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Ms Susana Cortés-Morales

Researcher and lecturer, Universidad Central de Chile, Chile



Susana is an antrhopologist (Universidad de Chile) and doctor in Education (University of Leeds), especialised in childhood studies and children's geographies. He rmain research interests include children's mobilities, child wellbeing and chilhood-nature relationships. She is based in Chile and has conducted research in Chile and the UK. She is also a member of the Common Worlds Research Collective.



Cortés-Morales & Morales, C. (2022). Vaulting the turnstiles: dialoguing and translating childhood and agencies from Chile, Latin America. Third World Thematics, special issue: Childhood Studies in the Global South.

Cortés-Morales, S., Holt, L, Acevedo-Rincón, J., Aitken, S., Ekman Ladrue, D., Joelsson, T, Kraftl, P., Murray, L., y Tebet, G. (2021). Children living in pandemic times: a geographical, transnational and situated view (editorial). Children´s Geographies, Children Living in Pandemic Times Viewpoints Special Issue,

Murray, L. & Cortés-Morales, S. (2019). Children's Mobilities: Interdependent, imagined, relational. Palgrave Macmillan: Londres, 10.1057/978-1-137-52114-9.


Children's geographies, childhood studies, mobilities
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