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Marcelo Sandoval Vargas is a lecturer at the University of Guadalajara (Mexico). He has a degree in History, a master's degree and a doctorate in Social Sciences from the University of Guadalajara. He has written books La configuración de pensamiento anarquista en México. Horizonte libertario de La Social y el Partido Liberal Mexicano (2011). Guadalajara: Universidad de Guadalajara and Prácticas libertarias y movimientos anticapitalistas. Devenir revolucionario de las colectividades en ruptura (2013). Mexico: Grietas Editores; "Desafíos para pensar el tiempo actual. O cómo incomodarnos de nuestras miserias" (2022) at the University of Guadalajara; Coordinated books: El vuelo del buitre viejo. Guerra por acumulación y nocividad capitalista. Guadalajara: Cátedra Jorge Alonso and La lucha por la vida en las ciudades. Defensa del territorio, irrupciones subterráneas, proyectos de autonomía. Guadalajara: Jorge Alonso Chair. He has participated in projects such as the Centro Social Ruptura, the Revista Verbo Libertario. He is currently editor of the website Asedio.org.

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