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Ana Emilia Felker Centeno

(Mexico City, 1986) Researcher and curator. She holds a PhD in Hispanic Studies from the University of Houston. She completed the Independent Studies Program of the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA), specializing in critical theory and museum studies. She is currently completing the post doctoral program in Political Studies at UNAM. Ana Emilia is the author of the book Aunque la casa se derrumbe (UNAM, 2017). She won the 2015 National Journalism Award with a chronicle about the EZLN. In 2015, she co-curated an exhibition about Mexico City’s drainage system at the Centro Cultural Border. In her upcoming book, to be published by Editorial Almadía in 2024, she gives agency to the Río Bravo to talk about ecological and racial violence on the Mexican border. Together with Mauricio Patrón Rivera, they are part of the Topote de Acahual collective since its conception in 2020. In 2014, they created the collective Tepetongo. Balneario Crítico, which developed several exhibitions and activities around ecology, queer theory, and critical cartography in Mexico City.