Tinker Research Reports, Summer 2013

The Center for Latin American Studies, with support from the Tinker Foundation, offers grants for field research to graduate students during the summer. In turn, those students report on their activities and findings. Selections of that research are published below, and occasionally in the Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies. Older reports are available at clasarchive.berkeley.edu.

Featured Report

Potosí, Bolivia.  Photo by Andrea Marston.

In "The Other Side of Cooperation: Cooperative Mines in Bolivia," Andrea Marston (Geography) reports her research in the mines of Potosí.

Pierre Bachas
Economics

Katharine Burmaster
School of Public Health

Gabriel Damasco
Integrative Biology

Aurora Fenney-Kleinfeldt
Anthropology

Andrés García Molina
Latin American Studies

Sebastian Griscti
Spanish and Portuguese

Juan Ernesto Guevara Andino
Integrative Biology

Jevon Heath
Linguistics

Anne Hoffman
Journalism

Aaron Hyman
History of Art

Guillermo Jaimes
Environmental Science, Policy and Management

Rose Kagawa
Epidemiology

John Landefeld
School of Public Health

Ana Alicia Levin

Suzanne Li Puma

Andrea Marston
Geography

Ernesto Munoz Lamartine
Public Policy

Gopal Penny
Civil and Environmental Engineering

Nicole Rosner

Samantha Rudolph
Joint Medical Program

Geoffrey Taylor
Anthropology-Archaeology

Julia Tierney
City and Regional Planning

Cristián Villalonga Torrijo
Berkeley Law School

Justin West
Energy and Resources Group

Moises Yi
Economics