I am a fifth-year Ph.D. student in Geography at the department of Earth and Environmental Sciences. After a Master’s Degree in Territorial Policies for Sustainable Development, I specialized in territorial and development studies. I was an adjunct and researcher in Argentina at the Universidad Nacional de Rosario from 2013 to 2017, and an instructor at Sciences Po Paris between 2017-19. I was also part of the team in charge of creating the most recent National University in Rafaela, Argentina.
My research focuses on the impact of the soybean extractivist model on the restructuring of the city of Rosario, Argentina. I analyze how the extractive frontier is materialized in the different spaces of the city, how communities organize to resist enclosure and displacement and to secure space. I pay specific attention to the different ways solidarity emerges from those processes. I am particularly interested in Latin American situated knowledge, decolonial praxis, Global South and feminist geographies. I have been experimenting visualizing my research through documentary photography and alternative methods and I have incorporated working with artists as part of my praxis.