Sonia Garzon is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at the Department of International Politics at Aberystwyth University. Before joining Aberystwyth University, Sonia was a doctoral fellow at the department of Gender Studies at the Central European University (CEU, Budapest), where she obtained her PhD in Comparative Gender Studies. She holds MAs in Women’s and Gender Studies from Granada University (Spain), International Relations from Łodz University (Poland), and Cooperation & Development from Jaume I University (Spain). She also graduated from the School of Gender Studies at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Prior to her academic career, Sonia worked in gender-focused programs in Bogotá (Colombia) where she provided accompaniment to women’s grassroots organizations in feminist economic literacy and women’s political empowerment.
Sonia Garzon’s MSCA Research Project, The Intersectional Politics of Antagonism in Peacebuilding – IPAP, is based on the case study of Colombia. This research lies at the intersections of peacebuilding, transitional justice, and gender and its intersectionalities. In particular, her research interrogates how race, gender, class, and spatial intersectionalities become entangled in resistance to peace.
More information about her MSCA Research Project – IPAP is available in the blog https://unfoldingpeace.com
IPM2620 – Gender and Transformative Approaches to Peace