Robert Curley D. in history from the University of Chicago; he works in the Department of Sociourban Studies and coordinates the PhD in Social Sciences at the University of Guadalajara. He is Co-Director of the Chair of Interculturality. His interests include the cultural history of the 19th and 20th centuries, religious practice XX centuries, religious practice and the intersectionality between gender, social class and coloniality. Among his recent publications is "The Archive, the Nun, and the Problem of War Rape in the Mexican Revolution, 1914" (Historia y Grafía, no. 57, 2021). Her book Citizens and Believers: Religion and Politics in Revolutionary Jalisco, 1900-1930 (University of New Mexico Press, 2018) is translated for publication in Mexico in 2023.