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Daniel Goldstein

Associate Professor | School of Arts & Sciences, Rutgers University
"E-Terrify: Electronic Surveillance of the Immigrant Worker in Obama's America"

Key Topics:
crime, violence, security, human rights, anthropology, Latin America

Expert's Biography:
Daniel Goldstein received his Ph.D. in cultural anthropology from the University of Arizona in 1997. He has been conducting field research in Bolivia since 1993, with a focus on questions of crime, insecurity, violence and human rights. With funding from the National Science Foundation, he is studying the impacts of insecurity on poor urban residents and market vendors in a Bolivian city.


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