Visiting Associate Research Scholar in Latin American Studies and Visiting Assistant Professor in Political Science and Latin American Studies
Working at the intersection of comparative politics and international relations, Sarah Daly is an assistant professor of political science at the University of Notre Dame, where she also serves as a faculty fellow in the Kellogg Institute for International Studies. Daly’s first book, Organized Violence After Civil War: The Geography of Recruitment in Latin America (2016), examined the postwar remilitarization or demilitarization of armed organizations. The recipient of a Swedish Foreign Ministry Grant, Daly has also studied the trajectories of armed individuals in the transition from war to peace, and has worked as a researcher for organizations including the Colombian Agency for Reintegration, Colombian Presidency; the Organization of American States, Mission to Support the Peace Process; and others. A Fulbright Scholar, her work has been seen in publications including the British Journal of Political Science; Conflict, Security & Development; Comparative Politics; the Journal of Peace Research; and Political Analysis. She has also written for The Washington Post and Huffington Post. Daly received her Ph.D. in political science from MIT, an M.S. in development studies from the London School of Economics, and a B.A. in international relations from Stanford, where she was a post-doctoral fellow in the Empirical Studies of Conflict Program within the Department of Political Science.