María Emilia Tijoux. Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Paris VIII, Vincennes Sant Denis, France. Maîtrise de Sciences de L’Éducation, University of Paris XII, Créteil-Val de Marne, France. Master in Social Sciences, Universidad de Arte y Ciencias Sociales, Chile. Sociologist, Universidad de Chile, Chile. B.A. in Social Sciences, University of Paris XII, Créteil-Val de Marne, France. Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Chile since 2009. Also, she is the coordinator of international relations and the Research Core of Sociology of Body in the Faculty of Social Sciences, Universidad de Chile. Since 2009, she has participated as a researcher at the Department of Sociology of the University of Chile through the Bicentennial Program of Science and Technology for the Contemporary Social Theory area, Insertion project for postdocs in the Department of Sociology at the University of Chile and the PULSE program, code PDA-02. Currently, her research interests are Sociology of Body, sociology of habitus and the social domination problems. She has conducted research on the exclusion of children and young people, social processes of inequality and social suffering of migrants in Chile and France. Director of the journal  Actuel Marx Intervenciones.