Guilherme Baratho

Guilherme Baratho is a doctoral student at Northeastern University and a volunteer member of the Research Collective Building Together. During the past 12 months, he has virtually participated in discussions with the Research Collective regarding the aid-mobilization project during the Covid-19 pandemic. During the summer, he traveled to Cidade de Deus to help create a dossier, which would act as an official document that NGOs can send to funders and policymakers to receive recognition for the assistance they provided. Baratho uses qualitative methods to study the role of religion in relation to politics and urban structure in Brazil. Prior to Northeastern, he completed his master's in sociology at the University of Chicago and a BA in sociology from the University of California, Los Angeles.

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