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Mounia El Kotni is a Cultural and Medical Anthropologist (PhD SUNY Albany, 2016). Her areas of expertise include: institutional ethnography, gender equity, reproductive health, and human rights.

Mounia is a teacher, a researcher, and also offers her expertise as a cultural consultant for a wide range of projects. She has worked in France, the United States, Mexico, and Guatemala. For detailed information about her experience, you can download her Curiculum. Mounia also has experience as an online teacher, translator and interpreter. She is available for public speaking and guest lecturing.

Have a project that would benefit from an anthropologist’s input? Do not hesitate to contact Mounia .

 

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Long-Distance Ethnography

A tool for collaboration between anthropologists and NGOs Since 1985, the Organization of Indigenous Doctors of Chiapas (OMIECH) has been supporting and promoting the work of traditional midwives in indigenous communities in the Highlands of Chiapas. Collaborating with non-governmental organizations, anthropologists and medical doctors in Chiapas as well as abroad, OMIECH has built an international and … Continue reading Long-Distance Ethnography

Les sages-femmes traditionnelles du Chiapas : Une approche holistique de la grossesse et de l’accouchement

[Originally published in Grandir Autrement, Hors-Série n9, 2015] « Le don qu’a la sage-femme lui a été donné par Dieu. Ce n’est pas quelque chose de facile, d’accompagner un accouchement ; ce n’est pas pour n’importe qui… Car l’objectif principal est la vie du bébé et de la maman. Les sages-femmes travaillent jour et nuit, à n’importe … Continue reading Les sages-femmes traditionnelles du Chiapas : Une approche holistique de la grossesse et de l’accouchement

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