Fields of activities:
|» Anthropology |
|» Migration |
» Business and Management
Brief description of your activity focus
Working on several projects on trade unionism, social movements, migrant workers and Third Sector.
Details about Expertise / Competences / Technologies
Research fields: trade unions, sociology of work, social movements, political anthropology, migrant workers and
Qualitative research techniques: semi-structured interviews, participant observation, digital ethnography, social
network analysis (with Ucinet, Gephi, Netdraw and other softwares), document anaysis, life history, critical
Teaching and communication skills.
|Project Title||Multilevel governance of cultural diversity in a comparative perspective: EU-Latin America|
International and national projects beyond EU Framework Programme
2016-2018. The Scope and limits of radical unionism in Europe. Researcher. PI: Ralph Darlington ton (University of
Salford). Funded by the British Academy.
2015-2017. Mobility and labour instability as challenges for European societies (EUIN2015-62600). Ministry of Economy
and Competitiveness of Spain.
2015. Political culture of Spanish workers in situation of intra-European mobility. Postdoctoral research. Universidad de
Sevilla. Plan Propio (11 months).
2015-2018. GOVDIV Multilevel Governance of Cultural Diversity in a Comparative Perspective: EU – Latin America,
PIRSES Proposal International Research Staff Exchange Scheme, Grant Agreement 612617_Marie Curie Action, FP7-SP3-
PEOPLE, PI: Beatriz Padilla (University of Minho). Funded by European Commission.
2013-2016. Trade unionism and new social movements in democracy building: Spain, 1976-2012. Researcher. PI: Julio
Perez Serrano. University of Cádiz. Funded by Ministry of Economy (Spain).
2008 Shipbuilding restructuring, trade unionism and popular protest in the shipyard of Puerto Real.Researcher.
University of Sevilla. Funded by Centro de Estudios Andaluces.
2004-2008. Program University Professor Training: An anthropological approach to Development NGOs in Andalusia.
Head Researcher. University of Seville. Funded by the Ministry of Education, Innovation and Science of Spain.