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Catalina Guadalupe Saiz Juárez

International Research Training Group "Temporalities of Future"

MA Student

Gender Studies

Project: "Feminist periphery: women in collective action (re)constructing themselves from the territory"

Education

08/2022 – present

MA Candidate, in Gender Studies at The College of Mexico, Mexico

02/2019 – 11/2019

Diploma in Asian Studies at National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico

08/2013 – 05/2019

Bachelor in Business Administration at National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico

02/2017 – 08/2017

Academic Exchange at Peking University, China.

 

Work Experience

04/2020 – 12/2022

Strategic Planning Coordinator, Oxfam Mexico

05/2019 – 03/2020

Public Engagement Officer, Oxfam Mexico

Project: "Feminist periphery: women in collective action collective action (re)constructing themselves from the territory"

This project analyzes the political stance of peripheral feminism, using gender as an analytical category and territory as a transversal dimension. The research consists of the analysis of empirical evidence obtained from November 2022 to July 2023 in 10 municipalities at Greater Mexico City, by in-depth interviews conducted with 18 women who are part of feminist collectives self-identified as peripheral feminist. The study is carried out from gender studies, applying feminist epistemology, and integrates some theoretical notions of human geography and political science. In addition, the concepts of aspiration and anticipation are explored in depth, recognizing the transformative potential of local feminist collective action. In this way, it aims to deepen the potential of feminist collective action in the Mexican periphery, both to question the political subject of feminism of the future and to challenge what it means to be a woman in the periphery in the long term.

Saiz Juárez, C. G. (2018) Hacia una administración feminista, análisis del androcentrismo en la teoría general de la administración: estudio de caso Plan 2012 FCA-UNAM [Bachelors Dissertation, National Autonomous University of Mexico] http://132.248.9.195/ptd2019/febrero/0785288/Index.html

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