Papers and Articles

Here you can find publications and on-line articles I wrote, and some papers I wrote during my Master Degree at SIPA.


Sophia B. Liu and Anahi Ayala Iacucci, “Crisis map mashups in a participatory age”, ACSM Bulletin #245, June 2010

Sophia B. Liu, Anahi Ayala Iacucci, and Patrick Meier, “Ushahidi Haiti and Chile: next generation crisis mapping”, ACSM Bulletin #246, August 2010

Clark C. Freifeld, Rumi Chunara, Sumiko R. Mekaru, Emily H. Chan, Taha Kass-Hout, Anahi Ayala Iacucci, John S. Brownstein, “Participatory Epidemiology: Use of Mobile Phones for Community-Based Health Reporting”, PLoS Med 7(12), December 7, 2010

Anahi Ayala Iacucci, The Ushahidi Manual, March 2011

Anahi Ayala, The Dichotomy of Technology in Conflict: Beauty and the Beast – in Vazquez Llorente R. and Wall, I. (eds.) (2014) Communications technology and humanitarian delivery: challenges and opportunities for security risk management. European Interagency Security Forum (EISF).



“Al Qaeda: the search for identity”, Course in International Politics in the Middle East, Prof. Ghassan Salame, Spring 2009

“Protecting the Responsibility to Protect”, Course in Rethinking Human Rights, Prof. Elazar Barkan, Spring 2009

“The humanitarian crisis in Gaza: the primacy of politics?”, Course in Managing Complex Emergency, Prof. Dirk Salomons, Spring 2009

“Protection of Civilians in Peace-building”, Course: Building Peace after Conflicts, Prof. Dirk Salomons, Fall 2009

“Beyond protection of Civilians – A critical analysis of the OCHA/DPKO Report “Protecting Civilians in the Context of UN Peacekeeping operations””, Prof. Dorothea Hilhorts, Fall 2009

“Iran and the 2009 Presidential Election”, Course in Rethinking Middle East Politics, Prof. Tymothy Mitchell, Fall 2009

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