Reasearch In Central America
Research conducted by members of the Kellogg intellectual community on the themes of democracy and human development is at the core of what the Institute does.
Fugitive Blackness: Finding African Diasporic Self-Governance in the Early Circum-Caribbean
Dismantling Criminal Networks through Internationalized Investigative Bodies: Assessing the Efficacy of the UN and the CICIG in Guatemala
Investigating the Cesarean Epidemic: How Micro-Processes Shape Decision-Making and the Health of Vulnerable Patients
Healthcare Handouts? An Analysis on How Understanding Ownership of Healthcare in Rural Communities Transforms the Way Free Healthcare Clinics Provide Outreach Services with an Internship at Clínica Verde
Design and Operationalization of Needs Assessment Tool for Footbridges in Rural Nicaragua
The Effects of Societal Systems on the Hazard Vulnerability of Low-Income Housing: A Case Study in Rural Nicaragua
The Role of Religious Mission and Advocacy in the US Debate on Central America, 1960-1990
Leaving the Gang: Identifying Pathways out of the Central American Gang
Political Elites and Indigenous Peoples: Creating Multicultural Institutions in Central America
People Researching Central America
For more than three decades, our faculty and visiting fellows have helped set the scholarly agenda on our core themes of democratization and human development. Our work has had a significant impact on policy and practice.