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I am a doctoral candidate and teaching fellow in the Department of Political Studies at Queen’s University, Canada, where I specialize in Comparative Politics and Political Theory.
I received my Master’s in Government and Public Policy and my BA in Philosophy from Universidad Panamericana in Mexico City.
I am an academic collaborator and visiting scholar at the Social and Political Environment Department at IPADE Business School, a member of the Public Service Network of the Botín Foundation, and a fellow at the Centre for the Study of Democracy and Diversity at Queen's University.
My academic interests lie mostly within Ibero-American politics and civil society, particularly the Mexican and Spanish cases. Other interests are philosophy, ethics, public policy, corporate social responsibility, education, and fiction.
My doctoral project studies the impact that civil society networks have in nationalist social movements and political parties by looking at cases of Catalonia and the Basque Country, and how CSOs may contribute to the radicalization or moderation of the demands presented to the state.
Civil Society, Social Movements, Nationalism, Political Parties, Federalism, Contentious Politics.
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