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CV in brief:

Assistant Professor, University of Miami, August 2017 to present

Ph.D. in Political Science, University of Texas, May 2017

Publications:

Calla Hummel, Felicia Knaul, Mike Touchton, Ximena Velasco Guachalla, Jami Nelson-Nuñez, and Carew Boulding. 2021. “COVID-19 in Bolivia: the intersection of poverty and unprotected work.” The Lancet Global Health.

Calla Hummel, Ximena Velasco Guachalla, Jami Nelson-Nuñez, and Carew Boulding. 2020. “Bolivia: Lecciones sobre los primeros seis meses de la pandemia de SARS-CoV-2 (Bolivia: Lessons from the first six months of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic).” Temas Sociales: 47: 98-123.

Calla Hummel and Dana El Kurd. 2020. “Mental Health and Fieldwork.” PS: Political Science and Politics: 1-5.

Calla Hummel, John Gerring, and Thomas Burt. “Do Political Finance Reforms Reduce Corruption?The British Journal of Political Science, 50(1).

Calla Hummel. 2018. “Do Poor Citizens Benefit from Mega-Events? São Paulo’s Street Vendors and the 2014 FIFA World CupLatin American Politics and Society 60(4).

Calla Hummel. 2018. “Bribery Cartels: Collusive Corruption in Bolivian Street Markets.” Latin American Research Review 53(2).

Calla Hummel. 2017. “Disobedient Markets: Street Vendors, Enforcement, and State Intervention in Collective Action.” Comparative Political Studies 50(11):1524-1555.

Calla Hummel. 2016. “Vendedores Populares y las Polí­ticas de la Representación de Género” (Street Vendors and the Politics of Gender Representation). Revista Umbrales 29:331-359.

Working Papers:

“Trial by Fire: Informal Agreements, Destructive Protest, and Arson in Bolivia”

“Informal Work and Politics” (editor of special issue for Latin American Politics and Society, with Alisha Holland)

“The Intersections of LGBT Political Power and Structural Equities” (with Sydney Steel and Marisa Stephens)