Camila Caldeira Nunes Dias

Biografia

Camila Dias holds a BA in Social Sciences, with full licentiate (2002), an MA (2005) and a PhD (2011) in Sociology from the University of Sao Paulo. She is currently an Assistant Professor at UFABC and serves as a collaborative researcher at the Center for the Study of Violence (NEV) of the University of Sao Paulo.

Academic Background

2007 - 2011: PhD in Sociology (CAPES Concept 7).
University of Sao Paulo, USP, Brazil.
Title: From pulverization to the monopoly of violence: expansion and consolidation of PCC Dominance within the São Paulo Prison System.
Advisor: Sérgio França Adorno de Abreu.

2003 - 2005: MA in Sociology (CAPES Concept 7).
University of Sao Paulo, USP, Brazil.
Title: The church as a refuge and the Bible as a hideout? Religious conversion, ambiguity, and tension among evangelical prisoners and the prison population.
Advisor: Lísias Nogueira Negrão.

1998 - 2002: Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences.
University of Sao Paulo, USP, Brazil.
Fellowship: National Council for Scientific and Technological Development, CNPq, Brazil.

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