Honduras | Central America
public health | anthropology of health | dehumanization | speculation
José Enrique Hasemann Lara holds a Ph.D. in anthropology (UCONN, 2021) and a M.A. in applied biocultural medical anthropology (USF, 2011) and M.P.H. in global communicable diseases (USF, 2011). His past research has focused on public health, inequality, dehumanization, and the unequal distribution of access to public goods in the urban landscapes of Tegucigalpa and Comayagüela, Honduras, as well as on processes of dehumanization and speculation surrounding private city projects in the Honduran Bay Islands known locally as ZEDES (Employment and Economic Development Zones).