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Paulina Guerrero is a PhD candidate in folklore at Indiana University. My interests are in women's occupational folklore, food sustainability, Afro-Caribbean music, and urban folklore. I have experience in public programming, festival planning, curating, and fundraising.

Currently, she is a Wing Fellow at the Maryland Historical Society. She is also working on her dissertation about the Smith Island Women's Crab Co-op in the Chesapeake Bay. Her masters project was about plenero street musicians in Puerto Rico. She is involved in various freelance and contract projects throughout the Washington D.C. area.


Paulina Guerrero, Program Manager, USA (Washington D.C.)

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