William Andrés Martínez-Dueñas

William Andrés Martínez-Dueñas

William Andrés Martínez-Dueñas

Ph.D. in Anthropology from the Universidad del Cauca (Colombia, 2012), M.Sc. in Sciences de l’Environnement from l’Université du Québec à Montréal (Canada, 2006) and biologist from the Universidad del Cauca (Colombia, 2003). Since 2008, he is a professor in the Anthropology Program at the Universidad del Magdalena (Colombia) where he teaches and researches on modernity, technoscience and the environment. Based on his doctoral dissertation, the book Flujos y redes multinaturales: un recorrido por mundos no[solo]modernos en Puracé, Colombia [Multinatural Flows and Networks: Travelling Around not [Only] Modern Worlds in Puracé, Colombia] (Ed. Unicauca) was published. Co-authored with Astrid Perafán in 2018, the book Postsostenibilidad: notas antropológicas para imaginar otros futuros comunes [Post-Sustainability: Anthropological Notes to Imagine Other Common Futures] (Ed. Unimagdalena) was published, as well as the articles Pensando la conservación desde el multinaturalismo en una localidad indígena de los andes colombianos [Thinking Conservation from Multinaturalism in an Indigenous Locality of the Colombian Andes] (Universitas Humanística, 2017) and Antropología e historia: notas para una etnografía del pasado [Anthropology and History: Notes for an Ethnography of the Past] (Jangwa Pana, 2017). He also published the article Quand H2O et esprit de l’eau se rencontrent (Recherches amérindiennes au Québec, 2012), translated into Portuguese in 2014 by Interethnic@-Revista de estudos em relações interétnicas.