Bodoque Puerta, Yolanda
Yolanda Bodoque-Puerta is a Serra Hunter Associate Professor at the Department of Anthropology, Philosophy and Social Work at Rovira i Virgily University. She has a long trajectory in research activities, is author of numerous publications and regularly participates in national and international conferences, seminars and workshops. As a researcher she has been involved in several R+D+R projects funded by the National Research Plan (Spanish Government) and other competitive research projects, focusing on gender, migrations, rural transformation, and social care studies from an ethnographic tradition. She has also worked as a specialist in migration politics and management (Consell Comarcal del Baix Penedès, 2003-2007). Dr. Bodoque-Puerta has been a visiting lecturer at ISCTE (Lisbon, Portugal), University of Fribourg (Switzerland), and University of Campinas (Brazil). She has a long experience in undergraduate and postgraduate training and is currently the coordinator of the MA in Urban Anthropology, Migrations and Social Intervention. She is also a member of the Consolidate Research Group of Social Anthropology at Universitat Rovira i Virgili.
Project: Ethics of care, gender, and crisis. The impact of deinstitutionalization and re-familiarization in caring for elderly and dependent people (reference: 2020MFP-COFUND-30)