Juan Masullo J.
(and passionate rock climber)
I'm a Lecturer at the Department of Politics and International Relations and an Associate Member of Nuffield College at the University of Oxford. I employ a variety of methods to study social processes of political and criminal violence, especially in Latin America.
I am a Lecturer in the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Oxford. At Oxford, I am also a member of Nuffield College, the T.E. Lawrence Program on the Study of Conflict, the Latin American Centre, and the Changing Character of War Centre.
My research combines multiple types of methods and evidence, often involving extensively fieldwork, to study complex social processes that unfold in contexts affected by political and criminal violence. I'm particularly intrigued by the decision-making processes underlaying the behavior of individuals and communities living in the midst of armed conflict. I'm also interested in the drivers of peoples' preferences and attitudes towards different policy strategies to deal with violence and crime. I have been exploring these issues in different countries affected by civil war and organized crime, including Colombia, Mexico and Brazil.
Before joining the University of Oxford, I was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Bremen International Graduate School of Social Science (BIGSSS) and a Research Fellow at the Program on Order, Conflict and Violence (OCV), Yale University. I completed my PhD at the European University Institute.
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You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Department of Politics and International Relations
Manor Road Building (Room 162)
OX1 3UQ | Oxford, UK