Third Culture Kid. Mexican-Indigenous activist pursuing an Anthropology PhD with a passion for human rights, humanitarianism, geopolitics and economic justice. Here, I chronicle my journey and any other things I find to my liking.
This blog exists not only as a personal mouthpiece, but also a global platform, upon which I invite netizens to engage in dialogue and foster connections; ultimately strengthening the anthropological community transnationally, while ensuring the continuance of the tools, techniques and principals of Anthropology.
My interest include : Human Rights, Visual Anthropology, Humanitarianism, Refugee Displacement, Immigration, Transnationalism, Intersectionality, Art Therapy, GeoPolitics, Corporate and Internship Culture, Worker Disposability, Labor and Union Law, Indigenous and Minority Economic Justice, Millennial labor, Postmodernism and Activist Ethnography
Thoughts on Naomi Klein and Avi Lewis
Thoughts on David Hess and Lamia Karim
Thoughts on Fresh Fruit, Broken Bodies by Seth Holmes
Thoughts on A Brief History of Neoliberalism by David Harvey
Thoughts on Michael Albert, Robin Hahnel and Erik Wright
Thoughts on Charles Hale, Linda Green, Nancy Scheper-Hughes, Edmund Gordon, Philippe Bourgois, Faye Harrison and Alex Khasnabish