Mendes Braga, Ana Gabriela

02 Urr 2023 -tik 09 Urr 2023 -ra

Ana Gabriela M. Braga completed post-doctoral studies at the Center for Anthropology Research Network (CRIA - UMinho) and at the University in Brasilia (UnB). Master and PhD in Criminal Law and Criminology from the University of São Paulo (USP) with a period at the Department of Anthropology of the Universitat de Barcelona (UB). Professor of Law at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of UNESP-Franca. Coordinator of NEPAL (Center for Studies and Research in Imprisonment and Freedoms) and the C.E.L.
Extension project (Prison, Expression and Freedom). Former director, and currently associate, of the Empirical Research Network in Law (REED). She has experience in empirical research in law, criminal justice system and gender studies; as well as in the coordination of research teams and extension projects.
Publications available on the page
htp:// Author of "Imprisoned by the state and watched for crime - the laws of imprisonment and the construction of identity in prison" (2013) and co-author of "Giving birth in the shadow: exercise of motherhood in prison" (2019).
Area(s) of expertise: Gender; criminology; prison studies