Maria Laura Martin-Chiappe

Maria Laura Martin-Chiappe holds a bachelor’s degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology from the Complutense University of Madrid and a master’s degree in Public-oriented Anthropology from the Autonomous University of Madrid. Since 2014 she has collaborated in the research project I+D+i CSO2012-32709 “The Underground Past: Exhumations and Memory Politics in Contemporary Spain in Transnational and Comparative Perspectives”, and since January 2016 in the project I+D+i CSO2015-66104-R “Below Ground: Mass Grave Exhumations and Human Rights in Historical, Transnational and Comparative Perspective.” She is a Ph.D. candidate funded by the “FPU” program of the Ministery of Education, Culture and Sports (Spain). Laura writes her doctoral thesis on the sociocultural and political processes in family, associative and local environments after the exhumation of victims’ mass garves of Francoism in Spain since 2000.