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Marcos Estrada


Dr Marcos Estrada


I joined the University of Warwick to pursue my PhD in the Department of Sociology in 2011. My PhD research was a multi-sited ethnography conducted on the Brazil-Paraguay shared border region; my research was entitled “Everyday Practices of Transnational Living: Making Sense of Brasiguaio Identities”. Once completing my study, I produced the award-winning ethnographic film Brasiguaios: Transnational Lives and Identities. The trailer and full version of the film can be accessed by checking here.

After joining the University of Warwick, I worked in a number of departments, including the Department of Sociology, Warwick Business School, [the formerly well-known as ] International Office, and the library, amongst others, until I joined the Department of Politics and International Studies (PAIS).

Exchanges: The Interdisciplinary Research Journal

In 2017, I became an Early Career Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Study (IAS), and an editor of Exchanges: The Interdisciplinary Research Journal based at IAS. Following the current development related to Chat GPT, Exchanges is introducing a new policy relating to artificial intelligence (AI) tools and manuscripts submitted for the journal’s consideration.

If you want to submit your paper, visit the journal’s website: