Osiris Sinuhé González Romero
is a PhD candidate at Leiden University, Faculty of Archaeology-Heritage of Indigenous Peoples. His dissertation is entitled “Tlamatiliztli: the wisdom of the Nahua people. Intercultural epistemology and right to land”. He was awarded the Coimbra Group Scholarship for Young Professors and Researchers from Latin American Universities in 2015.González Romero taught undergraduate courses for three years in the Faculty of Philosphy. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM). He holds a Master´s degree in Philosophy from Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana (UAM), as well as a Bachelor Degree in Philosophy and also a Master´s degree (intern) in Mesoamerican Studies from UNAM focusing on Aztec culture and Nahuatl language. Gonzalez Romero´s research interests include: indigenous philosophies, traditional knowledge, endangered languages, political philosophy, digital humanities, and aesthetics. He has authored various articles related to Nahuatl language and culture.