Catalina García is a PhD candidate in the Governance and Inclusive Development (GID) programme group of the AISSR. Her research focuses on understanding maritime boundary-making dynamics from a sociolegal perspective in the Western Caribbean.
She holds an MA in History from los Andes University, and a bachelor in Anthropology from the National University of Colombia. She has over 12 years’ experience as an independent researcher working on maritime social-related projects in the Caribbean.
Scholtens J., Song A.M., Stephen J., Chavez C.G., Bavinck M., Sowman M. (2019) Transdisciplinary Engagement to Address Transboundary Challenges for Small-Scale Fishers. In: Chuenpagdee R., Jentoft S. (eds) Transdisciplinarity for Small-Scale Fisheries Governance. MARE Publication Series, vol 21. Springer, Cham