Feminist anthropology | gender | sexuality |cis and trans identities | sex work | Latin America | Mexico | Canada | social movements | labour/work | neoliberalism and globalization | international development | social justice | human rights | HIV | global health politics | racism and anti-racism | migration and transnationalism| historical ethnography | applied and legal anthropology.
My doctoral dissertation focuses on trans politics and sex work in Mexico, specifically looking at transgender women’s most recent efforts to obtain legal, health, labour, and social rights.
MA in Anthropology, University of British Columbia, 2007
BA in Ethnology, National School of Anthropology and History, 2005
BA in Hispanic Language and Literatures, National Autonomous University of Mexico, 2002
Supervisor: Alexia Bloch