Talk “Research in Support of Emancipatory Agendas: the Questions and Challenges”

On November 18 Dr. Jasmin Hristov gave the talk “Research in Support of Emancipatory Agendas: the Questions and Challenges” at the Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies, Global Studies Theme at UBC Okanagan.


Jasmin Hristov Recipient of the Early Investigator Award

On June 4, 2019 Dr. Jasmin Hristov received the 2019 Early Investigator Award by the Canadian Sociological Association for her innovative theoretical contributions and fieldwork on violence and human rights in Latin America.


Presentation on Capital Enabling Violence

On June 6, 2019 Dr. Jasmin Hristov presented the paper “From Paramilitary Groups to Paramilitary Violence: the Importance of Developing a Conceptual Tool to Account for Capital-Enabling Violence” at the annual conference of the Canadian Sociological Association (CSA) in Vancouver.


Presentation on Violent Land Dispossession in Mexico, Honduras and Colombia

On June 6, 2019 Dr. Jasmin Hristov presented the paper “Violent Land Dispossession and the Expansion of Agribusiness and Extractive Sector Capital: Evidence from Mexico, Honduras and Colombia” at the annual conference of the Canadian Sociological Association (CSA) in Vancouver.


Presentation on Peasant Movements and Illegal Armed Groups in Mexico and Honduras

On May 11, 2019 Dr. Jasmin Hristov and Carlos Ogaz (CIESAS, Mexico) presented the paper “Movimientos Campesinos, Grupos Armados Ilegales, y el Estado: Conflictos Agrarios y Violencia en el Bajo Aguán (Honduras) y Chiapas (México)” at the annual conference of the Canadian Association for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CALACS) in Toronto.