Rachel Sieder is a lecturer in politics at the Institute of Latin American Studies, University of London. She is also associate research fellow at the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences, Guatemala, where she is part of a team engaged in research on customary law and the peace process. She is author of Customary Law and Democratic Transition in Guatemala, and editor of Central America: Fragile Transition and Impunity in Latin America. Her research interests include the areas of law, culture, citizenship and democratic transition.
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