Postdoctoral researcher in political and historical anthropology
Her main areas of interest include factionalism, clientilism and caciquismo, state formation, ethnicity, and multicultural politics. Among her publications are her 2014 PhD thesis, El espejismo del orden : Etnografía histórica sobre política local en Cherán, Michoacán (1856-2014) (The mirage of order: A historical ethnography of local politics in Cherán, Michoacán (1856-2014)) at the Colegio de Michoacán, and the article, “’We are indigenous of the Purhépecha people’. Hegemony, multiculturalism and neoliberal state reforms in Mexico” (2019). She took up a Newton International Fellowship at CISRUL in March 2021 for 2 years to work on the project “Gray zones in agribusiness regulation”.