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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - IRI THESys

Jorge Vega Marrot

Doctoral Researcher
Political Ecology of mining conflicts

 

  • Political Ecology and environmental conflicts
  • Environmental social movements
  • Political Philosophy and Ethics in human-nature relations

 

"I think about IRI THESys as an oasis for interdisciplinary approach. It achieves to gather a unique richness of backgrounds and ideas, truly needed to test our molds and tackle the highly complex phenomena of human-nature relations and its problems. I am deeply grateful to be a part of it and I am sure that my research found the ideal place to be contested and grow therefore." Jorge Vega Marrot

Jorge Vega is a doctoral researcher at IRI THESys. He is a political philosopher, biologist and essayist, with a MSc degree in Biological Sciences from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). He worked for at least ten years as an academic partner for environmental social movements and thought courses on Philosophy and Ethics of Science, Environmental Politics, Political Ecology and Environmental Conflicts at the UNAM. He was also part of the Foundation for Mexican Letters as a writer. 

Since February 2019, Jorge is working at IRI THESys.

Selected Publications

Vega Marrot, J. E. (2013a). Ensayos. [Essays]. Antología de la Fundación para las Letras Mexicanas: Diez años. Ciudad de México: Fundación para las Letras Mexicanas.

Vega Marrot, J. E.(2013b). El Zarco: Episodios de la Vida Mexicana 1861-63. [El Zarco: Episodes of Mexican Life 1861-63]. Enciclopedia de la Literatura en México. Ciudad de México: CONACULTA & Fundación para las Letras Mexicanas.

Vega Marrot, J. E. (2012b). Las Moscas. [The flies]. Pliego 16, 14.

Vega Marrot, J. E.(2012a). El secreto bancario. [Bank Secrecy]. Este País, 252, 26-27.

Vega Marrot, J. E.(2011). La composición y estructura de palmas (Arecaceae) dependen de las condiciones biofísicas en la selva Lacandona, México. [The composition and structure of palms (Arecaceae) depend on biophysical conditions in the Lacandon forest, Mexi-co.]. The Mexican Naturalist: Ecology and Forest Conservation.