Karine Tinat

Karine Tinat

Karine Tinat

PhD in Hispanic Studies and Information and Communication Sciences at the University of Bourgogne in France (2002). Post-doctoral studies in Social Anthropology from CIESAS-Mexico City (2003 and 2004). Research professor at the Center of Sociological Studies (CES), part of the Interdisciplinary Program of Women’s Studies (PIEM) since 2007, and member of the Mexican Academy of Science (AMC). For the past fifteen years, Tinat’s anthropological and sociological research has focused on gender issues and a wide range of topics including femininity in anorexia, traditional customs of a section of Madrid’s youth population, the life and works of Simone de Beauvoir, male homosexuality in rural Mexico, and the custom of eating in the street.