I am a social anthropologist and ethnographer from Argentina and membership of the Research Group on African Migration and Afro Descendants in Argentina, belonging to the Ethnography Division of La Plata Museum, in the National University of La Plata.
I did my PhD on South-South migration, about transnacional work pathways of Senegalese migrants between Senegal and South America -Argentina and Brazil mainly- (National University of La Plata, 2019). My current research focuses primarily on African transnational relations, including kinship, Islamic cofradic relationships, gender, labor market, states policy, among other, from an intersectional and visual approach. I made ethnographic fieldwork in different towns of Senegal, mainly at the Peanut Basin, as well as in Argentinian and south Brazilian cities.
In the end, I am a passionate anthropologist, a multi-site ethnographer, a lover of sociocultural diversity and a fighter against inequality.