Centro Interdisciplinario de Estudios Sobre Desarrollo - Cider
Diana Ojeda is Associate Professor in sustainability, environment and development at the Interdisciplinary Center for Development Studies (Cider), Universidad de los Andes. Her research bridges political ecology, feminist geopolitics and studies of science in the study of socioenvironmental conflicts, particularly in relation to environmental conservation, climate change mitigation and nature tourism. Her work based in the Colombian Caribbean focuses on processes and dynamics of dispossession, agrarian extractivism, securitization and state formation from a feminist standpoint. Diana Ojeda holds a BA in Economics and a BA in History (Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia), and is MA and PhD in Geography (Clark University, Worcester, MA, USA).