Ángel Aedo

Ángel Aedo

Ph.D. in Social Anthropology and Ethnology from École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris. Associate Professor of Anthropology at Pontifical Catholic University of Chile School of Anthropology and Researcher at the Justice and Society Center. He is also the principal researcher of “Governing Through Affect” (Fondecyt) and “Normative Encounters in Penitentiary Society” (ECOS/ANID) and researcher at the Center for Intercultural and Indigenous Research (Centro de Estudios Interculturales e Indígenas, CIIR).

His research addresses the dynamics of state and structural violence between groups considered by the State as prone to illicit conduct and their interrelation with security and social development institutions. His work focuses on the study “from below” of new forms of citizenship, democratic cohabitation and commoning urban practices.

  • Linea de investigación

    Structural Violence and Discrimination, Criminal Violence and Urban Insecurity, Political, Ethnical and Radicalization Violence

  • Cargo

    Associate Researcher / Alternate Director

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