I hold a Bachelor's degree in International Relations from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and was awarded a Master's degree in Human Ecology: Culture, Power and Sustainability from Lund University.
At SLU - 2022
Forest and Landscape Management (LK0424)
At the National Autonomous University of Mexico -2008-2011
Globalization, Identity and Cultural Diversity
Geo-economics, geopolitics and hegemonic crises
Social sciences theory and methodology
Bachelor’s thesis writing workshop
Besides my academic background, I have almost four years of experience in interdisciplinary research at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Sciences and Humanities (CEIICH) in Mexico, where I worked as a research and project assistant within the program “The world in the twenty first century.” Our topics of research were geopolitics, geo-economics, globalization and its connection to scarce natural resources access and use, ecological crisis, as well as the links between technology and sustainability.
Studying social changes, injustices and inequalities on a global and local level is among my greatest interests. I have spent my entire adult life teaching and holding workshops for youth and adults. I have done this in various contexts, including civil society organizations, municipal schools as well as universities and other forums in Sweden, Denmark, Japan and Mexico.
I have worked as a research assistant, lecturer and substitute teacher, been active as an academic advisor and programme coordinator, participated in various actions for the climate and worked on a voluntary basis within several organizations.