Sebastián Ramírez is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Center for Health and Wellbeing in Princeton University. He received a BA from Queens College CUNY in anthropology and psychology and a PhD in anthropology from Princeton University. His research among internally displaced persons in his native Colombia explores the role of healthcare services in efforts to remake ideas of home and citizenship in the aftermath of violence.
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The Value of the Disappeared / El valor de los desaparecidos
(Con traducción al español) During a recent interview, Blanca Monroy reflected on the ongoing upheaval gripping Colombia: “they are killing our young. If they k... More
Colombia’s more than half a century of war has produced no shortage of accounts and analysis, yet Alexander L. Fattal’s Guerrilla Marketing (University of Chica... More