Daniel Gómez Uribe is a PhD candidate in the programme group Political Economy and Transnational Governance (PETGOV).
I am a researcher trained in political science, journalism and audio-visual production. My research focuses on the conditions and practices through which rural civilians and armed groups establish alliances in war zones. I am interested in how civilians and combatants interact during wartime. In my work, I conduct immersive field research in different war zones in Colombia.
I am also a junior lecturer of the Political Science bachelor programme. I teach Introduction to Political Science Research, Political Economy, Democracies and Autocracies, Academic Skills and I supervise BA theses.