Ulises is one of the research assistants for LSE London. He is currently a PhD Candidate in Geography & Environment department at the London School of Economics and Political Science. His PhD research project examines the charity sector and the impact on the lives of migrants in London.
Ulises joined the Geography & Environment PhD program in 2012 having previously lived in Beijing, China working as a language training instructor and course developer. He finished an MA in performance studies and rhetoric from California State University, Los Angeles. His previous research focused on transborder popular culture and politics of representation in spaces of performance. His current work examines the production of the charitable subject and the migrant in London’s urban context.