Tag Archives: Mexico

Today we held the first GENI seminar of the academic year: México Lindo…y Transfóbico: experiencias del ser trans en Sonora y el valle de Toluca by María Fernanda Velarde and Edith Villavicencio, visiting researchers at GENI Fernanda Velarde presented her ethnographic research in Hermosillo, Sonora, highlighting the difficulties and challenges that trans people face to live […]

  We are happy to announce this academic year’s first GENI seminar: México Lindo y… transfóbico. Experiencias del ser trans en Sonora y el Valle de Toluca, by María Fernanda Velarde (Iniversidad de Sonora) and Edith Villavicencio (Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México). The seminar will take place on the 26 November from 11h to 12h30 at room 205 in the […]

Our colleague Diana Mata Codesal, has recently published  “Gendered (Im)mobility: Rooted Women and Waiting Penelopes” in the Journal of Migration and Culture. The article explores (im)mobility as a gendered social construction: In rural Mexico, as in many other locations worldwide, women’s mobility is depicted as less natural or more problematic than men’s. Simultaneously, women are […]