Sociologist, Master in Human Settlements and the Environment, PhD candidate in Architecture and Urban Studies. My research interests lie on political geography, globalisation, political spaces and photography, which are part of my proposal dissertation, entitled Articulation of development priorities in political spaces: discourses and power relations behind socio-spatial changes around industries in Southern Chile. This project is related with two academic initiatives:
1. Planning a monoculture: actors and socio-spatial transformations in Chiloé faced to the development of salmon aquaculture, 1982-2008 is a project funded by the National Commision of Scientific and Technological Research of Chile and leaded by Jonathan Barton, at Pontifical University Catholic of Chile (UC).
2. Negotiating new political spaces: claims for redistribution and recognition in Chile and Bolivia is driven by Arnt Fløysand, at University of Bergen (UiB), with funds from The Research Council of Norway.