Diana Jimenez Thomas Rodriguez
Section for Global Development
1958 Frederiksberg C
My two main academic, and activist, interests are environmental justice and feminist(s) studies. My PhD research, seeking to be located within these two areas, examines the iconic anti-mining movement in Esquel, Argentina, using a feminist political ecology lens.
I have previously worked in related themes through my master's dissertation, Soybeans, Development, and Violence: The Environmental Resistance of Mayan Women and Men in Hopelchen, Campeche, Mexico (2018, University of Oxford).
Key interests: feminist political ecology, social movements, extractivism, environmental justice, Latin America, gender and development