CV in brief:
Assistant Professor, University of Miami, August 2017 to present
Ph.D. in Political Science, University of Texas, May 2017
National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow
Committee: Raúl Madrid (chair), Kurt Weyland, Javier Auyero, Mike Findley, and Scott Wolford.
Calla Hummel. 2018. “Do Poor Citizens Benefit from Mega-Events? São Paulo’s Street Vendors and the 2014 FIFA World Cup” Latin 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. 2016. “Vendedores Populares y las Políticas de la Representación de Género” (Street Vendors and the Politics of Gender Representation). Revista Umbrales 29:331-359.
“Why the Working Poor Organize: A Machine Learning Analysis of Civil Society, Education, and State Capacity.” Presented at APSA 2016.
“Brutal Externalities: How Repression Increases International Conflict.” Presented at APSA 2016, under review.
“Burn Down City Hall: Policy Negotiation and Violent Protest in Bolivia.” Accepted to APSA 2017.
“Does Political Finance Reduce Corruption?” (with John Gerring and Thomas Burt)
Languages: English (native), Portuguese (fluent; ACTFL-certified), Spanish (advanced; DELE-certified), Aymara (intermediate), Guarani (intermediate), French (studied), Quechua (studied)
Other Skills: R, Stata, Python, machine learning, statistics, surveys, interviews, game theory.