Anna Carrillo Arnal
Inequality, Poverty and Mobility; Community and Urban Sociology; Political Economy
Anna Carrillo received her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and her Master’s degree in Sociological Research from the University of Barcelona, Spain. In her master’s thesis “Processes of Transformation in Neighborhoods of Concentrated Poverty. Analysis of the Role of Communicative Acts,” she analyzed a participatory and community-based project in a high-poverty neighborhood, paying attention to the interactions among Spanish and Moroccan inhabitants. In her dissertation, she explores how working-class men and women contest dominant economic discourses and develop alternative explanations of their economic situation. Her research interest areas include Social Inequalities, Urban Poverty, Stratification and Class, Community, and Political Economy.
2016. Graduate Student Support Grant. Sociology Department. University of Missouri - Columbia.
2016. Graduate Student Research and Training Award. Sociology Department. University of Missouri – Columbia.
2015. National Award End of Bachelor’s Degree. Area of Social and Legal Sciences. Second prize. Ministry of Education, Culture, and Sport. Government of Spain.
2014. Academic Achievement Award for Master’s degree in Sociological Research. University of Barcelona, Spain.
2013. Fulbright Scholarship. Fulbright Program.
2012. Fellowship for Junior Researchers APIF. University of Barcelona, Spain.
2012. Academic Achievement Award for Bachelors’ degree in Sociology. University of Barcelona, Spain.
2012. Scholarship of Collaboration with University Departments. University of Barcelona, Spain.
“Radicals, Anarchists, and Anti-systems: Media Construction of Deviance in Greek Popular Protests.” Presented at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Association for Humanist Sociology. Locavore Sociology: Challenging Globalization, Embracing the Local, 10/2015
“Processes of Transformation in Neighborhoods of Concentrated Poverty: Analysis of the Role of Communicative Acts”. MU Romance Languages Graduate Student Organization Colloquium, 5/2015
“Community Building in a Neighborhood of Concentrated Poverty: Analysis of Communicative Acts.” 32nd Annual Research & Creative Activities Forum. Graduate Professional Council (GPC). University of Missouri-Columbia, 3/2015
“Processes of Transformation in Neighborhoods of Concentrated Poverty. Analysis of the Role of Communicative Acts.” ASA Annual Meeting 2014: Hard Times. Round-table session on Community, 8/2014
“La Internacionalització dels Grups de Recerca en l’Àmbit de les Ciències Socials i Humanes” [The Internationalization of Research Groups in the Field of Social Sciences and Humanities]. II Workshop on Dissemination of Sociological Research, University of Barcelona, 11/2012
“Valors Materials i Postmaterials als Estats Units d’Amèrica” [Material and Postmaterial Values in the United States]. IV Congress of Young Sociologists: Young Perspectives, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Bellaterra, Spain, 4/2011
Flecha, Ramón, Gisela Redondo, Patricia Melgar, Edgar Modejar, Paula Vives, and Anna Carrillo. 2011. Diagnosi de la Internacionalitzacio dels SGR a Nivell Qualitatiu en l’àmbit de les Ciències Socials. [Diagnosis of the Internationalization of the SGR Groups at a Qualitative Level in the Field of Social Sciences].Barcelona: AGAUR, Generalitat de Catalunya [Catalan Government]. Link:http://www10.gencat.net/agaur_web/generados/catala/home/recurs/doc/diagn...
Carrillo, Anna. 2013. The Power of Religion in the Public Sphere. [Review of the book The Power of Religion in the Public Sphere]. International and Multidisciplinary Journal of Social Sciences, 2(2), 218-220. doi: 10.4471/rimcis.2013.21
Carrillo Arnal, Anna. 2014. La Internacionalització dels Grups de Recerca en l’Àmbit de les Ciencies Socials i Humanes [The Internationalization of Research Groups in the Area of Social Sciences and Humanities], Pp.49-52 in Ambits de Recerca i Metodologies en Sociologia [Areas of Research and Methodologies in Sociology], edited by Elisabet Almeda Samaranch, Liliana Arroyo Moliner, Marc Pradel Miquel, and Josep Maria Rotger Cerda. Barcelona: University of Barcelona.