Luis Reygadas He is a professor in the Department of Anthropology at the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Iztapalapa Unit; His lines of research are the anthropology of work, contemporary capitalism and inequality in Latin America. His publications include Appropriation, unraveling the networks of inequality (Anthropos, 2008), Assembling cultures. Diversity and conflict in the globalization of the industry (Gedisa, 2002), Alternative economies. Utopias, disenchantments and emerging processes (Juan Pablos, 2014, co-editor) and Millennium Anthropologists. Inequality, precariousness and diversity in working conditions in anthropology in Mexico (2019, in press). Together with Paul Gootenberg, he edited the book Indelible Inequalities in Latin America. Lessons from History, Politics and Culture (Duke University Press, 2010).