Department: Filosofía de los Valores y Antropología Social

Centre: Facultad de Educación, Filosofía y Antropología

Campus: Gipuzkoa

Field of knowledge: Artes y Humanidades

Area: Social Anthropology

Research group: Grupo de Investigación AFIT/Antropologia Feminista Ikerketa Taldea - GIC 21/194


Margaret Bullen (Nedging, Suffolk, U.K., 1964) is a feminist anthropologist living in the Basque Country since 1991 and lecturing in the Faculty of Education, Philosophy and Anthropology at the University of the Basque Country since 2005. She has a BA Honours in Modern Languages (French and Spanish) (Bristol, 1987) and a PhD from the Institute of Latin American Studies (Liverpool, 1991). Research interests focus on migration, identity, language and change on the one hand; gender, fiesta and ritual on the other. In latter years, her research has centred on conflicts relating to changes proposed in rituals in the festival context (the polemical participation of women in the parades or Alardes of Hondarribia and Irun, the Moor’s Parade in Antzuola or Drum Parade (Tamborrada) of Donostia-San Sebastián, among others. She is a member of AFIT (Feminist Anthropology Research Group).