Fernando Galeana Rodriguez
Ph.D., Development Sociology
Fernando Galeana is a former World Bank consultant who participated in the design, supervision, and evaluation of land administration projects in Latin America and Eastern Europe. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Stanford University and a master's degree in International Development from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies.
His current research interests are in knowledge formation and property rights drawing on literature from the political economy of development, political ecology, and critical cartography.
His research focuses on knowledge formation and property rights in relation to the political economy of development, political ecology, and critical cartography. His publications include assessments about land policy and land markets in Mexico, El Salvador, and Paraguay. He has participated in several initiatives to help strengthen the recognition of indigenous peoples' land rights, including a South-South Exchange with Colombia, Honduras, and Nicaragua, and a study on land markets in Peten, Guatemala.
- Wendy Wolford (Global Development)
- Raymond Craib (History)
- Paul Nadasdy (Anthropology)
- Kendra McSweeney (Geography, Ohio State University)
- Galeana, Fernando. "Legitimating the State and the Social Movement: Clientelism, Brokerage, and Collective Land Rights in Honduras." Journal of Latin American Geography, vol. 19 no. 4, 2020, p. 11-42. Project MUSE, doi:10.1353/lag.2020.0099.
Connect with Fernando
- fg255 [at] cornell.edu