Dayna Cueva Alegría

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  • PhD Candidate
  • Geography
  • Social Theory
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Education

MA. Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Indiana University

MA. Linguistics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

BA. Philosophy and Chemistry (Double Major), Wellesley College

 

 

Teaching

GEO 316 "Environment and Development", Spring 2019 - (Instructor)

GEO 162 "Global Environmental Issues", Spring 2018 - (Teaching Assistant)

GEO 255 "Geography of the Global Economy", Spring 2017 - (Teaching Assistant)

 

 

Research

- Environmental Geography

- Political Geography Governance

- Democracy and Environmental Governance

- State and Development

- Water

My field research is based in the coffee fields of Cajamarca, Peru and around Lake Titicaca in Puno, Peru. In Cajamarca, I study female governance and development in the Cafe Femenino Fair Trade Cooperative while in Puno, I study the role of democratization in Lake Titicaca's water pollution governance.

 

 

Selected Publications: 

Cueva Alegría, D. (2016). The case of Café Femenino: The limitations of gender-conscious Fair Trade. World Development Perspectives, 1, 1-3. 

Cueva Alegría, D. (2019). Branding of an Ethical Development Narrative: Fair Trade, Gender, and Peru's Café Femenino. In S. Brunn & R. Kehrein (Eds.), Handbook of the Changing World Language Map. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer Publications. https://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007%2F978-3-319-73400-2_163-1.pdf

 

 

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