Soledad Martinez

Soledad Martinez
Universidad de Los Lagos · Departamento de Arquitectura

Anthropologist and PhD in Geography
Postdoctoral researcher. Departamento de arquitectura, Universidad de Los Lagos

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Introduction
Soledad Martinez is anthropologist and PhD in Geography interested in everyday mobilities, urban life, the right to the city, and innovative qualitative social research.

Publications

Publications (5)
Article
In this article I bring forward the notion of ‘material socialities’ to make sense of the sensory and affective relationships between walkers and the materials of places that emerge in everyday walking practices in Santiago de Chile. Materials not only make possible everyday movement in cities, as they have been usually addressed by mobilities stud...
Thesis
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This thesis investigates everyday walking practices in Santiago de Chile. It explores how the lived experiences of walkers differ in relation to urban inequality, specifically regarding its socio-spatial aspects. In much seminal literature on everyday life in the city, walking tends to be understood as a homogeneous practice. While research on walk...
Article
Urban pedestrian journeys are diverse, complex and difficult to classify: people walk with distinct purposes and different kinds of encounters occur along the way, leading to different social and subjective negotiations. The everyday act of putting one foot in front of the other has a political dimension that requires specific tools to be grasped a...
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‘Más que poner un pie delante del otro’ introduce el debate académico desarrollado durante las últimas décadas por las ciencias sociales respecto al acto de caminar. Enfatiza la comprensión del andar como una práctica social que permite a la vez moverse y estar en los lugares. El artículo expone que las prácticas peatonales posibilitan encontrarse...
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El presente artículo trata sobre la experiencia sensorial del habitante en el medio urbano. Esta experiencia se desenvuelve en un estado general de desatención o inconsciencia, lo que dificulta su investigación. ¿Cómo narrar lo que no tiene status de memorable? Dentro de la jerarquía sensitiva que privilegia lo visual, el sonido, junto con el resto...

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Project
Its aim is to contribute providing a perspective on the lived experience of urban inequality that reflects about the role of pedestrian practices in the relationship between urban dwellers and the city.