Alberto Hernandez Hernandez He has a doctorate in Sociology from the Complutense University of Madrid. Professor-researcher attached to the Department of Public Administration Studies (DEAP) of El Colegio de la Frontera Norte and member of the SNI (level III). He was coordinator of the Multilevel Policies for the Return and Reinsertion of Mexican Migrants and Their Families (2018-2019) project, carried out by El Colef under the auspices of the National Human Rights Commission (CNDH). His publications include the books Puentes that unite and walls that separate. Bordering, securitization and processes of change on the borders of Mexico and Brazil (coordinator; in press); Changing creed in contexts of mobility: the interconnections between migration and religious change, Alberto Hernández, Liliana Rivera Sánchez and Olga Odgers Ortiz (coord.) El Colef / Colmex (2017); Lines, limits and boundaries. A look at the borders from Latin America, Alberto Hernández and Amalia E. Campos (coord.), Colef / CIESAS (2014); the author's book Northern Border: Scenarios of religious diversity, El Colef / Colmich (2013). Email: