My main interests lie within the subjective relation that individuals hold with technologies, and how this relationship mediates the experience of the self in the world. My background is in Communication studies both, by reseacrhing digital media and producing content for news outlets.
I got a degree on Communication's Sciences by Fundación Universidad de las Américas Puebla (UDLAP) and a Masters in Communication by Universidad Iberoamericana (UIA).
Currently, while preparing for my viva I work as convenor at the Science & Technology Unit (SATSU) at York, as well as research intern for the project Voices in Partnership–Interactional practices of decision-making during childbirth. I am a book review editor for the journal Information, Communication and Society, as well as Tapuya: Latin American Science, Technology and Society and reviewer for New Media & Society.
My PhD is about how our relationship and attachment to music is shaped by technologies and effects. It includes elements from cultural sociology, consumer culture, valuation studies and practice theory. My background is also in media and communication studies.
Published BA Dissertation
I have been teaching both in Mexico and the UK. I have experience teaching video and audio production and script writing as well as voice performance. On the other hand I have taught Digital Media, Media History, New Media Theories and Communication Technology.
On the Sociollogy side I have taught Cultivating a Sociological Imagination, Popular Culture, Quantitative Methods for Hisotry, Research Methods for Social Sicences and Understanding Social Media