María Eugenia Funes D. in Social Sciences (Universidad de Buenos Aires) and in Sociology (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales - École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales - ESS).ehess), Master in Social Anthropology (ides-idaes/Universidad de San Martín) and a degree in Sociology (Universidad del Salvador). She has taught in the Sociology of Religion seminar and is currently Professor of the Thesis Workshop, both in the Sociology program at the Faculty of Social Sciences of the Universidad del Salvador. She also directs the research project "Spirituality and new economies. Towards an understanding of the relationships between spiritual sociabilities and new economic organizations in Argentina", funded by the National Agency for the Promotion of Research, Technological Development and Innovation (2021-2022). She is currently researching the articulations between cosmovisions and spiritual practices with the emergence of business models that aim to solve social and environmental problems.