Dalton Price is an anthropology PhD candidate at the University of Oxford, where his research broadly focuses on the experiences of Venezuelans seeking refuge in Colombia’s borderlands. His research discards many Euro-American assumptions about what borders are and look like—highly regulated and securitized spaces, perhaps with walls, immigration police, and formal border crossings—and instead examines a “border” that is much more porous, fuzzy, and unpredictable. Planning a career in industry, Dalton plans to continue his work in humanitarian, development, human rights, and governmental spaces following his PhD.
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