Gonzalo Vitón García


Ph.D. in Contemporary History, Master's Degree in International Relations and African Studies, and Degree in History at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM). His lines of research are Peace Studies, Feminisms in International Relations, History of the Present Time and Mozambique. His doctoral thesis is entitled: "Invisible Peace. The (re)construction of the gender agenda in peace processes: The agency of women's organizations in Mozambique (2013-2019)". He has been a visiting scholar at the Center for African Studies at Universidad Eduardo Mondlane with Professor Isabel Maria Casimiro, and at the Center for Research on Gender & Women-University Wisconsin-Madison with Professor Aili Mari Tripp. He is currently doing a post-doctoral internship at CES with Professor Teresa Cunha, within the framework of the post-doctoral contract "Margarita Salas" to work on issues related to memory and reconciliation processes in Mozambique.