Karen Lorena Romero Leal

Department Information

 
Anthropology // Visiting Scholar

Office Information

  • Specialization

  • Social representations about Amazon region, cultural consumption, intercultural practices, social and political participation.

  • Karen is an undergraduate student of Anthropology at Universidad Nacional de Colombia. In 2014, she received her undergraduate degree in Sociology. She is the co-founder and project manager of Yauda Group of Amazon Studies. This group promotes both fieldwork and community work with Amazon indigenous populations. Her thesis aims to understand the boom of testimonial literature of kidnapping in Colombia, and specifically, to analyze social representations about Amazon rainforest and populations showed in those books. Her research interests are in social representations about Amazon region, cultural consumption, intercultural practices, social and political participation.

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