on Security, Society and the State.
While at the SFB 700, Research Project C3, Jennifer will analyze the relation between security, society and the state. In particular, she will examine the nexus of migration and security-making practices, and the impact of transnational processes on everyday forms of state formation and security governance in rural Guatemala, in particular Todos Santos Cuchumatán.
We are very happy to have her with us and look forward to an inspiring and fruitful cooperation.
Please find more Information about Prof. Dr. Jennifer Burrell on her SFB 700 - homepage or the website of the State University of New York, Albany.