José Miguel Garay Rivera is a psychologist and PhD. candidate in Critical Theory and Current Society at the Andrés Bello University, Chile. He is writing his dissertation about the irruption of new discourses on happiness in the Chilean educational paradigm, using ethnographic approaches that allow mapping subjectivities assuming their times and materialities. His fields of interest also include governmentality studies, critical social psychology and the intersection between neoliberalism, education and subjectivity.
most recent publications
Garay, J. (2020). Biopolitics and Soviet Propaganda: about the control of the body in five Soviet propaganda posters against alcoholism. Izquierdas Journal, 49, 932-951.
Bornhauser, N. & Garay, J. (in press). SEP Law, PIE Law and 'Emotional Education'. Practices of subjectivation and drifts of governmentality in the Chilean school system. Foro de Educación, xx(xx), xx-xx. [in press].