Jorge E. Cuéllar is a Mellon Faculty Fellow and assistant professor in Latin American, Latino, and Caribbean Studies at Dartmouth College. Cuéllar is an interdisciplinary scholar who focuses on the politics and daily life of modern Central America. Informed by social theory, his research focuses on worlds characterized by social fragmentation, insecurity, and environmental degradation by highlighting struggles that interrupt the violent logics that produce precarity, displacement, dispossession, and everyday death. His writing has appeared in El Faro, NACLA, Social Text Online, and Radical History Review’s The Abusable Past.
Endless Coup, Permanent Struggle: On Nina Lakhani’s “Who Killed Berta Cáceres?”
A story of elite violence and US impunity in Honduras....