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Alioscia Castronovo is an anthropologist and holds a doctorate in urban studies from the University of Rome La Sapienza and in social anthropology from IDAES-UNSAM; he conducted an ethnography of the experiences of self-managed labor in popular economies in Buenos Aires. He is a member of the CLACSO working group Economías populares, mapeo teórico y práctico (Popular Economies: Theoretical and Practical Mapping), an editor for Dinamo Press, and an activist in student and social movements.
Natalia Hernández Fajardo is a sociologist at the University of Buenos Aires, a feminist activist, and member of Revista Amazonas. Her research looks at gender-based violence, Indigenous women, and territories in Colombia and Argentina from political ecology and feminist perspectives.
Alioscia Castronovo, Natalia Hernández Fajardo; Introduction: Social and Popular Struggles in Colombia. South Atlantic Quarterly 1 April 2022; 121 (2): 398–408. doi: https://doi.org/10.1215/00382876-9663688
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