Carol Hernandez holds a Ph.D. in Sociology from Portland State University, U.S., and is a professor at the University Program of Bioethics, National Autonomous University of Mexico. Her areas of interest focus on agriculture and climate change, seed sovereignty, and indigenous social movements. Her most recent publications:
- Hernandez. 2022. Seed sovereignty as decommodification: a perspective from subsistence peasant communities in Southern Mexico. Journal of Peasant Studies.
- Hernandez, C., Perales H., and Jaffee, D. 2022. “Without food, there is no resistance”: The impact of the Zapatista conflict on agrobiodiversity and seed sovereignty in Chiapas, Mexico. Geoforum.