Delphine Prunier holds a PhD in Geography from Paris Diderot University. She is currently a full-time associate researcher “C” at the Institute of Social Research of the UNAM. She is a member of the LMI-MESO International Joint Laboratory “Mobility, governance and resources in the Mesoamerican Basin”, of the project “(In)mobilities in the Americas” and of the CLACSO Group “Borders: mobilities, identities and trades”. Her research interests are international migrations, dynamics of mobility, circulation and return, labor markets, agriculture and rurality in Central America and Mexico. She has recently published articles about borders, territorial asymmetries and agricultural extractivism in Central America and coordinated a book on food sovereignty and food justice in the Americas.