Iván Sandoval-Cervantes is an expert on the anthropology of migration, gender, indigeneity, kinship, and care. He also focuses on multi-species ethnography, legal anthropology, and the anthropology of social movements, specifically the study of activism and animal rights in the Mexico-U.S. borderlands.
His research specialties include globalization, animal rights movements, and the relationship between indigeneity and nationalism in regards to the Mexican military.
Sandoval-Cervantes has been published in numerous academic publications including A Geography of Coexistence and Anthropology News.
- Ph.D., Anthropology, University of Oregon
- M.Sc., Philosophy of Social Science, London School of Economics
- B.A., Anthropology, Universidad de las Americas-Puebla