An Ethnographic Inventory

María Torres

María Torres (they/ she) is a postdoctoral fellow at Arizona State University, Tempe. They hold a Ph.D. in Philosophical and Social Studies of Science and Technology from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), focusing on genetic technologies and forensic self-organization movements in the context of forced disappearance in Mexico. They have a degree in New Media and Communication from the Carlos III University of Madrid, and a MA in Visual Culture from the inter-institutional program offered jointly by the Universidad Complutense, the Autonomous University of Madrid, and the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofìa. Their key research questions have remained constant throughout this multidisciplinary trajectory and relate to the ethics and politics of cultural representations of science and technology, with a particular emphasis on their intersections with women’s movements and feminist materialisms.

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Inventions by María Torres

Building a Hybrid Technologies Digital Database in the Mexican Borderlands