Ana Marrugo

  • PhD Student- Cultural

My interests lie at the intersection of anthropology of the state, legal anthropology, transitions and decolonial feminism. Collaboration with human rights advocacy groups led me to my previous research, which focused on the workings of the Truth Commission in Colombia and its implications for the politics of feminism in the country. I expect to build on this project through solidarity and engaged anthropology.

Degrees and Education

M.A Public Anthropology, American University (2019)
B.A Anthropology, Universidad de los Andes (2014)


Latin American Social and Public Policy Fellowship (2020)