Elizabeth Hawkins

Elizabeth Hawkins is a San Salvador–based attorney and writer with a background in representing immigrants and asylum seekers. A former recipient of the Critchfield Fellowship from the Institute of Current World Affairs, Hawkins’s research focuses on access to justice, gender-based violence, intergenerational trauma, and women’s post-pandemic recovery in El Salvador.
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Kneeling Before Corn

Kneeling Before Corn

Recuperating More-than-Human Intimacies on the Salvadoran Milpa

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