Carmen Madorrán

Degree in Philosophy (2011) and Master in Criticism and Philosophical Argumentation (2012) by the Autonomous University of Madrid. He is a member of the teaching and research staff in training at that university (FPI-UAM) where he studies leading to the title of Doctor of Philosophy under the direction of Jorge Riechmann. He is a member of the Transdisciplinary Research Group on socio-ecological transitions of the Autonomous University of Madrid (GinTRANS2). She is a member of the Association Forum for Memory since 2007, where she collaborates as a researcher (focused on the recovery of the memory of Republican women) and volunteer in the exhumations of mass graves in different regions of Spain.

Research lines: contemporary political philosophy (economic democracy, democratic socialism, human needs, ecological limits) and contemporary ethics (ecological ethics, bioethics).