Ms T.A. (Tracian) Meikle MSc
Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences
GPIO : Governance and Inclusive Development
Nieuwe Achtergracht 166 Room number: B4.01
1001 NC Amsterdam
Tracian Meikle is working on the research project ‘Visual Culture and Criminal Iconization in Jamaica’ under the supervision of Rivke Jaffe, in the Governance and Inclusive Development research group. She hails from Kingston, Jamaica and received her Masters Degree from the University of the West Indies in Sociology-Anthropology and her undergraduate degree from Sewanee: University of the South, in Tennessee, The United States, in Anthropology and Chemistry. Her research interests include culture and identity formation, urban spaces, systems of power and social inequality, and community development. She has experience in ethnographic methodologies and participatory action research and brings these skills to ‘The Popular Culture of Illegality: Criminal Authority and the Politics of Aesthetics in Latin America and the Caribbean’ team. She loves exploring parks in cities, attending live music events and eating sandwiches by the water.
- Meikle, T., & Jaffe, R. (2015). "Police as the new don"? An assessment of post-Dudus policing strategies in Jamaica. Caribbean Journal of Criminology, 1(2), 75-100. [details]
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