José Luis Sánchez Ramírez holds a degree in Sociology from the Metropolitan Autonomous University – Xochimilco. He completed a Master in Communication and Politics from the same institution. He has taught courses in various educational institutions: in the public sector, on Market, regulation, institutions and the allocation of scarce resources, within the Undergraduate of Economics at UAM-X. At present, he teaches in the study plan of the Undergraduate in Communication and Digital Media at the Universidad del Valle de México. Between 2014 and 2016, he collaborated in the Industrial Economy and Innovation Area of the of Economic Production Department in the DCSH, UAM-X; where he had the opportunity to contribute research on innovation presented to the Latin American Network for Economics of Learning, Innovation and Competence Building System (LALICS). He is currently a researcher within the PAPIIT IN309120 Program: The elementary forms of political communication in current Mexico: ritual, dialogue and discursive controversies, in the Research Projects modality of the Social Sciences Area, in the Communication discipline with a specialty in Political Anthropology of Communication, in the FCPyS of the National Autonomous University of Mexico. In addition to presenting himself as a musician in different forums in the country, he has participated as an organizer and speaker at academic events in Mexico and abroad. He has publications in national and international indexed journals on silence in social movements, cultural studies, communication, natural disasters, among other topics. Since 2013, he has specialized in the study of silence as a cultural field in tension with art and social practices, related to two main factors, the political and the aesthetic. Selected to participate in Socrates Summer Seminars: The She-Cession-Unpacking the Factors that Shape Women in the U.S. Economy.