Kellogg Faculty Fellow Guillermo Trejo is associate professor of political science at the University of Notre Dame and faculty fellow at the Kellogg Institute for International Studies. Trejo’s research focuses on social movements, organized crime, political violence and religion and politics in Latin America. He is the author of Popular Movements in Autocracies: Religion, Repression and Indigenous Collective Action in Mexico (Cambridge University Press, 2012), which won an honorable mention for the 2013 Charles Tilly Award from the American Sociological Association. Trejo is currently working on a project that seeks to explain the outbreak of criminal wars in Latin America’s new democracies.
Collective action and social movements; armed insurgencies, organized crime, and political violence; religion and ethnic politics
- Honorable Mention, Best Article Published in 2014 from the Collective Behavior and Social Movements Section of the American Sociological Association (ASA) for the article, "The Ballot and the Street: An Electoral Theory of Social Protest in Autocracies," Perspectives on Politics 12, 2 (2014)
Kellogg Welcomes Largest-ever ISP Class
Sep 17, 2018
The Kellogg Institute for International Studies is welcoming its largest-ever cohort of Kellogg International Scholars to campus this semester, following record interest in the Institute’s signature program for undergraduates.
Strength in Numbers: Confronting the Narcos
Aug 23, 2018
Faculty Fellow Guillermo Trejo is studying how indigenous villages in an isolated region in Mexico have been able to fend off the powerful drug traffickers that have taken over other towns.
Will the Mexican President-Elect’s “New Revolution” Include the Thousands of Disappeared?
Aug 16, 2018
Faculty Fellow Guillermo Trejo's work on political corruption and violence in Mexico, in particular his efforts with the Truth and Memory Group, was referenced in an article in In These Times magazine.