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Inés Giménez Delgado

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International Research Training Group 'Temporalities of Future in Latin America'

PhD Candidate

Anthropology

Project: "War in the Body: Mechanisms of the Unlawful, Forced Displacement and Dispossession in Guerrero, Mexico. An Ethnographic and Audiovisual Approach”

Education

Since 09/2020

PhD Candidate, International Research Training Group ‘Temporalities of Future’

Since 08/2017

PhD Candidate at the Department for Latin American Studies, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)

10/2013 – 10/2016

Master of Arts (Maestría) in Anthropological Research, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Madrid, Spain

10/2007 – 10/2008

Master of Arts (Maestría) in Journalism and Communication, Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain

10/2002 – 10/2007

Bachelor of Arts (Licenciatura) in History, Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain

Work Experience

Since 09/2020

Researcher, International Research Training Group ‘Temporalities of Future’

12/2018 – 07/2019 Media and Campaign Consultant, International Labour Organization (ILO), Mexico
11/2016 – 08/2018 Communication Coordinator, Instituto de Estudios y Divulgación sobre Migración A.C. (INEDIM), Mexico
 09/2015 – 08/2016 Media consultant, Group of Community-Based Tourism, Universidad de Concepción, Chile
 10/2012 – 03/2015 Communications Consultant, OXFAM GB, Guatemala, Colombia, Honduras
 01/2013 – 09/2016 Communications Officer, International Drug Policy Consortium (IDPC), London
 10/2012 – 01/2013 Journalist, LolaMora Productions (London, Chile, Colombia)
 03/2012 – 10/2012 Media Officer, Latin American Water Tribunal (TLA), San José, Costa Rica
 04/2011 – 12/2011 Cultural Producer and bookseller, La Pantera Rossa, Zaragoza, Spain
10/2009 – 01/2011 Communications Officer, Centre of Human Rights “Tlachinollan”, Guerrero, México

Project: "War in the Body: Mechanisms of the Unlawful, Forced Displacement and Dispossession in Guerrero, Mexico. An Ethnographic and Audiovisual Approach"


Supervisors: Dr. Daniel Inclán Solís, IIeC, UNAM; Dr. John Saxe – Fernández, CEIICH, UNAM; Dr. Pilar Calveiro, UACM


I will focus on the study of some regions of Guerrero as a territory of friction in the capitalist periphery, where the tension axes of violence are condensed: struggle for the nodal points of drug transit and extraction of raw materials. In this region, some of the most severe expressions of violence, such as massive practices of disappearance and forced displacement, also take place.

Objective 1.1. Showing the cartography of the dispute over communication axes in this territory, as a result of the fragmentation of large criminal structures derived from the war on drugs strategies, which also leads towards the collusion of criminality within the institutions of the State;

Objective 1.2. Exploring the convergence, interconnection or antagonism between the technological times of war, the bureaucratic times of the state (dedicated to counting victims) and the productive times and local rituals, which are broken down by the dynamics of war, death, and forced disappearance and displacement;

Objective 1.3. Showing future horizons, future possibilities and reduction of violence around three pathways: The strategies of collective organization of the peoples and their regularization (Law 701); the legalization and regularization of drug markets (poppy and cannabis) and the greater participation of women in community dynamics.

Chapter

Giménez Delgado, Inés (2018): “Re-Encantar la Economía: El Turismo Comunitario Culinario como Medio de Vida Alternativo en la Cordillera de Nahuelbuta, Chile” in: Cogco Calderón, Rogelio & Adolfo y Pérez Cruz, Jorge Alberto (Eds.), Capital Social, Descentralización y Participación Ciudadana: Entre la reflexión y la evidencia, México: Universidad Autónoma de Tamaulipas.

Articles

Giménez Delgado, Inés & Carrasco Henríquez, Noelia & Aliste Almuna, Enrique (2018): "Frutos en disputa: prácticas recolectoras y gastrogénesis en la Baja Frontera de Nahuelbuta", Boletín Geógrafos Españoles 

Giménez Delgado, Inés (2017): "Simbolizar, significar y marcar: estrategias de mujeres agrorrecolectoras en Nahuelbuta (Chile) ante la Industria Forestal", Filanderas, 1, 2:7-28.

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