Santiago Bastos Amigo He has a degree in Contemporary History from the Autonomous University of Madrid and a doctorate in Social Anthropology from the ciesas. He was a researcher for flaccid-Guatemala from 1988 to 2008. He is a research professor at ciesas Occidente in Guadalajara, while in Guatemala he is part of the El Colibrí Zurdo Communication and Analysis Team. His research is now focused on the effects that the dynamics of globalization are having on the indigenous communities of Guatemala and Mexico. Among his latest publications stands out Indigenous peoples and the State in Mexico. The dispute for justice and rights (2017), coordinated with María Teresa Sierra, and The recreated ethnicity. Difference, inequality and mobility in global Latin America, a punto de ser publicado. Orcid: