by José Manuel De Jesús Hernández
. Academic Secretary and Mexican culture professor.
Professor Scorza Gaxciola got his MA in Social Anthropology at Escuela Nacional de Antropología e Historia (ENAH) during which he was a CONACYT intern. He is also economist by UNAM. His interdisciplinary vocation has driven him to continue his professional development in the ares of communication, sociology, history, culture and art. He is a natural born Ethnographer and a fan of literary creation and culinary art.
He has vast experience in cultural and artistic operation, diffusion and cultural promotion, as well as in areas of academic, educational, publishing and media diffusion. He collaborated for ten years at Fomento Cultural Banamex and previously at INAH. He has been an independent advisor and researcher and he has participated in different projects of cultural and artistic promotion of a national and international outreach.
He is currently the Academic Secretary of CEPE, UNAM, Taxco campus, where he also teaches cultural diversity, culture and language, culture and identity, Mexican art and gastronomic patrimony courses.