María-Eugenia Olavarría

Invited Researcher of DEA Programme
Stay in France: from October 2 to Nobember 6, 2017

María-Eugenia Olavarría is an ethnologist, a research professor at the Metropolitan Autonomous University (Mexico) and a member of the National Research System. Her work focuses on the anthropology of kinship and body; the diversity and asymmetry of Mexican urban kinship; the GPA and the PMA.

The project 

Anthropology of reproductive circuits. Gestational surrogacy, reproductive rights and inequalities in Mexico.

Keywords:

Reproductive Rights, Medically Assisted ProcreationPublic Policies, Inequalities, Ethnic and Social Boundaries, Relation, Reproductive Health.

Recent Publications

  • 2016 “Gestación y maternidad sustituta en un contexto desigual” en Segre, E. e S. Scotti à cura di, Il senso del vivere oltre le nuove solitudini, Firenze: Mauro Pagliai Editore, p. 47-52
  • 2017 “La gestante sustituta en México y la noción de trabajo reproductivo”, Estudios de Género de El Colegio de México, vol. 4, núm. 7, enero-junio