Congratulations to CrimSL PhD student Adina Radosh (Supv.: Professor Beatrice Jauregui) on receiving a Mary H. Beatty Fellowship!
Adina's areas of research interest are Anthropology of the State; Policing; Subjectivity; Security; and Latin America.
Prior to starting her PhD studies at the University of Toronto in 2020, she worked as research coordinator in the project “Building Effective, Resilient, and Trusted Police Organizations in Mexico” (PI: Rodrigo Canales, Yale School of Management) where she conducted comparative research about police reform in Mexico, and designed a study about the response of Mexican municipal and state police departments to the COVID19 pandemic. For her Master's thesis, Adina inquired about local political practices, the spatial dimension of gang formation, and life trajectories of former gang members in Western Mexico City.
About the Mary H. Beatty Fellowship
The Mary H. Beatty Fellowship is awarded within the OGS International competition, where U of T's School of Graduate Studies awards the Mary H. Beatty Fellowships to highly meritorious applicants who were not selected for an OGS. Each fellowship is valued at $10,000 per award. This endowment fund is made possible by the Estate of Mary H. Beatty.