Department: Antropología Social y Psicología Social

Faculty: Ciencias Políticas y Sociología

Area: Social Anthropology

Research group: Antropología de las políticas sociales y culturales


Doctor by the Universidad Complutense de Madrid with the thesis Subjetividad y resistencia desde los márgenes procesos de articulación identitaria entre los gitanos y gitanas LGTB 2015. Supervised by Dr. Fernando Villaamil Pérez.

Professor at the Social Anthropology Department of Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM). PhD in Anthropology at UCM. DEA at Universidad Autonoma de Madrid (UAM). Bachelor's degree in the same discipline at Universidad Miguel Hernández de Elche. Teaches classes on Linguistic Anthropology, Ecological Anthropology and Anthropology and Literature and Intersectionality. He has performed research and/or teaching at diverse academic institutions such as Universidad de Asunción, Museo Etnográfico Andrés Barbero (Paraguay), MNCARS (Museo Nacional Reina Sofía), Comunidad de Madrid, Universidad de Alicante, Universidad de Elche and Univesidad Complutense de Madrid, etc. Researcher in several research-funded projects (National or international). His own research career focuses on issues about intersection between race, gender/sexuality and social stratum. He has published several papers and chapters in books about sexual diversity, Rom/Gypsy people, racism and masculinities. Currently he is working on a new issue: Public Space and Sociability in Chinese communities in Madrid. At the same time, he has combined his research and teaching duties with anthropological work in different institutions, highlighting his work as Coordinator of the Intercultural Mediation Public Service of Alicante or at the City Council of Madrid as responsible for the design and direction of intercultural and international artistic and cultural actions. Awarded by Juan Gil-albert Cultural Institute (Governement of Alicante) for the work "Historical reconstruction of Gypsies in Alicante" and awarded with the National Anthropology Prize “Branislaba Susnik” (Republic of Paraguay) for the research project "The Maká. Ethnical redefinition analysis in urban migration. Space resignification and strategies of economy subsistence".