Sabina García Peter
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.
Former Fellow: Internet-enabled Innovation