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Environment and Society Research Group MASO

Academic Unit: Faculty of Social and Human Sciences

Colombian Ministry of Science

Class

A1

Call

833

Profile

OECD

Discipline

Social sciences

Subdiscipline

Sociology

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Strategic Focus

The MASO group's mission is to carry out scientific and formative research oriented to the knowledge of the relationship between society and nature based on multifactorial and critical analyzes in search of alternatives that contribute to improving the dignified life of the population with whom it interacts, builds, and appropriates knowledge. Based on this, it focuses its actions towards addressing issues related to the following areas: biological anthropology and nutritional health; the archeology; ecosystems and cultures; paleoecology; and, planning, citizenship and territory.

Research Areas and Topics

  • Nutritional adaptability and human ecology.                 
  • Environmental Management.
  • Biological anthropology, adaptability, and human ecology.        
  • Paleoecology.
  • Anthropology and health.                         
  • Planning, citizenship, and territory.
  • Ecosystems and cultures.

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Group Coordinator

Javier Rosique Gracia, Ph.D.

Ph.D. in Biological Sciences Physical Anthropology.

University of the Basque Country/Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea, Spain.

Group Coordinator Email

javier.rosiqueg@udea.edu.co

Research Group Email

grupomaso@udea.edu.co

Scientific Cooperation

Collaborative Relationships

  • Central Bank-Medellín.                         
  • UNIRIO of Rio de Janeiro.
  • CLACSO.                                 
  • University of Sao Paulo.
  • Corporation for the Sustainable Development of Urabá.         
  • Public Library System of Medellin.
  • Colombian Institute of Anthropology and History.             
  • University of Exeter.
  • Personería de Medellín.                         
  • University of Cape Town.
  • Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.                    
  • Universidad Mariana de Colombia.

Notable Projects

  • Archaeometry applied to the study of archaeological ceramics from the Momposina Depression: Towards a regional typology proposal and an analysis of pottery production, 2019-2021.
  • Food performance in the Wayúu indigenous people of La Guajira in Colombia from the nutritional transition, 2019-2021.
  • DRUA WANDRA 299, 2018-2020.
  • Trajectories from doing to knowing: Local planning and participatory budgeting in zones 1 and 6 of Medellín-Colombia, 2017-2020.
  • The End of the Journey: The Late Pleistocene-Early Holocene Colonization of South America. Research Contract 834514 LASTJOURNEY University of Exeter, 2019-2024.

Main Research Results

  • Weaving networks for the social appropriation of knowledge (Tejer redes para la apropiación social de conocimiento. Medellín: FEFCSH. ISBN: 978-958-5596-36-8).
  • Rural population and rural consumption in the eastern region of Antioquia-Colombia (Población rural y consumo de lo rural de la región este de Antioquia-Colombia. -Revista de Geografía Norte Grande, vol: 66, 193-210. ISSN: 0379-8682).
  • Niche construction and optimal foraging theory in Neotropical agricultural origins: A re-evaluation in consideration of the empirical evidence. United States. Journal of Archaeological Science, v78, 214-220. ISSN: 0305-4403.
  • Approach to the perceptions of the landscape and the territory in the Momposina Depression (Aproximación a las percepciones del paisaje y el territorio en la Depresión Momposina. Katharsis, 19, 229-248. ISSN: 0124-7816).

Research Portafolio

  • Expert advice in social appropriation of knowledge; archeology, paleoecology, and mining; ecosystems and ancestral cultures; urban interventions in slums and rural areas; human health and nutrition.
  • Education and training in appropriation of public spaces; development planning and land use planning; urban-rural processes; society and nature relations; territory and territory defense.

More Information

https://bit.ly/2GxWSL9

 
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