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Adriana Sáenz Valadez is a full-time professor-researcher in the Faculty of Philosophy at UMSNH. She is a Master and Doctor of Humanities from the Tecnológico de Monterrey. She is the author of the book: A look at patriarchal rationality in Mexico in the fifties and sixties of the twentieth century. Study of Los añosfalsos by Josefina Vicens (2011) and coordinator of the books: The prototypes of men and women through the Latin American texts of the 20th century (2011), Reflections on female writing (2011), Prototypes, body , genre and writing volumes I and II. (2013), Reflections on motherhood (2015), Eroticism, body and prototypes in cultural texts (2015) and New views on gender from cultural studies, bodies, transformations and desires (2017). She has been a visiting researcher at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, at the Institute for Philological Research at UNAM, at the Gender Research Center at UNAM and at the University of the Basque Country in Spain.
His teaching work is carried out in the Degree in Philosophy, in the Master in Philosophy of Culture, in the Master in Discourse Studies and in the Doctorate in Philosophy. As an evaluator, she has collaborated as a member of the postgraduate evaluation committees for CONACYT and has evaluated various articles, chapters and books to be published in Mexico and abroad. She is a member of the University Network for Gender Studies of the UMSNH. He is a member of the Basic Academic Nucleus of the Master's in Philosophy of Culture and of the Doctorate in Philosophy, both from UMSNH. She is the author of several articles in international magazines and has published several articles in which she analyzes the relationship between gender assumptions in cultural products. Her main lines of research are: studies on patriarchal rationality, studies on the body and power with emphasis on rationality proposals, cultural studies with a gender perspective, and literary theory. Just as he has dedicated himself to studying the Philosophical work of Rosario Castellanos from the gender methodology. It is PROMEP and SNI profile.