About

Anna Hidalgo, Doctoral Candidate
Department of Sociology,
Columbia University

About Me

I am a doctoral candidate in the Department of Sociology at Columbia University. My research interests include gender & sexuality, race, culture, and global and transnational exchange. You can learn more about my work here.

At Columbia, I am a Paul F. Lazarsfield Fellow and a Provost’s Diversity Fellow. I am also a Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellow and a National Science Foundation GRFP Fellow. Additionally, my work has been funded by the Social Sciences Research Council and the Columbia University Institute for Latin American Studies.

Before beginning my doctoral studies, I worked with the CDC’s National HIV Behavioral Surveillance Study at the AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts, and was a Senior Research Assistant with the NIH Adolescent Trials Network at The Fenway Institute. I also worked as a Research and Planning specialist at Action for Boston Community Development.

I was born in the Dominican Republic, and was raised in South Florida. I graduated from Brown University in 2009 with a BA in History. At Brown, I was a Sidney E. Frank Scholar and a Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellow. In my free time I enjoy practicing yoga, surfing, traveling, and exploring New York City’s diverse neighborhoods and food scene.

Education

  • MPhil Sociology, Columbia University, 2019
  • M.A. Sociology, Columbia University, 2016
  • B.A. History, Brown University, 2009