Maria Monica Sosa Vasquez She is a social anthropologist graduated from the Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán (wow). Master's degree in Social Anthropology from the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences (flaccid), based in Argentina, with current fieldwork in the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires on political affectivities around feminist soccer. She collaborates with the Laboratory of Applied Anthropology of the flaccid and the Electoral Observatory of Latin America (oblat) of the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Buenos Aires (fsoc-uba). She teaches as an assistant professor of the course "Sistemas Socioculturales de América ii" of the Social Anthropology degree at the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters (ffyl) of the uba. His research interests are in anthropological theory, political anthropology, and gender and ethnic studies. He published "Brazil: genealogy of a farce" (2019) in. Plural MagazineCulture, harassment and society: hegemonies and feminisms" (2020) in Encartes and "The machine of making readings: for an erotic against nature, psychoanalysis" in Feminist Debate (in press).