Kimberly Howe, 2012

Email Address:

Kimberly.Howe@tufts.edu

kimmyhowe@gmail.com

PhD Dissertation

  • Violent Momentum: Paramilitary Demobilization, Grey Zones and the Search for Wealth in Contemporary Colombia

Publications

  • - Howe, Kimberly, Sánchez, Fabio and Contreras, Carolina. ¿EL CAMINO HACIA LA PAZ O PALOS DE CIEGO? IMPACTO DEL PROGRAMA DE DESMOVILIZACIÓN PARAMILITAR EN LA VIOLENCIA HOMICIDA EN COLOMBIA. Documento CEDE 2010-43. Bogotá: Universidad de los Andes. 2010
  • - Howe, Kimberly and Uvin, Peter. "I Want to Marry a Dynamic Girl: On Changing Gender Expectations in Burundi.” In LIFE AFTER VIOLENCE: A PEOPLE’S STORY OF BURUNDI, ed. Peter Uvin. London: Zed Books 2009.
  • - Howe, Kimberly. "Conflict Transformation and the Urban Displaced in Colombia." HUMANITARIAN EXCHANGE. 45 (DEC 2009). 
  • - Jacobsen, Karen and Howe, Kimberly with IDMC. INTERNAL DISPLACEMENT TO URBAN AREAS: THE TUFTS-IDMC PROFILING STUDY. CASE 3, SANTA MARTA, COLOMBIA. Sept 2008.
  • - Uvin, Peter and Howe, Kimberly. Youth in Post-Conflict Burundi: Exclusion, Gender and Prospects for Peace and Reconciliation. Report Commissioned by the World Bank. Washington, DC October 2007.

Awards, Fellowships, and Grants

  • - Jennings Randolph Peace Scholar, US Institute of Peace, 2010-2011
  • - Dean’s Award Recipient, Summer Research Fund, The Fletcher School 2010
  • - Board of Advisors, the Humanitarian Studies Institute of OCHA, Bogotá Colombia, 2010
  • - Next Generation Grant Recipient, Program on Negotiation, Harvard Law School, 2009
  • - Provost Fellow, Tufts University, 2007-2009
  • - Doctoral Research Award Recipient, The Feinstein International Center, Tufts University, 2008
  • - Scholarship Recipient, The Fletcher School, Tufts University, 2005-2011
  • - Fellow, Harvard University Medical School, 1999-2001

Previous Education

  • - MALD from The Fletcher School, Tufts University
  • - Master of Social Work from Simmons College, School of Social Work
  • - BA from Simmons College

Fletcher Fields of Study

  • - Human Security
  • - Forced Migration
  • - International Negotiation and Conflict Resolution