Universidad de las Américas Puebla

Dirección de Bibliotecas

Facultad UDLAP

Enrique Gomez Llata Cazarez



El Dr. Enrique Gomezllata realizó una Licenciatura en Historia obtenido el grado de licenciado por la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Posteriormente una Maestría en Ciencias Sociales por la Universidad de Ámsterdam y un Doctorado en Ciencias Sociales emitido por la misma Universidad. Ha realizado investigaciones sobre los aspectos teóricos y prácticos de la violencia que afecta a México y ha enseñado en Universidades europeas y mexicanas sobre temas relacionados con la región latinoamericana con especial atención a los conflictos, el racismo, y política internacional y políticas de comunicación. Trabajó en el desarrollo de las comunicaciones bajo regímenes neoliberales, derecho a la información y derecho a la comunicación. Actualmente es profesor de tiempo completo dentro del Departamento de Relaciones Internacionales y Ciencia política en la Universidad de Las Américas Puebla. De igual forma, coordinó la Maestría de Gobernanza y Globalización y la Maestría de Comunicación y Medios digitales (2017-2018)

Palabras clave de la investigación

Derechos indígenas Comunicación política Teoría social y ´política

Grados académicos
  • Doctorado en Ciencias Sociales. University of Amsterdam. Holanda. junio 15, 2012.
  • Maestría en Ciencias Sociales. Univesity of Amsterdam. Holanda. junio 15, 2001.
  • Licenciatura en Historia. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Mexico. junio 15, 2000.
Producción de investigación

Tipo de documento


  1. 2018 Formación de recursos humanos. Tesis dirigidas Adjogatse Kafui, (AMSTERDAM) “Por el Color”: Primary School Teaching and the (Re)production of Anti-Black Imaginaries of Mexican National Identity.
  2. 2018 Olivia Bwalya, (AMSTERDAM) “NEGRITA PERO BONITA”: Identity, Discrimination, and Activism within the Afromexican Population in the Costa Chica.
  3. 2017
  5. 2017 Ivonne Araly Macias Macias, (UDLAP) "Reacción del Estado mexicano ante grupos de autodefensa en Michoacán" .
  6. 2017 Lucy Elizabeth Oates, (AMSTERDAM) BRANCHING OUT: Values and perceptions of forest fragments and their contribution to rural livelihoods in multifunctional landscapes in Nam Dong District, Central Viet Nam.
  7. 2017 Nathan Cable, (AMSTERDAM) "The Influence of Land Grabbing on the Wellbeing of Local Actors and Communities Evidence from the Bagamoyo District, Tanzania".
  8. 2017 Raymundo J. Ricárdez, García, (UDLAP), "Movilización Social y Democracia Mediatica en conjunto para fomentar la justicia social en México.
  9. 2016
  10. 2016 Formación de recursos humanos. Tesis dirigidas Adam James Moore,(AMSTERDAM), "Un Pedacito de Tierra: A Spatial Analysis of the Political Agency of Internally Displaced Persons in El Oasis, Medellín"..
  11. 2016 Andrew de la Pena, (AMSTERDAM), "You are not alone in this fight: Empowerment and visibility seen through the cultural lens of community film in Peru.".
  12. 2016 Andye Sanon, (AMSTERDAM), "Is Barbie the Savior of African Orphans The Impact of Voluntourism on Children Rights in a Ghanaian Orphanage".
  13. 2016 Angelica Neiszer Lujano, (AMSTERDAM), "Portraying the absent: narratives and dispute. Enforced disappearance and public memorialization in Guatemala".
  14. 2016 Ekaterina Gladkova (AMSTERDAM), “A Mirror and a Magnifying Glass”: Antarctic Governance System and Climate Change Case Study of Chile.
  15. 2016 Joas Platteeuw, (AMSTERDAM) "On the Side of Power NGOs Involvement in Resistance against Hydroelectric Projects in Darjeeling, India".
  16. 2016 Marco Becking, (AMSTERDAM),"Between Government and Indigenous people, a decision-making discussion within Environmental Governance".
  17. 2016 Megan Raschig, (AMSTERDAM) "Not Yet Ya basta: healing and the horizons of an otherwise in Salinas, California." .
  18. 2016 Samuel Jones,(AMSTERDAM), "Mechanisms for Success: Understanding the Maya Land Rights Movement in Southern Belize".
  19. 2016 Sophie Zupper,(AMSTERDAM), "Refugees from Burma in Thailand and Repatriation Preparedness: Issues of Dialogue, Representation and Trust" .
  20. 2015
  21. 2015 Formación de recursos humanos. Tesis dirigidas Arianna Cortelezzi, (AMSTERDAM) "The Art Nexus in Lima: muralism, new urban life and the case of Brigada Muralista.".
  22. 2015 Emanuele Sessa, (AMSTERDAM), "EUROPEANIZATION THROUGH DEPOLITICISATION IN MOLDOVA, The role of EU-funded consultants in the European Neighbourhood Policy".
  23. 2015 Jonathan Teoh, (AMSTERDAM) "Damming Lepchas: how cultural identity and resistance shape each other in the context of hyfropower development.".
  24. 2015 Maria Abi-Saab Arrieche, (AMSTERDAM) "It is the looking glass world!: Es el mundo al revés: Venezuelan politics and middle-class life in times of chavismo.".
  25. 2015 María Fernanda Viteri Vela, (AMSTERDAM), "Looking for alternatives to development: Buen Vivir and Sumak Kawsay and their implementations in the Ecuadorian context ".
  26. 2015 Marika de Faramond, (AMSTERDAM), "Community participation in education: the effects on social justice in Bolivia".
  27. 2015 Mari-Louise Mackey, (AMSTERDAM), "Transformative Education in Havana, An investigation into humanist education as a mechanism to reduce social discrimination".
  28. 2015 Melvin van der Veen, (AMSTERDAM),"From backyard to pampanisation: a political ecology analysis of an Argentinian wetland frontier" .
  29. 2015 Nynke Humalda, (AMSTERDAM) "What trade-offs Discourses on balancing conservation and development alng the Interoceanic Highway in Madre de Dios, Peru.".
  30. 2015 Oliver Ayyiliz, (AMSTERDAM), "There is no poverty here: community natural resource management, autonomy and self-development in Kuna Yala.".
  31. 2015 Vasil Radenkov, (AMSTERDAM) "On the path to the future: non-formal education through the eyes of Burmese migrants.".
  32. 2014
  33. 2014 Formación de recursos humanos. Tesis dirigidas María José Gómez Serna (AMSTERDAM), "Knowledge sharing multi-sector, multi-actor and multi-scale governance: The case of PRICA-ADO Mexico,.
  34. 2013
  35. 2013 Formación de recursos humanos. Tesis dirigidas Yishaq Talavera, (UDLAP) Politización de la ciudadanía Mexicana a través de las redes sociales,.
  36. 2012
  37. 2012 Formación de recursos humanos. Tesis dirigidas Diego Saturno, (UDLAP),"Consecuencias en Internet de la censura y autocensura de los medios de comunicación ante el fenómeno del narcotráfico en México: El caso del Blog del Narco". .
  38. 2011
  39. 2011 Formación de recursos humanos. Tesis dirigidas Amanda Duncan, (AMSTERDAM), "World of Warcraft Is A Feeling: An exploration in to what extent deep immersion in Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games can be addictive and how we should conceptualize this increasingly popular virtual space.".
  40. 2011 Evelyne Claeskens, (AMSTERDAM), ‘Once upon a time… and I’ll understand you ever after’ The use of storytelling in IsraeliPalestinian peace work. .
  41. 2011 Jerry Tjon, (AMSTERDAM) "Development and the Post Conflict State A comparative case study of Burundi and Rwanda".
  42. 2011 Matea Safar, (AMSTERDAM) "Post-Conflict Development in the Western Balkans. A Comparative Study Between Bosnia & Herzegovina and Croatia".
  43. 2011 Nina van den Berg, (AMSTERDAM), "Countering Neoliberalism: Are the Anarchists up for it About Neoliberalism as hegemony and Anarchism as counter hegemony ".
  44. 2011 Sanna Poelman, (AMSTERDAM), "The Debate on Bilingualism in Finland and its Relation to Identity-Formation" .
  45. 2011 Sascha van der Werff, (AMSTERDAM), "Prisoners of History’ Research of how child-removal policies initiated in the colonial era by the Australian state are still influencing the daily lives of Aboriginal people´".
  46. 2010
  47. 2010 Formación de recursos humanos. Tesis dirigidas Anna Weijdeveld, (AMSTERDAM) "Politics of Repression & the Educational System of Guatemala How Maya People are being Excluded & the Opportunities of Intercultural" Education.
  48. 2010 Dorus Honders, (AMSTERDAM) "Revolution vs Reformism. In Search of Sustained Social Development.
  49. 2010 Elske Verdoorn, (AMSTERDAM), "Picturesque Authenticity, A critical reflection on the ideal of authenticity".
  50. 2010 Hilde van der Pas, (AMSTERDAM), " BUILDING COUNTER HEGEMONY An analysis of the ‘left-turn’ in Latin America and its potential as a counterhegemonic movement".
  51. 2010 Inge Linssen, (AMSTERDAM), "The Role of Religion in Dominant Discourses about Non-Western Immigrants in Denmark".
  52. 2010 Jelmer Hoogeboom, (AMSTERDAM), "On Different Kinds of Knowing, Or the Paradox of Biomedical and Reiki Paradigms. ".
  53. 2010 Jessica Buning, (AMSTERDAM), "Zambian Dependency The Relationship Between Development Aid and Economic Growth".
  54. 2010 Lotje Kaak, (AMSTERDAM), "Producing Community: the community-based concept within natural resource management ".
  55. 2010 Maaike Boumans (AMSTERDAM) "Like a snake The presence of the Separation Barrier in the Occupied Territories of Palestine ".
  56. 2010 Natasha Travnicek, (AMSTERDAM), "Women on the Move Bachelor thesis on migration and the effects on gender roles and gendered power relations. A case of Sri Lankan women working as domestic workers in the Middle East.".
  57. 2009
  58. 2009 Formación de recursos humanos. Tesis dirigidas Robert Barrett, (AMSTERDAM),"The Violence of Banality: Problematising the Pictorial Representation of Conflict in Anglo- Saxon Print Media".
  59. 2009 W. M. Meijerink, (AMSTERDAM), "The Economic Globalization of Microfinance The Impact of Capital Markets on Microfinance in India".