Childhood Studies, Children's Rights, Political Subjectivities and Children, Global Studies, Media Studies, Transitional Contexts.
Diana's work examines and centers children and youth participation in peace-building as a node for studying how processes of collective memory and peace education affect young people's self-constructions and political identities. Her multidisciplinary approach to the Colombian post-accord context draws from the fields of childhood studies, museum studies, memory studies and political philosophy. She also combines Latin-American scholarship, decolonial and postcolonial theories and ethnographic methods.
García Gómez, Diana Carolina and Strandgaard Jensen, Helle. "The Perfect Computer? Children’s Experiences with ICT in Rural Colombia" In Visual Encounters in the Study of Rural Childhoods edited by April Mandrona and Claudia Mitchell, 218-232. Ithaca, NY: Rutgers University Press, 2018.
García Gómez, Diana Carolina. "'I have the right': examining the role of children in the #DimeLaVerdad campaign" In Childhoods in Peace and Conflict, edited by M. Beier, & J. Tabak. Palgrave Macmillan. Forthcoming.
Ph.D. Childhood Studies, Rutgers University
M.A. Cognition and Communication, University of Copenhagen
B.A. Political Science and International Relations, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana