PhD in Antropology (Freie Universität Berlin) (2011), Master’s Degree in Migrations and Shelter (UAM) (2006) and Master’s Degree in Cultural Studies (UASB) (2004). She had a postdoctoral fellowship in the Area Studies (2012), at the Freie Universität of Berlin.
She was awarded with the Third National Research Prize Marqués de Lozoya (2011) and nominee to the Ernst-Reuter-Prize at the Antropology Department of the Freie Universität of Berlin (2011).
She has worked as a teacher and a researcher in several universities of Europe and South America. Nowadays she is full professor at BAU and collaborator professor at UOC. She is part of the Euraca Seminar and a member of the Grupo Etnografía y Educación of the IMA. She is part of the red Miseal of the Freie Universität of Berlin and she is also a collaborator of the Grupo de investigación Medaccions and the Research Collective on Digital Media & Culture of the UOC. Nowadays she coordinates the campus of the project “Una Ciudad, Muchos Mundos” in the Intermediae-Matadero and in the seminar “Etnografía a lo bruto: un opening de datos muy salvaje”.
She is the author of the book “Biografía para uso de los pájaros: infancia, memoria y migración” (2013). Her works had been published in academical journals, books and digital media. She collaborates with the Estado Mental y Plan V.
Her fields of reserach’s interest are memory and migrations, critical pedagogies, experimental etnography and studies and exercise of decolonisation. Lately she has been interested on multidisciplinary and experimental methodologies, and she has developed projects and workshops inside and outside university range.