Andrew Mack is the Director of the Human Security Research Group and a Research Associate at the School for International Studies. Prior to establishing the HSRG, he was a Visiting Professor at the Program on Humanitarian Policy at Harvard University (2001). He spent two and a half years as the Director of Strategic Planning in the Executive Office of Secretary-General Kofi Annan at the United Nations in 1998-2001.
Simons Research Fellow
Harbour Centre 7130
Ana Vivladi's interdisciplinary research brings politics of indigeneity and race into inquiries on the social production of space and embodiment. Through the use of visual and digital methodologies, it clarifies questions surrounding of indigenous sovereignties, forms of urban conviviality, and the making of social, political and spatial assemblages by subaltern populations. Overall, it contributes to understanding governance and development in Latin America, in their intersections with processes of urban formation, ethnic and racial relations, and economic informality.