Anahi Morales Hudon

Anahi Morales Hudon is assistant professor at the Élisabeth Bruyère School of Social Innovation at Saint-Paul University. She holds a PhD in sociology from McGill University and specializes in the study of social movements, intersectionality, organizational dynamics and transformation of power relations. She has published articles in the Canadian Journal of Political Science, Journal of Latin American Studies, Sociologie et Sociétés, and Recherches féministes. She coauthored Indigenous Women’s Movements in Latin America : Gender and Ethnicity in Peru, Mexico, and Bolivia (New York, Palgrave Mcmillan, 2017). Finally, she codirected the issue “Femmes autochtones en mouvement: fragments de décolonisation”, in Recherches féministes (Volume 30, n.1, 2017).