Jelen Amador

Jelen Amador Doctor Amador finished the Master in Citizenship and Human Rights: Ethics and Politics in 2013 and the Doctorate in the Sociology Program 2017, both developed at the University of Barcelona. His doctoral thesis “Guerreras de Cristo”. Contributions of Roma women to the social transformation from Evangelical Church of Philadelphia “obtained the qualification of Excellent Cum Laude.” Previously, in 2016, her final master’s thesis on the same subject, obtained the 1st Prize of the 20th edition of the Young Sociologists Contest awarded by the Institut d’Estudis Catalans Amador. Is the first gypsy doctor to have won this award, her line of research on the contributions of Roma women and the Evangelical Church of Philadelphia in overcoming gender violence represents a contribution from new scientific knowledge in an area still barely investigated.
Currently, he works as an editorial assistant for the scientific journal International Sociology. She is also a researcher at the Community on Excellence for All Research Group (CREA) at the University of Barcelona. Where has consolidated its scientific and personal commitment to maximize the social impact of scientific research developed. It has publications in ranking journals such as International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (JCR, Q2) or Qualitative Inquiry (JCR, Q1). Doctor Amador maintains a close connection with the object of study of her research. In this sense, it is worth mentioning that she is a member of the First Gypsy University Network of Catalonia and also collaborates with the Gypsy Association of Drom Kotar Mestipen Women.