Audrey-Anne Doyle

Audrey-Anne Doyle is a second year graduate student at Concordia University enrolled in the MA Political Science program. She is interested in the politics of violence, informality and resistance amongst low-income and otherwise marginalized groups in Latin America. Other than her involvement with ERIGAL, Audrey is also a member of Concordia’s Lab for Latin American and Caribean Studies (LLACS) and its subgroup; the Center for Research on Resistance, Informality and Violence (CERIV). She spent the summer months of 2018 conducting research in a local market in Guatemala studying the imbrication of illegal, informal and formal networks amongst a variety of socio-economic actors such as stall owners, the municipal market administration and union representatives.