Mauricio dot Palma-Gutierrez dot 1 at warwick dot ac dot uk
Mauricio is since 2019 a post-graduate researcher at PAIS, University of Warwick. His current research focuses on the contested practices and changing conceptions of sovereignty in cross-border migration from Venezuela along the South American Andes during Covid-19. He is specially interested in Human mobility across the Americas, Critical border and security studies, and Global migration and displacement. Previously, he worked as a public policy adviser and researcher on security, human mobility and global institutions for over ten years, mostly in Colombia. He also taught various courses in International Studies at undergraduate and post-graduate levels during the same period, at the Del Rosario University (Bogotá). He completed an MSc in Global History at the London School of Economics (UK), an MA in Global Studies at the University of Leipzig (Germany), and a BA in International Relations at the Del Rosario University.
- 2021 - "A Transitory Settlement on the way back to Venezuela: A tale of Vulnerability, Exception, and Migrant Resistance in times of Covid-19". REMHU: Revista Interdisciplinar da Mobilidade Humana, 29(61). https://doi.org/10.1590/1980-85852503880006108
- 2021 -“The Politics of Generosity. Colombian Official Discourse towards Migration from Venezuela, 2015-2018”. Colombia Internacional, 106. https://doi.org/10.7440/colombiaint106.2021.02
Keywords: Human mobility, Migration from Venezuela, Critical border and security studies, Global migration