Biotech | Ethnography of science and technology | Extraction | Feminist STS | Gender | Labor | Latin America | Media Anthropology | Neoliberalism | Political Anthropology | Political ecology | political economy |
About María Fernanda
I am an anthropologist from Oaxaca, México. My research and practice interests revolve around the webs formed by labour, technologies, and territories in the context of contemporary Latin America, particularly Mexico and Central America. I work with political economy, political ecology, and feminist perspectives. I have explored these topics through academic research as well as from editorial, artistic, and pedagogical approaches. I coordinate the editorial and radio project Magma and I enjoy organising workshops, especially with children and using tools as radio, photography, video, and cartography.