2018-19 Tinker Grantees

2018 – 2019 Recipients

• “Scientific Diplomacy as an Interdisciplinary Logic: A Case Study of the Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research.” Lourdes Ginart, Geography. 

• “Mass Media and Activism in Argentina.” Liam Machado, Art History.

“Environmental Justice and the Local Effects of Glacier Melt: A Case Study in the Peruvian Cordillera Huayhuash.” Holly Moulton, Environmental Studies.

“State Responses to Gendered Violence: Lessons Learned from a Comparative Case Study of Costa Rica and Guatemala.” Caitlin O’Quinn, Political Science. 

“Indigeneity and mobilization: ¿How do collective identities of lowland indigenous nations in Bolivia influence their strategies to implement their right to self-determination and cultural promotion?” Maria Pomes Lorences, International Studies.  

“Sounds of Power — Peruvian colonial pipe organs in the interplay of cultures.” Natascha Reich, Musicology. 

“Indigenous Maya Labor in the World Heritage site of Chichén Itzá.” Sofia Vidal, Anthropology.



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