Juan Masullo Jimenez
Juan Masullo J. is a Ph.D. candidate at the European University Institute. His research interests include civil wars, collective action, nonviolent action, and contentious politics. His current work explores micro-dynamics and social processes of civil war, with a particular focus on civilian individual and collective behavior, and decision-making. In his dissertation, exploring both conditions and micro-foundations, he develops a theory to explain the emergence of organized civilian noncooperation with armed groups. He is an honorary member of the Consortium on Social Movement Studies (COSMOS) and an associate researcher at the Conflict Analysis Resource Center (CERAC). He studied political science and sociology at Javeriana University and holds M.A. degrees in International Relations (International Peace and Security) from the Institut Barcelona d’Estudis Internacionals (IBEI) and Political Science (Comparative Politics) from the Central European University (CEU).