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Diana Pardo Pedraza Faculty Member

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Diana Pardo Pedraza is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology and International Affairs at George Washington University. Her ethnographic research considers (de)militarized landscapes, post-conflict economics, environmental politics, and multispecies relations of aid and care in rural Colombia. Professor Pardo is currently working on her book manuscript “Landscapes of Suspicion: Building Trust and Peace in Colombia’s Minefields,” an ethnography of a political experiment around the clearance and liberation of fields contaminated by improvised landmines. At GWU, Professor Pardo teaches courses on topics ranging from politics in Latin America to feminist science and technology studies. She holds a Ph.D. in Cultural Studies with a designated emphasis in Feminist Theory and Research.

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