Teresa Habimana Jordana

ORCID 0000-0002-5300-609X Researcher

Educational qualifications: Ph.D in Social and Cultural Anthropology (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
Research Theme/s: Poverty, Childhood and Families

Teresa Habimana Jordana is an anthropologist and PhD in Social and Cultural Anthropology from the Autonomous University of Barcelona and has a master's degree in Research in Education specializing in Inequalities, Research and Educational Action from the same university. During her academic career, she became interested in gender studies from an intersectional perspective, focusing her work on the study of inter-ethnic relations, acculturation, social inclusion and exclusion. She has especially focused on the study of mixticity processes following the line of research of the group on immigration, miscegenation and social cohesion (INMIX) of the Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology of the UAB.

Her thesis Narratives of Afro-descendant women in Catalonia: A study on mixedness and identity configurations from an intersectional perspective explores the processes of Afro-descendant mixedness and its impact on the identity and socialization project of seven case studies collected through life stories.

In March 2023, she joined the Center for Demographic Studies as a researcher through a project linked to the line of Poverty, Childhood and families.