Sarah Corona Berkin PhD in Communication from the Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium. She is currently a professor-researcher in the Division of State and Society Studies at the University of Guadalajara. The central research topics are: Hegemonic discourses, public policies and cultural diversity. Analysis of oral, written, photographic and image speeches. Featured Posts: Between voices. Education snippets (2007); The genie in the bottle (1984); Looks interviews (2002); "Books for the Wixáritari: A history of integration, exclusion and emancipation" in Communication and society (2013); Readers and formation of citizenships in Mexico: "Observations on the National Program Reading Rooms of CONACULTA" in Border studies (2013); "Drawing gods in two communicative contexts" in Communication and society (2009); "Indigenous photography in the rituals of social interaction" in Communication and society (2006).