Habitat Unit

Research and Student Assistant

Josefa Zavala Aránguiz

Josefa zavala

Curriculum Vitae

Josefa Zavala started working as research assistant at the Habitat Unit in February 2019 in ‘DFG_KoPro’ research project, especially attending to the Chilean Delphi case. During the same year, she joined the teams of Cities Alliance “Fostering Equitable Economic Growth: Joint Work Program”. Josefa is currently enrolled in the Master of Arts of Research Training Program in Social Sciences of the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin.

 

Josefa Zavala completed her bachelor and masters studies in Sociology at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (PUC) and between 2010-2017 she worked as data analyst and head of qualitative studies in the Direction of Social Studies (DESUC) of the Institute of Sociology of the same University. In the framework of the current DFG_KoPro Int. Project, Josefa will contribute with her current Master’s Thesis (HU-Berlin) under the guidance of the principal researcher (Dr. Ing Paola Alfaro-d’Alençon) to address the questions related to how critically evaluate the capacity of different co-produced forms to reform existing power dynamics in urban development.

 
 
 
Education +

2017-present

Master of Arts in Research Training Program in Social Sciences (MA.), Humboldt Universität zu Berlin

 

2006 – 2010

Title certificate (B.Sc. and M.Sc.) in Sociology, Institute of Sociology of the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (PUC)

 
 
Employment History+

Since 2019

Research and Student Assistant

Habitat Unit, TU Berlin

 

2015-2017

Head of Qualitative Studies

Direction of Social Studies (DESUC) of the Institute of Sociology of the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (PUC)

 

2010-2014

Quantitative and qualitative analyst

Direction of Social Studies (DESUC) of the Institute of Sociology of the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (PUC)