Ned Littlefield

Ph.D. Student: Comparative Politics

elittlefield@wisc.edu

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Research Interests:

Ned studies democratic consolidation in Latin America through the lenses of civil-military relations, political violence, and ethnicity, nationalism, and race.

Dissertation:

Public Security and Civil-Military Relations in Latin America

Awards:

U.S. Department of Education, Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) fellowships (Brazilian Portuguese, Summer 2018, Academic Year 2018-2019, Academic Year 2019-2020

Brazilian Studies Association (BRASA), Brazil Initiation Scholarship (2019)

University of Wisconsin–Madison, Latin American, Caribbean and Iberian Studies (LACIS) Program: Tinker-Nave Short-Term Field Research Grant (Colombia, 2018; Brazil, 2019)

University of Wisconsin–Madison, Department of Political Science: Summer Initiative research grant (Colombia, 2018; Brazil, 2019)

University of Wisconsin–Madison, Graduate School, Student Research Grants Competition Travel Award (Brazil, 2019)

Bridging the Gap Project: New Era Workshop Scholar (Washington, DC, 2018)

University of Wisconsin–Madison, Graduate Programs: University Fellowship (2017–2018; 2020– 2021)

University of Wisconsin–Madison, Department of Political Science: Summer Grant (2017, 2020)