Mauricio Sergio Chama holds a PhD in Social Sciences (Universidad Nacional de La Plata, UNLP), a Master of Arts in Social Sciences (FLACSO-Buenos Aires), and Bachelors Degree in Sociology (Universidad de Buenos Aires). He is currently an adjunct professor of General Sociology and Classical Social Theory I at the Career of Sociology, School of Humanities and Educational Sciences (UNLP), where he also teaches postgraduate courses in the area of social theory. He is currently Vice-Dean of that academic unit. He is a Category III Researcher of the Research Incentives Program and co-directs the project “Contributions to rethinking the trajectory of the ‘New Left’ (1955-1976): Strategies, ruptures and regroupings.” He has published several articles in books and national and foreign academic journals in social sciences, on topics related to Argentina’s recent past and the relations between history and memory, as well as essays on sociological theory. He is a member of the Editorial Board of Sociohistorical and Sociological Issues. Mauricio was a visiting scholar at the Collective Identity Research Center at the University of the Basque Country during the months of February and March of 2016.
- The Collaborative Collective Action in Disaster Situations. The 19S Earthquake in Mexico City, by Ligia Tavera Fenollosa
- Co-Housing. Inhabiting Community Space, by Amaia Izaola Argüeso
- Promotoras y Anfitrionas Santiago: El crowdworking para compartir derechos laborales, by Andrés Gómez Seguel, Camila Ponce Lara and Natacha Leroy Zomosa
- Approaches to Collaborative Work in Times of Labour Precariousness. A Case of Sharing Laboratories, by Elsa Santamaría López and Joseba García Martín
- The Maker Movement as Collaborative Collective Action. The Cases of Espacio Open and Hirikilabs, by Ignacia Perugorria