Sabina is a post-doctoral researcher at the Institute for Latin-American Studies at Freie Universität Berlin in Germany, where she also finished her PhD in Sociology in 2016. Her dissertation analyzed the reception of a multicultural debate in Chile and the role of academics as ‘agents of circulation’. She is currently involved in a research project founded by the Center for Research Strategy at Freie Universität Berlin with the title: “E-research in Latin America – A way to overcome asymmetries of knowledge?” The project approaches the current trends of knowledge digitization in the form of E-research and E-publishing, as well as their scope and limits in overcoming knowledge asymmetries and social inequalities in Latin America.
Her research interests include: sociology of knowledge and social sciences, digitization of science and knowledge and gender studies from an intersectional approach. She holds a BA in Sociology from the Pontificia Universidad Católica in Chile, and a MA in Interdisciplinary Latin American Studies from the FU Berlin. Since 2015 she is teaching staff at the Institute for Latin American Studies at the FU Berlin in the gender profile.