The Nicaragua: Youth Culture, Literacy, and Media program launched in January 2014. ISP’s for this program will be available starting summer 2014. ISP’s written prior to January 2014 can be found under Nicaragua: Revolution, Transformation, and Civil Society.

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Submissions from 2016

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La creación de crianza: un retrato de la niñez en Martín Centeno, Sara Dean, Wesleyan University

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The Vibrant Traditions of Masaya: El Mestizaje as a Culture, a Process, and a State of Being, Isabelle Lee, Emory University

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Instead of Silence: Chinese Nicaraguans and the Formation of Identity across Two Cultures, Lisa Lee, Brown University

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“Mi resistencia me nutre” Las vivencias de mujeres matagalpinas de acoso callejero y sus estrategias de resistencia / "My resistance nourishes me" The experiences of female street killers of matagalpinas and their strategies of resistance, Olivia Linn, University of North Carolina

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“Ellas miran la realidad”: La sequía y la gestión de mujeres en Santa Julia, Nicaragua, Deborah Secular, Barnard College

Submissions from 2015

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Construyendo un mundo sin violencia machista: Los aportes de las organizaciones de mujeres en Nicaragua para transformar la cultura machista y prevenir la violencia, Grace Carballo, University of Southern California

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La búsqueda de una agenda en común: Una mirada feminista a las organizaciones LGBTI en Nicaragua, Rachel Crane, Macalester College

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Curandera, Partera, Bush Doctor, Luna Olavarría Gallegos, Ithaca College

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Los Guardianes de Yaoska de Rancho Grande: Ocho pasos para detener una empresa minera transnacional, Joshua Marcus, Macalester College

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Furendei Wama Garifuna Aprendemos En Garifuna, Emmanuel Melgoza-Alfaro, University of Colorado at Boulder

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La vida es un conflicto, pero hay que llevar soluciones: La resolución de conflicto en comunidades rurales de San Ramón Nicaragua a través de facilitadores judiciales rurales y mediación, Marlee Raible, Whitman College

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The Digital Gap: An Investigation into the Access and Use of Internet in Matagalpa, Nicaragua, Kayla Steinberg, Macalester College

Submissions from 2014

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Fuera de la Casa En Búsqueda de Espacios para Mujeres Jóvenes en Matagalpa / Outside the House Search Spaces for Young Women in Matagalpa, Brenna Bailey, Whitman College

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“We’ve Lost Sight of The Blue and White, and We Need To Find It Again.” Youth, Divergence of Memory, and Political Polarization in Post- Conflict Nicaragua, Cameron Kesinger, Macalester College

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Emergency State Cultural Imagination and Expression among Afro-descendant Youth in Pearl Lagoon, Jennifer Lunceford, Yale University

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We Are Not the Future, We Are the Present: CANTERA, Young People, and Community Development, Emily Rapport, Davidson College

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Coming into Consciousness Women’s Empowerment Projects in Chinandega, Nicaragua, Brittany Wightman, Occidental College

Submissions from 2013

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Una Lucha Contra la Corriente: Análisis de la ley 779 Ley Integral Contra la Violencia Hacia las Mujeres en Nicaragua, Christina Brown, Warren Wilson College

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Como el Hijo de Nadie: Internal Divisions and the Struggle for Attention in Bocana de Paiwas, Alina Rosenfeld, Vassar College