Samuel Law

Anthropology; Summer Fieldwork Grantee (2020)
Affiliated Graduate Students, Summer Fieldwork Grantees (2020)

Sam Law is an Anthropology doctoral student studying autonomous social movements in Mexico City. Previously, he focused on movements against political violence in Mexico and indigenous rights-based claims in a Guatemalan anti-mining struggle.

Sam is the recipient of a 2020 Fieldwork Grant on Human Rights & Inequality. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, his award will be deferred until a time when he is able to travel to Mexico City, Mexico, to conduct his fieldwork. Read about Sam's project, "Constructing Urban Autonomy: Communal Responses to Inequality in Mexico City’s Peripheries."